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David J. Skorton, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, will be American University's Fall Commencement keynote speaker.
In light of the attacks in Paris, Ambassador Gérard Araud's remarks at SIS on French foreign policy are now of even greater importance.
Adrienne Salazar is an outstanding graduate student who exemplifies Lynch’s passion for politics, journalism, and ethics.
Safety and Security Memo issued November 16, 2015
Last week, K-LAB hosted the annual Kogod School of Business Faculty “Meet and Greet,” a chance for first year undergraduate students to meet with professors to learn more on charting their business paths at Kogod.
Student and staff team up to fulfill AU’s wellness pledge.
Karen Ives, SIS/MA ‘17, reflects on the SIS Student-Alumni Mentoring Program.
Wyatt Bensken BS Public Health ’16 and Public Health Scholar attended the meeting of the National Prevention Council at the Department of the Interior.
Alumni veterans group works with student veterans
SPA Professor Laura Lanbein and PhD alumnus Pablo Sanabria win award at APPAM's Fall Research Conference for work examining relationship between laws and their effects on bribe-seeking behavior.
The website was conceived as a way to continue the conversation surrounding the challenges veterans face and to honor their service to the nation.
Professor Leena Jayaswal's film and photography is gaining media attention and airtime.
Makaila Akahoshi honored for her music discovery app.
SPA's graduate program in public administration ranks 3rd in the country in a list of 25 student-reviewed programs recently compiled by graduateprograms.com.
Fashion is made up of more than design. See how Kogod students are bringing the business side to AU through networking with industry professionals.
Undergraduate student, Dana-Marie Sutherland, BSBA ’17, writes about her experience at the 8th annual OSU Case Competition and how she and fellow Kogod students gained the skills necessary to succeed.
AU history professor pens a new book on food and American identities.
Maggie Burnette Stogner to speakat the Faculty Research and Projects Forum on December 1, 2015.
Leadership Program graduate returns to discuss her current work as a transgender advocate at the Center for American Progress.
Event sponsored by the National Academy of Medicine.