Sam seidel, Stanford University – Creative Hustle
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Sometimes simple changes can have big results. Sam Seidel, k12 lab director of strategy and research at the d. school at Stanford University, discusses the benefits of creative hustling. sam seidel, co-author, Creative Hustle: Blaze Your Own Path and Make Work That Matters. His previous books include Hip Hop Genius and Hip Hop Genius 2.0. He speaks internationally about design, race, culture, and education. sam has taught in a variety of settings from a public first grade classroom to Ivy League graduate programs. Creative Hustle https://academicminute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/01-24-23-S ..read more
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Sandra Peart, University of Richmond – We Need Capable, Ethical Leaders – Now More Than Ever
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Good leaders can be hard to find. Sandra Peart, dean and E. Claiborne distinguished professor in the Jepsen School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond, says it’s a society-wide problem. Sandra J. Peart is dean and E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professor in Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies. She is also president of the Jepson Scholars Foundation. An economist, Peart has written or edited 11 books and is the author of more than 100 articles in the areas of constitutional political economy, leadership in experimental settin ..read more
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This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.01.23)
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This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.1.23   Monday Sandra Peart, dean and E. Claiborne distinguished professor in the Jepsen School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond, says good leadership is hard to find.   Tuesday Sam Seidel, k12 lab director of strategy and research at the d. school at Stanford University, discusses the benefits of creative hustling.   Wednesday Nancy Jecker, professor in the department of bioethics and humanities at the University of Washington School of Medicine, looks into the ethics of brain-computer interfacing.   T ..read more
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The Academic Minute for 2023.01.16-2023.01.20
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The Academic Minute from 1.16 – 1.20 MondayPeter Kaiser – University of California, IrvineTherapies that Restore the Body’s Own Tumor Suppressing Activity Peter Kaiser, PhD, is the chair of the Department of Biological Chemistry at the UC Irvine School of Medicine and member of the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Kaiser’s research interests include cell cycle control, regulation of proteins by ubiquitylation, reactivation of p53 in cancer, and cancer drug target discovery. TuesdaySylvia Sierra – Syracuse UniversityMedia References in Everday Conversation Sylvia Sierra is a discou ..read more
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Ioakim Boutakidis, California State University Fullerton – Boys and Men’s Struggles in School Reveal a Systemic Inequity
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The mental health of males demands closer focus. Ioakim Boutakidis, professor of child and adolescent studies at California State University, Fullerton, explores how it manifests in a school setting. Ioakim Boutakidis is a professor of Child and Adolescent Studies at California State University Fullerton, where he has also served as Faculty Fellow of Student Success, Associate Dean of Student Success, and department chair.  He is a current member of the National Taskforce on Boys in School, operating within the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinities (Division 51) of ..read more
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Kerry Whigham, Binghamton University – How Can Genocide Be Prevented?
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Genocides don’t begin overnight, so how can we stop them before they get started? Kerry Whigham, assistant professor of genocide and mass atrocity prevention at Binghamton University, explains. Kerry Whigham is Assistant Professor of Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention at Binghamton University and Co-Director of its Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention. His first book, Resonant Violence: Affect, Memory, and Activism in Post-Genocide Societies, was published in 2022 by Rutgers University Press. He is also the Director of Research and Online Education at the Auschwitz Institute ..read more
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Filip Viskupic, South Dakota State University – Politics Drives Parental COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Nurses
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Politics can drive vaccine hesitancy, even for nurses and children. Filip Viskupic, assistant professor of political science at South Dakota University, examines why. Dr. Filip Viskupič is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and a Research Associate at The SDSU Poll at South Dakota State University. Dr. Viskupič earned his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in 2019. His research is interdisciplinary in scope and lies at the intersection of political science, psychology, and public health. Politics Drives Parental COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Nurses https://academicminute.org/wp-c ..read more
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Sylvia Sierra, Syracuse University – Media References in Everyday Conversation
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2w ago
Media references can be a great way to break the ice in a conversation. Sylvia Sierra, assistant professor of communication and rhetorical studies at Syracuse University, explores why. Sylvia Sierra is a discourse analyst interested in language and social interaction. She takes an interactional sociolinguistic approach to exploring knowledge management and identity construction in everyday communication in both face-to-face and online contexts. Her research interests include identity, epistemics, intertextuality, globalization, popular culture/media, Mexican Spanish, social media, multimodal m ..read more
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This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.01.16)
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This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.1.16   Monday Peter Kaiser, professor and chair of biological chemistry at the University of California, Irvine, explores a new therapy to fight tumors.   Tuesday Sylvia Sierra, assistant professor of communication and rhetorical studies at Syracuse University, explores why media references can be a great way to break the ice in a conversation.   Wednesday Filip Viskupic, assistant professor of political science at South Dakota University, examines why politics can drive vaccine hesitancy, even for nurses and children.   Thursday Kerry ..read more
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The Academic Minute for 2023.01.09-2023.01.13
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The Academic Minute from 1.9 – 1.13 MondayBen Cotterill – Clemson UniversityChildren’s Eyewitness Testimony Ben Cotterill, PhD, is a lecturer at Clemson University, where he teaches courses relating to forensic psychology. His research interests include personality development, the reliability and credibility of eyewitness testimony, and testing police procedures used with children. His doctoral thesis examined how children’s temperament relates to their eyewitness performance. This year he released a book, published by Palgrave Macmillan, called Are Children Reliable Witnesses? TuesdayM ..read more
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