Monthly Archive:: November 2021

The Academic Minute for 2021.11.15-2021.11.19

  The Academic Minute from 11.15 – 11.19 Monday, November 15th Karla Vermeulen – SUNY New

Micheal C. White, University of Connecticut – Inflammation Can Change Your Drugs Impact on Your Body

Inflammation can change how your body works with certain drugs. Michael C. White, distinguished professor and

Farah Shamout, NYU Abu Dhabi – Artificial Intelligence for the Detection of Deterioration Among COVID-19 Patients

Can artificial intelligence help us in the fight against COVID-19? Farah Shamout, assistant professor emerging scholar

Alexis Redding, Harvard University – From College to Career: A Mentorship Model for Student Success

Mentors are key for the post-collegiate transition. Alexis Redding, lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education,

Art Markman, University of Texas at Austin – Coherence, Belief Change, and Convincing Other People

Differing beliefs are at the forefront of our mind. Art Markman, professor of psychology and marketing

Karla Vermeulen, SUNY New Paltz – The Post 9/11 Generation’s Safety Perceptions

The effects of 9/11 are still being felt today. Karla Vermeulen, assistant professor of psychology at

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.11.15)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.11.15   Monday, November 15th Karla Vermeulen, assistant professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.11.08-2021.11.12

  The Academic Minute from 11.08 – 11.12 Monday, November 8th Allison Weidhaas – Rider University

Anthony Scardillo, Mount Saint Mary – Preparing Today’s College Students for the Real World

Higher education costs more than ever, but are students leaving institutions prepared for the workforce? Anthony

Jason Warner, United States Military Academy – Africa: The New Epicenter of Global Terrorism

There is a new hub of global terrorism. Jason Warner, assistant professor in the department of