On June 21, School of International Service Dean James Goldgeier announced he will step down as Dean effective August 8.
Dream of starting your own business one day? Kaben Calusen, BSBA '13, made his vision a reality with Aop.
Anisha Singh, MBA alumna, speaks on the importance of strong women and her passion for entrepreneurship.
WSP alumnus Kristen Hecht used a Foreign Policy concentration as a means to dig deeper into her interests.
Lit Lecturer Picks Five Books That Influenced Her Novel.
Lit lecturer’s novel, FLOOD, looks at friendships and small-town America.
Devontae Torriente SPA/BA ’18, has been named the inaugural recipient of the Kevin Joseph Sutherland Memorial Scholarship.
As part of the effort to foster a culture of inquiry and collaboration that drives effective Federal workforce policy, for the second year in a row, SPA co-hosted the OPM Research Summit.
As the number of displaced persons worldwide reaches an all-time high, Professor Tazreena Sajjad explains the challenges of researching and teaching about migration and refugees.
Dean's Intern Sarah Liebman has been having a blast at her internship at Discovery Communications, read more about the highlights of her time there!
MS Taxation student Brent Sabot shares how Kogod's MST taught him how to think outside the box.
The 2017 recipients of the AU Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium International Reporting Student Fellowship have been announced.
The AU community is full of cutting-edge advice from professional development leaders. Here's what they have to say about your job search.
Experienced scholars and practitioners at the Public Management Research Conference discussed how federal employees were adjusting and reacting to serving in the Trump Administration.
Burwell will draw on her government and nonprofit experience.
A panel of experts at the Public Management Research Conference discussed the need to rethink research methods, gain access to data, and make findings more widely available to the public.
Kogod School of Business index provides accurate evaluation of vehicles’ true country of origin.
AU Museum summer shows feature paintings by Val Lewton and Frederic Kellogg; photographs of Cuba and North Korea; and performance, installation, and fugitive public art.
Scientists, including American University’s Kiho Kim, are using new technologies that make it possible to see inside coral, to examine the skeleton cores for devastation caused by humans.
American University School of Public Affairs welcomed more than 400 scholars from the U.S. and abroad for the 2017 Public Management Research Conference, June 8-10.