The Daily Bulletin will be sent out on a weekly basis starting next week and throughout the summer. It will be sent out daily with the start of the Fall 2020 semester.
The Students as Change Agents Initiative was launched in collaboration with the School of Business and the AUC Library with the aim of meeting the current need of Libraries and Learning Technologies’ (LLT) for the development of a well-structured marketing plan to promote the AUC Library's servic
John D. Gerhart Center Announces 2020-2021 Recruitment Process for Lazord Fellowship Host Organizations
In collaboration with the Lazord Foundation and Lazord Chapters, the AUC School of Business John D.
The HUSS Awards Ceremony is a unique event where we celebrate not only academic excellence but also to celebrate and express our pride in the students' extracurricular achievements, hard work and dedication. The HUSS awards is presented to senior undergraduate and graduate students who have made
On March 4, The AUC School of Business Women on Boards Observatory, The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, and the National Council for Women launched the Women On Boards Observatory 2019 Egypt Annual Monitoring Report at the Women Economic Forum (WEF).
Tomorrow's Leaders Senior Invited to 24th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
Nourlyna Boulgamh, a Tomorrow's Leaders (TL) architecture senior from Algeria, was invited to continue the research she was working on while on her semester
On November 30, the Public Policy HUB in the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) successfully held its second annual conference to present the work of its participants for more than a year. The conference attendees came from different backgrounds, all interested in
The eukaryotic cells in most of the life forms, including human, animals, and plants, contain specialized structures, known as mitochondria, responsible for energy production. Mitochondria typically have their own DNA to encode for genes required for their function. Dr.