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Kogod’s graduate certificate in Islamic finance offers an alternative way to invest in the future
Ernesto Castañeda’s latest book is Building Walls: Excluding Latin People in the United States.
We asked some AU School of Public Affairs faculty experts what they think will play out during the early Democratic presidential primary debates.
Leaders in field gather for prestigious conference
2018-19 Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award
Professor Jill Olmsted says the most rewarding part of her AU career has been seeing the success of her former students.
The AU SPA Women & Politics Institute and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation and are proud to announce the launch of Gender on the Ballot, a new non-partisan project to examine and contextualize gender dynamics in the 2020 elections.
MBA graduate Emma Garnick wants to use blockchain to change the way we do business
Howard Dvorkin, BSA '86, believes in business as a tool for service. A self-defined serial entrepreneur, he's founded countless companies on this premise - each with the mission to give back.
Aya Elamroussi is one of 13 students who are part of the 2018 POLITICO Journalism Institute which focuses on building diverse newsrooms.
Public relations professional and former professor to begin first terms as board members.
Freshman Economics and Political Science double major Harrison Eichelberger returns to talk about his first year experience.
The class used surveys and focus groups to get a clearer picture of food insecurity.
As the founding Dean of the School of Professional & Extended Studies prepares to leave American University, Dr. Carola Weil reflects on an innovative career in academe and higher ed.
This weekend, people across the country will hit the road for long Memorial Day weekend getaways. What does this mean, economically speaking?
A new book, Why Terrorist Groups Form International Alliances, by SPA Assistant Professor Tricia Bacon, examines why some terrorist groups choose to work together.
Students at American University created the New Boundaries project to report and share women's stories about sexual assault.
With a prestigious fellowship, Weiner will examine why the US maintains a massive nuclear arsenal.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Members of Congress spoke recently at a memorial for SPA alumnus Ed Lorenzen, SPA/BA '92, who died tragically in a house fire.
Using sophisticated genome-sequencing techniques, American University researchers identified a gene in the zebra finch that could pave the way for further research into what makes a bird male or female.