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Freshmen students found inspiration in joining AU's tradition of service.
Alumnus Dr. Malek Sbih, MBA ’05, found an unlikely mode of transportation to improve vaccine distribution in Haiti. Navigating the mountainous terrain with ease, motorcycles may be the answer to vaccine carriers’ logistical limitations.
This article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Reference Librarian Kathryn Ray. In addition to providing research guidance on a wide number of topics, Kathryn is also an expert on Washington, DC history.
Deciphering American University’s Class of 2019.
High school students explore international affairs during the Community of Scholars pre-college summer program at SIS.
American University will have a strong presence at the Nationals game on August 28.
Selected from a record-breaking amount of applications, these 42 students come from unique communities in 20 different states and Pakistan.
This summer, 11 SIS graduate students participated in a unique practicum in Kenya, led by Professor Amanda Taylor, which focused on community development through education.
Wondering how to make friends at AU? Follow the bagpipes.
Six undergraduate students in the School of International Service (SIS) are gaining career experience this summer in the field of international studies through funding from the SIS Internship Fund.
The ninth article in a series of profiles offering a ‘behind the scenes’ peek at our Library personnel. Meet Overnight Operations Coordinator Matt Barry and learn about his secret life as a college student and veteran.
Already home to some of our rarest and most unusual items, there is even more to Archives and Special Collections than most people know. Take a look at some little known facts about your Library.
SOC congratulates Jason Gold (SOC/BA '05) on his prestigious award.
American University has selected Courtney Surls, currently senior vice president for development at the Newseum, to become AU’s new vice president for development and alumni relations, effective September 15.
Two School of Public Affairs scholars played prominent roles at the recent Academy of Management convention in Canada.
AU students foster international dialogue through a virtual exchange program.
The annual Helen Hayes Awards are Washington theatre's highest honors.
Summer institute hosted by AU focuses on new science curriculum.
AU School of Public Affairs is saddened by the loss of Julian Bond, distinguished adjunct professor, who passed away Saturday, August 15, 2015.