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2015 One on One with Chamique Holdsclaw
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Connect a Million Minds Time Warner Cable
We are honored to announce that Time Warner Cable - Connect a Million Minds has awarded IOU Sports with a grant for our GIRLS STEM in Sports Academy Program. The IOU Sports GIRLS STEM in Sports...
As we move forward into the New Year, our involvement with the 2014 Status of Girls in Wisconsin report has impelled us to continue working on our STEM in Sports Program.  STEM (Science,...
1975 New York Times Photo of Diana Nyad
Diana Nyad preparing to swim around Manhattan, Oct. 6, 1975.  (Photo New York Times) When Diana Nyad walked up onto the beach in Key West on Monday, 110 miles from Havana, where she had begun...
Thank You for Empowering and Educating Girls through IOU Sports
Thank you so much for your year-end giving and continued support of Images of Us (IOU) Sports! Because of your generosity, we exceeded our calendar year end fundraising goal by 20 percent!...
Technology Needs More Women
It's time for the old adage that women neither like nor do well in math and science be put to rest … A new infographic recently released by MBAonline sheds light on just how...
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Girls for a Change was in Milwaaukee to conduct the Love Your Body, Change the World training program sponsored by U by Kotex. The training was a guide for being proud of everthing that makes you a...
IOU Sports and NGWSD
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Hosted by Alverno College Athletic Department, the 2012 NGWSD was a huge success. Featuring: Youth Sports Clinic with current collegiate players to speak to the youth about everything from good...
Half The Sky Documentary
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The Film Coming October 1 and 2 at 8:00 p.m. CST (Milwaukee time) and on PBS stations nationwide Half the Sky is a four-hour PBS primetime documentary film and national...
Sports Uncovered: Brittany Henderson – 2012 Masters Graduate
The class of 2012 is leaving college with something that many graduates since the start of the Great Recession have lacked: jobs. In some ways, members of the class of 2012 got lucky. They...