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AU Archives and Special Collections is currently closed to prepare for their move to the Spring Valley Building in late January 2017
Foreign Language and Communication Media graduate now works at political consulting firm, On Message.
SIS graduate students use summer practicum to research potential of US/Cuban higher education collaborations and present work on a national platform.
Photojournalist, veteran and undergraduate broadcast journalism major teams up with Smithsonian
The Master of Science in Analytics program opened doors for Heidi Friedrich because she was willing to take advantage of every opportunity.
9-Foot-Tall Statue of American Indian Leonard Peltier at American University Museum Raises Awareness of Clemency Campaign
9-foot-tall statue of American Indian Leonard Peltier will be installed at American University Museum to raise awareness for his pardon request.
With countless opportunities in and out of the classroom, Professor Frank Armour knows Kogod can't be beat.
MSA Director Casey Evans talks about what makes Kogod's Master of Science in Accounting a unique program at Kogod.
Lilly Maier fell in love with U.S. politics after watching Aaron Sorkin’s West Wing, so she left the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich to gain experience in DC through the Washington Semester Program (WSP).
AU professors go back to the classroom for intensive sessions on race and identity.
SIS Scholar in Residence and international environmental law expert Wil Burns advocates for a human rights-based approach to climate geoengineering within Paris Agreement.
Online Master's students share their experiences.
Submetering offers detailed information on how energy is being used
The second annual Global Entrepreneurship Week gave students the chance to connect with self-starters and sparked their own entrepreneurial interests.
SPA Professorial Lecturer, Jane Palmer, was recently awarded the New Scholar Award by the American Society of Criminology’s Division on Women and Crime.
CAS grad is the founding director of the Smithsonian's new Museum of African American History and Culture
William Jessup highly recommends the Washington Mentorship Program after it helped him start his career in the veterinary field.
Members of the AU community pay tribute to the late Shimon Peres.
School of International Service Professor Maria De Jesus emphasizes the importance of local community research in effort to reverse the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.