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Doctoral Research Award Application Prep Workshop
Presented by Dr. Jonathan Tubman, Vice-Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies |
Learn about the application process for the Office of Graduate Studies' own Doctoral Research Award and how to submit a high-quality application that will receive funding! Successful applicants may receive up to $5,000 towards expenses incurred while completing doctoral research. This workshop is intended for PhD students only. |
February 7, 2017 |
5:30 PM |
Hughes Hall, Hughes Formal Lounge | RSVP at link below

Sponsor: Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research

Contact: Marshay Hall, mahall@american.edu, 2028856738

Web: http://www.american.edu/provost/grad/upcoming-events.cfm

Fulfilling (and Excelling at) your Foreign Language Requirement Examination: Resources + Strategies
Presented by Gorki Cruz, Director, Center for Language Learning, World Languages and Cultures
We will start by looking at the current format of the exam and look at some samples. We’ll continue with a discussion about what is entailed by the exam and tailoring your prep efforts to address the exam’s demands. We will then utilize a standardized instrument so you can determine your foreign language experience and have a clear idea of where you stand in regard to the required proficiency. | February 1, 2017 |
5:00 PM |
Library 115 | RSVP at link below

Sponsor: Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research

Contact: Marshay Hall, mahall@american.edu, 2028856738

Web: http://www.american.edu/provost/grad/upcoming-events.cfm

Note-Taking Methods Workshop
Are your notes difficult to read? Is it hard to find important terms and ideas in your notebook? Do you take notes in class but never look at them again? Taking notes can oftentimes be a frustrating and seemingly pointless task, but good note taking skills can really help you succeed. Come join us in learning basic college-level note taking skills. Based on the Cornell Method, you will learn how to take neat, comprehensible notes that will make studying throughout the semester a breeze. Join us, Wednesday, January 25th at 5:30 PM in MGC 245!

Sponsor: Academic Support and Access Center

Contact: ASAC, asac@american.edu, 2028853360

Web: http://www.american.edu/asac

Speed Reading Workshop for Graduate Students-1/24/17
Are you interested in increasing your reading speed? This workshop will help you learn ways to improve your reading speed and comprehension through the techniques of meta-guiding and rapid serial visual presentation. Join us Tuesday, January 24 at 4:30 PM in Library 115!

Sponsor: Academic Support and Access Center

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

Web: http://www.american.edu/asac

Time Management Workshop: Tips and Tools
Presented by Julianne Winn, Associate Director, Learning Resources |
Time management is the foundation to one's success in graduate school. Juggling classes, schoolwork, work, and life's demands is difficult and can lead to undue stress that affects your performance and productivity. Attend our workshop to learn about planning and study apps, prioritized to-do list-making, strategic studying, and multi-tasking to help you stay on top of your work, hopefully with time to spare. It's sure to be a good use of your time! | Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 |
5:30 PM |
Library 115 | RSVP at link below

Sponsor: Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research

Contact: Marshay Hall, mahall@american.edu, 2028856738

Web: http://www.american.edu/provost/grad/upcoming-events.cfm

Academics » College of Arts and Sciences

Contemporary Dance Master Class with Michel Kouakou
Come experience contemporary dance practices with Michel Kouakou on Saturday, January 28 from 12-2 PM in the Katzen Dance Studio! Prior dance experience recommended. More info at facebook.com/AUDances.

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

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

Web: https://www.facebook.com/AUDances/

Movement Speaks: Conversations About Dance
As the culmination of a week-long residency with AU's Dance Program, Guest Artist Michel Kouakou opens up to the dance laboratory to discuss the choreographic process and give a sneak peek of the new work on AU/DC. Join us for a conversation about dance on Saturday, January 28 at 8 PM in the Katzen Dance Studio.

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

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

Web: https://www.facebook.com/AUDances/

Not a Time for Silence: Personal Reflections on a Nation in Transition
Thursday, January 26, 7 pm
Abramson Family Recital Hall
Please join us as six AU faculty members speak from their personal and professional experience about the current political discourse, potential policies, and their implications. This event is structured to include as many perspectives as possible. Audience members are able to use this site to anonymously ask questions and offer comments or concerns prior to the event. The faculty will read as many comments as possible aloud and will make efforts to incorporate these comments into the evening. There will be two public comment periods as well.

Sponsor: CAS Office of the Dean

Contact: Mimi Fittig, fittig@american.edu, 2028852429

Web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/not-a-time-for-silence-personal-reflections-on-a-nation-in-transition-tickets-29489959262

Research Participants Wanted -- PAID STUDY! Earn $5
The Emotions and Positive Psychology Laboratory at AU is recruiting participants for a study investigating how people describe emotions and life events. Participants will be asked to come into the lab and write about life events and fill out questionnaires. Participants will earn $5 for taking part in the study which will take approximately 45 minutes. Eligibility requirements: AU student, Age 18+, English is your first language. There are a limited number of opportunities available. If you are interested in learning more about this study or would like to participate, see contact info below

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Emily Farr, ef0108a@american.edu

Academics » School of International Service

Chai Talk with Andleeb Abbas; Time: 6:00 pm; Venue: SIS Room 300
Meet Andleeb Abbas, a Pakistan, Politician, Writer, Activist, Strategic and Marketing Management Consultant, CEO of FranklinCovey Pakistan and Spokesperson of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party.

She will speak about her personal Journey and contribution to women empowerment in Pakistan


Sponsor: SIS Office of the Dean

Contact: Mahveen Azam, mahveen@american.edu, 2028851146

Climate Change and the Future of National Security
Tuesday, January 24, 4-5:30pm
SIS Abramson Family Founders Room
How does climate change impact the military, conflict, and peace? What are the consequences of framing climate change as a security issue? Join Roger-Mark De Souza of the Wilson Center, Miriam Pemberton of the Institute for Policy Studies, and Carl Bruch of the Environmental Law Institute for a discussion. Reception to follow

Sponsor: Global Environmental Politics Program

Contact: Carolyn Turkaly, gep@american.edu

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1189369651141657/

Academics » School of Public Affairs

"Police-Community Relations, Organizational Practices, and Body Cameras"
January 24, 4:00 - 5:00pm, SIS 300: Come hear Andrea Headley speak, as part of the Urban Speaker Series brought to AU by SPA's Metropolitan Policy Center. Andrea Headley is a doctoral student at Florida International Institute. Join us for light refreshments and stimulating discussion on "Police-Community Relations, Organizational Practices, and Body Cameras."

For more information on MPC Events, follow us on Twitter, @mpc_au, or like our Facebook page.

Sponsor: Department of Public Administration and Policy

Contact: Hannah Dennis, hannah.dennis@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/spa/metro-policy/events.cfm

The Challenge of Setting Limits on Presidential Power Under the Trump Administration
Wednesday, February 1
American University
Mary Graydon Center Room 245
12:30-2pm

Panel to include:

Amanda Terkel-Politics Managing Editor/Senior Political Reporter-The Huffington Post, Joe Gaeta- Senior Advisor and Director of Oversight for U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Ian Millhiser-Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress & Justice Editor, ThinkProgress


Moderated by Chris Edelson, Assistant Professor of Government in American University's School of Public Affairs

Lunch will be served
Please RSVP to ccps@american.edu or 202-885-3491

Sponsor: Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies

Contact: CCPS, ccps@american.edu, 2028853491

Web: http://www.american.edu/spa/ccps/

Academics » Study Abroad

AU Abroad Australia and New Zealand Information Session
Are you interested in studying abroad in Australia or New Zealand? Come to the AU Abroad information session to learn about the exciting options at our partner universities!

WHEN: Tuesday, January 24th 4:00pm-5:00pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 200

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad Belgium Information Session
Are you interested in studying the European Union? Come and learn about AU Abroad's exciting opportunity to study the EU in Brussels!

WHEN: Monday, January 23rd 5:30pm-6:30pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 245

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad Chile: Santiago Program Information Session
American University's semester program in Chile is based in the capital city of Santiago. As the cultural and economic heart of the country, Santiago is known both for its thriving business sector and for its vast array of museums, galleries and festivals. The city serves as a major Latin American travel hub, thus making it easy for students to visit other sites in Chile and Latin America. Come to our Santiago program information session to learn more!

WHEN: Monday, January 30th 4:00pm-5:00pm
WHERE: SIS 300

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad Denmark Information Session
Through DIS, the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, American University students can live and study in Copenhagen for a semester, full-year, or summer. Their program is internationally renowned as well as recognized, supervised, and financially supported by the Danish government. Come to the information session to learn more!

WHEN: Thursday, January 26th 4:00pm-5:00pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 247

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad General Information Session
Come to the AU Abroad general information session! Learn about the basics of study abroad and get your questions about the process answered!

WHEN: Tuesday, January 24th 5:30pm-6:15pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 2

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad General Information Session
Come to the AU Abroad general information session! Learn about the basics of study abroad and get your questions about the process answered!

WHEN: Wednesday, January 25th 5:30pm-6:15pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 247

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad Kenya Information Session
Are you interested in Sub-Saharan Africa? Have you always wanted to study in a dynamic and cosmopolitan Africa capital? Come to the information session and learn more about AU Abroad's program in Nairobi, Kenya!

WHEN: Thursday, January 26th 5:30pm-6:30pm
WHERE: Mary Graydon Center, Room 245

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.edu, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

AU Abroad London Internship Programs Information Session
Are you interested in taking an internship abroad? Do you want to study in the vibrant capital of London? Come to the information session for AU Abroad's internship programs in London!

WHEN: Wednesday, January 25th 4:00pm-5:00pm
WHERE: SIS 300

Sponsor: AU Abroad

Contact: Matthew Stifter, auabroad@american.eud, 2028851320

Web: https://auabroad.american.edu

Academics » University Library

Intro to Library Research




This is a great class for those new to AU or for those who might need a refresher on library research. Learn how to use AU's SearchBox and how to gain access to AU's 500+ subscription databases. In this session, you will learn how to locate books, renew books online, and request books and articles from other libraries.

Meets at Bender Library's first floor Research Assistance Desk on Tuesday, 1/24, at 3:30pm

Sponsor: University Library

Contact: Alex Hodges, hodges@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/library/calendar/instruction.cfm

Library Tour


Do you know where in the library you can watch DVDs, use iMovie to design media, or buy a cup of coffee? Have you found a quiet place to study? Come to a guided tour to discover the library's many services as well as see the research collections, collaborative workspaces and technology that can help you become a better researcher or multimedia designer. Meets at Bender Library's first floor Research Assistance Desk on Tuesday, 1/24, at 3pm.

Sponsor: University Library

Contact: Alex Hodges, hodges@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/library/calendar/instruction.cfm

Life@AU » Alternative Breaks

Join the AU Alternative Break Community, attend a summer program!
Join the Alternative Break Community on one of our two summer programs this May - A Cuban Journey of Racial and Gendered Self-Reflection in Havana, Cuba OR The Journey of a Migrant on the US-Mexico Border. Applications are open until February 12th at 11:59pm with rolling interviews. Apply today!

Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service

Contact: Nicole Phillips, altbreak@american.edu, 2028857322

Web: http://www.american.edu/ocl/volunteer/Engagenet.cfm

Life@AU » Athletics & Recreation

AU RecFit Group Exercise Free Week
All AU RecFit Members and students can participate in our new spring schedule and try out classes for FREE from now until Sunday, January 22nd. We offer great options:
Unlimited Group Exercise Spring Semester Pass: $75
Single Class pass: $9

To purchase a pass, visit the Jacobs or Cassell Front Desk. You must be a member or purchase a day pass. Purchase a pass during free week and receive $5 off!

Sponsor: Recreational Sports and Fitness

Contact: Becky Parks, bparks@american.edu, 2028856655

Web: http://www.american.edu/recfit/jfcgroupex.cfm

Intramural Basketball - Registration Deadline Thursday, 1/26
Ever wanted to play Basketball in the Bender Arena? Sign up for Intramural Basketball!

There are leagues for Men's, Women's, and CoRec team at both the competitive and recreational divisions. Games are played on either Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday nights.

Registration and additional information on IMLeagues.com/American.
Registration Deadline: Thursday, January 26th @5pm.

Sponsor: Recreational Sports and Fitness

Contact: Garrett Schmidt, schmidt@american.edu

Web: http://www.IMLeagues.com/American

Women's Club Volleyball Tryouts & Open Gyms
The Women's Club Volleyball Team will be hosting three open gyms in the coming weeks and tryouts following that. Dates and times are as follows:

OPEN GYMS:
Tuesday 1/24 7:30-9:30 PM
Sunday 1/29 6:00-8:00 PM
Tuesday 1/31 7:30-9:30 PM

TRYOUTS:
Tuesday 2/7 7:30-9:30 PM
Sunday 2/12 6:00-8:00 PM

Remember to wear sneakers and athletic wear. Bring knee pads if you have them and lots of water! Open gyms and tryouts are open to all regardless of experience level.

Sponsor: Recreational Sports and Fitness

Contact: Jessica Balerna, auclubvolleyball@gmail.com, 7813369957

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/266873463732357/

Life@AU » Clubs and Organizations

Become a 2017 Orientation Leader!
Are you interested in welcoming over 1,700 new students to AU's campus? Would you like to have a phenomenal summer that you'll never forget? Apply to be a 2017 Orientation Leader! Make sure to attend an information session and check out the Orientation website for more information! #onceandeaglealwaysaneagle

Sponsor: New Student Programs

Contact: Garrett Schlichte, garretts@american.edu, 2028853374

Web: http://www.american.edu/ocl/orientation/Orientation-Leaders.cfm

Red Dress Gala - American Heart Association Fundraiser
We invite you our 7th annual Red Dress Benefit Gala on Friday, January 27, 2016 at 7pm at Capitale, 1301 K Street NW, Washington, DC.

Red Dress is Kogod Women in Business Club's biggest fundraising event. At each consecutive event, we were able to surpass the previous amount raised and this year the proceeds will benefit the local heart and stroke health programming and support the mission of the American Heart Association in the Greater Washington Region.

MUST BE 21+ to attend

Purchase your tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/7th-annual-red-dress-benefit-tickets-29990401097

Sponsor: Kogod School of Business

Contact: Kogod Women in Business, kwib.info@gmail.com

Web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/7th-annual-red-dress-benefit-tickets-29990401097

Life@AU » Community Service

Spring 2017 Community Partner Fair
The Spring Community Partner Fair will be held on Tuesday, January 24th from 11 am to 2 pm in MGC 200. Over 15 non-profit organizations, schools, and government agencies will be represented. AU Community members who are interested in engaging within the greater DC Community, this is the perfect opportunity for you.

Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service

Contact: Harry Gilliard, gilliard@american.edu

Life@AU » Diversity & Inclusion

A Community Dialogue: Empowering Hope and Change
Join us for a reflective conversation regarding our own personal power to make change around us. Regardless of how you feel about the new administration, we all need to figure out where we can make positive change in the world. Share your voice and thoughts in this important conversation.

Tuesday, January 24th | 3:00-5:00pm | McDowell Formal Lounge

Sponsor: Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Contact: Michelle Strange, mstrange@american.edu

A Talk With DeRay McKesson
The School of Education is hosting 'A Talk with DeRay McKesson', a prominent activist within the Black Lives Matter movement and a leading voice against police violence on Thursday, February 16th at 6:30 PM in the Abramson Family Recital Hall.

In this talk, DeRay will share his experiences teaching, managing human capital at the district level, and training and supporting teachers. He will explain how critical teachers, and the education reform community in general, are in the work of building power for current and future generations and in the work of social change.This event is free, but please be sure to register at the link below:

Sponsor: School of Education

Contact: Karina Guzman, kguzman@american.edu, 2028853720

Web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-talk-with-deray-mckesson-tickets-30868488480

Participate in a Spring 2017 Intergroup Dialogue
Topics include: Latinx issues; the post-election experience; religion: bias and inclusion; gender, race, and mental health. Interest forms are due February 3. Intergroup Dialogue is a 7-week program where participants meet for two hours each week to explore societal issues, engage across difference, and gain tools for navigating difference on and off campus. Spring Dialogues run the weeks of February 21-April 13.

Sponsor: Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Contact: Michelle Strange, dialogue@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/ocl/cdi/Dialogue-Groups.cfm

Life@AU » Health & Wellness

Free Meditation Class
We will focus on contemporary cultural translations of ancient meditation practices to develop a stable and relaxed mental focus that will enhance the quality of our daily lives. This course offers skills and training in meditation to increase mental sharpness and flexible thinking, while creating greater ease, insight, and joy.
Open to students, staff, and faculty of all levels of meditation experience. Meets Wednesdays 4:30-5:45 p.m. Rm. 230, Battelle-Tompkins.

Sponsor: CAS Office of the Dean

Contact: Celine-Marie Pascale, pascale@american.edu, 202-885-2524

Web: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4TsOR3gB8wgYnpIeTVNMk5LMDg

Work@AU » AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

AU Farmers Market Returns to Main Campus This Wednesday 1/25!
The AU Farmers Market will return to campus with Spring hours beginning this Wednesday, January 25th. The Market will be on the Quad between MGC and the Library every Wednesday from 11am - 4pm through April 26th. Don’t miss out on the fresh fruits, vegetables, Amish cheeses, peanut butter, and honey from Agora Farms as well as the hearth-baked breads and treats from Girardot’s Crumbs Bakery. Points to AhealthyU Game players can receive 1 point for visiting the Farmers Market, no purchase necessary; just ask for your point stamp from one of the Farmers Market vendors.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/Farmers-Market.cfm

Enroll in Weight Watchers at Work | Complimentary Open House on Thursday, Jan. 26
Interested in finding out what goes on at a Weight Watchers meeting before enrolling? Join us at 12pm on Thursday, January 26 in Butler Conference Room for a complimentary Open House. The next series is scheduled to meet Thursdays at noon beginning Feb 2 (min. of 15 participants needed for the series to start). Payroll deduction is available. For every 10 meetings you attend, AhealthyU will give you a $50 reward (taxes applicable). Members who can't make the AU meetings can attend at other meeting locations and still receive the AhealthyU benefits! Enroll through AhealthyU by COB January 27.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: AhealthyU, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/Weight-Watchers.cfm

Last Chance: Register Now for AhealthyU’s Weigh 2 Win Challenge
The Weigh 2 Win challenge runs Jan. 23 - Apr. 28, but you can still register and get started! Team up to improve your health and play for the jackpot. Weigh 2 Win is much more than a typical weight loss competition - this challenge offers camaraderie and a built-in support system. Learn healthy eating and exercise habits with 1-on-1 dietary consultations, cooking classes, group personal training sessions, and fitness classes. No weekly weigh-ins required. Register online and kick-start your weight management goals today! Points to AhealthyU Game players earn 8 point stamps for participating in the duration of the program.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

Web: http://www.american.edu/hr/AhealthyU/W2W.cfm

Play the Points to AhealthyU Game (Spring Edition): Now through April 28
Add more fun to your day and win great prizes with round two of the Points to AhealthyU Game! No registration required, just participate in AhealthyU programs and activities between January 17 – April 28, 2017 and collect stamps to redeem for prizes (subject to tax). For full details and to download and print the game sheet, visit: http://www.american.edu/points. Fall Points players must submit completed game sheets to redeem for prizes by January 31. Fall points do not roll over and may not be included on your 2017 game sheets.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: AhealthyU, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

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

Register for the Next Cooking Demo: Super Bowl Snacks!
Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner! Learn how to make winning game day snacks on Friday, January 27th from 12 – 1pm in Butler Boardroom. Chefs from AU Dining will share ideas for nutritious bite-sized snacks and dips that everyone will enjoy. Light lunch and 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 round 2 players ask for your 1 pt stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: AhealthyU, ahealthyu@american.edu, 2028853742

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

Work@AU » Human Resources

Spring Tuition Remission Deadline is TODAY- Complete the Online Application
Spring 2017 tuition remission online applications are due today. Applications submitted after today will be denied. Tuition remission online applications are required each semester. For more information about AU’s tuition remission benefit, visit the myBenefits site accessible through the myAU Portal > Work@AU> Benefits: myBenefits. Use the PaycheckCity® payroll calculator to help you estimate your net pay when you are subject to taxable education benefits. To apply online visit the link below.

Sponsor: Human Resources

Contact: The Benefits Team, autuitionbenefits@american.edu, 2028853400

Web: https://www.american.edu/springtuitionremission

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Tabling for Tamid General Info. Meeting

Type: Sales. Markets. Fundraisers. Advertisements

Host: Tamid

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Organized by the Washington Winter Show
Coco Chanel: A New Portrait by Marion Pike, Paris 1967-71 explores the profound friendship between California artist Marion Pike and legendary designer Coco Chanel. This exhibition features five portraits of Chanel, painted Pike, following a meeting between the two women at Chanel's Paris atelier in 1967. The meeting sparked an immediate friendship between …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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The Journal of International Service will be tabling in the SIS Atrium to share information about submitting and getting involved.

Type: Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions

Host: GLC: School of International Service Graduate Student Council

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Orthodox Christian Vespers Service.

Type: Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets

Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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Are you interested in studying the European Union? Come and learn about AU Abroad's exciting opportunity to study the EU in Brussels!

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Host: AU Abroad

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Catholic 6 PM Mass

Type: Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets

Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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A.U. Negotation Project Meeting (IPCR student group)

Type: Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions

Host: SIS: International Peace & Conflict Resolution

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Join our SGI Buddhist community for chanting and a discussion on the practical applications of Buddhism in one's life. All are welcome.

Type: Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets

Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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Catholic Holy Hour

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Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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The Center for Community Engagement & Service will be hosting its annual Spring Community Partner Fair. There will be 20 non-profit organizations represented from youth & education to immigration.  The event is designed to introduce AU students to ways they can be involved in the greater DC community.

Type: Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions

Host: Center for Community Engagement & Service

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The First 100 Days: A Preview.
This lunchtime event will feature a discussion with expert panelists regarding a preview of the first 100 days of the Trump Administration

Type: Conferences. Panels. Speakers

Host: Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies

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This lunchtime event will feature a discussion with expert panelists regarding the limits of presidentical power in the Trump Administration.

Type: Conferences. Panels. Speakers

Host: Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies

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About Today@AU

To learn more about Today@AU or to submit an announcement, please visit the myAU portal. Today@AU lists events from the Master Calendar. To learn how to schedule and advertise an event see the Resource 25 informational site.

Important Dates

  • 01/23/2017: Late registration for spring ends 
  • 01/25/2017: Mathematics Equivalency Examination 
  • 01/28/2017: Writing Proficiency Examination