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On March 14, the SPA's Center for Environmental Policy, hosted an interactive discussion for students with Stanley Meiburg the Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Lonnie Bunch is the founding director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Registration has begun for summer courses.
Ashley Holmes shares her experience in the Center for Environmental Filmmaking's Classroom in the Wild course.
Rick Davis, SPA '74, establishes the Nick Charles Scholarship for students pursuing a career in journalism.
The University professor's Fulbright scholar grant will allow her to research in Australia.
SOC alumna, Erin McPike joins communications startup, 1776.
Meghan Doughty, a second-year student in SPA's doctoral program in public administration and policy, has been named a Founders' Fellow by the American Society for Public Administration (APSA).
What can the behavior teach us about our own financial decisions, global economy, or leading a nation? Believe it or not, there are real correlations to be drawn between the two when looking at each through the framework of behavioral sciences.
The U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program empowers young women from Pakistan to excel.
AU professor studies the impact of terrorism on civil wars.
“This is a major recognition and an affirmation of what we are doing here,” says AU Game Lab director Lindsay Grace.
SPA landed in the top 20 of more than 270 schools of its kind, according to the U.S. News and World Report's latest Public Affairs Graduate Schools Rankings, which were released on March 16.
SOC's student photographers will have their work displayed in a mini-gallery this spring.
SOC professor Deen Freelon released his report analyzing Black Lives Matter on social media
Students decode cyber security issues during the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge. SIS hosted the competition in partnership with the Atlantic Council.
A new analysis by American University sociology professor Celine Marie Pascale finds that U.S. news media coverage of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan largely minimized health risks to the public.
Editor in Chief of The Undefeated, Merida will talk about intersection between race and sports.
Widely published scholar has track record of innovation, success in legal education.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at SIS.