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Left to right: Terry Sutherland, Doug Sutherland, and Devontae Torriente.

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Memorial Award Honors SPA Alumnus, Kevin Sutherland

Devontae Torriente SPA/BA ’18, has been named the inaugural recipient of the Kevin Joseph Sutherland Memorial Scholarship.
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Donald Trump gives his presidential inaugural address on January 20, 2017.

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Serving in the Trump Administration: Exit, Voice and Loyalty

Experienced scholars and practitioners at the Public Management Research Conference discussed how federal employees were adjusting and reacting to serving in the Trump Administration.
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Left to right: Leisha DeHart-Davis, Alisa Fryar, Nathan Favero, Gregory Lewis, and Brian Williams.

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Public Management Scholars Discuss Diversity Research at PMRC

A panel of experts at the Public Management Research Conference discussed the need to rethink research methods, gain access to data, and make findings more widely available to the public.
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Washington, D.C., Capitol Building at Night

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Public Management Research Conference Brings Fresh Perspective to Pressing Issues

American University School of Public Affairs welcomed more than 400 scholars from the U.S. and abroad for the 2017 Public Management Research Conference, June 8-10.
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Sylvia Mathews Burwell

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The Big Picture: AU President Burwell Plans to Listen and Lead

Burwell will draw on her government and nonprofit experience.
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A young South Asian woman works at her laptop.

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SPA Hosts Second Global Health Forum After Ongoing Interest in 2016

Bringing together scholars from various disciplines who share an interest in global health policy creates a synergy that is gaining momentum.
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Guest speaker Diane Rehm and American University President Emeritus Neil Kerwin at Olli's 35th anniversary luncheon.

In the Community ·

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at AU Celebrates 35th Anniversary

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at AU celebrated its 35th anniversary with a luncheon for more than 200 guests, including AU President Emeritus Neil Kerwin and guest speaker Diane Rehm, the former host of NPR’s The Diane Rehm Show.
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AU students present research findings on homelessness.

In the Community ·

Building Bridges: CBR Students Work with DC Homeless

Working with Thrive DC, students conduct extensive surveys of the homeless population.
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Rodger Streitmatter, Anagha Srikanth, and Thomas Grooms with the journalism award trophy.

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The Rodger Streitmatter Journalism Award for Excellence

Thomas Grooms and Rodger Streitmatter establish an award to support students pursuing a career in journalism.
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View of the columns of Hurst Hall across a stone quadrangle in spring.

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CAS Roundup: Top Stories of 2016-17

Top ten stories for AU's College of Arts and Sciences in the 2016-17 academic year.
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