Fall 2021 Visiting Writers. From left to right: Chet'la Sebree, Danielle Evans, and Charles Baxter.

Literature ·

Writers Series Kicks Off with Award-Winning Poet Chet'la Sebree

Forty-one years of bringing world-renowned writers to campus
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Government & Politics ·

2021 Sine Summer Series Imagines a Better America Post-Covid

Experts from across the globe join series discussing health, education, governance and policy, and the culture that draws thousands of viewers
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Research ·

Aquatic Foods Offer Great Untapped Potential for Providing More Sustainable Diets, Finds New Research

First assessment of its kind produces environmental profiles for the full range of aquatic, or blue foods, to help guide more sustainable food production and diets.
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Asian American Solidarities in “Post-” Pandemic World. A special panel for the Journal of Asian American Studies

Announcement ·

Asian American Solidarities in “Post-” Pandemic World

APRC kicks off semester with free panel conversation on September 9
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Student Life ·

Welcome CAS Class of 2025!

CAS peer advisors share tips and advice for new students
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AU I-Corps: Start Up and Stand Out

Science ·

Winners Announced: $10k Meaningful Change Challenge

Cosponsored by CAS National Science Foundation I-Corps grant and Kogod School of Business
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Hazard symbols on a map of the world

Research ·

Closing the Gaps in Chemical Weapons Nonproliferation

AU’s Stefano Costanzi working at the intersection of science and policy
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The Sun

Research ·

NASA Study Led by AU Professor Examines Star That Resembles Our Sun

Vladimir Airapetian is lead author of new NASA study on star Kappa 1 Ceti
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An American Apache helicopter in Afghanistan. Photo credit: Andre Klimke

International ·

What Does the United States Owe the People of Afghanistan?

AU’s David Vine shares his views on US withdrawal from Afghanistan
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Diane Burko, Summer Heat 1 and 2, 2019-20. Mixed media on canvas, 84 x 162 in. Courtesy of the artist.

Arts ·

AU Museum Fall Exhibits Open Aug. 28

Fall exhibitions will open Aug. 28 in the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center.
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