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PhD candidate Megan Fasules gets a grant to study the connection between bankruptcy and Medicare. tag for econ dept, research, students, faculty
SOC sat down with Caroline Weaver to discuss her work and how the online Digital Media program was a necessary complement to her current skill set.
Although it’s been a busy few weeks on Capitol Hill, alumna Loretta Sanchez, Kogod/MBA ’84, took time out of her hectic schedule to speak at AU.
Learn how this Emmy-nominated television executive maintains her busy professional life while mentoring AU students.
Faculty and staff alumni sound off on the unique experience of working for their alma mater.
One of AU’s core programs recently marked its birthday in fitting style.
The Books That Shaped America series brings together members of the AU and D.C. communities to discuss books by American authors that have had strong influence on individuals and society. Admission and parking are free, and RSVP is not required.
Associate professor Rachel Sullivan Robinson’s MacArthur Foundation funded research investigates how political and social actors accept and institutionalize the implementation of sexual education interventions.
How oil and conflict are related is the focus of Assistant Professor Jeff Colgan’s latest research and book, Petro-Aggression: When Oil Causes War (Cambridge 2013).
American University’s Center for Food Studies is part of the food research trend in higher education.
Behind the scenes of theater professor Caleen Jennings’s new children’s production.
September 27 marked the official dedication of AU’s new Cassell Hall.
Kogod’s redesigned MBA to focus on experiential learning.
Accolades received during National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Arts Management Program receives three-year research grant to explore durable organizational change in the arts.
Six of 11 cities polled for a new study on cycling use in Latin America have either launched or plan to implement bike share programs, underscoring the growing popularity of cycling as a transportation choice in the region.
In the latest edition of Dean's Picks, a student and alum work on set of ‘House of Cards’ and SOC's Wendy Melillo shines a light on iconic American ad campaigns in her new book.
AU Alum Lisa Carlin integrates mindfulness into therapy for veterans
Art history graduate student Lily Sehn finds social meaning in art works.
The PPL Scholars met with judges and observed hearings and trials during their visit to the D.C. Superior Court.