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AU Literature Department professors discuss their favorite fiction.
Learn more about the suite of LGBT resources available through AU Library. Everything from the specialized collection at the Gender & Sexuality Library to the variety of streaming films relating to LGBT issues.
Ioli, adjunct professor for the Key Executive Leadership Programs, examines five common organizational ailments.
New research shows not all combat experiences lead to alcohol abuse.
Rybarczyk will study water access and government policies in Morocco to better understand the challenges of providing drinking water in rural areas.
Jimenez, a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Public Affairs, has been named a national finalist for the nation’s most prestigious program for leadership and public service.
Zachary Kopin is making the most of his time at AU—both on and off campus.
Matthew Smith '14 and Mina Trudeau '12 receive Fulbright Program grants for Fall 2014 projects in Mexico and Turkey
Studies cover antibiotic resistance, skin cancer genetics, and suburban poverty, among other topics.
To provide 10 Washington D.C. area high school students with scholarships to filmmaking course.
Associate Professor Susan Shepler’s new book, Childhood Deployed: Remaking Child Soldiers in Sierra Leone, examines the difficult reintegration of former child soldiers in Sierra Leone.
Students gain support, petition for official chapter recognition.
Gains and challenges in supporting student health reported.
The Washington Internships for Native Students program shapes minds for the future.
Student’s senior thesis examined the importance of traditional music in the Afghan refugee culture.
The most effective lobbyists shape public policy by writing the rules for laws passed by Congress, President Neil Kerwin said in a recent talk at SPA.
Explore the music of Brazil and a wealth of books and films related to soccer, just in time for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Every title here can be found in the collection of the AU Library.
Drug treatment courts offer an effective health and public safety response for drug-dependent offenders, according to a new report.
Dean Romzek addressed the 2014 graduates of the American University School of Public Affairs, part of the university's one hundred and twenty-eighth commencement.
Make the most of your summer no matter where you are with resources available from the Library. Whether you are taking online classes, working on your research, or looking to learn a new skill, we have the resources you need.