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Department Spotlight ·

AU’s Health Promotion Management Program: What You Need to Know

Everything you need to know about one of AU’s most established programs, now offered virtually and in-person
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Feltsman playing piano accompanied by Ben Capps on cello.

Humanities ·

The Russian Experiment 2017 Carmel Institute Symposium

The Carmel Institute and PostClassical Ensemble examine Russian avant-garde art in the first 2 decades of the 20th century, featuring world-renowned classical pianist Vladimir Feltsman.
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Antoine Sanfuentes Fall 2022 Distinguished Lecturer

Communications ·

CNN Executive, Antoine Sanfuentes, Continues as Distinguished Guest Lecturer at School of Communication

Sanfuentes will continue as a Distinguished Guest Lecturer for the Fall 2022 semester.
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Alumni ·

Alumni Admissions Volunteers Build Community for New Eagles

Welcome to the Class of 2026! Virtual and in person events provided the opportunity for new Eagles to learn from their more experienced peers.
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International ·

Five Questions about Brazil’s Upcoming Presidential Election

SIS professor Agustina Giraudy answers questions about Brazil’s upcoming elections, which begin on October 2.
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Gen Z takes on Midterm Elections

Communications ·

Gen Z Takes on the Midterm Elections

Students shared their views and engaged with a panel of experts about what they think are the most important issues.
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AU students in front of the Dumbarton Oaks museum entrance.

Humanities ·

Carmel Institute Takes Students to Dumbarton Oaks

Carmel Institute took AU students to Dumbarton Oaks to see their impressive collection of Byzantine and Muscovite artifacts for themselves.
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Science ·

AU Launches STEM Time Lecture Series, Wednesday Evenings

Join your favorite STEM faculty members to discuss research and careers
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PERIL director and AU professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss speaks at a White House summit on hate-fueled violence.

Government & Politics ·

Toward a More United America

AU professor among those who spoke this month at a bipartisan summit on hate-fueled violence
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AU student Edwin Santos looks over the ocean while traveling in El Salvador.

Achievements ·

First-Generation Student Earns Inaugural Scholarship from Obama Foundation, Airbnb CEO

The scholarship provides up to $50,000 in financial aid for the final two years of college for students who want to pursue a career in public service and substantial funding for travel.
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