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Maggie Burnette Stogner

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Critically Acclaimed Filmmaker to Lead AU's Center for Environmental Filmmaking

Maggie Burnette Stogner will be the new director of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking.
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rendering of the exterior of the hall of science

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AU Receives $5 Million Gift to Advance Sciences

The generous gift from Board of Trustees member Gary Abramson, SPA/BA ’68, and his wife Pennie Abramson will contribute to construction of AU's new Hall of Science.
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Online Graduate Immersion Students convene on the American University Campus

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American University Launches Career Directions Program for Online Graduate Students

The School of Professional & Extended Studies has launched its first-ever Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) Career Directions Program.
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Anita McBride interviews with D.C.'s CBS WUSA9

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SPA Faculty Participate in White House Presidential Sites Summit

There are about 200 presidential sites around the country — birthplaces, childhood homes, museums, and libraries. Two SPA faculty members joined representatives from many of those sites this week for the Presidential Sites Summit.
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Graduate students volunteering at A Wider Circle

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Graduate Student Day of Service Supports Local Community

Sixty new AU School of Public Affairs graduate students and faculty volunteered to spend the day sorting household items and moving furniture at A Wider Circle.
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It's On Us presentation in classroom.

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AU Hosts "It's On Us'" First Regional Advisor Summit

On Aug. 4 and 5, American University hosted the first ever It's On Us regional advisor summit.
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Man with his bike helmet and sporty AU shirt.

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On the Road: Chaplain Mark Schaefer Rides his Bike for Kay Spiritual Life Center

The university chaplain is a strong advocate for AU’s interfaith community.
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Vegetables in a grocery store

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10 ways to reduce food waste in Washington, DC

The United States wastes 40 percent of the food it produces every year. A recent graduate outlines ten ways DC can cut food waste and serve as a model for food waste reduction.
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Female student with black and white jacket at a conference.

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Seat at the Table: Taylor Berlin Talks About ANC Service

With a commission post unfilled, this AU student stepped forward.
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One-Year Anniversary of Far-Right Rally and Events in Charlottesville

American University experts are available to discuss the one-year anniversary of the far-right rally and events in Charlottesville, Va.
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