Provost Office Calendar

 
Important Dates

TODAY

Tuesday, September 23
      • 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
      • The F Word
      • Bender Library Exhibition
      • VSPACER
      • The Images of Forgiveness exhibition is a thought-provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity. First launched in London in 2004, it has since been displayed in over 300 venues worldwide. Drawing together voices from South Africa, America, Israel, Palestine, Northern Ireland and England, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a ...more

        Type: Exhibit
        Host: University Library

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      • 11:00 am – noon
      • AU Abroad: England: London School of Economics Information Session
      • Mary Graydon Conference Room 245
      • VSPACER
      • Immerse yourself in the exciting urban culture of central London. As a student at the London School of Economics (LSE) you will be studying in the heart of a multicultural city alongside students from across the world at one of the most prestigious and academically rigorous institutions! A representative from LSE will be present to answer any questions you may have!

        Type: Information Session
        Host: AU Abroad

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      • noon – 1:00 pm
      • Banned Books Week Readings
      • Bender Library Forecourt
      • VSPACER
      • Banned Books Week is Sept. 21 – 27. This national event promotes the freedom to access materials expressing different viewpoints, even when those viewpoints are unpopular or difficult. To celebrate, we highlight works that have been challenged (attempted removal or restriction) or banned (removal or restriction) from curricula or libraries. Much more information about Banned Books Week, including ...more

        Type: Exhibit
        Host: University Library

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      • noon – 6:00 pm
      • Intelligence Community Virtual Information Session
      • Off Campus Location
      • VSPACER
      • The Career Center would like to share a virtual information session opportunity about careers in the intelligence community.

        The virtual information session will be held on Tuesday, September 23, 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be no meeting space for this session and students may view the session from any computer. Registration for this event is now open and space is limited.

        The United ...more

        Type: Information Session
        Host: Career Center

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      • 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      • How to Prep for the PMF Online Assessment
      • The Gianni Lounge (Mary Graydon Conference Room 200)
      • VSPACER
      • The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is one of the best ways to enter federal government service. Graduate students and recent alumni who have received/are receiving their degree between December 2012 and August 2015 are invited to attend.

        At this session, Robert SanGeorge, AU PMF advisor will:
        -Provide an overview of the PMF program;
        -Discuss how the application and assessment ...more

        Type: Workshop
        Host: Career Center

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      • 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
      • Foreign Service Fellowships Info Session
      • Mary Graydon Conference Room 247
      • VSPACER
      • Join the Office of Merit Awards to learn more about three national scholarships for under-represented students interested in international affairs. We will discuss the Rangel, Pickering, and Payne Fellowships, which fund graduate school and provide eventual appointment to the U.S. Foreign Service. U.S. citizenship required.

        Type: Information Session
        Host: Office of Merit Awards

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      • 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
      • National Security Agency (NSA) Information Session
      • Butler Board Room
      • VSPACER
      • The Career Center will host the National Security Agency (NSA) for an information session on Tuesday, September 23, 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., in Butler Boardroom, 6th Floor Butler Pavilion.

        A representative will provide a brief overview of the NSA, their primary missions, and the Intelligence Analysis Skill Field. They are currently seeking students for their 2015 Intelligence Analysis Summer ...more

        Type: Information Session
        Host: Career Center

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      • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
      • AU Scholars Series
      • Anderson 3rd Floor Commons
      • VSPACER
      • The AU Scholars Series will bring students together for training, guest speakers and other all community events.

        Type: Meeting
        Host: Office of the Provost

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      • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
      • Chart your Academic Future: An Evening for Sophomores with AU Professors and Academic Leaders
      • Mary Graydon Conference Room 2
      • VSPACER
      • Chart your Academic Future is AU's exclusive event for sophomore students to connect with professors and academic leaders who can help students make the most of their AU experience.
        Please RSVP here: http://www.american.edu/provost/future.cfm

        Type: Reception
        Host: Office of the Provost

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      • 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
      • Self-Assessment Workshop Series
      • Career Center Library
      • VSPACER
      • The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - September 23
        The MBTI can help you to identify which of the sixteen different personality types best describes you. It also highlights some of your strengths and weaknesses and suggests occupations that may satisfy you. The MBTI is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students.

        The September 23 workshop registration is closed.

        The Strong Interest ...more

        Type: Workshop
        Host: Career Center

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Coming Soon

      • Wed 09/24/14
        8:30 am – 1:00 pm
      • AU Scholars Meeting
      • Leonard Chancery
      • The AU Scholars will meet to discuss topics related to undergraduate research.

        Type: Meeting
        Host: Office of the Provost

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      • Wed 09/24/14
        8:30 am – 1:00 pm
      • AUS Faculty Discussions
      • Butler Conference Room
      • AU Faculty will have discussions with their students about topics related to research.

        Type: Meeting
        Host: Office of the Provost

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      • Wed 09/24/14
        11:00 am – 2:00 pm
      • From Gaza to Ferguson to Washington: SIS Explores Racial Inequity at Home
      • Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
      • From Gaza to Ferguson to Washington: SIS Explores Racial Inequity at Home

        Type: Workshop
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Wed 09/24/14
        11:00 am – 2:00 pm
      • SIS Community Time
      • SIS Community Time
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        August 27
        September 3 Council
        September 10 Faculty Meeting (Robin Broad)
        September 17 Research Roundtable
        September 24 SIS Community Dialogue Series (Rebecca Davis)
        October 1 Faculty Meeting (Robin Broad)
        October 8 Tenure and Promotion Celebration (Leela Harpur)
        October 15 Research Roundtable (Mana Zarinejad)
        October 22
        October 29 ...more

        Type: Meeting
        Host: School of International Service

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      • Wed 09/24/14
        noon – 1:00 pm
      • Banned Books Week Readings
      • Bender Library Forecourt
      • Banned Books Week is Sept. 21 – 27. This national event promotes the freedom to access materials expressing different viewpoints, even when those viewpoints are unpopular or difficult. To celebrate, we highlight works that have been challenged (attempted removal or restriction) or banned (removal or restriction) from curricula or libraries. Much more information about Banned Books Week, including ...more

        Type: Exhibit
        Host: University Library

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