Program Director for the Master's of Science in Measurement and Evaluation, Dr. Mindelyn Anderson, presents three key things that distinguish professionals with evaluations skills as those who have the right talent for difficult-to hire-positions.
Michele Alexander is a senior coordinator for public health at Burness. She received her MA in Strategic Communications from AU, and, while at AU, she worked as a graduate fellow with the Center for Media & Social Impact.
As the nation ramps up for the 90th annual Academy Awards this Sunday, March 4, one can't help but wonder if we'll see a similar mishap as last year.
Foreign Policy magazine placed the School of International Service in the top tier of undergraduate, masters, and PhD international relations programs around the world in its latest rankings.
Nick Hendra, KSB ’11, a member of the AU men’s basketball team in 2007-08, still remembers highlights from that season.
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American University alum Dan Merica is a political reporter at CNN who is currently covering the Trump Administration.
American University's BA Journalism Alum Dan Merica is a political reporter at CNN who is currently covering the Trump Administration. He covered Hillary Clinton and other Democrats in the 2016 presidential election.
Rhonda Zaharna, a professor and director of the Global Media program in AU School of Communication, is receiving the 2018 International Communication Division Distinguished Scholar Award.
Middle school students from six schools across DC spent the day at AU, learning about physics through lasers, infrared light, and other scientific concepts.
SPA hosted U.S. Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) and Republican Rep. David Brat (R-VA) on campus for a discussion that highlighted the lawmakers’ philosophical differences and, more importantly, their areas of common ground.
On March 1, Prof. Caleen Sinnette Jennings’s newest production, a modern take on Shakespeare’s Othello, opens in the Katzen Studio Theatre. In Jennings’s remake, the 415-year-old play comes alive through a contemporary lens.
Last fall, four College of Arts and Sciences and Kogod School of Business students were selected for the FedTech program. The students worked alongside business professionals to bring their innovation skills to fruition.
The Southern Political Science Association chose AU School of Public Affairs’ Karen O’Connor as the recipient of its Diane Blair Award. The biannual award honors political scientists who have played outstanding roles in politics and government.
Kogod professor Sonya Grier is a cofounder of RIM.
In cities that are rapidly gentrifying, intentional and unintentional tensions between new and longer-term residents threaten to erode a sense of community built up over generations, according to new research from a professor at American University.
A new study co-authored by Kogod professor Cristel Russell finds that a short PSA can change teen's attitudes about alcohol.
AU alumna Amanda Alexander (PhD, education) has been named interim school chancellor for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS).
Sam Sheline is an environmental filmmaker living in Washington, DC, whose film, Harbinger, will premiere in March.