Man in jacket and tie holding a violin

Music Library ·

Feature Fridays

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who discusses the works of Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas.
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montage of Fulbright scholars

Achievements ·

AU Celebrates Fulbright Scholars

The highly competitive Fulbright US Scholars Program honored 11 American University alumni and one PhD student with awards to carry out self-designed research projects or teach English during the 2020–2021 academic year.
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Television & Film ·

Jazz Musician and Faculty Member Mark G. Meadows Screens New Film

Students watch film and talk to filmmakers about issues of art, race, and activism
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Man in tuxedo stands on podium surrounded by orchestra members holding instruments

Music Library ·

Feature Fridays

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who discusses the works of Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.
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Henry Graves in front of computer

Research ·

‘The Boogaloo Ballad of Henry Graves’ Outlines Movement’s Tactics of Misinformation in COVID-19 Era

An animated video co-created by AU's Polarization and Extremism Innovation Lab seeks to educate viewers about the activities of the boogaloo movement.
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Mia Owens with Ohio resident working at a computer

Humanities ·

Fellowship Created for Studying History of Slavery in Washington, D.C.

Mia Owens is the inaugural fellow for a new, two-year Public History Graduate Fellowship in the History of Slavery and Its Legacies in Washington, D.C.
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Man in a suit and tie with glasses

Student Life ·

Feature Fridays

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who discusses the works of Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera.
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Light beams shining through a prism

Science ·

Light, Sound, Action: PHYS 200 Turns Twenty

From the physics of stage lights to the use of color in political ads, AU's PHYS 200 Light, Sound, Action course teaches students to solve real-world problems through the principles of physics.
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International ·

Report Finds at Least 37 Million People Displaced by by Post-9/11 US Wars

Professor David Vine and Public Anthropology Clinic students reveal hidden costs of wars.
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American University alumni Khalifa Said-al Mahmoud  talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Alumni ·

Historic Moment Between Netanyahu and Former AU Student

Former AU student Khalifa Said-al Mahmoud, who now is a representative of the United Arab Emirates, talks peace with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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Day of Service in Rendville, Ohio, with the Rendville Historic Preservation Society and the Southeast Ohio History Center. Mia Owens works with a Rendville resident to digitize documents and photographs. Credit: Ohio History Service Corps.

Humanities ·

Fellowship Created for Studying History of Slavery in Washington, D.C.

Mia Owens is the inaugural fellow for a new, two-year Public History Graduate Fellowship in the History of Slavery and Its Legacies.
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A screenshot from the animated video, The Boogaloo Ballad of Henry Graves.

Research ·

‘The Boogaloo Ballad of Henry Graves’ Outlines Movement’s Tactics of Misinformation in COVID-19 Era

Video will be tested for its ability to disrupt online radicalization
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Light passing through a prism

Science ·

Light, Sound, Action: PHYS 200 Turns Twenty

Interactive class cultivates passions and builds critical thinking and writing skills
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David Vine speaking.

International ·

Report Finds at Least 37 Million People Displaced by by Post-9/11 US Wars

Professor David Vine and Public Anthropology Clinic students reveal hidden costs of wars.
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American University alumni Khalifa Said-al Mahmoud  talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Alumni ·

Historic Moment Between Netanyahu and Former AU Student

Israeli prime minister calls former AU student Khalifa Said-al Mahmoud
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Renée Stout, Her Request Brought Back Memories from

Arts ·

AU Museum in Fall: Contested Space Explores Themes Relevant to Election of 2020

Art on view this fall explores themes around the global climate crisis, particularly water as a declining resource, immigration policies, and truth and illusion in public discourse.
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Glen Kwende

Achievements ·

PhD Candidate Glen Kwende Receives Grant for Economics Work

Focuses on workers’ bargaining power in the United States over time
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Donald Earl Collins

Achievements ·

Opening Eyes to Racism, African American Identity, and American Narcissism

Donald Earl Collins’ writing and teaching lives intersect in classroom and in prose
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Holton explores how food additives contribute to neurological symptoms. Here she is seen interviewing a research subject in Kenya for previous research on Kenyan villagers' struggle with chronic pain. Courtesy Kathleen Holton

Research ·

Research Reveals Insights into How a Diet Change Might Help U.S. Veterans with Gulf War Illness

The study, published in the journal Nutrients, details the experiments in a clinical trial of 40 veterans with GWI.
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