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The film, co-directed by Leena Jayaswal and Caty Borum Chattoo, is slated for release in 2017.
Michael Bader’s data is all about changing neighborhoods
Emily Heppen reflects on everything she has learned in her M.S. Real Estate classes as the semester wraps up.
Looking for a new job or internship in 2017? Make the most of your holiday down time with these five tips from the new SIS Office of Career Development.
"I was committed to graduating on time, and was determined to make it work." How did MSA student Mandy Shimizu do it? Read more to find out.
Math major Natalie Konerth wins second straight award for academic and athletic excellence.
Get to know Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy, new Dean of the School of Education
We asked SIS faculty members what they think will make the history books from the year 2016. Here are 18 moments from 2016 our experts say we’ll remember for years to come.
“Change is the result of true learning.” Read more to find out how Kogod helped Ladipo become the student--and the person--he desires.
We sat down with Professor Susanna Campbell, who joins the SIS faculty in spring 2017, to learn more about her experience and work in international intervention and the dynamics of war-to-peace transitions.
AU Archives and Special Collections is currently closed to prepare for their move to the Spring Valley Building in late January 2017
Foreign Language and Communication Media graduate now works at political consulting firm, On Message.
SIS graduate students use summer practicum to research potential of US/Cuban higher education collaborations and present work on a national platform.
Photojournalist, veteran and undergraduate broadcast journalism major teams up with Smithsonian
The Master of Science in Analytics program opened doors for Heidi Friedrich because she was willing to take advantage of every opportunity.
9-Foot-Tall Statue of American Indian Leonard Peltier at American University Museum Raises Awareness of Clemency Campaign
9-foot-tall statue of American Indian Leonard Peltier will be installed at American University Museum to raise awareness for his pardon request.
With countless opportunities in and out of the classroom, Professor Frank Armour knows Kogod can't be beat.
MSA Director Casey Evans talks about what makes Kogod's Master of Science in Accounting a unique program at Kogod.
Lilly Maier fell in love with U.S. politics after watching Aaron Sorkin’s West Wing, so she left the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich to gain experience in DC through the Washington Semester Program (WSP).
AU professors go back to the classroom for intensive sessions on race and identity.