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Mariam Khorenyan, a sophomore pursuing a five-year master’s degree in public administration, and Laurel Cratsley, a junior in SPA’s CLEG program, received the awards from the SPA Dean’s office.
Science Librarian Rachel Borchardt's new book focuses on the importance of altmetrics, a growing approach to analyzing the influence of research based on measuring emerging digital modes of scholarship.
CBL courses connect students to valuable, varied learning opportunities.
In an 80-minute conversation with students, Jeh Johnson spoke about his political awakening, as well as the many threats his agency works to combat.
The American Political Science Association recognized David Lublin's book, "Minority Rules: Electoral Systems, Decentralization, and Ethnoregional Party Success".
American University Alumni Ted Roach and Najwa Najjar screen their most recent films on campus.
PBS FRONTLINE producers discuss their most recent film with SOC graduate students.
Faculty and doctoral students present on internet governance, cyberbullying.
A partial list of embassies that will and won’t hand out candy, plus campus Halloween events.
Current students and recent alumni take full advantage of Kogod’s Entrepreneurship Incubator to turn their passions into successful business ventures.
Office of Sponsored Programs Director recognized for achievements, contributions.
The Alexandria Film Festival will host the premiere of "I Approve this Message" by SOC alumnus, Jesse Medalia Strauss.
A Kogod alumnus struck the balance between success and happiness when she left the corporate world for a more rewarding career finding IT solutions for Alaskan natives.
The College of Arts and Sciences launches new Department of Health Studies.
Lauren Hovis, SIS/MA ‘16, is the American University 2015 recipient of the DACOR Bacon House Foundation Fellowship. This article first appeared in the DACOR Bacon House Foundation November bulletin.
Award-winning author speaks on Wednesday, November 4
Carmel Institute for Russian Culture and History invites applications
AU Associate Librarian Explains the Allure of Paganism.
M.Ed. focuses on two new tracks: policy implementation and teacher leadership skills.
On October 6, a large group of faculty and students from the MS in Real Estate program and from Kogod real estate classes toured the newly completed Cathedral Commons development.