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This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.05.20)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.05.20


Matthew Cronin, professor of management at George Mason University, explores why current approaches to workplace mental health aren’t working.


Scott Malia, associate professor and chair in the department of theatre & dance at the College of the Holy Cross, explores what makes a film so bad it’s good.


Jacob Sawyer, assistant professor of psychology at Alma College, examines the myths around grief and bereavement.


Daniel Lewis, lecturer in the humanities and social sciences division at the California Institute of Technology, details how redwoods are adaptive giants.


Morgan Polikoff, professor of education at the University of Southern California, wonders why parents aren’t as worried about COVID’s effects on kids as experts are.


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