Info-Metrics One-Day Workshop Featuring our Graduate Fellows, December 19, American University
Workshop program is now available online. To register please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "December 19 Workshop" and indicate in the body of the email your name and affiliation.
Registration is free but the deadline for registration is Tuesday, December 16, 5 p.m.
Interested in the human brain? Consider PSYC-518-001 for Spring 2015
Advanced Human Neuropsychology TF, 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., spring semester
Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate
Explores the empirical, anatomical, and theoretical aspects of clinical and experimental human neuropsychology with an emphasis on clinical case studies (e.g., traumatic brain injury, dementia, stroke).
This course should be of particular value to those interested in cognition, psychopathology, neurology/medicine, education, linguistics, and philosophy.
This course does not require any previous knowledge of human neuropsychology.
During the fall semester, many faculty received assistance planning research, analyzing data, and incorporating research technologies into their classes, through our new Support Request system. We can’t do everything, but we can do a lot. We are open and providing assistance during winter break, and we are happy to pre-plan assistance for next semester. For quick questions you can still drop-in, call us at x3862, or email email@example.com. Request help for extended assistance at: http://www.american.edu/ctrl/consultation.cfm
Sponsor: Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning
Alan Meltzer CEO Leadership Speaker Series with Ronnie Mervis of Mervis Diamonds
Join the Kogod School of Business for the annual Alan Meltzer CEO Leadership Speaker Series on Wednesday, January 21, at 4 p.m. in the Kogod Student Lounge. This year's honored guest will be Ronnie Mervis of Mervis Diamonds. His topic will be "Reflections on the Diamond World: Reality or Perception?"
Academics » School of Professional and Extended Studies
LEAD Spring Registration Now Open!
Spring registration is now open for the LEAD Program: http://www.american.edu/spexs/lead/. LEAD is an excellent opportunity for professional development for women in transitional stages of their careers and lives.
Sponsor: School of Professional and Extended Studies
Tibetan Rights Summer Alternative Break: Faculty Advisor Needed
The Center for Community Engagement & Service is currently seeking staff or faculty to serve as advisor to travel with the ‘Statelessness and Social Health of Tibetan Refugee Community’ themed summer Alternative Break program to Northern India.
If you are interested or would like more information about what is involved in being an advisor for an Alternative Break program, please contact Shoshanna Sumka, Assistant Director of Global Learning and Leadership at ext. 2684 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See website for description of trip: www.american.edu/altbreak.
Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service
Mark Your Calendars: The 2015 Great American Weight Loss Challenge
Start 2015 off on the right foot with AhealthyU’s Great American Weight Loss Challenge! This eight-week, team-based program for AU Faculty and Staff members will reward participants for losing or maintaining weight, as well as tracking healthy living goals with WELLog. There will be chances to win team, individual and raffle prizes! Program begins January 26. Registration will run from January 5 through January 23. Have questions about the challenge? Attend the orientation session on January 21, 12 - 1 p.m. in MGC 330-N. Registration for the session is required. For more information, see link below:
News, Information, and Insights Available Online Now in the December HR Newsletter
Read the December issue of the HR Newsletter to learn more tuition remission, the upcoming workshops, the new PaycheckCity calculator, and the January 16 spring deadline; new required training for faculty and staff, W-2 format elections, status on 2015 Tuition Exchange applicants; SPExS courses for women; goal setting for staff, and group meditation on campus. AhealthyU wraps up their fall activities and the Staff Council highlights their service activities for December and January. Check the January professional development calendar for upcoming workshops and opportunities. Read online today!
The Microsoft Excel 2013 Intermediate Level course will build on the skills learned in the Introduction course. In this course, you will: work with multiple worksheets to consolidate data and add 3-D references to formulas, use logical functions with comparison operators, create custom formats, view data based on autofilters, create multi-level sorts, remove duplicates and find unique values, and ...more
Sam Noto allows his materials to generate form and occupy space in a dynamic way. These large steel constructions, largely made of found materials, are both serious and playful and expresses the artist's improvisational technique.
Artist Lauren Frances Adams has created American Catastrophe Report, an installation that acts as both homage and critique of the decorative frescoes in the United States Capitol Building, originally painted in the 19th c. by Italian-born artist Constantino Brumidi. The site-specific artwork by Adams is installed in American University's Katzen Arts Center, in both the upper and lower rotunda in ...more
To learn more about Today@AU or to submit an announcement, please visit the myAU portal. Today@AU lists events from the Master Calendar. To learn how to schedule and advertise an event see the Resource 25 informational site.
WCL: Examinations end
WCL: Official Degree Award Date (date that appears on December 2014 diplomas; no event associated with this date)
12/24/2014 - 12/25/2014:
Winter break; university offices closed