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It’s back to school time! Be prepared for a successful school year with these helpful tips!
Jason Garner, Kogod’s new Director of Admissions, was attracted to the school for the same reasons as its graduate students. “I want to really understand what the entire student experience is like here,” Garner says.
Peter Conte, MSRE ‘16, shares his secrets for how to get the most out of your Kogod experience.
Janicia Moore, MSMKTG ‘15, shares why Kogod was an ideal academic and professional fit.
R. Kayeen Thomas is earning his MFA in film and electronic media.
An American University film student spent part of her summer taking on new challenges, including filming wild animals up close for the Humane Society of the US Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, CA.
A seasoned veteran of the House, Senate, and numerous political campaigns, adjunct Professor Adam Sharon offers students essential know-how in political communications
Ambar Pardilla has advice to anyone looking for a fellowship or internship.
The total eclipse is coming! Prepare for this rare event with these lunar titles from our collection!
Math circles, a tradition imported from Russia, are places where kids get together to discuss challenging problems of the sort that they are unlikely to encounter in school.
Barbara Bird, Professor of Management, is retiring after 29 years, leaving a legacy of teaching, research and friendship behind.
On August 9, Professor Christine BN Chin stepped into her new role as interim dean of the School of International Service.
Awards, panels and presentations await SOC faculty at the Association for Education in Media and Communication Conference.
Rising senior Maya Peebles shares her experience interning with Student Veterans for America and visiting DC’s most powerful institutions.
While Greece and its economy seem to be reviving, Professor Randall Henning explains that debt looms over the country's future.
What major challenges does the acquisition pose? Nelson Amaral, Professor of Marketing and consumer psychologist, addresses this question and more in the following article.
AU alumni Megan Nelson and Rachel Zayas are advancing science (and business) with their start-up MicroInvestigate. Read more to find out how.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser SPA/MPP’00 recently announced the creation of a new social science research effort to inform and improve policy. AU School of Public Affairs is the founding academic partner in the effort.
Caroline Bruckner doesn’t work on Capitol Hill anymore, but she regularly finds herself back there. Find out how her most recent report, Billion Dollar Blindspot, is making an impact in the policy world.
Chris Palmer’s new book offers practical advice on raising your kids to succeed.