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Connie Morella was driven to public service by the struggle for equal rights, and she served Maryland's 8th district in the U.S. Congress for 16 years.
Nikki Lane’s class gets DC history lesson at Ben’s Chili Bowl.
D.C.’s mayor-elect is Muriel Bowser, SPA/MPP ’00.
President Kerwin, Diane Rehm, and Anita McBride deliver guest performances at Arena Stage.
In this issue of Dean's Picks, SOC's new political communication co-director discusses the midterm elections.
The fifth article in our series of librarian profiles focuses on Communication Librarian Derrick Jefferson. With his experience in filmmaking, photography, and journalism, Derrick has insight into many facets of communication studies.
Hassan M. Aden, SPA/MPA '09, chief of police in Greenville, North Carolina, has served police departments for nearly 30 years and has used his "SPA experience every day."
Izzy Bugatti credits her public communication skills with her success as a 'Ready For Hillary' intern.
Kogod Women in Business empowers female MBA and masters students to excel in business, in partnership with the National Association of Women MBAs.
The AU Choral Program celebrates its 80th anniversary.
Assistant Professors Nina Yamanis and Maria DeJesus led a collaborative and cross-disciplinary research project last year assessing the HIV risk for Latino men in Washington, D.C. who have sex with men.
Chazeman Jackson working as health science advisor in the Office of Minority Health.
The Fix reporter and founder gives students a look into what candidates are paying attention to this election cycle.
Volunteers are critical to the success of AU Museum initiatives.
AU’s student radio station is simply the best, according to the College Music Journal.
Morgan Walton, SPA/MS ’14, and Jane Palmer, SPA/PhD '13, professorial lecturer worked together on an article documenting the national legal support frameworks for sexual assault victims.
Anita McBride, executive in residence at AU's School of Public Affairs, applies her experience working with three U.S. presidential administrations.
The Natural Resource and Sustainable Development (NRSD) dual MA degree program is housed in the Global Environmental Politics (GEP) program.
Bring old computers, mobile devices, and batteries to the Library for recycling.
AU graduates find success and opportunity with Teach For America despite an increasingly competitive selection process.