The Immigrant Justice Clinic led a teach-in, the “American University Student Forum on Immigration,” with two student attorneys and an AU law professor on March 22 to discuss the rights and possible legal options for noncitizens living in the U.S.
School of Public Affairs Dean Barbara Romzek will step down from her position, effective July 1, according to a memo released by Provost Scott Bass on Thursday. Romzek will transition to professor in the SPA Department of Public Administration and Policy.
Feingold to be SIS Distinguished Executive in Residence this semester
Rice to serve as distinguished visiting research fellow
A pizza delivery man was the victim of an unarmed carjacking outside of Domino’s Pizza in Tenleytown Thursday afternoon, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
President Neil Kerwin announced in an email sent to the campus community Wednesday morning that Dr. Fanta Aw, Assistant Vice President of Campus Life, will be the interim vice president of Campus Life effective April 1, 2017.
Posters that “denigrate” and “target” women were posted in several buildings on campus late Tuesday night, the eve of International Women’s Day, AU police said.
Faculty senate approves revamped general education program
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition. Following a year-long search, Chairman of AU’s Board of Trustees Jack Cassell announced in January that former Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell will become AU’s next president.
Board of Trustees approves budget for fiscal years 2018, 2019
Over the past few weeks under President Donald Trump’s administration, Congress has introduced several bills to scale back efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency, and The White House has restricted communications between scientists and the media.
University President Neil Kerwin laid out the objectives for years 9 and 10 of the University’s strategic plan in a memorandum on Wednesday.
Sometimes even an inch of snow can send the District into a frenzy. American University experienced several snow days over the past few years, and despite having none so far this year, AU relies on strict protocol and an extensive plan in preparation of winter flurries. When students hear about the potential for snow, their first thoughts may be whether or not they have a day off from school.