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AU community celebrates SOC's new home in the McKinley Building.
James J. Alex makes accounting regulations accessible for Kogod students in debut of “Business in the Capital” series.
Professor William LeoGrande discusses his new book on hidden U.S.-Cuba negotiations.
Midterms may be stressful, but living with a roommate doesn’t have to be.
Tricia Bacon bring 11 years of counterterrorism experience at the State Department and her award-winning research to AU's classrooms.
Psychology Prof. Terry Davidson will chair a symposium of scientists next month, the first gathering of its kind that is focused on obesity and cognition in children and adolescents.
A Q&A with performing arts professor Carl Menninger.
Kristina Crona is a new assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Jennifer Lawless has a fundamental question that drives her research at SPA: Why are there so few women in positions of political power?
Mycal Ford, a student of East Asian Politics who was the first in his family to graduate from college, is the inaugural recipient of the newly-endowed Martin H. Steiner Scholarship.
Yuval Levin is an accomplished political thinker and prolific writer who found his niche in Washington, DC during his undergrad studies at American University’s School of Public Affairs.
In this issue of Dean's Picks, SOC showcases top achievements of 2014.
National Gallery of Art Partners with American University to Host International Cinema Series on AU Campus
The National Gallery of Art partners with SOC for multiyear film series.
Marguerite Jimenez, recently named one of 15 White House Fellows for 2014-2015, says she chose SPA "because of the school's historic commitment to public scholarship."
American University hosted the first DC mayoral debate of the 2014 general election campaign season on September 18.
This summer, SIS offered a graduate practicum on “Water, Cooperation, and Peace in the Middle East.”
When it comes to academic work, Vicky Wilkins covers all the bases.
Chante Harris continues three generations of advocacy through AU’s service-learning.
Professor Arthur Shapiro named Nifty Fifty speaker for promoting STEM activities.
AU professors invited to first White House Educational Game Jam.