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By Dr. Alison BeckerDepartment Chair, Legal Studies It’s not unusual for the public to conjure up images of law firms as stuffy, old offices filled with lawyers, paralegals, and secretaries who are surrounded by mounds of paper case files...
Taos Pueblo image courtesy of Dwayne Lefthand, Taos Pueblo Tribal Secretary By Dr. Kristin DrexlerFaculty Member, School of STEM with Dr. Michelle WattsFaculty Member, International Relations and Global Security and Bridget KimseyGraduate Student, Space Studies, School of STEM Last week, Dr. Michelle...
By Dr. Karolina KopczyńskiFaculty Member, School of Arts, Humanities and Education  When you’re learning Spanish or another foreign language, immersion is the best way to learn that language. However, traveling is not always a viable option for some people, due...
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...
Podcast by Dr. Bjorn Mercer, DMA, Department Chair, Communication and World Languages andDr. Larry D. Parker, Jr. , Department Chair, Wallace E. Boston School of Business History provides significant perspective, especially regarding conflicts. In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to professor and retired Marine...
By Allison PhilipsSenior Copywriter and Edge Contributor There’s an urgent problem facing the healthcare industry in America. We need more nurses, but nursing schools are running short on faculty. Many of these educational institutions do not have the capacity...
By Dr. Jarrod SadulskiFaculty Member, Criminal Justice There are a lot of incentives to becoming a police officer in Florida. Law enforcement agencies throughout this state offer very competitive salaries compared to agencies in other states, comprehensive medical plans and...
By Wes O’DonnellManaging Editor, Edge Transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce can be one of the biggest events in a servicemembers life. Start a degree at American Military University. Fortunately, as a byproduct of the military, servicemembers have the...
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