The Academic Minute for 2023.05.15-2023.05.19

The Academic Minute from 5.15 – 5.19 Monday Billi Bromer – Brenau University What Are Post-Traditional

Neil Fitzgerald, Marist College – Using Modern Chemical Methods to Detect Fake Chinese Liquor

Is that liquor you just bought fake? Neil Fitzgerald, professor of chemistry and associate dean of

Chun Zhang, University of Dayton – How a Company Can Reduce Brand Hate

Everyone has a brand they don’t like for one reason or another. Chun Zhang, assistant professor

Peter Gray, Boston College – Why Children Need More Independent Adventure Than They Are Currently Allowed

Children need independent play. Peter Gray, research professor of psychology and neuroscience at Boston College, examines

Zaya Rustamova, Kennesaw State University – Resilience of No Longer Others’ in Series The Other Gaze

The fight against gender inequality goes on. Zaya Rustamova, associate professor of Spanish at Kennesaw State

Billi Bromer, Brenau University – What Are Post-Traditional Online Students Telling Us?

How do we connect with different age groups when using online learning? Billi Bromer, professor in

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.05.15)

Cornell University Week on The Academic Minute 2023.05.15   Monday Billi Bromer, professor in the college

The Academic Minute for 2023.05.08-2023.05.12

The Academic Minute from 5.08 – 5.12 Monday Miriam Wallace – New College of Florida Free

Robert Kunzman, Indiana University – Learning from Failure

Failure is inevitable. Robert Kunzman, professor of curriculum studies and philosophy of education at Indiana University,

Elizabeth Blaber, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Understanding How the Environment Affects Stem Cell Function

How our environment affects us can be complex. Elizabeth Blaber, assistant professor in the biomedical engineering