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Susanna Campbell, Foreign Policy and Development

Susanna Campbell's new chapter "Foreign Policy and Development" in the Oxford Handbook of Foreign Policy Analysis discusses how foreign aid is foreign policy.
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PERIL Helps AU Community Confront Hate

Workshops and updates to AUx2 are part of AU’s campuswide efforts to empower all community members to build resilience and foster understanding
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Sarah Snyder, Brother’s Brother Foundation in Costa Rica: A Case Study in Public-Private Partnerships and Global Health in the American Century

Sarah Snyder's new book chapter in Public Health and the American State is "Brother’s Brother Foundation in Costa Rica: A Case Study in Public-Private Partnerships and Global Health in the American Century."
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Cybersecurity Leaders Launch New Online Platform to Close Gaps in Understanding Cyber Policy

AU and its partners launch an online platform to help cybersecurity and privacy professionals, government officials, and students understand the fundamentals of key cybersecurity policy topics.
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Mohammed Abu-Nimer wins Niwano Peace Prize

Mohammed Abu-Nimer is the recipient of the 41st Niwano Peace Prize in recognition of his lifelong commitment to peace and interfaith dialogue.
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Athletics ·

Eagle Tales: The Fencing Mentor

AU boasts more than 3,000 dedicated staff members. Meet one of them: Jocelyn Hill, associate athletics director for recreation and aquatic facilities.
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From left: former Maryland governor Larry Hogan; Utah governor Spencer Cox; Colorado governor Jared Polis. Photo by Jeff Watts.

On Campus ·

Can Americans Learn to “Disagree Better”?

In his first campus seminar, 2024 Sine fellow Larry Hogan, the former Republican governor of Maryland, discussed political polarization with Utah Republican governor Spencer Cox and Colorado Democratic governor Jared Polis.
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From left: SOC3 faculty advisor Pallavi Damani Kumar and Stephanie Hsu. Photo by Jeff Watts.

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We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do

Actress Stephanie Hsu headlined AU’s first Spirit of Change Week—a new tradition that brings together changemakers on campus.
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Student Actors Raise Their Swords

Actors in Shakespeare adaptation learn sword fighting from Robb Hunter
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International ·

A Transatlantic Perspective on Arctic Security

How can Europe and North America address common security concerns in the Arctic while trying to overcome distinct challenges in the High North?
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