Why It Remains Difficult to Keep Contraband out of Prisons

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 ICJ Rules on the Colombia v. Nicaragua Maritime Case

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...

National Military Appreciation Month: Providing Support

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski Faculty Member, Criminal Justice May is National Military Appreciation Month. This month is a good time to display your support for...

The Influence of Social Media Influencers

Podcast by Dr. Bjorn Mercer, DMA, Department Chair, Communication and World Languages andDr. Amanda McClain, Faculty Member, Communication What are social media influencers and what role to they play in...

Why It’s Imperative to Cultivate More Nurse Leaders

By Allison Philips  Senior Copywriter and Edge Contributor                                                                           The nursing shortage in America stands at a critical juncture and is projected to worsen over...

This is Why Russia is Losing so Many Generals

Not since the end of World War II has one nation lost so many senior military leaders in such a short amount of...