The quarterly issue of the AAUW NC newsletter has been gone to the printer, and members should see it in their USMail soon. Here is the online edition:

See, in particular,

  • information on the 2010 AAUW NC convention (page 1)
  • federal public policy updates on the Healthy Families Act and the High School Athletics Accountability Act (page 4)
  • a special thank you from Democracy NC on our support of the pre-registration for 16 and 17 year olds (page 3)
  • President’s letter and pictures from the Fall meeting (page 2)
  • Information on 2009-2010 AAUW Fellows in North Carolina (page 3; follow the link for more pictures and details)
  • Information on Wilmington project to screen students for vision problems. (More on the Wilmington branch.)
  • Ad highlighting membership in the Tar Heel Branch which serves the entire state


  • On page 2 there’s a discussion of the WAGE project’s $tart $mart workshops giving the names of a few members in NC who are trained facilitators. There are nearly 20 people in NC who have been through the facilitator training, including additional AAUW NC members Ada Gregory, Jean D’Addario, and Kathy Pearre. Two workshops have been held this fall at UNC Charlotte and at Duke. More info.