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As part of the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program, she studied at John Hopkins
AU Museum in Spring: Participatory Sculpture, Contemporary Cuban, A Teacher’s Legacy, Myths and Time
Spring exhibits at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center open April 1.
Hannah Vecseri was home schooled from kindergarten through her high school graduation. During her sophomore year at Baylor University, she discovered that the Washington Semester Program offered a Justice and Law concentration, which peaked her interest.
Kogod graduate student gives insight on ways to polish and perfect your Kogod application.
On World Tuberculosis Day, Professor Lauren Carruth writes that zoonotic TB, which is passed from animals to humans, is a global problem.
First Woman to Launch Women's Film Festival in Pakistan
Esra Ozturk, MBA ’19, started her own company in 2016 with the assistance of the Kogod incubator. She strives to empower Turkish women and women around the world through Arzo.
Dawn Ridley, a veteran in the sports industry, talks about her Intro to Sports Management course and why it’s important to think of sports as a business.
ATV aims to assist aspiring AU filmmakers create their video projects by granting money.
SPA Professor Jon Gould was recently awarded the Administration of Justice Award from the U.S. Supreme Court Fellows Association for his contributions to the Obama Administration.
American University’s game design master’s program soared six spots to rank #16 in the world according to the just-released 2017 International Rankings by Princeton Review.
Wolf Weimer knew that he wanted to study abroad during his time at Zeppelin University in Germany. His father suggested he check and see whether the “terrific program” he had attended in the 80s still existed.
This year's Eco-Comedy Video Competition was won by film and media arts graduate student Ashley Holmes. The theme was "Conservation and Environmental Protection."
This story on the long and colorful history of the polygraph-and our nerve-wracking, heart-pounding, sweat-inducing experiences with it-is worth your time. We swear.
Lonnie Bunch Museum of African American History and Culture
Jelani Freeman entered foster care at eight years old. While in one sense he never got out, it never got him.
The purveyor of Capitol Hill Books likes what he likes - just don't say that word in his store.
Mental performance coach Brian Levenson is helping American University wrestlers off the mat
Ahead of the Farm Bill 2018: Policy, Politics, and Potential symposium at SIS on March 28, we asked Global Environmental Politics Professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace about the current and future farm bill