Monthly Archive:: January 2022

Timothy Waters, Indiana University Bloomington – Rethinking Secession

With America once again polarized, secession is back in the headlines. Timothy Waters, professor of law

Peter F. Cannavo, Hamilton College – Climate Migration: Facing the Inevitable

Many stand to lose their homes and towns in the face of impending climate change. Peter

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.01.24)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.01.24   Monday, January 24th Peter F. Cannavo, professor and

The Academic Minute for 2021.01.17-2021.01.21

  The Academic Minute from 01.17 – 01.21 Monday, January 17th Kevin Ketels – Wayne State

Falk Huettmann, University of Alaska Fairbanks – Climate Change in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya

Climate change’s effects will be felt across the planet, but what we can we learn from

Kenneth Luck, SUNY Sullivan – Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories are no longer just on the fringe of society. Kenneth Luck, assistant professor of

Anna Amirkhanyan, American University – Are We Biased Against Government?

Trust in government is said to be at an all-time low. Anna Amirkhanyan, professor of public

Karla Loya, University of Hartford – Pandemic Teaching and Learning Should Be Inclusive and Supportive

Fostering an inclusive environment is key during a time of crisis. Karla Loya, assistant professor of

Kevin Ketels, Wayne State University – Four Reasons Americans Are Still Seeing Empty Shelves

Why are consumers still finding empty shelves? Kevin Ketels, assistant professor of teaching in global supply

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.01.17)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.01.17   Monday, January 17th Kevin Ketels, assistant professor of