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This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.06.03)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.06.03

Monday

Kris Wobbe, associate professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, explains why developing high-impact practices for students can be beneficial for institutions.

Tuesday

Kimberly LeChasseur, senior research and evaluation associate, examines whether too much project-based learning can be bad for you.

Wednesday

Ryan Madan, associate professor of teaching in the humanities and arts department, determines why a capstone project in the arts and humanities fields could have benefits for many types of students.

Thursday

Sarah Stanlick, assistant professor in the department of integrative and global studies, answers whether a negative project experience still provide benefits to students.

Friday

Lindsey Davis, assistant professor of teaching in the humanities and arts department, looks into how projects can narrow self-efficacy gaps for female students.

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