Monthly Archive:: April 2022

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.04.11)

Cornell Engineering Week on The Academic Minute 2022.04.11   Monday, April 11th Khurram Afridi, associate professor

The Academic Minute for 2022.04.04-2022.04.08

  The Academic Minute from 04.04 – 04.08 Monday, April 4th Marshall Jones – Winthrop University

Daniel Laufer, Victoria University – Should CEOs of Multinationals Be Spokespersons During a Global Crisis

Who should speak for a global company during troubled times? Daniel Laufer, associate professor of marketing

Markus Wilde, Florida Institute of Technology – Mitigating Space Junk

Space is filled with tons of junk. Markus Wilde, associate professor of aerospace, physics and space

Willow Henry, Franklin Pierce University – Physical Therapy and Wound Healing

The health care field is continually changing course. Willow Henry, professor of health care practice at

Danae Schulz, Harvey Mudd College – New Ways to Stop a Deadly African Parasite

Parasites can be deadly for humans and animals alike. Danae Schulz, assistant professor of biology at

Marshall Jones, Winthrop University – Why Teaching is Harder Than You Think

The pandemic has made certain jobs even harder. Marshall Jones, professor and graduate program director in

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.04.04)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.04.04   Monday, April 4th Marshall Jones, professor and graduate

The Academic Minute for 2022.03.28-2022.04.01

  The Academic Minute from 03.28 – 04.01 Monday, March 28th Todd Ferry – Portland State

Greg Townley, Portland State University – Findings From a Mixed-Methods Evaluation of an Alternative First Responder Program

On Portland State University Week:Β  Should the police be among the first responders for certain 911