Children have experienced heightened stress and trauma during the pandemic and need strong relationship-building skills to help them cope. In this episode, Drs. Kathleen Tate and Greg Mandalas share five ways teachers can incorporate social-emotional skills in the classroom.
Despite a life-long desire to join the military, AMU’s Dr. Wallace “Rope” Burns didn’t enlist until he was in his 30s. Learn about his unique military experience, his desire to continue his education, and his path to becoming a professor and teaching the skills he learned in the military.
Cyber attacks are not a new issue by any stretch of the imagination—but they are a rapidly growing threat.
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.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb, a new lockdown may be warranted to achieve true herd immunity. It will be an uphill battle, however.
Children with autism or other behavioral disorders can make incredible progress through intensive behavioral intervention services. Learn about applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy.
Can businesses lawfully require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19? Prevailing legal authorities say yes.
One of the most challenging calls for police officers involve domestic violence. Learn how virtual reality training can help officers effectively respond to these volatile and often dangerous calls.