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SIS Instructor and former CIA Analyst Aki Peritz plays the ultimate game of hide and seek in the new CBS reality show “Hunted.”
Women's leadership in the workplace continues to be a key area of focus--for companies and researchers alike. Find out how a team of AU graduate students helped advance the conversation.
By taking inspiration from the way corporations use business analytics to optimize their Big Data, our program measurement and evaluation processes can be greatly enhanced.
An Open Introduction to the Online Master's in Sports Analytics and Management
He takes over this month representing the more than 120,000 alumni Eagles worldwide.
Many WSP alumni eventually find their way back to DC, and some even find their way back to American University. That was the case for Kerwin Henderson, a current Research Associate in the Justice Programs Office of Public Affairs at AU.
Find out how MBA student John Ampiah-Addison discovered the secret to business success on his global consulting trip to Israel.
A message from the Alumni Association President
SIS doctoral grad Davina Durgana is on Forbes’ “30 under 30” list of people to watch in the sciences.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Nicole Caporino has received the first-ever Anne Marie Albano Early Career Award for Integration of Science and Practice from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)
Matt Cipollone, SOC/MFA '18, discusses his new documentary and how AU has helped him develop his work.
American University’s Distinguished Professor of History Allan Lichtman made national headlines last September when he predicted a Donald Trump presidential win.
Alumna Sonia Kennebeck, SIS/MA ’04, reveals the humanizing faces, stories, and hidden truths behind the US drone program in her documentary “National Bird.”
Gearing up for Global Environmental Policy’s Earth Always event on January 21, we asked Professor Paul Wapner for his insights on some of the most pressing issues facing the environmental movement.
Not everyone experiences gratitude in response to the generosity of others, according to new research by American University psychology Prof. Anthony Ahrens.
The School of International Service (SIS) will offer its MA in Social Enterprise program online in spring 2017 for students to pursue skills in entrepreneurship, business, and innovation from anywhere in the world.
Following his latest field research trip to Nigeria, Professor Carl LeVan sheds light on the country's humanitarian crisis and why good governance is crucial for meaningful relief efforts.
Casey Mendoza, a former Washington Semester Program student, has started her journalism career off strong.
Professor Fillipo Trevisan traces the strategy and successes of the online disability community in his new book.
Spring calendar filled with art, music, theatre, and dance.