Monthly Archive:: October 2019

JJ Ruscella, Shenandoah University – Virtual Reality and Job Interviews

Virtual reality isn’t just for gaming. J.J. Ruscella, associate professor of theater at Shenandoah University, logs

Thomas Adam, University of Texas at Arlington – From Public Good to Personal Pursuit

A college education used to be free. Thomas Adam, professor of transnational history at the University

Lee Farquhar, Butler University – Happiness, Life Satisfaction, and Comparing Oneself to Others on Facebook

Social media matters in our happiness, whether we like it or not. Lee Farquhar, associate professor

Steve Joordens, University of Toronto Scarborough – Peer Assessment

You’ve got to think for yourself. Steve Joordens, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto

Megan Gerhardt, Miami University – Managing Generation Differences in the Workplace

Diversity in an organization doesn’t just mean race or gender. Megan Gerhardt, professor of management and

This Week on The Academic Minute (2019.10.14)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.10.14 Monday, October 14th Megan Gerhardt of Miami University discusses

The Academic Minute for 2019.10.07-10.11

The Academic Minute from 10.07 – 10.11 Monday, October 7th Camilla Nonterah – University of Richmond

Stephen Nash, University of Richmond – Threats To National Parks

On University of Richmond Week: Our national parks face many threats. Stephen Nash, visiting senior research

Monti Datta, University of Richmond – How Many People Are Enslaved Today?

On University of Richmond Week: How many people are enslaved today? Monti Datta, associate professor of

Jack Singal, University of Richmond – Moon Landings

On University of Richmond Week: 50 years ago we shot the moon. Jack Singal, professor of