Who You Gonna Call: In a Post-Conflict State, Should One Look to Local or International Communities for Solutions to the Obstacle of Reconstruction? Introduction: Conflicts within countries have arisen frequently and persistently throughout the history of organized statehood. The birth of state communities was soon followed by the birth of an international community, which […]
Established in 1787, Sierra Leone began as a colony under British rule, located northwest of Liberia and south of the country of Guinea (“Profile”). After gaining its independence in 1961, the newly-formed republic struggled to maintain economic stability as a series of coups and governmental changes disrupted the shaky power of first president Milton Margai, […]
Symptoms Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental illness that develops after one has been through an experience during which their life was in danger. When an individual has this disorder, their sense of “fight or flight” has been warped, and they often feel that they are in danger in normal, everyday situations. It […]
Loie M. Faulkner Prof. Hoskins WRTG 106 October 6, 2016 The City Market at O Street Background: “O Street Market.” Wikipedia. Web. 4 October 2016. This page gives a basic history of the O Street Market building across the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, as well as the impact the changes […]
The Subterranean Genome of the Devil Worm Professor John R. Bracht Department of Biology (CAS) Abstract: The subterranean worm H. mephisto, was first discovered in a gold mine in South Africa, living nearly a mile underground in water-filled cracks in the earth’s crust. Completely isolated from the terrestrial biosphere, this organism has managed to survive, […]
Like many Americans, a cornerstone of my identity is my family’s migrant history. My relatives have traveled across oceans, deserts, mountains, and prairies to find a home—or to return home. I wonder about their motivations to take these journeys, and I am fascinated by the broader narrative of migration around the world and throughout history. […]
This session examines ways that faculty can maximize the impact of their online presence.
This session introduces faculty members and graduate students to EndNote Web as a tool for enhancing teaching and research.
This session provides a brief overview of the grants and contracts world followed by some tips on how American University’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) can bridge gaps.
I have tended to align my approach to reality (if there is such a thing) with Immanuel Kant’s conclusions regarding meaning and the best way to go about analyzing and applying it. As Gorski discusses, Kant suggests that we can never understand anything in and of itself, only as it may be perceived. Individuals are […]