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Fall Issue
Aug 15, 2016

Winter Issue
Dec 1, 2016

Spring Issue
Feb 15, 2017

Summer Issue
May 15, 2017

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Welcome to the American Association of University Women of New York State.

IMPORTANT - nominations are still being accepted for the position of Membership VP. The deadline has been extended to Dec 5. If interested, please click the green "Nominate" button on the left to apply.

 

Mark your calendars for the

American Association of University Women
New York State 2017 Convention

April 21 to 23, 2017
   
at

DoubleTree by Hilton Syracuse

6301 State Route 298
 East Syracuse, New York 13057
 Phone: 315 432 - 0200

Registration will open on January 12, 2017

Plan to come early Friday for a tour and High Tea at the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation
and a tour of the J.G. Stickley Museumin Fayettevillle.

More detailed information coming soon.

The line-up of 2016 District Fall Conferences was diverse and engaging as we focus our programming across the state on these three key pillars: recruiting new members, retaining and engaging current members, and creating social impact. We encourage the conferences to be open to the community while collaborating with organizations that support our AAUW mission.

District I
Saturday, October 8, 2016 10:30 am - 3 pm

Jamestown Community College
"Building a Pipeline to Leadership"
6:00 pm. SUNY Fredonia - Free performance of SEVEN The Play
Contact: Janet Forbes, Jamestown Branch Program VP

District II
Saturday, October 29, 2016 9 am - 3 pm

Rochester Institute of Technology
"Preparing Women to be Leaders in STEM Career Fields"
Contact: Sheila Abeling, Fairport Branch Co-President

District III
Saturday, October 15, 2016 9:30 am - 3 pm

Steamers Restaurant, Oswego
"Women's Rights Under Attack"
Contact: Juanita Tschudy, Oswego Branch Co-President

District IV
Saturday, October 15, 2016 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Zion Lutheran Church, Schenectady
"Beyond Barriers & Bias: Fulfilling the Potential of Women"
Contact: Robin Eddy, Schenectady Branch Conference Chair

District V
Saturday, October 15, 2016 10 am - 2 pm

Mount Sinai, New York City
"Diversity & Inclusion in Today's Workplace”
Contact: Suzanne Young Mercer, District V Coordinator

District VI
Saturday, October 22, 2016 10 am - 2 pm

New York Institute of Technology
"Our World - Our Neighborhood"
Contact: Geraldine Ossana, District VI Coordinator

District VII
Plans TBD


Most recently - our summer conference -
July 22-24 at Cazenovia.

Click HERE for information. Presentations and backup materials now available HERE!

The conference was fabulous (as always), but it's over!
Click here for details.

Pictures now available here, thanks to Margaret Nijhuis!

 


The 2016 AAUW-NYS Convention was a great success - much business, learning about issues, learning from each other, and FUN.

Here are some pictures from the weekend, courtesy of our convention photographer JoAnn Harig. And thanks to Jen Garren and Liz Russo, who sent additional pictures!


On March 16th, following a successful AAUW Delegation to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Parallel Event, AAUW leaders from NYS and the national office gathered with Fellows, Commission delegates, and AAUW staff for an evening of sisterhood and learning - sharing our passion for the mission of AAUW, and learning about the extraordinary work of AAUW Fellows in New York.

Many thanks to AAUW-NYS Development VP Janice Brown, NYS C/U Director Maria Ellis, and AAUW staff member Laura Byler for their organization of this first-time collaborative national/NYS event, including take-away AAUW goodie bags for all attendees!

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Here are photos from the event:


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