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Hope isn’t just for campaign slogans. In today's Academic Minute, part of Timely Topics Week, the University of Connecticut's Sarah Stitzlein discusses how to put hope into action.

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January 6, 2011
Jan. 6: In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Notre Dame's Corey Angst explains how use of the iPad is evolving and becoming increasingly relevant in higher education. Dr. Angst is an assistant professor of management in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, and has conducted research and consulted on the health care IT for multinational companies and the U.S. government.
January 5, 2011
Jan. 5: In today’s Academic Minute, Quinnipiac University's Paul Janensch explores the benefits communities hope to gain when they award tax breaks to attract filmmakers. Janensch is professor emeritus at Quinnipiac and a longtime newspaper reporter and editor.
January 4, 2011
Jan. 4: In today’s Academic Minute, Vassar College's Jill Schneiderman defines “deep time” and explains just how different the Earth was in its earliest period. Dr. Schneiderman is professor of earth science at Vassar and author of The Earth Around Us: Maintaining a Livable Planet.
January 3, 2011
Raynard S. Kington describes his transition to the presidency of Iowa's Grinnell College.
January 2, 2011
In today’s Academic Minute, Green Mountain College's Jennifer Baker explains how she uses the movie "The Goonies" to help students understand the rules of academic writing. Baker is associate professor of arts and sciences at Green Mountain, in Vermont. You can learn more about her here.

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