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Suat Cubukcu

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New Research: Face-to-Face Propaganda Is Most Effective to Influence Public Sympathy to ISIS

A new study finds that face-to-face connections are far more likely to gain new followers for the ISIS Islamic terrorist organization than messaging in traditional or online media.
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Community garden in Baltimore, one of the cities where research will be conducted.

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AU Leads NSF-Funded National Research Network to Address the Challenge of Reducing Wasted Food

National Science Foundation grant of $15M to develop data and solutions for businesses, policymakers and consumers
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Urban Teachers Launches New Academic Partnership with American University

Aspiring educators will begin equity-focused coursework in 2022
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Doreen Bogdan-Martin and Chris Inglis

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American University Celebrates Doreen Bogdan-Martin’s Leadership in Inclusivity and Technology Policy

Inaugural Changemaker Award Honors Alumna and Global Champion for Technology Access
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Business closed due to covid

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Latino Businesses Experienced Disproportionate Hardship as a Result of COVID-19, and Benefitted Less from Pandemic Assistance

A new study identifies challenges faced by Latino-owned enterprises in the DC Metro Area when seeking aid during the crisis, but also local innovations for the future.
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Films Across Borders 21

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2021 Films Across Borders Film Festival Presents Stories in A Changing World

2021 Films Across Borders Film Festival Presents Stories in A Changing World
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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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Artist Suzanne Firstenberg's 2020 exhibition outside of RFK Stadium commemorated those who died from COVID-19.

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Education Resources to Help Teachers and Students Navigate the Impact of COVID-19

School of Education partners with In America: Remember Artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg.
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Brontè Burleigh-Jones

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Brontè Burleigh-Jones Named Chief Financial Officer

Brontè Burleigh-Jones is chief financial officer, vice president, and treasurer.
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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.

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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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