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The President and Board of Trustees of The American University of Rome have announced that businessman and philanthropist Mark Getty has been nominated as their honorary degree recipient for 2024.

The American University of Rome was honored to conclude this semester’s Alumni Lecture Series with a thought-provoking session delivered by alumna Katja Muñoz (IR’04).

Makenzie Webster, a junior transfer student at The American University of Rome, has achieved a significant milestone in her athletic career by helping her team, Milano Baggataway, clinch the title at the prestigious Bern Open Lacrosse Tournament.

Last year’s issue of Lit/Pub was about the slow return to a post-Covid world. This year, the initial theme was dreams – time to get on with it and think about the future.

Professor Valerie Higgins recorded a podcast on the trafficking of antiquities for the popular broadcaster History Hit, now available at 

The American University of Rome recently had the pleasure of welcoming back alumna Chevonne O’Shaughnessy (BUS ’89) to its campus. O’Shaughnessy, a member of one of AUR's earliest graduating cohorts, has since established herself as a prominent film producer and distributor.

The American University of Rome (AUR) offers an enriching educational pathway for students passionate about the past and the artistic expressions that have shaped our world.

As a senior Business major with a concentration in Finance, interning at Wandrian, a company dedicated to revolutionizing the travel experience through innovative tour and transportation solutions, provided me with a unique blend of challenges and learning opportunities.

The American University of Rome proudly welcomed back alumnus Giammarco Caccese D’Andrea (BUS’20) for an enlightening session with a keen audience.

Arts at AUR - logoOn Friday, March 29, 2024, Jason Manley will conduct masterclasses and individual mentoring sessions for AUR students.