Monthly Archive:: January 2018

Jenna Gallegos, Colorado State University – Cyberbiosecurity

Can someone hack DNA? Jenna Gallegos, post-doctoral researcher in chemical and biological engineering at Colorado State

Rachel Perry, Yale University – Treating Type Two Diabetes

What is the best way to treat Type 2 diabetes? Rachel Perry, associate research scientist at

Chelsea Good Abbas, Widener University – What Happens in Latin American when the U.S. Tightens its Borders

What happens in Latin America when the U.S. tightens its borders? Chelsea Good Abbas, instructor of

This Week on The Academic Minute (2018.01.29)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2018.01.29 Monday, January 29th Chelsea Good Abbas of Widener University

The Academic Minute for 2018.01.22-01.26

  Academic Minute from 1.22 – 1.26 Monday, January 22nd Alex Maier – Vanderbilt University Mind’s

Radoslaw Nowak, New York Institute of Technology – Employee Empowerment and Corporate Change

The larger a company gets, the more problems arise. Radoslaw Nowak, assistant professor of HR management

William McKeen, Boston University – Charles Manson and the American Dream

We all want the American Dream. William McKeen, professor of journalism at Boston University, discusses the

Austin Sarat, Amherst College – Lying to Government Officials

Do not lie to government officials. Austin Sarat, professor of jurisprudence and political science at Amherst

Stacey Havlik, Villanova University – Homeless Students

Homeless students may be hiding in plain sight. Stacey Havlik, assistant professor in the department of

Alex Maier, Vanderbilt University – Mind’s Eye Blink

Does your mind’s eye blink? Alex Maier, assistant professor of psychology at Vanderbilt University, discusses this