Monthly Archive:: September 2021

Frank Dukes, University of Virginia – Transformation at James Madison’s Montpelier

Change is coming to many historical institutions as we grapple with our nation’s past. Frank Dukes,

Khalil Ramadi, NYU Abu Dhabi – Zapping the Gut

A new option for treatment could be on the way for your hospital stay. Khalil Ramadi,

Allison BrckaLorenz, Indiana University Bloomington – Motivating Teaching Excellence and Supporting Diverse Faculty

What contributes to a motivated teaching environment in higher education? Allison BrckaLorenz, associate research scientist at

Amy Lueck, Santa Clara University – English Professors Study More Than Books

English professors don’t always have their nose in a book. Amy Lueck, associate professor of rhetoric

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.09.27)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.09.27   Monday, September 27th Amy Lueck, associate professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.09.20-2021.09.24

  The Academic Minute from 09.20 – 09.24 Monday, September 20th Clifford F. Thies – Shenandoah

Deborah Reisinger, Duke University – Virtual Study Abroad

Can you study abroad from your own living room? Deborah Reisinger, associate professor of the practice

Kate Goodrich, Widener University – The Pollination Biology of PawPaw

Are plants tricking insects into taking their nectar? Kate Goodrich, associate professor of biology at Widener

Kristin Anderson, University of Houston-Downtown – How Entitlement Explains Inequality

The battle against inequality in our society is ongoing. Kristin Anderson, professor of psychology at the

Tim Franz, St. John Fisher College – Making Team Projects Work

Team projects can be fraught, but are important as a learning tool. Tim Franz, professor of