“The Everyday Scholar” looks at America’s hesitation to accept bilingualism – and the importance of changing the nation’s direction.
How do society, economics, traditions, the media and other entities play into a young person’s decision to seek higher education?
In the second part of this audio series, APU faculty members discuss cultural insights about sexuality, religion, race, and enslavement from a book considered “outside the canon” of its time period.
Reading works of literature considered rebellious and “outside the canon” of the time period can provide immense cultural insight. Learn about the semi-autographical book, “Our Nig” by Harriet Wilson.
Hiring managers often have misconceptions about the value veterans and military servicemembers can bring to an organization. Learn about the benefits veterans can bring to the civilian workforce.
Hear from our graduates about their dedication and perseverance in achieving their academic goals. Also listen to accolades from the faculty members who helped them get there!
Song lyrics are powerful and transformative. Learn how songs can promote self-acceptance and the acceptance of others regardless of differences.
What is digital wellbeing? Learn how to manage a healthy technology relationship by monitoring and moderating digital devices.