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Planning to take one class, Dunno stayed on to earn an APU degree. Then another.

Bobby Dunno

By Christy Hanson APU website intern A self-proclaimed “small-town guy,” Bobby Dunno of Seward credits APU for helping adult … Read On

Thiru and Krupa are among invited presenters on change in higher education

Yaso Thiru, APU associate professor of accounting and management, teamed with APU Assistant Professor Meagan Krupa for an invited … Read On

Spreadsheet risk modeling is focus of new text by APU’s Lehman

Dale Lehman

Economics professor Dale Lehman has co-authored a textbook in risk analytics, a rapidly developing field with potential to refine decision … Read On

APU adds international scholar Babu George to MBA faculty

A trans-disciplinary researcher with an interest in service-sector consumer behavior, Babu George, Ph.D., has joined the Alaska Pacific … Read On

A Tale of 3 Continents

I’ve just spent a week in Europe and it got me thinking of the similar, but different, economic troubles facing the major world economies. … Read On

Market Volatility and the Flight to Quality

When fear grips investors and money flows out of the stock market, it flows into the Treasury Bond market in a flight to quality. The result … Read On

From Tim Geithner: What the world must do to boost growth

The US Treasury Secretary suggests that the world must do three things to boost growth: 1. US should act to strengthen growth and … Read On

Here is a good description of what is going on

I found this to be a clear and insightful column on the economics of the Federal Budget: … Read On

DJIA or Fear Index?

Dow Jones Industrial average is jittery. So what does this mean? The media would tell you that the markets are jittery because S&P … Read On

The Debt Ceiling – beyond the media hysteria

The media loves politics, especially presidential election politics, so the frenzy about the debt ceiling is not surprising. But, beyond the … Read On