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  1. Please visit the Anthropologie information table on Tuesday, November 19, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in MGC Lobby.

    An Anthropologie representative will inform students about career opportunities in their fast paced and exciting retail environment.

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  2. A pre-departure meeting for the Honors study/travel trip to Peru.

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    University Honors Program
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  3. Each semester, students have the opportunity to enjoy lunch with Kogod's Dean Ginzberg. The lunch is a unique opportunity to have an interactive conversation with the Dean. The Dean asks for student feedback and provides insight into the school and his role.

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    Kogod School of Business
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  4. A meeting of those interested in restarting the Hispanic Business Association.

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    Kogod School of Business
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  5. The Career Center will host Catholic Relief Services for an information session on Tuesday, November 19, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., in MGC 200.

    A Catholic Relief Services representative will share information about the organization and about their International Development Fellows Program.

    Please log into AU CareerWeb or Kogod CareerSource to RSVP for this information session.

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  6. Do you know how to use LinkedIn to find your next job? LinkedIn is dominating the recruiting and job searching world; according to Forbes Magazine, over 97% of recruiters used LinkedIn in their 2012 searches. Participate in this informative workshop and learn how to build your profile and use LinkedIn to network with alumni and employers and search and apply for jobs. Also, learn valuable tips on …more

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  7. Has climate change won?
    The world is getting warmer, and efforts to slow the carbon emissions that are causing it have been slow to arrive. So is it too late to stop global warming? Is it time to start focusing on mitigating the effects of a hotter earth instead of trying to slow it by reducing the amount of carbon mankind releases? A lively panel led by Ezra Klein debates how climate policy …more

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    School of International Service
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    Lecture/Speaker
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  8. The School of Communication's MA in Media Entrepreneurship program, with WAMU and J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism, hosts a year-long speaker series that draws the best of the best. Experts tackle the tough topics: revenue generation, creativity, idea generation, promotion and more.

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    School of Communication
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  9. Join us for Books that Shaped America, a special series of conversations for the local community and American University students, faculty and staff. The Series features selections from "Books That Shaped America," a list compiled by the Library of Congress. Informal discussions about the extraordinary influence of these books on American society will be led by faculty and staff members from AU. …more

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    University Library
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  10. Center for Environmental Filmmaking Associate Director Sandy Cannon-Brown provides a sneak-peak at her new film that explores the culture, economy and environment of the Chesapeake Bay through the story of the oyster. Sandy will be accompanied by Sarah Gulick (MFA '13/CEF Scholar) and Jackie Yeary (BA '13/Honors) who made films with similar themes.

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    School of Communication
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