During the staff orientation, new staff members will receive information about the history and culture of AU, university policies and procedures, benefits, payroll and training. A campus tour designed specifically for staff members will also be included, as will an orientation to technology at AU.
Please visit the J. Crew information table on Monday, October 28, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in MGC Lobby.
J. Crew is currently recruiting students for three part-time opportunities at their National Harbor location. The positions are sales associate, visual associate, and sales support associate. All positions are posted in AU CareerWeb or Kogod CareerSource.
CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us today for Intermediate MATLAB. MATLAB is a high-level programming language which has been the standard in technical computing for many years. Researchers can use MATLAB for data analysis, numerical computation, optimization and visualization. In this intermediate tutorial we will illustrate how to implement some basic statistical models in …more
Are you uncertain about your major or career path? If so, you are not alone.
Join fellow freshmen and sophomores for this fun and informative four-part workshop. Utilize free self-assessment tools that will help you evaluate your interests, skills, personality, and work values, and assess how they relate to academic and career fields.
Participation in all four workshops is required. Sessions …more
Bob Connelly, Adjunct Professor in WGSS & Research Manager for the National Geographic Channel, presents the half hour documentary "Gay Pioneers" about the first homosexual pickets at the White House in the 1960s. After the documentary viewing, there will be a Q&A period.
PEERS (Peer Educators for the Elimination of Relationship and Sexual Violence) will be hosting a panel as part of the Domestic Violence Awareness Month programming. It will feature people who work with various aspects of intimate partner violence both on AU's campus and in the DC community.
InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship welcomes all graduate students in the Washington DC area. We meet on a weekly basis on campus to discuss a variety of topics related to being a Christian. Everyone is welcome, from lifelong Christians to people who aren't sure what they are.
The American Dream Student Group is committed to working to promote the voices of undocumented youth, and the consideration of their position in our national society, within the academic discourse, institutional policies, and the collective awareness of the faculty and student body at American University. We seek undocu-equality, undocu-literacy, and undocu-sensitivity on campus.
We are having a Halloween spectacular to celebrate the excellence that is the University College Program, brought to you live by the University College Program Associates. Come eat some excellent food and enjoy the scary ghouls and goblins that will be lurking the halls of Anderson Hall when this extravaganza comes to life. We will see Tuesday, October 29 in Anderson Hall from 8pm-11pm, check …more
Talea Ensemble Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center Tickets: $10 regular admission, $5 AU community and seniorsPurchase tickets online at american.tix.com or call 202-885-ARTS
A concert of new works exploring music-science connections from fractals to geology. This concert is made possible through a generous gift from Music alumna Joanna Driggs.
Music–the Brain's Software® Jerzy Sapieyevski, pianist and composer Dr. Joel M. Oster, MD, Lahey Clinic, Boston Monday, November 4, 7:30 p.m. Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center Tickets: $20 regular admission, $10 AU community and seniors Purchase tickets online at american.tix.com or call 202-885-ARTS
Dr. Joel M. Oster, MD, neurologist and violinist, will discuss fascinating …more
The American University Public Relations Student Society of America and the American University Social Media Club present The HyperNetwork, a panel discussion and networking event of epic proportions. Networking has changed - are you ready?
Choreolab 2013: The Next Movement Brian Devine, artistic director Wednesday, November 6, 8 p.m. Harold and Sylvia Greenberg Theatre Tickets: $5 general admission Purchase tickets online at american.tix.com or call 202-885-ARTS
The culmination of a two-month mentored creative process, American University's student choreographers present this exciting evening of concert dance featuring an array of …more
The fourth annual conference continues to build on the legacy of feminist art-historical scholarship and pedagogy initiated by Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard at American University.
Conference events begin with Friday afternoon paper panels, an opening reception, and the keynote address given by renowned scholar Patricia Simons, professor in the History of Art and Women's Studies, University …more
AU Habitat officers and club members will be giving out information concerning the SNAP challenge that we are conducting this semester. We will be tabling on the quad and participation in the SNAP challenge is open to all students, staff, and faculty. Come and learn why you should participate in the SNAP challenge and contribute towards helping AU Habitat to help others.
Moving Beyond the Contemporary: AU Chorus and AU Symphony Orchestra Yaniv Dinur, conductor and director of orchestral activities Daniel Abraham, director of choral activities Sunday, November 10, 4 p.m. National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Ave, NW Washington, DC Tickets: $15 regular admission, $10 AU community and seniors Purchase tickets online at american.tix.com or call …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.
Spring 2014 priority registration for undergraduate students begins. Payment due December 18, 2013
Undergraduate transfer spring 2014 semester admission application deadline for students living in the United States