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Three American University alumni filmmakers have found success through creating work they are passionate about. Their inspiring and telling films are being showcased at various film festivals throughout the country.
SIS Professor Jordanna Matlon’s research explores racial capitalism through the lens of labor, black masculinity, and imaginaries in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
In the new AU production, gender roles are reversed.
Here’s what we have planned for our third annual giving day.
Under the U.S. Constitution, presidential power is limited and subject to checks and balances. However, over the years, presidents have found ways to break away from limits.
SPA’s Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies hosted an event on January 24 to review what the 100 days typically means for a new administration.
Kaylah “Kami” Simmons is a senior interested in theatre arts, media and television, entertainment, political science, and policy-making. The Washington Semester Program gave her the chance to reflect on her career plans while exploring her interests.
Meet the university’s newest alumni leaders.
Former Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold will join SIS Dean James Goldgeier for a Dean’s Discussion on March 1 and will teach skills institute courses this spring as a Distinguished Executive in Residence.
Mindful Eagles Help AU students Pause and Relax Before They Take on the Challenges In front of them.
Game tip-off at 7 p.m. on Feb. 8
Potential students often ask how a master’s degree in strategic communication differs from a degree in more traditional disciplines like public relations or advertising.
Linda Tacaraya, MSAn ’16, discovered something rare and sometimes elusive during her time at Kogod: professional solidarity.
Zachary Bauer, SPA/PhD ’20, is one of 25 graduate students and new professionals selected to be a 2017 American Society for Public Administration Founders’ Fellow.
Eric Vignola is a peer leader and contributor in the new AUx2 class.
William Grover, a professor at Saint Michael’s College, has seen first-hand how the Washington Semester Program (WSP) has evolved over the past 30 years.
The face of racism is changing on campuses across the nation, but it’s no less destructive than in the past, according to American Political Sociologist and Duke University Sociology Professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva.
Univision, Fusion Media Group (FMG) and American University’s Center for Media & Social Impact (CMSI) today announced the launch of a new research-based initiative.
AU Professor John Simson believes in the power of synergy. This conviction inspired him to found AU's Creative Caucus--an interdisciplinary artistic forum for faculty across campus.
Obama Cabinet Member is First Woman to Lead AU