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Kent Wagner joined American University’s MFA program in the fall of 2015 planning to get a degree. Little did he know that the program he had joined would lead him to something much bigger.
Emily Roseman Tillet expected to have a thrilling experience in the Washington Mentorship Program, worked towards her career, and she also found her husband.
AU MFA Film student Amberly Alene Ellis recently finished up an amazing gig with Alaska Airlines promoting its first flights to Cuba.
College of Arts and Sciences double-alum Lonnie Bunch (BA history ’74 and MA history ’76) is opening the doors of the Smithsonian’s newest and highly acclaimed museum to AU students.
Angela Del Sol (SOC/BA ’13) is an entrepreneur, who describes herself as “a dreamer and seeker at heart.”
"Kogod helped me see the bigger picture [in my work]. The knowledge I gained in my graduate program really helped me grow professionally” –Julie Bloecher, MBA ‘10
The movie TRI follows an ordinary woman who goes on an extraordinary journey as she trains for a triathlon.
Black History Month is a time of observance during which we reflect on the important people and events in African American history. Here at Bender Library, we spotlight the best selections in our collection to help further celebrate Black History Month.
Claire Barnett, the Founder and Executive Director of the Healthy Schools Network, has been selected as a recipient of the 2017 William K. Reilly Environmental Leadership Award.
Student Chandler Green says her experience in SOC's Strategic Communication MA Program has made her a more engaging writer and a stronger communicator.
The initiative supports “OneAU” community between faculty, staff, and students
Richard Green, BSBA ‘74, reflects on his successful career in real estate and how being a Kogod graduate in D.C. shaped his path.
Inspiring and telling films from AU School of Communication Alumni are being showcased at various film festivals throughout the country.
“I am honored to be receiving this award that commemorates the long service and dedication of Professor Robert Cleary to American University,” said AbouAssi.
Ben and Vannesa Henneke, founders of Clean Air Action Corporation and The International Small Group and Tree Planting Program, have been jointly selected to receive a 2017 Reilly Award.
Each year, at least five graduate scholars are selected by the Center for Environmental Filmmaking based on their abilities to demonstrate leadership in their thesis films.
AU’s Carmel Institute of Russian Culture & History provides tickets to the Third Annual Tatiana Ball at the Embassy of the Russian Federation.
Three American University alumni filmmakers have found success through creating work they are passionate about. Their inspiring and telling films are being showcased at various film festivals throughout the country.
SIS Professor Jordanna Matlon’s research explores racial capitalism through the lens of labor, black masculinity, and imaginaries in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
In the new AU production, gender roles are reversed.