This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.09.05
Monday, September 5th
Elizabeth Tricomi, associate professor of psychology at Rutgers University – Newark, examines why pandemic decision-making is so exhausting and difficult.
Tuesday, September 6th
Suzanne McLeod, assistant Professor in the department of teaching, learning, and educational leadership at Binghamton University, looks at ways to soften the blow of the end of summer for kids going back to school.
Wednesday, September 7th
Eva von Dassow, associate professor of history and languages of the ancient near east at the University of Minnesota, examines debt amnesty past and present.
Thursday, September 8th
Matthew Wilson, associate professor and director of graduate studies at the University of South Carolina, examines one popular term for the U.S. these days, and why it keeps popping up.
Friday, September 9th
Angela Bradbery, Frank Karel Endowed Chair in Public Interest Communications at the University of Florida, says when it comes to politics, what’s in a name can be quite a bit.
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