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The Kogod Center for Cybersecurity Governance hosted the Solving Cyber Risk seminar on Tuesday, February 28, bringing together over 75 corporate risk managers, insurance brokers and cybersecurity professionals.
For Mandy Shimizu, MSA '17, the Women in the Entertainment Industry Panel was more than just a gender discussion. It was professional inspiration.
The National Academy of Social Insurance has named SPA Associate Professor Bradley Hardy as one of its distinguished social insurance experts, and member of its academy.
SPA welcomed Michael James on campus recently for a lecture about immigration as part of its Political Theory Institute’s Spring Colloquium Lecture Series.
Paul Bledsoe, an expert specializing in tax policy, energy, natural resources, and climate change, has joined SPA’s Center for Environmental Policy as an adjunct professorial lecturer.
The time before college graduation can be stressful for many students. Uncertainty about the future, what to do next, and where to go became important questions that need answers --- fast.
The Washington Mentorship Program gives freshman the opportunity to start their professional careers as soon as they set foot on a college campus.
"What is Agile?" This simple question, the theme of a recent Business Leadership Luncheon, left Kogod grad student Paige Davis feeling confident and motivated post-event.
Kicking off a spring semester filled with art, music, and cultural dialogue, AU's Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History hosted a screening of the 1966 Soviet Russian film Andrei Rublev at the Embassy of the Russian Federation on February 28.
Ph.D. Candidate Riordan Frost gave a guest lecture at the University of Michigan on his project, “How Green is Your State? Constructing a modern state environmental index.”
Documentarian and writer Stanley Nelson delivers the Gary Braithwaite Memorial Lecture.
Mohammed Barakat, a veteran of international business, gives a presentation for Professor Nakshbendi's Global Marketplace class
For women who aspire to hold elected office, researchers have good news: You can generally expect to be treated the same as male candidates by journalists, supporters, and the public.
Sociology professor Molly Dondero is researching Mexican-American diet patterns.
Learn more about the beginnings of filmmaker Chris Palmer's popular course, "Design Your Life for Success" and register to attend the workshop!
Clare Bresnahan, SPA/BA ’08, serves as Executive Director of She Should Run
SPA Assistant Professor Tricia Bacon has been recognized by AU for her excellence in teaching and research as part of the annual University-wide teaching and research awards.
In a lecture to students and faculty members, William T. Grant Foundation President Adam Gamoran stated that inequality is the “fundamental challenge of our time.”
On March 6, just two days after announcing his intention to run for Prime Minister of Israel, Moshe “Bogie” Ya’alon delivered a guest lecture at AU.
In her new capacity as Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow, former National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador Susan Rice will work on an upcoming book and mentor SIS students interested in national security careers.