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Learn more about the beginnings of filmmaker Chris Palmer's popular course, "Design Your Life for Success" and register to attend the workshop!
Clare Bresnahan, SPA/BA ’08, serves as Executive Director of She Should Run
SPA Assistant Professor Tricia Bacon has been recognized by AU for her excellence in teaching and research as part of the annual University-wide teaching and research awards.
In a lecture to students and faculty members, William T. Grant Foundation President Adam Gamoran stated that inequality is the “fundamental challenge of our time.”
On March 6, just two days after announcing his intention to run for Prime Minister of Israel, Moshe “Bogie” Ya’alon delivered a guest lecture at AU.
In her new capacity as Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow, former National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador Susan Rice will work on an upcoming book and mentor SIS students interested in national security careers.
The inspiration for Chris Palmer’s incredibly popular course, “Design Your Life for Success,” came from a student at the American University School of Communication (AU SOC).
More than 660 Eagles gave during Founders Day giving event, raising over $300K in 36 hours.
Zeuthen Kasper is the Senior Media Advisor for the European Union Delegation to the United States. He made time to visit with current Washington Semester Program students who are in the same program he was in over 20 years prior.
At American University’s latest Visiting Writer’s Series event on March 1, award-winning poet Ada Limón softly removed the barriers between herself and her audience as she shared her poetry with them.
SPA Professor David Lublin has been gathering election results of upper house legislative races from 25 countries to put together a comprehensive database.
On February 23, students and faculty from American University and surrounding universities came together at AU’s Katzen Arts Center to hear Jelani Cobb speak
Past and Present Students from AU’s Carmel Institute of Russian Culture & History Attend Traditional Pre-Lenten Festivity
Let's nominate our best and brightest to receive one of four alumni awards
Through a collaborative research grant, Professor Malini Ranganathan sheds light on the power of corruption stories by examining how citizens in global cities respond to land grabs
Mirchaye Sahlu shares about a unique opportunity she was offered – and took – as part of her internship at Discover Communications.
Stanley Nelson, an award- winning documentary filmmaker, will visit American University School of Communication on Tuesday March 7 to discuss his work and experiences with race and racial identity.
SPA Distinguished Scholar in Residence Ken Meier was recently highlighted as the most productive political science researcher, out of a study of nearly 50,000 academics
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