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Freddy Scott’s song parody has been picked up by media and online outlets all over the world.
Leading Arts Researcher and Consultant Alan Brown Speaks at AU Arts Management Colloquium
“The reality in Iraq is very different from that portrayed in the international media,” said the Iraq ambassador to the United States Lukman Faily.
A conference on “The Republicans’ Latino Problem and How it Can be Fixed” will take place on Friday, March 7.
Music Librarian Nobue Matsuoka has expertise in a range of subjects, and is an ideal resource for students in the music program, students interested in librarianship, Japanese studies, or other forms of performing arts.
SOC student bridges the gap between course work, extracurriculars, and an her internship success.
Vicky Wilkins, a nationally recognized scholar in the area of public management, will join the School of Public Affairs.
Aimal Ahmadzai, MBA ’14 uses his personal experience to co-facilitate dialogue development group, “Islam in America,” and challenges students to gain more knowledge of international affairs.
Bill Gentile’s short film offers glimpse into real events surrounding hit Mark Wahlberg movie.
Sociology department panel opens doors to sociological discourse on disability.
Celine-Marie Pascale was promoted to professor of sociology in 2013.
SPA will offer a new master’s degree focusing on the study and practice of terrorism and homeland security policy.
Physics professor talks about her career and inspiring young women to pursue STEM fields.
In this issue of Dean's Picks, SOC students learn from Washington Post Professionals and AU PRSSA wins 2014 national conference bid.
Veterans Find Supportive Community, Academic Opportunities at AU
American University’s recent men’s basketball game against the Colgate University Raiders may have resulted in a narrow loss on the scoreboard for the Eagles, but the day turned out to be a win for the university’s sustainability efforts.
The contract, awarded by Industrial Economics, Inc., will support a partnership project on water technology.
All across CAS, students, faculty, and staff are finding new ways to be “Green.”
AU's Roger Sanchez got a presidential shout-out for his achievements.
Johnston's research on Maryland is part of a national project that will analyze the law's evolution at the state level.