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.
What are the psychological principles contributing to today’s divisive political environment? In this episode, learn about some of the cognitive processes that prevent people from thinking critically about issues.
The 2020 election displayed divisiveness among the American public. Learn what needs to happen to help the nation move forward during this challenging time.
Is a degree still necessary for today’s working professional? Learn why it’s so important that institutions of higher education keep a pulse on the industry to ensure curriculum prepares students with the skills and knowledge needed to help businesses adapt to the new economy.
Cruise lines across the world shut down during the pandemic. In this episode, learn about safety measures to keep passengers and crews healthy and when cruise ships are expected to start sailing again.