Elise Tollefson was living a politico’s dream. The 24 year-old graduate student was rubbing elbows with presidential candidates, reporters, and pundits while covering the New Hampshire primary—and calling it schoolwork.
Studying abroad can be costly. But with financial assistance through a Gilman Scholarship, it doesn’t have to break the bank.
Key Alum Michael Hughes was sworn in as US Marshal for the DC Superior Court.
Alumnus Nick Banovetz, SPA/BA ’03, SOC/MA ’06, applies his AU experiences in a new professional endeavor and still finds time to pay it forward as a volunteer for AU.
Alumna Erika Johnson, SOC/BA ’10, reflects upon her decision to apply through AU’s Early Decision admission plan and follow in the footsteps of her mother and brother.
Alumni Board vice president Chip Griffin exemplifies the Eagle spirit of service, generously giving back to AU.