- Fall: Last day to withdraw from a fall course for a 25% refund (no refunds after this date) Standard Semester classes for AU
Research Methods Talk: Introduction to Longitudinal Multilevel Modeling in R
Virtual Meeting Room4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
This workshop will cover the basics of how to run a longitudinal multilevel modeling in R, specifically when individuals complete questions over time. We will cover: how to restructure data, assess the degree of nestedness, and running some basic two-level multilevel models. This workshop assumes familiarity with R. Additional resources will be provided.
DSU Craft Night: Collage Canvases
Mary Graydon Center Meeting Room 2454400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Join the Disabled Student Union for our recurring craft nights! On Tuesday, September 26th, from 6-8 PM, we’ll be making collage canvases. Come make friends and get to know the disabled community at AU! All disabilities and allies welcome, masks required and provided. If you have an access need that you would like to request accommodations for, please complete this form: https://forms.…more
Sinai Scholars Weekly Course
DMTI Classroom 2104400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Come join us to learn with Rabbi Shua about integrating the study of classic Jewish texts, social programming, and national networking opportunities to provide a fresh and exciting context for Jewish life and learning on the university campus. Sinai Scholars invites students to engage in an open community of study and self-discovery that will help them to become passionate, informed Jewish …more
Fall Welcome Meeting for Ethnographies of Empire Research Cluster
SIS Meeting Room 3494400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
This will be the fall welcome meeting for the Ethnographies of Empire Research Cluster, sponsored by the SIS Office of Research. We invite scholars whose work uses ethnography, critical theory, and historical research to join us as we interrogate structures of domination rooted in historical legacies and contemporary iterations of “empire,” broadly conceived.
Center on Health Risk and Society, Weekly Seminar
Watkins Bldg Classroom G084400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Signature Research Initiative Showcase
McDowell Hall Formal Lounge 1144400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
The Signature Research Initiative (SRI) program that Dr. Diana Burley started last year has completed one year of their respective projects and we are holding a showcase for the AU community to hear about what they did as well as announce the call of the next round of applicants.
Boren Info Session
Mary Graydon Center Classroom 303A4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Patch Notes Club
SIS Meeting Room 2604400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Philosophy and Religion Club meeting
Anderson Classroom LL24400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Great Power Competition in the Middle East
Abramson Family Founders Room (SIS T7)4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
In a moderated discussion with AU students, Mark Dubowitz, the Chief Executive of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, will discuss the future of great power competition in the Middle East.