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Lynn Addington, an associate professor in the Department of Justice, Law & Criminology, suggested that the Columbine incident constituted a cultural shift in how the public viewed school violence.
Professor Andrew Lih's students spread public knowledge, dodge social-media pitfalls.
Mandi Stewart received a prestigious fellowship that brings together doctoral students to critically examine issues in the nonprofit sector.
The AU Library wants to make your research easier and more rewarding. Here are five of the terrific tools that we offer to make your academic life a little simpler.
Undergraduates, graduates, and doctoral students win at 24nd annual Student Research Conference.
Joseph Young, an expert on terrorism and homeland security at American University’s School of Public Affairs, has been awarded the Morton Bender Prize.
Three alumni volunteers share why it’s an exciting time to be an AU alumni in NYC.
BleakHouse Publishing, an independent, not-for-profit press devoted to social justice, hosted its annual awards ceremony to honor the most outstanding BleakHouse writers of the year.
The AU Music Library is home to a range of materials and services available to all students. With a collection that includes musicals on DVD; over 10,000 CDs; scores; and music magazines, we have something for everyone.
Washington, D.C. is the hub for the nation’s foreign policy. AU’s School of International Service (SIS) is an arm’s length away from some of the most influential embassies, world leaders, and agencies in the world.
Dozens of SIS faculty and students recently returned from the 55th annual convention of the International Studies Association.
The results of the AU Association for Computing Machinery’s Baby Steps: A Game Jam for Toddlers event.
Annual career development event connects Kogod students, alumni, for mock interviews and networking.
Jeff Gan ’14 finds his sweet spot at the junction of theatre and international relations.
Despite the negative stereotypes, AU professors and students explain the merits of lobbying.
One student group represents a campus united in support.
Results show that current test can severely underestimate smoldering-combustion propensity in real furniture
Stuart Eizenstat will discuss major geopolitical, economic and security challenges that are reshaping the Jewish world.
New app helps close the mobile gap for students across the globe.
Student Dhanesh Krishnarao’s NASA internship sparked interest in space weather research.