WAMU Reporter Keeps Government Honest: Patrick Madden Uncovers DC Injustice
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As the landmark Smithsonian museum opens, there’s a few AU connections to celebrate.
Public Communication Graduate Liz Payne Links Policy to Real Life
On American University’s Model United Nations team, students develop the know-how to win on the circuit and in the classroom.
MFA student Shayla Racquel explores race, gender and the human connection.
AU Game Design Master's student exploring news, game design and interactivity at The Undefeated.
Sarah AlAbdulmuhsen knew business was always in the cards for her, but the exact direction she wanted to take wasn’t clear. She believed that Kogod’s Full-Time MBA program would lead her in the right direction.
The School of International Service announces a new partnership with the United States Institute of Peace.
Three alumni of the film and electronic media MFA program are finalists for filmmaking awards.
SPA sponsored a forum September 16 with First Lady Michelle Obama and Former First Lady Laura Bush headlining the event.
This year, the university’s Alumni Association celebrates four outstanding alumni for their achievements.
Interested in helping make key decisions about programming and outreach to fellow Eagles? Apply for the Alumni Board!
In advance of Friday’s big conference, AU military students talk about their commitment to serve.
Newest class is most selective in AU history
Media By Metro offers a look at some of the most exciting communications companies in Washington.
Historic “Island of Thought” will continue to serve as platform for academic initiative.
American University graduate journalism students have the opportunity to attend State Department briefings in person.
Blout has extensive experience studying defense, security, Iran and political and global communications.
AU students are trying their hand editorializing the 2016 presidential election.
Last year at this time, archaeology doctoral student Becca Peixotto was making international headlines. She had played a critical role in excavating the fossils of a new human relative named Homo naledi.
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