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American University's Professor Alexander Zestos is conducting groundbreaking brain research and bringing it from the lab to the marketplace.
Learn about Dr. King’s life and legacy with these titles in our collection.
Winter shows at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center will open Jan. 25.
Funding supports projects including the national Story Movements convening, the Yes, And Laughter Lab co-created with Moore + Associates in partnership with Comedy Central, and Comedy ThinkTanks.
Meet the university’s next alumni leaders.
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Kogod alum Jeremy Jensen believes flow states are the key to a productive, motivating, and happy career."
We spoke with the Transatlantic Policy Center's co-directors, Professors Michelle Egan and Garret Martin, about the new EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence housed at SIS.
US officials have consistently lied over decades about progress in the Afghanistan war. The lies are no surprise, writes Professor Emeritus Gordon Adams–but they have profound consequences.
Austin Ramsey enrolled in the Journalism and Public Affairs graduate program partly to build the credentials needed to be a reporter who's called on to cover historic moments of national importance, like impeachment.
Not being able to head home for the holidays may seem like a lonely experience, but community dinners offer our AU community the opportunity to fellowship with others.
AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) Professor David Barker, however, finds that fact-checking can make a difference to certain voters––specifically those who are comparing candidates within a given party, over time.
Brian McGowan, who has a dual appointment in the School of Education and the Center for Teaching, Research & Learning, researches the experiences of black men on college campuses.
American University’s New District Scholars Program to Provide Full Tuition Scholarships to 10 DCPS Students
New District Scholars Program at American University will provide full tuition scholarships to 10 DCPS Students.
Kayla Tolbert has worked full-time through grad school and she’s now studying immersive Arabic in Jordan.
A look back at a year filled with awards, honors, and accomplishments
Sarah McCue, Kogod adjunct lecturer and COO of Nyaka, discusses how this global NGO is creating opportunity for thousands of families.
Just as the federal government is considering cuts to food programs that help the poor, a new study shows the positive effects that financial support for nutrition can have on children’s access to health care.
Abid Shamdeen (SIS/MIS ’19) advocates for Yazidis, a marginalized religious group that has been discriminated against throughout history.
Each winter break for the past seven years, AU Facilities Management ensures lights are turned off, non-essential cords are unplugged, and thermostats are turned down, all in a process to save energy while students and staff are away.