Nicole Holliday, Pomona College – What Do We Assume Based on the Voices We Hear

The sound of your voice can tell a lot about you. Nicole Holliday, assistant professor of

John Galbraith, Marist College – Chemical Bonding

Our understanding of chemical bonding might need an update. John Galbraith, associate professor of chemistry at

Manata Hashemi, University of Oklahoma – Cultures of Conformity

Where does the greatest possibility for change in Iran lie? Manata Hashemi, assistant professor of Iranian

This Week on The Academic Minute (2019.09.02)

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The Academic Minute for 2019.08.26-08.30

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Allison Buskirk-Cohen, Delaware Valley University – Succeeding in College

Campuses want college students to succeed. Allison Buskirk-Cohen, associate professor of psychology at Delaware Valley University,

Alexandra Logue, Graduate Center of the City University of New York – Remedial Math

Math could be what determines whether you graduate from college. Alexandra Logue, research professor at the

Katherine Cumings Mansfield, University of North Carolina Greensboro – Improve Schools by Asking Students

The best way to improve a school?  Ask the students. Katherine Cumings Mansfield, associate professor in

Michelle Hospital, Florida International University – Youth Music Programs and the Five C’s

Learning to play music could foster important skills for life. Michelle Hospital, research associate professor in

Jennifer Adams, University of Calgary – Minority Students and Science Achievement

Those who teach and learn science could use more diversity. Jennifer Adams, associate professor in the