Emergency Preparedness

  • AI

    Its Impact on Education, Arts, and Work (Part 2)

    Editor’s Note: Listen to the first episode in this series. Podcast by Dr. Bjorn Mercer, DMA, Department Chair, Communication and World Languages andJames Lendvay, Faculty Member, School of Arts, Humanities, and Education AI-generated content material: how unique is it? What are the authorized ramifications? How does AI establish truths? And, from whose perspective? American Public University’s Dr. Bjorn Mercer and James Lendvay focus on these questions—and…

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  • Understanding the Personal Impact of Places

    Understanding the Personal Impact of Places

    Note: This article about human geography originated from a discussion board dialogue in my GEOG101:  Introduction to Geography course, taught by Dr. Kristin Drexler. The course showcases the numerous scope of geography past the conventional concentrate on landscapes, terrain and maps. Throughout historical past, nations have had disputes over geographical borders. But the residents of these nations have private connections that attain far past…

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  • Why China Is Taking Provocative Action

    Why China Is Taking Provocative Action

    In late October, a Chinese Coast Guard vessel collided with a Filipino resupply vessel heading in direction of the Second Thomas Shoal, a disputed island within the South China Sea. Previously, China has used water cannons and lasers to stop the resupply of Filipino troopers on the island. Now, China is outwardly utilizing extra aggressive measures to disrupt the efforts…

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  • Controlling Illegal Immigration at the Southwest Border

    Controlling Illegal Immigration at the Southwest Border

    There are many elements that result in unlawful immigration, particularly at the southwest border of the United States. For occasion, financial circumstances in Central America and round the world are the largest issue that drive folks to go away their properties and danger their lives to be smuggled throughout the southwest border. Unfortunately, individuals who reside in harmful, impoverished circumstances…

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  • Paying Tribute to Your Military

    Paying Tribute to Your Military

    Would you want to honor army servicemembers this December? If you need to present your appreciation for our army and the sacrifices they’ve made to defend us, think about volunteering for Wreaths Across America, happening on Saturday, December 16. For 2023, the theme is #ServeAndSucceed. What Is Wreaths Across America? Wreaths Across America is an annual occasion occurring each December…

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  • Why It’s Become an Obsession

    Why It’s Become an Obsession

    In 1884, skilled baseball legalized the overhand delivery of baseball pitches, in accordance with This Day in Baseball. Ever since, baseball gamers, followers and the media have been obsessive about pitching velocity. For instance, baseball followers and the media are preoccupied with the velocity at which pitches could be delivered. Batters rue the rising variety of pitchers who throw at…

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    A Struggle to Maintain Unlawful Political Power

    Image courtesy of Ninette Rodas. By Dr. Michelle WattsAssistant Department Chair, School of Security and Global Studies and Sandra ChiroyDirector of Education Programs, Fundamaya In Guatemala, a state of affairs that deserves the world’s consideration has been brewing for a while. Although the battle in Guatemala doesn’t have the burning depth or the tragic demise toll of what’s taking place…

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  • Opinion | America’s Disaster Recovery System Is a Disaster

    Opinion | America’s Disaster Recovery System Is a Disaster

    This summer season, 12 folks let me into their lives to inform me about their experiences within the aftermath of disasters, together with hurricanes, floods, freezes, wildfires and derechos. All stated, they didn’t obtain the help they anticipated, and the consequences have been devastating. “It’s been a very humbling experience, to say the least, to go from ‘We’re fine, we…

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  • The Middle East and the Threat of an Expanding Conflict

    The Middle East and the Threat of an Expanding Conflict

    Israel, its neighbors and numerous anti-Israeli militant teams in the Middle East aren’t any stranger to battle. As a outcome, there may be an ever-present concern that when there may be an uptick in hostilities, the battle will unfold and engulf the area. Unsurprisingly, political and information media commentary on the potential for a regional battle have definitely dominated public…

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  • Drug Trafficking in the US and Why It’s So Hard to Control

    Drug Trafficking in the US and Why It’s So Hard to Control

    As lengthy as buyer demand exists, drug trafficking will proceed and traffickers will discover a method to smuggle medicine into the United States. To achieve a deeper understanding of the drawback, I performed analysis in Central America, South America and the United States. I particularly checked out the present trafficking strategies used to smuggle medicine into the U.S. What I…

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    Advice from a Former Gang Member

    During my analysis as a criminologist, I’ve traveled the world and gained perception into present prison justice traits. I’ve spoken to folks from a number of backgrounds, together with politicians, intelligence specialists from over 10 totally different nations, leaders of whole nations’ prison justice programs and even inmates in jail. This 12 months, I spoke with former gang member “Keen”…

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  • AMU graduate Benjamin Effinger

    Alumni Stories: Creating a Different Life for Many Veterans

    By John Robert Morton, Student and Affairs Liaison, and Benjamin Effinger, AMU Graduate The navy offers servicemembers and veterans with a number of distinctive advantages. One profit is education assistance. Benjamin Effinger, an Air Force veteran and two-time American Military University (AMU) alumnus, used this help to assist kickstart his journey to working for his native authorities. Today, he makes…

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