Professor Pallavi Kumar contributed a chapter to the book Diverse Voices: Profiles in Leadership.
Shayla Racquel created a film for her thesis project, Riverment, which will be featured at over ten film festivals.
The film, co-directed by Leena Jayaswal and Caty Borum Chattoo, is slated for release in 2017.
Arthur Soto-Vásquez is researching how U.S. Latinos are being integrated into American Democracy through efforts to mobilize voting.
MFA student Sid Dawnson III's uncle died while in police custody in 2000. He explores his uncle's death in a documentary film, years later.
Kristian Hernandez is traveling to El Salvador to uncover stories about the people and places left behind by migrants who perished on their journey to the US.
Briona Arradondo (SOC/MA '11) recently received a Midsouth regional Emmy for the Newscast/Morning category for her reporting about flooding in Tennessee.
American University senior Rafaella Pastor Ferrari studying Public Relations & Strategic Communication provides a perfect case study of how you can create change - and literally save lives - when you practice strategic communication effectively.
American University students last spring created a journalism project called Uncertain U, where they set out to understand how America’s shifts in attitudes towards immigration and administration policies affect university students.