Monthly Archive:: November 2020

Nancy D. Campbell, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Naloxone

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week:Β  Is politics in the way of saving the lives of people

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.11.30)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2020.11.30 Monday, November 30th Nancy D. Campbell, professor the department

The Academic Minute for 2020.11.23-2020.11.27

  The Academic Minute from 11.23 – 11.27 Monday, November 23rd Gretchen Sorin – Cooperstown Graduate

Michael Mulryan, Christopher Newport University – Moral Education as a Solution to Social Division and Political Polarization

Political polarization isn’t new. Michael Mulryan, associate professor of French and French literature at Christopher Newport

Maurice Suckling, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Board Games

Board games still have a place in our digital society. Maurice Suckling, assistant professor of practice,

Leanne Dzubinski, Biola University – Gender Bias

Measuring the invisible force of gender bias can be difficult. Leanne Dzubinski, associate professor of intercultural

Edna Chun, Columbia University – Systemic Racism

Systemic racism hasn’t always been in the news. Edna Chun, lecturer at Columbia University, explores this

Gretchen Sorin, Cooperstown Graduate Program at SUNY Oneonta – Driving While Black

The automobile has played a big role in boosting the freedoms of Americans. Gretchen Sorin, SUNY

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.11.23)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2020.11.23 Monday, November 23rd Gretchen Sorin, SUNY distinguished service professor

The Academic Minute for 2020.11.16-2020.11.20

  The Academic Minute from 11.16 – 11.20 Monday, November 16th Catherine Bagwell – Oxford College