Meet the New Class of AAUW Fellows and Grantees
We’d like to introduce 241 AAUW awardees who are breaking through glass ceilings and paying it forward to other women and girls through scholarship and community projects.

Here’s Our Suggestion for #TheNew10
The U.S. Treasury announced that it will put a woman on the $10 bill. We think that’s a great opportunity to show just how real the gender pay gap is.

2015–17 AAUW Public Policy Program Is Here
The backbone of AAUW’s public policy work, which members approved earlier this summer, is now available online.

2015 State Equal Pay Legislation by the Numbers
Four states passed much-needed reforms to their equal pay laws.Illinois and New York legislatures had passed equal pay bills that are still awaiting signatures from the states’ governors. Twenty-one other states proposed equal pay bills that were ultimately defeated. Learn what’s happening with equal pay across the country.

Get Your AAUW Leader Essentials
Stay on top of best practices and hone your own personal leadership skills. Use this tool kit to access a multitude of resources to help.

Gender Equity Quiz: Would Your College Pass AAUW’s 1914 Accreditation Test?
Just because U.S. colleges finally started opening their doors to women in the 19th century doesn’t mean they offered women the same experience as men. After struggling to be admitted, many women had to put up with inferior resources, biased leadership, and fewer programs.That’s why, from the early 20th century through the 1960s, AAUW individually accredited colleges and universities before their graduates could become members. Would your college or university pass AAUW’s 1914 accreditation test? Find out!

Help Chart the Course for Women’s Empowerment
There’s a better world for women and girls on the horizon. Your contribution to the Charting the Course campaign will guide us toward that brighter day. Each unrestricted gift helps to prepare for the future of AAUW.