Radio talk show host and TV personality Clark Howard, SPA/BA ’76, demonstrates the duality of fortune—frugality and generosity—by acting as a money coach on his nationally syndicated show and building homes for Habitat for Humanity.
Mere weeks after completing his master’s in Government, Ben Timmins, SPA/MA’09, was getting to work on issues he cared about.
David Pitts's new research shows how LGBT employment in government agencies can affect delivery of services.
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth Merten, SPA/MPA '86, defends international relief efforts and compliments the Haitian people for their grace and dignity after the January 12 earthquake that left 230,000 dead and another million people homeless.
New Alumni Board member Ed Faberman, SPA/BA ’67 has been navigating the world of aviation for the past 40 years, but his volunteer leadership work with AU keeps him grounded.
GAO internship leads to India and beyond.