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Graduate students present original research to the arts and academic community.
AU-based FRONTLINE investigates the rise of deadly, drug-resistant bacteria that modern antibiotics can’t stop.
American University gives CNN’s Anderson Cooper an exuberant reception at Bender Arena.
Two awards will be given—one for an individual in government (local, state, tribal or federal) and the other for an individual in the non-profit or business sector.
American University Arts Management program to study the challenges facing performing arts.
The SPA community sought to better understand the recent 16-day government shutdown in a number of ways, from watching the Senate debates in person, hosting experts to debate the issues, and helping drive the conversation in the media.
The Thomas B. Fordham Institute and American Enterprise Institute has named Assistant Professor Seth Gershenson a 2013-14 Emerging Education Policy Scholar.
AU’s International Media program brings the classroom to Afghanistan in new lecture series.
Physics and math major Travis Volz finds his passion while working on a Swiss particle collider
Oral history takes Angela Modany back to Ohioville, Pennsylvania.
Award-winning music student Allie Martin making her mark as a violinist
Kogod’s new Professional MBA cohort designed to bring MBA education to morning people.
In this week's Dean's Picks, Team Capitol DC finishes strong in the Solar Decathlon and a new master's degree program in strategic communication is set to launch January 2014.
Program is for students interested in principles, practices, and institutions of politics and law.
As a part of the Research Commons, the Library has teamed up with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to provide a variety of statistical services for all.
Three students currently hold posts in D.C.’s Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.
New master’s degree programs in strategic communication and teaching English as a foreign language set to launch.
Team Capitol DC’s final standings and the home they created to heal.
One marketing class was all it took for Kogod alumna Jill Mogensen to fall in love with the industry, eventually working her way up to managing her own portfolio of online clients at a New York City firm.
Former regulators and financial experts Jeffrey Harris, Robin Lumsdaine, and Robert Sicina discuss the actions taken since the 2008 financial crisis.