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Fans in Bender Arena gather around recycling bins, with Clawed joining in

Environment ·

Men's Basketball Hosts Sustainability Game Night

Join fans on Monday night to celebrate basketball and sustainability
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In his new book, Daniel Fiorino, distinguished executive in residence at the American University School of Public Affairs, argues that policymakers need to protect the environment if they want the economy to grow in the long-term.

Environment ·

A Good Life on a Finite Earth: The Political Economy of Green Growth

In his new book, Daniel Fiorino, distinguished executive in residence at the American University School of Public Affairs, argues that policymakers need to protect the environment if they want the economy to grow in the long-term.
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Professor Ken Conca in a desert of Kidron Valley, in the Middle East.

Environment ·

SIS professor works to build global environmental peace

Professor Ken Conca, an expert on water and environmental peacebuilding, discusses his work and upcoming Al-Moumin Award and Distinguished Lecture on Environmental Peacebuilding.
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McKinley Building Exterior

Environment ·

American University Uses Innovative Software To Boost Energy Savings

Data collected is used to bring about significant reduction in building’s energy costs and carbon footprint
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Human brain with cerebellum highlighted in yellow and orange.

Science ·

New Autism Research Highlights Brain Circuit of Interest

A new study on autism, first-authored by Associate Professor of Psychology Catherine Stoodley, appears as the December cover story of the journal Nature Neuroscience.
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John Morada (left) and students hold up letters that spell out 'Google'.

Technology ·

East Coast Students Learn West Coast Innovation

Led by AU alumnus John Morada, six AU computer science students learn about technological innovation on a tour of Silicon Valley.
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A zebra finch perched.

Science ·

A New Role for Estrogen: Protecting the Brain

AU Professor Colin Saldanha’s research on songbirds reveals estrogen’s role in preventing neuroinflammation in response to illness.
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SEA Semester students deploy the water sampling carousel from the science deck of the SSV Robert C. Seamans.

Science ·

Finding My Way at SEA

Environmental science student Sergio Morales, Jr. discusses his experience of studying abroad with the Sea Education Association.
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Alexandra Wold (left) and Zach Waldron (right) explain their NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center space weather research.

Science ·

Seeing the Light

February 24, 2017, over seventy middle school students from DC Public Schools participated in the first annual American University Optics Olympiad in the Mary Graydon Center.
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Biotechnology student Michelle Biederman working in the lab.

Science ·

Biologists, Business Execs and Everything in Between

As the biotechnology industry continues to grow, it is in need of skillful and knowledgeable scientists with innovative ideas.
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