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PRSSA held their first End-of-Year awards ceremony at the SIS Founders room on April 22.
Mawal Sidi spent her last Saturday evening as an AU SOC student rubbing elbows and exchanging business cards at the 2018 WHCA Dinner.
One Kogod alum’s journey of turning inspiration and leadership into business success.
Get to know the Hub for Organizing, Multiculturalism, and Equity (HOME) and the Bridge Cafe.
American University's game design master's program is on a roll.
Statement on Statement on Civil Lawsuit Filed by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law
American University is aware of the civil lawsuit filed by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law on behalf of Taylor Dumpson.
Kogod’s John Simson offers insight to the new legislation revolutionizing the music industry.
Dorian Russell is finishing her master’s in environmental science.
The School of Professional & Extended Studies Launches Inaugural Immersion Experience for Online Graduate Students
Online education is on the rise. At American University, we’re ahead of the curve by offering a diverse portfolio of course offerings and creating physical spaces for students to convene face to face when it really matters.
Public Relations Portfolio is an undergraduate capstone course. Students work with real-world clients and create campaigns and deliverables that make a difference.
AU's School of Communication has partnered with MWWPR to create a new fellowship program aimed at increasing diversity among PR professionals.
As one Washington Post article describes, taking a Gap Year is “an investment in the whole person.” Learn how AU Gap is upholding this important standard for all of its pre-college students.
A paper published by Assistant Professor Elizabeth Suhay was recently awarded “2018 Best Paper Prize” by the American Political Science Association.
SPA hosted the first Key Executive Women's Leadership Forum on April 11, bringing together more than 100 women in academia, business, and government.
A degree in economics opens doors to careers in business, policy, law, technology, and a myriad of other fields. Here are five things you should know about the field and how American University’s graduate economics program can help you get there.
As commencement approaches, student Alyssa Rotunno looks back at her time in SOC.
American U. Professor Among Winners of Prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellowship
Diplomats, politicians, academics, and students recently gathered at SPA for a series of panel discussions on the 20th anniversary of the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement.
5th annual LGBTQ in the workplace event invites alumni to share experiences, offer advice