Monthly Archive:: October 2018

John Loike, Touro College – Xenotransplantation

Animals may help us bridge the organ donation gap. John Loike, professor of biology at Touro

Ken Gobbo, Landmark College – Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity is a growing social movement. Ken Gobbo, professor of psychology at Landmark College, discusses this

Minita Sanghvi, Skidmore College – Gender and Biases in Politics

Women in politics face a wide swath of biases. Minita Sanghvi, Assistant Professor in Management and

This Week on The Academic Minute (2018.10.29)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2018.10.29 Monday, October 29th Minita Sanghvi of Skidmore College examines

The Academic Minute for 2018.10.22-10.26

  Academic Minute from 10.22 – 10.26 Monday, October 22nd Ashley Taylor – Colgate University Intellectual

Joseph Ferrari, DePaul University – Procrastination

Everyone procrastinates, but not everyone is a procrastinator. Joseph Ferrari, professor of psychology at DePaul University,

Sheila Molony, Quinnipiac University – Improving the Lives of People with Dementia

The feeling of home is critical to patients transitioning to an assisted living facility. Sheila Molony,

Suman Seth, Cornell University – Seasoning Sickness

Are you seasoned? Suman Seth, professor in the department of science & technology studies at Cornell

Joe Erlichman, St. Lawrence University – Cerium Dioxide Nanoparticles

A new treatment for ALS could be on the way. Joe Erlichman, professor and chair of

Ashley Taylor, Colgate University – Intellectual Disability and the Production of Knowledge

Who can be a producer of knowledge? Ashley Taylor, assistant professor of educational studies at Colgate