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Can game design thinking work in the newsroom? Feedback from a recent summit at American University (AU) points to “yes.”
The School of International Service (SIS) is committed to nurturing teaching as one of its academic priorities. To uphold this commitment, SIS offers a unique teaching series that is both facilitated by and designed for its faculty.
“We are really thrilled that prestigious organizations such as Ogilvy, Edelman and the Lagrant Foundation have selected our BA and MA students for fellowships,” said Professor Pallavi Kumar.
SETH dean lauded as exemplary scholar and administrative leader
New art initiative established by alumna Carolyn Alper, BA studio art ’68
Words of welcome to the Class of 2018 from Max Paul Friedman
CAS professor speaks at Mad Men event in advance of new Smithsonian exhibition on history of business.
AU ranks first among qualifying schools in overall Presidential Management Fellow Finalists for the class of 2015.
Dean James Goldgeier announced that the School of International Service (SIS) has received a pledged gift of $100,000 to establish an annual lecture series highlighting critical environmental issues.
The 16th Annual Intercultural Management Institute (IMI) Conference on Intercultural Relations was held at the School of International Service on March 12 and 13.
Winning team creates HOPE Project to help mental health crisis of Syrian Conflict.
AU’s Language Exchange Program fosters cross-cultural understanding, friendship.
The sixth article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Instruction Librarian Jenise Overmier. Her commitment to public service and education make her an enthusiastic instructor, well-equipped to handle a range of research questions.
SPA professor studies political psychology, public opinion, and how science gets politicized.
Richard Fields and Mark Lieberman will share the stage with entrepreneur and philanthropist Sheila C. Johnson at the 2015 SOC commencement.
Students met with politicians, policymakers and activists to learn about Northern Ireland's notoriously segregated education system.
School of Public Affairs faculty members are being celebrated with this year’s prestigious American University Faculty Awards.