Monthly Archive:: July 2020

The Academic Minute for 2020.07.06-2020.07.10

  The Academic Minute from 07.06 – 07.10 Monday, July 6th Naomi Yavneh Klos – Loyola

Stephen Underhill, Marshall University – J. Edgar Hoover and the Rhetorical Rise of the F.B.I.

Did Donald Trump inherit a playbook from J. Edgar Hoover? Stephen Underhill, associate professor of communication

Barbara Shaw, Allegheny College – Transforming Knowledge, Building Re-imagined Futures

The time is now to understand historical and contemporary relations of power. Barbara Shaw, associate professor

Trish O’Kane, University of Vermont – Birding Can Change the World

Doing comforting things virtually has been an important coping method for stress and anxiety. Trish O’Kane,

Katherine Higgs-Coulthard, St. Mary’s College – Fostering Growth through Teen Writing Conferences

What is missing to foster the joy of writing in teens? Katherine Higgs-Coulthard, assistant professor in

Naomi Yavneh Klos, Loyola University New Orleans – In Quarantine with Anne Frank

Anne Frank has become the symbol of the Holocaust in The Netherlands, but there’s more to

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.07.06)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.07.06 Monday, July 6th Naomi Yavneh Klos, professor of languages

The Academic Minute for 2020.06.29-2020.07.03

  The Academic Minute from 06.29 – 07.03 Monday, June 29th Kevin Doyle – Longwood University

Catherine Franssen, Longwood University – Outdoors as PTSD Therapy

On Longwood University Week:  PTSD sufferers can look to re-wire their brain by getting outside. Catherine

Amorette Barber, Longwood University – T-Cells

On Longwood University Week:  We need a cancer treatment that leaves behind adverse side effects. Amorette