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Anna Amirkhanyan, American University – Are We Biased Against Government?
Trust in government is said to be at an all-time low. Anna Amirkhanyan, professor of public administration and policy at American University, digs down to find out if national trends are just spin. Anna Amirkhanyan is a professor of public administration and policy at American University. Her research focuses on public and nonprofit management, organizational […]
Karla Loya, University of Hartford – Pandemic Teaching and Learning Should Be Inclusive and Supportive
Fostering an inclusive environment is key during a time of crisis. Karla Loya, assistant professor of educational leadership in higher education at the University of Hartford, explores how to make sure no one gets left behind. Karla I. Loya, Ph.D. (she/her/ella) is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership in Higher Education at the University of […]
Kevin Ketels, Wayne State University – Four Reasons Americans Are Still Seeing Empty Shelves
Why are consumers still finding empty shelves? Kevin Ketels, assistant professor of teaching in global supply chain management at Wayne State University, delves into the reasons behind the shortages. Kevin Ketels is Assistant Professor of Teaching, Global Supply Chain Management at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He is faculty lead for the program in […]
Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University – Goal-Setting and Resolutions
Having vague goals makes them even harder to reach. Joanne Dickson, associate professor of psychology at Edith Cowan University, determines how to stay on track. Joanne M. Dickson is an Associate Professor in the Division of Psychology, School of Arts & Humanities, at Edith Cowan University (ECU), Australia. Her main research focuses on mental health […]
Olivier Civelli, University of California at Irvine – Preventing Morphine Addiction and Potentially Curbing the Opioid Epidemic
The opioid epidemic has been overshadowed by the pandemic, but is still ongoing. Oliver Civelli, professor of neuropharmacology at the University of California, Irvine, determines a possible solution to helping curb it. Olivier Civelli is a molecular biologist, a researcher in the field of neuropharmacology and an educator. He is the Eric L. and Lila D. […]
Diya Abdo, Guilford College – Resettlement Campuses are the Future of Higher Education
What can be done to help refugees in this country? Diya Abdo, professor of English at Guilford College, delves into this question. Diya Abdo is a Professor of English at Guilford College. A second-generation Palestinian refugee born and raised in Jordan, Dr. Abdo’s teaching, research, and scholarship focus on Arab women writers and Arab and […]
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