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An extensive new report published by the Center for Digital Democracy and American University tackles the complicated issue of health wearables and big data systems from every angle.
A driving force behind AU’s Center for Israel Studies
College invests in new homes for the sciences
CAS LEAD students fill their summers with leadership and adventure.
Latin American Artists and Identities
AU School of Education students are developing education policy and putting it into practice in the real world.
American University will celebrate nearly 500 graduates who will participate in a Fall Commencement Ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 21.
The report from Kathryn Montgomery Center for Digital Democracy urges policymakers to exercise more oversight over the e-health industry, including creating new rules for data collection and protection.
Current PMBA students Kelsey Branch and Christopher Correnti never thought they'd pursue business degrees. They also never dreamed they'd become active student leaders at Kogod -- leaders who would represent the school at a national level.
This month’s collection highlight article deals with all things winter which means each item has the word “winter” in the title. Bundle up with these cool picks.
The film, co-directed by Leena Jayaswal and Caty Borum Chattoo, is slated for release in 2017.
Michael Bader’s data is all about changing neighborhoods
Emily Heppen reflects on everything she has learned in her M.S. Real Estate classes as the semester wraps up.
Looking for a new job or internship in 2017? Make the most of your holiday down time with these five tips from the new SIS Office of Career Development.
"I was committed to graduating on time, and was determined to make it work." How did MSA student Mandy Shimizu do it? Read more to find out.
Math major Natalie Konerth wins second straight award for academic and athletic excellence.
Get to know Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy, new Dean of the School of Education
We asked SIS faculty members what they think will make the history books from the year 2016. Here are 18 moments from 2016 our experts say we’ll remember for years to come.
“Change is the result of true learning.” Read more to find out how Kogod helped Ladipo become the student--and the person--he desires.
We sat down with Professor Susanna Campbell, who joins the SIS faculty in spring 2017, to learn more about her experience and work in international intervention and the dynamics of war-to-peace transitions.