Monthly Archive:: July 2021

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.07.12)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.07.12   Monday, July 12th RonNell Andersen Jones, professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.07.05-2021.07.09

  The Academic Minute from 07.05 – 07.09 Monday, July 5th Lior Rennert – Clemson University Surveillance-Based

Nicole Kraft, Ohio State University – Sportswriters Need to ‘Be Better’ When it Comes to Press Conferences

Press conferences after a sports contest are a tough gig for both sides. Nicole Kraft, associate

Kathleen Fortier, Arcadia University – University-based Pro-Bono Clinics Address Health Disparities in Their Communities

Pro-bono clinics can fill a desperate need. Kathleen Fortier, assistant professor of practice at Arcadia University,

Jonathan Watanabe, University of California, Irvine – COVID-19 Medications

COVID-19 has been a learning experience for everyone, including clinicians. Jonathan Watanabe, professor of clinical pharmacy

Michael Berg, Wheaton College in Massachusetts – Who Follows the COVID-19 Guidelines and Who Does Not

Why do some people follow guidelines while others ignore them? Michael Berg, professor of psychology at

Lior Rennert, Clemson University – Surveillance-Based Informative Testing for Mitigating COVID-19

Mitigating COVID-19 outbreaks on campuses is crucial. Lior Rennert, assistant professor and biostatistician at Clemson University,

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.07.05)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.07.05   Monday, July 5th Lior Rennert, assistant professor and

The Academic Minute for 2021.06.28-2021.07.02

  The Academic Minute from 06.28 – 07.02 Monday, June 28th Linda Dynan – Northern Kentucky University

Rachael Clark, Northern Kentucky University – Hope in Poverty

On Northern Kentucky University Week: Engaged students can help a community thrive. Rachael Clark, professor in