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Kristin Wobbe, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Project-Based Learning in the First Year

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week: Students shouldn’t wait for project learning in higher education. Kristin Wobbe,

Geoff Pfeifer, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Inclusion and Equity in Student Project Teams

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week:  Not everyone likes team projects in college classes. Geoff Pfeifer, associate

Rick Vaz, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Women in STEM Fields

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week:  Keeping more women in STEM programs is a key focus for

Art Heinricher, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Cost of Higher Education

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week: Is higher education worth the cost? Art Heinricher, professor of mathematical

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.01.20)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week on The Academic Minute 2019.01.20 Monday, January 20th Art Heinricher delves into

The Academic Minute for 2020.01.13-2020.01.17

The Academic Minute from 01.13 – 01.17 Monday, January 13th Ben Graham – University of Southern

Amanda Miller, University of Indianapolis – Marriage

A wedding is one thing, the marriage is another. Amanda Miller, associate professor of sociology at

Jeff Leips, University of Maryland Baltimore County – Why Do We Age

Do we have to age? Jeff Leips, professor of biological sciences at the University of Maryland,

Kenneth Roemer, University of Texas at Arlington – Create Yourself in Many Voices

Is your story fit for an autobiography? Kenneth Roemer, distinguished teaching professor at the University of

Scott Allison, University of Richmond – Mothers as Heroes

Need to find a hero?  Looks to moms. Scott Allison, professor of psychology at the University