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MSA Director Casey Evans talks about what makes Kogod's Master of Science in Accounting a unique program at Kogod.
Lilly Maier fell in love with U.S. politics after watching Aaron Sorkin’s West Wing, so she left the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich to gain experience in DC through the Washington Semester Program (WSP).
AU professors go back to the classroom for intensive sessions on race and identity.
SIS Scholar in Residence and international environmental law expert Wil Burns advocates for a human rights-based approach to climate geoengineering within Paris Agreement.
Online Master's students share their experiences.
Submetering offers detailed information on how energy is being used
The second annual Global Entrepreneurship Week gave students the chance to connect with self-starters and sparked their own entrepreneurial interests.
SPA Professorial Lecturer, Jane Palmer, was recently awarded the New Scholar Award by the American Society of Criminology’s Division on Women and Crime.
CAS grad is the founding director of the Smithsonian's new Museum of African American History and Culture
William Jessup highly recommends the Washington Mentorship Program after it helped him start his career in the veterinary field.
Members of the AU community pay tribute to the late Shimon Peres.
School of International Service Professor Maria De Jesus emphasizes the importance of local community research in effort to reverse the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
AU Game Lab brings together game professionals and DMV community.
Jenny Yoo, MSMKTG ‘14, is all about exploration. A former graphic designer who’s worked in everything from advertising to product development
From yurts to artisanal donuts, School of International Service Professor and seed funding expert Krista Tuomi is helping small businesses and local economies grow by providing pro bono financial consultations.
On November 18, 2016, the Kogod School of Business hosted a panel discussion entitled “The Presidential Election’s Impact on the Business Landscape.”
Carmel Institute celebrates 50th anniversary of James Billington’s The Icon and the Axe.
Dr. Paul Farmer Speaks at National Institutes of Health (NIH)
From the battlefield to the boardroom, being a successful leader means being a good shepherd.