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The Library shares revised results from last year’s campus climate survey and reminds students about opportunities to provide feedback and improve the Library.
Information about the large format printing services.
The University Archives—with the assistance of students and faculty from the Department of History—has launched on a new digital exhibit about AU’s history. The exhibit’s comment feature allows alumni and others to provide additional information.
Alumni chapters across the country take part in volunteer-led days of service.
AU undergraduate student Ben Johnson shares his passion for social justice.
American University professor helped get adoption reform recommendations incorporated into bill.
Deadline extended to November 22 to help prospective students with Common Application challenges
AU’s 10 Fulbright recipients reflect a commitment to international education and cooperation.
In this week's Dean's Picks, AU students participate in American Forum, Digital Media student finds success, and professor's new book details immigrant experience.
Students in Prof. Waters' Introduction to Law course gain valuable experience with mediation as part of a negotiation simulation.
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel George Gilbert Jr. chose the Kogod Professional MBA program to prepare for a transition from the military to the private sector.
American University opens a new Veterans Lounge on Veterans Day
Fu Hamabe, an international student at the School of International Service in the Ritsumeikan University dual-degree program, is this year’s recipient of the Class of 1967 Scholarship.
First Step Iraq, a dance troop consisting of young men from the Iraqi cities of Baghdad, Basra, Erbil, and Sulaymaniyah, recently danced their way to American University as part of their “Hiplomacy” tour.
Jordan Belfort, aka the Wolf of Wall Street, visited Kogod and shared the lessons he’s learned about ethics from his rise to financial stardom and fall from grace as a fraudulent trader.
Journalist who exposed NSA’s PRISM program talked Edward Snowden, freedom of press.
Psychology PhD candidate Sarah Hornack discusses her work with AU’s Program Evaluation Research Lab.
The Department of Anthropology celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Public Anthropology Conference in October.
AU biology professor researches cat genetics to identify the “wild” factor in domestic, wild, and hybridized cats.
AU professor moderates panel of journalists who covered the President John F. Kennedy assassination.