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Science ·

For Julian Urrutia-Carter, Grad School Leads to New Start, Biotech Career

Research Fellow at Smithsonian National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute
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Technology ·

AI Without Borders

Outline of padlock fades into digital silhouette of face. Typography reads the digital revolution osints role in the digital age.

Technology ·

The Data Revolution: OSINT's Role in the Digital Age

Food spills out of a trash can. Photo from Getty.

Environment ·

Two Facts and a Fiction: Waste Not

CAS professorial lecturer and RECIPES fellow Kristine Beran on wasted food, which reaches a peak during the holiday season.
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Mark Freedman of Facilities Management explains how the heating plant operates.

Environment ·

Facilities Management Marks ENERGY STAR Day with a Heating Plant Tour

Facilities Management partners with Office of Sustainability to show staff and faculty AU's energy-saving heating plant
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Professor Casey Cook conducting AU Chorus during rehearsal. Photo: Olivia Bloch

Environment ·

Intertwining Roots: Collaborative, Antiracist Scholarship and the Environment

Two-day event promotes antiracist approaches to environmental work.
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Clock laying in fall leaves that are red and orange.

Science ·

Race Against the (Circadian) Clock

As the end of daylight saving time approaches, CAS professorial lecturer Brenda Chow discusses the impact of time changes on our health.
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Professor Diana Burley Speaking at the ITP Event

Technology ·

Third Year of Inclusive Technology Policy Award: A Conversation with AU Vice Provost for Research and Innovation Diana Burley

On October 30, American University celebrated Zach Tudor as this year’s recipient of AU’s Outstanding Inclusive Technology Policy Changemaker Award. We talked to Diana Burley, AU Vice Provost for Research and Innovation, about the award and its impact.
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Some of the reused light fittings that were diverted from waste.

Environment ·

A Bright Idea: Reducing Energy Through Material Reuse

AU reduces waste by reusing materials from demolition during recent tunnel renovation.
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From left: AU undergraduate Maxwell Downing, Dana Fisher, two Columbia University researchers and AU graduate student Caitlin Wiley take a photo at the March to End Fossil Fuels.

Environment ·

Taking the Temperature of Global Warming

SIS professor Dana Fisher and a team of researchers polled participants about climate change at the March to End Fossil Fuels.
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