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The School of International Service (SIS) has introduced a new cybersecurity concentration available to SIS master’s students.
Kogod’s Financial Management Association (FMA) hosted a Student Alumni Panel of current Kogod seniors and their career paths with major corporations like J.P. Morgan, EY, and CitiBank.
Maddi Pariser's Instagram post from her internship at NBC4 earned her lunch with alumna Sonya Gavankar McKay.
Creating an inclusive environment for first generation college students at AU
In these confidential groups, students share perspectives on race, religion, and more.
AU junior runs a successful GoFundMe campaign to help homeless women.
David H. Rosenbloom, SPA Distinguished Professor and internationally acclaimed expert on public administration, will be serving as a visiting professor at Renmin University of China (RUC) in Beijing as part of China’s Thousand Talents program.
With help from the Kogod Marketing Association, Kogod now has its own Snapchat geofilter, which students use to tag events, classes, and friends.
John Mather spoke about his career and the role of good science in politics.
The Center for Environmental Policy at American University's School of Public Affairs is delighted to announce Mindy Lubber and Bob Perciasepe as the winners of the 2016 William K. Reilly Awards for Environmental Leadership.
Energy & Engineering dives deeper to develop energy conservation strategies.
CAS professor explains how to predict presidential elections.
To express their gratitude, students write over 160 thank you letters to AU donors at the annual thanksGIVING event.
Yvonne Coates discusses the roles of the university supervisor in teacher education.
Current teacher education student, Daniela Silver, describes her practicum experience in a DC School.
Principal Liz Whisnant of Mann Elementary School shares her experiences with AU student teachers.
More emphasis on issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity part of proposed changes.
American University’s Accounting Club once again hosts the Sue Marcum Scholarship luncheon, an afternoon dedicated to bringing members of the community together while serving a larger purpose of helping future students.
Professor Paul Wapner is attending the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris to conduct research on the negotiations.
American University and Participant Media launch hub for entertainment and social change.