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We’re at AAUW Ohio Equity Day & Convention 2017, May 5-6

2017 March 29

The AAUW Ohio Equity Day and Convention 2017 schedule and full program is available — and you can still register today and download the full program now.

Once the event is over, please complete our 2017 AAUW Ohio Convention Evaluation form.

Dates: May 5-6
Theme: “Women: Be the Change”
Location: Doubletree by Hilton in Columbus.

Cost

Registration for members:

Friday-only rate: $84
Saturday-only rate: $74
Two-day rate: $154
Student rate: $45

Registration for non-members (until May 6):

Friday-only rate: $89
Saturday-only rate: $79
Two-day rate: $168

*Fees include: speakers, use of facility, Friday evening dinner, Saturday lunch, hotel wi-fi, parking, and tech support.

Accommodations: Click here to book your hotel room. The special Convention rate of $129 is good through April 15.

Program

Scroll down for screenshots of the program preview or download the full version.
  • Registration Instructions
  • Schedule
  • Speaker Biographies
  • Session Topics
  • Silent Auction and ‘Book Study’ Information
  • Convention Menu
  • Details of our Friday, May 5, discussion of the White Paper: Women and Economic Empowerment from 3:30 – 5:15 p.m. Download the white paper by clicking on the link above.
We have tons of exciting presentations including:
  • College Women’s Issues: Exploring the Roles of Race, Gender and Class
  • The STEM Education Ladder: Participation and Progress
  • An Inside View of the State School Board
  • People for Safe Water – Springfield Branch Spotlight
  • National Conference for College Women and Student Leaders (NCCWSL)
  • Concert Conversations on Autism and Inclusion
  • Implications of Menstruation on economics, education, the gender pay gap, and human rights
  • Global Reality on Economic Social, and Cultural struggles of women
  • Delores Pressley – The Power of an UP Woman: Undeniably Powerful!

Scroll down for screenshots of the program.

Participate in our Friday, May 5, discussion of the White Paper: Women and Economic Empowerment from 3:30 – 5:15 p.m.

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