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By Wes O’DonnellManaging Editor, Edge. Veteran, U.S. Army & U.S. Air Force If we don’t figure out why soon, it will become a national security crisis. Start a degree at American Military University. Movies have always had an unhealthy influence on...
Listening to the comments of those he worked with, we come away with a picture of Colin Powell that is very much aligned with our impressions of him, but more so now that he has died. A general. A...
By Amanda WilsonAVP, Student and Alumni Affairs and Armando GuerreroAlumnusCybersecurity is a field that is quickly growing in the United States and around the globe. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that information security is anticipated to grow...
Emergency and disaster management briefing for October 18, 2021: Seventeen missionaries were kidnapped in Haiti; water levels in Lake Tahoe have dropped below the lake’s natural rim; secondary impacts from the massive Dixie Fire burn scar, including debris...
Podcast featuring Wes O’Donnell, Editor, AMU Edge and Lawrence Dietz, Colonel (retired), U.S. Army Reserve; Faculty Member, Intelligence Studies Military servicemembers have skills and training that can be extremely useful in the civilian workforce, however, it’s challenging to figure out...
By Amy EversonDirector, Student and Alumni Affairs Success in online education requires both commitment and discipline. Our online students must not only balance the various challenges of their courses, but may also be working full time. In addition, some...
By Susan HoffmanEdge Managing Editor According to the FBI’s 2020 Internet Crime Report, published by the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), phishing was one of the most common types of scams in 2020. It resulted in over 241,000 victims...
By Dr. Kandis Y. Wyatt, PMPFaculty Member, Transportation and Logistics The global supply chain is commonly built on the concept of supply and demand. When an item is in high supply, the demand decreases. Conversely, when an item is...
Image courtesy of Adi Goldstein on Unsplash. By LaVarn GordonStudent and Alumni Affairs Liaison It’s party time! We have a lot to celebrate as we prepare for our second annual Virtual Homecoming. We are celebrating 30 years as an educational...
By Dr. Kandis Y. WyattFaculty Member, Transportation and Logistics October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual event designed to raise awareness of this type of cancer and the need to detect it early. In 2020, 2.3 million women...
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