Monthly Archive:: May 2021

Sophia Moskalenko, Georgia State University – QAnon: Real and Imaginary Dangers

Like it or not, QAnon keeps hitting the news. Sophia Moskalenko, research fellow at Georgia State

Thomas Barker, University of Alberta – Transformative Learning

College students can change as they learn. Thomas Barker, Professor of Communication in the Graduate Program

Edward Cohen, San Jose State University – TeleSocialWork: A Case Study of Online Services

Many health services have gone virtual; but are they right for all? Edward Cohen, professor in

William D. Ramos, Indiana University Bloomington – Impending Impact of COVID-19 on Drowning Rates

As temperatures rise, water safety continues to be an important topic during COVID-19. William D. Ramos,

Barbara Rumain, Touro College – Teenagers are More Susceptible to Getting COVID-19 then Older Adults

Are younger people more or less likely to get COVID-19? Barbara Rumain, associate professor of psychology

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.05.17)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.05.17   Monday, May 17th Barbara Rumain, associate professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.05.10-2021.05.14

  The Academic Minute from 05.10 – 05.14 Monday, May 10th Robert Edgell –Β SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Ingrid Nelson, Amherst College – We’ve Always Done Nothing

Not doing much during the pandemic?Β  Don’t sweat it. Ingrid Nelson, associate professor of English at

Ying Lui, University of Southern California Dornsife – Anti-Asian Discrimination

Hate crimes against Asian Americans are on the rise. Ying Liu, research scientist at the center

Joseph Seiner, University of South Carolina School of Law – Sexual Harassment: Its Prevalence in the Workplace and Failure in the Courts

Many sexual violence perpetrators do not face justice. Joseph Seiner, professor of law at the University