Kathryn Ee-Ling Lou's Dissertation Defense in Psychology
Watkins Classroom 110
Kathryn Ee-Ling Lou will defend her dissertation on October 30, 2013 from 10:00 am-1:00 pm. The title of her dissertation is: "Predicting Interpersonal Problems of Inpatient Adolescents: Impact of Family, Psychosocial and School Influences."
The committee members are:.
James Gray, Ph.D. Chair David Haaga, Ph.D. Mitchell Hugonnet, Ph.D. Andrew Wawryzniak, Ph.D.
AU Habitat officers and club members will be holding a henna tattoo fundraiser on the quad open to all students, staff, and faculty. Come and get a cool henna tattoo designed on your face or arm and contribute towards helping AU Habitat to help others.
Please visit the City Gate, Inc. information table on Wednesday, October 30, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in MGC Lobby.
City Gate, Inc. is an urban ministry in Washington, DC, seeking to open doors of opportunity, empowerment, and friendship. Their primary focus is on children and their families in Washington, DC. They are currently seeking students for a variety of internship opportunities.
Join us today for Intermediate R. R is a powerful programming language, which has become the standard tool for statistical analysis in many professional and academic areas. Introductory understanding of R is needed for this training. In this intermediate level workshop we will cover the basic statistical model libraries available to researchers. You can expect to learn more about: summary ...more
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.
The seminar series will not be held over Spring Break (March 12th). Join us on March 19th as Garance ...more
This interactive workshop will look at the fundamentals of proposal writing in the context of a successful funding strategy. It will examine the process of matching a project to a potential funder's interests and presenting it in the most effective way.
How to be Successful, Fulfilled, and Highly Productive with Chris Palmer
The Gianni Room (MGC 200)
The demands of class, homework, internships, and relationships can be stressful and overwhelming. How can you be successful, fulfilled, and highly productive while balancing competing demands? Find out how in this fun and interactive workshop led by Professor Chris Palmer where you will acquire skills and techniques to be happy, balanced, and energized, despite a hectic campus life.
AU Dumbledore's Army is having a Halloween Feast for the second meeting of the year to start planning fundraisers and events for the upcoming spring semester, as well as eating and doing various activities.
In collaboration with Centennial Hall, Eco-Sense is excited to host this "Take Back the Tap Campaign" event! The event will feature stations for students to learn about the reasons to choose tap water over bottled water. Once students complete the stations, they will receive free gift from DC Water!
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
4th Feminist Art History Conference Keynote Speaker
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
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
A variety of economic policy actions have reduced major risks and stabilized financial conditions in the Euro Area, although growth in the periphery is still constrained by credit bottlenecks. The region is expected to gradually pull out of recession, with growth reaching 1 percent in 2014, following GDP contractions in both 2012 and this year. However, financial reforms remain unfinished; the ...more
The Alan Meltzer CEO Leadership Speaker Series - The Music Industry in the Digital Age
Join the Kogod School of Business in welcoming Steve Greenberg as the keynote speaker for The Alan Meltzer CEO Leadership Speaker Series, November 12 at 4 p.m. in the Kogod Student Lounge.
Greenberg is an AU alum (SIS/BA '82), a Grammy Award-winning record producer, and the founder of S-Curve Records. He is credited with discovering Joss Stone, the Jonas Brothers, and Hanson, and launched the ...more
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