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In the Music Library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who reviews In the Court Of the Crimson King by King Crimson.
SOC alum Sam Sheline recently joined National Geographic on a historic expedition to Mount Everest.
American University and cybersecurity and education management firm HackerUSA are partnering to provide cybersecurity themed Continuing Education programs.
New lighting fixtures will help reduce energy consumption on campus.
A computational neuroscientist and Kogod adjunct scores a career as a data scientist with the NBA.
The Peace Corps Community Archive, a research collection of American University Library’s Archives and Special Collections, was featured in a celebration of the Peace Corps at THE REACH, an expansion of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Ephrem Tesfaye Woldegiorgis is earning his SIS master’s in international development.
We sat down with Dotan Haim for our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty.
Donna Brazile, Minyon Moore, and Yolanda Caraway discuss their book at WPI event.
In the Music Library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Matthew Francisco, who reviews Another Green World by Brian Eno.
SOC students also heard from some of the show's creators.
American University’s Office of Alumni Relations is launching a Student-Alumni Association (SAA) this semester. Ten students will be selected to serve as founding board members and will help shape the SAA.
This fall, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. joins the American University School of Communication as a visiting scholar. He is teaching a section of the Opinion Writing class.
Judah shares his legacy connection to AU.
Forty-five years ago, Michael Beard, SPA/BA '65, founded the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.
Two ROTC students are developing leadership skills and coaching peers at Kogod's Center for Business Communications.
The School of Education is engaged in two new initiatives: A $1 million grant will fund early literacy intervention training for doctoral candidates, and the program has joined the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate.
“I realize now that there’s a way to monetize a passion. You just have to be creative and work hard at it, and the course will chart itself.”
This profile is part of an ongoing series on recently hired faculty.
Top journalists and former leaders of the Republican and Democratic National Committees gave their impressions of the ever-changing political landscape heading into the 2020 presidential election.