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New comprehensive study also reveals increased disease cases have modest impact on spending growth.
Read stories of inspiring graduates from the class of 2014.
Peter Starr most recent American University academic to be knighted by a foreign country.
Several students, faculty and staff from across the School of Public Affairs have been honored for their academic and service achievements over the past year.
Twenty-seven AU legacies graduated this May and reflected on their family connections to AU.
Terrorist groups avoid truthfully claiming responsibility for attacks for strategic reasons, argue SPA researchers.
Katie Couric used witty humor and personal insights to inspire 2014 School of Communication graduates.
McBride received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor on May 10, alongside boxer Evander Holyfield, Rep. Ed Royce and news anchor Maria Bartiromo.
Dean Peter Starr leads town hall meeting for College of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff.
Three College faculty are honored with 2014 University Faculty Awards.
The Peace Corps today released its top 2014 Master’s International and Paul D. Coverdell Fellows programs for volunteers, and American University ranks No. 10 among Master’s International programs nationwide and No. 9 among Fellows programs.
Students and faculty receive awards from the Greater Washington Society of CPAs, American University, and other groups, as academic year comes to a close.
SOC undergraduate speaker, Barbara Sprunt, discusses her formula for success.
In his new book, The End of American World Order, SIS Professor and UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance Amitav Acharya argues that the American-led liberal international order, as we have come to know it, is coming to an end.
Kimberly Cowell-Meyers traveled with Rep. John Lewis, Sen. Mazie Hirono, and Gov. Martin O'Malley as part of a trip focused on sharing stories and lessons of peace and reconciliation.
Marketing project introduces business students to emerging D.C. neighborhood and real-life group of clients.
The AU Library has a great collection of YA novels and their film adaptations. Come check out Divergent or The Giver before seeing them in the theater. Or check out our range of videos, including the entire Harry Potter series.
Chad Bissonnette, SIS/BA '05, is SIS Alumnus of the the Year 2014