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Number one: Hold on to your Ryan Gosling posters.
A lesson in hard work and dedication to social justice.
New consumer research uncovers bereavement stages when coping with the loss of a TV series
New research from AU’s Jennifer Lawless debunks myth that traditional family structures and roles contribute to women’s lower political ambition
The first article in a series of profiles, sharing the secret lives of our Library personnel. This profile takes a look at Music Library Coordinator, Sam Reggio—and his secret life as a vinyl collector and music enthusiast.
SOC faculty share expertise and award winning papers at key industry conference this week.
Community of Scholars program gives high school students a taste of college.
Summer is the ideal time to pick up a book that you never finished—or always meant to read. If you are looking for some great summer reading recommendations, the Library has got you covered. Check out these suggestions from Library personnel.
Professor Shoon Murray’s new book The Terror Authorization: the History and Politics of the 2001 AUMF, asks whether it is time to repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) act and explores how two presidents have used this "war" authority.
The summer program is giving freshmen career goals even before their first semester.
AU researchers say therapies should focus on areas of memory and learning.
Phoebe Bradford won the 2014 Center for Israel Studies Israel Writing Award.
Alumni Abdul Ali is the latest MFA graduate honored for his work.
A Q&A with education policy expert and new SETH professor Jennifer Steele.
Iran and six world powers recently failed to meet a self-imposed deadline to address Iran's nuclear program. Associate Professor Anthony Wanis-St. John, an expert on international negotiations, describes the prospects for a deal.
2014 is shaping up to be a big year for the AU School of Communication.
McBride, executive in residence at the School of Public Affairs, will be the longest-serving active member.
Congratulations to Amir, a student who embodies the Key mission and values.
Hristo Boyadzhiev, BSBA ’08, channels his experiences as an international student in the U.S. into providing networking services for his fellow Bulgarians.
Diane Rehm to receive prestigious medal from President Obama.