Kent State University Week on The Academic Minute 2021.04.26
Monday, April 26th
Ashley Lytle, assistant professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology, looks into in-shoe sensors and robot companions for seniors.
Tuesday, April 27th
Nadia Singh, associate professor of biology at the University of Oregon, looks to fruit flies to find out if environment plays a role in the diversity of offspring.
Wednesday, April 28th
Bonnie Green, professor of psychology at East Stroudsburg University, explores the ways a critical remark has an effect on a student’s learning capabilities.
Thursday, April 29th
Victoria Munoz, assistant professor of English at The City University of New York Hostos Community College, explores Spanish romance and the roots of British imperialism.
Friday, April 30th
Katelyn Knox, associate professor in the department of languages, linguistics, literatures and cultures at the University of Central Arkansas, examines race and national identity in contemporary France.