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Four AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) doctoral students graduating this spring have accepted teaching positions at major universities across the country.
The Judith K. Meritz and Lawrence A. Muenz Fund provides scholarship support to students in the School of Public Affairs.
Kyle Brannon is a Star Wars fan with insights on the franchise’s legacy.
The Jean M. Sartwell Fund in the College of Arts and Sciences was established in 2014.
At a time when the reading public daily grapples with the question of fake news, the American University Game Lab/Jolt has created an accessible, easy-to-play game that helps you sort fake news from real.
Meena Nutbeam’s nonprofit provides baby boxes for mothers in Milwaukee.
AACSB selected AU's Center for Innovation in the Captial as a Top 20 Entrepreneurship Center worldwide.
SPA Associate Professor Anna Amirkhanyan, SPA Distinguished Visiting Scholar Ken Meier, and their co-authors studied the effect of management on U.S. nursing homes.
In light of North Korea’s recent missile test and South Korea’s election of a new president, Professor Ji-Young Lee discusses four facts about relations between the two countries and with the US.
On May 14, SIS's Class of 2017 heard from former UN Special Adviser to the Secretary General Lakhdar Brahimi at Commencement. We asked a few graduates what's next as they begin careers waging peace across the globe.
Matt Mullin won third place and a prize of $2,000 for his drone technology startup Sand Scan at Lab to Launch, a new science and technology entrepreneurship competition established by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Professor Christopher Rudolph’s new book explores the balance of human rights principles and power politics that impact international criminal courts.
Jessie Smith has a message for her fellow 2017 graduates.
Congratulations to our students, faculty, and staff who won a variety of school, university, and external awards and honors this year.
Four stand out American University journalism students were seated among the celebrities, journalists and political luminaries at this year’s WHCA dinner.
MTVU Campus Takeover Hits AU, student gain invaluable experience
Ron Jordan, BAE '17, reflects on his time at AU and how he "found his village" with his peers and professors.
Davina Durgana, a human trafficking statistician, and Kayla Williams, the director of the Center for Women Veterans, were presented with this year’s SIS Alumnus/a of the Year awards.
Studio Television Production course gives students the opportunity to produce original webisodes for NBC4 and produce a live educational game show.