Monthly Archive:: August 2017

Jessica Fish, University of Texas at Austin – Mischievous Teens

Can teens be trusted to report truthfully on a scientific study? Jessica Fish, postdoctoral fellow at

Jay Pasachoff, Williams College – Total Solar Eclipse

A total solar eclipse is coming this summer to the U.S. Jay Pasachoff, professor of astronomy

This Week on The Academic Minute (2017.8.21)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2017.8.21 Monday, August 21st Jay Pasachoff of Williams College discusses

The Academic Minute for 2017.8.14-8.18

Academic Minute from 8.14 – 8.18 Monday, August 14th Donald Schaffner – Rutgers University Hand Washing

Teresa Gonzales, Knox College – Play and Public Space

Are you getting enough play time? Teresa Gonzales, assistant professor of sociology at Knox College, explores

Laura Van Berkel, University of Cologne – Men and Masculinity are Seen as American

Is America seen as a masculine country? Laura Van Berkel, post-doctoral researcher at the University of

Jessica Oster, Vanderbilt University – Caves Hold Clues to Climate Change

Climate change doesn’t always happen over a long period of time. Jessica Oster, assistant professor in

Brock Bastian, University of Melbourne – Is the Search for Happiness Causing Depression?

Our search for happiness might be leading to depression. Brock Bastian, associate professor in the school

Donald Schaffner, Rutgers University – Hand Washing

How much lather time is enough for washing your hands? Donald Schaffner, professor in the department

This Week on The Academic Minute (2017.8.14)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2017.8.14 Monday, August 14th Donald Schaffner of Rutgers University discusses