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John Sullivan, a professor at American University School of Communication, will receive the award May 16.
Political Communication student Emma Salter works full time with the Reis Group, a position she found through a professor's tip.
The AU School of Communication's Center for Media & Social Impact received a $20,000 grant from the NEA for the study of present and future trends in the art and business of documentary storytelling.
Lauren Lumpkin, an accomplished graduating senior, is the 2018 undergraduate student speaker at SOC’s commencement.
Award winning filmmaker, Irene Magafan, makes humans think by providing a voice to animals who do not have their own
Julie Kraft shares her journey through SOC's online Strategic Communication MA program.
Kogod alumnus and entrepreneur Vivek Narain combines business with creativity in new ways.
Gorky Cruz and Juliana Martinez recognized for their contributions.
As PhD Program Director Sharon Weiner steps down to pursue a 2018 Carnegie Fellowship, we explore how her leadership helped elevate the program to become a top-20 international relations PhD program.
AU Student Award recipients serve and lead with smarts and heart.
Matt Cipollone will receive his MFA in Film and Electronic Media from on May 12.
Shira Stein says that truth is as key to American University students as the stories they tell.
When LaTanya Sothern, SOC/BA ’92, came to AU in the fall of 1988, she immediately began bringing people together.
Several SOC faculty members will be presenting at the International Communication Association conference on May 24-28 in Prague, Czech Republic.
Snead has been student trustee, KPU director, Truman scholar, and so much more.
College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Lonnie Bunch (BA history ’74 and MA history ’76) and founding director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, will receive an honorary doctorate from Brown University.
American University Launches Pegastystems Certification Training Course for Beginning and Mid-Level IT Professionals and Recent Grads
American University has partnered with software company Pegasystems to offer the first course of its kind in the Washington, DC region.
Following a national search, Professor of Sociology Kim Blankenship has been appointed to the position of Associate Dean for Research in the College of Arts and Sciences, effective June 15, 2018.
Congratulations to our SIS students, faculty, staff, and alumni award winners!
American University achieves carbon neutrality in 2018, two years ahead of schedule, becoming the first university in the US to do so