Monthly Archive:: July 2015

Neel Smith, Holy Cross – Digital Research

Everything is going digital! Neel Smith, professor of classics at College of the Holy Cross, discusses

Larry Stevens featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Megan Gilligan, Iowa State – Maternal Estrangement

An often overlooked segment of family research deals with maternal estrangement. Research from Megan Gilligan, professor

Jeffrey Hall, University of Kansas – Flirtatious Miscommunication

Can you easily tell when someone is flirting with you? Jeffrey Hall, professor of communication studies

Aron Stubbins, UGeorgia – Permafrost Melt Water Testing

Testing the melting permafrost of the Arctic is helping researchers learn more about climate change. Aron

Diane Peters, Kettering University – Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars are almost a reality. Diane Peters, a mechanical engineer at Kettering University, is working

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.7.27)

This Week on The Academic MinuteĀ (2015.7.27) Monday, July 27 Diane Peters of Kettering University discusses her

The Academic Minute for 2015.7.20 – 7.24

Catch up with The Academic Minute from 7.20- 7.24 Monday, July 20 Jean M. Twenge –

Douglas Bruster, UT Austin – Shakespeare’s Brand

  We’re still making discoveries about Shakespeare! Douglas Bruster, a professor of American and English literature

Jeffrey Kappen, Drake University – Middle East Economics

The next big economic power might not be where you’d expect it. Jeffrey Kappen, international business