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The AUP Community Blog is a place for global explorers to share stories and resources with their peers and colleagues. Originally developed as the AUP at Home blog during the French confinement period of Spring semester 2020, the blog allows community members to share tips and tricks and support one another with common resources.

The idea is both to strengthen AUP's ability to implement innovative teaching and learning methods and to contribute to the University's strong emphasis on community spirit. Our suggestion box is always open: don’t hesitate to reach out to communicationsataup.edu with your pitches for articles.

Stories

December 4, 2020

AUP's Advisory Board on Environmental Sustainability explains how you can get involved in campus sustainability projects.

November 5, 2020

Mat Zucker, AUP alumnus of the year 1991, shares his five top tips for a career in marketing.

October 28, 2020

AMEX chef Antonin Wateau is back with another delicious recipe just in time for Fall.

October 27, 2020

Alumna Marvis Hardy discusses her experience of Paris in the 1970s.

September 24, 2020

The AMEX's head chef, Antonin Wateau, is sharing his special recipes so you can recreate the AMEX - wherever your kitchen might be in the world.

September 18, 2020

A new city means new opportunities. Here's how to make the most of them.

July 30, 2020

In this episode of the Learning Laboratory video series, Professor Brenton Hobart discussed the similarities and differences between life during historical plagues and the current Covid-19 pandemic.

July 6, 2020

In this episode of the Learning Laboratory video series, Professor Russel Williams discusses less well-known novels that explore the theme of self-isolation and just might tell us something about what it means to hide ourselves away in 2020.

July 3, 2020

Hold yourself accountable. Take action. Advance your knowledge.

July 1, 2020

Professor Maria Medved continues to examine the relationship between Covid-19 and gender by examining why women carry a higher disease burden than men when it relates to Covid-19.

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