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SPA Professor Patrick Malone, director of the Key Executive Leadership Program, received the Equity and Excellence Hispanic Employment Program Manager Award from National Image Inc.
New program with Shorelight gives international students the opportunity to study at AU.
Climate engineering is large-scale, highly technological human manipulation of the atmosphere.
Message from the Dean: SIS Establishes Memorial Fund to Study the District of Columbia in Honor of Beloved Alumnus
The AU community offers fond memories of the late, great Julian Bond.
Alya Shaiful Bahari, SIS/BA ’16, received the AU Scholars and Artists Fellowship Award to study Myanmar refugees in Kuala Lumpur this past summer.
Focus on environmental issues in East Africa
First concert is on Thursday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Washington Semester Student now Professor in Program
This summer, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion's Gender and Sexuality Library material was integrated into the general collection at the Bender Library, a shift which will make this important collection even more accessible.
A study by Todd Eisenstadt, Carl LeVan, and Tofigh Maboudi suggests that democracies may be stronger when ordinary citizens are involved in the initial stages of reforming of their country’s constitution.
The National Black Association of Accountants selected Kogod alumnus and adjunct professor Jina Etienne as its next President and CEO
Paul Christopher Manuel has joined AU School of Public Affairs as new director of the SPA Leadership Program and professor of government.
Two AU alums detail the economic plight of Atlantic City casino workers.
AU student helped excavate new human species Homo naledi.
A practicum team from the School of International Service traveled to Israel and the Palestinian West Bank for two weeks this summer to assess the peacebuilding significance of household-level wastewater treatment systems.
This semester American University senior, Alexandra Korba, has already published an article about Tom Hardy, reviewed films and books, and interviewed celebrities.
The report cites AU’s DC location as an optimal area for students interested in news and politics.
Didace Kamana hopes to build peace through his studies and theology.
Helen Lee, MBA ’16, worked with the AU students zero waste club to make move-out and move-in better for the environment and easier on students’ wallets.