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SOC and SIS are teaming up to celebrate the launch of “The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein and EMILY’s List founder Ellen Malcolm will discuss women in politics at American University.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, visited SIS to discuss terrorism and trade with students on April 2.
On March 28, the School of Public Affairs and the Center for Israel Studies welcomed Israeli academic and public intellectual Daniel Gordis to give the prestigious Amos Perlmutter Lecture.
American University and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting look at the mounting dangers to freelance journalists.
Strategic Communication M.A. students Rachel Pipan and Kelly Sheehan won the 2016 Page Society/Institute of Public Relations Case Study Competition
A new community to explore social justice issues
Three College of Arts and Sciences faculty honored by university.
New College Dean’s Awards for Outstanding Faculty and Staff Awards will recognize inclusion, innovation, and impact.
The College of Arts and Sciences is offering of a new set of awards to recognize outstanding contributions by College faculty and staff in the key areas of inclusion, innovation, and impact.
Professor Chris Palmer talks about what colleges are doing to prepare students for the real world.
American University Museum spring exhibits are open April 2 through May 29.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte discussed terrorism, trade, and NATO with SIS students on March 31. Professor Michelle Egan moderated the discussion.
More than half of all freshman identify AU as their first choice. Why you need to join their ranks this fall.
History grad student Kristen Horning is studying the history of early twentieth-century female pilots.
Ambassador Thomas Pickering returned to SIS on Friday, March 25 to discuss foreign policy challenges across the Middle East.
Max Sieben Baucus, the United States Ambassador to China, recently addressed a packed crowd of students, faculty, and members of the community at American University for the inaugural Scher Sustainability Forum.
A new study conducted by economists from SPA and Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Economics found sweeping bias in teachers’ expectations of black students.
After growing up in a farming community, SIS professor now focuses on agricultural policy.
Anita Hill, who played a major role in the events depicted in the much-anticipated HBO film Confirmation, is coming to AU
Photojournalist Alysia Burton Steele juried a photography show while on campus to showcase her new book, "Delta Jewels.”