Posted by: boulderaauw | March 26, 2015

State Convention approaches

Our annual State Convention is quickly approaching. Hosted by wonderful Fort Collins Branch this year, on April 24 – 25th.

“AAUW Today and Tomorrow”

  • Fort Collins Museum of Discovery – Tour and Reception
  • Stephanie A. Foote – President and CEO, Girl Scouts of Colorado
  • John Howe – Asst. Principal, Preston Middle School, STEM Summer Institutes
  • Diana Prieto – Exec. Dir./HR & Equal Opportunity/CSU Pay Equity Study
  • Kate C. Farrar – V.P., AAUW Campus Leadership Programs, AAUW Updates
  • Elsa Wolff – Amelia Earhart “Queen of the Air”

You know you want to go. Find all your handy paperwork at the AAUW-Colorado site:

Bulletin and Registration PDF

Deadlines In Chronological Order

Lodgings Registration Deadline: March 25th - see page 6 of the linked PDF
… yes, we realize that this date has already passed. However, do still call and inquire, as we may get lucky and not be the only tardy communicators, and the hotel will surely appreciate knowing the real interest in this convention and its affect on their occupancy.

Conference Registration Deadline: April 10th - see page 3 of the linked PDF

Travel Safely Deadline: April 24th – get to the event safely and ready to have your brains fed. See the awesome speakers’ biographies on pages 4 & 5 of the linked PDF

Posted by: boulderaauw | November 29, 2014

Annual Brunch and Auction

‘Tis almost upon us, that most engaging event of our program year. Join us for a morning of good company, good food, and a shot at some unique gift items, all for a good cause.


Every year we get together to feast, celebrate the work of AAUW’s programs, research, and outreach, and raise funds for those programs. Catered by the Spice of Life, here in Boulder, and hosted at the Natural History Museum at the University of Colorado, this promises to be quite the merry occasion.

AAUW runs a number of  programs aimed at different aspects of the fight for equality and opportunity, influencing lives across the country. Through the local branches, such as us, and at-large members, we help both fund and execute those programs through our fundraising, our topical programs, and our volunteer efforts at major events.

Tickets are $35, and you can buy them using PayPal from right here on the site. If you’d rather send a check, see the Winter newsletter for details.


December 7, 2014

Paleo Hall – Natural History Museum at CU-Boulder

11am – 2pm

Tickets: $35 (PayPal or Check)

RSVP: Dec 1, 2014


Posted by: boulderaauw | October 16, 2014

Be an Informed Voter

This election season is filled with many ballot items important to our community. Please join us as Steve Colby walks through our ballots (items, not candidates) and translating how those items are written versus how they’ll effect our lives. Steve in now retired, but spent decades as an economist with the State of Colorado, and has always been an avid observer of the political system from proposal to program execution, and has become very cognizant of the tips and tricks to getting your ballot measure passed, and what effect those measures will have on the other parts of the system.

Join us at the Common Room in Alfalfa’s (Arapahoe and Broadway, in Boulder). Please park at the Library (across Arapahoe) and come on over. We’ll be discussing the ballot items (see your Blue Book, which should have arrived in the mail by now – PDF available here), and specifically Boulder County ballot items (see a sample ballot, PDF here).

October 18th, 10:30am to 12noon

Posted by: boulderaauw | September 7, 2014

Welcome to the new Program Year

With the arrival of Autumn comes the beginning of the Program Year. To kick-off this year, we are delighted to host New York Times best-selling author Margaret Coel at our first program of the year. Join us for the Annual Membership Tea, and hear this amazing author.

Margaret Coel

Colorado native and Boulder’s own Margaret Coel is the New York Times best-selling author of the acclaimed Wind River mystery series set among the Arapahos on Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation. Margaret’s new book, Night of the White Buffalo, will be available for sale as will her other books and Margaret will sign your purchase.

Margaret’s novels have received wide recognition. They have been on the bestseller lists of numerous newspapers, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Denver Post. The Spirit Woman won both the Colorado Book Award and the Willa Cather Award for Best Novel of the West. It was also a finalist for the Western Writers of America prestigious Spur Award for Best Novel. The Shadow Dancer was also a winner of the Colorado Book Award.

September 14, 2014 1:30 – 3:30pm

Koenig Alumni Center

1202 University Avenue, Boulder


Posted by: boulderaauw | June 12, 2014

Grant Application results

Square logo - colorThank you everyone who applied for one of our Brown/Ricketts/Udick grants, we had many impressive applicants. Interviews are finished, and the hard decision made as to who the three grants will go to for this Academic year.

Congratulations to:

Christina Metcalf, for studies in Clinical Pyschology

Akasha Feist, for studies in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Adrianne Kroepsch, for studies in Environmental Studies

Posted by: boulderaauw | May 13, 2014

New Branch Bylaws


Hot off the presses, approved by the State organization, here are Boulder Branch’s new Bylaws.

You’ll need these for the annual meeting this Saturday.

AAUW-Boulder Mandatory Membership and Dues Bylaws Changes 5-11-2014

This event has been Cancelled. For those of you who registered, you’ll be contacted with refund information.

ceal barryWe’re honored to have Ceal Barry, Senior Associate Athletic Director, Internal Operations at CU, speak at our annual fundraiser for our Brown/Ricketts/Udick grant. She will be speaking on “Women at Work”

The event is 9am April 19th, and the Boulder Country Club. Reservations are $35/seat, and due by April 12th.



Posted by: boulderaauw | February 11, 2014

Full House for EYH

We are no longer taking registrations for this year’s Expanding Your Horizons conference, as all spaces have been spoken for. We are taking a waiting list, in case of cancellations. For instructions on that, please visit the EYH page or the Conference Site FAQs.


Registration for the February 22, 2014 Conference is CLOSED.

Posted by: boulderaauw | January 8, 2014

Awesome ensues

The annual Expanding Your Horizons STEM conference for middle-school girls is upon us. On Feb 22, 2014, with your help, a few hundred girls will come to the Engineering Center at CU Boulder to attend workshops on topics ranging from veterinary medicine to electricity, computer programming, circuits, aerospace engineering, space exploration, weather, and so much more.

Registration for the February 22, 2014 Conference is OPEN.


Posted by: jhanie | November 26, 2013

Brunch and Fundraiser

It’s time for our annual good food and fundraiser for AAUW Funds. Brunch, auctions, and entertainment make it a wonderful social, community, and gift-shopping event, benefiting the mission of AAUW: it’s research, fellowships and grants.


Sunday, Dec. 8, 11am-2 pm,
Paleontology Hall
CU Museum of Natural History

(Note change of location and date because of flood damage at Spice of Life.)

Brunch catered by Spice of Life.

Requested Silent Auction Items
Homemade jelly, cookies, candy, pies, white elephant items, knick-knacks, jewelry, vases, books,
and other items.

Live Auction
All members are asked to solicit items for live auction. Please notify Mary Hassler,, about live auction items.

Cost: $35
Make out checks to AAUW Boulder, Holiday Brunch in memo line, and mail to Mary Hassler.
Deadline for reservations: Monday, December 2.

Directions to CU Museum
CU Museum in the Henderson Building on the CU campus between 15th and 16th Streets, just east of Broadway and directly west of the University Memorial Center (UMC).

Parking Options
Visitor parking is conveniently located in the Euclid AutoPark, just east of the University Memorial Center (UMC). On weekends, there is a flat fee of $4.00 for parking.

The parking lot in front of the Museum (Lot 208) is available on weekends for $4.00 (exact change required). It is possible to park in the residential area west of Broadway. There is no time limit during the weekend. There are also 2- and 4-hour metered spaces on University Hill, west of Broadway and north of the Museum.

Bus Access
The Skip bus stops on Broadway directly in front of the museum.

Join us and bring your friends!

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