February 16, 2016
American Association of University Women at K-State's first official meeting
K-State women students:
Are you a college student passionate about women's issues such as gender fairness, pay equity, individual rights, social justice for a diverse society and educational and career advancement? Want to make change on K-State's campus and network with leaders, mentors and friends? Do you want to meet like-minded women students who are ready to take a stand for women's equality, gain leadership skills and connect with a national community of 80 American Association of University student organizations and 170,000 members? Look no further than student membership in American Association of University at K-State.
American Association of University Women will host its first all-member and new member meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, in 114 Town Hall at the Leadership Studies Building. Come meet the officers and learn about our upcoming events including a luncheon with Noorjahan Akbar, co-founder of Free Women Writers in Afghanistan. Membership is free for all undergraduate students.
If you have any questions contact Tara Terwilliger, the association's president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.