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Children’s Health Advocate and National Sustainability Leader Recognized at William K. Reilly Environmental Leadership Awards
On April 24, 2014, Nse Obot Witherspoon, Executive Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network and Daniel C. Esty received the William K. Reilly Awards for Environmental Leadership.
On June 27, the Center for Environmental Policy hosted an Expert Workshop on Water Technologies as part its role in the Partnership on Technology Innovation and the Environment.
The Center for Environmental Policy (CEP) is pleased to accept internship applications for students in the School of Public Affairs’ MPP and MPA programs for a fall 2014 internship placement.
AU literature professor’s new book analyzes artificial people in film and fiction.
Romzek, an expert in public management and accountability, was chosen for “a lifetime of exemplary scholarship in the joint tradition of political science and public administration.”
Israel-Palestine tensions rose this week after three missing Israeli teens were found dead. We asked Assistant Professor Guy Ziv, an expert on Israel, to provide some context and explain what might happen next.
Biology student Nicholas Watson researches the link between blood cancer and obesity.
This summer, the School of International Service offered a unique practicum and summer course in Brazil, led by Professor Eve Bratman. We asked Rachel Teter, a participating student, to share some of her impressions.
Vicky Wilkins, a nationally recognized scholar in public management, joined SPA on July 1 as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
Dean’s Intern Hoai-Tran Bui describes her challenging but satisfying experience.
Dean’s Intern Hoai-Tran Bui describes her difficult but satisfying experience.
Two AU students will attend a special commemoration of the Civil Rights Act.
Rachel Lincoln, BLC ’11, put her business degree to use through her photography company, where she tells stories about dying traditions.
College of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff share preferred summer activities.
Students earn top spots as D.C.’s finest and brightest.
A combination of practitioner visits and cultural explorations in South America gave PMBA students a first-hand look at conducting business across national frontiers.
University Professor Alan Kraut looks back at his presidency of the Organization of American Historians.
Malini Ranganathan, an associate professor at American University’s School of International Service and an expert on urban geography, says this new growth brings questions of equality to the forefront of discussions about city planning and development.
In a major milestone in its commitment to achieve carbon neutrality, AU has entered into an agreement to source half its electricity from renewable power.
The Master in International Service (MIS) at American University’s School of International Service (SIS) offers opportunities to advanced graduate students and professionals in the fields of international affairs and international service.