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Developing Brain Power

Neuroscience undergraduate programs prepare scholars for life in the lab.

Nau Center To Explore America’s Defining Conflict

William Faulkner once famously wrote, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” So it is with the American Civil War, and our new center will examine the conflict in all aspects – and how it continues to influence us today.

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Two A&S Scholars Picked For China-Based Program Modeled on the Rhodes

Jan 28, 2016

Fourth-year Benjamin Harris, and 2010 alumnus Mostafa Allam have been tapped for the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars in Beijing.

The Corner to Host New Space for Students, Designed by Students

Jan 28, 2016

The Lloyd Building in The Corner business district, which most recently housed the Student Bookstore, will be transformed to feature rehearsal and performance space under a new student-designed plan.

From Grounds Onward: Class of 2015 Posts Shining Employment Numbers

Jan 28, 2016

Nearly 8 in 10 College of Arts & Sciences graduates who were seeking full-time engagement after graduation reported full-time employment or pursuit of additional studies.

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"Elena" - Spring Film Series - Arabic

Instutute of World Languages, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 6:30 PM,  125 Minor Hall

The Washingtons: George and Martha

Writer and historical biographer Flora Fraser. Presented by The Papers of George Washington and the Corcoran Dept. of History. Monday, Feb. 8, 7:00 PM, 125 Minor Hall 

The Physics of Climate Change

With Michael Mann of Penn State. Dept. of Physics, Friday, Feb. 5, 3:30 PM, 203 Physics Building

Our Public Conversation: How America Talks About Itself

Page-Barbour & James. W. Richard Lecture series. February 23, 24 & 25, 5 PM, 101 Nau Hall