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When it comes to emergency presidential power and the war on terror, Professor Chris Edelson literally wrote the book.
Matthew Pittinsky has combined his experiences in technology, policy, and education to lead two successful education-related technology firms in his career.
Graduating in December, Davonta Ellis has worked closely with SPA faculty to examine the effects of extra-legal factors upon sentencing outcomes.
In an era of bureaucrat bashing, Professor Bob Durant has challenged students, scholars, and policymakers to see the nobility of a career as a public manager.
Former dean Bill LeoGrande recently completed a multi-year research project on U.S. relations with Cuba.
An American University Ebola working group is formed to help West Africa.
Victoria St. Martin shares why she left a job at the Star-Ledger for SOC's journalism MA program and talks about her new beat at the Washington Post.
Audra Dial, one of Atlanta’s top lawyers, credits SPA with honing her interests in the foundations of the court system.
Two Kogod student athletes stand out on the field and in the classroom, as the teammates celebrate the end of the field hockey season with Patriot League awards.
With so much data in today’s world, companies crave experts to help make sense of it all. Kogod’s new Master of Science in Analytics program will help a new generation of business analysts succeed.
This article highlights a small collection of books, videos, and music which attempt to discover the truth about the Pilgrims, the Mayflower, and that harvest nearly 400 years ago.
What classroom? Graduate sudent Paola Chavez spent Nov. 4 covering the elections for major news outlets.
American University scholar in residence discusses the legacy of Bob Dylan.
After taking advantage of AU's exceptional internship program, Martin went on to a long, successful career with NBC, eventually leading "Meet the Press" as executive producer.
Named for Alt Break pioneer Joe Eldridge, endowment supports student exploration.
This article details the Food for Fines program, which allows patrons to pay their Library fines with donated food. These food donations go to the Capital Area Food Bank.
Erdal Tekin joined the School of Public Affairs in August 2014 to be in the epicenter of policy decision-making.
The AU community shares the things they are thankful for.
New study provides policymakers and regulators with data that proves the benefits of whistleblower involvement outweigh the costs.
2014 Reilly Scholar Jennifer Fernandez paired an early focus on housing issues with a new passion in pursuing environmental policy after joining SPA's MPP program.