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Dante Chinni's research and analysis through his directive, the American Communities Project, is providing key data for NBC's "Meet the Press" and other publications.
Last month, SIS Associate Professor Charles “Chuck” Call was part of a United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) advisory group that submitted its final report to the UN Secretary-General.
Army veteran and AU alum Mike Hardy put his experience to work on critically-acclaimed movie.
Since joining the School of Public Affairs in 1974, James Thurber's impact on governmental research has been profound and far-reaching.
Current Dean's Intern and The Eagle's web editor shares some of his most rewarding experiences at SOC.
A donation from the fraternal order will enhance veteran resources at AU.
Helen Langa discusses the fifth annual Feminist Art History Conference at AU.
SETH professor Jennifer Steele is an education policy researcher.
Rachel Louise Snyder’s What We’ve Lost Is Nothing receives enthusiastic reviews.
Discusses The Case for Reparations article in The Atlantic magazine.
Students, faculty, and academicians alike highly regard SPA Professor Richard Bennett’s scholarship in criminal justice and criminology.
Jamin Warren argues that video games are the new research and development for future-facing brands.
The new We KNOW Success website shows recent AU grads are finding jobs and pursuing advanced degrees.
Rare showing of Diebenkorn works on paper, pioneering land art, installations, sculpture, and 'Eugenic Minds' featured.
Public affairs programs around the world look to Professor David Rosenbloom's scholarship as a core facet in the study of public administration and policy.
The Public Relations Student Society of America at AU has set many on a path to success.
A panel of digital communications professionals explored the importance of social media in today’s business landscape at a Business in the Capital event.
Morey Kraus, BA religion ’81, finds his niche at the intersection of science and business.
New courses on the drug war, death penalty, and 19th-century fashion highlight spring offerings.
The HeLa legacy: a collision of ethics, race, and science.