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February 5, 2016
Clemson University was built by those who could never attend the college. In today's Academic Minute, Clemson's Rhondda Robinson Thomas discusses the enslaved people who helped build the institution and why it’s necessary to paint the full picture of such a history.

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December 8, 2015
After an eventful and challenging year, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank discusses the tenure controversy, public higher ed financing and campus racial tensions.
December 8, 2015
Teaching great research from female scholars may help keep more female students in academia. In today's Academic Minute, Brown University's Jeff Colgan examines how male and female instructors differ when designing their syllabi.
December 7, 2015
An accidental discovery could have big health benefits in the future. In today's Academic Minute, the University of Texas at Austin's Jackie Dudley explains her research into an academic rivalry and a finding that could have big implications for our health.
December 4, 2015
Math has become a big part of improving sports teams. In today's Academic Minute, the University of the Pacific's John Mayberry explains how using mathematics has increased the chances of winning for his university’s water polo team.
December 3, 2015
What’s an exergame and how is it helping children with autism spectrum disorders? In today's Academic Minute, Claudia Hilton of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston describes these games and their benefit to autistic children.

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