Monthly Archive:: May 2023

Andrew Berglund, University at Albany – The Fight Against Myotonic Dystrophy

On University at Albany Week:Β  We still need to find a cure for many afflictions. Andrew

Brett Harris, University at Albany – Mental Health in Rural New York

On University at Albany Week:Β  Mental health is an issue for everyone. Brett Harris, clinical associate

Bhupal Shrestha, University at Albany – Tracking Western Wildfire Smoke

On University at Albany Week: Western wildfire smoke isn’t just a concern for the Western U.S.

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.05.29)

University at Albany Week on The Academic Minute 2023.05.29   Monday Bhupal Shrestha, senior research scientist,

The Academic Minute for 2023.05.22-2023.05.26

The Academic Minute from 5.22 – 5.26 Monday Andrew Belnap – University of Texas at Austin

William Herbert, Hunter College – 50 Years of Higher Education Collective Bargaining

How do we push higher education forward? William Herbert, distinguished lecturer and executive director of the

Tripti Bhattacharya, Syracuse University – Clues from the Pliocene

As the climate changes, what can history teach us about the future? Tripti Bhattacharya, Thonis family

David Cingranelli, Binghamton University – The Need for National Human Rights Report Cards

Students get report cards; maybe countries should as well. David Cingranelli, professor of political science at

Elizabeth Dorssom, Lincoln University of Missouri – Why Do Legislatures Use Sunset Provisions?

Why do legislatures use sunset provisions? Elizabeth Dorssom, assistant professor of political science at Lincoln University

Andrew Belnap, University of Texas at Austin – Are Tax Audits Bad for Business?

Are tax audits bad for business? Andrew Belnap, assistant professor of accounting in the McCombs School