Welcome to the Austin Branch of AAUW

The Austin Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) was organized by 15 women in 1923, at the Driskill Hotel, with many contributions and accomplishments made by branch members and continuing since, as recorded in our HERstory under ABOUT US.


Coming up next:

Winter Social:  Women Who Dare – Past Presidents

            Lamar Senior Activity Center: 2874 Shoal Crest Ave., Austin

2:00 – 4:00 p. m.      December 8, 2019  


The next branch program is:

Jan 8:  Bad Girls by Martha Wofford

            Chateau Bellevue/AWC


AAUW Austin Branch Program Schedule 2019-2020

Branch Meetings Begin at 10:00 a.m.

Sept 7:  Gearing Up for the Census and 2021 Redistricting

                by Stephanie Swanson  –  Norris Conference Center

Oct 9:   The Mission and Work of the Women’s Storybook Project

              of Texas by Jill Gonzalez

               2 Presentations by the recipients of the University of Texas

                AAUW Austin Fellowship  –  Chateau Bellevue/AWC

Nov 9:  The Politics of Climate Change by Dr. Anna Graybeal, PhD.

               Norris Conference Center

Winter Social:  Women Who Dare – Past Presidents

            Lamar Senior Activity Center: 2874 Shoal Crest Ave., Austin

Jan 8:  Bad Girls by Martha Wofford

            Chateau Bellevue/AWC

Feb 8:   Alternative Health Practitioners Panel

              Fai Chan, Clinical Aromatherapist;

              Taryn Altendofer, Acupuncturist;

              Mary Schneider, Holographic Repatterning

               Norris Conference Center

Mar 11:  Local Food Critic  –  Chateau Bellevue/AWC

Apr 11:  Film Director Elizabeth Avellan

                Branch Business Meeting

                Norris Conference Center

May 9:   Presentation of the University of Texas Fellowships Recipients

                Norris Conference Center

       

 


EQUAL PAY DAY APRIL 2019, Texas Capitol

The American Association of University Women has been empowering women since 1881.

AAUW-Texas includes the state organization and local branches in four districts, working for equity for women and girls in schools, on campuses, and in our communities.