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Creative writing alumna Amy Stolls shares her favorite books.
Student overcame childhood disease before enjoying the full AU experience.
Kogod’s annual Global Entrepreneurship Week hosted local business owners to talk about their experiences with starting and growing businesses.
Economics alumnae publish Just One More Hand: Life in the Casino Economy.
Alumni are working at Twitter and Yahoo.
Amy Ballard is a senior preservation specialist at the Smithsonian Institution.
Brothers David and Josh Terao are making their mark on AU wrestling.
Learn about the AU course Sociology of Birth and Death.
Eric Pajonk is the media relations director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Richard “Alec” Ross, SIS/BA ’08, joggles his way through Central African Republic.
This article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Acquisitions Librarian Stacey Marien. In addition to working with Library collections, Stacey is an enthusiastic gardener, volunteer, and mom to two teenagers.
Innovation is not always attributed to success, at least according to David Trone, owner of Total Wine. As part of the Allen Meltzer CEO Leadership Speaker Series at Kogod, Trone spoke about how failure is more cause for celebration than success.
Kogod’s Undergraduate Spotlight highlights Cody Guyer, BSF’ 16, as he reflects on his undergraduate experience, gives advice, and prepares for the future.
American University School of Public Affairs (SPA) is saddened to announce the passing of Professor Emeritus Robert Cleary.
The School of International Service (SIS) has introduced a new cybersecurity concentration available to SIS master’s students.
Kogod’s Financial Management Association (FMA) hosted a Student Alumni Panel of current Kogod seniors and their career paths with major corporations like J.P. Morgan, EY, and CitiBank.
Maddi Pariser's Instagram post from her internship at NBC4 earned her lunch with alumna Sonya Gavankar McKay.
Creating an inclusive environment for first generation college students at AU
In these confidential groups, students share perspectives on race, religion, and more.
AU junior runs a successful GoFundMe campaign to help homeless women.