Monthly Archive:: May 2018

Kiran Balagani, New York Institute of Technology – Biometrics and Mobile Device Security

On New York Institute of Technology Week: Increased security for smartphones is hard to come by

Joanne Donoghue, New York Institute of Technology – Female Runners and Metabolism

On New York Institute of Technology Week:  Eat less and exercise more?  Not always. Joanne Donoghue,

Jeffrey Raven, New York Institute of Technology – Curbing Climate Change

On New York Institute of Technology Week: We need to design cities for a warming climate.

Emily Restivo, New York Institute of Technology – Juveniles and the Prison System

On New York Institute of Technology Week: Solitary confinement has wide ranging effects on young adults.

New York Institute of Technology Week on The Academic Minute (2018.05.28)

NYIT Week on The Academic Minute 2018.05.28 Monday, May 28th Emily Restivo of the New York

The Academic Minute for 2018.05.21-05.25

  Academic Minute from 5.21 – 5.25 Monday, May 21st Lisa Stegall – Hamline University Moving

Beverly Thompson featured on The Best of our Knowledge

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

Kaitlin Woolley, Cornell University – Information Avoidance

When making a decision, do you follow your heart, or your head? Kaitlin Woolley, assistant professor

Natalie Sarrazin, SUNY Brockport – Do Indians Care About Western Music?

Western music has an interesting position in Indian society. Natalie Sarrazin, associate professor of ethnomusicology and

Ryan Skinnell, San Jose State University – What Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald Trump

Persuasion plays a big part in our elections. Ryan Skinnell, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition