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Academic Minute Annual Awards

December 31, 2015
 
 

The following podcasts have won the Academic Minute's awards for 2015 (and, belatedly, for 2014). Congratulations to:

  • Mitchell Grayson of the Medical College of Wisconsin for winning our 2015 Presidents’ Choice Senior Superlative award. His segment, which originally aired on Sept. 28, 2015, analyzed a new way to treat asthma. Read more here.
  • Stacy Tye-Williams of Iowa State University for winning our 2015 Listeners’ Choice award. A professor of communication studies and English, Tye-Williams’s poll-winning segment, which originally aired on Jan. 26, 2015, focused on workplace bullying. Read more here.
  • Ron Mallett of the University of Connecticut for winning our 2015 Most Likely to Blow Your Mind Senior Superlative award. In his Academic Minute segment, which originally aired on Feb. 16, 2015, this research professor of physics discussed theories of time travel. Read more here.
  • Larry Stevens of Northern Arizona University for winning our 2015 Most Likely to Take Over the World Senior Superlative award. His segment, which originally aired on July 8, 2015, profiled how chocolate can boost your brain’s attentiveness. Find out more here.
  • Paul Arciero of Skidmore College for winning our 2014 Most Likely to Change the World Senior Superlative award. His segment, which originally aired on Nov. 6, 2014, offered a better way to exercise by focusing on the quality instead of just the quantity of your gym visits. Find out more here.

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