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Annual DC Public Health Case Challenge
These highly anticipated events connect students and alumni for sharing job opportunities and career advice.
From the authors: The purpose of our study was to explore the barriers preventing Sierra Leoneans from trusting and using the Ebola response system during the height of the outbreak.
Girl with a Book founded by two American University SIS and SOC alums, Olivia Curl and Lena Shareef.
In a new book, Professor Austin Hart analyzes US and international political campaigns and television ads to challenge theories of economic voting.
When looking for an advanced degree, Ebunola Aniyikaiye knew she wanted to combine her passions of law, health, and business. But would it be possible to fit in one program?
International Communication Professor Priya Doshi Credits the Washington Semester Program for Launching Her Career
With more than 15 years of experience as an international public relations practitioner, Doshi credits the Washington Semester Program for launching her career.
Faculty and students document James Reese Europe Post No. 5.
The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History invites applications for the James Symington Award for the study of Russian language, culture, and international relations.
A class of students got an inside look into the Washington Post newsroom and editorial board.
Three film and media arts graduate students have been selected as the recipients of the Challenge Prize.
AU professors and students are researching voter ID and strategic voting.
AU's Michelle Engert has written and lectured about Dylan's cultural impact. Dylan won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Giving a voice to those otherwise voiceless, telling stories of Washington otherwise gone untol.d
SPA Assistant Professor Tricia Bacon says it’s a good time to reflect on what has and hasn’t worked to combat the war on terror - particularly in the fight that is taking place online.
Sovereign Wealth Funds aren't just an investment vehicle -- they're a discipline. Read more to find out why.
Sandra Black, professor of economics at the University of Texas at Austin and a member of the Obama Administration Council of Economic Advisers, spoke at an event hosted by SPA about this trend and the possible explanations behind it.
SIS has officially endowed a memorial fund honoring late alumnus Matthew Shlonsky, SIS/BA '14, that will support collaborative research on challenges that face the city of Washington, DC.
Annika is a legacy student whose mother attended AU in the ’80s.