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CAS students are sailing for science this summer, taking part in an eight-week SEA Semester program named Protecting the Phoenix Islands.
A World Bank economist and Washington Semester Program alumnus weighs in on the pedestals of career success.
In recognition of 30 years of service advising and mentoring students at AU School of Public Affairs, Academic Counselor Bob Briggs was recently honored with American University’s 2017 Maria Bueno Lifetime Achievement Award.
AU Professory Pallavi Kumar is recognized by PRWeek in their 2017 Global Power Book
This June 16-18, 2017, MBA@American students traveled to Brussels, Belgium for their first international immersion.
College Magazine says AU's School of Communication is one of the best places in the nation to learn broadcast journalism.
For two weeks this summer, the undergraduate course MGMT-396: Non-profit and Social Entrepreneurship was taught like a graduate-level seminar--in Norway.
Journalism student Mirchaye Sahlu spent the summer at the United Nations Information Center.
A new study by AU School of Public Affairs Professor Jennifer Lawless, and Loyola Marymount University Professor Richard Fox, found that despite an increase in political activism, women continue to lag behind men in political ambition.
Margot Susca gives us the rundown of how the American government is gaining more control of information as we move forward with the Trump administration.
Journalists Amie Parnes and Jonathan Allen give some compelling explanations in their recent best-selling book, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.
PR Students get a chance to work for Sony Electronics for their PR Portfolio class run by Professor Kumar
Randy Nordby, Kogod's new Finance & Real Estate program director, offers career building insight from his years of professional success.
Nonprofits forge ahead when faced with potential cuts to foreign aid.
Meet the AU student with a lengthy IMDb page.
Incoming students read We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation
At first intimidated, Dean's Intern Lindsay Maizland describes her growth at Vox and what it's like to work as an intern on the foreign news team.
American University School of Communication professors Maggie Burnette Stogner and Richard Stack know that capital punishment is not a simple subject, and their forthcoming documentary film, In the Executioner’s Shadow, shows why.
"Attending Kogod was a crucial step in my career. It helped me tear down a common misconception: that business and environmental sustainability must always be at odds."
Professor Sarah Snyder examines the history of how the US balances its foreign policies and US human rights values.