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Registration for the 28th Ann Ferren Conference is Now Open
The Center for Teaching, Research and Learning invites all faculty to the 28th Annual Ann Ferren Conference on Teaching, Research and Learning on Friday, January 13th, 2017, in the Mary Graydon Center. Graduate students and staff are also welcome to attend. This year’s conference features a breakfast with thematic group discussions; 47 pedagogical, research, and technology sessions; a luncheon; a plenary session; and a dessert reception concluding the conference. To learn more and to register, please visit the website below.

Sponsor: Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning

Contact: Anna Olsson, aolsson@american.edu, 2028856077

Web: http://www.american.edu/ctrl/conference.cfm

Academics » Academic Support

Drop-In Tutoring Day on Sunday, December 11, 10 AM-5 PM in MGC 3, 4, & 5
The ASAC is hosting the Drop-In Tutoring Day on Sunday, December 11th from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM in MGC 3, 4, & 5. This is open to all students and no appointment is needed. Drop-in tutoring is available for the following subjects: ACCT 240, ACCT 241, BIO 110, CHEM 110, CHEM 310, ECON 100, ECON 200, FIN 365, MATH 150, MATH 151, MATH 170, MATH 221, SISU 300, STAT 202. Writing counselors will also be available for all courses. Bring your questions, study guides, sample quizzes, and past homework problems. Coffee and snacks will be available!

Sponsor: Academic Support and Access Center

Contact: Academic Support and Access Center, asac@american.edu, 2028853360

Web: http://www.american.edu

Academics » Academics

Call for Papers: The Public Purpose Journal
Whether you have a research paper, policy memo, topical note, or some kind of thing we don’t even know about yet, we want to read it! We are calling for submissions to the 2017 Public Purpose Journal from any graduate student within the School of Public Affairs. This includes Masters and PhD students from the departments Government, Justice Law & Criminology, Political Communications and Public Administration & Policy. The final deadline is January 3, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST.

Sponsor: School of Public Affairs

Contact: Maria Manuella Pache de Athayde, ma2080a@student.american.edu

Web: https://thepublicpurpose.com/

Dissertation Proposal Defense by Talia Leszczyszyn
Economics Doctoral Candidate Talia Leszczyszyn will defend her dissertation proposal, "Three Essays on Credit Card Debt" on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 9AM in MCK 113. The public is invited to attend

Sponsor: Department of Economics

Contact: Ashley Noe, noe@american.edu, 2028853770

Academics » College of Arts and Sciences

"Undeclared Wars with Israel: East Germany and the West German Far Left, 1967-1989" Dec. 5, 7:00 PM
University of Maryland Professor Dr. Jeffrey Herf, will discuss his new book, "Undeclared Wars with Israel: East Germany and the West German Far Left, 1967-1989."

Free with rsvp. Dessert Reception following talk.

Location: Butler Pavilion (Butler Boardroom), 6th Floor, from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. RSVP Required:

Web Link: http://tinyurl.com/HerfAU

For more information, contact: 202-885-3780 or cutler@american.edu.

Sponsor: Center for Israel Studies

Contact: Laura Cutler, cutler@american.edu, 2028853780

Web: http://tinyurl.com/HerfAU

AU Dance Company Auditions
AU/DC auditions for Spring Dance Concert will be on Saturday, December 3 in Katzen Dance Studio (152) from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM. Warm-Up will be from 11:30 AM-12 PM and the audition will run from 12-1:30 PM. Register now at http://tinyurl.com/AUDCAudition

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

Contact: Britta Peterson, bjp@american.edu

Web: http://tinyurl.com/AUDCAudition

AU Dance Level Placement
AU Dance Program's Spring Level Placement will take place on Saturday, December 3. The schedule for placements is: 9-9:30 AM - Registration & Warm-Up, 9:30-10 AM - Tap Placement, 10-11:30AM - Ballet/Modern/Jazz Placement.

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

Contact: Britta J. Peterson, bjp@american.edu

Dissertation Defense by T.S. Tuang Buansing
Economics Doctoral candidate T.S. Tuang Buansing will defend his dissertation, "Interval Estimation: An Information-Theoretic Approach" on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 10:00AM in Kreeger 100.
The public is invited to attend.

Sponsor: Department of Economics

Contact: Ashley Noe, noe@american.edu, 2028853770

Dissertation Proposal Defense by Alex Woodward
Economics doctoral candidate Alex Woodward will defend his dissertation proposal "Three Essays on Qualified Census Tracts: Data, Methodology, and Evaluation" on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 1:00PM in Kreeger 100. The public is invited to attend

Sponsor: Department of Economics

Contact: Ashley Noe, econ@american.edu, 2028853770

Dissertation Proposal Defense by Ariane Volk
Economics doctoral candidate Ariane Volk will defend her dissertation proposal, "Three Essays on Poverty, Inequality, and Health” on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 2:30PM in MGC 323. The public is invited to attend.

Sponsor: Department of Economics

Contact: Ashley Noe, noe@american.edu, 2028853770

Dissertation Proposal Defense by Talia Leszczyszyn
Economics Doctoral Candidate Talia Leszczyszyn will defend her dissertation proposal, "Three Essays on Credit Card Debt" on Thursday, December 9, 2016 at 9AM in EQB 14. The public is invited to attend

Sponsor: Department of Economics

Contact: Ashley Noe, econ@american.edu, 2028853770

“Global Israel: Italy” at Embassy of Italy on Tuesday, December 6, 6:00-8:00 PM
American University’s Center for Israel Studies in cooperation with the Embassy of Italy cordially invite AU students and AU faculty/staff to a discussion on Italian-Israeli relations with Italian and Israeli diplomats. Light dinner reception following discussion. RSVP required (link below): space limited. Location: Embassy of Italy, 3000 Whitehaven St. NW, Washington, DC 20008, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
For more information, contact: 202-885-3780 or cutler@american.edu

Sponsor: Center for Israel Studies

Contact: Laura Cutler, cutler@american.edu, 2028853780

Web: http://www.american.edu/cas/israelstudies/rsvp/rsvp2.cfm

Academics » School of International Service

Citizen Journalism, Disability and Civic Inclusion: Self-Empowerment by Marginalized Voices
6 December, 12:00 - 1:30pm, SIS Room 300

Join the AU Institute on Disability and Public Policy (IDPP) for the concluding session of our weekly fall seminar series next Tuesday from 12:00-1:30 PM in SIS Room 300. The series brings together AU faculty, students and staff, as well as the DC policy community and experts around the world through in-person and virtual participation. This week's session will be facilitated by Dr. Einar Thorsen and Dr. Daniel Jackson of Bournemouth University.

Sponsor: School of International Service

Contact: Schyler Neale, schylerneale@gmail.com

Web: http://www.idppglobal.org/events/seminar-series

Academics » School of Public Affairs

Call for Proposals: 8th Annual Key Executive Leadership Conference
Key Executive Leadership Programs is seeking proposals for concurrent sessions at the 8th Annual Key Executive Leadership Conference on May 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. The conference is attended by more than 200 participants from federal government agencies, consulting firms, and higher education institutions. Attendees enhance their leadership repertoire and skills at this event through keynote speakers, concurrent sessions, and networking. Apropos of the change in administration, this year’s conference theme is transition and the sub themes are learning and culture. Proposals due by 1/6.

Sponsor: Key Executive Leadership Programs

Contact: Mary Margaret Herman, mmherman@american.edu, 2028853675

Web: http://www.american.edu/spa/key/Key-Conference.cfm

Register Now for PUAD-685-003 "Qualitative Methods" Spring 2017 Course
This Spring 2017 course is taught on Wednesdays from 5:30pm – 8:00pm by Dr. Derek Hyra. Qualitative methods are extremely useful in building theory and conducting policy implementation evaluations. This course will teach students the various skills needed to collect qualitative research, conduct participant observation, and interview in an urban community setting. This course is relevant to all graduate students who are interested in understanding, through course readings as well as experiential learning, how to conduct qualitative research.

Sponsor: Department of Public Administration and Policy

Contact: Jessica Townsend, Jessicat@american.edu, 2028852316

Communications » Call for Participants

Research Participants Wanted -- PAID STUDY! Earn $5
The Emotions and Positive Psychology Laboratory at AU is recruiting individuals to participate in a study investigating how people describe emotions and life events. Participants will be asked to write about life events and fill out questionnaires. Participants will earn $5 for taking part in the study. Participation will take approximately 45 minutes. Eligibility requirements: AU student, Age 18+, English is the first language you learned (Native English speaker). There are a limited number of opportunities available. You must be available to participate sometime during 12/10-12/13.

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Emily Farr M.A., ef0108a@american.edu

Communications » University-Sponsored Campus-Wide Events

Informal Authority in India's Urban Slums
India's demographic shift to cities has been accompanied by a number of pressing governance and development challenges. Join us for this coffee chat with CRS Professor Adam Auerbach and learn about his most recent research in India.

Sponsor: Comparative and Regional Studies Program

Contact: Caleb Schmotter, crs@american.edu, 2028851760

Web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/informal-authority-in-indias-urban-slums-tickets-29482499951

Life@AU » Alternative Breaks

Ghosts of War: The Untold History of Vietnam Film Screening
Join us on Monday, December 5th in AU's Gianni Lounge (MGC 200) for a film screening on the untold history of United States, the Vietnam War. We will show episode 7 of Oliver Stone and Professor Peter Kuznick's series The Untold History of the United States-- Vietnam, LBJ, Nixon & Third World: Reversal of Fortune. After watching the episode we will join together for a group discussion and reflection.

Sponsor: International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program

Contact: Andrea Snyder, as9066a@student.american.edu

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1841403792738176/

Life@AU » Clubs and Organizations

SUB, KPU & AASU present Slam Poet Kit Yan
Please join SUB, KPU, and AASU for a slam poetry performance by Kit Yan on Dec. 3rd! The event will be in Kay Chapel at 7PM, doors open at 6:30. His award-winning slam poetry show "Queer Heartache" explores his life as a queer, transgender, and Asian American through stories about family, love, and social justice.

Also co-sponsoring the event are AU Queers & Allies, the Hawaii Club, and the South East Asian Student Network (SEANET).

Sponsor: Asian American Student Union

Contact: Andrea Lin, al8969a@student.american.edu

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1363712180314045/

Student Historical Society Study Break: December 7
Join the Student Historical Society for a study break December 7 at 7:30 pm in the Battelle Atrium. Exam seasons is incredibly stressful, so join us for an evening of snacks, board games, and episodes of the Liberty Kids. Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you all next Wednesday.

Sponsor: Department of History

Contact: Phillip Colon, studenthistoricalsociety@gmail.com

USPWC: "Working in the Public Sector in Post-Election America"
Join the U.S. Pakistan Women's Council Student Chapter on December 8th in SIS 300 from 6-8 pm for "Working in the Public Sector in Post-Election America: A Conversation with Muslim Women from the Hill to the State Department"

Panelists will speak on their experience working as a Muslim woman working in the public sector as well as share their hopes and concerns about being Muslim under the new administration. The panel will be followed by a Q&A discussion.

Please message us on Facebook or email at uspwcau@gmail.com with any questions/concerns or accommodation for disabilities.

Sponsor: US-Pakistan Women's Council: Student Chapter

Contact: Mahnoor Hussain, mh5295a@student.american.edu

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1684728355170710/

Life@AU » Community Service

Care Packages for the Troops De-stress Event
Stop by “Care Packages for the Troops” hosted by SIS Undergraduate Council on Thursday, December 8th in SIS 102 at 7 p.m.! De-stress before finals while supporting our troops overseas. Create holiday cards and small care-packages while enjoying cookies and holiday music! Materials will be provided but donations are welcome.

Sponsor: School of International Service

Contact: Delpha Carpenter, sisinvolvement@gmail.com

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1629242677369491/

Eagle Endowment Visibility Survey
The Eagle Endowment is an organization on campus that helps provide seed money for students to turn their ideas into action. We're looking for a way to better reach students that would be interested in our grants. Anyone that could take this short survey below would really help us out! Thank you!!

Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service

Contact: Saagar Gupta, eagleendowment@american.edu

Web: https://goo.gl/forms/6DpCPsb8czdRPJuo1

WANT $$? APPLY FOR A MLK “I HAVE A DREAM” GRANT BY DEC. 2
You came to AU to make a difference in the world right? If you have an idea that will impact the AU/D.C. community but need funds to get started, then apply for an Eagle Endowment Grant! Students receive up to $1,000 to work on a project or with a local agency of their choice! We’ll support your vision and turn it into meaningful action. All Undergrad and Grad students, as well as any clubs/organizations, are eligible to apply. MLK Grant Proposals are due Friday, December 2nd. Visit the Eagle Endowment website, (tiny.cc/Eagle_Endowment), for more information. Apply below (it’s only 1pg!)

Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service

Contact: Saagar Gupta, EagleEndowment@american.edu, 7277443666

Web: https://goo.gl/forms/j2vkMPrFyWOAqhni2

Life@AU » Religious Life

A Service of Hope: Interfaith Chapel Services - Decmeber 7
At a time of anxiety and fear, hope is a powerful ally. Join the interfaith community of the Kay Spiritual Life Center for our monthly chapel service, Wednesday, December 7, at noon in the Kay Chapel. We will be looking at what the different religious traditions have to say about hope. Everyone is welcome to attend regardless of religious affiliation or lack thereof.

Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life Center

Contact: Rev. Mark Schaefer, schaef@american.edu, 202-885-3336

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/345403009157134/

Life@AU » Student Governance

Finals Relief
Study, Recharge, and Celebrate your way through finals week. The GLC is pleased to offer graduate students FREE on-site therapeutic 15-minute massages. Feel free to stop by our offices to take advantage of this opportunity. We kindly ask that you bring with you your student ID for verification purposes.

Location: Graduate Research Center in the University Library

Access Two Ways:
· SIS Building: Terrace (when SIS Building is open) or garage P1 level
· Bender Library: Lower Level (when Library is open)

Dates: Wed 11/30 through Thurs 12/08

More info in link below:

Sponsor: Graduate Leadership Council

Contact: Maria Beltran, mb4411a@student.american.edu

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1745524442438088/

President » Cabinet Memos

Faculty and Staff Holiday Reception -- December 15, 2016
President Neil Kerwin and Ann Kerwin cordially invite all faculty and staff to American University’s annual holiday reception on Thursday, December 15 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. in Bender Arena. Savory hors d’oeuvres and dessert buffet will be served. Please join the AU community as we support two local charities. We will be collecting donations of beans and rice for DC Central Kitchen and new, unwrapped toys for Marine Corps Toys for Tots.

Sponsor: Office of the President

Contact: Jonathon Sorge, sorge@american.edu, 2028852159

Work@AU » AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Brown Bag Wellness Workshop on Dec. 7th: Just Breathe Out - Basic Stress Management for the Holidays
Are you feeling overwhelmed this holiday season? Join AhealthyU and AU alum, Betsy Thomason, as she shares her research on a breathing technique to promote health and manage stress this holiday season and beyond. Thomason will cover the basic science of breathing, demonstrate the power of outbreath for relaxation, and engage attendees in learning the BreatheOutDynamic system. This session is on Wed, Dec 7th from 12-1pm in Butler Boardroom. Light lunch provided. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions to register through AsuccessfulU.
oints to AhealthyU Game players, ask for your 1 point stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/workshops.cfm

Brown Bag Wellness Workshop on Dec. 7th: Just Breathe Out - Basic Stress Management for the Holidays
Are you feeling overwhelmed this holiday season? Join AhealthyU and AU alum, Betsy Thomason, as she shares her research on a breathing technique to promote health and manage stress this holiday season and beyond. Thomason will cover the basic science of breathing, demonstrate the power of outbreath for relaxation, and engage attendees in learning the BreatheOutDynamic system. This session is on Wed, Dec 7th from 12-1pm in Butler Boardroom. Light lunch provided. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions to register through AsuccessfulU. Points to AhealthyU Game Players: Ask for your 1 point stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/workshops.cfm

Register Cooking Demo: Passage to India - Keep Warm with Curry this Winter
As the days get shorter and cooler, curl up inside with a bowl of delicious Indian curry! Join AhealthyU on Friday, December 9th from 12 – 1 pm in MGC 3 – 4 (first floor) to learn how to cook Indian curry. Chefs from AU Dining will share some of their favorite recipes and cooking techniques. Light lunch and food samples will be provided. Registration is required. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions on how to register through AsuccessfulU. Points Game players ask for your 1 pt stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/workshops.cfm

Register for AhealthyU Recharge | Meditation for Mental Clarity and Insight
Is your mind flooded with the chaos of this holiday season? Meditation can help develop a greater sense of calm, concentration and emotional balance. Dr. Celine-Marie Pascale, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, has over 20 years of meditation training and will provide a practical everyday guide to increase mental sharpness and quality of life so we can be joyful this holiday season! Join us for this session on Monday, December 12 in MGC 5. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions on how to register through AsuccessfulU. Points Game players ask for your 1 pt stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/ahealthyu/recharge.cfm

Seated Massage Available for Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff, relieve stress and tension with a 15- or 30-minute seated massage. All services provided by a licensed massage therapist. Available by appointment Wednesday, December 14th, from 11:00am to 2:00pm, in MGC 203-205. Cost is $15 for 15 minutes or $30 for 30 minutes. Book your appointment online today at www.infinitemassage.com. Be sure to register using your @american.edu e-mail address. Points game players, ask for your 1 pt stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://american.edu/hr/Massage.cfm

Sign Up for Seated Massage Available for Faculty and Staff Wednesday, Dec. 14
Faculty and staff, relieve stress and tension with a 15- or 30-minute seated massage. All services are provided by a licensed massage therapist. Available by appointment Wednesday, December 14th, from 11:00am to 2:00pm, in MGC 203-205. Cost is $15 for 15 minutes or $30 for 30 minutes. Book your appointment online today at www.infinitemassage.com. Be sure to register using your @american.edu e-mail address. Points to AhealthyU Game players, ask for your 1 pt stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah Tasman, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://american.edu/hr/Massage.cfm

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Indoor Track at Navy Invite (MEN)

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Swimming & Diving at ECAC Winter Championships

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Swimming & Diving at USS SC Nationals

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Wrestling at Las Vegas Invitational

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 A new photographic mural The Studio: a place of uncertainty, ambiguity, where harmony emerges out of disorder, by Carol Brown Goldberg will be on view in the Kreeger Lobby by the museum beginning November 12.
Photo by Lee Stalsworth.

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Alex Katz: Black and White explores the artist's lifelong interest in stripping color out of his prints, and his attempt to replace sensual pleasure with intellectual design. Design versus color has been an artistic debate that goes back to the Renaissance. Similar to the art of Renaissance Florence, Katz's prints are all about design, and are based on drawing, ideas, and the structure of things.

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Dolls have long functioned as playthings, magical dream keepers, and spiritual intermediaries. Join Melissa Ichiuji for a two-day doll-making workshop inspired by her exhibition Make You Love Me, on view in the Alper Initiative through December 18. Workshop participants will draw inspiration from personal history, memories, and desires, and then learn basic techniques for building armatures and …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Fee: $185.00

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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This exhibition explores the artistic career of pioneering feminist artist Martha Wilson and her work as Founder and Director of Franklin Furnace, a New York based non-profit arts organization that has been supporting avant-garde art since 1976. 
It is the 4th and final exhibition in Transformer's four-part Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? series, presented at AU over the past two years, a …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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The next exhibition by the Alper Initiative for Washington art features Melissa Ichiuji.
By its role and emotional density, the doll reminds us of the first objects that comforted us in childhood. For Melissa Ichiuji, it helped to renew the creative energies within the family space. The doll, with its suggestive and "rudimentary" shape, gives free rein to everyone’s imagination. Anthropomorphism …more

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Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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While Squeak Carnwath is primarily known as a painter, she has worked across many media. This exhibition highlights the unique surfaces and textures that each medium affords, while sharing the artist’s distinct visual language of symbols, phrases, and colors. Works on view in Crazy Paper and Sister Objects span over 30 years of the artist’s exploration in painting, drawing, …more

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Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Several years ago, the government of the Republic of Macedonia embarked on a highly controversial and hugely expensive "urban renewal" of the capital city, Skopje. Most of this renewal consisted of large monuments of "historic figures" and new, quasi-classical facades over old buildings. This year, these monuments and buildings came under attack by various groups of citizens of this multi-ethnic …more

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Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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If you're planning to take to the streets to protest the issues for which you feel passionate--be it racial/gender equality, freedom of religion, freedom from fear, environmental protection, or some other cause--be prepared! During this training, you'll learn:Street tactics and how to prepareSpecifics about protesting in DCWhat to expect from the policeLegal protections and preparing for legal …more

Type: Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions

Host: Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs

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Women's Basketball vs. College of William & Mary

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Baptist & International Ministry Service

Type: Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets

Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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Men's Basketball vs. Howard University

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Join us for an intimate evening with the artist. Alex Katz will discuss his rationale for stripping color from his prints in this rare Black and White exhibition.
Free and open to the public. Please RSVP. 

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Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Join the American University Chorus in an exploration of modern and ancient themes of love, marriage, and the birth of a child. Featuring works from Eric Whitacre, Ola Gjeilo, Daniel Pinkham, and Benjamin Britten’s holiday favorite, A Ceremony of Carols.

Tickets: $5-10

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Host: Performing Arts

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A celebration of AU Student Media's fall publications

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Host: Student Media Board

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Swimming & Diving at ECAC Winter Championships

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Faculty and staff are invited to attend a holiday reception hosted by President and Mrs. Kerwin on Thursday, Dec. 15 from 1 - 2:30 p.m. in Bender Arena. Please join the American University community as we support the D.C. Central Kitchen and Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program with your donation of a new, unwrapped toy or canned goods at this holiday gathering.

Type: Advanced Scheduling

Host: Office of the President

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Important Dates

  • 12/09/2016: Fall classes end 
  • 12/09/2016: Theses and dissertations due in Registrar's Office for fall degree candidates