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Dilanthi Ranaweera, SIS/MA '15.

Announcement ·

AU's International Student Body Up 39 Percent; 61 Percent of AU Students Study Abroad

The increase at AU bucks a continuing decline in international student enrollment nationwide.
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Paul Manafort

Research ·

How Nations Attempt to Influence U.S. Members of Congress

A new book co-edited by AU School of Public Affairs Distinguished Professor James Thurber is perhaps the most timely and detailed study ever conducted of how other nations attempt to influence U.S. Members of Congress.
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Betul Ozyilmaz

Student Life ·

A Conversation with Betül

A conversation with international student Betül Ozyilmaz on her time at AU.
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Mark Maxin

Achievements ·

SPA's Mark Maxin Receives Top Honors as Federal Lawyer

The American Bar Association has named SPA's Key Program Adjunct Professorial Lecturer Mark Maxin the "2018 Federal Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year."
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Alumni Panel speaking

Alumni ·

Alumni Share Insights from Nonprofit World

A panel of five graduates from the AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) recently offered advice to students on the transition from college to what they indicated was a good job market for those entering the nonprofit sector.
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Kogod Professor Brett Gilbert

Business ·

HQ2: DC, NYC and Beyond

It’s official. HQ2 is coming to Washington, DC—Arlington, Virginia that is. Find out what Kogod's Brett Gilbert has to say.
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Woman and man standing on a trolley.

Television & Film ·

The Tao of The Good Place: Profs Discuss TV’s Most Cerebral Sitcom

The breezy NBC comedy manages to work in Kant and Kierkegaard.
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PEKKA Association in Brebes, Central Java, Indonesia, stages a parade announcing the PEKKA program and activities throughout their village.

International ·

Empowering Women in Indonesia

ARC has published a paper with the founder of an Indonesian women’s organization working to empower marginalized women. Here are a few of the key takeaways for successful movement building based on the organization’s work fighting for women’s rights.
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Nan Zhang

Technology ·

Polishing Up Data Privacy Protections

What is the General Data Protection Regulation and how does it help consumers? Kogod professor Nan Zhang examines the EU’s latest data privacy regulation and explains the challenge of protecting consumers’ data.
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Tim Kaine

Communications ·

SOC Journalism Graduate Students Report on Local Races

Five SOC graduate students contributed to The Washington Post election night coverage that included advanced stories on the area's various races.
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