Second District Records, AU's independent record label, releases their first album.
A new study published by the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) on August 2, 2016, outlines the implications of civic unrest for educational policy and practice.
SPA professor studies vulnerable children and the achievement gap.
Sarah McBride will be first openly transgender individual to address national convention of either political party.
Professor Nakshbendi offers a new course series offering in Islamic Finance at Kogod.
Networking at the playground, working after bedtime: two WCL alumnae are redefining working motherhood
Jane Gomez sees a future free of degenerative retinal disease
When he's not flying through the air with the greatest of ease, trapeze artist Darren Rabinowitz is running away with Street Light Circus: the greatest show in DC.
For Savannah Graybill and other AU Olympic hopefuls, glory is one workout away.
For AU Professor Judith Spector, beer is not just a beverage. It’s a teaching mechanism. "The beer industry is an ideal outlet for learning the complexities of the business world," she says.
Dean's Intern Berna Elibuyuk gives a first person account about her experience at USA Today.
Answer: Pretty much everywhere on campus.
AU history professor discusses Brexit and the new British prime minister.
AU’s presidential search committee finalized the position description and welcomes nominations for president.
New Facebook project produced by Pulitzer Prize winning historian David McCullough.
Thomas Oakley, Kogod/MBA ’98, began the Alumni Audit program in fall 2012 and has participated nearly every semester since.
In a new study published in Cancer Letters, American University researchers show how, as body mass index increases, so does the growth and spread of the blood cancer multiple myeloma.
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