Monthly Archive:: July 2024

Jeffrey Heath, Centre College – A Division III Sports Analytics Program

On Centre College Week:  Data have made a big splash in sports recently. Jeffrey Heath, David

Daniel Scott, Centre College – Novel Point-of-Care Diagnostics

On Centre College Week:  Improving health care access can improve healthcare outcomes, but how do we

Megs Gendreau, Centre College – Are Athletes Really That Special?

On Centre College Week: Why are we interested in the lives of athletes? Megs Gendreau, associate

Ravi Radhakrishnan, Centre College – Rent-Seeking Activities

On Centre College Week:  Why is more money going to lobbying in politics than before? Ravi

Stacey Peebles, Centre College – What Are Our Newest War Stories?

On Centre College Week:  We’ve heard the war stories of the past, but what about today?

This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.07.08)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.07.08   Monday Stacey Peebles, H. W. Stodghill, Jr. and

The Academic Minute for 2024.07.01-2024.07.05

The Academic Minute from 7.01 – 7.05 Monday Lawson Wulsin – University of Cincinnati What is

Beth Livingston, University of Iowa – When A Worker Is Harassed During Their Commute

Harassment of workers doesn’t just happen at work, but also on the way in. Beth Livingston,

Michael Zalot, Cedar Crest College – Historic Legacy of Once-Popular Arcade Redemption Tokens

The digital world is quickly bringing to an end to a lot of physicals items and

Rachel Noorda, Portland State University – Reading Behavior Versus Reading Identity for Gen Z and Millennials

Do you consider yourself a reader? Rachel Noorda, associate professor and director of book publishing at