AUS launches a new Bachelor of Science in Physics, meeting local and global demand for highly skilled scientists

American University of Sharjah (AUS) is launching a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics this coming fall semester, with the first intake of students beginning their degree in August 2018. This new physics degree will be unique to the region, offering an...
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Beyond COP21 Symposium hosted at AUS inspires students to address global climate change

American University of Sharjah (AUS) hosted the Seventh Global Beyond COP21 Symposium on April 24. This was the first time the symposium was hosted by a university or in the Emirate of Sharjah. Sponsored by the Chalhoub Group in partnership with AUS...
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International exhibition "Tolerance" opens at AUS

Featuring the work of renowned graphic designers from around the world, Tolerance , a travelling poster exhibition, was inaugurated today at the American University of Sharjah (AUS) Library. Created by the New York-based graphic designer Mirko Ilić, the show...
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Hundreds of graduate students present research at GSRC held at AUS

More than 350 graduate students from across the United Arab Emirates presented their research papers at the Fourth Graduate Students Research Conference (GSRC) held at American University of Sharjah (AUS) yesterday, April 21. Students pursuing master’s and...
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AUS student to intern with EMAAR

College of Architecture, Art and Design (CAAD) student Hudda Roshan was recently announced as the winner of a special internship with real estate development company EMAAR. The internship will allow her to work side-by-side with Spanish architect and...
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Hundreds attend popular annual AUS Environmental Day

School students and teachers from 27 educational institutions from all over the United Arab Emirates visited American University of Sharjah (AUS) to participate in Environmental Day 2018. Organized by the university’s Department of Biology, Chemistry and...
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AUS students compete to build hydraulic lifting systems

More than 130 engineering freshmen competed to build the best simple wheel-based hydraulic lifting system during the NGN 110 Introduction to Engineering and Computing Competition, held yesterday, April 18, at American University of Sharjah (AUS). The...
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