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At SOC event, Martin Baron talks about how his work became a movie.
President Kerwin unveils plan to build a more diverse and inclusive AU.
Professor Carolyn Gallaher talks to us about her new book, which analyzes a unique law designed to curb gentrification in DC.
David Aldridge Receives Basketball Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Media Award
SOC Alum Brad Allgood is earning national recognition for his latest documentary, Landfill Harmonic.
American University, for the second year in row, finished first in the federal government’s Presidential Management Fellowship Program with 42 finalists, including students and alumni from The School of Public Affairs.
SIS student Kellianne McClain tells us about her research interests, experience presenting at a faculty conference, and future goals:
Students attended the annual Communications and Marketing day job fair and networking reception.
This article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Public Affairs Librarian Olivia Ivey. With her background in social work and her interest in information literacy, Olivia brings a special perspective to the Library and classroom.
The Society for News Design held their annual Best of Digital Design Awards at American University.
European Union ambassador joins SIS dean to discuss refugee crisis, Brexit, and relations with Russia
David O'Sullivan, Ambassador of the European Union (EU) to the United States, visited SIS for a discussion with Dean James Goldgeier about the critical issues facing Europe—including the refugee migration crisis, Brexit, Russia, and TTIP.
TEDx Returns to AU and features 3 SOC affiliated speakers: Kara Andrade, Jordan Coleman and Sarah Preston
For the 2nd year in a row, American University is number one in the country with 42 Presidential Management Fellowship finalists. Of those, 25 are SIS students or alumni.
Full-time students to vote on program that could save them up to $1,000 a year.
New study shows that Academy recognition for documentaries reflect a persistent lack of diversity in the genre and the industry
International Sampling Theory conference brings international experts to AU.
AU SOC will offer its first Spanish-language class this fall
Evan Berry receives AAR-Luce Fellowship to research religion and the environment
SOC professor co-edits new book on Democratic orators.
AU photography students teamed up with UDC to create an exhibition celebrating Black History Month at Studio Gallery.