David Pitts's new research shows how LGBT employment in government agencies can affect delivery of services.
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth Merten, SPA/MPA '86, defends international relief efforts and compliments the Haitian people for their grace and dignity after the January 12 earthquake that left 230,000 dead and another million people homeless.
New Alumni Board member Ed Faberman, SPA/BA ’67 has been navigating the world of aviation for the past 40 years, but his volunteer leadership work with AU keeps him grounded.
Although she only had three days to prepare her internship application, Dshawna Bernard’s time with the Congressional Black Caucus allowed her to gain an inside glimpse into the world of public policy and so much more.
Aaron Vigil-Martinez remembers when he decided to pursue a graduate degree in business over continuing his career in law.
Through personal experience and an internship with the American Diabetes Association, Kelsey Stefanik-Sidener, SPA/SOC ’11, found her passion in health care policy.