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The Neel Foundation scholarship seeks to support documentary film students while they create works for film festivals. Here is what some of this year's recipients have been up to.
We spoke with two of Kogod’s marketing professors to clear up some of the deceptive marketing tactics that are used to sway shoppers on Black Friday.
For our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty, we recently sat down with Jesse Ribot.
The AU community gathered for a day of dialogue to reflect on the relationship between art and social and restorative justice. It was the university’s first colloquium on Creativity and Innovation for Social Healing & Restorative Justice.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Elisabeth McCarren, who reviews Channel Orange, by Frank Ocean.
American University and Dignity Health Global Education Introduce Innovative Certificates in Healthcare Project Management and Administration
American University will partner with Dignity Health Global Education for certificate programs in Healthcare Project Management and Administration.
If you want to become a leader in today’s growing field of information security and cybersecurity, look no further than American University’s master’s degree in Mathematics of Information and Security.
SIS has announced the launch of Global CRS: Europe, a regional immersive experience for master's students interested in European affairs.
SPA Professor of Government Gregg Ivers documents the professional rise of Julian Bond in the Julian Bond Oral History Project.
Genome of the Devil Worm has been sequenced.
Amelia Tyson is a documentarian who aims to infuse the heart and a message of stewardship in the films she creates. Tyson focuses on environmental stories, hoping to both educate viewers to genuinely care for the earth.
American University President Sylvia M. Burwell announced today that former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter will deliver the university’s keynote address for its 138th commencement ceremony.
Provost Emeritus Scott Bass and Professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss will lead a new research-based center.
New research by SPA Assistant Professor Claudia Persico finds prenatal exposure to hazardous waste contamination during pregnancy can significantly hurt a child’s development and performance in school.
American University received a $2 million gift to create the Karin A. Akerson Memorial Scholarship Fund. After Akerson passed away in 2018, her husband honored her memory by advancing their plan to endow the transformational scholarship fund.
From Class Assignment to Passion Project: MFA Student Eman Alghamdi on the Process of Creating “A Piece of Paper”
What if your family was separated by a simple piece of paper? MFA film student Eman Alghamdi tells the story of Remi, a Syrian refugee who hasn’t seen his family in three years. The film, “A Piece of Paper,” screened Nov. 10 at Suns Cinema.
The Next Olivia Pope? PR Student Rikki Kyle Changing Representation in the Industry One Step at a Time
Public Relations and Strategic Communication student Rikki Kyle was the recipient of the organization’s Ofield Dukes Multicultural Student Award at the 2019 Public Relations Student Society of American conference.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Jalen Lesly, who reviews Fragile, by Yes.
Amber McGill, founding president of the Graduate Black Student Union, is creating a social support network for graduate students across AU.
Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, gave a recent lecture about the unfolding Brexit drama since the United Kingdom voted “Leave” in 2016.