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Dean James Goldgeier announced that the School of International Service (SIS) has received a pledged gift of $100,000 to establish an annual lecture series highlighting critical environmental issues.
The 16th Annual Intercultural Management Institute (IMI) Conference on Intercultural Relations was held at the School of International Service on March 12 and 13.
Winning team creates HOPE Project to help mental health crisis of Syrian Conflict.
AU’s Language Exchange Program fosters cross-cultural understanding, friendship.
The sixth article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Instruction Librarian Jenise Overmier. Her commitment to public service and education make her an enthusiastic instructor, well-equipped to handle a range of research questions.
SPA professor studies political psychology, public opinion, and how science gets politicized.
Richard Fields and Mark Lieberman will share the stage with entrepreneur and philanthropist Sheila C. Johnson at the 2015 SOC commencement.
Students met with politicians, policymakers and activists to learn about Northern Ireland's notoriously segregated education system.
School of Public Affairs faculty members are being celebrated with this year’s prestigious American University Faculty Awards.
Associate Professor of Literature Kyle Dargan publishes new collection of poems.
“For a program that is less than one year old, this is a major recognition and an affirmation of what we are doing here,” says Game Lab director Lindsay Grace.
Honorees include renowned astronaut, BET founding partner, EY global chairman and CEO.
Launched in 2012, American University undergraduate research journal Clocks and Clouds is a publication dedicated to giving undergraduate students an opportunity to do more with their research.
American University experts co-edit Mission Creep: The Militarization of US Foreign Policy?
Martin S. Indyk will deliver the Amos Perlmutter Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, April 1.
Establishes the Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History.
American University kicked off ECOlympics, a 3-week residence hall competitiont hat challenges students to reduce waste and energy usage.