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On Tuesday, October 28, the Center for Israel Studies will host an all-day academic conference entitled "How Jewish is the Jewish State? Religion and Society in Israel".
Leading the cause to prohibit transgender discrimination, Thirion blends academics and action selflessly as an SPA alumnus.
The Kogod Incubator opened its doors to up-and-coming companies. Mentors will guide these entrepreneurs to business success.
At American University, Nick Reksten, CAS/BA ’07/PhD ’15, went from freshman to mentor to professor.
How other institutions can replicate AU, GW, and GWU Hospital solar energy agreement.
Kogod students apply their business savvy to helping local musicians manage their up-and-coming careers.
Construction for AU's East Campus facility is underway.
Explore our new games collection at the Course Reserves and Technology Borrowing Desk.
Matt Waskiewicz ’16 researches economics in Wales on a Fulbright Summer Institute grant.
Mark Laubach researches how our brains enable us to act flexibly.
AU and alumni mark the anniversary with events on October 24 and 25.
The Intercultural Management Institute (IMI) at American University’s School of International Service recently hosted the 2014 Fulbright Global Gateway Orientation for seventy incoming Fulbright students from forty-seven different countries.
With new programs in the sciences, AU is growing as a hub of research excellence.
Jodi S. McCarthy, director of the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Air Traffic Control Facilities Directorate (ATCF), is an exemplary leader responsible for a number of high profile and politically charged projects.
Robert Tobias, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of public sector human resource management, received the Stockberger award.
First-year Politics, Policy, and Law scholars spent Constitution Day volunteering and working with students at Oyster Adams Bilingual School.
Alums say tenacity and networking are key to building a career in public relations.
Christyn Enser, BA/SOC/CAS ’14, learned IT skills from Kogod that she uses everyday in her job at the Associated Press.