Welcome to the Greensboro, NC Branch of AAUW!

American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a nationwide network of more than 170,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 800 college/university institution partners. For 130 years, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.

AAUW Greensboro is one of approximately twenty local branches in North Carolina. With over 75 members and several college/university partner affiliates, the organization meets monthly from September to April. In addition, we hold special events of interest to members and of service to women and girls in Greensboro such as $tart$mart and TriadTechSavvy. 

Current AAUW Greensboro Branch Activities

July 26 attended NC Women Matter at Bennet College

The program emphasized making the connection between the economy and critical women’s issues. We participated in sessions to learn to work together to build collaborative efforts in our communities to educate women and get out the female vote in November.

Mary Peterson, AAUW state President and Laura Tew

Mary Peterson, AAUW state President and Laura Tew

Sue Mengert, Cherrie Wheaton, and Mary Fran Schickedantz at NC Women Matter

Sue Mengert, Cherrie Wheaton, and Mary Fran Schickedantz at NC Women Matter

Book Browserslist of 2014-2015 selections and schedule

IT is for Girls - July 14-18, 2014; a day camp on the UNCG campus for girls to learn web design, mobile APP development, film making, game programming, robotics and more!

Dr. Margaret Arbuckle delivers the key note address to begin IT is for Girls

Dr. Margaret Arbuckle delivers the key note address to begin IT is for Girls

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Highlights from 2014:

AAUW-Greensboro-Jan2014 Newsletter

AAUW-Greensboro-Feb2014 Newsletter

$tart$mart: UNCG, Saturday March 1, 2014 – or college juniors and seniors Salary Negotiation Workshop

Downton Abbey Tea, Saturday March 15, 2014 – a celebration of women leaders in high style, AAUW Downton Abbey Invitation

Triad Tech Savvy, UNCG Sullivan Science, Saturday March 26, 2014 – a STEM workshop for sixth through ninth grade girls and their parents

Spring Luncheon, Saturday April 26, 2014 – Starmount Country Club, “Making Connections Across Generations,” Speaker Dr. Linda Brady, UNCG Chancellor