AMU graduate and history teacher Michael Buster recently launched “Forgotten Wars,” a podcast that focuses on wars that are not well-known.
From this analysis, one can draw a conclusion that about 90% of people support the use of AI and robots for work and everyday living.
In this episode, hear from Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart about his 38-year career in the Marines, his leadership experience including as Director of the DIA and how his military career helped him transition to the private sector.
As AI continues to expand, it will permeate just about every aspect of our daily lives and is especially prevalent in the area of education.
This past September, Model UN Club members participated in a virtual United Nations Security Council hosted by the Osgood Center.
On December 17, the Alumni Advisory Council will wrap up its 2020 goals and chat about its planning for 2021.
One of the greatest benefits of serving in our nation’s military is the ability to earn a degree at virtually no cost. Speaking from personal experience, I was able to earn my bachelor’s degree while serving on active duty by using tuition reimbursement.
In this video, InMilitary Managing Editor Wes O’Donnell interviews Marine veteran of 24 years, Dr. Larry Parker.