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After interning at the Democratic National Committee, Ariana Hooks scored a full-time job with that same office. Here's how she did it.
Join fans on Monday night to celebrate basketball and sustainability
You may have heard about Chris Nardelli’s restaurant in the news a few years back.
Cybersecurity expert Rebekah Lewis comments on Uber’s latest data breach scandal.
Professor Stefanie Onder, a development economist who studies the trade-offs between economic development and sustainability, joined SIS this past fall.
In his new book, Daniel Fiorino, distinguished executive in residence at the American University School of Public Affairs, argues that policymakers need to protect the environment if they want the economy to grow in the long-term.
American University professor Bill Gentile has released "Fire and Ice on the Mountain," a short documentary film exploring the intersection of climate change and religion in Peru.
A new paper written by SPA Assistant Professor Tricia Bacon and coauthor Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault, an assistant professor at Georgetown University look at the way leadership styles have driven a wedge between Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.
Emmett Patterson and Lex Loro continued their innovative work post-graduation.
Alum helps start-ups launch food businesses in D.C. at TasteLab Marketplace in Union Market.
Every year, as summer draws to a close, the AU Black Alumni Alliance chooses its Book Award recipient.
The U.S. government contracts out an array of services to the private sector, spending nearly $500 billion a year. Just how and why citizens get involved in these programs is the focus of SPA Associate Professor Anna Amirkhanyan’s new book.
Meet the university’s next alumni leaders.
New research co-authored by a Kogod School of Business professor finds job seekers who discuss their search with friends and family are more active job seekers than those who don't.
On February 12th, 2018, American University’s School of Professional & Extended Studies will begin the fourth cohort of Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance (LCOP), an International Coach Federation (ICF) Accredited Coach Training Program.
We sat down with Charley to discuss their position as AU’s Alumni Career Programs Coordinator.
Professor Emeritus Abdul Aziz Said shares how he championed an active approach to peace and came to serve as an SIS faculty member for nearly 60 years.
Journalism student Ambar Pardilla talked to families in the DC area who have built a life on TPS.
Bethany Hall, a talented comedy writer and performer, will work on the Center for Media & Social Impact’s “The Laughter Effect” initiative
Lewis accepted a major grant for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, a group he founded in 1997.