Register Now for the Teaching, Research, and Technology Workshops
The Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning invites all faculty and staff to attend Teaching, Research, and Technology. This workshop series demonstrating new and innovative approaches to classroom teaching and research will be held Wednesday, August 16th, Thursday, August 17th, and Wednesday, August 23rd, in the Mary Graydon Center. This year’s workshops feature 34 sessions and two lunch presentations. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on August 17 and 23. To learn more and to register, please visit the website below.
Sponsor: Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning
Carly Clayman's Dissertation Defense-Department of Psychology
Carley Clayman will defend her dissertation on July 27, 2017 at 11 a.m. in the Biology Conference Room (Hurst Hall 102). The title of her dissertation is: "The role of ethanol and caffeine pre-exposure in behavioral and neurochemical responses of juvenile and adult zebrafish (danio rerio).
Victoria P. Connaughton, Ph.D., Chair Laura M. Juliano, Ph.D. David N. Kearns, Ph.D. Naden T. Krogan, Ph.D. Eric Glasgow, Ph.D.
Political Science PhD candidate Bill Harder will defend his dissertation THE ADMINISTRATIVE GOVERNOR AND THE PARTIES ENVIRONMENT, on Friday, July 28, 2017, at 1:30pm in Ward 300. The public is invited to attend.
Public Administration PhD candidate Ray Zuniga will defend his dissertation, Policies Affecting Educational Outcomes in Primary, Secondary and Postsecondary Education, on Friday, July 28, 2017, at 9:00am in Ward 300. The event is open to the public.
Sponsor: Department of Public Administration and Policy
Exploring disAbility: Access, Identity, and Inclusion workshop - August 2, 2017
CDI's next Exploring disAbility: Access, Identity, and Inclusion workshop will be on August 2 from 1 - 4 p.m. Register today! What does it mean to be a person with a disability? Do people view disability as an identity? In this workshop, we’ll explore disability as an identity that is part of the diverse community at AU, recognize problematic attitudes and assumptions, and discuss ways to challenge ableism to create a more inclusive environment.
Safe Space: Understanding LGBTQ Identities workshop - July 26
Join CDI when they host their next Safe Space: Understanding LGBTQ Identities workshop on July 26 from 1 - 4 p.m. Learn about the LGBTQ community and how you can change behaviors to be more inclusive of this population. This workshop will explore LGBTQ identities, barriers to inclusion, and ways to support this community on and off campus.
CDI's next Trans 101 workshop will be on August 9 from 1 - 4 p.m. Register today! This workshop will explore trans and non-binary identities more in-depth, discuss barriers to inclusion, and provide opportunities to engage in how to support trans and non-binary people at AU.
NEW STUDENTS: Submit One Card Photo before July 31
Incoming students are strongly encouraged to submit a One Card (university identification card) photo online in advance of the start of the academic year. Please submit your photo by July 31. If you have questions about One Card photo submission requirements or need more details about how to submit, review the guidelines at the link below.
One Card & Dining Programs: Free Faculty/Staff ID Replacements
Staff and Faculty members will be able to replace damaged or lost IDs at no cost this summer. We will be waiving the traditional $20 replacement fee until we move to our new permanent location in early August. Please stop by our office in Mary Graydon Center room 330N to take advantage of this offer.
One Card & Dining Programs: Summer Hours, Relocation, and Fees
The One Card & Dining Programs Office has temporarily relocated this summer. Please visit our new location in Mary Graydon Center 330N for any One Card-related inquiries. Our summer hours will be 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, for the remainder of the summer term.
In light of our relocation, we will be waiving the traditional $20 replacement fee until we move to our permanent location in early August. We hope that community members will use this opportunity to renew their card credentials at no cost. Future academic year schedule and location updates will be announced via Today@AU.
We've Simplified the PMP Year-End Appraisal - Complete the Updated Form by July 31
The PMP Redesign Team heard staff and managers and simplified the year-end form making it easier and faster to complete. This gives you and your manager more time to have a meaningful discussion. The year-end appraisal still consists of your self-review, the year-end discussion, and managers need to complete the form by July 31. The overall performance rating remains a factor in the merit increases awarded in September. Visit AsuccessfulU on the myAU portal to access your form and resources to help with the year-end process. Allow time to forward your form to your manager, have your discussion and complete the form.
Preview Days are AU's premier event for prospective students and families. At Preview Day, you and your family will meet current AU students and faculty, tour the campus with a student ambassador and learn about academic programs, the career center, study abroad, campus life, scholarships, financial aid and more. Register by contacting us directly at 202-885-6000 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. …more
Type: Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions
To learn more about Today@AU or to submit an announcement, please visit the myAU portal. Today@AU lists events from the Master Calendar. To learn how to schedule and advertise an event see the Resource 25 informational site.