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AU student debt levels declining, number of AU graduates with loans well below the national average.
Professor James Girard’s new edition of his forensics textbook now includes terrorism.
AU alumna Margo Seibert anticipates her upcoming Broadway debut as Adrian in the new musical Rocky.
Ximena Varela discusses the arts in Latin America and the recent AU symposium that examined the region’s creative economy.
Albie Sachs speaks at 2013 Arts Management Colloquium.
For the price of a movie ticket, you can provide a fun, free, safe, on-campus study break for students! Support Movies at the Mud Box through the new American University UFUND.
Prof. Eisenstadt will begin a multi-year project researching the factors that lead individuals in indigenous communities to collectively protect a public good.
SPA's Key Executive Programs will develop training workshops with the DC chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives.
The annual award goes to an SPA faculty member who published exemplary research related to the nonprofit sector.
A direct thread runs from President John F. Kennedy’s speech through President Barack Obama’s agenda for nuclear arms.
Introducing our new cookbook collection! This collection supports a variety of academic programs, including College Writing, Chemistry, and American Studies—and provides new, fun ideas for your weekend baking extravaganza.
Considering end-of-year giving? Here are some reasons why the AU Museum should be on your list.
Read the latest issue of Liberty and Security magazine, including a story about Prof. Dreisbach's research on Jefferson's "Separation Between Church and State."
What’s it like to work at CHRS? Frank Sosa on his RA experience at CHRS
American University’s Dialogue Development Group provokes thoughtful discussions about race.
American University among top institutions for study abroad according to recent "Open Doors" report.
Graduates look to create positive change in education.
Kogod alumna uses career in taxation to fulfill dream of giving back to a community.
Alumna is getting recognition for her scientific research about the so-called “diamond planet.”