The official “membership count” for AAUW branches occurs on February 1. Here is the history of NC branches since 2015.
2018 NC Annual Conference
Summary of giving to AAUW Funds for 2017 — how much each branch contributed to each of the AAUW priority areas plus an honor roll of contributions by individuals.
Angela Gist-Mackey, Assistant Professor of Organizational Communication at the University of Kansas, received support in 2017-2018 from an American Fellowship funded in part by the Ann Chipley Endowment. She is the first to be awarded support from this fund which reached stipend-producing level in 2016.
Online registration is open now.
Get your hotel reservations for the 2018 AAUW NC Conference by February 21.
Key mailing to NC branch and national-only members with details of the upcoming conference.
Learn more about our March 23-24 conference — Strong Women Fine Tuning our Message! Members from allied organizations are encouraged to join us on Saturday, March 24.
Initial list of documents that will affect the 2018 annual meeting of AAUW NC.
Ali Standish’s book, The Ethan I Was Before has been chosen as the winner of the 2017 AAUW NC Young People’s Literature Award.