Two Alums, Lex Loro and Emmett Patterson, sitting in front of a window.

Alumni ·

Our Bodies, Ourselves: Two Alums Promote Sex Education for LGBTQ Youth

Emmett Patterson and Lex Loro continued their innovative work post-graduation.
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Seminar on Education Policy and Leadership

Education ·

From Theory to Practice

EPL students present findings from their Summer 2018 field projects with DC-based organizations.
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Nika Elder

Announcement ·

New Faculty

New faculty members join departments in AU's College of Arts and Sciences.
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Human brain with cerebellum highlighted in yellow and orange.

Science ·

New Autism Research Highlights Brain Circuit of Interest

A new study on autism, first-authored by Associate Professor of Psychology Catherine Stoodley, appears as the December cover story of the journal Nature Neuroscience.
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Research ·

Who Is Taking Care of the Caregivers?

With a Hewlett Foundation grant, Economics Professor Maria Floro leads an AU research team working to integrate caregivers into economic policymaking.
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Don Myers Technology and Innovation Building

Buildings ·

Don Myers Technology and Innovation Building Opens

AU opens the new Don Myers Technology and Innovation Building, a state-of-the-art facility for scientific research, collaboration, and learning.
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Student standing in front of blackboard with math equations in the background.

Achievements ·

Next Steps: AU Graduate Finds Herself Through Math and Dance

Fangfei Lan is now applying to PhD programs in applied mathematics.
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Dr. Ibram X. Kendi

Achievements ·

Racism in America

AU Professor Ibram X. Kendi gives an interview on his National Book Award-winning book, Stamped from the Beginning.
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Dr. Ibram X. Kendi

On Campus ·

Seeds of Change

Professor Ibram X. Kendi establishes the groundbreaking Antiracist Research and Policy Center at AU.
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John Morada (left) and students hold up letters that spell out 'Google'.

Technology ·

East Coast Students Learn West Coast Innovation

Led by AU alumnus John Morada, six AU computer science students learn about technological innovation on a tour of Silicon Valley.
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