Monthly Archive:: January 2023

Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez – The Puertoricanization of U.S. Higher Ed

Should Spanish be a domestic language in higher education? Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera, professor of humanities at The

Rahim Esfandyar-Pour, University of California, Irvine – A Health Monitoring Wearable Operates Without a Battery

Removing batteries from wearable tech can open it up to more people. Rahim Esfandyar-Pour, assistant professor

Nancy Jecker, University of Washington School of Medicine – The Ethics of Brain Computer Interfacing

Ethics can be an important part of emerging technology. Nancy Jecker, professor in the department of

sam seidel, Stanford University – Creative Hustle

Sometimes simple changes can have big results. Sam Seidel, k12 lab director of strategy and research

Sandra Peart, University of Richmond – We Need Capable, Ethical Leaders – Now More Than Ever

Good leaders can be hard to find. Sandra Peart, dean and E. Claiborne distinguished professor in

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.01.23)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.1.23   Monday Sandra Peart, dean and E. Claiborne distinguished

The Academic Minute for 2023.01.16-2023.01.20

The Academic Minute from 1.16 – 1.20 Monday Peter Kaiser – University of California, Irvine Therapies

Ioakim Boutakidis, California State University Fullerton – Boys and Men’s Struggles in School Reveal a Systemic Inequity

The mental health of males demands closer focus. Ioakim Boutakidis, professor of child and adolescent studies

Kerry Whigham, Binghamton University – How Can Genocide Be Prevented?

Genocides don’t begin overnight, so how can we stop them before they get started? Kerry Whigham,

Filip Viskupic, South Dakota State University – Politics Drives Parental COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Nurses

Politics can drive vaccine hesitancy, even for nurses and children. Filip Viskupic, assistant professor of political