American University News
American University News RSS feeds
Updated: 1 hour 15 min ago
In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from guest blogger Hannah Ruth Wellons, who reviews Company by Stephen Sondheim.
With all that’s going on around us from a pandemic to racial injustice, spirits are low and emotions are understandably high. I encourage you to stay hopeful.
New Report Shows Dramatic Impacts of COVID-19 on Latino-Owned Businesses in the Washington, D.C. Area
New survey shows thirty percent of Latino business owners in D.C. metro area were forced to close or suspend operations due to COVID-19
Five student leaders, committed to multidimensional excellence and interested in pursuing social justice careers, have been named Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars.
This article explores the controversial topic of using a hack-back, or counterhacking techniques to prevent cyber attacks.
AU Public Health Scholars Director Melissa Hawkins designed this summer’s Emerging Issues in Public Health Seminar class to focus solely on the pandemic—even as events were unfolding in real time.
This summer, American University has launched a new Department of Neuroscience under the leadership of Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience Terry Davidson.
American University supports D.C. statehood.
Despite the most difficult market environment that many investors have ever seen, Kogod's Student Managed Investment Fund successfully beat the stock market by over 600 basis points.
Summer exhibits and virtual events can be experienced online now.
The 2020 capstone projects from AU's MA in Game Design, such as the video game Hollow, were as diverse and imaginative as the students who created them.
School of Communication alumnus Almar Latour, recently named CEO of Dow Jones and Publisher of the Wall Street Journal, shares his thoughts on quality journalism, guiding principles of his career, and memories from SOC.
SPA students Nancy Erickson, Matthew Hufford, and Isabel Taylor have won this year’s Best MPA Capstone Poster Award with a research project entitled "Maternal Health Outcomes in D.C."
Mathematics and Statistics Professor Monica Jackson has been named AU Interim Deputy Provost and Dean of Faculty. She has served as CAS Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and is the College’s very first Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer.
Faculty scholars from American University’s College of Arts and Sciences share their research and expertise on the pressing issues of the day in a new series of short videos.
SOC Professor Caty Borum Chattoo and co-author Lauren Feldman launch their book "A Comedian and an Activist Walk into A Bar: The Serious Role of Comedy in Social Justice," with foreword by legendary TV producer Norman Lear.
In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from guest blogger Samuel Horsch, who reviews Most Sacred Body.
Professor Jeremiah Patterson is the new director of the MA in Journalism and Digital Storytelling, the School of Communication's unique weekend master’s program for working professionals.
Why has the housing market weathered the economic downturn so well?
On June 17, the Sine Institute at the AU School of Public Affairs hosted an online panel of experts to discuss that iconic speech and the power of speechwriting.