Monthly Archive:: February 2024

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?

Ken Jones, Northern Kentucky University – A Forgotten Voice is Heard

The arts can bring forgotten voices to the forefront. Ken Jones, professor of theatre at Northern

This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.02.19)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.02.19   Monday Ken Jones, professor of theatre at Northern

The Academic Minute for 2024.02.12-2024.02.16

The Academic Minute from 2.12 – 2.16 Monday Anne PezallaΒ  – Macalester College Gentle Parenting is

Andrei Cimpian, New York University – Parents and Mentors Perceive Less Chess Potential in Girls

Women still face discrimination in certain competitive games today. Andrei Cimpian, professor of psychology at New

Daniel Ernst, Texas Woman’s University – Understanding Artificial Versus Human Intelligence

What does a platypus have to do with artificial intelligence? Daniel Ernst, assistant professor of English

Rebecca Krause-Galoni, University of Iowa – Can Bad Be Good? The Attraction of a Darker Self

How do we view our shadow self without worrying about what it shows us? Rebecca Krause-Galoni,