It is an honor to celebrate all black pioneers – past, present, and future – during every Black History Month and every day!
Earthquake: Experts believe that an 8.0 magnitude tremblor is long overdue for – not California – but the Midwest.
Choosing a research topic can be challenging for doctoral students. In this episode, doctoral student, Isabelle Vladoiu, talks with her doctoral chair, Dr. Elise Rainer, about why she chose to research femicide in Latin America.
The Alumni Advisory Council (AAC) is ready to take on a new set of goals for 2023. It is now in its seventh year.
Proportional Representation: The UK’s election system has been in place for generations, but some are questioning if it’s time to change it.
Human trafficking is the second largest criminal activity in the world. Hear from doctoral student, Isabelle Vladiou, about her work educating people about how to identify human trafficking and safely report it.
Spending a few hours to honor the military during Wreaths Across America is at least one meaningful way I can say “Thank you.”
APU alumna Angela Zullinger’s musical background and accounting skills eventually led to working for the San Francisco Symphony (SFS).