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Arts ·

Celebrating Black Creators

In honor of Black History Month 2024—the theme of which is African Americans and the Arts—AU faculty experts share a few of their favorite creative works.
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Announcement ·

AU Named a Top Producer of US Student Fulbright Scholars

This marks the eighth time in 12 years that AU has received the distinction from the Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
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Research ·

Maria De Jesus, Mobility paradoxes: disruptors, benefits, and agency among mobile female sex workers living with HIV in the Dominican Republic and Tanzania

Maria De Jesus' new co-authored article explores how mobility impacts the lives, livelihoods, and HIV care and treatment from the perspectives of women living with HIV in two epidemic settings, the Dominican Republic and Tanzania.
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Fulbright Program

Announcement ·

  American University Named a Leader in Fulbright U.S. Student Scholars

American University was named by the U.S. Department of State as one of the top producers of Fulbright student scholars.
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Five Years of Impact: A Look at AU's Changemaking Work

On Campus ·

Five Years of Impact: A Look at AU’s Changemaking Work

A new report, released this week, chronicles our efforts to advance AU’s strategic priorities and generate momentum that will position our community for an even brighter future.
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Robert and Virginia Severi

Alumni ·

“Best Friends at the Core:” AU Sweethearts Share Their Local Love Story

A chance meeting in AU’s Mary Graydon Center leads to forty-plus years of marriage and companionship.
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Robert and Virginia in 1982

Alumni ·

“Best Friends at the Core:” AU Sweethearts Share Their Local Love Story

A chance meeting in AU’s Mary Graydon Center leads to forty-plus years of marriage and companionship
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Achievements ·

American University Named a Leader in Fulbright U.S. Student Scholars

Washington, D.C. - American University is a top producer of Fulbright grant recipients, and was recognized today by the U.S. Department of State as having one of the highest number of students and alumni selected for  the  Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
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International ·

Understanding Pakistan's Election Results

SIS professor and Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies Akbar Ahmed explains the implications of Pakistan’s general election results.
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Ugoeze Achilike (right) on the ground in Nigeria

Alumni ·

SIS Alumna Empowers Smallholder Farmers in Nigeria

We caught up with Ugoeze Achilike, SIS/BA '17, to learn more about her interest in sustainability, her focus on agribusiness, and the role SIS played in her career path.
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