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Featured Scholar of the Week
Dean, School of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math
As the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math Dean, Mr. Benjamin led in the establishment of the department and its curriculum at American Public University. He’s a foremost IT and management education leader drawing on an extensive consulting career in the public and private sectors. His clients include the White House, Senate, Department of Defense, Department of Treasury, Federal Aviation Administration, and the Department of Education. Mr. Benjamin is a sitting member of the University’s Academic Integrity Committee and authored books on Java and Oracle published by Element-K and McGraw-Hill Professional.
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Each week, the APUS Scholar of the Week initiative highlights a program topic and shares thought-provoking content relevant to current industry news, trends, and world events through the professional insights and academic contributions of our faculty scholar practitioners.
Upcoming Scholars of the Week
- Dr. Linda Moynihan - Dean, School of Arts & Humanities
- Dr. Kathleen Tate - PD, Teaching
- Dan Benjamin - AVP & Dean, School of Science and Technology
- Dr. Tammy Lynn Woody - Faculty Director, School of Education
- Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm - VP, Dean of Assessment
EVP, Provost Dr. Karan Powell and VP, Institutional Research and Assessment Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm presented “Degree Qualifications Profile Framework” at the WCET Conference yesterday. Karan also chaired “Predictive Analytics” at the Academic Leadership Forum earlier this week.
Dean of Libraries Dr. Fred Stielow published “Reinventing the Library for Online Education.”
Criminal Justice faculty member Jack Bozeman presented "What we have learned from Israel about International Terrorism" at the Security Solutions International Conference on Nov. 5 in Orlando, Fla.
Transportation and Logistics faculty member Dr. Brian Galli has completed his PhD in engineering management and systems engineering at Old Dominion University.
Criminal Justice faculty member Matthew Pate presented "Social Network Analysis as a Tool for POP” at the Center for Problem Oriented Policing Annual Conference on Oct. 7 in Dayton, Ohio.
Reverse Logistics Management Program Director Dr. Oliver Hedgepeth co-published his first children’s book, “How grandma braided the rain.”
Criminal Justice faculty member Mike Pittaro is the co-author of “Crimes of the Internet.” The book has be adopted into a cybercrime course that Mike teaches at several universities.
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- Dr. Tammy Lynn Woody - School of Education
- Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm - VP, Institutional Research & Assessement
- Dr. Kathleen Tate - M.Ed. Teaching
- Dr. Linda Moynihan - School of Arts and Humanities
- Kevin Forehand - Real Estate Studies
- Terri Wilkin - Legal Studies
- Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff - School of Counseling
- Dr. Patricia Campbell - Graduate Studies
- Sheri Hernandez - Hospitality Management
- Dr. Vincent Giordano - Criminal Justice