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Interested in helping make key decisions about programming and outreach to fellow Eagles? Apply for the Alumni Board!
The Writer as Witness book selection, The Sixth Extinction, confronts climate change.
AU reaches a historic number of research funding in FY 2019.
Kogod professor Frank DuBois’s seventh annual Made in America Auto Index gives insight into how globalization is affecting America’s auto industry—and its workers.
From global internships to research and fieldwork abroad, many SIS students and faculty take part in incredible experiences during the summer.
For Kogod alum Don Leka, geography is no barrier to connecting entrepreneurs with the mentors they need.
The latest participants in the decades-old Explore DC program learn about their new home city by volunteering at dozens of sites across the DMV area.
Team members found opportunities throughout the season to engage staff and students about their on-campus energy-savings efforts.
The Kogod Center for Business Communications teaches you how to make yourself memorable—in a good way.
Diane Lowenthal and Jeffrey Sosland win Outstanding Experiential Education Research award.
Welcome Back American University! Prepare for a successful school year with these helpful tips from the Library!
In a laughter-filled but thought provoking all day event last month, The School of Communication Center for Media and Social Impact inaugurated its Yes, and… Laughter Lab initiative in New York City
Kogod School of Business advisors share their advice for starting you semester off on the right foot.
Early fall shows at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center are open as of Sept. 3.
Destination Unknown, a graphic novel created by Adam Yang, a US Marine and SIS PhD student, was published by Marine Corp University Press in June.
Lee Mariño Clyne logged 800 hours of work to earn a Congressional Gold Medal Award: 400 volunteer hours, 200 personal development hours, 200 physical fitness hours, and five days and four nights of travel and expeditions.
This year is already full of big news. We have a new five-year strategic plan, and we are working hard on our commitment to grow and sustain a community of inclusive excellence.
Part memoir-part manifesto, How to Be an Antiracist is a timely roadmap for activists and citizens alike.
AU graduates are changemakers in their communities and leaders in every field. This year, the university’s Alumni Association celebrates seven distinguished alumni for their outstanding achievements.