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Our new Database of the Month feature showcases the Wiley-Blackwell Cochrane Library, a terrific resource for medical topics.
Ben Derby researched graphene during his NIST summer fellowship.
Interested in helping make key decisions about programming and outreach to fellow Eagles? Apply for the Alumni Board!
This class is one of the most varied in recent history in terms of geographic and multicultural diversity.
“Images of Forgiveness” is a thought-provoking collection of photos and personal narratives exploring forgiveness. This free exhibit is open to everyone and will be on display from Monday, Sept 15 to Friday Sept 26.
The AU Alumni Board announces the 2014 Alumni Awards recipients and the October 18 event details.
SIS professor’s new book tackles the law that unleashed a war without end.
American University graduate research and campus services help students with body image concerns.
Six new exhibitions open starting September 6.
Members of the first MS Marketing cohort land jobs in the area right after graduating from Kogod’s newest graduate program.
The School of International Service is pleased to announce new tenure-line and term faculty members.
Ying-Chen Peng is a new assistant professor in the Department of Art.
September is National Honey Month and to celebrate we combed through our hive to bring you a swarm of resources.
SPA Dean Barbara Romzek accepts the prestigious John Gaus Award.
For those seeking hands-on international experience, competitive scholarships like Fulbright and Boren can prove ideal.
Tricia Bacon, a professor in the Department of Justice, Law and Criminology, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2013 Best Thesis Award by the Terrorism Research Initiative
Associate Professor and Director of AU’s Global Public Media Research Project Shalini Venturelli recently returned to American University after a year in the Afghanistan investigating the conflict there and studying stabilization efforts.
Patrick Malone, Ph.D., selected for new leadership role with the Key Executive Leadership Programs housed within the School of Public Affairs.
Associate Professor Cathy Schneider comments on the increasing militarization of policing in minority neighborhoods.