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The Research Commons is designed to help students and faculty take their research and scholarship to the next level, by offering a variety of services in one convenient central location—the library!
Academics discuss challenge of making the movement real to students 50 years after King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
AU Library has created a new print center on the lower level. Black and white printers and new color printer will be accessible through wireless connections and any library computer, including six new “quick print” computer workstations.
Author Eula Biss to discuss probing essays on complexities of race with AU students.
The Office of Information Technology has instituted a number of innovations that address specifically some of the feedback and common themes that were received in the Campus Climate Survey responses.
Eight new SOC faculty members bring knowledge and experience from an array of subject areas.
CEP Announces New William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Leadership and Governance Internship Program
Under the auspices of its William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Governance and Leadership, the Center for Environmental Policy announces an internship program for students in SPA's MPP and MPA programs.
Real estate alumna honored by Bisnow’s 35 Under 35 for success in D.C. commercial real estate.
AU’s dedication to environmentally-friendly practices has earned it mentions in both The Princeton Review and Sierra magazine as a leader in the “greening the American Dream” movement.
Get ready for an evening full of Nats baseball and WONK fun on Friday, August 30.
How “tuning in” can help students better manage their health.
The Office of Information Technology and University Library partner to provide a one-stop location for technology assistance.
Incoming students will meet each other and explore their new home before classes begin.
Russell is a legacy student whose family (including her parents and sister) have made attending AU a family tradition.
American University officially has become a tobacco- and smoke-free campus. AU joins almost 1,200 schools around the country that already are smoke-free, and almost 800 that are also tobacco-free.
Rachel Snyder’s new piece examines innovative approaches to preventing domestic homicide.
Charlotte Young discusses her international media internship and life-changing 10 weeks in Morocco.