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CTRL Research Software Workshops, September 27-October 1, in Hurst 202
Join us this week for Intro to STATA, Intro to R, Intro to SPSS, ICPSR Data Collection, and Intro to Qualtrics. Check dates and times, read descriptions, and register to attend at https://myau.american.edu/dept/Provost/CTRL/CTRLrsg/SitePages/Registration.aspx

Sponsor: Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning

Contact: Bill Harder, rsg@american.edu, 202-885-3862

Prepping for Comprehensive Exams Workshop for Graduate Students
Date: Tuesday, October 4
Time: 4:30 PM- 5:30 PM
Location: LIB 115
Description: This workshop will help graduate students to prepare for traditional, closed-book, timed essay exams. We will cover ways to organize materials and prepare study tools, as well as techniques for aiding memorization and easing test anxiety.

Sponsor: Academic Support and Access Center

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

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

Speed Reading Workshop - 10/5
Learn the practice of speed reading through the meta-guiding and rapid serial visual presentation methods. Join us on Wednesday, October 5 from 5:30-6:30 PM in MGC 247!

Sponsor: Academic Support and Access Center

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

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

Academics » Career Center

Study Abroad Funding: Boren Scholarship and Fellowship Info Sessions
Interested in studying abroad in Africa, Asia, Central or Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, or the Middle East? Boren Scholarships (undergrads) and Fellowships (graduate students) fund studies in underrepresented areas critical to U.S. national security. Join us for an info session on Wed, Oct 5. Undergrads: 4:30-5:30pm, Hughes Formal Lounge | Graduate Students: 6:00-7:00pm, Letts Formal Lounge. Representatives from Boren and AU Abroad will answer questions from interested applicants. Recipients of the Boren award have a service requirement.

Sponsor: Career Center

Contact: Office of Merit Awards, meritawards@american.edu, 2028851854

Web: http://www.borenawards.org/

Study Abroad in Canada: Killam Fellowship
The Killam Fellowship provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to spend one semester at a university in Canada and has a value of $5,000. Join the Office of Merit Awards on Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 5-6pm in the Hughes Formal Lounge to learn more about this opportunity and the AU nomination process. Open to undergraduate students in all majors; U.S. citizens only. AU nomination required; the campus deadline is October 24, 2016.

Sponsor: Career Center

Contact: Office of Merit Awards, meritawards@american.edu, 2028851854

Web: http://www.killamfellowships.com/

Academics » College of Arts and Sciences

AU Dance Master Class with B-Boy Coel
AU Dance Program is excited to present three master classes with urban artist, Juan 'Coel' Rodriguez. Master classes will be held on Monday, Oct. 3 -- Breaking; Tuesday, Oct. 4 -- Locking; and Wednesday, Oct. 5 -- House. All classes will take place in the Katzen Dance Studio (Katzen 152) from 5:30-7PM. Classes are free and open to everyone in the AU community! Please bring clean tennis shoes (no street shoes) and water. For more info, visit http://tinyurl.com/AUDanceCoel

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

Contact: Britta Peterson, bjp@american.edu

AU School of Education Coffee Chat
Thinking about Graduate School? Let's chat over coffee!
American University School of Education is hosting an informational coffee chat, and the coffee is on us! Please join us to learn about the graduate program offerings at the School of Education. Register and choose a time to stop by to meet with a current student who can answer your individual questions and give you the scoop about: Admissions requirements, how and when to apply, and why the School of Education! Must register by Monday October 17th. Limited space available.

Sponsor: School of Education

Contact: Brittney Cosby, bcosby@american.edu, 2028858201

Web: http://www.american.edu/cas/education/news/events.cfm

Global Education Forum on Migration and Education 10/19, 5-7pm
Millions of people experience voluntary and involuntary migration within and between countries each year for reasons that range from the search for economic opportunities to the flight from warfare and violence. The educational needs of migrants-- and of the communities they move to-- represent one of the most pressing global challenges for education. Please join us in listening to a panel of faculty and practitioners discuss current trends in international education. This event is free but registration is required. Undergraduates and graduate students are welcome. October 19, 5-7 pm in the Spring Valley Building.

Sponsor: School of Education

Contact: Ophira Bansal, bansal@american.edu, 2028853128

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

Participants Wanted: Speech Anxiety Study
Undergraduate research participants are needed for a speech anxiety study. The purpose of this study is to examine factors that influence anxiety during speech situations. The study takes around 45 minutes the first session and consists of questionnaires and an interview as well as a second session of around 10 minutes one week later. Participants have a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card! For more information please email Nicolette Carnahan at nc9999a@student.american.edu.

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Nicolette Carnahan, nc9999a@student.american.edu

Participants needed for PAID study!
The Developmental Neuroscience Lab is recruiting right-handed men aged 18-40 years old who are native English speakers for a study of the cerebellum. You will attend 3 sessions scheduled one week apart. You would perform a series of motor and cognitive computer tasks after transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is applied over the cerebellum. tDCS is a non‐invasive technique that delivers a very small electrical current to the scalp. Each session will take about 1‐2 hours of your time. You will be compensated with Psychology research credit or $25 per session.

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Catherine Stoodley, stoodleylab@gmail.com, 2028851723

The Gorenman Russian Project
Internationally acclaimed American concert pianist Yuliya Gorenman explores masterworks of Russian repertoire in the third concert of the Gorenman Russian Project.

Featuring:
Scriabin's Etude in C sharp minor, Sonata No. 5
Rachmaninoff's Transcriptions
Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherezade

Tickets: $10-25

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

Contact: Emily Davis, emilyd@american.edu, 202-885-2528

Web: http://www.american.edu/cas/performing-arts/calendar/index.cfm?id=6851691

Undergrads Needed for Research Study!

We are currently looking for undergraduates for a research study. This study seeks to learn more about the ways that people differ in their ability to recognize emotions in others. The study takes 1 hour and involves taking surveys and viewing photos and videos of different facial emotions. Participants will receive 1 hour of research credit. If interested, please email Alex Long at PrefaceStudyAU@gmail.com and ask about the “Faces Study.”

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Alex Long, PrefaceStudyAU@gmail.com

Academics » School of Communication

Be in a Video for NBC4
Help a group of students as they make a film series that got green-lit for digital content by NBC4 (down the road). We need a diverse set of people, all ages, races, and lifestyles! All you need to do is complete a fitness challenge every day for one week. You will film yourself vlog-style and you just need a smart phone to do it! Challenges range from workouts, to using an app on your phone, to simple diet changes. Outside of you filming yourself, we will film you against a green screen, which will take around 15 minutes. Minimal involvement, any help is needed! Email for more info.

Sponsor: School of Communication

Contact: Frankie Francavilla, af4530a@student.american.edu

Web: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1g4PjA9lcAwUR8QSrE6eyGSOgVO62WdU9gcDAYyrUEMg/edit#gid=0

Academics » School of Professional and Extended Studies

AU’s English Language Program Now Accepting Applications
Do you know someone who is interested in improving their English skills? AU's English Language & Training Academy (ELTA) is still accepting applications for its intensive spring program. Applicants do not have to be currently attending AU. ELTA offers 18 hours of instruction per week, access to all AU facilities, academic & career advising, conversation partners, and site visits in D.C. Visa support is offered to qualified students. Visit our website in the link below to learn more about the program and to start an application! The priority deadline to apply for spring is October 3.

Sponsor: School of Professional and Extended Studies

Contact: Danielle Capano, elta@american.edu, 2028854970

Web: http://www.american.edu/spexs/elta/

Communications » Call for Participants

Play the News Games: $500 in Prize Money!
Can your knowledge of current events make you the AU News Games champion, and earn you a cash prize? Field a team in this campus-wide news quiz challenge, hosted by alum Derek McGinty, and find out.
The News Games winners will be chosen through a live, one-hour news quiz program, Tuesday Oct. 4, at 7:00 p.m. in McKinley’s Media Innovation Lab. The program will be shot in front of a live audience in studio and streamed to screens across campus. Register at the link below.

Sponsor: School of Communication

Contact: John Watson, jwatson@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/soc/journalism/the-news-games.cfm

Students needed for PAID ONLINE STUDY!
Current undergraduate students are needed for an online study regarding interpersonal relationships and emotional experiences. This study involves two 15-20 minute sessions, as well as contact with a close friend or significant other. Participants will be compensated with a $5 Amazon.com gift card for EACH session that they complete ($10 total). If interested, please contact Vicki Anagnostopoulos at va5637a@student.american.edu to see if you qualify!

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Vicki Anagnostopoulos, va5637a@student.american.edu

Communications » News

AU Newsmakers 9.23- 9.30, 2016
The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, BBC News and other national news outlets recently featured American University's faculty and programs. Click on the link below to view last week's coverage:

Sponsor: University Communications

Contact: University Communications, aumedia@american.edu, 2028855950

Web: http://us.vocuspr.com/Publish/3235271/Forward_3235271_255404.htm?Email=solace%40american.edu&Date=9%2f30%2f2016+2%3a13%3a17+PM

Communications » University-Sponsored Campus-Wide Events

Human Rights Film Series
The 2016 Human Rights Film Series kicks off in one week! Four exceptional documentary films that exhibit excellence in filmmaking and explore a broad spectrum of human rights issues will be screened this fall. Join the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law and the Center for Media and Social Impact on Oct. 5th at 7pm for #StandWithCongo's When Elephants Fight.

Sponsor: Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

Contact: Stacy Fagan, afagan@wcl.american.edu

Web: https://www.wcl.american.edu/humright/center/images/HRFSfinal.jpg

IDPP Seminar: Measuring Community Access for Inclusive Cities and Urban Development
Join the AU Institute on Disability and Public Policy (IDPP) for a weekly seminar series continuing on Tuesday, October 4 from 12:00-1:30 PM in SIS Room 300. The series brings together AU faculty, students and staff, as well as the DC policy community and experts around the world through in-person and virtual participation. Our second session will be facilitated by Dr. Victor Pineda, Senior Research Fellow at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at University of California Berkeley. Dr. Pineda serves on the Obama Administration as a public member on the US Access Board.

Sponsor: School of International Service

Contact: Mona Ahmed, ma5198a@student.american.edu

Web: http://www.idppglobal.org/get-involved/

Monday, October 3: Metropolitan Policy Center's DC Area Survey Report Release
Join the School of Public Affair's Metropolitan Policy Center and AU's Center for Latin American & Latino Studies for the release of the 2016 first-ever DC Area Survey (DCAS). At the presentation, researchers will share findings from the survey, covering issues such as neighborhood satisfaction, health, crime, and governance within the DC area's ethnically and racially-diverse communities. The event will take place on Monday, October 3 at 10:00 a.m. in the School of International Service Founder's Room. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP using the link below

Sponsor: Center for Latin American and Latino Studies

Contact: Alexandra Vranas, vranas@american.edu, 2028856173

Web: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dc-area-survey-report-release-tickets-27716461683

Life@AU » Alternative Breaks

Apply for an Alternative Break to Honduras this Spring!
If you're interested in youth empowerment and community development, consider applying for the Alternative Break trip to El Progreso, Honduras this spring. Sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement and Service, a group of American University students will partner with the Organization for Youth Empowerment to learn about migration issues and communal art projects in Honduras over spring break, 2017.

The deadline to apply for this program is this Sunday, October 2, by 11:59 PM. For more information, please contact ryanfedasiuk@gmail.com or bm0632a@american.edu.

Sponsor: Center for Community Engagement and Service

Contact: Ryan Fedasiuk, ryanfedasiuk@gmail.com, 4806529899

Web: http://www.american.edu/ocl/volunteer/Alternative-Breaks-Honduras.cfm

Life@AU » Clubs and Organizations

"What is Consulting" Event with the AU Consulting Club
Do you know what consulting is? Are you thinking about pursuing a career in the field? Come learn more about consulting with the AU Consulting Club this Thursday from 6PM-8PM in MGC 247. It is a great opportunity to gain insight on the multifaceted field and get more involved in the club!

Sponsor: Consulting Club

Contact: Shailee Ghelani, sg5772a@student.american.edu

AmLit Poetry Workshop
Interested in improving or sharing your poetry? AmLit is hosting an open poetry workshop on Sunday, October 2nd at 3pm in the Battelle Atrium. All students are encouraged to attend. You do not need to be a member of AmLit, and no prior experience is expected. There will also be free snacks!

Sponsor: American Literary

Contact: Amanda Hodes, ah7285a@student.american.edu, 4846292338

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1321049041240686/

EALS 10th Anniversary Celebration & Fall Fundraiser
Join the Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium on October 7, 2016 from 7-10pm as we kick off our 10th year! Surrounded by the beauty of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, our Fall Fundraiser will feature food, drinks, art, live music, a silent auction, and more. Tickets are available for $20 at http://eals10.eventbrite.com or $25 at the door.

Sponsor: Department of Performing Arts

Contact: Haley Powell, auartsymposium@american.edu

Web: http://www.ealsatau.org

Mr & Ms. ASO Pageant Interest Meeting
Each year, the African Student's Organization hosts our Mr. and Ms. ASO Pageant! Interested in being a contestant in this years Mr & Ms. ASO Pageant? Interested in performing? Just want to know more? Not sure? Have questions? Just want to re-meet the e-board? STOP BY! Any and everyone is welcome!

Sponsor: African Students' Organization

Contact: Mariama Yunusah, newau.aso@gmail.com

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/619162351589036/

PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS/ALUMNI
Brush off last May's term paper. Tweak your midterm from Spring. Clean-up those citations on your first paper of the semester. Submissions are open for the Journal of International Service. Submitting to JIS builds your resume, improves your writing skills, and expands your professional portfolio. For more information, visit our website at www.american.edu/sis/jis.

Sponsor: School of International Service

Contact: Journal of International Service, jis@american.edu

Web: http://www.american.edu/sis/jis/

Life@AU » Health & Wellness

Film Screening: Street Sense
On Thursday, October 6 at 6:30 PM in Ward Circle Building Room 2, the Department of Health Studies will be sponsoring a screening of a film by the Street Sense Filmmaker's Cooperative. The film, which was shot, directed, and produced by homeless filmmakers, poignantly tells one woman's story of her experiences with homelessness. The screening will be followed by a question and answer session with the filmmakers and staff of Street Sense. If you're not familiar with Street Sense, please visit their website to learn more about their incredible work in the DC area: www.streetsense.org.

Sponsor: Department of Health Studies

Contact: Jolynn Gardner, jgardner@american.edu

Life@AU » Religious Life

Interfaith Chapel Service: Justice, Inclusion, and a Seat at the Table for Everyone
The office of the University Chaplain provides a monthly interfaith chapel gathering, giving AU a space to engage in reflection on events on our campus, in our nation, and in our world. Our next service will be Wednesday, October 5, at noon in Kay Chapel. We will be exploring themes of justice, inclusion, and a seat at the table for everyone. The service will be interfaith and ecumenical, so everyone is welcome to attend regardless of religious background or lack thereof.

Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life Center

Contact: Rev. Mark Schaefer, schaef@american.edu, 202-885-3336

Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/300442143662138/

Rosh Hashanah @ AU
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with your AU Hillel community! The holiday begins Sunday evening, October 2. Hillel offers Reform and Conservative services on campus, as well as a free and delicious student-only dinner on Sunday evening. Use the link to sign up and to get the full schedule for the holiday!

Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life Center

Contact: Jason Benkendorf, hillel@american.edu, 2028853324

Web: http://bit.ly/2cVOy8v

Life@AU » Student Governance

Research Participants Needed!
Undergraduate research participants are needed for a personality study. The focus of this study is how interpersonal interactions are affected by personality factors. The study involves a 30-40 minute in-lab session, a 10 minute online survey, and a 10-minute ice-breaker interaction with another participant. For more information please email Jenny Mitchell at auinteractionstudy@gmail.com.

Sponsor: Department of Psychology

Contact: Jenny Mitchell, auinteractionstudy@gmail.com

Work@AU » AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

AhealthyU Fall Fitness Classes
Join AhealthyU for a Group Fitness Class! No cost for AU Rec Sports Members and $5 drop-in fee for non-members.

Monday: Pilates|12:05-12:45pm|Cassell; Yoga|12:05-12:45pm|4401 Connecticut Ave. Room 611; Yoga|12:05-12:45pm|3201 New Mexico Ave. Suite 350 Conference Room. Tuesday: Total Body|12:05-12:45pm|Jacobs; Zumba|5:30-6:30pm|Cassell. Wednesday: Yoga|12:05-12:45pm|Cassell. Thursday: Spin |12:05-12:45pm|Jacobs; Yoga|12:05-12:45pm|WCL Tenley Campus Library N100B; Cardio Strength|5:30-6:30pm|Cassell. Friday: Yoga|12:05-12:45pm|Cassell.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

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

Attend the Upcoming Brown Bag Wellness Workshop on October 13: Ergonomics and Deskercise
Did you know the average employee spends 109,980 hours at work? Proper alignment and muscular strength can prevent aches and pains, so we’re taking this workshop to the desk! Leanne Wright from AU's Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety will discuss office set-up basics and how to avoid common ergonomic "mistakes." Dr. Justin Klein from Got Your Back Total Health will share simple desk exercises to keep your spine healthy. Join us Thurs, Oct 13th, 12 pm–1 pm in MGC 200. Light lunch provided. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions to register through AsuccessfulU. Points to AhealthyU Game Players: Ask for your 1 point stamp! 

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

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

Enroll in Weight Watchers at Work | Complimentary Open House, Oct. 20, MGC 245
Interested in finding out what goes on in a Weight Watchers meeting before enrolling? Join us at 12pm on Thursday, Oct 20 in MGC 245 for a complimentary open house. The next series is tentatively scheduled to meet Thursdays at noon beginning Oct 27 (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 in the community and still receive the AhealthyU benefits! Enroll in Weight Watchers through AhealthyU by COB on Oct 21. Points to AhealthyU Game players, earn 1 point stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

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

Join “From the Farmer” – A Local Farmers Market Delivery Program
Looking for the freshest fruits, veggies, meats, cheeses, and artisanal pantry goods? From the Farmer partners with local farmers to deliver direct to AU each Tuesday! To subscribe to this weekly delivery service, email fresh@fromthefarmer.com and reference the location where you would like your orders delivered: Main Campus (Gray Hall, Room 108), 3201 New Mexico Ave (Suite 350), WCL Tenley Campus (Mailroom, Yuma Building), or 4401 Connecticut Ave (6th Floor Front Desk). AhealthyU Game players can receive 1 point each week for subscribing, just email AhealthyU to redeem your stamp.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

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

Register for the Next AhealthyU Recharge Series | Monday, October 17: Sustaining Meaningful Relation
While pursuing a profession that takes time, focus, and energy, how do you fuel your most important relationships? In this session, Dale Rampell, Faculty/Staff Assistance Program Counselor, and Iris Krasnow, AU Professor and bestselling author of relationship books, will offer solutions on ways to be the most loving parent, sibling, daughter, or son and most giving friend. Enjoy light snacks and meaningful conversation on Monday, Oct. 17th from 3–4:30pm in MGC 5. To RSVP click the link below and follow the instructions on how to register through AsuccessfulU. Points to AhealthyU Game players: Earn 1 point stamp for attending this event.

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

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

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

Seated Massage Available for Faculty and Staff
Relieve stress and tension with a 15- or 30-minute seated massage. All services provided by a licensed massage therapist. Available by appointment Thursday, October 20th, from 11:00am to 2:00pm, in MGC 203-205. Cost is $15 for 15 minutes or $30 for 30 minutes. Book your appointment online today at www.infinitemassage.com. Be sure to register using your @american.edu e-mail address. Points to AhealthyU Game players, ask for your 1 point stamp!

Sponsor: AHealthyU Faculty-Staff Wellness Program

Contact: Leah tasman, ltasman@american.edu, 2028553742

Web: http://american.edu/hr/Massage.cfm

Work@AU » ASuccessfulU

Register for Collaborating with SharePoint & Other Cloud Technology, October 11
With so many options for storing files, which one(s) should you use? Explore the pros and cons of various online file storage applications and learn the sharing options of each app so you can begin to work more collaboratively. Online apps will include SharePoint teamsites, SharePoint MySite, personal OneDrive, and OneDrive for Business. Also learn security best practices for managing your online data. Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 11th from 12-2pm in MGC 247. To register visit AsuccessfulU.

Sponsor: ASuccessfulU

Contact: Gina Arevalo, AsuccessfulU@american.edu, 2028851172

Web: https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sf/learning?destUrl=https%3a%2f%2fau%2eplateau%2ecom%2flearning%2fuser%2fdeeplink%5fredirect%2ejsp%3flinkId%3dSCHEDULED%5fOFFERING%5fDETAILS%26scheduleID%3d619021%26fromSF%3dY&company=AmericanU

Work@AU » Federal Work Study

Jumpstart is Hiring!
Jumpstart Corps Members have the unique opportunity to inspire young children to learn, serve in a local community, work on a team, and build professional skills. All majors are encouraged to apply! Corps Members commit to serving approximately 15 hours per week for a total of 300 hours during the school year. Corps Members serve on teams with other AU students in D.C. pre-school classrooms. Corps Members can earn their FWS through the program as well as an education award of $1,212 through AmeriCorps. All majors and schools are encouraged to apply!

Sponsor: School of Education

Contact: Morgan Figa, figa@american.edu, 2028853157

Web: http://www.jstart.org

Work@AU » Human Resources

Professional Development Opportunity: Fiscal Management Basics

AU's financial health depends on the employees who manage the university's fiscal resources. This course provides information essential to employees in fulfilling that responsibility. Gain a high level view on the university's budget process and financial standing; learn the who, what, and why in planning, managing and accounting for the university's fiscal resources; and get a sampling of the technological tools that support fiscal management at AU. Wednesday, November 2nd from 1-5pm. To register, visit AsuccessfulU or click the link below.

Sponsor: Office of Finance and Treasuer

Contact: Heather Kirkland, heatherk@american.edu, 2028853955

Web: https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sf/learning?destUrl=https%3a%2f%2fau%2eplateau%2ecom%2flearning%2fuser%2fdeeplink%5fredirect%2ejsp%3flinkId%3dSCHEDULED%5fOFFERING%5fDETAILS%26scheduleID%3d625021%26fromSF%3dY&company=AmericanU

Events

Scholars from mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States present their research on youth politics in the Greater China Region. Keynote speeches given by prominent China scholars: Prof. Andrew Nathan from Columbia and Prof. Yun-han Chu from Academia Sinica (Taiwan).

Type: Conferences. Panels. Speakers

Host: SPA: Government

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At times you may become blocked or paralyzed when faced with many issues that seem beyond your control. This course gives you some simple and easy-to-use tools and techniques to deal with common work issues to help maximize your creative potential, solve problems, and achieve results. Faculty and staff are invited to join us.  Please log in to AsuccessfulU via the portal; go to the Home drop down …more

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Host: Human Resources

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Retirement Education Session  presented by the Office of Human Resources.

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Host: Human Resources

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AhealthyU Cooking Demonstration with AU Dining

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Host: Human Resources

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Muslim Prayers led by Imam Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad.

Type: Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets

Host: Kay Spiritual Life Center

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Swiming & Diving in Potomac Relays

Type: Athletics Competition

Host: Athletics and Recreation

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A Night of Scenes with AU Players wil contain scenes from several incredible plays: All the Way, directed by Patrick Kavanaugh; Proof, directed by Julia Messer; reasons to be pretty, directed by Logan Miszencin; and Marie Antoinette, directed by Natalie Rine. These scenes are based around the theme "Make American Great Again." Come out for our first event of the season--it's free! We …more

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Host: AU Players

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Women's Volleyball vs. Army West Point

Type: Athletics Competition

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Cross Country at George Mason Invitational

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