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If you are self-motivated, curious about other cultures and aspire to be part of the international community,
then you are AUR.
Whether you want to spend 2 weeks with us touring Lazio in May, become a part of the AUR community for Summer I or II, or join us for Fall 2015, why wait? Start your road to Rome today!
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AUR and the American Overseas School of Rome to hold joint Alumni Reunion on the West Coast.
One of Time Magazine’s “100 Innovators in the World of Sports”, architect Dan Meis, will discuss with AUR students the business of designing modern sports facilities.
Academic literature & popular media are full of stories of climate change driving cultural change. This lecture will examine different regions, times, societies, & complexities to demonstrate how studies of past human-climate interactions can be applied to present-day debates on climate.
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Provost Andrew Thompson has published an edition of a working notebook by the great Victorian novelist George Eliot. Her previously unpublished “Quarry for Romola” is held in the Parrish Collection at Princeton University Library and is one of around twenty such notebooks to survive.read more
Spring 2015’s Welcome Week started off with the arrival of our biggest incoming class for Spring term ever! The students come from sixteen countries including Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iraq, Italy, Ivory Coast, Libya, Nigeria, Spain, USA, Venezuela and speak thirteen languages between them. Several Welcome Week activities have been arrangedread more
Recent FDM Graduate Francesco Malavasi Screened Documentary on Immigration at Independent Short Film Festival in Sicily
Recent Film & Digital Media graduate Francesco Malavasi’s short documentary People In Motion was one of five films featured at the independent short film festival Cefalu Cinema DOC on Saturday, January 17th. The festival’s theme of globalization deals mainly with the relationship between Italy and the rest of the world. People in Motion, consisting ofread more