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After taking advantage of AU's exceptional internship program, Martin went on to a long, successful career with NBC, eventually leading "Meet the Press" as executive producer.
Named for Alt Break pioneer Joe Eldridge, endowment supports student exploration.
This article details the Food for Fines program, which allows patrons to pay their Library fines with donated food. These food donations go to the Capital Area Food Bank.
Erdal Tekin joined the School of Public Affairs in August 2014 to be in the epicenter of policy decision-making.
The AU community shares the things they are thankful for.
New study provides policymakers and regulators with data that proves the benefits of whistleblower involvement outweigh the costs.
2014 Reilly Scholar Jennifer Fernandez paired an early focus on housing issues with a new passion in pursuing environmental policy after joining SPA's MPP program.
Participation in the Washington Semester Program transcends generations.
New research reveals prospects for more women seeking elected office unlikely for a generation.
American University's Entertainment and Media Alumni Alliance is expanding its reach.
Team advanced to semi-final round of prestigious competition.
Collaborative for Applied Perceptual Research and Innovation brings together science, art, and technology.
Adam Rosenblatt uses lessons from SPA to understand the value of data-driven decision making in today’s political and corporate arenas.
Stephen Bronskill joined Teach for America to better understand how the policies he learned about during his time at SPA actually affect people.
AU students and faculty organize Thanksgiving volunteer efforts.
Brunch at TDR, going back to class (and not taking a quiz), and partying with fellow Eagles in D.C. are just a few of the activities that AU graduates enjoy during All-American Weekend.
A process in the brains of zebra finches shows that the songbirds respond quickly to trauma, thereby controlling inflammation that occurs to protect the brain from injury.
Lynn Addington, professor of justice, law and criminology, is now one of the nation’s foremost experts in crime measurement.