2021 AU Involvement Fair – 2 SEP 21

2021 AU Involvement Fair – 2 SEP 21

Meet the AUMCC team at the American University, 2021 Involvement Fair! We’ll have members of the team available via Zoom from 12pm – 4pm EST on Thursday, September 2, 2021. (Open to American University students only)

How can I prepare for the Fair?

  • Explore Engage! Make sure you can sign in and browse through all that Engage offers.
  • Download the CORQ app
  • Sign in to your AU authenticated Zoom with your AU Username and Password
  • Be ready to connect with your peers and meet new people!

Zoom Booth attendees:

1200 – 1300 – Jennifer Thurston
1300 – 1400 – Max Jentsch
1400 – 1530 – David Proferes
1400 – 1600 – Kai Suherwan
1530 – 1600 – Lewis Nelson

Finding Meaning from the War in Afghanistan

Finding Meaning from the War in Afghanistan

What is the price of the war in Afghanistan? What lessons did we learn? KPBS hosts a panel discussion.

About this event

Date and time

Thu, Sep 9, 2021, 9:00 PM EDT – Online Event

Join KPBS in a conversation with experts, veterans, and families impacted by the Afghanistan War. KPBS Military Reporter Steve Walsh moderates. Panelists include:

  • Quil Lawrence | NPR Veterans Correspondent
  • Gretchen Catherwood | Gold Star Parent
  • James Seddon | Afghanistan War Veteran, US Navy
  • Farhat Popal | Immigrant Affairs Manager, City of San Diego; Immigrant Advocate
  • Nick Pilozzi | Afghanistan War Veteran, US Army

This event is FREE. All are welcome. Registration is required.

Links to the online event will be provided after registration is complete.

This event is sponsored by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a major funder of the American Homefront Project. American Homefront is a collaboration between NPR and seven public radio stations that looks at veterans and the military.

THE MODERATOR

Steve Walsh is the military and veterans reporter for KPBS. He spent a large portion of his career as a print reporter for the Times of Northwest Indiana and the Post-Tribune in Gary, Indiana. At the Post-Tribune, he was embedded in Iraq twice. As KPBS’ military and veterans reporter, he contributes to the American Homefront Project, a collaboration of public radio stations that looks at veterans and the military.

THIS EVENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY


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Stories From the Heart of Afghanistan and America’s Longest War

Stories From the Heart of Afghanistan and America’s Longest War

Dear AU Military-Connected Community and Afghan friends

Please join for this timely event featuring our an AU-SOC Professor & filmmaker, Bill Gentile.
Stories From the Heart of Afghanistan and America’s Longest War

Sunday, August 29th at 2:00 pm ET
This panel discussion brings together the untold stories of Afghan families torn apart by decades of conflict, and two journalists who covered the wars that left Afghanistan in pieces. This panel discussion is about the human cost of war. 
Panelists Include: Bill Gentile, journalist and professor; Bob Nickelsberg, photojournalist; Rohila, displaced Afghan citizen; Rahman Nawroz, displaced Afghan citizen


RSVP: https://stories-from-the-heart.eventbrite.com