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ESPN's Kevin Merida visited SOC to talk race, sports, culture and The Undefeated.
This year’s program featured a three-time alumna donor, a student who made his way to Washington from a tiny island, and an operatic example of philanthropy in action.
The Center for Environmental Policy at SPA honored Mindy Lubber, President of Ceres, and Bob Perciasepe, President of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, with the 2016 William K. Reilly Awards for Environmental Leadership.
Opportunity awaited Kogod students to meet and network with leaders in the French fashion industry.
Italian American Culture & Experience - Wednesday, April 13
For the first time, researchers have demonstrated how to use commercial 3D printers to print something with active chemistry.
Master's student Derek Hawkins has won an award for his reporting with the Washington Post.
Ali Newhard awarded the AU Summer Scholars and Artist Fellowship.
Tertulias at AU, a new initiative in the Spanish Program, is teaching students Spanish language and culture outside the classroom.
Talking with the Career Center about what students can expect from the job search.
Professor Chuck Lewis founded the consortium that led the investigation on massive amounts of leaked banking data.
Chemi Montes wins for AU Symphony poster design.
The School of Public Affairs' Washington Institute for Public Affairs Research welcomed Sheldon Danziger, President of the Russell Sage Foundation, on March 29.
See what's going on behind the scenes in a few of your favorite Film and Media Arts courses.
SOC and SIS are teaming up to celebrate the launch of “The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein and EMILY’s List founder Ellen Malcolm will discuss women in politics at American University.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, visited SIS to discuss terrorism and trade with students on April 2.
On March 28, the School of Public Affairs and the Center for Israel Studies welcomed Israeli academic and public intellectual Daniel Gordis to give the prestigious Amos Perlmutter Lecture.
American University and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting look at the mounting dangers to freelance journalists.
Strategic Communication M.A. students Rachel Pipan and Kelly Sheehan won the 2016 Page Society/Institute of Public Relations Case Study Competition