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wolf

How Have Humans Impacted Red Wolves? Information to Know

Dr. Suzanne Agan
How have humans impacted Red Wolves? The answer to that question involves a much deeper response than just the last few years involving the loss of Red Wolves.
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origins of the universe

Origin of the Universe: How Did It Begin and How Will It End?

Dr. Gary L. Deel
The mysteries surrounding the origin of the universe have captivated our minds for ages, sparking curiosity and contemplation across different eras.
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why should we explore space

Why Should We Explore Space? What Are the Benefits for Us?

Dr. Gary L. Deel
In today’s world, the question of why we should embark on space exploration voyages goes beyond mere curiosity.
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endangered red wolves

Why Is the Red Wolf Endangered? How We Can Fix This Problem

Dr. Suzanne Agan
In this article, Dr. Suzanne Agan reviews the drastic decline of the red wolf population and what modern-day conservation efforts are doing to save this endangered species.
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data science and applications: extracting insights

Data Science and Applications: Extracting Insights

Dr. Frank Appiah
From machine learning models to augmented reality and computer vision technology - today, data science approaches a brave new world.
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time management

Time Management for Students: Tips for Maintaining Balance

Dr. Robert Gordon, CPC
Time management strategies can be challenging for students. Discover strategies for academic success with this guide on time management for students.
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Inflatable Lunar-Martian Analog Habitat

Faculty and Students Participate in UND’s ILMAH X (Part 1)

Dr. Kristen Miller
This article details the experience, activities and research of four APU community members who took part in an analog mission for the University’s chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
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space research team

Space Research: AARG Successfully Completes a Third Mission

Dr. Kristen Miller
During the fall of 2022, the American Public University System Analog Research Group (AARG) completed its third space research mission. This article provides an overview of the mission, which was a terrestrial simulation designed to mimic life in space.
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math-and-science-exploring-STEM

Students Become Analog Astronauts, Conduct Space Research

Dr. Gary L. Deel
What is it like to be an astronaut living in space? In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to graduate student Scott Van Hoy about his experience as an analog astronaut and his research into space human factors including psychological and physiological impacts.
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nuclear fusion

Successful Nuclear Fusion Test Teases an Energy Revolution

Dr. Gary L. Deel
The use of fossil fuels to satisfy our energy needs is causing a significant change to our global climate. In this article, Dr. Gary L. Deel and J.J. Mara discuss a promising future for clean energy.
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math-and-science-exploring-STEM

Space Studies: Benefits of Team-Based Research Experience

Dr. Bjorn Mercer
Now is an exciting time to study space, thanks to the development of powerful instruments and technologies. In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to Space Studies professor Dr. Kristen Miller about the skills needed in the space field including mathematics, physics and team-based research experience.
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climate change

Local, Daily Actions Can Influence Climate Change (Part 1)

Dr. Kristin Drexler
Climate is one of the biggest planetary challenges today. In this article, Dr. Drexler discusses how we can create a different future if we take local action and act collectively to make meaningful, positive steps to respond to climate change.
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