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Being a public health student at American University provides the opportunity for unique experiences beyond the classroom, due to the university’s location in the nation’s capital.
The recent popularity of waist training has brought corsets back to the forefront of fashion, even if they are no longer called corsets.
Shouzhong Zou works with his team on catalysis research that addresses current issues relating to the environment and energy.
A student of College faculty members Colin Saldanha and Christopher Tudge, Kramer extracts the hormone samples for her research from fecal matter of gorillas housed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoological Park in Washington, DC.
At American University, an active multidisciplinary neuroscience research environment is offered to both faculty and students and made possible through the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.
This is a unique physics department for many reasons, from the research opportunities to the diversity statistics.
Dr. Elizabeth Cotter in the Department of Health Studies was officially promoted to the position of Assistant Professor.
SIS Summer Scholars Research Fellowship recipient Bill Kakenmaster, SIS/BA ’17, explains his research on how US-Latin American identities are constructed through othering discourse in US print media.
AU History Professor Allan Lichtman discusses presidential prediction models with professor of computer science.
Undergraduate business student, Stephanie DiLoreto, got hands-on internship experience while exploring China.
Game design can be a powerful tool in a activist's toolbox.
Game design can be a powerful tool in a campaign's toolbox.
The hosts of popular podcast, The Pollsters, came to AU for an event co-hosted by the School of Public Affairs and the School of Communication.
While Michael Clayton's passion for teaching motivated him to join Kogod’s faculty, the school’s commitment to education outside the classroom is what really hooked him. “The school’s focus on real-world experience is crucial,” he says.
New SIS Assistant Professor Yang Zhang, an authority on political elites and environmental activism in contemporary China, discusses his research and what drove him to pursue an academic career in historical sociology.
At a time when many Americans are disaffected with the current electoral choices, SPA hosted an event to talk about other ways to stay involved in the process outside of voting in the upcoming election.
In October 2016, Key hosted twenty-two executives from the Brazilian organizations in the state of Paraná, SEBRAE and SESCOOP.
The deadline to apply for the W. Donald Bowles Award ($1000 award) has been extended to November 14th. Apply now!
Stu Henderson, MSA ’16, never thought an accounting degree could get him a job in Afghanistan. Read more to find out how Kogod helped him achieve his dreams.
Staff at the Key Executive Leadership Programs exchanged the leafy setting of their Tenleytown office for the concrete jungle of downtown D.C. to participate in a tour of the United States Secret Service Headquarters