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TU in 2

Faculty Lectures in Two Minutes

"TU in 2"–a series on our YouTube channel–offers viewers two-minute faculty lectures on a wide variety of subjects. Produced as responses to questions, the TU in 2 lectures are fun, snappy, concise and unconventionally informative. Just like our faculty.

 

           
  What is aerial dance?

Jayne Bernasconi

Dance

   

What is appreciative inquiry?

Sharon Jones-Eversley

Family Studies &
Community Development
             
  What is e-business?

Stella Tomasi

e-Business & Technology Management

   

What is herpes?

Barry Margulies

Biological Sciences

             
  Why is bipartisan compromise so difficult?

John McTague

Political Science

   

What is 3D Printing?

Jan Baum

Art

             
  What is compulsive hoarding?

Greg Chasson

Psychology

   

Should politicans make fun of themselves?

Amy Bree Becker

Mass Communication & Communication Studies
             
  How did food become part of American politics?

Nancy Siegel
Art History

   

How do I play a drum roll?

Pat Roulet

Music

 

             
  What is project management?

Chaodong Han

e-Business & Technology Management

    Why are products priced with numbers ending in 9?

Philippe Duverger
Marketing
             
  Are employers allowed to read your e-mails?

William Smith
Management
    Can helmets prevent concussions?

Michael Higgins
Kinesiology

             
  Is there zero gravity in space?

Don Thomas
Hackerman
Academy

    What is culturally competent heathcare?

Nancy Hannafin
Nursing

             
  How do pesticides affect the environment?

Clare Muhoro
Chemistry

    Why are there probably no UFOs?

Alex Storrs
Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences
             
  Why do scientists make organisms glow green?

Gail Gasparich
Biological Sciences

    Why do we need a single theory of physics?

James Overduin
Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences

             
  What is direct animation?

Phil Davis
Electronic Media & Film

 

   

 

 

 

 

 


 

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