Frederick Engram, University of Texas at Arlington – Teaching The Truth Should Not Be Controversial

Teachers aren’t always allowed to teach what they believe. Frederick Engram, assistant professor of instruction at

Sal Agnihothri, Binghamton University – Harnessing the Power of Healthcare Apps Through Provider Integration

Should you share the health data your device collects? Sal Agnihothri, professor of supply chain and

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.01.10)

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The Academic Minute for 2021.01.03-2021.01.07

  The Academic Minute from 01.03 – 01.07 Monday, January 3rd Guangqing Chi – Penn State

Arran Caza, University of North Carolina Greensboro – The Best Way to Educate Future Business Leaders

How do we best educate future business leaders? Arran Caza, associate professor of management at the

Alanah Mitchell, Drake University – Planning for the Best of Both Worlds in the Hybrid Workplace

Hybrid workplaces could be the way of the future. Alanah Mitchell, associate professor of information management

Deborah Bennett, Berklee College of Music – Gender-Neutral Language

How do languages of the past stack up to today’s new social norms? Deborah Bennett, professor

Melissa Wells, Empire State College – The Prevalence of UDL Techniques in Virtual Formats

We have many ways to present information for students in today’s world. Melissa Wells, assistant professor

Guangqing Chi, Penn State University – Infrastructure in Rural Alaska

Fixing infrastructure in rural areas can be difficult. Guangping Chi, professor of rural sociology and demography

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.01.03)

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