Monthly Archive:: January 2021

Sara Freeman, Utah State University – Oxytocin, Part One

On Part 1 of 2 of our Oxytocin Series:  Which regions of the brain affect the

Alexandros Tsamis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Future of Cities

What will cities look like in the future? Alexandros Tsamis, assistant professor of architecture at Rensselaer

Richard Barberio, SUNY Oneonta – What Can Scandal Tell Us About Presidential Power

U.S. Presidents have a long history of scandals. Richard Barberio, associate professor of political science at

Marie Rudden, Weill Cornell Medical College – Labor/Management Partnerships

How do we bridge the gap between labor and management? Marie Rudden, clinical assistant professor of

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.01.18)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.01.18   Monday, January 18th Marie Rudden, clinical assistant professor

The Academic Minute for 2021.01.11-2021.01.15

  The Academic Minute from 01.11 – 01.15 Monday, January 11th Elizabeth Brown – Bentley University

Betsy Stoner, Bentley University – Microplastics

On Bentley University Week: There’s even more plastic in the ocean than we think. Betsy Stoner,

Laurel Steinfield, Bentley University – Multinational Corporations and Women’s Economic Empowerment

On Bentley University Week:  When big corporations try to do some good, some question their motives.

Mateo Cruz, Bentley University – Response to Systemic Stereotype Threat

On Bentley University Week: There are many challenges for women in STEM fields.  Mateo Cruz, Mateo

Fred Ledley, Bentley University – Pharmaceutical Companies Profitability

On Bentley University Week: Drug companies seem to be making a lot of profit, but are