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A panel of experts discussed the global terrorism landscape at an event hosted by the AU’s School of Public Affairs on March 29.
Darla Davenport-Powell is bringing her African American doll Niya and her multicultural and multilingual group of friends to ABC's "The Toy Box."
Students discuss differences between perceptions and realities of the US, Russia, and other nations.
Nearly 200 people gathered at the AU Katzen Art Center on March 30 for the 5th William K. Reilly Awards for Environmental Leadership.
Renowned psychiatrist and public health expert Mindy Fullilove Ph.D. spoke at the Metropolitan Policy Center’s annual spring lecture at AU’s School of Public Affairs on March 29.
Dr. Fanta Aw reflects on her AU journey and shares her vision for Campus Life and AU.
Carmel Institute of Russian Culture & History Presents World-Renowned Russian Pianist in an Exploration of the Revolutionary Changes in Russian and Soviet Music
After the fifth annual Cyber 9/12 competition, US Foreign Policy and National Security graduate student Taishu Pitt, SIS/MA ’17, reflects on the value of simulating a response to a national security crisis.
Graduate students worked with BRITDOC to help bridge the gap between film and action at the True/False Film Festival.
As she reaches the end of her career, Dr. Gail Hanson offers seven tips for the AU community.
World-renowned ethnologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall visited SIS to deliver a lecture and participate in a fireside chat with conservationist and investor Brian Sheth on March 28.
What do Millennials in the Greater Washington Area want from the workforce? Kogods Millennial Index Report indicates what Millennials in the workforce want, and how employers can adapt to the rising labor force of young workers.
The Kogod School of Business professor writes about managing your money.
Several School of Communication faculty members were recognized through the 2017 American University Faculty Awards.
As part of the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program, she studied at John Hopkins
AU Museum in Spring: Participatory Sculpture, Contemporary Cuban, A Teacher’s Legacy, Myths and Time
Spring exhibits at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center open April 1.
Hannah Vecseri was home schooled from kindergarten through her high school graduation. During her sophomore year at Baylor University, she discovered that the Washington Semester Program offered a Justice and Law concentration, which peaked her interest.
Kogod graduate student gives insight on ways to polish and perfect your Kogod application.
On World Tuberculosis Day, Professor Lauren Carruth writes that zoonotic TB, which is passed from animals to humans, is a global problem.
First Woman to Launch Women's Film Festival in Pakistan