Why is strength still associated with masculinity? In this episode, hear from a 24-year Marine Corps veteran about the cultural changes shifting the perception that strength and power are masculine traits.
In this episode, hear some exciting announcements about CrimeCon 2022 and CrimeHQ that will likely help bring resolution to Debbie’s case in the New Year.
Hear from a professional knife-maker about what style of knife was likely used to kill Debbie Sue Williamson. Also hear updates on the current re-investigation by the Lubbock Police and exciting news about CrimeCon 2022.
Is there renewed public interest in manned space exploration? Learn from an astrobiologist about scientific modeling work aimed at better understanding the climate and habitability of Mars, Venus and other planets.
Military servicemembers have skills and training that are very desirable in the civilian workforce. Retired Colonel Larry Dietz, an AMU professor, talks about translating those skills to the commercial sector.
A key step in solving many cold cases is the processing of old evidence using new technology. Learn about a new and revolutionary DNA extraction technique called the Bardole Method that separates and isolates forensic material from small pieces of evidence.
In 2020, there were 365,000+ reports of missing children in the U.S. Learn how an AMU alumnus has brought together intelligence analysts and retired officers to find missing children.
What made Frederick the Great a great military leader? Learn how he relentlessly studied war and rigorously trained soldiers so he could outmaneuver stronger opponents.