By Dr. Wallace Boston
As news continues to emerge about the coronavirus (COVID-19), APUS wants to let you—our students—know that your health and well-being are of utmost concern to us. We want to reassure you that APUS is making every effort to ensure that your studies will continue with no disruption or downtime.
In this podcast episode, AMU's Drs. Kate Brannum and Michelle Watts discuss their research examining how a mostly volunteer fire service in Guatemala responded to the catastrophic eruption of Volcan de Fuego in 2018 with minimal financial support from the government.
The fast spread of coronavirus poses a major risk to public health in the US and globally. In this podcast, AMU’s Dr. Samer Koutoubi discusses COVID-19’s impact on schools and businesses, local health protocols, the benefits of social distancing, and how communities can prepare for the growing number of cases.
By Dr. Darrell Dantzler
Emergency managers must be actively monitoring global and national response strategies to the novel coronavirus. Learn how state and local emergency managers can improve public communication and potentially mitigate person-to-person transmission through strategies like social distancing.
By Dr. Kevin Harris
Leaders must know how to protect an organization's digital assets from hackers. Taking steps to create a total asset matrix will help them identify valuable assets, evaluate the threat associated with each one, and protect them accordingly.