Monthly Archive:: April 2021

Katelyn Knox, University of Central Arkansas – Race and National Identity in Contemporary France

How do you fight racism in a supposed post-racial society? Katelyn Knox, associate professor in the

Victoria Munoz, Hostos Community College – Spanish Romances and the Roots of British Imperialism

The first Anglo-Spanish war may have been fought in the pages of books. Victoria Munoz, assistant

Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset

Students react in different ways to criticism. Bonnie Green, professor of psychology at East Stroudsburg University,

Nadia Singh, University of Oregon – How Organisms Cope with Environment Change

Can environment play a role in the diversity of offspring? Nadia Singh, associate professor of biology

Ashley Lytle, Stevens Institute of Technology – In-Shoe Sensors and Robot Companions

Can a robot help seniors stay upright when friends are staying distant because of COVID-19? Ashley

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.04.26)

Kent State University Week on The Academic Minute 2021.04.26   Monday, April 26th Ashley Lytle, assistant

The Academic Minute for 2021.04.19-2021.04.23

  The Academic Minute from 04.19 – 04.23 Monday, April 19th Joshua Albrecht – Kent State University

Sara Bayramzadeh, Kent State University – Toward a Model of Safety and Care for Trauma Room Design

On Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute Week: There is room for improvement in room

Bjorn Lussem, Kent State University – Organic Biosensors at the Interface of Materials Science, Electronics, and Neuroscience

On Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute Week: There are still steps to be made

Angela Ridgel, Kent State University – Adaptive Rehabilitation of Neurological Disease

On Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute Week: Rehabilitation for a neurological disease can be