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By Sergei Klebnikov
Ultimately, the debate between the liberal arts and STEM isn’t as simple as black and white. There is much for schools to accomplish through collaboration, which allows for shared resources, academic programs and innovative ideas. The most important steps forward have been the innovations that schools have made to their curriculums, often through collaboration with other colleges.
By Nichole Ahlstrom
Faculty Member at American Public University
Deciding to enroll in college is a major decision, but for service members and their spouses it is often followed by another one: to take a leave of absence or stay the course during a move. I encourage students to keep going despite the disruption of a move.
By Dr. Richard Hines
Program Director, History and Military History at American Military University
This coming Saturday, May 16, 2015, is Armed Forces Day. It's a time to honor our fallen heroes and those still serving here and abroad. These men and women hold a special place in the heart of those of us here at AMU. We will be forever grateful for what you do for all of us. May we, as a nation, never take that service for granted.
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS
If you are a college student (or an aspiring college student), then you know that tuition is not the only cost you have to incur to get your education. Finding affordable alternatives for your classwork may be easier than you think.
By Jackie Hott
Faculty Member at American Military University
There is change that happens to us and change that we instigate. Either way we have to make the experience work for us. How do we do that? Making change work involves having a purpose, setting priorities, and designing a plan. I like to call this P3: purpose, priority, and plan.