Elizabeth Slupski Assistant Director, UG & Post Baccalaureate Programs
Elizabeth coordinates AU's Mentorship Program and Undergraduate Bridge Programs. She works with the recruitment team, and serves as the Academic Advisor for these student populations, working closely with students to make sure the programs meet student's individualized needs through both their courses and field practicum experiences.
Sarah Basilion Coordinator, Undergraduate & Custom Programs
Sarah coordinates custom summer programs, the AU Gap Program, and the Mentorship Program in England. She is an academic advisor, working with Gap Program students to recruit, admit and onboard them to AU. Sarah also works with the Mentorship Program in England students over the summer, preparing them for the semester abroad. Sarah received her B.A. in History from American University's College of Arts and Sciences in 2016.
Donelle Broskow Assistant Dean for Undergraduate & Post-Baccalaureate Programs
Donelle Broskow is Assistant Dean for Undergraduate & Post-Baccalaureate Programs. She leads the academic internship and experiential programs for the school; this includes the renowned Washington Semester Program, Washington Mentorship, Graduate Professional Studies, Mentorship Programs in Greece and England, the AU Gap Program, and custom programs. She attended the University of Kansas and has an MS in Higher Education Administration and BA in History.
Amy Morrill Bijeau Director of Experiential Education
Amy Morrill Bijeau has worked in higher education administration and experiential learning for approximately 20 years. As the Associate Director of Internships and Career Development, she provides ongoing guidance regarding internship best practices and enjoys leveraging technology to support students. Amy has a MEd in Counseling and Higher Education Administration from the University of Virginia and a B.A. in French and Religion from Wake Forest University.
Diane Lowenthal Senior Associate Dean
Diane Lowenthal is the Senior Associate Dean in SPExS. She came to AU in 2000 to teach American Politics Seminars and supervise Research Projects for the Washington Semester Program. Prior to joining AU, Dr. Lowenthal taught American Politics courses (including Campaigns and Elections, Political Behavior, Political Psychology, and Women and Politics) at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA. Dr. Lowenthal earned a PhD in Social and Decision Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University.