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Daniel Lewis, California Institute of Technology – Redwoods: Adaptive Giants

Some species will adapt to a warming world. Daniel Lewis, lecturer in the humanities and social

Jacob Sawyer, Alma College – Examining Myths About Grief and Bereavement

Grief carries many myths. Jacob Sawyer, assistant professor of psychology at Alma College, determines what’s real

Scott Malia, College of the Holy Cross – What Makes Bad Movies So Good?

All bad movies are bad, but what makes some also so-bad-they’re-good? Scott Malia, associate professor and

Matthew Cronin, George Mason University – Why Current Approaches to Workplace Mental Health Aren’t Working

Current approaches to workplace mental health aren’t working. Matthew Cronin, professor of management at the Donald

This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.05.20)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.05.20   Monday Matthew Cronin, professor of management at George

The Academic Minute for 2024.05.13-2024.05.17

The Academic Minute from 5.03 – 5.17 Monday Seth Ketron – University of St. Thomas The

Shinwon Noh, University of St. Thomas – Pathways of Peer Influence on Major Choice

On University of St. Thomas Week: Did you choose your major based on peer pressure? Shinwon

Mahak Nagpal, University of St. Thomas – Technosolutionism

On University of St. Thomas Week: Not everything needs a technological solution. Mahak Nagpal, assistant professor

Christopher Wong Michaelson, University of St. Thomas – Work Worth Loving

On University of St. Thomas Week: Do humans need to work? Christopher Wong Michaelson, Opus distinguished

Danielle Ailts Campeau, University of St. Thomas – Entrepreneurship Across American: Supporting Rural Startup Ecosystems

On University of St. Thomas Week: Entrepreneurs don’t just live in bustling cities and sip chai