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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.
AU history professor Eric Lohr discusses Russia’s involvement in World War I.
In addition to being a force to be reckoned with on the soccer field, Conor Osborne, BSBA ‘15, excels in the classroom as well.
Two students and Prof. Chris Edelson attended CNN's live town hall interview with Hillary Clinton.
Arts management and art history alumna won a prestigious Bosch Fellowship.
Amy Stolls selected for new leadership role at the National Endowment of the Arts.
AU prof’s new book exposes hundreds of government and corporate lies amplified by news media.
AU statistics professor Elizabeth Malloy will research Carpal Tunnel and tennis elbow.
American University students’ passion and persistence pay off in competitive awards.
Seven students graduated from our new master’s in Media Entrepreneurship (MAME) in 2014. Here's what they thought of the program.
Jane Palmer, professiorial lecturer, will take part in a 42-month national study to assess the rate of violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women.
College students awarded competitive science fellowships, scholarships, and internships.
Printmaking exhibit includes work by Picasso, Durer, and Pissarro.
Bradley Hardy, assistant professor of public administration and policy, will study the effects of inequality on macroeconomic and financial imbalances.
Bob Durant, a fixture on the faculty for 11 years and one of the most active researchers in the field, will retire on December 31.