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American Association of University Women

AAUW is a historic organization, founded in 1881, with over 1000 localized branches, student organizations on over 70 campuses and 170,000+ members nationwide. The national organization operates on the mission statement: “Advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.” Through advocacy, leadership development, volunteerism and peer support, we hope to provide U-M students with a space to encourage women’s education and make further advances towards equality and equity. Members also have the unique opportunity to continue involvement with AAUW past college through branch membership.

Any undergraduate or degree-seeking graduate student can join the AAUW for free since U-M is an affiliated school. For more information, please email jenkusch@umich.edu

OFFICERS

  • Jennifer Kusch, Primary Contact
  • Tiffany Marra, Advisor
  • Lauren Weisfeld, Treasurer

STORIES

Anastasia’s professors and colleagues described her as “articulate, thoughtful, and involved,” and she is recognized for her “deep listening on social justice and environmental racism.”

Morgan’s guiding vision is to shape new practices and alternative economic development frameworks that prioritize the holistic well-being of residents.

“There is no reason whatsoever that would justify a mother dying from anything associated with a pregnancy.” 

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