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Eagles shift focus from the stunning season that was to the Herculean task of taking on Wisconsin.
Dr. Derek Hyra, whose research focuses on innercity economic development, will join the Department of Public Administration & Policy in August as an associate professor.
For Eagles, academics come first and it shows according to NCAA data.
Professor Laura DeNardis will serve on the Advisory Committee for International Communications and Information Policy.
Three of the 75 most influential articles in the history of the journal Public Administration Review were published by faculty in the School of Public Affairs.
Film by David J. Ruck, (SOC/ MFA ’13) to screen in orbit for a very select audience.
AU Mock Trial teams enjoy a successful run in 2013-2014.
Experiential cross-disciplinary initiative pairs students with water advocates and scientists for professional projects.
Research, citation, and review are all critical phases in the research paper process—and the library is here to lend a helping hand. With resources to assist you at every stage of the process, we may become your favorite study partner.
American University’s presence in Brussels is led by Dr. Jerome Sheridan. The program celebrates 30 years in 2014.
Know an outstanding AU alum? Of course you do. Nominate them now!
Junior Adam Garret receives national award for his dedication to student advocacy.
Israel is recognized for its creative and innovative approaches to address water scarcity.
Theatre production Inherit the Wind explores the 1925 Scope’s “Monkey Trial.”
New Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation Initiative at Kogod designed to foster growth among budding entrepreneurs and business ventures.
Recommendations for fun DIY projects, all supported by our library collections.
AU professor Howard McCurdy recognized for his work on space exploration.
For American University Alumni Board member Amy Weiss, SOC/BA '87, each and every day running Weiss Public Affairs is an exciting and unpredictable challenge.
Design Thinking workshop led by Booz Allen Hamilton innovation consultant and an expert design professor from Finland’s Aalto University teaches attendees how to merge form and function to best serve the client.
TED Fellow and tissue engineer Nina Tandon will describe the inventions being created with cells.