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August 24, 2016
Our understanding of the universe is getting smaller and smaller. In today's Academic Minute, Siena College's John Cummings describes neutrinos and why they are so key to our understanding of the cosmos.
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May 13, 2016
The amount of food that is wasted in the United States is startling. In today's Academic Minute, the University of Florida's Jeff Brecht explores how getting over our fascination with perfect-looking food could help us save a bundle at the grocery store.
May 12, 2016
Mindfulness might not be just for your mind. In today's Academic Minute, Augusta University's Vernon Barnes explains how mindful eating may be a healthy way to lose weight.
May 11, 2016
This webinar will discuss the pitfalls of legacy university planning systems and discuss modern approaches for streamlining the budgeting and forecasting process. You will hear case studies of how organizations such as Tufts University and University College London have revolutionized the way they do financial planning – resulting in more efficient processes, improved reporting and analytics, and ultimately improved organizational decision making.
May 11, 2016
Next time you open a bag of chips, concentrate on the crunch. In today's Academic Minute, Colorado State University's Gina S. Mohr explores how being mindful of the sound your food makes when consuming it may lead to eating less of it.
May 10, 2016
Not getting enough sleep carries an increased risk of obesity. In today's Academic Minute, as part of Food Week, the University of Chicago's Erin C. Hanlon explains that lack of sleep can make your body go haywire, causing you to want to overeat.