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MGMT-458 is pragmatic and applied—two attributes Lahiri believes are essential to her students’ success.
Doing it for the Story: WSP Alum Ben Thomas Helps Celebrate 20 years of Local Art in DC - One Storyteller at a Time
WSP Alum Ben Thomas is helping celebrate 20 years at DC-based Story District and 70 years with the Washington Semester Program. Here's his story.
Kogod’s Career Center is on the up and up. Meet one of their new staff members who’s shaking things up.
Jennifer LaFleur joins the Investigative Reporting Workshop as its new data editor and the School of Communication at American University as a data journalist-in-residence today.
We asked Professor Castañeda to weigh in on DACA: what does it mean, what might happen next, and what he wishes would happen in terms of immigration reform.
Professor Arthur Shapiro kicks off the first in a series of Humanities Lab lectures this Wednesday, September 20, at 1 p.m. at 228 Battele-Tompkins. He will explore the difference between what we see and how we understand and interpret what we see.
Matthews says the program is the reason why he finally started his own company, Beta Solutions CPA. “It wouldn’t have happened without Kogod’s help,” he says.
American University has been awarded the Prevention Excellence Award by EVERFI, Inc. for efforts to prevent sexual assault.
A new book written by SPA Professor Bill Davies and AU Law Professor Fernanda Nicola highlights some of the most significant EU rulings ever made.
American University opens The Market with the hopes of ending student hunger for AU students.
Learn more about the newest American University students.
Battelle-Tompkins Building recognized by EPA for “Superior Energy Efficiency”
SOC professor reintroduces "A New Presidency and the Press" course which examines how the White House and the news media, traditional and new, are not only interacting but also working on behalf of the American people.
September 15th marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, which first began as a week-long celebration in 1968. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, check out these titles from our collection!
Meet Annie Yu, one of Kogod's Center for Career Development's undergraduate career advisors!
Interested in helping make key decisions about programming and outreach to fellow Eagles? Apply for the Alumni Board!
Alumnus John Ampiah-Addison is giving a voice to the voiceless by fighting stereotypes of communicative disorders in Ghana.
Calling Future Alumni! Get involved with Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow!
Five honorees will be celebrated at a dinner on October 20.