Monthly Archive:: November 2018

Alexandra Kosiba, University of Vermont – The Rebound of the Red Spruce

The red spruce is coming back to the Northeastern United States. Alexandra Kosiba, researcher in the

Loren Toussaint, Luther College – Forgiveness

Want to reduce your stress?  Try forgiveness. Loren Toussaint, professor of psychology at Luther College, explains

Douglas McKechnie, United States Air Force Academy – Government and Social Media

The government is now a troll on social media. Douglas McKechnie, associate professor of law at

Sean Gerrity, Hostos Community College – Maroons

Not all enslaved people fled to the North. Sean Gerrity, assistant professor of English at Hostos

John Heitmann, University of Dayton – Cars and Government Regulations

Americans have long had a love affair with the automobile. John Heitmann, professor of history at

This Week on The Academic Minute (2018.11.26)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2018.11.26 Monday, November 26th John Heitmann of the University of

The Academic Minute for 2018.11.19-11.23

  Academic Minute from 11.19 – 11.23 Monday, November 19th Alison Bryant Ludden – College of

Jing Hu, University of Toronto – Two Ways of Time Estimation

There is more than one way to think of time. Jing Hu, Ph.D. student in Organizational

Rocco Porreca, Newbury College – Future of Football

The NFL’s profits may be booming, but a reduction in youth players is also looming. Rocco

Ranjit Dighe, SUNY Oswego – Bland Beer

Ready to belly up to the bar for another bland beer? Ranjit Dighe, professor in the