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Inspiring! Hear AUP alum and entrepreneur Heiko Fischer on The Future of Work
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The study environment at AUP certainly contributed to the notion of RH - especially the possibility to do a directed study, where I could design my own course with external professors.
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New Scholarships in Honor of AUP's Founder Dr. Lloyd DeLamater (pictured center).

Two students of AUP’s incoming 50th class will receive full tuition scholarships for their undergraduate studies along with support for their living expenses!

The Dr. Lloyd and Marie DeLamater Presidential Scholars will be chosen via application, and on the basis of academic promise, leadership potential, and fina...ncial need, from among those entering undergraduate students who have chosen to study in one of the liberal arts fields at AUP.

Next fall, when the incoming 50th class assembles for Convocation in the nave of The American Church in Paris, ACP/AUP’s original home, it will be to honor Dr. and Madame DeLamater’s spirit, vision, and commitment to what has become The American University of Paris.
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President Celeste Schenck has a new blog entry about her recent trip to Washington D.C., meeting with AUP alums, and the joys of being a University President~
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the american university of paris i want in formation for that university in january
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During your stay in Paris, don't forget to walk or stroll around in this fantastic Parisian flea market!
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Stephen Sawyer, chair of the History Department and founder of the Urban Studies program at AUP, and an international / interdisciplinary team of researchers have completed their project funded by the City of Paris on cultural scenes in the Paris metropolitan region entitled, Une Cartographie Culturelle de Paris-Métropole:

http://www.aup.edu/faculty/publicatio/Sawyer_CartographieCulturelle2011.p...df

The results of the project will be presented in the Salons of the Hotel de Ville de Paris on November 18, 2011 (paris2030.com) and at AUP on Monday, November 21, 2011 at 6:30pm.

An article was published yesterday by Liberation on the project:

http://grandparis.blogs.liberation.fr/vincendon/2011/11/a-paris-en-2030-quelle-ambiance-pour-mon-quartier.html
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~Get To Know the 7th~

Do you know this building? C'est Le Musée du Quai Branly!

Just around the corner from AUP, the museum displays collections of objects from African, Asian, Oceanian and American civilizations.
http://www.quaibranly.fr/en/
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The Cahiers Series is published jointly by Sylph Editions and The Center for Writers & Translators at The American University of Paris. The goal of this series is to make available new explorations in writing, in translating, and in the areas linking these two activities.

Out this week: Cahier 17 by Ivan Vladislavic. Details at http://www.sylpheditions.com/Cahiers/17.html
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Tomorrow night at the invitation of the Center for Writers & Translators, American novelist Helen DeWitt will discuss the topic of translation in the context of a range of phenomena that are only partly linguistic. Helen DeWitt is the author of The Last Samurai (called “arguably the most exciting debut novel of the decade” by Sam Anderson in New York magazine) and Lightning Rods.
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Visit Open House at The American University of Paris and meet current students, faculty, and admissions representatives to learn more about the AUP experience. We will offer information sessions, a "fair" highlighting our many academic areas of studies, and tours of the campus.
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The Fall 2011 AUP Magazine is now available! Click the link for news from our alumni community, upcoming events, our new logo and more!
Home; Past Issues; AUP Website; AUP Alumni; Contact. Summary #14. Features. Messaging from the Core: AUP's Story at 50; Our New Logo; Evolution of the Logo. On Campus. Syllabus: Brands and Belief;...
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The American University of Paris (AUP) is a private, independent, and fully-accredited liberal arts and sciences university located in the heart of Paris, France. 

Founded in 1962, the university is the oldest American institution of higher education in Europe and welcomes students from over 100 countries into 17 Bachelor and 9 Master's programs every year.

To find out more about The American University of Paris, please visit our website.

To contact our Admissions Office, please fill out one of our inquiry forms or contact us at +33 1 40 62 07 20. 
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