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American studies students discuss the changing relationship between food and social media in the new issue.
SOC reporting and online production students cover the anniversary of the March on Washington.
Early fall exhibitions also spotlight contemporary Israeli art.
American University part of D.C. team to enter sustainable home competition in October.
The library has many services and resources for students.
Public Communication students sharpen skills and gain experience at magazine, PR firm
Kogod welcomes new faculty members to finance, management, and marketing departments.
The CHRS team and Annie George presented papers at the Paris IASSHH conference in July.
CHRS faculty will feature in the National Meeting of Social and Behavioral Science Research Network in October 2013.
A look at the Kogod School of Business’s annual Welcome Week for new students through pictures.
The Academic Support & Access Center offers aid for all AU students.
AU Library and our campus partners are offering a variety of free tours, classes, and workshops to enable student success and effectiveness.
Robert Dinerstein, AU’s Scholar/Teacher of the Year, recognized as a national leader in field.
Ki’tay Davidson was chosen as one of only eight young Americans leading in disability advocacy.
Gia Badolato looks back on her research assistantship at AU's Center on Health, Risk, and Society.
Family values inspire professor Chris Palmer’s new scholarship for students who share his passion for environmental filmmaking.
Freshman Service Experience theme inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.
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