Since its inception, NAFTA has bound together North America’s economic and security considerations. It's more than just a trade deal.
Kogod News highlights Master of Science in Finance graduate Jamal Carnette, and his journey at American University. Congratulations, Class of '17!
Andrea Hetling of Rutgers University, recently gave a talk about her book, as part of the SPA Public Administration and Policy Research Seminar Series.
The significant effect of partisanship on African American K-12 students is the focus of a new book, "The Politics of African-American Education."
Metropolitan Policy Center Director Derek Hyra’s book, "Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City," examines D.C.’s rapidly changing economic landscape.
Job performance usually matters when it comes to annual reviews, but effectiveness in Congress isn’t always linked to whether voters want to return their lawmakers to office.
More than 40 School of Public Affairs’ students presented research during the 9th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Five SPA students were recognized recently for their efforts to make a difference in their community.
An American University journalism student, has been named the 2017 fellow for the POLITICO Journalism Institute program which aims to increase and support diversity in Washington newsrooms.
SOC sat down with Paul Albergo to ask a few questions about his work at Bloomberg and teaching at AU.
For the second year in a row, SPA sponsored six students to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research and present their research.
The American University alumni community is deeply disappointed and disheartened by the recent events on campus.
The speakers demonstrate compassion, integrity, and unwavering commitment to public service.
Ceremonies will take place in American University’s Bender Arena and feature an impressive roster of commencement speakers.
Professor Muhammad Mushtaq of the University of Gujrat visited SPA recently to meet with faculty and students to discuss this growing issue.
The journalism major and swimmer has earned the highest honor for undergraduates.
Bill DeLone, Kogod Professor of Information Technology, is a people person. He defines himself not by his accomplishments, but by his work with--and impact on--others. "It's always been about my colleagues and my students," he says.
Success Storyof Sadia Basir
The role of business in stabilizing post-conflict regions is integral to creating lasting solutions to global conflict. Kogod students are a part of a bigger global community who are inspiring change through business.
American University School of Communication inducted nine new members into the Kappa Tau Alpha (KTA), which recognizes excellence in journalism and mass communication.