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In between classes and studying, take time out to unwind with these activities at AU and in the D.C. area.
This fall, the School of International Service welcomes Professor Joshua Rovner, an expert on national security and strategy, to the faculty.
As a new Foreign Policy Research Fellow at the Brookings Institute, Katy Collin, SIS/PhD ’16, is taking her research on referendums to new heights.
Alexandria (Alli) Woodward is the third recipient of the Dotty Lynch scholarship, exemplifying Lynch’s passion for politics, excellence and ethics.
With 70 years of experiential learning to celebrate, the School of Professional & Extended Studies sits down with Founder & Executive Chairman of APCO Worldwide Margery Kraus to honor the Washington Semester Program’s legacy of excellence.
A new program at American University takes School of Communication students and recent alums with a focus in the field of entertainment including television and film who wants to meet alumni and industry professionals through site visits.
The interdisciplinary program falls under CAS’s Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies Collaborative.
The AU community gathered Friday afternoon for a rally in response to the Confederate flag incident on campus.
The AU community had a wide-ranging discussion about responding to hate.
The girls’ education activist offers sage advice and reasons for hope.
AU alum Ed O’Keefe, political reporter for the Washington Post, shared his own experience and professional advice.
MGMT-458 is pragmatic and applied—two attributes Lahiri believes are essential to her students’ success.
Jean McGee serves as the graduate advisor for all graduate students, full time, part time, and weekend, in the School of Communication (SOC). She has been working with the SOC graduate students since 2006 and her hard work shows.
Doing it for the Story: WSP Alum Ben Thomas Helps Celebrate 20 years of Local Art in DC - One Storyteller at a Time
WSP Alum Ben Thomas is helping celebrate 20 years at DC-based Story District and 70 years with the Washington Semester Program. Here's his story.
Kogod’s Career Center is on the up and up. Meet one of their new staff members who’s shaking things up.
Jennifer LaFleur joins the Investigative Reporting Workshop as its new data editor and the School of Communication at American University as a data journalist-in-residence today.
We asked Professor Castañeda to weigh in on DACA: what does it mean, what might happen next, and what he wishes would happen in terms of immigration reform.
Professor Arthur Shapiro kicks off the first in a series of Humanities Lab lectures this Wednesday, September 20, at 1 p.m. at 228 Battele-Tompkins. He will explore the difference between what we see and how we understand and interpret what we see.