Since 1881, AAUW has been breaking through educational and economic barriers for women and girls. Today, AAUW has nearly 100,000 members and a nationwide community that includes 1,000 branches and 600 college and university partners. Together, we provide networking, advocacy, and action that contribute to a more promising future for women and girls.

Support the National Women’s History Museum

Along the National Mall in Washington, you’ll find many different museums. What you won’t find is a museum about women’s history.

The House of Representatives has passed legislation that would begin the process to change that. This bill would establish a commission to follow the recognized process for instituting a national museum.

Tell your senators to support and pass this legislation. This bipartisan bill begins the process of determining how best to honor the generations of women who played a role in shaping our communities and nation.

Tell your senators that women’s contributions deserve to be recognized.  

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Upcoming Programs:

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Boone County Family Resource Building
1209 East Walnut Street

7:00 p.m.

Program:  Sexual Assault and Harassment on College Campuses


Salama Gallimore, Title IX Investigator, University of Missouri

Dave Roberts, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Columbia College

Moderator:  Carolyn Mulford

Student News

MU student Emily Waggoner attended the National Convention for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) and will give a brief account of her experiences.  Naomi Daugherty, invited to attend the Clinton Global Institute University, will describe her project.


Bring books to sell for AAUW Funds

Buy fair trade jewelry

The Family Resource Building on Walnut Street is just west of College Avenue and the apartment block.  There is some parking adjacent to the building.