Monthly Archive:: May 2019

Jessica Henry, Montclair State University – Forensic Misconduct

Forensic sciences still has a fallibility – people. Jessica Henry, associate professor in the department of

Rachel Plotnick, Indiana University – Pushing Buttons

Do you like pushing buttons? Rachel Plotnick, assistant professor of cinema and media studies at Indiana

Travis Fox, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY – Drones

Some stories in the news can give drones a bad reputation. Travis Fox, professor of journalism

Stephanie Carr, Hartwick College – Microbes

Microbes are a rich area of study. Stephanie Carr, assistant professor of biology at Hartwick College,

Lorie Vanchena, University of Kansas – World War I Poetry

We’ve seen and heard a lot of stories from WWII – but what about WWI? Lorie

This Week on The Academic Minute (2019.05.27)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.05.27 Monday, May 27th Lorie Vanchena of the University of

The Academic Minute for 2019.05.20-05.24

The Academic Minute from 05.20 – 05.24 Monday, May 20th Ken Joseph – University at Buffalo

Christopher Fee, Gettysburg College – Perceptions of the Vikings

Are we romanticizing the Vikings too much in popular culture­? Christopher Fee, professor in the English

Allan Rachlin, Franklin Pierce University – American’s Quality of Life

Americans donate the most to charity. Allan Rachlin, associate professor of sociology at Franklin Pierce University,

Stephanie Jones, Harvard University – Early Childhood Care

Early childhood care is vital. Stephanie Jones, professor in early childhood development at Harvard University, looks