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Mercedes Subhani

Alumni ·

Why Cyber?

First-generation alumna Mercedes Subhani (SPA, CLEG, `20) revisits her path to the cybersecurity field.
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Marlene RedDoor at SIS

Alumni ·

ELEVATE: Transforming the Student Experience

AU promotes student thriving in a diverse, inclusive environment that supports innovative minds and the purposes they courageously pursue. Change Can’t Wait creates a more equitable, affordable, and empowering AU education.
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portrait of LaTanya Sothern at AU

Alumni ·

Greetings from LaTanya Sothern

A monthly message to AU alumni from Alumni Association President LaTanya Sothern
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The Eagle statue on campus, framed by magnolia blossoms.

Alumni ·

Heydt Scholarship Fund Honors a Commitment to Education

An estate bequest from John Heydt, CAS/BA ’75, and his mother, Florence Heydt, is among the largest scholarship gifts in AU’s history.
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Jordana Matlon

Achievements ·

Ten Awards—and Counting

SIS professor Jordanna Matlon wins prestigious Ruggie Award for "A Man among Other Men: The Crisis of Black Masculinity in Racial Capitalism"
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Chandler Woods

Alumni ·

A Career Rooted in Service

In this edition, we spoke with Chandler Woods, SIS/MA ’19. Chandler received his degree from the U.S. Foreign Policy (USFP) program, and he’s currently serving as a Program Officer within the USAID Bureau for Resilience, Environment and Food Security.
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Alumni Awards recipients, alongside LaTanya Sothern and Sylvia Burwell, pose with crystal eagles

Alumni ·

Six Alumni Receive Awards in “Time-Honored Tradition” at AU

Distinguished alumni recalled their time at AU and how the university helped to pave their paths to success.
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SIS Awards 2024

Achievements ·

2024 SIS Awards

A list of 2024 SIS Faculty, Staff, and Student Awardees
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Ekua Hudson (left) with AU President Sylvia Burwell. Photo by Jeff Watts.

Achievements ·

2024 President’s Award Winner Has a Hunger for Addressing Food Deserts

Through her nonprofit, Ekua Hudson, CAS/BA ’24, is working to create an equitable food system for underserved communities in DC and beyond.
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