Social Justice Lecture Series featuring Deborah Drennan, Executive Director, Freedom House
Kay Main Chapel
Deborah Drennan, Executive Director at Freedom House, joins us for our next Exploring Social Justice event. Freedom House is a temporary home for survivors of persecution from around the world who are seeking asylum in the United States and Canada. Freedom House is guided by the belief that all people deserve to live free from oppression and to be treated with justice, compassion and dignity. ...more
Karl Kippola, Associate Professor from the Department of Performing Arts, will lead a discussion and staged reading of Eugene O’Neill’s play The Iceman Cometh. Set in 1912, the play focuses on a group of down-and-outers who spend their time drinking, sleeping, dreaming of the future and waiting for a man named Hickey to arrive and brighten up their lives. However, the characters soon realize that ...more
Improving Openness and Reproducibility in Scientific Research
Bender Library Training and Events Room
In an increasingly electronic-driven research environment, issues of open access and collaboration are more important than ever. Presenter Andrew Sallans from the Center for Open Science (COS) will lead a discussion about the specific strategies that COS employs to support open access to research and greater research transparency and integrity. Faculty, administrators and graduate students ...more
Join us for Books that Shaped America, a special series of conversations for the local community and American University students, faculty and staff. Attendees do not need to have read the book. Admission is free and no reservation is required.
Come to this open research and writing clinic at any time during the two-hour interval for assistance with your research papers. Librarians can help you discover research, and Writing Center Consultants can help you with questions about your writing.