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Online Career TipsForensic Science Careers Start with Case-Based Learning
Case-based learning has proven to engage students and builds student confidence in their ability to pursue forensic science careers.

EDM DigestEDM Friday Briefing: Winter Storm May Drop Two Feet of Snow on New England
EDM Friday Briefing: A winter storm moving eastward is likely to dump up to 2 feet of snow on New England by Sunday – and other news.

In MilitaryEntrepreneur Series: Selling Happiness in a Bottle
What is that magical quality that veterans, almost exclusively, possess to see a problem from odd angles and devise an ingenious solution?

In Public SafetyHow Intervention Teams Respond to Reports of Concerning Behavior

By Jon Hager

When college behavioral intervention teams review reports of concerning behavior, there are several courses of action they can take. Learn how intervention teams make decisions on how to respond to low and high level threats.


In MilitaryWhy The Pentagon's Missile Defense Plan Leaves The U.S. Unprotected From Russian Nuclear Attack
This is the day that President Trump unveils the Pentagon’s long-delayed plan for defending the United States against attack by missiles carrying nuclear warheads.

In MilitaryDeadly Nairobi attack comes as U.S. military ramps up airstrikes against al-Shabab in Somalia
When the Somali extremist group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for this week's 19-hour siege of a Nairobi complex that left at least 21 dead, it said the attack was "a response to the witless remarks of U.S. president, Donald Trump, and his declaration of al-Quds [Jerusalem] as the capital of Israel."

In MilitaryDeadly Syria attack deepens anxiety about Trump’s drawdown plan
The deaths of four Americans in a suicide attack in Syria this week has intensified the military's concern that the Islamic State may step up attacks on U.S. forces to score a propaganda victory as the Trump administration withdraws.

In MilitaryIt’s not just ISIS. Many terrorist groups have been declared dead — only to rise again.
When political leaders have announced the defeat of terrorist groups in the past, a certain degree of skepticism often would have been warranted.

In MilitaryHow U.S. surveillance technology is propping up authoritarian regimes
NSO Group, an Israeli cyberintelligence firm, makes spyware that it sells to a variety of government clients around the world.

EDM DigestThe Best Rx For Teens Addicted To Vaping? No One Knows
Teen vaping is an epidemic that now affects some 3.6 million underage users. But no one knows the best way to help teenagers who are addicted to nicotine.