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SAVE THE DATE: Spring 2022

AAUW Ohio Spring 2022 Conference

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Fall 2021

AAUW Ohio Fall 2021 Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Theme: Empowerment through an Inclusive Membership

The program includes keynotes speakers and panel discussions.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Laura Myers, Ohio University’s Deputy Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer
  • Sarah Wyatt, Ohio University’s Professor & Director of Molecular & Cellular Biology

Panel Discussion:

  • Naykishia Darby Head (Moderator, President of AAUW/Bowling Green)
  • Ramonda Kindle
  • Shervonne ND
  • John Zibbel

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Spring 2021

AAUW Ohio Spring 2021 District Conferences

 

District Conferences: All conferences will be held virtually.  We hope to have our first in-person meeting in the Fall of 2021.

 

 

April 17 – Central District

April 24 – NorthEast and NorthWest Districts combined Conference.

More info to come soon!

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Fall 2020

AAUW Ohio’s Fall Summit & Convention: Fall Kickoff            Part 1 & 2 – October 2020

Part 1: Women’s Rights and Advocacy 100 years after Selective Suffrage with Lisa Maatz.

Lisa Maatz, AAUW’s former top Policy Advisor inspired attendees to make plans for after the November election. 49 attendees at the September Zoom event heard Lisa’s advice on Women’s Rights and Advocacy 100 Years after Selective Suffrage.

 

Part 2: Gendered Impacts of Covid-19 with Dr. Cynthia Anderson, Chair and Professor of Sociology and Director of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Ohio University.

Dr. Cindy Anderson’s research revolves around women, work, and rural labor markets. Her current project focuses on distressed Appalachian counties. She teaches classes in sociological theory, feminist theory and introduction to sociology. In addition to AAUW, Dr. Anderson is active in the National Association for Women’s Studies, Sociologists for Women in Society, and Rural Sociological Society. She has participated in various leadership courses, including HERS Higher Education Research Services (HERS), American Council on Education (ACE), and American Sociological Association (ASA).