The AUC School of Business is pleased to announce that the accreditation board of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) has just disclosed that the school has been re-accredited for an additional three years. This re-accreditation was achieved following an extensive and rigoro
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Dean of the School of Continuing Education James Ketterer participated in WAMC Northeast Public Radio's program, The Roundtable, on March 30. You can listen here.
Due to the uncertainty of the current situation of Coronavirus and to ensure the health and safety of AUC community, the Career Center is fully operating digitally, career advising appointments and workshops are taking place online via Zoom.
Student Ambassador Program - About the Program and Fall 2020 Recruitment!
Met launches “Nightly Met Opera Streams,” a free series of encore Live in HD presentations
AUC Theatre Program Presents: Campus-wide Remote Playwriting Challenge For Students, Staff, Faculty and Alumni.
The library is still here for you. AUC LIbrary's physical services are temporarily limited, but 24/7 research chat services are ongoing.
Abiding by the rules of social distancing while maintaining effective operations and supporting startups in such a critical time, the AUC Venture Lab has gone virtual.
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.