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Alisyn Camerota Combat Love American University

Communications ·

CNN Anchor Alisyn Camerota to Share New Book at AU

"Combat Love" is a personal reflection on adolescence and the evolution of Camerota’s relationship with her mother.
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Kogod Infuses AI Throughout Curriculum

Announcement ·

Kogod School of Business Infuses Artificial Intelligence Throughout Curriculum

Kogod’s Proactive AI Education Framework Prepares Students for a Competitive and Changing Job Market
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From left: SOC professor Sherri Williams and her students are producing work that will have the potential to be published in the Nation later this year. Photo by Shaun Schroth.

Communications ·

Speaking to the Nation

SOC professor Sherri Williams’ class partnership with the magazine is a win for both experiential learning and journalism.
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Rima Sifri. Graphic by Jaylene Arnold.

On Campus ·

Eagle Tales: Protect and Smile

AU boasts more than 3,000 dedicated staff members. Meet one here: Rima Sifri, assistant director of administration and community training coordinator, American University Police Department (AUPD).
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"Change Can't Wait" displayed in the Morgan Library in New York City

Alumni ·

Last Stop on the Change Can’t Wait Tour: A Return to the Big Apple

Nearly 300 Eagle alumni, faculty, and university leadership gathered for a topic exploration entitled “More Than a Game: The Role of Sports in Society.”
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AU Field Hockey team gathered in a huddle with Coach Jennings.

Alumni ·

New Field Hockey Endowment Champions a Beloved Coach and Program

Former student-athletes, colleagues, and others from the AU field hockey community have created AU Athletics' first sport-specific endowment to honor Head Field Hockey Coach Steve Jennings.
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Scarlett Wedergren

Achievements ·

From Nebraska to Nairobi: The Business of Public Health

Scarlett Wedergren means business when it comes to public health.
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Research ·

Jordanna Matlon wins ISA John Ruggie Annual Best Book Award

Jordanna Matlon's book "A Man among Other Men" was the co-winner of the 2023 International Studies Association John Ruggie Annual Best Book Award.
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Shai Waisman

Alumni ·

View from the Board: CAS Board of Advisors Member Shai Waisman ’93 Shares Life Lessons

President of Kroll Inc. looks back at friendships, mentors, and experiences at American University that shaped him into the person he is today
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Research ·

Anthony Fontes, “The kidnappers are the police”: Criminal governance and forced migration in Central America

Anthony Fontes' new article in Political Geography maps how collective doubt about where the state ends and its underworld begins structures criminal predation and forced migration in Central America.
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