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Rice discussed early career challenges, effective leadership, and how political divisions weaken national security.
Chair Marc Duber, Kogod/BSBA ’ 81, and Vice Chair Gina Adams, SPA/BA ’80, discuss their work for the AU Board of Trustees.
The School of Communication, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Art are excited to announce the brand new B.A in Photography degree program.￼￼
As you prepare for midterms, check out these fast Library study tips! Learn how to reserve a study room, find research assistance, and meet with a subject specialist.
Dr. Sara Nieves-Grafals, CAS/BS ’75, CAS/MA ’79, CAS/PhD ’80, received the 2019 Alumni Eagle Award on October 4, 2019.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Jacob Tracey, who reviews All Ashore by the Punch Brothers.
American University’s Public Health Program has received five-year accreditation by the highly respected Council on Education for Public Health.
Students in Kogod’s online MBA program headed to Nairobi, Kenya to experience the life of a high-stakes investor.
On September 18th, American University’s Asian Studies program and the Department of Philosophy and Religion co-hosted a question and answer session with Venerable Pomnyun Sunim.
SIS student Kevin Norton serves as director of the Kennedy Political Union, hoping to engage more students in dialogue on foreign policy and American leadership abroad.
Last Monday evening, Professor Ibram X. Kendi, one of the most influential historians and antiracist thinkers of our time, had a conversation about racism with a seemingly unlikely moderator—former white supremacist Derek Black.
This profile is part of an ongoing series on recently hired faculty.
The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History at American University opens a season dedicated to the 75th anniversary of World War II's end with a classic story of an orphan during the great conflict.
A team of American University School of Public Affairs researchers recently looked at how the quality of care in nursing homes was affected by a new federal regulation requiring applicants for nursing home jobs to undergo a criminal background check.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from Music Library Coordinator Amanda Steadman, who reviews Nebraska, by Bruce Springsteen
Lara Prescott, SPA/BA ’04, blends her love of politics with her love of writing fiction in her new book, The Secrets We Kept, which will soon be adapted for film.
American University's SPExS has partnered with Booz Allen Hamilton to offer a certificate in Measurement & Evaluation.
Facebook’s recent announcement of Libra made waves in the crypto community. For people who remain without access to even the most basic retail banking services in emerging markets, Libra could provide a universally accepted medium of payment.
Hispanic Heritage Month first began as a week-long celebration in 1968. Several Latin American countries also celebrate their independence during this time. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, check out these titles from our collection!
During the Obama administration, Ambassador Susan E. Rice served as the US ambassador to the UN and the president’s national security advisor. We spoke with Rice to learn more about her values and her experiences in foreign policy.