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The Academic Minute for 2024.04.22-2024.04.26

The Academic Minute from 4.22 – 4.26

Cailyn Green SUNY Empire
Best Practices in Treating Substance Use and Eating Disorders
Cailyn Green, MS, Ph.D., Masters-CASAC is the Assistant Professor of Addiction Studies at SUNY Empire State University. Her research in the substance use field a supported by her past clinical experience.

She earned her BA degree in psychology from Wester New England University, her MS degree in forensic mental health from Sage Graduate School and her Ph.D. in criminal justice with a specialization in addiction science from Walden University. Dr. Green is also a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor in New York State. Dr. Greens area of expertise is supporting clinicians who work in the addiction field to best serve their clients. She spent her hands on clinical time working directly with the recently incarcerated population.

Mandy O’Neill – George Mason University
Does Your Workplace Have a Culture of Anxiety?
Olivia (Mandy) O’Neill is an associate professor of management at the George Mason University Costello College of Business. She received her PhD in organizational behavior from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Prior to teaching at Mason, she was on the faculty at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. O’Neill’s research focuses on the interrelationships among emotions, organizational culture, and gender.

Special thanks to Jeanette Patrick and James Patrick Ambuske of R2 Studios, housed within the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.

Kishore Gawande – University of Texas at Austin
Property Rights Retreat is Dragging Down China’s Economy
Kishore Gawande is a professor and chair of the Department of Business, Government & Society in The University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business. An award-winning professor, he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on business, global political economy, and international business. Gawande’s research examines the effects of socioeconomic and political events on economies. He has examined economic relationships in emerging and developed economies on issues such as state capacity, institutions, protests, the effects of lobbying, and relationships between anti-poverty programs and violence reduction. Gawande has also studied global supply chains, trade policy, and economic crises, and some of his research has been funded by the World Bank and the National Science Foundation.

Paula Rochon – University of Toronto
Navigating Medication Awareness for a Healthier Tomorrow
Dr. Rochon is Founding Director of Women’s Age Lab, a geriatrician and senior scientist at Women’s College Hospital and ICES. She received her medical degree from McMaster University and Master of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Rochon is a professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto (UofT) and is the inaugural RTOERO Chair in Geriatric Medicine at UofT. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and a Fellow of the Canadian Geriatrics Society.

Abby Chandler – University of Massachusetts Lowell
A Tale of Two Colonists
Abby Chandler is Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her second book, “Seized with the Temper of the Times”: Identity and Rebellion in Pre-Revolutionary America, was published by Westholme in 2023. She has also published articles on eighteenth-century political movements in Early American Studies, Protest in the Long Eighteenth Century, and the North Carolina Historical Review.


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