What would it take to reinvent American politics and create a new government model? Learn about the prospect of government reformation and what’s involved with holding a constitutional convention to institute change.
From the barcode to the self-checkout lane to shopping carts that automatically tabulate your purchases, learn how technology continues to change retail operations.
Will the COVID-19 pandemic have lasting impacts on our collective psyches, mental health, psychological development, and socialization behavior?
When the COVID-19 vaccine became available, there was concern it wouldn’t adequately reach underserved communities. Learn how providers came together in California to quickly mobilize volunteer-based vaccination centers.
Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, is a way for companies to take a stance on social, environmental and political issues. In this episode, learn what drives businesses to engage in corporate citizenship, the benefits, and the risks.
Healing divisions and finding the common good that unites us is challenging for individuals and institutions. In this episode, learn about strategies to build equity, diversity and inclusion and how to counter resistance with patience and openness.
Getting divorced is a life-changing event that can be extremely emotional and confusing for adults and children. In this episode, APU professor Dr. Kandis Wyatt talks to Danica Joan about the benefits of having a divorce coach, especially in child custody cases.
Motocross has become an increasingly competitive and technical sport in the last 10 years. Hear from professional supercross racer AJ Catanzaro about the evolution of the sport including technological advancements of motorcycles and increasingly dangerous courses.