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The Power of Numbers

Mary Gray

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

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Student Programs Motion-Tracking Musical Instrument

Audio technology student Benjamin Mangold programs motion-tracking musical instrument for onstage and in the studio.

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How Healthy Are D.C. Public Schools?

Professor Stacey Snelling researches the progress of the D.C. Healthy Schools Act.

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Women's History No Longer in the Margins

Pamela Nadell and Kate Haulman

Essay collections demonstrates transnational sweep and wide variety in growing field.

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Faculty Research

Professor Invents New Approach to Electronic Communication
Patent pending on “projection method” that solves problem of cellphone communication during emergencies.

Cinema from North of the Border
David Pike’s new book examines Canadian film’s role in national consciousness.

Likhachev Fellows to Explore Russian Art, Culture
Jack Rasmussen and Gail Humphries Mardirosian are two of four Likhachev Fellows from American University over the past two years.

Nolan Part of Wide-Ranging Defense Project
AU math professor wins $306,000 grant to use probability theory to study extreme events.

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