Monthly Archive:: November 2018

Kerri Lesh, University of Nevada, Reno – Txakolina

Can you define a wine by the people who make it? Today on The Academic Minute:

Alison Bryant Ludden, College of the Holy Cross – Teens and Caffeine

Is caffeine bad for teens? Alison Bryant Ludden, associate professor of psychology at the College of

This Week on The Academic Minute (2018.11.19)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2018.11.19 Monday, November 19th Alison Bryant Ludden of the College

The Academic Minute for 2018.11.12-11.16

  Academic Minute from 11.12 – 11.16 Monday, November 12th Kirsten Read – Santa Clara University

Erin O’Mara, University of Dayton – Bragging and Modesty on Social Media

Social media gives a big opportunity to brag about yourself.  But should you? Erin O’Mara, associate

Kate Sims, Amherst College – Land Conservation

Money may be the root of all evil, but it can also be used for good.

Tim Clydesdale, The College of New Jersey – Purposeful Learning

Having a purpose is a great first step for college graduates. Tim Clydesdale, professor of sociology

Kelsey Lucca, University of Washington – Infant’s Persistence

How do you find out what infants do and do not know? Kelsey Lucca, postdoctoral researcher

Kirsten Read, Santa Clara University – Effect of Rhyming Books on Children’s Vocabularies

Making a rhyme every time is great for children’s minds. Kirsten Read, assistant professor of psychology

This Week on The Academic Minute (2018.11.12)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2018.11.12 Monday, November 12th Kirsten Read of Santa Clara University