Upcoming webinar Organization Restructuring

Our goal at AIU is to provide you all the tools to become the most well rounded AIU Alumni.  We proudly present weekly webinars that are streamed live for you to participate ranging from Psychology, to science, business and everything in-between so you graduate with a multi-disciplinary scope. Presenters range from AIU Advisors to AIU Alumni, with presentations in all AIU schools.

 

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We always provide you, our student, the resources to complete your Doctorate degree in the time you want.  Webinars are also saved in your student section to be viewed and used for credits. To view this and all webinars please log into your student page and click on the left hand side menu AIU Webinar Rooms

 

Upcoming webinar on Thursday March 26th at 3pm EST Organization Restructuring.

 

The highlighted webinar is now available for streaming and available in your student platform, Doing Citations & Bibliography with Word, presented by Dr. Edward Lambert. (Click on title link to watch webinar. You may have to login to your student section first.) This webinar should be watched by all students to learn how to do bibliography easily and correctly.

 

Convert these webinars into credits by creating an essay based on the presentation. Submit your essay within 3 days. Graduation is closer than you think, keep active!

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