Kogod professor Jason Howell discusses how college students and young adults who are new to the workforce should manage their money and save during a crisis.
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Teacher Appreciation Week 2020 kicked off on May 4, and while the annual celebration is decades old, this year is a bit different. Many people across the U.S. have come to value teachers in a new way because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Q&A with SIS professor Agustina Giraudy about the response of Brazil and its president, Jair Bolsonaro, to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
American University’s Department of Physics held its annual End-Of-Year “Physics Phestival” online this year.
SOC Inclusive Excellence Awards Celebrate Staff and Faculty Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
Each year, SOC recognizes one faculty and one staff member for their efforts to promote diversity, inclusion and equity.
Freshman Skye Witley reflects on the education and career of his mom, Vonda Witley, SIS/BA ’87, and what being a part of AU means to them both.
Years of hard work, thoughtful scholarship and committed service have earned these students the respect of the campus community. Now they’ll receive the top university-wide awards for graduating Eagles, the University Student Achievement Awards.
Scientist Cheldina Jean’s academic achievement, leadership, and passion for service led to the 2020 President’s Award, the highest distinction for an AU undergraduate.
As entrepreneurs at the helm of the mission-based Soapbox—which donates one bar of soap for every bar sold—Dave Simnick, SPA BA ’09 and Dan Doll, Kogod BSBA ’10 have been able to help countless more people during COVID-19.
Jacob Tracey was named Undergraduate Student Employee of the Year for Washington, D.C. by the National Student Employment Association. Jacob is a Student Assistant at the AU Music Library.
Congratulations to our SIS student and alumni awardees of 2020!
In just six weeks, Dr. Trina Ulrich has collected and delivered more than 200,000 pieces of desperately needed (PPE) to doctors and nurses across the nation.
To help soon-to-be graduates land a job in this time of uncertainty, we spoke with three SIS alumni who searched for jobs during and right after the Great Recession of 2008-09.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who reviews Mockroot, by the Tigran Hamasyan Trio.
If I’ve understood anything from all of this, it’s to appreciate life more.
When Hriyanka Nikhil Shah flew home to Mumbai for spring break and saw the suffering of the city’s poorest residents under the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, she used her data science background to help.
Senior Kimberly Cataudella wins top journalism prize and joins 12 other SOC students in national honor society.
Looking for a way to break up your study sessions during finals? Or maybe a way to pass the time while we social distance? Well the AU Library has thousands of feature films streaming on demand, and all you need is your AU ID and password!
As Celebrate Diversity Month comes to a close, the School of Public Affairs offers a glimpse of what efforts go into building diverse and inclusive digital community.
Kogod professor and managing director of the Kogod Tax Policy Center, Caroline Bruckner, breaks down the stimulus checks that many will receive, as well as the small business loans that are meant to support the economy.
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