Top Features of AUC's New Website

AUC's website has been redesigned with a fresh look and updated with advanced features to enhance your user experience. Here are the top things to look out for on the new website:

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Zahi Hawass

London Initiatives: Supporting Students New and Old

AUC’s London Benefit Gala Dinner, “Egypt Reborn,” raised more than GBP 150,000, which will be used for pooled scholarship funds for Egyptian students at AUC.

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Making Cents of the Economy

Egypt has moved from being in a “crisis zone” only two years ago to an “investor haven” now, according to Bloomberg. Tarek Selim ’92, ’95, economics professor and most recently a research fellow in emerging markets at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, explains why the Egyptian economy is on the rise and what it can do to continue to improve.

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hive classroom

The Buzz About HIVE

Last spring, a group of students presented their ideas on building an energy-efficient business center to their architecture class at AUC. There were four group members presenting, but only three were present. The fourth student joined them through a video conference call — not because she was sick — but she was in Arizona. The HIVE Program, or Harnessing Innovation through Virtual Exchange launched with students from AUC and the University of Arizona (UA) to share a class through virtual exchange.

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AUC Provost Ehab Abdel-Rahman and Dow Egypt's Country Manager Momen Adel sign the AUC-Dow research and development partnership

AUC, DOW Partner to Address Egypt’s Energy Needs

AUC and Dow, the world’s largest chemical company, have partnered to enhance research, development and demonstration projects that deliver on industrial and academic goals. 

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Pink Ribbon Week: First Campus Health Fair Raises Awareness of Breast Cancer

According to the World Cancer Research Fund International, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second most common cancer in general. The good news is: It is a highly treatable disease. 

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