Monthly Archive:: April 2019

Marlene Daut, University of Virginia – Constitutional History of Haiti

The history of Haiti may surprise you. Marlene Daut, associate professor of African diaspora studies at

Anne Roschelle, SUNY New Paltz – The Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

We’ve all heard about the fate of the children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Anne Roschelle, professor

This Week on The Academic Minute (2019.04.29)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.04.29 Monday, April 29th Anne Roschelle of SUNY New Paltz

The Academic Minute for 2019.04.22-04.26

The Academic Minute from 04.22 – 04.26 Monday, April 22nd Chad Painter – University of Dayton

Jia Wang, University of Dayton – Economic Development Incentives

On University of Dayton Week: Does incentive spending really take from the rich and give to

Julie Walsh-Messinger, University of Dayton – Understanding Schizophrenia Through Smell

On University of Dayton Week: The nose may help us understand more about schizophrenia. Julie Walsh-Messinger,

Martha Hurley, University of Dayton – Elderly Inmates

On University of Dayton Week:Β  How should we care for elderly inmates? Martha Hurley, professor of

Scott Hall, University of Dayton – Emotional Well-Being of Patients

On University of Dayton Week:Β  Healthcare shouldn’t be limited to physical ailments. Scott Hall, professor of

Chad Painter, University of Dayton – Newspaper Coverage of Opioid Addiction

On University of Dayton Week: How newspapers report on an issue can have a big impact.

University of Dayton Week on The Academic Minute (2019.04.22)

University of Dayton Week on The Academic Minute 2019.04.22 Monday, April 22nd Chad Painter examines newspaper