This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.05.18)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.05.18 Monday, May 18th Thomas Mackey, professor in the department

The Academic Minute for 2020.05.11-2020.05.15

  The Academic Minute from 05.11 – 05.15 Monday, May 11th Kelly Whitmer – University of

Katie McGhee, University of the South – The Consequences of Maternal Stress on Offspring

On University of the South Week:  Maternal stress can have large impacts on their children. Katie

Katie Nelson-Coffey, University of the South – Happiness Gap for Mothers

On University of the South Week:  Why is there a happiness gap for mothers? Katie Nelson-Coffey,

William E. Engel, University of the South – The Printer as Author in Early Modern English Book History

On University of the South Week:  One man had a big effect on English Reformation printing.

Rob Bachman, University of the South – Designing New Platinum-Based Anti-Cancer Drugs

On University of the South Week:  Platinum isn’t just for well selling music artists. Rob Bachman,

Kelly Whitmer, University of the South – Youth and Early Modern Innovation Culture

On University of the South Week: We can look to the young to help with innovation.

This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.05.11)

University of the South Week on The Academic Minute 2019.05.11 Monday, May 11th Kelly Whitmer, associate

Felipa Chavez, Florida Institute of Technology – Anxiety in Children

The rise of social media can leave kids anxious. Felipa Chavez, assistant professor of psychology at

Jonathan Preston, Syracuse University – Speech Disorders in Children

Helping children with speech disorders starts with their tongue. Jonathan Preston, associate professor in the department