The 139th commencement cerebration is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 9.
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Henry Louis Gates Jr., renowned professor at Harvard University, will address AU's Class of 2020 and their families during the university’s 139th commencement.
Environmental experts spoke at an online webinar on April 15, 2020 sponsored by the AU School of Public Affairs Center for Environmental Policy.
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Former Board of Trustees member Gary Cohn, Kogod/BSBA ’82, established an enduring legacy at AU through service and philanthropy, including two endowments that strengthen the Kogod School of Business.
As Ramsepaul works with DC’s homeless and other at-risk people on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the AU community are bringing resources and expertise to make sure others are fed and supported through these challenging times.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Cameron Betchey, who reviews Madama Butterfly, available through the Metropolitan Opera On Demand streaming service.
SOC student Ana Lezama and friends started the humanitarian movement Operación Frijol in Honduras to fight hunger during the Covid-19 crisis.
As the country tackles its response to the coronavirus, AU is also preparing to address future requirements in healthcare and how to support visionaries in the field.
A Q&A with SIS Professor Tamar Gutner on the role of the IMF in global recovery from the economic recession resulting from the novel coronavirus
On April 14th the SPA Women & Politics Institute sponsored a virtual book talk on women in congress.
Mitchell Lenneville, SPA/BA’20, has been named a 2020 Truman Scholar, in a national competition that recognizes outstanding leadership, public service, and academic achievement.
American University School of Public Affairs Student Mitchell Lenneville Selected as a Truman Scholar
School of Public Affairs Student is selected as a 2020 Truman Scholar
This article provides an overview of nanotechnology, its applications, and its implications for national security. It then outlines general policy recommendations to mitigate the threats posed by nanotechnology.
SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad discusses how refugees around the world are especially vulnerable to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
American University School of Public Affairs Student Mitchell Lenneville Selected as a Truman Scholar.
An Oregon native who is a student at American University’s School of Public Affairs has been chosen as a 2020 Truman Scholar, an honor bestowed on young men and women from across the U.S. each year.
During Covid-19 social distancing, School of Communications scholars continue working and collaborating with colleagues at other institutions and around the world.
Kogod professor Ron Hill explains how a rise in consumer vulnerability may permanently change the way we live.
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