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Former Ohio State Senator Capri S. Cafaro is the newest Executive in Residence at American University’s School of Public Affairs in Washington, DC.
Sebastian Urthaler heard about the Washington Semester Program from an alumni he knew in Germany. During his time in DC, Urthaler had the opportunity to intern at the World Bank.
It started with the goal to explore the intersection of games and journalism, and merge those two worlds together.
Alumni continue their education and professional development through the Alumni Audit program.
SIS graduate student network with alumni at the annual ZooLights and SIS Dean's Reception with Dean James Goldgeier.
Ugoeze Achilike tells about her experience meeting alumni and peers through the Dinner with Alumni series.
A Message from AU Student Government President, Devontae Torriente
A message from the Graduate Student Council President, Gordon-Andrew Fletcher.
BLM leader says social justice activism will always be more important than popular.
Second event in Sondra D. and Howard Bender Israeli New Visiting Israeli Writers Series Hosts Assaf Gavron
On Thursday, February 23, AU’s new Sondra D. and Howard Bender Isr
In a ‘post-truth’ era, the ability to discern between reliable and unreliable sources of information is essential. As a skill set, information literacy allows the consumer to evaluate both data and news sources.
New identity workshop aims to bring people with disabilities to the forefront of AU consciousness.
American University student Elizabeth Herzfeldt-Kamprath is pursuing an MFA in Film and Electronic Media with a concentration in Environmental and Wildlife filmmaking. She talks about her experience in COMM:568: Environmental and Wildlife Production.
Kent Wagner joined American University’s MFA program in the fall of 2015 planning to get a degree. Little did he know that the program he had joined would lead him to something much bigger.
Emily Roseman Tillet expected to have a thrilling experience in the Washington Mentorship Program, worked towards her career, and she also found her husband.
AU MFA Film student Amberly Alene Ellis recently finished up an amazing gig with Alaska Airlines promoting its first flights to Cuba.
College of Arts and Sciences double-alum Lonnie Bunch (BA history ’74 and MA history ’76) is opening the doors of the Smithsonian’s newest and highly acclaimed museum to AU students.
Angela Del Sol (SOC/BA ’13) is an entrepreneur, who describes herself as “a dreamer and seeker at heart.”
"Kogod helped me see the bigger picture [in my work]. The knowledge I gained in my graduate program really helped me grow professionally” –Julie Bloecher, MBA ‘10
The movie TRI follows an ordinary woman who goes on an extraordinary journey as she trains for a triathlon.