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Keep up-to-date with all the latest AUC news
Aisha Altubuly

Aisha Altubuly '21 Combats Gender-Based Violence in Libya

“Gender-based violence can be in the form of patriarchal norms through propagating gender stereotypes and always putting women and girls in a weaker position, or assuming that certain things are out of their capacity because of their gender traits and identity,” asserted Aisha Altubuly '21, political science graduate who received the Tomorrow’s Leaders US State-Department Funded (TL) scholarship at AUC.

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nour and heba

Know, Be, Rise: ‘Unscripted’ Dialogs with Female Leaders

“’'Empowered women, empower women’. This quote has always driven me forward as I grew up surrounded by empowered women who pushed me to be who I am today,” said Nour Hesham, marketing senior and president of the Business Association (BA). 

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amira eldeeb

Amira El-Deeb Receives Multiple Awards for Women's Empowerment

Amira El-Deeb, assistant director of the Career Development Department at AUC's School of Continuing Education, has long been recognized for her role in empowering and leading other women at AUC and around Egypt. This past year, she received the Stevie Award for Women in Business (education category) and was recognized as a Champion of Change by the Women in International Education.

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Influential Women #MakingAUCProud

March 8, AUC is full of women who lead, inspire and accomplish. For International Women's Day 2021, we feature 21 women we highlighted in News@AUC this academic year.

Campus Conversation: Updates

March 7, This Campus Conversation discusses University updates on COVID-19, anti-harassement training, hybrid instruction and more.

AUC Students Creates Concrete for Planet Mars

March 4, A group of construction engineering students at AUC developed a type of concrete from materials present on planet Mars to help mankind to inhabit the planet.


Faculty in The Media

Laila El Baradei '83, '88

In an article for the PA TimesLaila El Baradei '83, '88 talks about COVID-19 and ethical dilemmas.

Natalia Borrego

Natalia Borrego, postdoctoral teaching fellow in the Core Curriculum, is hosting a series for PBS titled "Animal IQ." Her first episode on dogs is available. 

Bahia Shehab (MA '09) and Haytham Nawar

The National showcases designs from Bahia Shehab (MA '09) and Haytham Nawar's award-winning book, A History of Arab Graphic Design.



AUC athlete and computer engineering senior Mohamed El-Shenawy ranked seventh among 17 competitors in the 2021 World Rowing Indoor Championships.


Competing with more than 150 startups, the Department of Chemistry's NanoEbers recently won the Coup de Couer prize at the French-Egyptian Startup Competition for creating a technology used to detect toxins in water.


Five alumnae are ranked in Forbes Middle East as some of the top 50 power businesswomen in the region for their "resilience, flexibility and strength in the face of unprecedented adversity."

People of AUC


At a glance

AUC at a Glance 2020

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Covid issue

COVID-Connected: AUCians Embrace New Normal

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In Service of Egypt

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Arabic Studies

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Graduate study

Graduate Studies

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President's Report

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AUC Scholarships

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Community Service

100 Years of Community Engagement

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making history again

Making History Again

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