January Humphrey Fellows lunch attendees
January Women's March participants
March Women in Business program welcome
May-Award & Scholarhsip Banquet - Awards Chair and Branch Recipient
May Award & Scholarship Banquet Scholarship Recipients
May Book Sale Move in Night
May Book Sale Shoppers
November 2017 Science Pub attendees
October Deeper in Debt moderator and panelists
October Education Forum
October Wine Social
September Follow the Money panelists
HUMPHREY FELLOWS LUNCH January 25, 2016
Speaker Angela Niazmand from Afghanistan with program moderator Charlene Harrison.
AAUW STATE COLLEGE CENTENNIAL ARCHIVES ROADSHOW February 14, 2016
Branch Historian, Louise Tukey, blows out the candles on the cake celebrating our 100th year as a branch.
HERSTORY: AN INTER-GENERATIONAL PANEL March 29, 2016
Panelists Anya Wallace, Nawal Qureshi, Linda Higginson, Gabeba Baderoon with moderator Alicia Decker.
NEGOTIATING YOUR WORTH April 21, 2016
Presenter Dr. Billie Willits with Pat Kephart and another role player who's negotiating her worth.
LUNCH WITH THE PENN STATE COMMISSION FOR WOMEN April 8
Branch member Jennifer Karch promoting the branch centennial with Commission Co-Chair Elect Tatiana Zwerling.
55th ANNUAL AAUW STATE COLLEGE USED BOOK SALE May 14-17, 2016
Member Kate Walker sorts books at the Ag Arena on Move-in Night.
Members Talat Azhar and Sue Werner exchange notes at the book sale.
AAUW STATE COLLEGE BRANCH AWARD & SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET May 23, 2016
Congratulations to the three local women receiving AAUW State College Branch scholarships for returning adult women students: Courtney McChesney, Hyejin Sung, Audrey Tallon.
176 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE
The address of the AAUW State College Used Donation Center is 176 Technology Drive, located in the Boalsburg Technology Park.
CORNER OF DISCOVERY DRIVE AND TECHNOLOGY DRIVE
Coming from State College on Atherton Street, turn right on Discovery Drive, then left on Technology Drive. The Donation Center is housed in the brown brick building on your immediate right.
RING THE DOORBELL
If possible, please bring book donations right to the door during workshop hours, and ring the doorbell. The workshop is staffed on Monday nights 6:00-8:00 p.m., and Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
BOOK DONATION BINS
The bins at the driveway entrance are available for donations during times the workshop is not open. Be sure to read the signage, which explains what kind of books can and cannot be accepted.
FOUR DAYS OF DONATIONS
These 50 boxes represent a typical number of donations for a four-day period.
--Every week, 12 large recycling barrels are filled with unsaleable books.
BOOK DROP-OFF DAY - July 30, 2016
--Nancy Eberly and Connie Wheeler load book donations from cars onto the loading dock.
250 boxes of donations in hall after 2 weeks
history pricing area
Ladies Home Journal - 1938
unsorted donations area
Book Sale Overview
4400 BOXES of books were brought to this year’s sale. The sight of the Ag Arena on the eve of the book sale was spectacular, and represented thousands of hours of volunteer labor over the past year.
Book Sale in Full Swing
8,000 shoppers attended this year’s sale.
Volunteering at the Used Book Sale
Branch members Stacie Chandler (left) and Connie Wheeler know that part of working at the book sale is having fun.
Children’s Section at the Book Sale
Shopper Emerson Rand, age 4, relishes the moment of discovery.
Post-Sale Wrap-up Luncheon
Members Suzanne Kerlin (left), Nancy Weinreb and Sue Werner, take a well-deserved rest at the post-book sale luncheon, enjoying the memories of a wonderful sale.
2012 Book Sale Co-chairs
Suzanne Kerlin (left) and Sherry Crassweller retired from their positions as book sale co-chairs, after many years at the helm. They will be missed!
Book Box Balancing
Member Nancy DeWalle strikes a balance make “box Towers” that will hold books for the 2013 sale.
Signing the Community Covenant
Branch Co-president Candace Davison joined with other community groups in April to sign the “Community Covenant,” committing publicly to the ideals of a just and responsible community.
2012 Branch Award Recipients
Left to right, Joanne Bennett (Teal Award), Candace Davison (Outstanding Woman) and Pet Kephart (CCCHS Volunteer of the Year) enjoy their moment in the limelight, recognition for their commitment and dedication to the State College AAUW Branch.
Penn State Engineering Ambassadors
The Penn State Engineering Ambassadors, along with their advisor Melissa Marshall (in white) received the 2012 Gateway to Equity for their efforts in fostering an interest in the STEM fields among middle school girls.
2012 Scholarship Recipients
Forty branch members and guests attended our May 24th branch scholarship banquet, held at Toftrees. Pictured left to right: Charlene Harrison, branch co-president; recipients Annalisa Barron, Amie Lyons and Tina Barronio; branch co-president Candace Davison. Our fourth scholarship recipient, Jessica Pavliska, was unable to attend. Congratulations, all!
Girls and Science
Challenging Science Investigations (CSI) Summer Showcase
The State College Girls and Science program, Challenging Science Investigations (CSI) conducted a summer session where the Rube Goldberg project was especially popular.
Girls Love Science (GaLS) a Hit
Our Bellefonte Girls and Science Program, GaLS, had a wonderful turnout for the February sessions.
STEM Program at Discovery Space
Members Billie Willits (left), Mary Dupuis and Kristin Dreyer enjoyed the reception at Discovery Space, held prior to our What’s New with Why So Few? program.
STEM Program Audience
We had a really good turn-out for our April program, What’s New with Why So Few? at Schlow Centre Region Library. The keynote speaker was Dr. Karen Thole, Head of Penn State’s Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering.
At our branch program held September 10th, member Peg Pennepacker presented a program on Title IX at 40: More Important Than Ever. Peg is the Athletic Director for State College Area School District, and the Title IX consult for the Pennsylvania Athletic Director’s Athletic Association. We had a wonderful turn-out, and the program was really interesting. We finished up the evening with a slice of Title IX cake (pictured), to celebrate the forty years since the law passed in 1972.
|Pictured above are three of our four 2011-2012 scholarship recipients, left to right: Alison Franklin, Rae Ellen Devier, and Grace Hakizimana. A fourth recipient, Joan Ribbons, is not pictured. Alison is studying toxicology, Rae Ellen is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree with a neuroscience option, and Grace is a Human Development and Family Studies major. Joan Ribbons, the fourth scholarship recipient, is working on her nursing degree.||The 2011 AAUW State College Branch Gateway to Equity Award was presented at the AAUW State College Branch meeting on April 14 to the State College Area School District Community Education program. Pictured, left to right, Row 1: Talat Azhar, AAUW State College Branch Co-President; Dave Klindienst, SCASD STEM Coordinator; Donna Ricketts, Director, SCASD Community Education; Mary Dupuis, AAUW CSI Coordinator; Christina Kohl, Biology Teacher; Pam Francis, SCASD Director of Education. Row 2: Candace Davison, AAUW State College Branch Co-President; Wendy Watts, Physics Teacher; Beth Keim, Chemistry Teacher; Naana Nti, incoming AAUW Program Vice-President.||CSI Program Coordinators from AAUW, Mary Dupuis (left) and from SCASD, Donna Ricketts, have partnered for six years on the CSI program.|
|Newly elected incoming 2011 AAUW State College Branch officers Charlene Harrison (left), Branch Co-President and Naana Nti (center), Program Vice-President, join Candace Davison (right), continuing Branch Co-President.||85 members and friends of the AAUW State College Branch attended the event, including eleven past and present book sale chairs and co-chairs, pictured here. Front Row: Nancy DeWalle (2004-20007), Marjorie Dunaway (1964), Louise Tukey (1980, 1997-2001), Trudy Levine (1976) and Susan Brandse (1984). Back row: Martha Hummel (1999-2000), Nancy Strother (1982-1983), Jody Bland (1962-1965), Nellie Boyle (1989-1991, 1993-1996, 2002-2003), Sherry Crassweller (2008—present), and Suzanne Kerlin (2002—present).||Our anniversary gala provided a wonderful opportunity to bring together members and friends whom we had not seen for some time. Pictured left to right: Carol Hodes, Nancy Chiswick, Trudy Levine, and Talat Azhar.|
|Candace Davison and Alex Broyles have their hands full with the party.||CSI program (Challenging Science Investigations) summer, 2010: Middle school girls program enjoyed tackling a Rube Goldberg project.||CSI, summer, 2010: Crime scene blood and powder analysis.|
|CSI, summer, 2010: Who knew how much fun it was to build a roller coaster?||Program chair Nancy DeWalle (left), program organizer for Banned Books 101, enjoys the program along with Alex Broyles, Program Vice President.||Steve Herb, Director of Pennsylvania Center for the Book, led a wonderful and eye opening program on “banned books” for our branch at our September 11 program at East West Crossing.|
|Each spring, our branch presents the Gateway to Equity Award, an AAUW Pennsylvania award given to groups whose actions and philosophy promotes equity for women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change. The 2010 recipient was the Community Diversity Group. Pictured here, left to right: Cindy Campbell (CDG), Christina Johnson (CDG), Candace Davison (AAUW Branch Co-Chair), Carol Eicher (CDG Chair) and Pat Kephart (Chair, AAUW/CDG Partnership).||The annual Used Book Sale runs for four days each May at the Snider Ag Arena on Penn State campus raises funds for AAUW fellowships and community grants.||We have two programs for middle school girls that promote their interest in science, CSI (Challenging Science Investigations) in State College, and GaLS (Girls Love Science) in Bellefonte. Pictured here are girls doing a Rube Goldberg engineering and construction project.|
|We have two programs for middle school girls that promote their interest in science, CSI (Challenging Science Investigations) in State College, and GaLS (Girls Love Science) in Bellefonte. Pictured here are girls doing a powder analysis at the crime scene.||We have two programs for middle school girls that promote their interest in science, CSI (Challenging Science Investigations) in State College, and GaLS (Girls Love Science) in Bellefonte. Pictured here are girls doing a blood analysis at the crime scene.||Our Used Book Sale Co-Chairs, Sherry Crassweller and Suzanne Kerlin, are glad to relax after a very successful 2009 book sale.|
Each December, our branch participates in the Festival of Trees at the Snider Ag Arena on the Penn State campus. Our tree is decorated with ornaments that reflect our programs and mission. Pictured left to right, branch members Charlene Harrison and Chriss Schultz.
|We have two programs for middle school girls to promote their interest in science, CSI (Challenging Science Investigations) in State College, and GaLS (Girls Love Science) in Bellefonte.||Each spring, our branch presents the Gateway to Equity Award, an AAUW Pennsylvania award given to groups whose actions and philosophy promotes equity for women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change. The 2009 recipient was the Center for Alternatives in Community Justice, pictured here with then Branch Co-Presidents, second from left, and Talat Azhar, far right.|