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Science ·

AU Scientists and Local Advocates Team Up to Protect Water and Air Quality

Environmental Science Professors Karen Knee and Valentina Aquila team up with advocates to monitor effects of fracking and new urban construction
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Department Spotlight ·

New CAS Programs and Degrees Preparing Students for Workforce of Future

New CAS Programs and Degrees Preparing Students for Workforce of Future
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AU's three newest deans are Linda Aldoory (CAS), Shannon Hader (SIS), and David Marchick (Kogod).

On Campus ·

AU’s Newest Deans Share Thoughts from Their Semester and Plans for the Future

For each of the new deans, engaging with enthusiastic members of the AU community has been among the highlights of their first semester.
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Announcement ·

AU’s Gray Psychotherapy Training Clinic Offers Low-Fee Psychotherapy

Clinic celebrating 25th Anniversary serving AU and DC communities
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International ·

Dr. Mark Edele "Stalinism at War" book talk

Dr. Mark Edele explains the insights in his book "Stalinism at War: The Soviet Union in WWII."
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Research ·

Cultivating Gratitude: An Interview with Professor Tony Ahrens

During this season of thanks, professor offers advice on how to approach the holidays mindfully and with gratitude
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Research ·

Domestic Violence and Self Defense: What Happens When Women Fight Back?

AU’s Rachel Louise Snyder explains why domestic violence victims face life and death decisions
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Election Day

Government & Politics ·

AU Experts Talk Midterms, Election Fallout

A group of American University administrators and professors explained how the election played out and why Republicans didn’t gain as many seats as they’d hoped.
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Research ·

AU Community Focused on a More Equitable and Peaceful World

Faculty and students hard at work on research and action with real-world implications
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Research ·

Study Shows Hope for Veterans Suffering from Gulf War Illness

AU’s Kathleen Holton receives $6.4 million grant to study connection between diet and Gulf War Illness symptoms
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