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AU students are trying their hand editorializing the 2016 presidential election.
Last year at this time, archaeology doctoral student Becca Peixotto was making international headlines. She had played a critical role in excavating the fossils of a new human relative named Homo naledi.
KPU and College Republicans welcome the most senior GOP woman in the Senate.
JD/MBA student Kiki McArthur sees business in everything. Exploring its underlying power in society is a major goal of her coursework, after all.
Pulitzer Crisis Center fellow Camila DeChalus reports on the impact of climate change on farmers.
This fall, the School of International Service welcomes new Professor Audrey Kurth Cronin as an expert on political violence, terrorism, and conflict. We got to know Professor Kurth Cronin a bit through a Q&A.
SIS Dean James Goldgeier discussed President Obama’s foreign policy with former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Derek Chollet at a Dean’s Discussion on September 6.
A new book by SPA Assistant Professor Chris Edelson shows through historic records that U.S. presidents have tested, pushed, and increasingly overstepped the limits of their emergency powers.
MA Student named the recipient of the second Dotty Lynch scholarship
American University’s School of Public Affairs will host the 2017 Public Management Research Conference, June 8-10.
The Center for Environmental Policy at American University is looking for nominations for the 2017 William K. Reilly Awards.
A new study reveals how international public opinion as expressed via social media can influence conflicts on the battlefield.
For the 15th anniversary of 9/11, SPA professor analyzes the terrorist threat.
Early fall exhibits at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center are open Sept. 6 through Oct. 23.
Dan Sayers, historical archaeologist and chair of AU's anthropology department, is featured in the Smithsonian Magazine.
Julie Polumbo, SIS/MA ’16, a student in the International Relations Online Master’s program (IR Online), participated in the Democracy and Development in South Africa summer seminar in May 2016.
The American University Office of Undergraduate Advising shares their tips for success in college to the Class of 2020.
Nonpartisan campaign has support from College Republicans and Democrats.
Kogod Summer Institute Students share experiences from their week at Kogod.