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In mid-2019, the AUR community formed a committee of volunteers (The AUR Environmental Action Group) to address how the university as an institution and the AUR community (both en masse and individually) could play its part in addressing the urgent issues around climate and sustainability that cu

Professor Cecilia Sottilotta, B.A. International Relations & Global Politics, has published a new book entitled 'The Politics of the Eurozone Crisis in Southern Europe. A Comparative Reappraisal'.

This ten-day intensive workshop will take place outside Rome near Carrara (Tuscany), the cradle of stone sculpture in Italy. 

This workshop carries 3 credits. These can be transferred to support your degree at your home university.
 

I first met George Soros in Tirana 20 years ago. His Open Society Foundations had little short of a holy status among young Albanians. The OSF had supported capacity building, and young Albanian professionals grasped the opportunity and started careers that were taken for granted in the West.

As part of the Food, Environment, and Society course, students attended the event "Putting Food Security and Nutrition at the Heart of Climate Action." The event showcased initiatives by both private sector and civil societ

Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the passing of Professor Terry Rossi Kirk, professors Paul Gwynne and Timothy Allen spoke to an enthusiastic audience on topics that would have been near and dear to the interests of the late professor.
 

The three artists discuss the relationship between man and nature, highlighting aspects such as fragility, conservation, transcendence, reality and illusion in a succession of intimate dimensions that

Having an internship with Congresswoman Velazquez this summer was a unique and rewarding experience.

There is now ample evidence that food provisioning is a major determinant of the unprecedented and possibly irreversible changes in ecosystems.

Sbarro Health Research Organization founder and Director, Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D., has been recognized with a career award "for the great contributions he has made and which he will co