Monthly Archive:: August 2022

Ryan Romine, Shenandoah University – A Radical Investment in Learning through Collaborative Exploration in the Arts

Positive student outcomes can be achieved in many different ways. Ryan Romine, associate professor of bassoon

Vikash Gayah, Penn State University – Improve Traffic Flow in Cities by Banning Left Turns

Hate waiting to make a left turn at a busy intersection?Β  You’re not alone. Vikash Gayah,

Catherine Bondonno, Edith Cowan University – Leafy Greens and Heart Disease

Eat your leafy greens. Catherine Bondonno, research fellow at Edith Cowan University, discusses the link to

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.08.29)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.08.29   Monday, August 29th Catherine Bondonno, research fellow at

The Academic Minute for 2022.08.22-2022.08.26

  The Academic Minute from 08.22 – 08.26 Monday, August 22nd Dimitris Xygalatas – University of

Jacqueline Rifkin, Cornell University –They’re Everywhere! Symbolically Threatening Groups Seem More Pervasive Than Non-Threatening Groups

Do people exaggerate the presence of certain groups that are seen as threatening? Jacqueline Rifkin, assistant

Daniel Macfarlane, Western Michigan University – Half A Century After the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, the Lakes Are in Trouble

Taking care of our waterways will be key in the future. Daniel Macfarlane, associate professor in

Elise Springer, Wesleyan University – The Paradox of Blaming Evil

The word evil has been getting a lot of play in the media of late. Elise

Olivia Holmes, Binghamton University – Is an Embryo A Person? The Medieval Tripartite Process of Ensoulment

The abortion rights debate will go into the future, but it started long ago. Olivia Holmes,

Dimitris Xygalatas, University of Connecticut – The Transformative Effects of Collective Gatherings

The COVID-19 pandemic has made us realize the importance of being around other people. Dimitris Xygalatas,