Monthly Archive:: October 2016

Charles Sohaskey, Chapman University – Vampires and Tuberculosis

This Halloween, be on the lookout for vampires – and tuberculosis. Charles Sohaskey, post-doctoral research faculty

Jeremy Wells, Roger Williams University – Haunted Houses

Is this place haunted? Jeremy Wells, assistant professor of historic preservation at Roger Williams University, delves

This Week On The Academic Minute (2016.10.31)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2016.10.31 Monday, October 31st Charles Sohaskey of Chapman University explores

The Academic Minute for 2016.10.24-10.28

Academic Minute from 10.24 – 10.28 Monday, October 24th Corey Seemiller – Wright State University Young

Stephen Lind, Washington and Lee University – The Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin and Charlie Brown are part of Halloween. Stephen Lind, assistant professor of business

Natasha Rajah featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Matthew Moen, University of South Dakota – Civility in Politics

Political discussions are often uncivil. Matthew Moen, professor of political science at the University of South

Amy Bree Becker, Loyola University Maryland – Political Comedy

Do we learn more about politics through comedy shows? Amy Bree Becker, assistant professor in the

Jack Rakove, Stanford University – Executive Power and the Electoral College

How did the Electoral College come to be? Jack Rakove, professor of history and political science

Corey Seemiller, Wright State University – Young Voters

Will young voters help decide this election? Corey Seemiller, assistant professor in organizational leadership at Wright