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Fighting HIV through Scientific Leadership
Justin Morgan Focuses on Health—For Everyone
AU PhD Student Helps Excavate Ancient Human Relative
Professor Allan Lichtman's Historic Record of Predicting US Presidential Elections
American University honors its best and brightest students with its 2016 Student Awards. Read the profiles of each of these dynamic students.
With only two years under its belt, AU’s game design MA program is ranked 22nd in the world by Princeton Review and number 13 in Animation Career Guide's ranking of East Coast games program.
McKinley becomes the second building on the AU campus to achieve LEED Gold status.
We asked Associate Professor Rachel Sullivan Robinson a few questions about her research with SPA Professor Jeremy Shiffman on the politics and policy surrounding sexuality education in Nigeria and Mississippi.
María Elena Salinas, one of the most influential journalists of our time, will address graduating students and receive an honorary degree.
American University recognizes the exceptional achievements of outstanding faculty, students, staff, and alumni through University Awards.
2016 graduates reflect to their time at AU, favorite professors and what SOC means to them.
The 26th annual conference honors the life of Robyn Rafferty Mathias.
Two graduating seniors earn new Community-Based Research certificates.
This September, the Center for Israel Studies will pivot its attention to the relationship between Israel and Europe. Michael Brenner, Seymour and Lillian Abensohn Chair in Israel Studies, will teach a new course on “Europe and Israel”.
As part of the Journalism and New Media concentration, Kelsey Donohue wanted to find out how the news media operated to help her shape a career in public affairs and politics.
Brigid Maher is only the second director of Film and Media Arts in the School of Communication's history.
ADHD youth follow fewer healthy lifestyle behaviors than non-ADHD youth, suggesting that they may benefit from improving lifestyle choices such as increasing water consumption and getting at least one hour of physical activity per day.
The University honors Rev. Joe Eldridge for his spirituality and social justice as he retires after the 2016 spring commencement.