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Despite the negative stereotypes, AU professors and students explain the merits of lobbying.
One student group represents a campus united in support.
Results show that current test can severely underestimate smoldering-combustion propensity in real furniture
Stuart Eizenstat will discuss major geopolitical, economic and security challenges that are reshaping the Jewish world.
New app helps close the mobile gap for students across the globe.
Student Dhanesh Krishnarao’s NASA internship sparked interest in space weather research.
Doors open for scholarship finalist Hanaleah Hoberman, BA psychology ’13.
Inspired by her own classroom journey, Clara Londoner, CAS/BA ’63, pays it forward through her scholarship for special education teachers.
Dr. Erdal Tekin, an expert on health economics and policy, will join the Department of Public Administration & Policy as a professor in August.
The Kogod index uniquely evaluates the American-ness of vehicles to determine the impact on the U.S. economy.
Library friends and donors enhanced our Game Design & Persuasive Play collection at our recent Gaming with a Purpose fundraising event. This new collection will support the new MA in Game Design & Persuasive Play’s program in the School of Communication.
Professional MBA student Briana Evans has earned recognition at her employer, Cvent, and on campus for her stand-out leadership.
Paul Light, a prolific author on government reform and public service, will discuss “The National Commission on the Public Service at Twenty-Five Years and Counting” at the Fifth Annual Charles H. Levine Memorial Lecture.
News legend Katie Couric will speak at the 2014 School of Communication commencement ceremony.
AU will be integrating sustainability into the classroom experience with authentic green smells, including grass, compost, and solar electricity generation.
Donald Curtis’ SOUL program brings at-risk D.C. youth to college, professional development.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, president and CEO of the New America Foundation, visited SIS as part of the Dean’s Discussion speaker series. Titling her talk, “Revaluing Care, at Home and Abroad,” she spoke about a broad range of issues, domestic and foreign.
Languages and alphabets are not just historical artifacts—they also shape our cultures and perceptions of the world. This symposium will explore the importance of language and what happens when languages and writing systems die out.
Current MSOD student Atrayus Goode (Cohort 69) will receive the North Carolina Governor’s Medallion for Volunteer Service.