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Election 2020 Beyond the Talking Points: How Do We Move to Bipartisan Solutions?

On October 14, faculty members from the AU School of Public Affairs discussed the challenges of bipartisanship amid pressing issues in criminal justice, education, and healthcare policy
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Eyewitness to History: Presidential Visits at American University

American University Library Archives and Special Collections presents “Eyewitness to History: Presidential Visits to AU.” This non-partisan digital exhibition examines the history of presidential visits at American University.
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Lonnie G. Bunch III

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Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch III Awarded 2020 Cyrus A. Ansary Medal

American University named Lonnie G. Bunch III the recipient of the 2020 Cyrus A. Ansary Medal for leadership and service.
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SIS Professor Daniel Gerstein

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Daniel Gerstein: Veteran, Scholar, and SIS Professor

Professor Daniel Gerstein's military experiences shaped his scholarly work as well as his teaching.
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Discover CAS week featured Zoom events with admissions staff and CAS faculty.

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Discover CAS Week Draws Hundreds of Prospective Grad Students

Weeklong chance to learn everything you need to know about grad school at AU
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Andrea Mitchell

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Andrea Mitchell Announced as American University’s Fall 2020 Commencement Speaker

Award-winning NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell will deliver the keynote address
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Sine Fellows

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New Sine Institute of Policy & Politics Fellows to Drive Critical Dialogues and Policy Innovation at American University

Sine Institute Announces New Fellows
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Five Questions with Sine Fellow Lt. General H.R. McMaster

Lt. General McMaster has just published Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World, which examines the most pressing U.S. national security threats and the importance of “strategic empathy” in addressing them.
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Medicaid Expansion Increased Early Cancer Detection, New Study Finds

States where Medicaid was expanded under the ACA have seen a measurable increase in the early detection of cancer and reduced late-stage cancer incidence.
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Leslie T. Annexstein

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Meet AU's New AVP for Equity and Title IX Officer

Leslie T. Annexstein has a long history of work in equity and civil rights and is ready to make a difference at AU.
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