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Carmel Institute for Russian Culture and History invites applications
AU Associate Librarian Explains the Allure of Paganism.
M.Ed. focuses on two new tracks: policy implementation and teacher leadership skills.
On October 6, a large group of faculty and students from the MS in Real Estate program and from Kogod real estate classes toured the newly completed Cathedral Commons development.
Planning ahead, sophomores attended the ‘chart your academic future event’ to plan for successful futures.
Statement regarding diversity and offensive social media posts
Climate activist Bill McKibben kick-starts a new environmental lecture series at the School of International Service.
Kogod is proud to announce the launch of its new Cybersecurity Governance Center. This new technology will aim to help businesses and individuals protect themselves against hackers.
Celebration showcased creative energy of the arts at AU
AU Sports Business Society hosted Ryan Kuehl, MBA ’07, and Katie Turner, BSBA ’09, from the major sports company, Under Armour, to talk about their journeys to Under Armour and give students a look at working in sports business.
This article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Social Sciences Librarian, Nikhat Ghouse. Not only does she have a background in history and anthropology, she is now honing her expertise in the field of organizational development.
Key Program Director Patrick Malone comments on the recent White House Executive Order.
New research uncovers relationship between TV viewing and adolescents' beliefs about the health risks of fast-food consumption.
Students soared through the K-LAB leadership retreat at an outdoor ropes course in Jessup, Maryland. Groups had to work together silently to complete various course obstacles by finding different ways to communicate with each other.
Graduates fly home for annual alumni weekend festivities.
Professor Chris Palmer congratulates the 2015 CEF Challenge Prize recipients.
Free concert sponsored by the Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History
Fundraiser To Be Held In Honor of Beloved Fallen Alumnus, Matthew Shlonsky, SIS/BA ’14
The former secretary of state made a special appearance during All-American Weekend.
Two-day conference, October 28-29.