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October 27, 2020
How do we teach students about the environment in a meaningful way? In today's Academic Minute, Western Connecticut State University's Theodora Pinou steps outside to find out.

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October 6, 2020
This webinar will explore how learners are weighing their plans for completion, their assessment of the value of their education, and their sense of purpose in pursuing their career and personal goals.
October 6, 2020
We’re celebrating a decade of the Academic Minute this week and next with one segment from each year. In this segment from 2011, Kyle Meng, then a doctoral candidate at Columbia University, told us why El Niño was responsible for civil wars around the globe.
October 5, 2020
We’re celebrating a decade of the Academic Minute this week and next with one segment from each year. In this segment from 2010, Smith College's Patricia DiBartolo informed us about the good and bad aspects of perfectionism.
October 2, 2020
How does a country on the wrong side of a war go on to quickly become a tourist destination? In today's Academic Minute, Agnes Scott College's Gundolf Graml discusses one instance from World War II.
October 1, 2020
A major figure in Latina history has gone unnoticed. In today's Academic Minute, Eastern New Mexico University's Cynthia Orozco examines an important life few have heard of.

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