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Study Abroad: Experiencing Cairo Through AUC

Dean of Students George Marquis SAB '81, MA '87 Associate Vice President for Advancement Kim Jackson '84 and Olivia Smith, current study-abroad student from Bard College, recount their unique and life-changing experiences studying abroad at AUC and experiencing Cairo.

Pursuing a Passion for Physics

Yumna Moussa, a physics major originally from Assuit, didn't give up on her dream of studying physics at AUC. Although she was initially unable to afford her studies at the University, she kept her eye out for scholarships and was soon awarded the Joseph Van Vleck Endowed Scholarship to pursue her passion at AU

AUCians from All Corners of the World

Students dressed in traditional attires, waved their countries' flags proudly, shared their diverse cultures with one another and showed off their talents with performances on the central stage at AUC's 31st international day.

Psychology Students

A Taste of Teaching: Educational Psychology Students Mentor Community Youth

Learning about teaching may seem simple at times. But actually applying what you learn in the classroom is another game entirely.Likening teaching to juggling, students in Heba Kotb's Educational Psychology class had the chance to learn about the classroom experience as well as contribute to serving communities in need of educational resources and support around Egypt through activities such as learning-through-play modules, English tutoring and curriculum development.

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 Bernard O’Kane Islamic Architecture

Islamic Architecture at AUC: 'Harmonizing Cultural Heritage with Modernity'

It was during his summer holidays as a student that Bernard O’Kane, now professor of Islamic art and architecture, took trips from Ireland to Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iran -- and “was hooked.”

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Why Do People Smoke? Faculty Insight from Research on Arab-Americans

 You’ve seen them, or maybe you take part: a gaggle of students blatantly smoking two meters in front of the new designated smoking areas. So, what’s the science behind our reasoning for picking up a cigarette -- or refusing to put one down?

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