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Kamal Adham Center and Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Hold 53rd African Journalists Workshop

The Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism and the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication organized the 53rd African Journalists Workshop in association with the Union of African Journalists on last Monday.

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AUC Launches El Mostakbal: The Middle East Looking Forward

This week as part of AUC's Centennial Campaign, the University launched "El Mostakbal: The Middle East Looking Forward," an initiative aimed at jumpstarting a global conversation about regional issues and local challenges, providing a high-level platform for a dialogue on significant political developments and security issues. 

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Adham Center Students, Faculty and Staff Score High at 2019’s Broadcast Education Association

Two graduate students from the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism, Ahmed Atef Abbas, and Aya Saleh, won at the BEA’s International Festival of Media Arts competition.

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AUC Hosts Cairo Media Conference Cultivating Collaboration Between the Industry and Academia

AUC hosted the Second Cairo Media Conference, Cultivating Collaboration: How Industry and Academia Can Transform Digital Storytelling. The conference focused on how media industry players could capitalize on new developments and face challenges in their field. Its main goal was to bring together academics and industry players to discuss and debate the future of the industry.

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The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy Celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary

To watch the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy celebrate its 10th year anniversary, click here.   On Sunday, March 31, 2019, the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) celebrated its 10th anniversary.

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Covering Muslim Women: Fahmy on the Burkini and the Media

Among European nations, France has been the most aggressive in seeking to limit the expression of cultural difference in the name of an ideal civic and secular identity. One important episode in this controversy was the banning of the so-called "burkini," a swimsuit made by Australian designer Aheda Zanetti that meant to blend style and Muslim sartorial decorum. 

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Stanford awards Alum Serage Amatory prestigious graduate-level Scholarship

Serage Amatory, political science and multimedia journalism double major and recipient of the Tomorrow's Leaders Scholarship at AUC, was chosen to receive a fully funded scholarship to pursue his graduate studies at Stanford University as a member of the 2019 Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. AUC is the only University in the Middle East that has representatives in this year's cohort of the program.

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AUC Centennial: 1919 Revolution Documentary Screening

The Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism, together with the Office of the Associate Provost for Research, Creativity and Innovation, hosted a screening of student documentaries about Egypt’s 1919 Revolution.

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And the Award goes to... Adham Center Students

For the second year in a row, students of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism won 3 awards at BEA’s international digital media and broadcast competition 'Festival of Media Arts'. The competition is the television industry's popular international faculty and student competition held every year in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Egypt-Japan Cooperation in the Evolving Strategic Context of Middle East and Asia

On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy of the American University in Cairo (AUC) and the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA), in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan in Cairo, have organized a symposium titled "Egypt-Japan Cooperation in the Evolving Strategic Context of Middle East and Asia". The symposium was held in commemoration of AUC's centennial and in the presence of H.E.

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Faith That Peace Will One Day Come

Are you a history buff? Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter penned a short essay for The Cairo Review of Global Affairs on the 1978 Camp David Accords.

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NASPAA Batten Student Simulation Competition 2019

AUC's Public Policy and Administration Department (PPAD) has been selected for the second time as one of 11 global host sites for the 2019 NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition, scheduled to take place on February 23, 2019 at AUC New Cairo. The title for this year’s competition is "Are You Ready to Confront Global Migration Challenges?"

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ConGrads Class of 2019!

The Class of Fall 2019 commencement doesn’t just conicide with the kickoff of the centennial festivities next month celebrating AUC’s 100th birthday, but it is also the last midyear commencement and the first school-based commencement in the history of AUC before the University completes the transition to a once-per-year model that ensures a more intimate and enhanced experience for students and their families.

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Adham Center Hosts Annual Awards Dinner and Recognizes Sanaa Mansour

The Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism in the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the American University in Cairo (AUC) hosted its annual awards dinner to celebrate the twenty seventh graduating class of the Master’s in Television and Digital Journalism program.

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Youssef Jameel Fellows Get International Exposure in South Africa

Organizing study tours for graduate students always adds greatly to their learning experience. What you see for yourself, whom you meet in person and have discussions with, even the challenges faced, are what you get to remember the most, much more than when you read a thousand books.

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