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May 7, 2013

  • Spring final examinations
  • Spring final grades due

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Professor Pamela Nadell (Chair, Department of History) will lead an informal discussion of this influential work.

Professor Nadell is a specialist in American Jewish history and women's history, she teaches a variety of courses in Jewish civilization. In 2007, she received AU's highest faculty award, the Scholar/Teacher of the Year. She is also the recipient of the American Jewish Historical …more

Type: Lecture/Speaker

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All faculty to drop in to this informal luncheon to meet new faculty - including AU Library's new School of Communication and Research Data Librarian - and re-connect with colleagues from around campus.

Type: Reception

Host: University Library

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Help guide the future of AU Library. All faculty are cordially invited to a town hall featuring Brightspot, a library space and program design consultant.

Brightspot was engaged by AU over the summer to work with the library to re-envision library space and services, and will be presenting the Library's strategic program to the univeristy faculty. We would like to share lunch with you, and …more

Type: Workshop

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The AU Library has been busy over the summer re-envisioning the library space for the future, and now we want to hear what you think! AU Library will host a student town hall featuring Brightspot, a library space and program design consultant engaged by AU. Join us for some food and a presentation, followed by an open Q&A session. We want to hear your thoughts!

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Join the School of Education, Teaching, and Health (SETH) and the University Library for a symposium featuring Dr. Alida Anderson, Associate Professor (SETH). In her keynote address, Dr. Anderson will discuss how and why the use of arts based approaches can facilitate learning and support the inclusion of diverse learners in school settings. As part of this discussion, she will also share a …more

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