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This summer, spend your next rainy day playing board games with some friends! The AU Library has more than 80 games to choose from at the Reserves and Technology Borrowing Desk.
Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera recently escaped a maximum-security prison for the second time. We asked Associate Professor Carolyn Gallaher for insight:
Psychology professor explores the cerebellum’s role in cognitive development.
Dean James Goldgeier announced two important leadership changes at the School of International Service.
“Science is a reservoir of great stories,” author Ivan Amato told AU students doing summer research
The regional competition – to be held February 6-7, 2016 – is a qualifier for the opening rounds of the national Mock Trial competition.
Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, a new program form the Office of Sustainability will train ambitious, passionate, and creative undergraduate students to become highly effective peer educators.
SPA professor talks about the challenges of sending people to Mars.
After intensive negotiations, world powers and Iran announced a landmark deal on Tuesday to curb Iran's nuclear program. We asked SIS Assistant Professor Robert Kelley, an expert on public diplomacy and civil society, for some insight:
These steamy summer days may have you wilting, but they do make cooling off with a frozen treat even more satisfying. July is National Ice Cream Month, so curl up with one of these titles and a big sundae.
Michael Robinson receives nearly $1.5 million to study topological methods for analyzing data in defense department grants.
In the past four years, several faculty members at the School of International Service (SIS) have received prestigious fellowships at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
American University professor's book examines religious roots of the modern environmental movement.
On June 27th, AU SPA Professor and author Robert Marshak joined a group of students, faculty and alumni to discuss his new book on organization development.
The AU Pride Alumni Alliance had a busy month with bi-coastal alumni engagement.
On Friday, August 28, the AU community will again celebrate the university’s partnership with the Washington Nationals.
The School of Public Affairs recently brought together an engaged group of scholars from to explore better ways to collect and use data from nonprofits.
The seventh article in this profile series offers a ‘behind the scenes’ peek at Christine Weidner, a student worker turned Library Operations Specialist, who is about to depart for the next step in her academic career—an MA/PhD program!
"I didn't realize...how much film and telling stories saved me from drowning in anguish and gave me hope," says Najjar.
Sink your teeth into our Shark Week collection highlights. AU Library has picture books, streaming videos, and scholarly works relating to everyone’s favorite apex predator.