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March 21, 2013

LIT 106--College Writing (Wooten) --West

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

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LIT 101 College Writing --Wooton--West

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Host: University Library

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Become a Career Center Peer Advisor

Be 1 of 5 exceptional student Career Center peer advisors for the 2013-2014 academic year and earn a competitive hourly wage. Peer Advisors are trained to assist students with the job and internship search process and present information on career-related topics. Join current peer advisors at an information session on Thursday, March 21, 12:00-1:00 p.m. or …more

Type: Information Session

Host: Career Center

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Introduction to Collaborate

Type: Workshop

Host: University Library

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Learn how to create instant bibliographies while searching online catalogs and databases with this popular citation management software, which interacts with your word processing software to make paper writing and citing easier.

Note: It is preferable for participants to bring a laptop with EndNote already downloaded. Download directions are here: http://subjectguides.library.american.edu/endnote

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Host: University Library

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This is part two of the How to be Competitive in the U.S. Market Workshop Series, designed for international students interested in finding employment in the United States. This interactive workshop will teach you specific techniques for searching for H-1B visa sponsoring employers, help you develop and practice networking skills in preparation for the up-coming Job and Internship Fair, and …more

Type: Workshop

Host: Career Center

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The Career Center will host the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for an information session for graduate students within the School of Public Affairs on Thursday, March 21, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., in MGC 247.

The NIH is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and is the nation's medical research agency, but you don’t have to be a scientist to contribute to improving the health of …more

Type: Information Session

Host: Career Center

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Introduction and launch of the new Peace Corps Archive, to be housed at American University.

Type: Reception

Host: University Library

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This is a great class for those new to AU or for those who might need a refresher on the basics of library research. Learn how to use AU's SearchBox, the AU library catalog, and how to gain access to AU's 400+ subscription databases. In this session, you will learn how to locate books, renew books online, and request books and articles from other libraries.

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Host: University Library

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Come learn about the Truman, Udall, and Goldwater Scholarships and how to apply for a university nomination Thursday, March 21, 5:30-7pm in MGC 247. Stephen Bronskill, a former Udall Scholar and Truman finalist, will join Office of Merit Awards advisors in presenting this session.

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation awards $30,000 towards a graduate degree leading to a career in the …more

Type: Information Session

Host: Office of Merit Awards

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Information Literacy Session for Jocelyn McCarthy's Honors English Class, Lit 131

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

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AU Abroad meeting for Program Assistant and Graduate Assistants

Type: Meeting

Host: AU Abroad

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Provost Operational Council

Type: Meeting

Host: Office of the Provost

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World Languages and Cultures Department's Annual Colloquium on French/Francophone and German Studies. Guest speakers will be from area Universities and outside and will speak on how the Romantic Movement is reflected in literature, music and film.

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: College of Arts and Sciences

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Host: University Library

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