Assistant Professor Daniel Esser, an expert on aid effectiveness who has conducted field research in Mexico, explains the root causes of the influx and suggests ways to slow the flow of people to the United States.
School of Communication professor contributes to CNN Series on the 1960s.
Alumna and art advocate Carolyn Alper’s gift will establish the Alper Initiative for Washington Art.
Government agencies increasingly tap AU for trainings on LGBTQ inclusion.
Representatives from American University met recently with Tenleytown neighbors to provide an update on construction at the new Washington College of Law (WCL).
Team of College students win award for study on vaccines and socioeconomics.
Music Program Director Nancy Jo Snider gives insight into the duties of a professional musician.
A lesson in storytelling and real-world experience.
Annual conference provides accounting undergraduates the opportunity to meet current professionals and peers.
The Journal of Public Affairs Education releases a new index, and the results award SPA high marks in research in the field of public administration.
Gould will join the National Science Foundation as a visiting director of its Law and Social Sciences Program.
Corey Schneider, Kogod/BSBA ’11, creates a new exploration-driven community named the New York Adventure Club.
Associate Professor Cathy Schneider’s new book, Police Power and Race Riots: Urban Unrest in Paris and New York, traces the history of urban upheaval in New York and Paris, focusing on the interaction between police and minority youth.
Discover what motivates Houston alumnus Robert W. Johnson, Esq., SPA/BA ’81 to give his time and talent to AU.
Graduate student wins Fulbright- National Geographic Fellowship.
On Friday, August 22, the AU community will celebrate the university’s partnership with the Washington Nationals.
Need some summer literary recommendations? OCL’s got you covered.
Scholar-in-Residence Benjamin Jensen, an expert on international security, explains the situation in Iraq and outlines next steps.
Ana-Cecilia Alvarez, BSBA ’11, will build her skills in international financial services on a unique type of Fulbright grant to Mexico City.