The American Association of University Women, the oldest women’s organization in the United States, was founded in 1881, and promotes equity for all women and girls, life-long education, and positive societal change.
AAUW has over 100,000 members in 1,000 branches throughout the United States.
To obtain a “big picture” of AAUW, please visit:
- AAUW at the National Level
- AAUW at the Colorado State Level
At the May 9 annual meeting, we honored the
2015-16 Scholarship Winners: Kimberly Copley, Nassia Duncan, Ivonne Montano, Nicole Renfrow, and Joanne Yeshulas
50 year members: Darlene Aspedon, Ilene Steinkruger
The third 50 year member, Shirley Swinney, was unable to attend but we send our thanks for her 50 years of service to women and girls.
Kudos to branch member Betty Edwards who was honored with the Jane Addams Outstanding Service Award by the Midwest Sociological Society for her role in founding the Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado. Betty received the award March 27, 2015 at the Society’s annual meeting in Kansas City.
Did you know that the Colorado Springs Branch has a large number of interest groups where members can share hobbies, activities, and just have fun?
What’s New on This Site:
- See the Newsletter Archive on the Newsletter page. The archive is still growing…
- Minutes of board meetings are available on the Members page
We welcome new members. Give Membership VP Lois Boschee a call at 719-388-8557.
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