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Read the mid-February EdEqChange Briefing (Feb. 13, 2008)
Issue #11 of the EdEqChange memo to member leaders invites support for attendees at the 2008 Student Leaders Conference, announces the new AAUW Dialog blog, invites members to take a look at the new Mission and Action e-newsletter, and much more.
Support Women College Student Leaders
Because of the generosity of our members and friends, AAUW was able to provide full scholarships for 30 of the 350 women who attended last year’s National Conference for College Women Student Leaders. To ensure that limited financial means are not a barrier to young women who want to develop their leadership potential, we need your support even more this year. Find out great ways you can help.
AAUW Releases Congressional Voting Record
AAUW has released its Congressional Voting Record for the 110th Congress, First Session, which provides AAUW members and the public with critical information about how their members of Congress voted on equity issues affecting women and girls in 2007.
January/February Mission and Action e-bulletin now available online
Topics in this issue: AAUW Welcomes New Executive Director Linda Hallman; AAUW Joins the Blogosphere; AAUW Featured on NBC Nightly News; Get Ready for Equal Pay Day 2008; 2007-08 Campus Action Project Teams Selected; and much more.
AAUW Celebrates House Passage of Higher Education Act Reauthorization
AAUW applauds the House of Representatives for passing (354-58) the College Opportunity and Affordability Act (H.R. 4137) last night. This bill supports important programs and provides new opportunities that help all students, but especially women, pursue higher education. H.R. 4137 also includes important provisions to increase women’s representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Welcome to AAUW’s blog
Through our new blog AAUW Dialog, explore how AAUW — at all levels — is working to improve and increase the educational, economic, and life opportunities and choices available to women and girls.
Read the latest issue of EdEqChange (January 30, 2008)
The late-January briefing to member leaders includes a reminder to complete the Every Member Survey by February 1, discusses the Title IX congressional briefing led by AAUW, and announces the 2007-2008 Campus Action Project teams.

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