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Lauren Beck represents Kellogg Company to the U.S. Congress with a focus on nutrition and supply chain policy.
Recently elected as Washington DC’s Ward 1 councilmember, Brianne Nadeau brings a commitment to community activism and expertise in communications and advocacy.
The public media journalist, producer, and critic will lead the newspaper and website as it expands its coverage and impact in U.S. public and nonprofit media spaces.
Introducing our new cookbook collection! This collection supports a variety of academic programs, including College Writing, Chemistry, and American Studies—and provides new, fun ideas for your weekend baking extravaganza.
After overcoming adversity as an underclassman, volleyball star Monika Smidova shines at the top of the Patriot League.
Vivian Santora built a career as fundraising professional and today serves as chief development officer at Women’s World Banking.
Communication is key for Terry Szuplat, the senior director for speechwriting in President Obama's National Security Council.
A 2008 graduate of the School of Public Affairs, Joe Vidulich maintains strong ties to the AU community as an advocate for alumni and students alike through the Alumni Board.
Incoming SOC professor looks for civic engagement through games.
As chief executive officer of the Everglades Foundation, Eric Eikenberg fights with a fervor often reserved for lobbyists and political operatives.
Spotlight on the International Development Program
After nearly 40 years of experience in healthcare, in both public and private sectors, Dr. John Boyer continues to look fondly on his experiences at SPA.
CLEG major and participant in the inaugural SPA Dean's Leadership program, Valerie Merahn Simon was exposed to career options at SPA that she had never considered before.
Taryn Morrissey, assistant professor at the School of Public Affairs, works to examine and improve public policies for vulnerable children.
Historian Peter Kuznick, Nuclear Studies Institute director, mines the past to provoke dialogue.
AU Game Lab students will help define and develop disruptive leadership in media and journalism.
Julian Bond brings to SPA a proud history as a leader in the civil rights movement, a voice for social activism, and a facilitator of peace movements all across the country.
More than 4,000 people attend pop-up indie event.
Mike Panetta is an award-winning public affairs campaign strategist who specializes in using digital and social media for creative issue advocacy and grassroots activism.
An expert in American politics, Professor Suhay brings to her scholarship a unique curiosity about how the formation of political opinions.