Saturday, January 20th at 1 pm
The Springfield-Annandale and Fairfax City branches will hold a joint meeting at the Kings Park Library. Dr. Johari Rashad, a docent at the African-American Museum of History and Culture, will make a presentation on the collection, presentation and impact of the artifacts of the Smithsonian’s latest museum on our society today.
Saturday, February 17th at 1 pm
The Community Services Board of Fairfax County will make a presentation at the Kings Park Library on the current opioid crisis in the U.S. The presentation will involve current statistical data, analyses of community and family impact, and policy recommendations for immediate amelioration and eventual disappearance.
Thursday, April 19th at 7 pm
Dr. Denise Akob of the United Stated Geological Survey will make a presentation on STEM issues. Specifically, she will speak on her interest and education in science, her microbiological research, and its application in the world today.
Every year AAUW Fairfax City Branch along with McLean Area, Springfield-Annandale, and Vienna Area Branches as well as our co-sponsors Fairfax County Public Schools and Systemic Solutions of NOVA host hundreds of middle school girls in a career day event designed to educate and inspire the students to consider careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
This year’s event will increase the number of students to around 500 and will be hosted at NOVA Annandale on March 10, 2018. There will be 23 separate hands-on workshops with female professionals for the students and a number of informational presentations to their parents on resources, college financing options, and how to support their daughters. More information to come as we get closer to the event.