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She Votes: Women, the Workplace, and Pandemic Politics

New survey of women voters shows that Covid-19 has widely shifted perceptions of American politics, work norms, and gender roles.
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Author and activist asha bandele spoke to AU students on March 12.

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Activist Author Talks Book, Centering Black Voices

Author asha bandele's book with a Black Lives Matter co-founder is part of the AUx2 curriculum.
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The AU maintenance team is working to ensure ventilation systems keep the campus safe.

Campus Safety ·

Here's How AU's Maintenance Staff is Keeping Campus Safe During COVID-19

The 160-member Facilities Management Team is taking additional measures to protect the AU community.
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Students walk on campus near Constitution Hall in March 2021. (Matthew Fredericks/AU)

On Campus ·

Here’s How COVID-19 Impacted Six AU Community Members

Six members of the AU community reflect on the year that has passed since the pandemic took hold. They discussed loss, challenges, resiliency, and optimism.
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SPA Ranked 13 in U.S. News & World Report

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AU’s School of Public Affairs Is Top Ranked in D.C. in New U.S. News & World Report Rankings

School of Public Affairs Is Ranked No. 13 in 2022 U.S. News & World Report Rankings
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Spring blossoms at American University

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Black Alumni Leaders Across The U.S. Lift As They Climb

The Black Alumni Collective hosts virtual leadership retreat in the Nation’s Capital
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Welcome to your Library

On Campus ·

Library Appreciation Week

This week is a time to celebrate libraries, library workers’ contributions, and uplift and support libraries.
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Roger Fairfax, Jr. Dean of Washington College of Law

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American University Names Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. as Dean of Washington College of Law

Prominent legal scholar, lawyer, and educator selected to lead AU’s dynamic law school
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Irina Markina, Priya Shyamsundar, Andreas Karelas, and Claire Brunel

Announcement ·

Who Pays for Climate Change? SIS Earth Day Event Examines How Economy and Environment Intersect

On April 22, experts from the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center, RE-volv, and The Nature Conservancy, will take part in a virtual SIS panel.
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AU Madrid director Francisco Gómez Santiago teaches a class prior to the pandemic.

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AU Abroad Pushes Forward Through the Pandemic

AU’s three overseas centers – AU Brussels, AU Madrid, and AU Nairobi – innovated and continued to bring classes and internships during the pandemic.
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