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AU student talks about her experience at the GDC panel.
AU’s recent “big bang” of science-related happenings.
Three SOC students have won awards from the AU Honors and Scholars programs.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak at American University’s School of International Service at 10:30 a.m., Friday, March 11.
“Managing Relations with an Increasingly Assertive Russia”: A Foreign Policy Discussion with Ambassador Thomas Pickering
Ambassador Thomas Pickering, Career Ambassador with the U.S. Foreign Service, visited the School of International Service (SIS) on March 1 for a discussion with Dean James Goldgeier about U.S. relations with Russia.
The New Hampshire primaries provided a great backdrop for the contest.
To shed some light how primaries impact the race, The School of Public Affairs’ Jan Leighley, an expert in political behavior and voter turnout, weighs in.
Developing new approaches to addressing non-communicable disease.
SPA's Justice Programs Office took on a robust autumn agenda under director Caroline Cooper.
American University study examines neighborhood racial change in the 40 years since Civil Rights Movement and finds many diverse neighborhoods are becoming segregated.
SOC professor Brigid Maher's film on women's health and human rights is now streaming online.
Stan Stalnaker, SIS/BA ’96, gave a TEDx talk at American University on February 27 about digital identity. Stan told us more about his TEDx talk, his thoughts on Apple vs. FBI, and why he is giving back to AU:
“Eyes of a Thief” (2014), the latest film from Najwa Najjar (SOC/MA ‘91) is now available in digital format on iTunes and Amazon.
The savvy political strategist will appear in Bender Arena on March 24.
AU Report: Are DC schoolchildren receiving better nutrition and more exercise?
Jewelry line promotes individuality and empowers women.
At SOC event, Martin Baron talks about how his work became a movie.
President Kerwin unveils plan to build a more diverse and inclusive AU.
Professor Carolyn Gallaher talks to us about her new book, which analyzes a unique law designed to curb gentrification in DC.
David Aldridge Receives Basketball Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Media Award