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The Academic Minute

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Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders

Businesses that shift focus from transactions to relationships with stakeholders could be better off. Doug Bosse, professor of business at the University of Richmond, explores why. Doug Bosse is Professor of Strategic Management and the David Meade White Jr. Chair in Business at the Robins School of Business at University of Richmond. Doug is also […] The post Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders

James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Who are the Mandaeans? James McGrath, professor of religion at Butler University, delves into this historical religious group. James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature. His PhD from the University of Durham became the basis for his first book, John’s Apologetic Christology, published by Cambridge University Press in […] The post James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

A better way to rid waterways of harmful PCBs could be on the way. Upal Ghosh, professor in the department of chemical, biochemical, and environmental engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, discusses this breakthrough. My research group explores fundamental process mechanisms that control pollutant fate in soils, sediments, and aquatic environments. We use […] The post Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System

Public hospitals used to be a safety net for health care. Simon Haeder, assistant professor of public policy at Penn State University, details why this changed. Simon F. Haeder is an assistant professor of public policy. Prior to joining the Penn State School of Public Policy, he was an assistant professor in the Department of […] The post Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System

Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset

Students react in different ways to criticism. Bonnie Green, professor of psychology at East Stroudsburg University, explores the ways a critical remark has an effect on a student’s learning capabilities. Bonnie A Green, Ph.D. is an experimental psychologist who specializing in research in the Science of Success, particularly as it relates to academic achievement and […] The post Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset

Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems

On George Fox University Week: Monarch butterfly wings could help get small flying robots up and running. Nathan Slegers, professor of mechanical engineering, has more. Nathan Slegers, PhD is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering. His research emphasizes improving actively controlled systems by combining modeling, unique control methods and innovative sensor systems. Recent funded research projects […] The post Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems

Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress?

On George Fox University Week: What is causing moral distress among student nurses and health care workers? Lorretta Krautscheid, associate professor in nursing, explains. Lorretta Krautscheid, PhD, MS, RN, CNE is an Associate Professor in Nursing. Her scholarship has centered on teaching strategies to promote ethically informed, evidence-based, theory-guided practice. Lorretta has presented and published […] The post Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress? appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress?

Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization

On George Fox University Week: Should the students run the classroom? Debby Thomas, assistant professor of management, looks at one way of divvying up responsibility so everyone benefits. Debby Thomas, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Management as well as a corporate leadership trainer who teaches leadership, management and organizational behavior courses. She facilitates the […] The post Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization

Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development

On George Fox University Week: More data brings opportunities for research. Nate Peach, associate professor of economics, determines why economics is a good area of study for undergraduates. Nate Peach, PhD is an Associate Professor of Economics at George Fox University. His research interests include regional economic development, economic pedagogy, and the role of virtues […] The post Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development

Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance

On George Fox University Week: An awakening of indigenous “agency” is under way. Tricia Hornback, assistant professor of intercultural studies, examines the contributing factors. Tricia Hornback, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies, lead faculty for the George Fox University Center for Peace and Justice, and faculty mentor to the GFU Steinfeldt Scholars. She […] The post Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance appeared first on The Academic Minute.

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Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance

Latest Episodes

Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders

Businesses that shift focus from transactions to relationships with stakeholders could be better off. Doug Bosse, professor of business at the University of Richmond, explores why. Doug Bosse is Professor of Strategic Management and the David Meade White Jr. Chair in Business at the Robins School of Business at University of Richmond. Doug is also […] The post Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s7 h ago
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Doug Bosse, University of Richmond – Shareholders and Stakeholders

James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Who are the Mandaeans? James McGrath, professor of religion at Butler University, delves into this historical religious group. James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature. His PhD from the University of Durham became the basis for his first book, John’s Apologetic Christology, published by Cambridge University Press in […] The post James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 d ago
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James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

A better way to rid waterways of harmful PCBs could be on the way. Upal Ghosh, professor in the department of chemical, biochemical, and environmental engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, discusses this breakthrough. My research group explores fundamental process mechanisms that control pollutant fate in soils, sediments, and aquatic environments. We use […] The post Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s2 d ago
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Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System

Public hospitals used to be a safety net for health care. Simon Haeder, assistant professor of public policy at Penn State University, details why this changed. Simon F. Haeder is an assistant professor of public policy. Prior to joining the Penn State School of Public Policy, he was an assistant professor in the Department of […] The post Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s3 d ago
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Simon Haeder, Penn State University – Public Hospitals and the Development of the U.S. Healthcare System

Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset

Students react in different ways to criticism. Bonnie Green, professor of psychology at East Stroudsburg University, explores the ways a critical remark has an effect on a student’s learning capabilities. Bonnie A Green, Ph.D. is an experimental psychologist who specializing in research in the Science of Success, particularly as it relates to academic achievement and […] The post Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s4 d ago
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Bonnie A. Green, East Stroudsburg University – Oppositional Mindset

Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems

On George Fox University Week: Monarch butterfly wings could help get small flying robots up and running. Nathan Slegers, professor of mechanical engineering, has more. Nathan Slegers, PhD is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering. His research emphasizes improving actively controlled systems by combining modeling, unique control methods and innovative sensor systems. Recent funded research projects […] The post Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 w ago
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Nathan Slegers, George Fox University – Butterfly Inspired Innovations in Unmanned Systems

Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress?

On George Fox University Week: What is causing moral distress among student nurses and health care workers? Lorretta Krautscheid, associate professor in nursing, explains. Lorretta Krautscheid, PhD, MS, RN, CNE is an Associate Professor in Nursing. Her scholarship has centered on teaching strategies to promote ethically informed, evidence-based, theory-guided practice. Lorretta has presented and published […] The post Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress? appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 w ago
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Lorretta Krautscheid, George Fox University – What Can Be Done About Moral Distress?

Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization

On George Fox University Week: Should the students run the classroom? Debby Thomas, assistant professor of management, looks at one way of divvying up responsibility so everyone benefits. Debby Thomas, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Management as well as a corporate leadership trainer who teaches leadership, management and organizational behavior courses. She facilitates the […] The post Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Debby Thomas, George Fox University – The Classroom as an Organization

Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development

On George Fox University Week: More data brings opportunities for research. Nate Peach, associate professor of economics, determines why economics is a good area of study for undergraduates. Nate Peach, PhD is an Associate Professor of Economics at George Fox University. His research interests include regional economic development, economic pedagogy, and the role of virtues […] The post Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Nate Peach, George Fox University – Teaching Undergraduates to Measure Economic Development

Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance

On George Fox University Week: An awakening of indigenous “agency” is under way. Tricia Hornback, assistant professor of intercultural studies, examines the contributing factors. Tricia Hornback, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies, lead faculty for the George Fox University Center for Peace and Justice, and faculty mentor to the GFU Steinfeldt Scholars. She […] The post Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance appeared first on The Academic Minute.

-1 s1 w ago
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Tricia Hornback, George Fox University – Indigenous Agency, Decolonization and Survivance
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