Monthly Archive:: April 2019

Ross Haenfler, Grinnell College – Incels

On Grinnell College Week:  Not everyone is for inclusivity. Ross Haenfler, professor of sociology, looks at

Leif Brottem, Grinnell College – The Geographical Life of West African Villages

On Grinnell College Week: What constituents a village in rural Africa? Leif Brottem, assistant professor of

Janet Gibson, Grinnell College – Humor and Human Behavior

On Grinnell College Week:  How important is a sense of humor? Janet Gibson, professor of psychology,

Grinnell College Week on The Academic Minute (2019.04.08)

Grinnell College Week on The Academic Minute 2019.04.08 Monday, April 8th Janet Gibson examines humor and

The Academic Minute for 2019.04.01-04.05

The Academic Minute from 04.01 – 04.05 Monday, April 1st Michele Gilman – University of Baltimore

Lauren Copeland, Baldwin Wallace University – Political Consumerism

Do you boycott companies for political reasons? Lauren Copeland, assistant professor of politics and global citizenship

Samantha Pettey, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – Women In Political Office

2018 was a good year for increasing the number of women in political office. Samantha Pettey,

Karen Gaffney, Raritan Valley Community College – Race As A Social Construct

Is race a social construct? Karen Gaffney, professor in the English department at Raritan Valley Community

Lauren Scharff, United States Air Force Academy – The Science of Learning

Whom do students ask for help when learning?  Other students. Lauren Scharff, professor of psychology at

Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore School of Law – Gender Pay Gap

The wage gap is still wide open. Michele Gilman, professor of law at the University Of