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TED Fellow and tissue engineer Nina Tandon will describe the inventions being created with cells.
Associate Professor Christine Chin came to write her ground-breaking book, Cosmopolitan Sex Workers: Women and Migration in a Global City, somewhat reluctantly, as it was a subject fraught with contention in feminist scholar circles.
Environmental science professor Kiho Kim discusses his recent research in Guam.
An update on the three-year Public Health Program with students near completion.
In new film, SOC professor Carolyn Brown tells the story of Salinas.
Student Mark Lieberman brings "The M&M Report" to AU's student paper.
This year's William K. Reilly Awards will honor Daniel Esty and Nsedu Obot Witherspoon. Former Senator Bob Graham will give the keynote address as the ceremony.
AU alumni impart industry-specific knowledge and career advice to inspire current students
A team of Afghan law students is the focus of a new documentary co-produced by AU's School of Communication.
The team of master's students will compete at the national tournament, to be held at AU on March 21 and 22.
Participants include former White House counsel Robert Bauer, who will discuss the success and failures of the Obama administration in implementing reform.
Prof. Carolyn Brown takes viewers behind the scenes of her new film, The Salinas Project.
As the situation in Ukraine becomes increasingly tense and uncertain, SIS experts weigh in.
Key Executive MPA alumnus John Czajkowski was recently named the Executive Dean for Administration with Harvard Medical School.
Starting in January 2014, the Writing Center is located in Bender Library. You can find it on the 1st Floor, in a new, convenient location. Students may schedule consultations to discuss and improve their writing projects six days a week.
For the second year in a row, the Motley Fool Money radio show recorded its weekly broadcast from campus on Thursday, February 27, 2014.
Participants in AU’s Alternative Spring Break to the U.S. Corn Belt will be blogging for Food Tank in March.
Freddy Scott’s song parody has been picked up by media and online outlets all over the world.
Leading Arts Researcher and Consultant Alan Brown Speaks at AU Arts Management Colloquium
“The reality in Iraq is very different from that portrayed in the international media,” said the Iraq ambassador to the United States Lukman Faily.