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January 22, 2021
This month's episode of the Pulse podcast features a recording (audio and video) of a keynote presentation made by the psychologist JT Kostman at the 2020 PADLA eLearning 3.0 Conference.

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January 4, 2021
Interactions with those we dislike or ignore, could have important ramifications for the future. In today's Academic Minute, part of Misericordia University Week, Alicia Nordstrom details how one project is doing just that.
January 3, 2021
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute. For the Best Education Segment Award: Laurie Grobman, professor of English and women’s studies at Pennsylvania State University's Berks Campus, determined that skills acquired in the humanities will become more important for businesses in our changing world.
December 31, 2020
This is Best of Week on the Academic Minute. For the Best Psychology Segment Award: Kate Nelson-Coffey, assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of the South, examined the happiness gap for mothers.
December 30, 2020
This episode looks back at 2020 and the podcast's eight months of discussions about the impact of the pandemic on higher education and vulnerable college students.
December 30, 2020
This is Best of Week on the Academic Minute. For the Best Health Segment Award: Gregg Henriques, professor of psychology at James Madison University, discussed a new way to think about depression.

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