Monthly Archive:: April 2024

Patrick Ferree, Scripps College – Unexpected Conflict in the Nucleus

On Scripps College Week: Why do some chromosomes act selfishly? Patrick Ferree, professor in the W.

Myriam Chancy, Scripps College – Caribbean Women in Literature

On Scripps College Week: Fiction can bring truth to the fore. Myriam Chancy, Guggenheim Fellow and

Ken Gonzales-Day, Scripps College – Queer-ish

On Scripps College Week: Photography can reveal many hidden things about the people who lived centuries

This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.04.15)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.04.15 Scripps College Week Monday Ken Gonzales-Day, professor and Fletcher

The Academic Minute for 2024.04.08-2024.04.12

The Academic Minute from 4.08 – 4.12 Monday Moira Marsh – Indiana University Bloomington Celestial Creatures

Annabelle Roberts, University of Texas at Austin – Why We Hate to Wait

We’re all tired of waiting. Annabelle Roberts, assistant professor of marketing at the McCombs School of

Eranda Jayawickreme, Wake Forest University – How Can You Become a Good Thinker?

How can you become a good thinker? Eranda Jayawickreme, Harold W. Tribble professor of psychology at

Thi Tran, Binghamton University – Creating Tools to Better Track Online Misinformation

Which misinformation will cause the most harm is important to figure out. But how? Thi Tran,

Megan Bryson, University of Tennessee – Buddhism and Gender Fluidity

Gender fluidity may be part of the current zeitgeist, but it’s not a wholly new topic.

Moira Marsh, Indiana University Bloomington – Celestial Creatures and the Mythology Behind the Solar Eclipse

On today’s Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse segment: Humans have long used stories to explain things