March 4, 2024
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Florham Park Library
107 Ridgedale Ave. Florham Park, NJ
A view at the environment of STEM careers with respect to women and minorities. Discuss some programs that are available to encourage interest and some role models in STEM.
Cyndi's interest in science and technology started when she was in elementary school when women and minorities were actively discouraged from following technical careers. However, that did not stop her from moving forward and making strides in her pursuit of a different path for her life. Read more ...
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Thursday March 14, 2024
7:00 – 8:00 PM (via Zoom)
For Women’s History Month
Summit College Club’s program is a discussion featuring Patsy Mink, former representative from the state of Hawaii.
PATSY MINK (1927-2002): CONGRESSIONAL LEADER FOR BOTH WOMEN’S AND HUMAN RIGHTS PRESENTED BY MARY SEGERS, Ph.D
Zoom link to register: https://redoak.org/patsy-mink
Each year our Madison Area AAUW branch awards several scholarships to local women who are enrolled in an educational program pursuing certificate, undergraduate or graduate degrees.
Applications for the 2024 Grant must be received by Monday, April 1, 2024
Our biannual book sale approaching fast and we’re making preparations!
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