SPA's MPP program has given Kilraine the broad range of skills she needed to complement her real-world experience.
Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76, founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is spearheading everything -- from raising $500 million to selecting an architect to creating a collection virtually from scratch.
Though it may seem SIS has been getting most of the press of its new building’s sustainable design, Abramson expects the McKinley Building, to be renovated as SOC’s new home, will garner just as much excitement.
Chip Griffin, SPA/BA ’94, cofounder and CEO of Custom Scoop online news clipping service, made a $100,000 gift to create an endowed scholarship supporting SPA students from New England states.
Erin M. Fuller, SPA/BA '93, SPA/MPA '94, president at The Coulter Companies and on the AU Alumni Board, came to AU to study music, but changed her major to political science after her first government class and a tour of the Hill.
Lynn Addington, one of the nation’s foremost experts in crime measurement. Her expertise applies to the nature of violent crime, its impact on victims, the fear of victimization, and the timely topic of school violence.