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Kelly Hankin, University of Redlands – The Personal is Professional: The Study Abroad Video Contest

On University of Redlands Week:  Are student travel videos giving the wrong impression? Kelly Hankin, professor

Kathy Feeley, University of Redlands – The Rise of the Hollywood Press Crops and the Making of the Modern American Press

On University of Redlands Week:  Women journalists have faced many questions about their legitimacy. Today on

Tim Seiber, University of Redlands – Pictures on the Threshold between the Living and the Dead

On University of Redlands Week:  More powerful brain scans can lead to changes in declarations of

Jennifer Nelson, University of Redlands – Inequality and Healthcare

On University of Redlands Week: The pandemic has brought the ties between health and social inequalities

Jessie Hewitt, University of Redlands – Men, Madness, and Marriage in 19th-Century France

On University of Redlands Week:  Divorce is not pleasant, but can be beneficial. Jessie Hewitt, assistant

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.02.22)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.02.22   Monday, February 22nd Jessie Hewitt, assistant professor of

Theresa Pardo, University at Albany – Artificial Intelligence

On University at Albany Week: Do you trust artificial intelligence? Theresa Pardo, research associate professor, examines

Mustafa Aksoy, University at Albany – A New Age of Discovery

On University at Albany Week:  Space is a vast wealth of exploration opportunities. Mustafa Aksoy, assistant

Bijan Dey, University at Albany – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Testing Methods

On University at Albany Week:  Early detection is critical for combating Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Bijan Dey,

Jeannette Sutton, University at Albany – Public Guide to COVID-19 Retweets

On University at Albany Week:  Effective messaging is key in total’s digital world. Jeannette Sutton, associate