Monthly Archive:: November 2023

James Scott, Albertus Magnus College – Penetrating the Blue Wall of Silence

People in stressful jobs often don’t get the mental health help they need. James Scott, assistant

Alauna Safarpour, Gettysburg College – Taking Perspective: Reducing Prejudice in Politics

Reducing prejudice brings many benefits for society. Alauna Safarpour, assistant professor of political science at Gettysburg

Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Tufts University – Greek Mythology in the Garden

Next time you’re in your garden, think Greek. Marie-Claire Beaulieu, associate professor of classical studies at

Jay Zagorsky, Boston University – Can Important Unions Collapse and Disappear

Unions can seem very strong, until they’re not. Jay Zagorsky, clinical associate professor at the Questrom

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.11.27)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.11.27   Monday Jay Zagorsky, clinical associate professor at the

The Academic Minute for 2023.11.20-2023.11.24

The Academic Minute from 11.20 – 11.24 Monday Lucas Berenbrok – University of Pittsburgh The Curious

Jose Holguin-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Reducing E-Commerce Emissions

Shopping from home can also be bad for the environment. Jose Holguin-Veras, professor of civil and

Ashli Stokes, University of North Carolina Charlotte – Thanksgiving Food and Gratitude

Food is the main event of most Thanksgivings. Ashli Stokes, associate professor in the department of

Emmanuel Urquieta, Baylor College of Medicine – What Happens if Someone Dies in Space?

What happens if an astronaut dies in space? Emmanuel Urquieta, assistant professor in the Center for

Emily Midkiff, University of North Dakota – Kids and Sci-Fi Books

If kids like science fiction, why aren’t there enough sci-fi books for them to read? Emily