We are looking for undergraduates interested in participating in research on attitudes and anxiety. The study will involve a computerized sorting game, as well as a task similar to one you might complete in class. This study will take approximately one hour of your time.
IF INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT: LAUREN ROTHSTEIN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*Course credit will be granted to those who qualify for the study
International Student Orientation Assistants Needed!
Are you interested in meeting international students? Are you looking for ways to get involved with the international community? ISSS is looking for volunteers to help out with International Student Orientation! Join the our community and come make friends with students from all over the world as you guide them through their transition to AU.
No prior experience required, leaderships skills gained. Must be available from Friday, August 15 to Sunday, August 17. Lunch included!
Sign up today or refer your friends.
Sponsor: International Student and Scholar Services
Are you an experienced woodwind, brass, drum set, or electric bass player? Want to join a band that performs regularly on campus, plays for tens of thousands of people, was nationally televised several times last year, performs with a quality sound, and knows how to have fun? Then the AU Pep Band is right for you! Attend the first informational meeting Thursday, August 28, 5:30 PM, Katzen Arts Center, Room #151. Be sure to bring your instrument - no audition required. Visit our website or email us with any questions at email@example.com. GO EAGLES!
The Safe Space Program was created to develop a visual network of support for the LGBTQ community on campus. Its primary mission is to create a safer, more inclusive environment on American University's campus and encourage networking between faculty, staff, and students. The workshop provides an opportunity to examine assumptions about gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people and explore the impact of heterosexism and homophobia.
Our next training is July 31 from 1- 4 p.m. Registration is required. To sign up, follow the link below.
The One Card Office will be closed on Saturday, July 26. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. Please contact the One Card Program Coordinator at (202) 885-3370 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
One Card Office closing at 5:00 p.m. from July 28 to August 1
The One Card Office will close at 5:00 p.m. from Monday, July 28, through Friday, August 1. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. Please contact the One Card Program Coordinator at (202) 885-3370 or email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Volunteers are needed to staff two information booths on campus during Welcome Week from Monday, August 18, through Thursday, August 21. This is a great opportunity for staff, faculty, and current students to meet incoming students and their families, help answer questions, and show your AU spirit! Booths will be located in the Letts-Anderson Quad and at the Glover Gate from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Shifts run for 2 hours, and each booth will be staffed by two people. Follow the link below for more information or to sign up for an info booth shift.
Manager and Leadership Development Opportunity: Developing Others
Learn different processes and skills essential to developing talent. This course focuses on the leader’s role before, during, and after the development plan. Join us on August 13 from 1 - 5 p.m. Log in to AsuccessfulU via the portal; go to the Home drop down menu and select “Learning” to register now!
Professional Development Opportunity: Creative Problem Solving for Individual Innovation
In the workplace, we are faced with new and different challenges daily. Learn how to maximize creative potential through the application of simple but key techniques! Join us on August 11 from 1 - 5 p.m. Log in to AsuccessfulU via the portal; go to the Home drop down menu and select “Learning” to register now!
Professional Development Opportunity: Embracing Change
This course develops confidence and skills needed to face change and welcome it as an opportunity to grow and learn. Join us on August 13 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Log in to AsuccessfulU via the portal; go to the Home drop down menu and select “Learning” to register now!
Professional Development Opportunity: Project Management
Learn to implement the principles of project management immediately within your organization. You also will explore effective techniques to develop realistic project schedules, use critical path method, manage project risks, and respond to real-world scenarios. Join us on August 28 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Log in to AsuccessfulU via the portal; go to the Home drop down menu and select “Learning” to register now!
An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle
Katzen Museum Second Floor Exhibition
Artist Jess Collins and poet Robert Duncan formed one of the most fascinating artistic partnerships of the 20th century in San Francisco in the early 1950's. This exhibition examines their unique position as precursors of Postmodernism through more than 140 individual and collaborative works of art and letters from private and public collections.
Judy Byron's solo-exhibition, Continental Drift, surveys the artist's work on paper and audio interviews and invites the viewer to consider the visual and auditory environment that informs identity. This exhibition focuses on the artist's own visual influences from three specific countries, Brazil, China, and Ghana.
Passionate Collectors: The Washington Print Club at 50
Katzen Museum Third Floor Exhibition
This exhibition highlights the collecting interest of the Washington Print Club collectors and artists since the clubs formation in 1964. Whether prints, drawings, watercolors, pastels, collages or photographs, the works in Passionate Collectors represent an important range of artists, styles, and aesthetic movements from the past five decades.
"Syzygy," William Newman's series of nineteen oil paintings, photographs, and two metal sculptures, is a vibrant rumination on temporality, subjective freedom and natural splendor. The photographs, photorealist paintings and stainless steel sculptures present striking natural objects with personal resonance for Newman. Seen together, photographs that take a click to create and paintings that ...more
Conceived by legendary Washington art dealer Franz Bader and his wife, Virginia, The Bader Fund extends the benefits of their lifetime devotion to art onto others. Since the first exhibition of it's kind ten years ago, the Bader Fund continues to be guided by simple and generous governing principles; providing grants to DC area artists, at least 40 years of age, and with a compelling story. ...more
The Kay Spiritual Life Center invites faculty and staff to join a lunchtime discussion group based on the reading of Parker Palmer's critically acclaimed text, "The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher's Life," to explore the role of spirituality and vocation in our relationships and the practice of teaching. The group is intended to be a place of reflection and openness ...more
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