American University News
American University News RSS feeds
Updated: 1 hour 39 min ago
Forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs studies human skeletons in hopes of identifying victims and pinpointing their cause of death. She's the author of 18 books and the inspiration for the TV show "Bones."
Campaign strategist talks Hillary, Trump, and President Obama’s dancing skills.
Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy named new dean of American University’s School of Education.
Hyong Yi's wrote 100 Love Notes to his wife - and the world.
The mayor of Alexandria, Virginia, one of America's most revered historic towns, is Allison Silberberg, SIS-CAS/BA '84
Hackers, criminals, nation-states, and the cybersecurity pros who fight them
In the mind of Almar Latour, thoughts on today's big stories must jostle for position with Big Ideas for tomorrow
The School of Public Affairs hallways are now adorned with an exhibit of inspirational photography by Kevin Sutherland, SPA/BA ’13, who was killed tragically in July 2015.
Faculty and PhD candidate receive accolades at the International Studies Association's 57th Annual Convention in Atlanta, Ga.
Faculty receive accolades at the International Studies Association's 57th Annual Convention in Atlanta, Ga.
Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands—the nation that currently holds the European Union presidency--will speak at the School of International Service Atrium at 2:15 p.m., Thursday, March 31.
A great opportunity for Kogod’s Director of Admissions David Green and Executive in Residence Dr. Ghiyath Nakshbendi to open educational connections between the Middle East and Kogod.
On March 14, the SPA's Center for Environmental Policy, hosted an interactive discussion for students with Stanley Meiburg the Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Lonnie Bunch is the founding director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Registration has begun for summer courses.
Ashley Holmes shares her experience in the Center for Environmental Filmmaking's Classroom in the Wild course.
Rick Davis, SPA '74, establishes the Nick Charles Scholarship for students pursuing a career in journalism.
The University professor's Fulbright scholar grant will allow her to research in Australia.
SOC alumna, Erin McPike joins communications startup, 1776.
Meghan Doughty, a second-year student in SPA's doctoral program in public administration and policy, has been named a Founders' Fellow by the American Society for Public Administration (APSA).