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Solar eclipse

On Campus ·

Get Ready! AU Great American Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

Viewing party on quad on April 8 celebrates an out-of-this-world event
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Swedish flag against a blue background

International ·

Feminist Foreign Policy and the EU: Can the US Support Such a Policy?

What are the implications of Sweden's recent revocation of its feminist foreign policy for transatlantic relations?
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The tour group in the National Gallery of Art's foyer, in front of the fountain.

Tours ·

Hermitage on the Potomac tour of the Smithsonian's National Gallery of Art

90-minute tour of the National Gallery's newly-renovated Renaissance area focused on 15 paintings Mellon bought from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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Jordan Matsudaira

Department Spotlight ·

5 Questions with Jordan Matsudaira

Professor Joins SPA Faculty from the U.S. Department of Education
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Kay Spiritual Life Center. Photo by Jeff Watts.

On Campus ·

Modeling Civil Dialogue about Complex Issues

PERIL hosted a conversation on March 20 about how to address antisemitism, Islamophobia, and other forms of hate.
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Fatima Torres

Alumni ·

“Try Everything”: How One SPA Masters Student Kicked Off Not Just Any Career, But the Right One

Fatima Torres (SPA, MA`24) leveraged a prestigious internship at The Lab @ DC into a full-time job in civic design.
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Alisyn Camerota Combat Love American University

Communications ·

CNN Anchor Alisyn Camerota to Share New Book at AU

"Combat Love" is a personal reflection on adolescence and the evolution of Camerota’s relationship with her mother.
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Attendees at the 2024 Celebration of Scholatships luncheon.

Alumni ·

Gathering in Community to Celebrate Scholarships

The 2024 Celebration of Scholarships marked an annual moment for scholarship recipients and donors to meet, mingle, and connect.
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Kogod Infuses AI Throughout Curriculum

Announcement ·

Kogod School of Business Infuses Artificial Intelligence Throughout Curriculum

Kogod’s Proactive AI Education Framework Prepares Students for a Competitive and Changing Job Market
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From left: SOC professor Sherri Williams and her students are producing work that will have the potential to be published in the Nation later this year. Photo by Shaun Schroth.

Communications ·

Speaking to the Nation

SOC professor Sherri Williams’ class partnership with the magazine is a win for both experiential learning and journalism.
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