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Former Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Gina McCarthy, visited with American University School of Public Affairs students, faculty, and the community to talk about environmental policy.
New research by AU School of Public Affairs’ Nathan Favero examines just what kind of public management style leads to the better outcomes.
Read about our conversation with Daymond John, where he offers rich insight into his own journey—what motivates him, what impassions him, and how he got to where he is today.
Valentina Aquila, an assistant professor of environmental science, is an atmospheric scientist who uses global climate models, as well as satellite, aircraft, and ground based observation to understand the role aerosols play in the world’s climate system.
Ever heard of small business Saturday? If you’re a local business-lover like us, it’s definitely a day worth celebrating.
SIS Professor Philip Brenner explores Cuban history and identity.
This Fall, The Princeton Review ranked Kogod #3 for greatest opportunities for minorities, and #4 for greatest opportunities for women.
A distinguished filmmaker in residence at American University's School of Communication explains why Get Out is entered as a comedy in the Golden Globe awards.
American University has launched an initiative to raise $40 million to construct a state-of-the-art Hall of Science.
Genever Oppong, BSA minoring in finance, ’18, is a change-maker. It’s why she pursued business education in the first place.
Faculty and PhD students will represent the School of Communication at the National Communication Association annual conference on November 16-19, 2017.
President Trump's whirlwind tour of Asia revealed that Trump’s style of diplomacy focuses more on his personal relationships with world leaders than diplomatic relations between countries.
A new report by SPA faculty explores the relationship between nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and local governments in developing countries.
AU donors and friends joined President Sylvia Burwell at the President’s Circle Celebration to celebrate and reflect on the many ways AU looks to the future and leads.
All-American Weekend was filled with laughter, great weather, and lots of fun! Hundreds of alumni returned relive their days at American University and participate in a wide variety of events throughout the city.
Norman Early went on to become Denver’s district attorney.
Women of Color Healing and Empowerment Circles aim to help students replenish themselves in order to thrive and lead.
The School of Professional & Extended Studies sits down with spoke word artist Theo Wilson and Washington Post reporter Peter Holley to talk race, politics, and the internet age.
Campaign visuals developed by American University students are helping RIF's campaign for literacy.