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Improved air quality in Turkey results in healthier infants, according to a recent study published in "The Economic Journal" by SPA Professor Erdal Tekin.
Investment in Paradigm Project will provide efficient wood-burning stoves to African women, helping communities and the environment.
Stephanie Piperno, MSSM’ 17, talks about her recent trip to Copenhagen--one of the world's most sustainable cities--and how her experience enriched her time at Kogod.
Following Donald Trump's meeting with NATO leaders during a recent trip to Europe, SIS Dean James Goldgeier explores what "America First" means for the US's European allies.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at AU celebrated its 35th anniversary with a luncheon for more than 200 guests, including AU President Emeritus Neil Kerwin and guest speaker Diane Rehm, the former host of NPR’s The Diane Rehm Show.
Washington Semester Summer Internship Orientation Date: Monday, June 5th Time: 9:30am - 5pm Place: American University’s Spring Valley Building 4801 Massachusetts Ave NW
Valentina Bruno, Professor of Finance, is affecting change with her research in the Finance world
Jessie Smith joined the Strategic Communication MA program at AU with a goal to jump from scientific research to health communication.
Pulitzer Nominee was assigned to the FRONTLINE and NPR project as part of a fellowship with AU School of Communication’s Investigative Reporting Workshop
Working with Thrive DC, students conduct extensive surveys of the homeless population.
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SPExS Spring 2017 alumni celebrate another successful semester of academic and professional achievement.
Kogod professors aren’t just teachers, according to Eman Nadoom, BSBA ’17. They’re mentors. Nadoom credits her professors with strengthening her academically and encouraging her to follow her dreams. They’re what defined her experience at Kogod, she says.
Four AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) doctoral students graduating this spring have accepted teaching positions at major universities across the country.
The Judith K. Meritz and Lawrence A. Muenz Fund provides scholarship support to students in the School of Public Affairs.
Kyle Brannon is a Star Wars fan with insights on the franchise’s legacy.
The Jean M. Sartwell Fund in the College of Arts and Sciences was established in 2014.
At a time when the reading public daily grapples with the question of fake news, the American University Game Lab/Jolt has created an accessible, easy-to-play game that helps you sort fake news from real.
Meena Nutbeam’s nonprofit provides baby boxes for mothers in Milwaukee.
AACSB selected AU's Center for Innovation in the Captial as a Top 20 Entrepreneurship Center worldwide.