AAUW has a long and distinguished history in global affairs that includes awarding more than 3,300 International Fellowships to women from more than 132 countries, as well as collaborating with Read More
AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881 through education, advocacy, and research. The trend toward globalization and the dominant role of the United States in world affairs inspire AAUW to seek strategic opportunities to increase awareness of issues affecting women and girls worldwide. That’s why AAUW has given fellowships to more than 3,000 women in 134 countries and why we regularly speak out on behalf of women and girls at the United Nations and in critical global coalitions.
The UNA-USA, Southern California Division, presented the 2018 Global Citizen Award to American Association of University Women. AAUW President Kim Churches joined the forum to Read More
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AAUW is a member of many coalitions that support human rights and equality for women and girls. Collaborations include a strategic partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative and special Read More
The Women in STEM, Globally presentation was delivered at the 2018 convention. Download it HERE. Speakers Anasua Kusari, Chelsey Jurado, Ingrid Oakley-Girvan, Melody Man Hing Li held a Read More
A panel discussion focusing on gender equality, empowerment and challenges to achieve them was hosted at the 2016 California Convention by Indrani Chatterjee. Click on any picture for a slide show. Read More
Laguna Hills Branch sponsored a Coffee that featured Miriam Matthews, a doctoral candidate in the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University. She spoke Read More