New York City Alumni Chapter

  

Questions?

    Alumni Relations        
    202-885-5933   
    4200 Wisconsin Ave., NW
    Melissa Bevins
    Assistant Director,
    Alumni Relations


    Not only is New York City home to Broadway, the Empire State Building, and perhaps the tastiest restaurants in the world, it is also one of American University’s largest and most diverse alumni networks. Through the New York City chapter, alumni professionals – from investment bankers to teachers – participate in a diverse range of social, cultural, and professional events. Recent events have included happy hours, museum tours, and Q&A lectures with AU faculty.

Get Involved

There is room for everyone who would like to get involved with the New York chapter. We always welcome new faces and new ideas. Fill out our alumni volunteer form to get involved, and be sure to find us on Facebook. Questions? E-mail auchapters@american.edu.         

CHAPTER LEADERS

Adam Herbst, CAS/BA '01
Marco Meneses, SOC/BA '99

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Update Your Information

Not receiving information about alumni activities in your area?  Update your contact information here or e-mail auchapters@american.edu with your grad information, address, phone number, and e-mail address. You’ll be plugged into all activities in your area.

Upcoming Events

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Rocky on Broadway with New York City Alumni
Join AU alumni, family, and friends for a night at the theater to see Rocky on Broadway. Tickets are $79 per person. RSVP by July 23.

Sunday, August 03, 2014

Pride ABCs (Alumni Brunch & Cocktails) Series
Join the Pride Alumni Alliance for the Pride ABCs (Alumni Brunch & Cocktails)! Connect and chat with other members of the LGBTQ and ally alumni community over delicious food and drinks. Brunches are in New York and D.C. each Sunday in August. Space is limited, so reserve your seat ASAP!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Faculty on the Road: FDR and the Jews
Join us for a special New York City Faculty on the Road event, hosted by Dean Peter Starr, College of Arts and Sciences, featuring a discussion moderated by Professor Richard Breitmanand Professor Allan Lichtman, based on their acclaimed book, FDR and the Jews.