Figuring out your post-military career can be overwhelming. Learn why it’s so important to spend time reflecting on your military service and consider what kind of lifestyle you want as a civilian.
The investigative podcast, Break the Case, follows AMU’s Cold Case Team as they investigate the unsolved murder of Debbie Sue Williamson. Hear from Debbie’s sister and widowed husband as they recall the day she was brutally murdered 46 years ago.
AMU professor Jen Bucholtz is also a licensed private investigator who has been investigating several cold cases. Hear how technology and crowdsourcing are important tools along with boots-on-the-ground investigation and why she hopes police will embrace the assistance of outside sources to bring justice for victims’ families.
In this episode, AMU criminal justice and forensic science professor, Jen Bucholtz, shares how the Zodiac ciphers were decrypted using the suspect’s full name. She also discusses the mounting evidence pointing towards one suspect.
Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility, not just IT’s. Learn about the rise in ransomware attacks and why companies need to invest in technical personnel who can protect networks against hackers and train employees to be vigilant.
Leaving the military and transitioning to the civilian workforce requires hard work and preparation. Learn how to identify transferable skills, tailor your resume for each position, and develop a post-military budget so you’re financially prepared when your service ends.
Dr. Chris Reynolds was one of the first military personnel to deploy to Afghanistan after 9/11. Learn about his work in the region, his thoughts on U.S. troop withdrawal, and potential future threats.
What makes a military leader truly great? AMU military historian and professor Dr. Kelly Jordan uses an innovative framework to determine what made Alexander the Great a truly great military leader.