Monthly Archive:: July 2021

Paul Baker, Widener University – The First Hints of Supermassive Black Holes Merging in Distant Galaxies

On Widener University Week:  Mergers don’t only happen in the business world. Paul Baker, assistant professor

Shaakira Abdullah, Widener University – Re-Imagining Sex Education for Muslim Adolescents

On Widener University Week:  Talking about sex can help teens navigate young adulthood safely Shaakira Abdullah,

Ali Hamza, Widener University – Understanding the Future of Automated Self-Driving

On Widener University Week:  Lighting and weather conditions can make self-driving cars struggle to see. Ali

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.07.19)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.07.19   Monday, July 19th Ali Hamza, assistant professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.07.12-2021.07.16

  The Academic Minute from 07.12 – 07.16 Monday, July 12th RonNell Anderson – University of

Phong Le, Goucher College – The Impact of the Pandemic on Traffic

The pandemic eased traffic, but for how long? Phong Le, associate professor of data, mathematical, and

Garth Heutel, Georgia State University – Financial Regulation and Climate Change

What can financial regulation bring to the climate change fight? Garth Heutel, associate professor of economics

Erin Baker, University of Massachusetts, Amherst – The Climate Value of Off-Shore Wind

Should we look offshore to meet our climate goals? Erin Baker, professor of industrial engineering and

Timothy Frye, Columbia University – Weak Strongmen

Being a dictator can seem simple, but is it? Timothy Frye, professor of post-soviet foreign policy

RonNell Anderson Jones, University of Utah – The U.S. Supreme Court’s Characterizations of the Press

How does the U.S. Supreme Court talk about the press? RonNell Andersen Jones, professor of law