February 15, 2017 - AUIS clubs displayed their activities in the cafeteria for interested students to see and sign up to. The event was organized by the Student Services Office. AUIS clubs offer a wide range of activities to choose from, like music, acting, volunteering, environemntal campaigns, and reporting. Click here to find out more about AUIS student clubs.
The Information Technololgy department at AUIS is hosting an event for all IT students to get together, connect, and enjoy free food and drink.
Come and enjoy creative displays of Rube Goldberg models by AUIS students! The Engineering Club is hosting their second annual AUIS Rube Goldberg competition on November 24th after the success of last year's event. This time, the audience will also get a chance to pick their favourite model. Read about the first AUIS Rube Goldberg competition here. Rube Goldberg was an American cartoonist, engineer and inventor. He has become famous for his Rube Goldberg Invention comics which depict simple tasks being completed through a series of complicated steps connected in a chain reaction. Although he never created the machines in his comics, it has inspired other engineers to create their own. The Rube Goldberg annual competition invites high school and college level teams from around the world to create their own Rube Goldberg machines to complete a simple task. The link explains more about the Rube Goldberg competition: http://rubegoldberg.com/
This event is part of the First Year Experience social activities program. Katy McGarr will show dorm students how they can make quick and nutritious food on a hot plate. This event is open to all APP students.
This event is part of the First Year Experience social activities calendar. Moderated by Caitlin Rovner, students will learn different visual arts techniques. This event is open to all APP students.