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Online graduate students from around the world gathered on campus in Washington, D.C., to interact in person with peers, faculty, and staff during the summer 2016 On-Campus Immersion.
Graduates of the School of International Service (SIS) go on to serve the world in careers and other post-graduate opportunities in government, nonprofits, and business. Learn more about what some graduates will be doing after commencement.
"I have gained new skills, a new way of thinking, and a newfound confidence."
Postdoctoral Fellow Anne Sullivan
AU's new Department of Health Studies promotes scholarship in a field that touches every school in the university.
Fighting HIV through Scientific Leadership
Justin Morgan Focuses on Health—For Everyone
AU PhD Student Helps Excavate Ancient Human Relative
Professor Allan Lichtman's Historic Record of Predicting US Presidential Elections
American University honors its best and brightest students with its 2016 Student Awards. Read the profiles of each of these dynamic students.
With only two years under its belt, AU’s game design MA program is ranked 22nd in the world by Princeton Review and number 13 in Animation Career Guide's ranking of East Coast games program.
McKinley becomes the second building on the AU campus to achieve LEED Gold status.
We asked Associate Professor Rachel Sullivan Robinson a few questions about her research with SPA Professor Jeremy Shiffman on the politics and policy surrounding sexuality education in Nigeria and Mississippi.
María Elena Salinas, one of the most influential journalists of our time, will address graduating students and receive an honorary degree.
American University recognizes the exceptional achievements of outstanding faculty, students, staff, and alumni through University Awards.
2016 graduates reflect to their time at AU, favorite professors and what SOC means to them.
The 26th annual conference honors the life of Robyn Rafferty Mathias.