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The Center for Environmental Filmmaking says film has a starring role in the fight to stop global warming.
The late Julian Bond taught a course at AU's School of International Service about the Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement, and each student was to collect an oral history of someone who was active in the civil rights movement.
Sasha Cohen O'Connell, Former Senior Executive Service FBI Official, to Join the AU School of Public Affairs
Sasha Cohen O’Connell (SPA/MPA'98/PhD'12) will join SPA in August 2019 as an executive-in-residence and director of the master's program in Terrorism and Homeland Security Policy
Learn what your fellow Eagles are doing now to continue their education and submit your own story.
American University's School of Public Affairs (SPA) released its 2019-2020 list of new picks for its Bookends Book Club, a reading club for graduate students led by SPA Dean Vicky Wilkins.
First-Ever Faculty Award for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
As of July 1, American University’s School of Education became a stand-alone school within the university.
Maria Carrasco shares her amazing experience covering D.C. crime, activities and curiosities at NBC4 Washington.
Through his venture, Celise, Kogod student Cameron Ross is building a more sustainable future
“In skeleton, you’re the one driving. Your results are determined by your own actions. I’d always competed in team sports before, so this was a new and intriguing challenge.”
Globally distinguished scholar of Internet governance and cybersecurity to lead AU SOC.
Marita Golden, CAS/BA ’72, shares how AU impacted her professional literary journey.
Trump has expanded and escalated the most punitive policies he inherited from his predecessors.
Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, senior writers for Politico and co-authors of the Politico Playbook newsletter, recently discussed their book, "The Hill to Die On: The Battle for Congress and The Future of Trump's America," during an event held at SPA.
Space Grant Consortium funds research opportunities for faculty and students
From student to entrepreneur, Don Leka transforms industry through award-winning cloud-computing technologies.
American University School of Communication recently announced a faculty residency program with the Beekeeper Group, a communications and advocacy firm in Washington, D.C.
At National Geographic, Murugi Thande worked on an Oscar-winning film.
'Above the Shadows,' a magical realist fairytale, stars Olivia Thirlby, Alan Ritchson, Megan Fox, and Jim Gaffigan.
The Center for Postsecondary Readiness and Success Director Laura Owen has been named an editor of The Journal of College Access.