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    Library Messages Marked as Spam

    Personal and AU student GMail addresses have been marking messages from the Library as spam. As a result users are not receiving information about due dates, fines, and book requests.
    August 23, 2013

  • Walk into a Tour/Class/Workshop

    AU Library and our campus partners are offering a variety of free tours, classes, and workshops to enable student success and effectiveness.
    August 23, 2013

  • Research Commons opens this semester in the library

    The Research Commons is designed to help students and faculty take their research and scholarship to the next level, by offering a variety of services in one convenient central location—the library!
    August 22, 2013

  • Cell Communication

    Invention Would Address Cell Communication Breakdown

    Patent pending on math professor Stephen Casey’s “projection method.”
    July 19, 2013

  • Dan Kalman

    Kalman’s Awards Adding Up

    Researcher combines history and mathematics to take expository approach to quantitative subjects.
    July 11, 2013

  • Mary Gray

    The Power of Numbers

    Mary Gray uses statistical analysis to quantify human rights violations in Syria, empower women mathematicians.
    June 13, 2013


We congratulate our students Jake Weinreb (Math and Economics) for earning Capitol One Academics All-American Honors and Jen Dumiak Math) for being nominated GEICO AU Student-Athlete of the Week. Read their stories here and here. Go Eagles!

In the summer of 2014, we welcomed our sixth class of students to our Math for America program. This program, in conjunction with the School of Education, Teaching, and Health and the Carnegie Institution for Science, trains outstanding mathematics graduates from around the country to teach in the DC schools.

May 25-29 we host the Sampling Theory & Applications 11th Annual International Conference, SampTA 2015.

Statistical Consulting

The new Statistical Consulting Center is a free service offered to American University students, faculty and staff - and clients from off-campus.

The Statistical Consulting Center is a service offered to American University students, faculty and staff—and clients from off-campus.

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