Monthly Archive:: February 2024

Steven Barnett, Rutgers University – COVID’s Effects on Preschool Children’s Learning

The pandemic has had long-term negative effects on pre-school students. Steven Barnett, Board of Governors professor

Lee Ann Rawlins Williams, University of North Dakota – Teachers Have Feelings Too: Fostering Mental Health Support in Education

Students aren’t the only ones struggling with their mental health. Lee Ann Rawlins Williams, clinical assistant

Charles Russo, University of Dayton – State Action, Social Media and the Supreme Court

Social media platforms face the Supreme Court in a big decision for public officials. Charles Russo,

Greeshma Gadikota, Cornell University – Lowering the Carbon Footprint of Cement

Any way we can lower carbon footprints is worth pursuing. Greeshma Gadikota, associate professor and Croll

This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.02.26)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.02.26   Monday Greeshma Gadikota, associate professor and Croll Sesquicentennial

The Academic Minute for 2024.02.19-2024.02.23

The Academic Minute from 2.19 – 2.23 Monday Ken Jones  – Northern Kentucky University A Forgotten

Barret Michalec, Arizona State University – The Role of Humility in Health Care

Humility could be key to the future of health care. Barret Michalec, associate professor in the

Yingjie Hu, University at Buffalo – Can ChatGPT Help First Responders During Disasters

How do we cut through the noise of social media posts during a disaster to find

Ilan Kelman, University College London – Preventing Disasters

Disasters seem to be becoming more and more common, so what can be done? Ilan Kelman,

Robert Thorson, University of Connecticut – Stone Wall Science

Stone walls are an important landmark in the Northeastern U.S. But what can they tell us?