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Throughout his career, Loren Duggan has learned from mentors – and then trained a new generation of reporters and analysts – to help demystify the legislative process.
Two awards will be given—one for an individual in government (local, state, tribal or federal) and the other for an individual in the non-profit or business sector.
Ana Sol Gutierrez addressed AU students’ & housekeeping staffs’ monthly cultural exchange.
Biochemistry Prof. Stefano Costanzi's model provides an important visual as researchers work to uncover possible treatments for growth-altering conditions.
Using the case study of Nigeria, Assistant Professor Carl LeVan‘s new book explores how political actors and the policymaking process shape government performance.
Ki’tay Davidson was a champion for disability rights – a passion that was honored at the White House.
Whistleblower Cynthia Cooper impresses the need for ethical behavior in her speech at the Annual Lecture on Fraud and Forensic Accounting.
Brian F. Keane, former president of American University’s Alumni Association, is on a mission to promote clean, renewable energy sources through his business, SmartPower.
Dave Simnick and Daniel Doll believe the best policy for sustainable global development is soap and water.
Our featured database, Met Opera on Demand offers an extensive catalog of more than 500 performances, all available to watch instantly.
When not in the classroom, Bill Gentile is criss-crossing the world to practice his craft.
Students in the Health Promotion program come together to give back to the community by helping local families.
The American University community reacts to the events in Ferguson.
Chemistry students learn the science of food through real-life cooking competition.
The first member of his family to attend college, Carlos Vera has spent his time at SPA seizing every opportunity that has come his way, and looks forward to the chance to give back.
First-generation college student Carlos Vera has overcome numerous trials to reach his current successes.
In his forty-plus year history at SPA, Professor Howard McCurdy has covered it all, but perhaps most interesting has been his focus on space policy.
Statistics professor Michael Baron explores the possibilities of sequential analysis.
Five questions for Public Health Program Director Jolynn Gardner.