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MBA@American students at the European Parliament in Brussels.

Business ·

Brussels Opens New Doors for MBA@American Students

This June 16-18, 2017, MBA@American students traveled to Brussels, Belgium for their first international immersion.
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Student anchors present the news while being filmed

Journalism ·

American University One of Top Ten Places to Study Broadcast Journalism

College Magazine says AU's School of Communication is one of the best places in the nation to learn broadcast journalism.
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AU Students in front of NHH. Credit: Siri Terjesen

Business ·

Exploring Social Entrepreneurship While Climbing Mountains in Norway

For two weeks this summer, the undergraduate course MGMT-396: Non-profit and Social Entrepreneurship was taught like a graduate-level seminar--in Norway.
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Joe Vidulich at Mary Graydon Center

Alumni ·

Greetings from Joe Vidulich, SPA/BA '08

A message from the Alumni Association President
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Political activism among women has swelled in the wake of the 2016 election.

Research ·

The Trump Effect: Despite Increase in Political Activism, Few Women Seek Office

A new study by AU School of Public Affairs Professor Jennifer Lawless, and Loyola Marymount University Professor Richard Fox, found that despite an increase in political activism, women continue to lag behind men in political ambition.
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SPA Executive in Residence, Betsy Fischer Martin interviews authors Amie Parnes and Jonathan Allen about their new book, Shattered.

Government & Politics ·

Authors of Best-Selling Book “Shattered” Visit SPA to Talk About Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Campaign

Journalists Amie Parnes and Jonathan Allen give some compelling explanations in their recent best-selling book, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.
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Teen girls in Zaporizhia, Ukraine participate at a calligraphy workshop, learning to write symbols on a paper with brush and black gouache.

On Campus ·

How Nonprofits Forge Ahead When Faced with Potential Cuts to Foreign Aid

Nonprofits forge ahead when faced with potential cuts to foreign aid.
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Randy Nordby

Business ·

For Kogod Students, 4 Tips for Building Your Business Career

Randy Nordby, Kogod's new Finance & Real Estate program director, offers career building insight from his years of professional success.
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Arnetia Walker had extensive TV, film, and stage experience before coming to AU as a nontraditional student.

Television & Film ·

Stages and Screens: Arnetia Walker’s Fascinating Life

Meet the AU student with a lengthy IMDb page.
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Jeff Chang

On Campus ·

Summer Reading Ties New AU Students Together

Incoming students read We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation
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