Monthly Archive:: April 2020

Tammy Mildenstein, Cornell College – Monarch Butterfly Preservation

On Cornell College Week: The restoration of monarch butterfly populations is a vital preservation topic. Tammy

Craig Teague, Cornell College – Soft Drinks and Carbon Dioxide Emissions

On Cornell College Week: Can soft drinks help reverse climate change? Craig Teague, professor of chemistry,

Rhawn Denniston, Cornell College – Stalagmites, Monsoons and Climate Change

On Cornell College Week: We can look underground to comprehend climate change. Rhawn Denniston, professor of

Barbara Christie-Pope, Cornell College – Zebrafish and Parkinson’s Disease

On Cornell College Week:  There might not be one cure for Parkinson’s disease. Barbara Christie-Pope, professor

Tyler Carrington, Cornell College – Historical Personal Ads and Modern Dating

On Cornell College Week: The history of love is understudied. Tyler Carrington, assistant professor of German

Cornell College Week on The Academic Minute (2020.04.06)

Cornell College Week on The Academic Minute 2019.04.06 Monday, March 30th Tyler Carrington, assistant professor of

The Academic Minute for 2020.03.30-2020.04.03

The Academic Minute from 03.30 – 04.03 Monday, March 30th Bonnie A. Green – East Stroudsburg

Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders

Businesses that shift focus from transactions to relationships with stakeholders could be better off. Doug Bosse,

James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Who are the Mandaeans? James McGrath, professor of religion at Butler University, delves into this historical

Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

A better way to rid waterways of harmful PCBs could be on the way. Upal Ghosh,