“As a former CEO, I want to show women that there are no limits to what they can achieve, whether through entrepreneurship, government, science or any path they choose. And there is plenty of room for women at the top.”
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Contains info about AAUW publications, US congressional voting record on key issues, and much more.
A site jointly sponsored by Arizona State University and the National Science Foundation to give women in STEM careers [science, technology, engineering, mathematics] resources and advice for dealing with issues such as facing a cold or isolating departmental climate, balancing career and personal demands, handling advisor issues, and/or staying motivated and productive despite delays and setbacks to research progress. One noteworthy resource: more than 180 video interviews with successful women in STEM who have completed their doctoral degrees and progressed into STEM careers. Each woman discusses and reflects upon her experiences during graduate school.
This section of the Feminist Majority website is devoted to information about Title IX, of the 1972 Education Amendments to the Higher Education Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any United States education program. The site explains what is covered by Title IX, what some of the threats to Title IX are, how people can work to protect Title IX and the principles it stands for, and more.
The Feminist Press
For more than 25 years, the Feminist Press has been a pioneer in restoring the lost multicultural history and literature of women throughout the world through the publication of important books by women and the development of educational resources. The web site provides a good guide to the Press's offerings and activities.
National Women's Studies Association (NWSA)
NWSA is the professional organization for Women's Studies in the United States.