Monthly Archive:: October 2021

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.11.01)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.11.01   Monday, November 1st Richard Aronson, professor and head

The Academic Minute for 2021.10.25-2021.10.29

  The Academic Minute from 10.25 – 10.29 Monday, October 25th Daniel Braaten – Texas Lutheran

Christina Kilby, James Madison University – Buddhism and the Laws of War

How can Buddhism inform the modern world? Christina Kilby, assistant professor of religion at James Madison

David Jernigan, Boston University – Alcohol Companies Benefit from Underage Drinking

How much do alcohol companies benefit from underage drinking? David Jernigan, professor in the department of

Darcie DeAngelo, University of Oklahoma – HeroRATS Who Rebuild Relations in Cambodia

Rats are more than just a nuisance. Darcie DeAngelo, assistant professor of sociocultural anthropology at the

Ricardo Azziz, University at Albany – Mergers in Higher Education: The Need to Consider

Mergers are a fact of life for some institutions in higher education. Ricardo Azziz, research professor

Daniel Braaten, Texas Lutheran University – What Influences Immigration Judges

What influences immigration judges in granting asylum to unaccompanied minors? Daniel Braaten, associate professor of political

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.10.25)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.10.25   Monday, October 25th Daniel Braaten, associate professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.10.18-2021.10.22

  The Academic Minute from 10.18 – 10.22 Monday, October 18th Shane Coffield – University of

Jean Ho, University of California, Irvine – Hypertension Medications Which Help Ward off Memory Loss

On University of California, Irvine Week: Warding off high blood pressure now could pay off later