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Announcement ·

AU Receives First-gen Forward Designation

The designation is a national honor for the university's commitment to first-generation student success.
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On Campus ·

First Things First: Get to Know AU's First-Gen Resources

AU provides resources and support to help them navigate the college experience, whether it’s figuring out finances, deciphering the many acronyms used around campus, or finding a community.
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Student Learning Online

On Campus ·

Library Online Resources

Throughout the remainder of the semester, many of the Library’s resources will be available online for students to access at home. The Library is here to assist you in every way possible.
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In the Community ·

AU Providing Emergency Resources to DC Teachers and Children

As schools across DC face long closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, families are worried about having enough food to eat. AU's Department of Health Studies is working to help.
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In the Community ·

AU Public Health Students’ Work Continues Unabated

In the midst of the global pandemic crisis, fifty-seven AU public health students are continuing their important mission to support community public health organizations, ranging from the DC Department of Health to the American Heart Association.
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AU SPA ranked #13 out of 276 schools of public affairs

Announcement ·

American University’s School of Public Affairs Receives High Recognition in New U.S. News & World Report Rankings

AU SPA Receives High Recognition in U.S. News & World Report's 2021 Public Affairs Graduate Schools rankings
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On Campus ·

Female Ambassadors Share Stories on International Women’s Day

Female ambassadors to the U.S. from Afghanistan, Iceland, Oman and Rwanda spoke on campus at a panel moderated by Betsy Fischer Martin, executive director of the American University School of Public Affairs’ Women and Politics March 4.
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On Campus ·

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is celebrated every March to honor the contributions of women throughout history. Check out the works of these outstanding women in our collection.
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From left to right: Kyle Murdock, Isabella Alcañiz, and Agustina Giraudy.

On Campus ·

SIS Professor’s Podcast Explores Immigration and Identity

On her podcast, "UPROOT," SIS professor Agustina Giraudy engages in conversations about immigration, identity, and the condition of being “uprooted.”
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Announcement ·

AU’s Antiracist Research and Policy Center to Host 2nd Annual National Antiracist Book Festival

The 2nd annual National Antiracist Book Festival, the only book festival of its kind organized around authors writing for racial equity and justice, will take place Saturday, April 25.
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