Monthly Archive:: September 2020

John Donnellan, New Jersey City University – ARC Model for Higher Education

How does higher education evolve after COVID-19? John Donnellan, associate professor in the management department at

Cinzia Pica-Smith, Assumption University – Interracial Friendships

The flow of migrants into southern Europe has made classrooms more diverse. Cinzia Pica-Smith, associate professor

Tiffany Cresswell-Yeager, Gwynedd Mercy University – College Choice Among First-Generation College Students

Many factors can influence the choice of attending a higher-learning institution. Tiffany Cresswell-Yeager, assistant professor of

Dayna DeFeo, University of Alaska Anchorage – Teacher Shortage

Why is there a teacher shortage? Dayna DeFeo, research assistant professor at the University of Alaska

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.09.07)

University of Michigan Week on The Academic Minute 2019.09.07 Monday, September 7th Dayna DeFeo, research assistant

The Academic Minute for 2020.08.31-2020.09.04

  The Academic Minute from 08.31 – 09.04 Monday, August 31st William Lopez – University of

Tabbye Chavous, University of Michigan – Higher Education Responses to COVID-19, Black Students and Campus Racial Climates

On University of Michigan Week: Higher education institutional responses to COVID-19 may exacerbate education inequalities for

Riana Anderson, University of Michigan – Stressors and the Black Community

On University of Michigan Week: Β Black communities are facing a stronger threat during the pandemic. Riana

Alford Young, Jr., University of Michigan – Isolation Protocols and Low-Income African-American Workers

On University of Michigan Week: Isolation protocols during the pandemic can be challenging for low-wage workers

Melissa Borja, University of Michigan – Anti-Asian Hate Incidents and COVID-19

On University of Michigan Week: Asian Americans have faced hate incidents in the wake of the