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Kogod Professor John Simson brings his passion for music from the stage to the classroom.
First generation students discuss life at AU.
Caroline Bruckner, Managing Director of Kogod's Tax Policy Center, isn't just about research and education. She’s about innovative—and impactful—change.
As candidates blanket the airwaves, AU experts discuss the past, present, and future of campaign advertising.
What he said about “Scandal,” working with The Innocence Project, and how much he likes working with Kerry Washington (spoiler: a lot--he likes working with her a lot).
Experts from academia and law enforcement gathered on campus to review findings a 1960s commission on crime, policing and justice.
On Wednesday, October 26, US National Security Advisor Susan Rice visits SIS to deliver a speech about securing LGBTQ rights around the world.
Russell Cox was used to jumping into burning buildings, but jumping into the world of business was a whole new adventure.
5 resources to help you communicate through symbols and imagery.
Annual DC Public Health Case Challenge
These highly anticipated events connect students and alumni for sharing job opportunities and career advice.
From the authors: The purpose of our study was to explore the barriers preventing Sierra Leoneans from trusting and using the Ebola response system during the height of the outbreak.
Girl with a Book founded by two American University SIS and SOC alums, Olivia Curl and Lena Shareef.
In a new book, Professor Austin Hart analyzes US and international political campaigns and television ads to challenge theories of economic voting.
When looking for an advanced degree, Ebunola Aniyikaiye knew she wanted to combine her passions of law, health, and business. But would it be possible to fit in one program?
International Communication Professor Priya Doshi Credits the Washington Semester Program for Launching Her Career
With more than 15 years of experience as an international public relations practitioner, Doshi credits the Washington Semester Program for launching her career.
Faculty and students document James Reese Europe Post No. 5.
The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History invites applications for the James Symington Award for the study of Russian language, culture, and international relations.
A class of students got an inside look into the Washington Post newsroom and editorial board.