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A process in the brains of zebra finches shows that the songbirds respond quickly to trauma, thereby controlling inflammation that occurs to protect the brain from injury.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited SIS to engage with students on topics including climate, the refugee crisis, diversity, optimism, and compassion.
Focuses on funding inequities for arts organizations of color.
The Center for Environmental Filmmaking has four projects in the 2016 DCEFF, and several student projects will also screen.
Know amazing alumni that represents AU’s best of the best? Then we want your nominations for the 2016 AU Alumni Awards
With 2 million employees, how can government ensure the best available research is driving human resource and operation policies for this important sector?
AU filmmakers chronicle the campaign to thwart a VA-based Disney theme park.
New report explains the rise of #blacklivesmatter and uncovers how Twitter activism can help fight for racial justice.
In celebration of Women's History month, AU alumnae leaders (both past and present) are recognized.
Two American University mock trial teams have advanced to national competition as a result of their performance at a regional tournament that the School of Public Affairs hosted for the first time in early February.
AU Director of Community Relations Andrew Huff Joins DC Boxing & Wrestling Commission
AU student talks about her experience at the GDC panel.
AU’s recent “big bang” of science-related happenings.
Three SOC students have won awards from the AU Honors and Scholars programs.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak at American University’s School of International Service at 10:30 a.m., Friday, March 11.
“Managing Relations with an Increasingly Assertive Russia”: A Foreign Policy Discussion with Ambassador Thomas Pickering
Ambassador Thomas Pickering, Career Ambassador with the U.S. Foreign Service, visited the School of International Service (SIS) on March 1 for a discussion with Dean James Goldgeier about U.S. relations with Russia.
The New Hampshire primaries provided a great backdrop for the contest.
To shed some light how primaries impact the race, The School of Public Affairs’ Jan Leighley, an expert in political behavior and voter turnout, weighs in.
Developing new approaches to addressing non-communicable disease.