Monthly Archive:: January 2015

David Zweig, University of Toronto Scarborough – Knowledge Hiding

The hiding of information and knowledge can prove disastrous. David Zweig, an associate professor of organizational

Kit Wesler, Murray State University – Archaeological Climate Perspectives

Interdisciplinary studies can provide insights heretofore unexamined. Kit Wesler, a professor of archaeology at Murray State

Mike Allison featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our

Brian Balin, PCOM – Alzheimer’s Risk Factors

We’re learning more and more about Alzheimer’s disease. Some of that good work is being done

Lucy Thairu, Stanford University – Infant Mortality in Africa

As it continues to be an issue worldwide, a great deal has been written about infant

2015 AAC&U Conference

If you attended the 2015 annual conference of the Association of American Colleges & Universities, you

Stacy Tye-Williams, Iowa State – Workplace Bullies

Bullying has never been limited to the schoolyard. Stacy Tye-Williams, professor of communication studies and English

2015.1.26 – This Week on The Academic Minute

Monday, January 26 Stacy Tye-Williams of Iowa State University analyzes instances of workplace bullying. Tuesday, January

Dennis Wolan, Scripps Research Institute – Microbiotic Biology

There’s a lot of stuff happening in the human gut! Dennis Wolan, an assistant professor in

Tim Mousseau, University of South Carolina – Radioactive Environments

Nuclear disasters, naturally, affect the life in the surrounding areas. Tim Mousseau, a biologist at the