Fulfill Your New Year’s Resolutions with the Kogod Case Competition
Some common resolutions include to find better job opportunities, to expand my network, to show initiative, and to develop professionally. You can do all of that and more by competing in the Kogod Case Competition on February 8. Learn more at kogod.american.edu/case. Registration for this special opportunity is limited and filling fast!
Sponsor: Kogod Leadership and Applied Business (K-LAB)
The SIS Mentorship Program is looking for outgoing, dynamic student leaders to serve as mentors. SIS Mentorship introduces incoming first-year students to SIS and offers them the opportunity to meet faculty and explore career opportunities, all while having fun. Mentor responsibilities include leading discussions and planning outside activities. Complete an application at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kRC_ZtzYnpldJgyVs5N1Y4SzWP5BJmhET4bCz6CabFI/viewform and send a current résumé to email@example.com. Submit the application and résumé no later than January 20.
The SIS Mentorship program is looking for outgoing, dynamic student leaders to serve as co-chairs. SIS Mentorship introduces incoming first-year students to SIS and offers them the opportunity to meet faculty and explore career opportunities, all while having fun. Co-chairs will be directly involved with planning and organizing the program. To apply, fill out the application at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kQH4WB7QF7sdyGQPScT2kCMzUev2ZsbcH2oY9tqJ2xM/viewform and send a current résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit the application and résumé no later than January 11th.
The bimonthly portrait session on main campus will take place on Tuesday, December 17, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in MGC 200. Please go to www.timecenter.com/auphotography and click on the Main Campus Faculty/Staff tab to make an appointment. These are the standard AU portrait for use in your work duties and on your web profile page. If you can't make the on-campus sessions, you can also make an individual appointment to come to our studio at 4401 Connecticut Ave. at a more convenient time.
Recreational Sports and Fitness has gift certificates available for purchase.
Gift Certificate Options include Recreational Sports and Fitness Memberships (annual membership fees vary), Personal Training Holiday Special Package (3 Personal Training Sessions + 1 Fitness Assessment for $150), and/or a Spring 2014 Unlimited Group Exercise Pass for $65.
Certificates are available for purchase via Credit, Cash, Eagle Bucks and Check at both the Jacobs and Cassell Fitness Center front desks. Parents can also purchase for their students over the phone.
The American Word Magazine is expanding its number of opportunities in editing, writing, designing and web for the spring semester. Our five sections are Around DC, Lifestyle, On the Quad, Politics and Sports; experience is preferred but not required. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Winter Study Break with The Center For Diversity and Inclusion!
Join the CDI for their annual Winter Study Break! There will be food, fun and games! The Study Break will be held on Wednesday, December 11, in MGC 200 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. If you need accommodations, please contact the Center For Diversity and Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org
Statistical Consulting Center service offered in the Library
The Statistical Consulting Center opened this fall in the Research Commons Area in the AU Library. The Center provides assistance with statistics-related problems in the clients' research areas. It is a free service for American University students, faculty, and staff. The Center is also open to alumni and non-AU clients.
Microsoft has announced that after April 8, 2014, they no longer will support Windows XP. No new security updates or patches will be released for Windows XP after that date. As a result, after the end of the Spring 2014 semester, American University no longer will support Windows XP. The Office of Information Technology also will block computers running Windows XP from using the AU network. If you are an AU faculty or staff member and work on an AU-owned Windows XP computer, please contact the IT Help Desk to determine whether you are eligible for either replacement or an upgrade to Windows 7.
The Department of Economics sponsors a weekly series in which economists from all facets of the profession present their cutting edge research on a wide variety of topics. All workshops are open to the public, and held on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:15 in Kreeger 100, unless otherwise noted.
There will be no seminar on November 27th due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Join us on December 4th as our ...more
Finals time is fast approaching. You can fuel your marathon study session at the Library's Final Perk. We'll have lots of coffee, cookies, and other treats, plus a Roaring Twenties theme. Show up in your best speakeasy garb for a chance to win the costume contest!
The library co-sponsors Final Perk with The Mud Box, AU Library Council, Auxiliary Services in partnership with Coca-Cola, Graduate ...more
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Fall study day; no classes
12/12/2013 - 12/14/2013:
Fall final examinations
12/12/2013 - 12/17/2013:
Fall final grades due
Fall final examinations (for Wednesday classes)