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AU Library has a robust collection of sports books and films, ranging from documentaries to popular television shows and academic treatments of the athletic world to fictional page-turners.
Caffeine is the most-widely used drug, but little is known about helping those who depend on it.
Australian author Clive Hamilton spoke at SIS on January 15 about his recent book, Earthmasters: The Dawn of the Age of Climate Engineering, which examines the implications of climate engineering proposals.
Prof. Anna Amirkhanyan's research found that managers, clients, and employees were more satisfied with child care centers that have strong government relationships.
Environmental science master's student Nicholas Connor is conducting research in the Anacostia River.
A third of visual arts professionals overall have avoided or abandoned work in their field, because of insecurity about fair use.
UC students get the chance to hear politicians speak about current issues.
Learn about the play’s plot, alchemy’s impact on society, and its connection to modern day science.
The Key Executive Leadership Programs welcomed officials from the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Transportation for the event.
Prof. Campbell introduces students to the rewards of conducting research at the Library of Congress.
The Department of Public Administration and Policy showcases important research from SPA and outside scholars.
Kogod professor talks about leadership and success in the NFL.
Amanda Kraft, SPA/BA ’15, draws broad appeal as contributor to the U.S. Department of Labor's Centennial project.
AU professors discuss President Obama’s latest push on income inequality.
Emma Jackson produces video for “Camilla’s Purse,” a new exhibition for the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Also featured: a captivating multimedia performance that turns the museum into a musical instrument.
Math for America DC Master Teacher and AU mentor recognized for excellence.
History PhD alumnus Borislav Chernev is pursuing a teaching career in England.
Dee Dee Myers, White House press secretary in the Clinton Administration, recently spoke to students in the Campaign Management Institute and Public Affairs and Advocacy Institute.
AU will host international game design and development conference to foster innovation, creativity.