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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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September 10, 2014
It’s no big secret that washing your hands regularly will help keep you healthy. But in today's Academic Minute, Rutgers University's Don Schaffner tells us that hand washing is an inexact process.
September 9, 2014
This month's edition of The Pulse podcast examines what the future holds for flipping the classroom. This is the second of a two-part series on the Horizon Report.
September 9, 2014
Can a conditional economic bump help improve overall health? In today's Academic Minute, the University of Florida's Elizabeth Shenkman is tracking the effects of money spent specifically on one’s health.
September 8, 2014
People cite procrastination as a major factor influencing productivity in a negative way.  In today's Academic Minute, Penn State University's David Rosenbaum a psychologist at Penn State University, has coined the term "precrastination."
September 5, 2014
On our Sept. 5 program, the University of Virginia's Josipa Roksa joins Inside Higher Ed Editor Scott Jaschik and moderator Casey Green to talk about the findings of her new book, Aspiring Adults Adrift, and Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen discusses the change in his college's admissions policy that will allow students to apply with only a two-minute video -- no transcript, no essays.


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