Monthly Archive:: March 2021

Allison Weidhaas, Rider University – Women Working at Home During the Pandemic

Women are often see as caregivers, which COVID has only exacerbated. Allison Weidhaas, associate professor in

Neha Mittal, University of North Carolina Charlotte – Wastewater and COVID-19

Tracking a disease is not pretty. Neha Mittal, post-doctoral associate in the department of bioinformatics and

Chitra Gotluru, Florida International University – COVID-19 and Mortality

On this Student Spotlight: COVID-19 has affected mortality in one sex more than the other, but

Daniel H. Neilson, Bard College at Simon’s Rock – GameStop and the Future of Platform Finance

Did you make some bucks on GameStop? Daniel H. Neilson, assistant professor of economics at Bard

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.03.08)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.03.08   Monday, March 8th Daniel H. Neilson, assistant professor

The Academic Minute for 2021.03.01-2021.03.05

  About Spelman College: Founded in 1881, Spelman College is a leading liberal arts college widely

Brandi Brimmer, Spelman College – Black Union Widows and the Battle for Survivors’ Benefits in Post-Civil War America

On Spelman College Week: Black Union widows had trouble claiming benefits after the Civil War. Brandi

Myra Greene, Spelman College – Representations of Race and Our Understanding of Color

On Spelman College Week: How we perceive colors can have a big impact. Myra Greene, professor

Karen Brakke, Spelman College – Development of Coordinated Skill in Toddlers

On Spelman College Week:  No parent likes a toddler with a drum set. Karen Brakke, full

Viveka Brown, Spelman College – Black Girls and Women in Mathematics

On Spelman College Week:  Black women majoring in math can feel very isolated. Viveka Brown, associate