Growing out of asymmetric warfare—thanks to advances in technologies—is the cyber battlefield in which sensitive infrastructures are compromised or destroyed by belligerents. Pick up any newspaper or reputable internet news site, and one will read about a blatant cyberattack on a financial institution, a governmental agency, or even the Pentagon.
Currently, the U.S. Army Cyber Command’s... Continue Reading
What is our true potential? Do we know where life is going to take us?
While it’s hard to see the future, we’ll never know what our future holds if we don’t take that first step.
The first step takes courage. It’s a step into the unknown, the start of a journey into unknown territory. It’s easy... Continue Reading
This is a companion blog to \"Communicating Your Professional and Scholarly Work with the Media,\" part of the Culture of Research & Education (C.O.R.E.) webinar series.
The true power of scholarly research is realized when it is exposed to the general public. If you’re presented with an opportunity to discuss your research with... Continue Reading
“Our Nation is free because of brave Americans, who volunteered to confront our adversaries abroad so we do not have to face them here at home, and I believe it is our responsibility as Americans to preserve the memory of our fallen.”
- CSM(R) Philip F. Johndrow
What do a lot of Americans think of when they... Continue Reading
When someone talks about being a military brat or angel, it does not mean that they have lived a life of luxury. Rather, this is a child of someone who is proudly serving in the United States military, and it’s a child who has made his or her own sacrifices.
Many may envy a military child... Continue Reading
Whether it’s in class or during data collection for research, remember the basic principles of statistics no matter which statistical test you are learning or applying:
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Dr. David Nadler earned a Ph.D. in Health Sciences degree from Trident, graduating in 2013. According to David, obtaining a doctorate was integral to his career for a number of reasons. In addition to teaching at the university level, scholarly research was something that was key to him as he grew... Continue Reading
Do you have what it takes to be successful in the College of Business Administration’s doctoral program? Pursuing a doctorate is a commitment in both time and money and you will likely want to make the most of the experience. Key factors like motivation and time management will help you guide yourself through a successful... Continue Reading
Are you considering a Master of Science in Health Sciences with a Global Health Security concentration at Trident University? How is this degree the right fit?
During your time as a student, you’ll learn about:
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