Monthly Archive:: February 2019

David Olson, University of California Davis – Psychedelics as Treatment for Depression

LSD could be your future treatment for depression. David E. Olson, assistant professor in the Department

Frans von der Dunk, University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Rights to the Moon

Will we go to war over the moon? Frans von der Dunk, professor of space law

Jennifer Harman, Colorado State University – Parental Alienation

Parental alienation can have long term consequences. Jennifer Harman, associate professor of psychology at Colorado State

Kurt Amsler, New York Institute of Technology – Averting the Imminent Physician-Scientist Shortage

Medical innovations are on a downward trend. Kurt Amsler, professor of biomedical sciences at the New

Alicia Simmons, Colgate University – Politicians and Dissent

Want to ask a politician a tough question?  Good luck. Alicia Simmons, associate professor of sociology

This Week on The Academic Minute (2019.02.18)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.02.18 Monday, February 18th Alicia Simmons of Colgate University explores

The Academic Minute for 2019.02.11-02.15 – Arcadia University Week

Academic Minute from 02.11 – 02.15 Monday, February 11th Jill Pederson – Aracdia University Understanding Authorship

Kalenda Eaton, Arcadia University – Remembering Black Freedom in the Western Hemisphere

On Arcadia University Week: Each community reflects on the freedom of enslaved people differently. Kalenda Eaton,

Warren Haffar, Arcadia University – Mental Mapping in Divided Societies

On Arcadia University Week: Removing physical barriers doesn’t always alleviate social ones. Warren Haffar, professor of

Bruce Campbell, Arcadia University – Music, Social Justice and Leadership

On Arcadia University Week: Want to become a better leader? Put social justice in your headphones.