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Public Health Scholar Esha Dholia organized and hosted a "Reproductive Justice 101" training at American University.
Carmel Scholarship Recipients Experience the Arts in Russia's Far East
Linda Bloss-Baum reflects on her shift from AU alumna to AU professor, and how her course, “Protecting the Creative Class,” helps Kogod students envision a career in Business and Entertainment.
W. Joseph Campbell's updated book takes on false quotes, additional media myths.
After Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress, Professor Jordan Tama reacts to bipartisanship under Trump "for The Conversation."
AU recognized as one of top volunteer-producing universities in nation.
Thanks to a team of environmental science students, American University recently received certification in Environmental Planning from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP).
The Washington Mentorship Program is a great opportunity for anyone who takes advantage of all it has to offer. Elizabeth Williams entered the program as a freshman at American University in the fall of 2012.
We’ve asked alumni from across the College of Arts and Sciences to check in with us and let us know what they’re doing now. The first in the series is health promotion management graduate Matthew Barresi.
Doc shortlist shows lack of racial and gender diversity that traditionally plagues the Oscars.
The Film & Media Arts division, the Center for Media & Social Impact and the Public Communication division are all sponsoring seven students to participate as graduate fellows in the Full Frame Documentary Festival
On Feb. 22, a panel of federal executives assured students that not only was there a place for them in public service, but it remains a noble calling.
A new book co-authored by SPA Assistant Professor Taryn Morrissey suggests that changes to America’s early childhood policies can improve the country’s competitiveness in the global economy.
Ahead of the first Model G20 Summit to be held at the School of International Service on March 25, student organizer Nuha Hamid, SIS/BA ’18, discusses the initiative and what participants can expect.
Donate to a new fund that helps SOC students who face financial barriers be able to pursue opportunities outside of the classroom like internships and film festivals.
Liz Yu, MBA ‘17 and Nanelle Nortey, MBA ‘17, student coordinators of the Red Dress Gala, shares the importance of KWIB, and how their role as women in business also means supporting a cause.
Math and Stats professor Monica Jackson found her calling at an early age.
SPA Assistant Professor Taryn Morrissey is working this semester as a visiting scholar for the Center for Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC.
To understand Russian meddling in the 2016 election and links to President Trump's campaign, SIS Professor Jordan Tama's argues that an independent commission is the best investigation option.
On Feb. 14, SPA and its Center for Environmental Policy welcomed U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner Stephen Burns to campus talk about the changing landscape of the nuclear industry.