Lisa Dinella, Monmouth University – Gendered Toys

Growing up, did you play with girls’ toys or boys’ toys? Lisa Dinella, a psychologist at

Elizabeth Basha, University of the Pacific – Non-Military Drones

Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly referred to as drones, have been in the news a great

Marina D’Angelo, PCOM – Canine Osteoarthritis

Pets are just like any other member of the family, and sometimes they need some specific

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.5.4)

Monday, May 4 Marina D’Angelo of The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine discusses canine osteoarthritis. Tuesday,

Kristen Ghodsee, Bowdoin College – The Left Side of History

The term “communist” certainly has an associated stigma, especially in the United States. Kristen Ghodsee, a

Megan Mueller featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our

Martin Krieger, USC – Urban Tomography

Photographs can surely capture a visual depiction of a city, but is that enough? Martin Krieger,

Jennifer Talarico, Lafayette College – Imperfect Memories

Your recollection of a particular event might be exceptionally detailed and completely inaccurate. Jennifer Talarico, a

Geoff Harkness, Morningside College – Autonomy of the Athletic Field

Playing fields aren’t just for sports. Geoff Harkness, a sociologist at Morningside College, discusses his research

Scott Adler, York University – Visual Attention

Studying the eye’s movements might hold the key to unlocking some mysteries about human’s vision and