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AU SOC is hosting two high-profile events which bookend the 2017 ONA conference.
Erica Ruzic, BSBA ’12, likes to tell students that failure is a good thing. “It’s how you learn to succeed,” she says.
For the SIS community, summer wasn't just about vacation. Hear from SIS professors and students about their summer research, practica, and internships.
The inspirational human rights advocate will appear in Bender Arena on September 25.
Kogod prepared me to take on a position as a staff accountant at one of the world’s largest and prestigious firms, and foster connections that will last a lifetime. I’m so glad I made the choice to pursue my professional path at Kogod.
The School of International Service and Ritsumeikan University in Japan announce a joint undergraduate degree, effective 2018.
Stamped from the Beginning won the National Book Award.
College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Matt Fagan develops new music app, now for sale through Apple.
Professor Lauren Carruth examines the risk of and response to cholera outbreaks associated with natural disasters.
The guide for students to find out what is happening at AU and across the D.C. Area.
The celebration of SIS’s 60th anniversary launched with a special conversation with Susan Eisenhower on September 7.
This year, the School of International Service celebrates its 60th anniversary. Here’s a look at the history and growth of the school since its founding.
Meet Winter Brooks, BSBA '18. She's driven and on-the-move--and it shows.
Meg Cusik, a Washington Semester Program alumna, credits WSP for setting her up for success in her first full-time communications job.
Free, openly licensed course materials help students reduce textbook costs.
Songbird study reveals new clues about the interplay between the body's neuroendocrine and immune systems.
Luke Heselden, SIS/MA ’13, works behind the scenes to keep citizens safe.
Dilanthi Ranaweera, MA ‘15, wants rural, low-income farmers to have more opportunities: access to health care; education; better technology; and the chance to simply take a vacation.
Blaise Fairfax, MSA ’16, shares what made Kogod the perfect fit.
SIS Prof. Rachel Robinson links family planning and HIV prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa.