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AU Emerging Global Leader Scholar Biggie Tangane plans to support a new Africa.
After nearly three decades at the School of International Service (SIS), longtime Associate Dean Leeanne Dunsmore announced to colleagues that she will retire in early November.
The AU Alumni Board honored five distinguished Eagles at its annual awards dinner on October 18.
SOC’s new political communication co-director discusses her background, upcoming midterm elections.
Anthropology PhD student researches the food sovereignty movement in Ghana.
Erin Fuller, FASAE, MPA, CAE, is a leader in nonprofit management, and credits her experiences at AU's School of Public Affairs with preparing her.
SOC, KPU organize conversation around American Forum on the topic of midterm elections and the issues that matter.
We asked SIS Professorial Lecturer Nathan Paxtonto explain how social science can contribute to an understanding of the Ebola epidemic.
October is LGBTQ History Month and to celebrate we have highlighted some of the best LGBTQ books, films, and CDs in our collection.
Newly revised BA in Public Relations & Strategic Communication degree allows for increased flexibility and learning opportunities.
AU celebrates National News Engagement Day with first-ever News Games competition.
In an event at the School of International Service on October 15, a discussion occurred the prospects for the American-led campaign against ISIS.
Actor and activist Geena Davis appears at All-American Weekend.
Sanabria's path of public service has him educating Colombia's future leaders and continuing on a mission to modernize Colombia's public sector workforce.
The Center for Environmental Policy is soliciting nominations for the William K. Reilly Awards for Environmental Leadership, given on March 26, 2015.
Monica Jeffries Hazangeles returns to AU as Alumni in the KNOW speaker on October 25.
Professors Arthur Shapiro and Matthew Hartings hit the road to spread their love of science.
Alumni like Allison Bawden help the School of Public Affairs maintain a connection to its original mission as a training ground for federal employees.
Learn more about the new Geospatial Research Lab and Idea Space, a joint venture between Academic Technology and Research, Teaching, and Learning located in the Anderson Computer Complex.
Kogod hosted an international discussion on sovereign wealth funds, featuring executives from around the world.