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.
A AU film and electronic media MFA student spent her spring break in Punjab, India filming an environmental documentary that has personal ties.
Mason Libraries’ open hours for finals: please note Fenwick Library extends its open hours starting May 5. Good luck with your exams, papers and projects!
The Eagle Endowment for Community and Public Services took the top prize from The Sillerman's Center's Generous U competition.
The Public Purpose Journal – the peer-reviewed journal of SPA graduate students – unveiled its 2017 edition.
SPA Associate Professor Seth Gershenson was recognized by the editors of the "Journal of Education, Finance and Policy" as the author of the best article published in 2016.
Graduate Leadership Council president shares how the council stepped up support for grad students this year.
The incoming AUSG president also recently won a Newman Civic Fellowship.
Farzeen Fatima Syed had a dream and Summer Sisters Exchange Program helped her make that dream come true…
Story of Summer Sisters Exchange Program Alumna Farzeen Fatima
Kent Wagner, American University MFA film student, won a student fellowship grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and AU School of Communication.
Cassell Hall earns LEED silver certification, becoming the first AU residence hall be LEED-certified.
Seniors Sarah Burkhard and Cassidy Hart have been chosen for the College Chemistry Achievement Award by the Chemical Society of Washington. The award annually recognizes outstanding scientists in the District’s universities.
As President Donald J. Trump hits the hundred-day mark, we asked historians in the College of Arts and Sciences to weigh in on what they believe past presidents actually accomplished (or didn’t accomplish) during this period.
Dania Hassan, a 2016 Summer Sisters Program alumna, attended STEM courses at Johns Hopkins University.
Senior Scovel, Juniors Ivers and Snead have big plans for graduate studies.
Eagles' academic excellence lands American University in company of Harvard, Brown.
SIS Professor Garret Martin breaks down why the UK's prime minister, Theresa May, wants to hold a "snap" election ahead of schedule.
CEP hosted a discussion on the factors and processes that led to the passage of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act in 2016, a reauthorization of the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act signed by President Ford.
American University’s School of Public Affairs and Washington College of Law cohosted the Academic Conference of the 2017 Luxembourg Forum on April 21.