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In the Media
Candice Nelson, director of the Campaign Management Institute, spoke to the Boston Herald on September 3 for an article examining corporate contributions given to Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Jan Leighley, professor of government, appeared on BBC Radio on September 3 as part of a panel to discuss how the U.S. political system operates. Leighley discussed a range of issue from front-runner candidates for president to Super Tuesday and campaign finance.
William LeoGrande, professor of government, spoke with the International Business Times on September 1 about the new push by Cuban dissidents for human rights and democracy.
David Lublin, professor of government, spoke with the Birmingham News on August 28 about Donald Trump's popularity among Southern voters, particularly those sharing by the presidential candidate's tone on immigration.
Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke to MSNBC on August 26 about how Donald Trump is able to maintain the support of Republican women despite his controversial remarks.
American University will have a strong presence at the Nationals game on August 28.
Two School of Public Affairs scholars played prominent roles at the recent Academy of Management convention in Canada.
AU has the most politically active students
—Princeton Review Best Colleges
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