In this episode, APU’s Dr. Aikyna Finch talks to Dr. Bobette Brown about overcoming the disadvantages that women leaders often face.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used by some employers to make hiring decisions. Hear from APU’s Cynthia Gentile about how these tools conflict with employment laws, like the ADA.
Starting and operating a business requires many skills, but none more important than accounting. Learn about some of the common mistakes small-business owners make
The widespread use of ChatGPT presents pressing challenges for universities. How can professors ensure students are learning material and submitting original work?
In part two, Dr. Wally Boston continues offering his expertise and personal insight about how prospective students can potentially reduce the extremely high cost of furthering one’s education.
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.
In this episode, Dr. Wally Boston, President Emeritus of APUS, offers his expertise and personal insight on the crisis in higher education and how students can navigate their schooling.
Investing portfolios led by women tend to perform better with lower defaults and better risk management. In this episode, Cynthia Gentile leads a discussion of The XX Edge, a new book focused on gender diverse decision-making.