Monthly Archive:: April 2017

Jason Boardman, University of Colorado Boulder – Nature or Nurture

Is it nature or nurture? Or is it both? Jason Boardman, professor of sociology at the

Ana Ines Ansaldo, University of Montreal – Benefits of Bilingualism

The benefits of bilingualism are more than once thought. Ana Inés Ansaldo, associate professor in the

Jennifer Bevan, Chapman University – Romantic Jealousy in the Digital Age

How do partners communicate about jealousy in a digital age? Jennifer Bevan, professor in the department

Lisa Wade, Occidental College – Mass Murder as a Form of Protest

Mass shootings continue to plague the country. Lisa Wade, associate professor of sociology at Occidental College,

This Week On The Academic Minute (2017.4.10)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2017.4.10 Monday, April 10th Lisa Wade of Occidental College discusses if

The Academic Minute for 2017.4.3-4.7

Academic Minute from 4.3 – 4.7 Monday, April 3rd Amy Adamczyk – John Jay College of

Oscar Vilarroya, Autonomous University of Barcelona – Pregnancy Modifies a Woman’s Brain

Pregnancy modifies a woman’s body, but how about her brain? Oscar Vilarroya, associate professor in the

Robert Brecha featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Michael Flaherty, Eckerd College – Why Time Flies or Trickles By

Is time objective or subjective? Michael Flaherty, professor of sociology at Eckerd College, discusses time and

David Ward, Pacific Lutheran University – Building Hope to Attain Goals

How do you study hope? David Ward, associate professor of marriage and family therapy at Pacific