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Rachel Louise Snyder on an unrecognized consequence of brain injury.
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Cohn, SIS/PhD ’95, of the School of International Service (SIS) received the Milton and Sonia Greenberg Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award this past December.
Celebrating its 23rd year at American University in Washington, D.C., Lavender Languages is North America’s longest-running academic conference on language use in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer life.
The Scholars program recognizes and salutes graduate students who show outstanding leadership qualities as reflected in their thesis films. Each Scholar receives a $2,000 stipend.
Move results from expanded doctoral program offerings, increased externally-funded research.
American University students have completed impressive multimedia packages developed through original investigative work in Mexico and Thailand.
For SOC professor, games are about more than just fun.
Associate Professor Matthew Taylor has joined the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), an independent, nonpartisan membership organization and think tank, as an adjunct senior fellow for Latin America Studies in the David Rockefeller Studies Program.
Student readings about race, violence and loss in the black, Native American, Latino, Asian American and white communities.
Watch AU men’s basketball team take on Bucknell University, and learn about sustainable lifestyles.
This article in this profile series offers a ‘behind the scenes’ peek at Adam Robinson, a Resource Description Specialist and collector of degrees.
William K. Reilly Award winner Mindy Lubber spoke at the Investor Summit on Climate Risk.
SPA’s Jocelyn Johnston Serving on PMRA Board of Directors and Committee Developing JPART Companion Journal
Johnston is now part of the committee preparing for the launch of PMRA’s second publication, after the highly regarded Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART).
CAS Department of Health Studies invites students to participate.
The Case Competition takes place this year on Saturday, February 6. Students must leverage many of the hard skills they’ve learned at Kogod, such as international business, accounting, management, and marketing.
Ambassador Daniel Fried, Coordinator for Sanctions Policy at the U.S. Department of State, visited SIS in January to discuss sanctions policy with Dean James Goldgeier, an event covered by C-SPAN.
Two MFA students will be featured in the College Arts Associations show
Richard Fields' film has been selected at the San Diego Black Film Festival
Sophomore Cuneyt Dil received the honor for his article on Aramark employees at American University.
Shannon Lawrence and Nick Zachar will assist Sony at the NAB Show in April