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A recent working paper co-written by SPA assistant Professor Bradley Hardy finds that Washington D.C.’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) raises the likelihood for low-income workers to escape poverty.
Felicia Marcus, chair of the California Water Resources Control Board, will speak at the annual event held by SPA's Center for Environmental Policy.
Refer your friends to WSP and win prizes!
Chris Abbott, CAS/BA ’19, participated in Kogod’s Capital Connection welcome week program. As an aspiring entrepreneur, Abbott realizes just how important connections can be.
Courtney Surls is the new vice president for development and alumni relations.
A message from Alumni Association President Andrea Agathoklis Murino, SPA/BA '98
Interested in helping make key decisions about programming and outreach to fellow Eagles? Apply for the Alum-ni Board!
Alumnus Justin Bridges, BSBA ’08, spoke at the annual Kogod Kickoff. His inspirational story let students know it’s ok to take risks and find happiness.
Early fall exhibits at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center are open Sept. 12 and close Oct. 18.
Theatre, music, and dance performances celebrate 10 years of arts at AU.
SOC students, Brianna Williams and Merdie Nzanga were awarded the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Student Projects fellowship
The SOC class of 2019 take on exploring media companies in DC by way of metro during Welcome Week 2015
The KCCD kicks off its annual Accounting and Finance week today, September 10. Attend panels and network with The Big 4.
Becca Peixotto is part of the expedition team that found fossils of “Homo naledi.”
Bridging the Gap, which has been housed at the School of International Service since 2011, prepares academics to pursue theoretically grounded policy-relevant research while engaging policymakers.
The AU Game Lab, in collaboration with the National Institute of Mental Health, has launched an exciting new neurogaming initiative that could provide innovative treatments for children with severe anxiety and solders with PTSD.
WSP Alum credits program for professional success
Message from the Dean: A New Year Begins at SIS
Washington Semester Alum Abby Raphael reflects on her time in the program and attributes her professional success to her time in DC over 30 years ago.