Monthly Archive:: January 2020

Chris Dulla, Tufts University – Ketogenic Diet and Brain Health

Can your diet help with recovery from a traumatic brain injury? Chris Dulla, associate professor of

Takeru Igusa, Johns Hopkins University – The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles

Self-driving cars might not be a boon to everyone. Tak Igusa, professor of civil and systems

Lisa Koops, Case Western Reserve University – Parenting Musically

There’s no one right way to parent musically. Lisa Koops, professor of music education at Case

Hala ElAarag, Stetson University – Transmission Control Protocols

Our most common internet transfer protocols could use an update. Hala ElAarag, professor of computer science

Kevin Cokley, University of Texas at Austin – Impostor Syndrome

Do you feel like a phony? Kevin Cokley, distinguished teaching professor at the University of Texas

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.01.27)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week on The Academic Minute 2019.01.27 Monday, January 27th Kevin Cokley of the

The Academic Minute for 2020.01.20-2020.01.24

The Academic Minute from 01.20 – 01.24 Monday, January 20th Art Heinricher – Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Kent Rissmiller, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Preparing Students with a Project-Based Curriculum

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week: Project-based learning can set students up for success outside of school.

Kristin Wobbe, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Project-Based Learning in the First Year

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week: Students shouldn’t wait for project learning in higher education. Kristin Wobbe,

Geoff Pfeifer, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Inclusion and Equity in Student Project Teams

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week:Β  Not everyone likes team projects in college classes. Geoff Pfeifer, associate