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First Person ·

AU Hosts Arts, Social Healing, and Restorative Justice Colloquium

The AU community gathered for a day of dialogue to reflect on the relationship between art and social and restorative justice. It was the university’s first colloquium on Creativity and Innovation for Social Healing & Restorative Justice.
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Announcement ·

Top Five Reasons Math is the New Trend for the Info Security and Cybersecurity Field

If you want to become a leader in today’s growing field of information security and cybersecurity, look no further than American University’s master’s degree in Mathematics of Information and Security.
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Science ·

What Can a Small Worm Teach Us About Climate Adaptation?

Genome of the Devil Worm has been sequenced.
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Research ·

The Hard Questions: Center Will Confront Pressing Issues in Higher Ed

Provost Emeritus Scott Bass and Professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss will lead a new research-based center.
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Alumni ·

Kicking Stigma: Former AU Soccer Player Talks Sports Psychology Research

Carly Perry, CAS/BA ’18, is starting a PhD program in England, where she’ll research mental health challenges facing women’s soccer players.
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Arts ·

AU Museum Late Fall Exhibits Open

Late fall shows at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center will open Nov. 9 and close Dec. 15.
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Alumni ·

Alumna Named Executive Director of Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra

AU alumna Jessica Mallow (MA arts management ’16) will lead the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (KSO) as its executive director, as the organization prepares to enter its 100th anniversary season.
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On Campus ·

AU’s Premed Program Hosts Stop the Bleed Workshop

The only thing more tragic than a death by bleeding is a death that could have been prevented. AU’s Premed Program, Phi Delta Epsilon, and Children’s National Medical Center, joined forces to host their first Stop the Bleed workshop at AU.
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Announcement ·

Combined Gift Supports Community on American University’s East Campus

A gift bolsters AU’s educational mission on a key part of its Northwest D.C. campus and furthers AU’s momentum. AU will name Congressional Hall and its lobby on East Campus the Marc N. Duber and Nancy E. Duber Hall and Stuart and Wilma Bernstein Lobby.
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Announcement ·

Center for Israel Studies Hosts Conference on Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel

Scholars, activists, and refugees will gather at American University on Sunday and Monday, Nov. 10-11, for a public conference focused on refugees and asylum seekers in Israel.
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