Monthly Archive:: September 2017

Tricia Seifert, Montana State University – College Student Success

The path to success for college students is a well-traveled one – graduate and find a

J. Michael Rifenburg, University of North Georgia – Educating Student Athletes

How can we better educate student athletes? J. Michael Rifenburg, associate professor of English at the

Stephanie Blackmon, College of William & Mary – MOOCs

What are MOOCs? Stephanie Blackmon, assistant professor of higher education at the College of William &

This Week on The Academic Minute (2017.9.11) – BACK TO SCHOOL WEEK

This Week on The Academic Minute 2017.9.11 Monday, September 11th Stephanie Blackmon of the College of

The Academic Minute for 2017.9.4-9.8 – JOBS WEEK

Academic Minute from 9.4- 9.8 Monday, September 4th Sarah Moore – University of Puget Sound Millennial

Bella DePaulo featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

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

David Zonderman, North Carolina State University – Labor Unions

We hear a lot of negative news about labor unions. David Zonderman, professor of history at

Kacey Beddoes, University of Massachusetts Lowell – Wage Gap

Do women negotiate for higher salaries at the same rate as men? Kacey Beddoes, assistant professor

Kimberly Merriman, University of Massachusetts Lowell – Gig Work

Temporary workers are playing a bigger part in our economy. Kimberly Merriman, associate professor in the

Kevin LaGrandeur, New York Institute of Technology – A.I. Taking Jobs

The robots are coming for our jobs. Kevin LaGrandeur, professor in the department of English at