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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.
Doctoral students will attend the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) conference.
Spring series includes Jennifer Swift, Colin Saldanha, Abigail Miller.
SIS alumni Eloisa “Louie” Zepeda, SIS/MA ’12, and John Paul “Pong” Cruz, SIS/MA ’13, each recently received recognition for their outstanding work in international disability policy.
Where the Peer Advisor Program is today, and where it hopes to go next.
Faculty, students and staff celebrate King and his legacy through a week of tailored events.
New education faculty member finds connections between the brain and learning disabilities.
Win $1000 for Outstanding Research! Enter A Paper/Project in the Annual AU Library Undergraduate Research Competition
The Undergraduate Research Awards recognizes AU undergraduate students who make extensive use of the University Library’s collections and show evidence of excellence in critical analysis and in their research skills.
Honoring the life of Donald L. Myers, AU CFO, Vice President and Treasurer.
Mark Fine managed the AU men’s basketball team as a student; now he is marketing director for the New York Mets.
Each of Dan Mullins' articles in Public Budgeting & Finance, the leading journal in its field, have been cited over a hundred times.
American University professor Stephen Silvia’s new book finds distinct features of the German economy.
This first article in a new series of librarian profiles focuses on Humanities Librarian Martin Shapiro. With expertise in a range of subjects, Martin is able to provide excellent reference service—especially for Literature and Spanish students.
Anthropology alumna Becca Peixotto helped excavate a newly discovered site full of early hominid fossils.
SIS Professor Robert Pastor passed away on January 8, 2014.
Donald Williamson of the Kogod Tax Center named Person of the Year by leading tax publication.
Four new members join the AU Alumni Board, committing to the highest level of volunteerism within the Alumni Association.
SOC is open for business in the newly renovated McKinley Building.