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AU alum Haely Jardas wins Miss DC and prepares for Miss America.
The 6th Annual Key Executive Conference was a resounding success this year, with more than 200 people turning out for the sold-out event.
AU maintains top position with nine more finalists this year.
The International Communication (IC) program at the School of International Service is for students who are interested in the intersection of culture and international affairs.
Faculty members and a Ph.D. student from the School of Public Affairs recently made an impactful showing at this year's AMERB conference in Izmir, Turkey.
Student snags slot at the 2015 Game Developer’s Conference.
The International Affairs Research Institute (IARI) works to support faculty, staff, and doctoral students as they seek to operationalize their research and acquire external funding.
Celebrating nearly 500 years of service to the College.
Students, faculty, and friends gathered to celebrate the impact of Dotty Lynch on the field of political communication.
Professor Michelle Egan’s new book -- Single Markets: Economic Integration in Europe and the United States -- analyzes the challenges in constructing an internal market from constituent nation states on both sides of the Atlantic.
Dedicated to making information more accessible, Resource Description Librarian Alayne Mundt works through the codes and standards needed to make the Library catalog useful and useable.
Dean Carmel honors two alumni at the annual Dean’s Dinner for their work in the Washington D.C. community and at the Kogod School of Business.
New alumna heads to Austria as an English language teacher on Fulbright scholarship.
SIS professor Amitav Acharya encourages new ways of looking at the world.
A spring 2015 practicum team, led by former senior government official Fulton Armstrong of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, traveled to Mexico to examine migration pressures from Central America to the United States.
This year, first-years are addressing issues including adult illiteracy in D.C., excess waste on AU’s campus from disposable cups, and inadequate resources for homeless veterans.
Since 2011, ten Leadership Program students have brought their talents to internships in the White House.
President Obama is trying to finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a large trade accord with eleven nations in the Pacific Rim. We asked Professor Stephen Silvia, an expert on labor issues, for some insights:
BleakHouse Publishing, an independent press founded by School of Public Affairs Professor Robert Johnson recently honored members of the publishing house for their outstanding work.
American University's Leadership students showed why AU was voted the most politically active campus as they took part in many local and national political campaigns.