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Learn about research at AU at the 3rd Annual Research Fair on Wednesday, October 30, 2019!
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Center for Israel Studies (CIS) has received $2 million as part of an extraordinary gift of $7 million to American University from Board of Trustees member Alan Meltzer and his wife, Amy.
This profile on CAS’s newest environmental science professor is part of a series on recently hired faculty.
American University Board of Trustees member Alan L. Meltzer, a graduate of AU, and his wife, Amy, have made a $7 million gift in support of AU’s new Center for Athletics Performance as well as the university’s renowned Center for Israel Studies (CIS).
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Jalen Lesly, who reviews Homogenic, by Björk
Katzen Soundbites is the Music Library's series of lunchtime concerts from 12:35-12:55 in the Katzen Rotunda. Soundbites is a collaboration between the AU Library and the Department of Performing Arts.
The Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center and the SANS Institute are working together to increase cybersecurity awareness and decrease the number of data breaches.
The Women & Politics Institute and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation co-hosted a panel discussion on campus to shed light on what the much-discussed concept of “electability” actually means to voters in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election.
Student Beth Ebisch shares speaking about SOC's Center for Environmental Filmmaking at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
American University’s new Master’s Degree in Data Science is preparing students with the skills to crunch that data with hands-on approaches and cutting-edge methodologies that put them at the top of this competitive field.
Political chaos is growing in the UK as the government tries to manage the country's exit from the European Union. What does the EU do that so angered UK voters that they voted to leave?
Professor Jocelyn Johnston of American University’s School of Public Affairs (SPA) has been selected by the National Academy of Public Administration (the Academy) for inclusion in its 2019 Class of Academy Fellows.
A $3 million gift in support of a new Center for Athletic Performance at American University will enhance the student experience and help student athletes and Patriot League champion teams reach new heights.
First of its Kind Study Examines How Social Class is Tied to Citizen Satisfaction with Schools: What Can Be Learned from Korea
School of Public Affairs Assistant Professor Nathan Favero partnered with two graduate students to examine equity, a key pillar of public administration, and its impact on school evaluation in South Korea.
With reports over the weekend of new sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the debate over whether he should serve on the nation’s highest court has re-emerged as a political issue.
Burwell addressed the 2019 class of scholars in the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program.
The former Secretary of State and former 9/11 Commission executive director spoke in Bender Arena.
American University School of Public Affairs Assistant Professor Nathan Favero has coauthored a paper with Amanda Rutherford of Indiana University that calls into question the merit of funding colleges based on performance.
Book Focused on Environmental Policy and Sustainability Receives International Political Science Prize
AU School of Public Affairs' Distinguished Executive-in-Residence Daniel Fiorino’s book, "A Good Life on a Finite Earth: The Political Economy of Green Growth," has been awarded the Charles Levine Prize of the International Political Science Association.
SIS professor Dylan Craig’s class on piracy approaches a complex problem in an accessible and engaging way for first-year students.