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President’s Award winner Tatiana Laing reflects AU’s highest ideals.
Kent Wagner and Camila DeChalus are the 2016 recipients of the international reporting award.
Kelly Mitchell, SIS/MA ’15, participated in the Conflict Transformations, Peacebuilding, and Human Security practicum in Fall 2015. Mitchell told us more about her experience and how it led to a career opportunity in Guatemala after graduation.
AU Student Sustainability Educators hosted a Summit at the Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference, bringing students from 23 different colleges and universities to share initiatives to elevate sustainable practices.
After finding Carly Fiorina at a planned Ted Cruz appearance, student Meghan Puryear secured an interview that hinted at VP pick.
Two SOC students have been named International Reporting Student Fellows
Congratulations to our SIS faculty, alumni, staff, and student awardees of 2016!
The Kogod School of Business at American University announces the opening of the AU Center for Innovation in the Capital.
Dr. Cristel Russell is published in the Journal of Advertising Research for a study conducted in the lab.
Office of Sponsored Programs Director James Casey talks the ins and outs of research management.
New research presented in London on April 26 by SPA Professor Jeremy Shiffman highlights the role of networks in how global health problems are addressed.
CAS Advisor Andrea Malamisura receives recognition
Global Health Mini-University provides career insight to public health students.
SPA sponsored six students to attend and present their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Ambassador Thomas Pickering returned to the School of International Service (SIS) on Wednesday, April 13, to discuss “Envisioning the Future of the United Nations.”
Candice Norwood and Trey Yingst will address SOC graduates, friends and family at the 2016 Commencement ceremony.
Gray Hall earns the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Existing Buildings Silver certification.
Students reflect on covering the New Hampshire primaries, the class itself and their documentaries.
Noted scholar is nationally recognized for negotiation, dispute resolution, and labor-management relations research.
Lineup includes well-known experts in journalism, entrepreneurship, government, international affairs, and the arts.