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This fourth article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Associate Director for Outreach Mary Mintz. Mary’s background in Literature and Library Sciences allows her to support the academic growth of students during their time at AU.
First-year students flock to living-learning programs.
West African nations are currently grappling with the worst-ever outbreak of the Ebola virus.
Congratulations to Luefras S. Robinson on her selection as the 2014 Anita F. Alpern Scholarship winner.
We asked SIS student Ariel Ehmer to share her experience on the summer abroad program, Israel: The Prospects for Peace, with us.
Fall for the Arts takes place on September 20 in Katzen Arts Center.
The featured book is The Influencing Machine by Brooke Gladstone.
What do Eagles expect to see on campus this time of year? Bagpipes.
SOC’s new faculty appointments strong in investigative journalism, public opinion research, and political affairs.
Fall for the Arts auction features artwork from the Estate of H. Marc Moyens.
AU has launched a new alumni chapter and recruited two new area representatives.
American University’s dedication to environmentally-friendly practices has earned it a place in The Princeton Review’s seventh annual “Green Ratings” and in Sierra magazine’s “Coolest Schools” list.
The SOC community is mourning Lynch, a journalist and pollster who infused students with a love of politics and the political process.
Lara Schwartz, professorial lecturer of government at the School of Public Affairs, has been announced as the faculty adviser for the PPL scholars program.
Bob Tobias was recently appointed to the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Academy Panel, which will conduct an organizational analysis of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of State.
This summer, Humanity in Action, an international educational organization, launched the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship, a one-month program that brought together a group of twenty-three graduate students from across the United States and Europe.
Three years ago, Kevin Wyatt, an AU shuttle supervisor, had a wake-up call to make some significant changes to his lifestyle.
A Q&A with new SETH professor Kathleen Holton.
A Q&A with neuroscience researcher and new biology professor Mark Laubach.
Under Secretary Avalos details the advice he gave to students at the WINS closing ceremony on July 25, 2014.