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Students from The American University of Rome joined peers from Luiss University, Tor Vergata, Roma Tre, Sapienza University, Temple University, and John Cabot University for an intensive day of presentations, debates, and dialogue at FAO (the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Un

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).

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 (AUR), in collaboration with the Harvard Undergraduate Foreign Policy Initiative (HUFPI), is proud to announce the landmark summit "Not a Migration Crisis. A Migration Reality", taking place in Rome from March 12th to 14th, 2024.

The American University of Rome's Alumni Lecture Series continued its Spring session with a compelling dialogue led by two AUR alumni deeply engaged in the humanitarian sector.

The American University of Rome (AUR) proudly inaugurated its Alumni Lecture Series for the Spring semester of 2024 with a distinguished presentation by Nozheen Murad, an esteemed alumna from the International Relations class of 2020.

In late March of 2023, the International Relations and Global Politics program at AUR undertook an academic field trip to Helsinki, the capital of Finland. While the trip was long planned, it occurred at a particularly momentous time for Finland as it became the 31st member of NATO.

The New York Law School (NYLS) and The American University of Rome (AUR) have partnered to offer this unique Summer School on Law and Global Society in Rome. The program will be delivered on AUR’s campus in June 2023.

Early in Spring '23, students from AUR's BA in International Relations and Global Politics, class of Humanitarian Assistance, visited the Italian Headquarters of UNCHR with Professor Cornet. There they met Enrico Guida, Protection Associate at UNCHR.

Professor Giorgio Poti (International Relations & Global Politics program) recently published an article in the Journal of Global History that will so