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October 28, 2016
The Great Pumpkin and Charlie Brown are part of Halloween. In today's Academic Minute, Washington and Lee University's Stephen Lind takes a deeper look at this classic TV special and the lessons it teaches us about faith and doubt.

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July 6, 2014
Inside Higher Ed editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman review the findings of our 2014 Survey of Chief Business Officers.  
July 3, 2014
Computers are very useful in the classroom, but in the near future, they might be conducting the class. In today’s Academic Minute, Washington State University's Matt Taylor discusses how he is teaching computers how to teach.
July 2, 2014
The Power of Californium Research might change the way we build and store radioactive waste. In today’s Academic Minute, Florida State University's Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt describes his work with atomic element number 98: californium.
July 1, 2014
On Tuesday, July 1 at 1 p.m. Eastern, Inside Higher Ed presented Working Well with Faculty, a webinar featuring Susan Christy, author of Working Effectively with Faculty: Guidebook for Higher Education Staff and Managers. The presentation exploreed how administrators can improve their relationships with faculty members -- and why this matters.  View the video below.  
July 1, 2014
In today's Academic Minute, the University of Alberta's Geoff Ball discusses research showing that up to a third of children with obesity could be classified as “metabolically healthy.”


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