Robert Hradsky, Ed.D., is Assistant Vice President of Campus Life, Dean of Students, and Title IX Coordinator at American University where he oversees the Office of Campus Life’s student learning and development team including the Academic Support an… More
Garrett Schlichte joined American University in June of 2015 and serves as the Coordinator of Orientation, Transition & Retention. In the role Garrett oversees the successful transition of new and transfer students from their previous institution to … More
My name is Michael Mannello and I'm a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Public Health. A place that I call home is American University of course! My favorite spot at AU is the Quad, right under the big oak tree. The best part of being an AU Eagle is being apart of the most wonderful community and, of course, being Clawed's best friend. I am a member of the Wellness Crew, a peer health education group on campus, and I love to explore my favorite city, Washington, D.C., in my free time!
Hi AU Eagles! My name is Eamon Martin! I use the pronouns he, him, and his, and a place I call home is Brattleboro, Vermont. I'm currently a Sophomore in the Kogod School of Business studying Business Administration with a specialization in Information Technology. I love walking to POD with my friends in the middle of the night, enjoying good company and conversation. I was an Orientation Leader this past summer, and it was one of the best experiences I have ever had, both as an AU student and as a person. I am an avid Seattle Seahawks fan, and I can't wait to get home and see my adorable cat Milo!
Hello, it's me! My name is Gregory Pratt, I use the pronouns, he, him,
his. I am from Manchester, NH. I am a sophomore and I am studying
Political Science with a minor in Communication and Theatre. I love
the AU Fight Song and hanging by the Clawed Statue near the
Amphitheatre with my coffee from the infamous Dav! Something
interesting about me is that I was once on three continents in the
same day, Europe to Asia to North America. Another interesting fact,
is that my middle name is Loyal, like the trait. So I can really say
Loyal is my middle name! I am beyond excited to work with orientation again and helping to welcome the new Eagles.