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Lih is a vocal and passionate advocate for the benefit of using web-based tools to spread public knowledge.
AU’s Washington College of Law has awarded Haley Hawkins SPA/BA ‘16 a PIPS (Public Interest-Public Service) scholarship: full tuition for the three years of law school.
On May 26, the School of International Service (SIS) will host a workshop called “The Measurement and Conceptualization of Female Combatants” from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Abramson Family Founder’s Room.
For AU student Danyal Sheikh, success does not depend on other people. It comes from within.
School of Communication alumnus Trace Dominguez has built a huge following as a science communicator for Discovery.
For this biology professor, cancer research is academic and personal.
A mix of traditional and innovative engagement opportunities offer many ways to connect with new students.
Jessica Cunningham CAS/MAT ’03 is a rising star in the KIPP DC school system.
American University welcomes more than 3,000 new alumni to the Alumni Association.
Walking across the stage at Bender arena was the end of a long journey to commencement for Mohammed Alhassan Alemary.
Recent AU grad wins $30,000 on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
AU student Gian Varela is not in the entertainment industry just for himself. His career is about giving back to others.
A new study by American University Economics Prof. Boris Gershman reveals high levels of mistrust and erosion of social capital among people in regions worldwide where witchcraft beliefs are present.
AU’s School of Public Affairs (SPA) held its annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Wednesday, April 20, 2016.
Many people will travel far distances to witness friends and family as they graduate from SPA. Among those who have travelled the farthest to attend commencement is SPA Associate Professor Steven Taylor.
Three AU School of Public Affairs doctoral students graduating this spring have accepted teaching positions at major universities across the country.
Online graduate students from around the world gathered on campus in Washington, D.C., to interact in person with peers, faculty, and staff during the summer 2016 On-Campus Immersion.
Graduates of the School of International Service (SIS) go on to serve the world in careers and other post-graduate opportunities in government, nonprofits, and business. Learn more about what some graduates will be doing after commencement.
"I have gained new skills, a new way of thinking, and a newfound confidence."
Postdoctoral Fellow Anne Sullivan