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American University and Participant Media launch hub for entertainment and social change.
The book launch for Chris Palmer's book, "Now What Grad?"
College of Arts and Sciences students and faculty give thanks.
Students take classes and spend a week with writer in residence.
What’s lost when pensions, privacy, and paper maps disappear?
Will discuss the story of the universe on November 30.
The IT department hosted their annual IT's a Carnival event for students interested in the IT field.
Kogod hosted the second annual Sovereign Wealth Funds Conference.
Robin Suerig Holleran’s, SOC/BA ’82, story is a disaster—plane and simple
American University’s Model United Nations team are competing at some of the nation’s top universities.
The Bachelors of Arts degree in International Studies is offered to undergraduate students at the School of International Service (SIS).
An SOC student, Rafaella Pastor created PSAs that are airing throughout Honduras
Veteran journalist María Elena Salinas talked Latino empowerment in McKinley.
A new Double Masters Degree in Politics and International Service was just introduced in affiliation with the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick in Coventry, England.
David J. Skorton, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, will be American University's Fall Commencement keynote speaker.
In light of the attacks in Paris, Ambassador Gérard Araud's remarks at SIS on French foreign policy are now of even greater importance.
Adrienne Salazar is an outstanding graduate student who exemplifies Lynch’s passion for politics, journalism, and ethics.