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Maria Manuella Athayde is a first year MPA student with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability and Methods, and one of the two 2016 William K. Reily Scholars.
Meet Mariateresa Silvi, the Center for Environmental Policy's visiting scholar and a PhD candidate in Applied Economics at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
PMBA student Kelsey Branch shares her experiences in the program at Kogod.
MFA students launch live streaming show to feature student and independent filmmakers.
From global travel to teaching and research, we checked in with a few School of International Service (SIS) faculty and students to see how they spent their summer months away from campus.
The Kogod School of Business and AU Abroad are thrilled to launch the Brussels Business Internship Program, adding to the University’s 100+ study abroad program offerings.
Full-time job? An exciting, new city? Russell, BSBA '17, is ready for life post-graduation.
Bonus: Students will save 10 percent when purchasing new or used textbooks.
The School of Public Affairs Leadership Program is very pleased to announce the fall 2016 incoming leadership class!
On August 5, 2016, Kogod School of Business celebrated a generous feature in The New York Times on its Audience Dog Program.
The Department of Performing Arts announces the 2016 fall arts season at American University, which highlights the exceptional skills and talents of our students and faculty.
Al Mink lives--and teaches--outside of the box. This life philosophy is why he's continued teaching for Kogod’s Business@American online MBA program while on his current adventure: a 4,229 mile bicycle trip across the United States.
Kenya Alvarado spent the summer on a LAGRANT scholarship in Global Communications and Public Affairs with Starbucks in Seattle.
The Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) program in AU’s School of Education (SOE) hosted a policy and leadership career panel on May 24, 2016.
A new American Studies course will look at TV titan Shonda Rhimes.
Joint partnership will increase diversity in arts management.
Foreign Service Officer Linnisa Wahid SIS/MA’04 initially pursued international affairs because she was shocked at the lack of media attention and scant international efforts aimed at ending Sierra Leone’s civil war. Read more about how her experience.
Students and alumni now have lifelong career services benefits.