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Kayden Kassof. Graphic by Jaylene Arnold.

On Campus ·

Eagle Tales: Can You Hear Me Now?

AU boasts more than 3,000 dedicated staff members. Meet one here: Kayden Kassof, instructional technologist and space designer, Bender Library.
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Arts ·

Discounted and Free in D.C.

Check out the free or discounted exhibits and shows available to students!
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Research ·

William Akoto, Who spies on whom? Unravelling the puzzle of state-sponsored cyber economic espionage

William Akoto's new article in the Journal of Peace Research contributes new insights to explain why cyber economic espionage appears restricted to only a small number of advanced economies.
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Youth Attitudes on Guns

Research ·

New Report Shares First-Hand Experiences of Young Americans’ Relationship with Guns

New Report Shares First-Hand Experiences of Young Americans’ Relationship with Guns
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Science ·

AI Virtual Teaching Assistant “Sarah” Makes Her Debut at American University

Aref Zahed launches AI teaching assistant that can speak, write code, and answer questions using ChatGPT and Google technology
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On Campus ·

How to Get into a Better Headspace

Malini Basdeo, director of well-being outreach and prevention services at AU’s Center for Well-Being, shares four simple ways to manage stress and practice mindfulness in your daily life.
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The AU team that integrated college basketball in DC. Photo courtesy of AU Athletics.

Athletics ·

Making Baskets—and History

A February 3 event shared little-known stories about how AU integrated DC college basketball in 1956.
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Professor Valentina Bruno delivering her inaugural lecture as Kogod Eminent Scholar in Finance.

Announcement ·

AU Installs New Kogod Eminent Scholar Chair in Finance

Professor Valentina Bruno is an innovator within the intersection of macroeconomics and finance. Her appointment marks another milestone in the Kogods’ legacy of philanthropy at AU.
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Suleyman Ozeren

Department Spotlight ·

Five Questions with Dr. Suleyman Ozeren

SPA professor brings cybersecurity expertise to new SPA initiative
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Bullets on top of Iranian currency

International ·

Understanding Iran's Use of Terrorist Groups as Proxies

Iran’s influence can be felt in multiple ongoing conflicts in the Middle East due to its use of terrorist groups as proxies. To learn more, we asked SIS professor Joe Young to explain Iran’s use of these groups.
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