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  • Conference Examines Issues of Religion and Policy

    On Oct. 22, the Department of Philosophy and Religion will host the 2010 McDowell Conference.
    October 13, 2010

  • Physics Professor Nate Harshman and High School Noura Jaber will demonstrate Chladni plates at the Expo.

    CAS Explores the Physics of Music on National Mall

    Physics Professor Nate Harshman and  the audio technology program explore the science of music at the USA Science and Engineering Festival Expo.
    October 13, 2010

  • In the game of baseball, does the curveball really curve? AU Professor's research describes the illusion behind the batter's perception of breaking curveballs and rising fastballs.

    Does a Curveball Really "Break"?

    AU neuroscience professor's research describes illusion behind batters perceptions of 'breaking' curveballs.
    October 13, 2010

  • A Celebration of Research: Interdisciplinary Institutes

    Five new centers and institutes launch this Fall 2010, delving into a wide-range of research. To mark these exciting accomplishments, please join Dean Starr and faculty at the College’s first annual “Celebration of Research” 2010.
    October 11, 2010

  • Artful Maneuvering

    Blair Bailey fuses her academic interests in the hard sciences and the fine arts by studying art conservation.
    October 7, 2010

  • Different Strokes

    Special education professor Alida Anderson leads innovative teacher-training program.
    October 7, 2010

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Steve Leeds

SIRIUSXM Executive Gives Back as Mentor to Current Students

Steve Leeds, CAS/BA ’72, began a career in music while a student at AU.

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