Central American migration doesn't always make it up to the United States; Frank-Vitale, SIS/MA '11, learns about migrant workers in Mexico.
Marine biology student Alyssa Frederick researches how nitrogen pollution of Mexican corals can be traced to sewage.
Monica Jeffries Hazangeles leads Strathmore to a culture of entrepreneurship as a way of keeping it fresh and innovative.
Susan Liebenow, praised by Washington SmartCEO as a business leader, runs L&T Health and Fitness in Washington, D.C.
Novelist Ann McLaughlin, CAS/PhD ’78, presents her most recent book at the Alumni Author Series. Read the novel, and then meet Ann and other literature-lovers at the event during All-American Weekend on October 23 at Bender Library’s Mudbox Café.
Kenton Kerns, CAS/BS ’07, started his zookeeper career as a volunteer while an AU student. Today, he’s one of eight full-time zookeepers at the Smithsonian National Zoo’s small mammal house.