By William TuckerEdge Contributor On the rare occasions that Trans-Dniester — a separatist region and self-proclaimed state on the eastern side of Moldova – makes international news, that is rarely a good thing. At the end of April, the...
Podcast by Dr. Bjorn Mercer, DMA, Department Chair, Communication and World Languages andDr. Kristin Drexler, Faculty Member, School of STEM Climate change is a global problem, and the solution lies in the choices of every individual. In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to professor...
By Dr. Jarrod SadulskiFaculty Member, Criminal Justice Due to current public attitudes toward law enforcement, there has never been a more important time to show your appreciation and support for police officers. National Police Week (May 11-17) is an excellent...
By Dr. Jaclyn Maria FowlerDepartment Chair, English and Literature The first time I boarded an airplane, I was just shy of my twenty-first birthday. Because I was a kid from the rural areas of northeast Pennsylvania, the borders of...
By Dr. Samer Koutoubi, M.D., Ph.D.Department Chair, Public Health According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 92 laboratory-confirmed cases and 28 suspected cases of monkeypox has been reported as of May 21, 2022. The good news, however, is that...
By Allison G. S. KnoxEdge Contributor One of the fundamental problems with EMS agencies comes from the fracturing of agencies throughout the United States, an issue that was essentially created as individual EMS agencies developed organically throughout the United...
By Dr. James J. BarneyFaculty Member, Legal Studies In the past, critics of online education argued that it deprived students of interacting with their peers and professors outside of the classroom or competing against their peers in other institutions. While...
By Dr. Jarrod SadulskiFaculty Member, Criminal Justice Keeping contraband out of prisons has been a constant problem for prisons throughout the United States and around the world. Prohibited items that commonly get smuggled into prisons include:DrugsCell phonesAlcoholTattoo equipmentWeaponsMoneyGang paraphernaliaTobaccoEven a...
By Ilan Fuchs, Ph.D.Faculty Member, Legal Studies International law moves at a slow pace, much slower than what we can expect in domestic courts. In different international law courses I teach for the University, I stress the patience that is...
Podcast with Dr. Wanda Curlee, Program Director, School of Business andDr. William Oliver Hedgepeth, Faculty Member, Transportation and Logistics Management Artificial intelligence, or AI, has developed rapidly in the last decade. Are laws and regulations keeping up? In this episode, Dr. Wanda Curlee talks...
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