Community of Scholars
Featured Scholar of the Week
VP, Dean of Library and Educational Materialn
Dr. Fred Stielow heads APUS’s Classroom/Research Information Services (CRIS). His efforts feature an effective redefinition of the Academic library for the Web—including proactive support for the classroom, the field’s outstanding corps of online librarians, and unprecedented growth in usage.
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. Conrad J. Lotze - Dean, School of Education
- William Owen - PD, Mathematics
- Dr. Fred Stielow - VP, Dean of Library and Educational Material
- Dr. Kathleen Irwin - PD, Business Administration
- Dr. Carol Passman - PD, Psychology
School of Business Faculty Director Dr. Suzanne Minarcine presented “The Importance of Research and International Collaboration in the Improvement and Empowerment of Targeted Communities in Afghanistan: A Case Study” at the Academic Business World Conference in Nashville, TN last month.
Program Director, Child & Family Development Dr. Nancy Heath will present "Teaching Family Policy, From High School to Grad School to Cyber School" at the National Council on Family Relations 75th Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX in November.
School of Security and Global Studies faculty member Philip Fellman was appointed as Special Advisor for Counter-Terrorism to InterPortPolice.
Education faculty member Dr. Erik Hines co-published “Parental Characteristics, Ecological Factors, and the Academic Achievement of African American Males,” for the Journal of Counseling & Development.
Military Studies faculty member Dr. Martin Catino will present “Ho Chi Minh: America's Most Capable Foe" at The Vietnam Era Conference on June 13.
Management professor Dr. Larry Flegle and Arts & Humanities professor Janice Flegle presented “Coach or Cop: Managing Distance Learning Outcomes " at The Distance Learning Administration Conference in Jekyll Island, GA on June 5.
Sociology faculty member Dr. Jennifer Cramer co-wrote "Variation in scrotal color among widely distributed vervet monkey populations” for American Journal of Primatology.
- Dr. Kathleen Irwin - Business Administration
- Dr. Fred Stielow - Library Sciences
- Dr. Conrad Lotze - School of Education
- William J. Owen - Mathematics
- Dr. Carol Pollio - Environmental Science
- Terri Wilkin - Emergency and Disaster Management
- Dr. William Whitley - Accounting and Finance
- Dr. Nancy Heath - Child and Family Development
- Dr. Chad Patrizi - Business and Management
- Dr. Elena Mastors - School of Security and Global Studies