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AU history professor pens a new book on food and American identities.
Maggie Burnette Stogner to speakat the Faculty Research and Projects Forum on December 1, 2015.
Leadership Program graduate returns to discuss her current work as a transgender advocate at the Center for American Progress.
Event sponsored by the National Academy of Medicine.
In the first event of an inaugural environmental lecture series, the School of International Service (SIS) hosted environmentalist and author Bill McKibben on October 23 to discuss current issues and progress in the global climate justice movement.
Overflow crowd of students and guests enjoy night of jazz.
Since 1965, the Kay Center has fostered AU’s spirit of belonging.
American University psychology professor Laura M. Juliano co-authors a promising study that shows brief therapy can help heavy caffeine users reduce their consumption.
Mehdi Heravi, SIS/PhD ’67, received the School of International Service’s (SIS) highest alumnus honor, the 2015 SIS Alumnus/a of the Year award.
Late fall exhibits at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center open Nov. 7 and close Dec. 13.
Professor Bill Gentile spent three weeks in the Ecuadorian Amazon shooting, "When the Forest Weeps"
Giambrone is working as a fellow at White House Historical Association.
“Innovation is not just an idea, it’s the ability to execute that idea,” said Kogod Interim Dean Erran Carmel at “Dish with the Dean,” a chance for students to sit down and discuss their ideas and questions about Kogod.
The School of Public Affairs congratulates Brian Hamel on his acceptance into a joint National Science Foundation and Society for Political Methodology program.
Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg, SIS/BA '84, is the mayor-elect of Alexandria, VA.
WSP Alum Credits Program with Continued Academic and Professional Success
A former White House Press Secretary visits an SOC class to discuss what it's like working in the White House, presidential debates and more.
SOC professor and photojournalist, Bill Gentile's work will now be housed in Archives and Special Collections in the University Library
SOC faculty and alumni presented at the 2015 International Digital Media Arts Association conference.
SOC professor Charles Lewis is a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University’s Reuters Institute for the study of Journalism.