Monthly Archive:: June 2017

Dae-Young Kim, University of Missouri – Server Perceptions and Tipping

Are you a big tipper? Dae-Young Kim, associate professor of hospitality management at the University of

Richard Sadler, Michigan State University – Fighting Rust Belt Blight

How do you fight abandonment in the Rust Belt? Richard Sadler, assistant professor in the Department

This Week On The Academic Minute (2017.6.26)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2017.6.26 Monday, June 26th Richard Sadler of Michigan State University

The Academic Minute for 2017.6.19-6.23

Academic Minute from 6.19 – 6.23 Monday, June 19th Matthew Pase – Boston University Diet Soda

Pascal Wallisch, New York University – Predicting Movie Taste

No one agrees on their favorite movies, so be careful where you look for recommendations. Pascal

Deborah Y. Cohn featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

Noelle Nelson, University of Kansas – Working Memory and Satiation

Some of us can get tired of a song quickly, while others listen over and over

Colin Camerer, California Institute of Technology – Testosterone

Does testosterone increase mental mistakes? Colin Camerer, professor of behavioral economics at the California University of

Joseph Bennett, Carleton University – De-Extinction

Should we bring species back from extinction? Joseph Bennett, assistant professor and conservation biologist at Carleton

Matthew Pase, Boston University – Diet Soda and Accelerated Brain Aging

Put down the diet soda. Matthew Pase, fellow in the department of neurology at the Boston