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APUS Alumni Stories: Breaking New Ground in Pathology

AMU alumnus Brian Wellborn's greatest accomplishment to date involves bringing the largest digital pathology network for human diagnostics live.

APUS Alumni Stories: Crafting Novels that Entertain

AMU graduate Leiba Faircloth writes fiction novels and non-fiction books. Leiba wrote her first novel, “Reclamation,” after she completed her master’s.

The Alumni Advisory Council Is Calling for New Members

The Alumni Advisory Council is a helpful way to increase alumni engagement. All members of the alumni community are invited to join this council.

Community Connections Can Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome, a common feeling of inadequacy or a lack of confidence, is a psychological condition that is all too prevalent on college campuses.

APUS Alumni Stories: Teaching Cultural Comprehension

James Welch earned a M.A. summa cum laude in intelligence studies from AMU in 2013. In his job, the biggest challenges are language and cultural barriers.

APUS Alumni Stories: Supporting the Military's Environmental Regulatory Affairs

Shelby Jackson-Register got her her M.S. in environmental policy and management in August 2018 and is an environmental regulatory affairs specialist.

APUS School Counseling Alumni Network Makes Its Debut

The APUS School Counseling Alumni Network launched in May 2019. It currently has 70 members and new members are accepted throughout the year.

APUS Alumni Stories: Supervising 9-1-1 Public Safety Communications

George Long (Class of 2010 and 2012) is an assistant operations manager for the Bureau of Emergency Communications (Portland/Multnomah 9-1-1).