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Former American University Students Recognized as Influential Foreign Policy Leaders
Enrolling for Fall 2014, the new degree program also includes signature courses, a global focus, and the option of a unique consulting track.
Seminars in Chemistry and Biochemistry Fall 2013
Five tenure-line and fifteen term faculty have joined SIS in fall 2013.
The experience of the class of 2017 is very different than that of their parents in the 1980s.
Meet the New American University professors for the 2013-2014 academic year.
AU’s Methodist chaplain Mark Schaefer biked from D.C. to Chicago for his students.
Amy Anda, BS/BSBA ’02, shared the importance of passion, partnership, and bravery in business with freshmen and transfer students.
The Israeli art collection is on view for the first time in the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center.
American University’s Abroad at AU program celebrates its 1,000 student.
The Nationals came up one run short, but the rest of the night was a winning success.
New BA offers students a multidisciplinary option to learn about Arab cultures and understand the challenges facing the Arab world.
AU faculty help strengthen D.C. teachers’ knowledge and teaching of American history.
Derek Penslar delivers the inaugural Seymour and Lillian Abensohn Lecture at the Center for Israel Studies.
The twenty new PPL Scholars traveled down to the national Mall to participate in the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
AU’s student health insurance now includes extended coverage for transgender students.
American University Library is very pleased to announce the Vincenza and W. Donald Bowles Endowment for the Study of Productivity, Income and Poverty in the United States.
his annual $5,000 fellowship, named in honor of emeritus professor Robert Cleary, will be awarded to a School of Public Affairs faculty member for an exemplary research publication related to current issues in the non-profit sector.