These events showcase research from across the American University community, with a special emphasis on innovative or multidisciplinary approaches, as well as initiatives from AU Project 2030.
AU Project 2030 identifies and promotes work in groundbreaking areas of scholarly exploration with a special emphasis on cross-disciplinary and emerging fields. Events hosted by the Library spotlight projects included in this initiative. Project leaders discuss the inspiration and vision for their projects.
Stay tuned for information about our upcoming spring event.
The University Library's Research in Progress: AU 2030 Series and the AU Sustainability Collaborative Colloquium Present: The ECOllaborative Colloquium on Climate Change
Rebecca Dell, Adjunct Assistant Professor (CAS) Daniel Fiorino, Distinguished Executive in Residence (SPA) Sikina Jinnah, Assistant Professor (SIS) Simon Nicholson, Assistant Professor (SIS)
APRIL 1, 2015
Advancing Urban Research at AU: The Metropolitan Policy
Derek Hyra, Associate Professor and Director of the
Metropolitan Policy Center (SPA) Michael Bader, Assistant Professor (CAS)
Malini Ranganathan, Assistant Professor (SIS)
Bradley Hardy, Assistant Professor (SPA)
FEBRUARY 25, 2014
Building a Campus-wide Research Initiative at American
University: The Center for Latin American and Latino Studies
Eric Hershberg, Director, Center for Latin American and Latino Studies
Persuasive Play and Critical Games
Lindsay Grace, Associate Professor, School of Communication
Michael Treanor, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences
FEBRUARY 27, 2013
Introduction to AU Project 2030
Scott Bass, Provost, American University
Ennobling and Enabling: Walking the Talk of Disability Technology, Policy and Education
Derrick Cogburn, Associate Professor, School of International Service
Laura DeNardis, Professor, School of Communication Sarah Irvine Belson, Dean, School of Education, Teaching & Health
The Environmental and Biological Bases of Cognitive Dementia
Anthony Riley, Professor, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Terry Davidson, Director, Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, College of Arts
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