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Research at SPA

American University's School of Public Affairs tackles complex issues with thoughtful research that educates, informs, and promotes change across a broad range of social and political issues. The school's political science and policy experts are nationally and internationally renowned.

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General Election | National Security | Presidential Power | Reproductive Rights | Urbanization, Economic Hardship, and Taxes | Education Policy

Environmental Policy

For insights and commentary on environment, energy, and sustainability.


  1. Daniel Fiorino, Distinguished Executive in Residence

    SPA - Public Admin and Policy

    Daniel J. Fiorino is the Director of the Center for Environmental Policy and Executive in Residence in the School of Public Affairs at American University. As a faculty member in the Department of Public Administration and Policy, he teaches courses … More

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Dispatches from the Campaign Trail

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Students and faculty blog about the elections, including from the campaign trail.

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Contact Information

Natasha Abel
Senior Public Relations Manager
202-885-5943
nabel@american.edu

About AU School of Public Affairs

Established in 1934, American University's School of Public Affairs (SPA) is top-ranked by US News and World Report, offering undergraduate, graduate and executive-level programs to build and enhance careers in public service. The school is located in the heart of Washington, DC with world-renowned faculty and transformational research, driving progress in policy, politics and public administration. SPA is ranked third in the U.S. and first in the DC area for public affairs research impact, and is the only school home to three Gaus Award recipients for a lifetime of exemplary contribution to political science and public administration.