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Historical World Orders and Our Current Crisis

Looking back in history can help us solve the problems of today. In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Cambridge’s Ayse Zarakol takes a look back.

Variety of Attitudes About Science

Why is there such a large variety of attitudes to even well-evidenced science? In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Bath’s Laurence Hurst explores the differences between those who trust in science and those who do not.

Sharing Attention Across Societal Divides

Shared attention can be key to bridging the gaps between us in society. In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville’s Garriy Shteynberg explores.

An interview with Sian Beilock, president of Dartmouth

Sian Beilock, the first woman elected president of Dartmouth in the institution’s 250-year history, speaks about female leadership in higher education and performing under pressure

Highlighting Short-Term Costs Reduces Unhealthy Behavior

How do we stop our unhealthy behaviors? In today's Academic Minute, Cornell University's Kaitlin Woolley looks short-term for help.

Virtue and Video Games

Video games can get a bad rap at times, but they can bring benefits to those who play them. In today’s Academic Minute, Macalester College’s James Dawes examines how.

Voices of Student Success: College and Career Pathways for Rural Learners

Life after graduation readiness programs help rural high school students see a path to their future goals through college.

LGBTQ+ Workers Want More Than Pinkwashing

LGBTQ+ workers want more than companies appearing to support causes at work. In today’s Academic Minute, Ohio State University’s Dorian Rhea Debussy discusses what else should be done.