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Sirah Bah, Class of 2019, submitted this essay describing how her father's student experience influenced her own decision to attend AU. This was one of the requirements to apply for the Alumni Association Scholarship.
Kogod tax representatives testify before Congress seeking simplified regulations for digital entrepreneurs.
Sirah is a legacy student whose father attended AU in the ’80s.
Recent AU SOC graduates will present alongside eleven faculty members and the senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
President urged resisting “drum beat of war.”
For the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima, CAS professor examines and criticizes the decision to use the bomb.
SOC has a strong presence at the conference, with 14 faculty members and 10 graduate students participating in more than two dozen sessions, including film screenings, panels and workshops.
"Between our work and the public’s submissions, we hope to push the news-cycle in a more user-driven direction," says communication student Ford Fischer.
SPA Associate Dean Jessica Waters and Ph.D. Student Leandra Carrasco recently published the article "Untagling the Reproductive Rights and Religious Liberty Knot" in the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism.
Take a trip to the beach without ever leaving DC! Library Media Services has a great selection of films waiting to transport you to the sea or shore.
Obama extends AU’s tradition of presidential visits.
An article by SPA doctoral student Yusra Shawar on prioritizing global surgical services was recently published in the medical journal, The Lancet.
Kogod’s John Simson discusses the music business in the digital age.
This summer, spend your next rainy day playing board games with some friends! The AU Library has more than 80 games to choose from at the Reserves and Technology Borrowing Desk.
Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera recently escaped a maximum-security prison for the second time. We asked Associate Professor Carolyn Gallaher for insight:
Psychology professor explores the cerebellum’s role in cognitive development.
Dean James Goldgeier announced two important leadership changes at the School of International Service.
“Science is a reservoir of great stories,” author Ivan Amato told AU students doing summer research
The regional competition – to be held February 6-7, 2016 – is a qualifier for the opening rounds of the national Mock Trial competition.
Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, a new program form the Office of Sustainability will train ambitious, passionate, and creative undergraduate students to become highly effective peer educators.