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A new podcast explores Andy Hoffman’s thoughts on making scholarly research more relevant.
A new paper from Andy Hoffman examines 'The Next Phase of Business Sustainability.'
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, says academics must evolve in the digital age.
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In this video, Professor Andy Hoffman discusses the importance of public engagement and bringing research to a wider audience.
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, says academics need to inject scientific literacy into political discourse.
Professors Joe Arvai and Andy Hoffman say the corporate world still has to deal with climate change despite U.S. political decisions.
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing for Inside Higher Ed, explains why only publishing in prestigious journals may not be a good thing.