Associate Professor of African American and African Studies Keith Mayes talks about this being a time to educate young people about issues of race in the U.S.
Jennifer Johnson of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication comments.
Professor John F. Hart, the University of Minnesota's oldest professor at age 90, said he will end his teaching career next May when he retires after the spring semester.
Would campus "trigger warnings" be helpful? Perhaps. For Regents Professor Madelon Sprengnether's students, painful memories of rape surface in memoir assignments.
Political science professor Andrew Karch discusses the model by which political policies spread.
Jack Zipes, German professor emeritus, discusses his English translation of the very first edition of the Brothers Grimm's tales that reveals dark subject matter.
Sociology professor Phyllis Moen weighs in on how technology is changing the nature of work for those entering the labor market today.
Hy Berman (political science) comments on the standstill nature of the past election, but offers reassurance saying "Don't worry, things will change."
Sociology professor Phyllis Moen coauthors a discussion about companies paying for women to freeze their eggs, or as the authors suggest, help women be more like men.
Research by CLA Dean John Coleman gives insight into campaign spending.
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