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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

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Celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Learn about Dr. King’s life and legacy with these titles in our collection.
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Borum Chattoo at lecturn

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AU’s Center for Media & Social Impact Receives $1.1 Million

Funding supports projects including the national Story Movements convening, the Yes, And Laughter Lab co-created with Moore + Associates in partnership with Comedy Central, and Comedy ThinkTanks.
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European Union flag and US flag merged together.

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New Transatlantic Policy Center Evaluates Europe’s Key Challenges

We spoke with the Transatlantic Policy Center's co-directors, Professors Michelle Egan and Garret Martin, about the new EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence housed at SIS.
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District Scholars Award and American University logo

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American University’s New District Scholars Program to Provide Full Tuition Scholarships to 10 DCPS Students

New District Scholars Program at American University will provide full tuition scholarships to 10 DCPS Students.
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AU Receives National Science Foundation ADVANCE Grant

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $300,000 to American University for an analysis of gender and racial equity among its STEM faculty.
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SIS professor David Simpson.

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Five Questions for David Simpson

We spoke with David Simpson for our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty.
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Bold Steps American University Annual Report 2018-19

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American University Shares Bold Steps With Annual Report

With the theme “Bold Steps,” American University’s 2018-2019 annual report captures the momentum across the university as it embarks on its new strategic plan, Changemakers for a Changing World.
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Danielle Allen speaking at event

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Inaugural Lincoln Scholar Lecture Finds Lessons in Declaration of Independence

According to Harvard Professor Danielle Allen, though the Declaration of Independence falls short on issues of slavery and gender, its essence has provided a lasting blueprint for the experiment of American democracy.
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SIS professor Jesse Ribot at a pottery wheel.

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Five Questions for Jesse Ribot

For our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty, we recently sat down with Jesse Ribot.
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cybersecurity graph with money sign

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Top Five Reasons Math is the New Trend for the Info Security and Cybersecurity Field

If you want to become a leader in today’s growing field of information security and cybersecurity, look no further than American University’s master’s degree in Mathematics of Information and Security.
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