It is today that we must create the world of the future. Never have we needed as acutely as now — in a world of ferment, shifting and changing its course, often without direction — the full use of all the brain power we have. We need every single mind. We cannot afford to have any potential talent or ability dulled to apathy.
AAUW FUND ANNUAL BRUNCH
Saturday, February 10
10 AM -12 noon
Foothills Methodist Church
4031 Avocado Blvd., La Mesa
On February 10, we will gather to learn about the studies and work of AAUW Fund recipient, Kerstern Malama
Major: Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Cal State University, Northridge
AAUW has been supporting educational programs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and we will be welcoming Kernstern, and learning about her studies in engineering. Kerstern’s report will include information about 3-D printing and developing a system that would help parents encourage girls to pursue math, science, and technology will be two of her topics.