Monthly Archive:: May 2020

The Academic Minute for 2020.05.25-2020.05.29

  The Academic Minute from 05.25 – 05.29 Monday, May 25th Brian Harward – Allegheny College

Shannan Mattiace, Allegheny College – Drug Wars and Criminal Violence in Mexico

On Allegheny College Week:  What keeps homicide rates down from drug traffickers in some Mexican municipalities?

Eric Pallant, Allegheny College – There is a lot to Learn From Sourdough Bread

On Allegheny College Week:  We have lots to learn from sourdough bread. Eric Pallant, professor of

Caryl E. Waggett, Allegheny College – Links Between Lead Poisoning and Food Insecurity

On Allegheny College Week:  There are links between lead poisoning and food insecurity. Caryl Waggett, associate

Janyl Jumadinova, Allegheny College – A Submersible Robot that Tests Water Quality

On Allegheny College Week:  Water testing is an important resource. Janyl Jumadinova, assistant professor in the

Brian Harward, Allegheny College – Congressional Responsiveness to Presidential Unilateralism

On Allegheny College Week:  The executive branch and Congress have different ideas of presidential power. Brian

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.05.25)

Allegheny College Week on The Academic Minute 2019.05.25 Monday, May 25th Brian Harward, professor and chair

The Academic Minute for 2020.05.18-2020.05.22

  The Academic Minute from 05.18 – 05.22 Monday, May 18th Thomas Mackey – SUNY Empire

Terry Gipson, SUNY New Paltz – How Art Can Help Us Improve Our Communication Skills

Can art help you improve your communication skills? Terry Gipson, lecturer in the department of communications

Rob K. Larson, Luther College – Student Debt and Cost of Attendance as a Predictor of College Enrollment

Is student loan debt taking a toll on college admissions? Rob K. Larson, associate professor of