/ Daniel Karell/ Criminal Justice

5 Famous Court Cases

Much like a car crash, Americans can’t help but “rubberneck” to watch a high-profile court case. The United States has a unique fascination with true crime and criminal cases. The response to TV viewer ratings for the O.J. Simpson trial in 1995 spawned network shows like The Practice, Boston Legal, NCIS and drove up ratings… Read more »

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America’s Golden Age of Radio

During the 1930s, Americans’ main method of escape from war and poverty was radio. From thrilling mysteries to international news coverage, radio entertained and informed the American population like never before. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest America’s Golden Age of Radio The Radio Boom The number of households… Read more »

/ Brian Neese/ Criminal Justice

A Primer to Psychological Theories of Crime

A major emphasis in criminology — the study of crime and criminals — is why people commit crimes. Social and psychological theories of crime are two of the most common perspectives of how criminal activity develops. Psychological theories of crime have been influential in shaping the way society thinks about crime and delinquency and in… Read more »

/ Daniel Karell/ Business

4 Types of Organizational Structures

What does it take for companies and organizations to be successful? There are many answers to that question. Some would say it’s having an effective mission; others would say it’s selling a product or service that’s in high demand. Ultimately, it’s a company’s organizational structure that helps determine success. An organizational structure is defined as “a… Read more »

/ Daniel Karell/ Business, Education

How to Become a Corporate Trainer

Do you enjoy teaching adults and have great interpersonal skills? Then a job as a corporate trainer may be for you. Corporate trainers are human resource specialists who help improve employees’ skills. Many corporations see the value in keeping their employees happy, as well as developing their abilities — and that’s where corporate trainers come… Read more »

/ admin/ Public Relations and Advertising

Ringing in the New Year: A Look at Resolutions

It’s been 40 days since New Year’s Day. Have you been keeping up with your resolution? According to U.S. News, approximately 80% of resolutions fail by the second week of February. Take a look at our infographic to explore the most common resolutions and why most people can’t seem to follow through.  Share on Facebook Share on Twitter… Read more »

/ Daniel Karell/ Education

What’s Different About Teaching Adults?

Adult students have unique needs compared to traditional-aged students, meaning teachers and educators must focus on different aspects of teaching to effectively achieve solid learning outcomes. Plus, the National Center for Education Statistics projects that the number of students 25 and older will grow to 8.8 million by 2026, up from 8.1 million in 2015, making… Read more »

/ Daniel Karell/ Communication

Gender Differences in Communication Styles

It’s been said that men and women are so different, they must be from different planets. John Gray’s famous book, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, popularized this theory through the title alone, even with tongue planted firmly in cheek. In reality, we all come from Earth, but men and women do have… Read more »

/ Daniel Karell/ Communication

Creating Shared Meaning: The Communication Process

Have you ever thought about the way we speak to one another, or how we communicate as a society? If we break it down to its simplest form, communication is simply a process where a message is transmitted or ideas are exchanged between the communicator and the recipient. The communication process uses a medium to… Read more »