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AU Arts jumps into spring with packed calendar of performances and arts events.
SPA Associate Professor Derek Hyra researches the effects of the 2007-2009 recession on three historic, redeveloping black neighborhoods.
AU signed climate pledge and sent representatives to COP21 in Paris, France.
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A look back at some of the most significant events of 2015
American University is proud to announce that major construction of the new Washington College of Law on the Tenley Campus is complete.
Meet the university’s newest alumni leaders
AU's Kogod School of Business launched a research project initiated to find out what Millennials want in a place to live and work, and how the greater Washington area measures up.
With new leadership, fresh collaborators and a portfolio of exciting projects, 2016 promises to be a big year for the Center for Media & Social Impact.
Salman Haji, SIS/MA ’16, is the inaugural recipient of the Charles and Eleanor Iversen Scottish Rite Scholarship for graduate students in the School of International Service (SIS).
SPA professor James Thurber co-edits a new book on polarization and gridlock.
Event will highlight stories of race, class, dis/ability, gender, and sexual identity.
New American Studies course examines the multiplicity of sexual identities.
New login procedures for off-campus access to electronic resources.
School of Public Affairs assistant professor Taryn Morrissey conducted a study that links parental depression to increased safety risks for their children
Susan Breitkopf discusses the National Building Museum's Beach.
Here at AU Library, we have resources that can help you to succeed with your resolutions. We have rounded up some books, films, and music items in our collection to help support the most commonly made New Year’s Resolutions.
Take a peek at audio technology must have items.
As the new year begins, AU’s School of Public Affairs bids farewell to two visiting scholars from the Middle East and prepares to welcome a third.