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Research ·

To Tweet or Not to Tweet: The Influence of Negative Rhetoric

SPA Researchers Examine Incivility in Congressional Tweets.
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Faded sign of radiation threat against the background of an abandoned antenna of a horizon radar station called "Duga." Chernobyl, Ukraine.

International ·

4 Questions about the Nuclear Threat during the Cold War Versus Today

SIS professor and former dean James Goldgeier answers questions about today’s nuclear threat versus that during similarly tense periods of the Cold War.
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Former Congressman Will Hurd discussed bipartisanship at the Sine Institute.

Government & Politics ·

Finding Bipartisanship in a Divided Nation

Former Congressman Will Hurd talks about bridging the gap in the political divisions in the US.
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A woman dressed in traditional Emirati clothing stands at the center of a volumetric capture studio stage

Research ·

Sharing History & Heritage Through a New Medium

The American University of Sharjah project bringing the past to life
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Students walking around the AU Quad

On Campus ·

Student Guide to Staying Healthy and Well at AU

Health and wellness resources and advice from fellow CAS students
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Bob Dylan plays guitar in Hamburg, Germany. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons license.

Research ·

Summer Scholars Funding Enables Unique Research

AU's Summer Scholars and Artists Research Fellowship provides funding to help students conduct research.
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The first supervisors academy aims to build a culture of belonging and thriving.

On Campus ·

Piloting a Program That Betters How AU Works

AU's first supervisors academy aims to build a culture of belonging and thriving.
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Ambassador Piper Campbell rides a crazy horse in Mongolia

International ·

Ambassador Piper Campbell Takes the Helm of USFP and GGPS Graduate Programs

This summer, Ambassador Piper Campbell began her new role as the administrative director of the Global Governance, Politics, and Security (GGPS) and the US Foreign Policy and National Security (USFP) graduate programs at SIS.
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title slide for book review of this is how they tell me the world ends

Technology ·

Book Review - This is How They Tell Me the World Ends

A book review of This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyber Weapons Arms Race by Nicole Perlroth (London, UK: Bloomberg Publishing, 2021).
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Professor Heng Xu with a Rubik's Cube

Technology ·

Building Bridges: Redefining Corporate Social Responsibility Through AI

Kogod School of Business professor Heng Xu is redefining corporate social responsibility through her work in artificial intelligence and more.
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