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In this episode, Zen speaks with Jeff Hubbard about publishing academic journal articles. As a graduate student, Jeff has published in seven different peer reviewed journals and has a lot of wisdom (and humor) to share. You can learn more about Jeff by visiting his academia page (https://baylor.academia.edu/JeffHubbard/). Other Episodes You Might Like Writing Religious Studies: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/writing-religious-studies-featuring-amos-yong-alicia/id1648052085?i=1000621879919 Dave Nelson on Publishing Academic Books: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dave-nelson-on-publishing-academic-books/id1648052085?i=1000606742147 Theology in Many Voices by Amy Chilton: https://www.baylorpress.com/9781481317306/theology-in-many-voices/
Dr. Evelin Molina Dacker, MD is a Latinx-American, sex-positive Family Medicine physician. She applies her integrative and holistic approach to sexuality medicine, women's health, preventative care, consent education and teaching. She is active in creating a safe space for LGBTQIA youth and adults and helping people through illness, trauma, and life transitions towards finding balance and joy. She incorporates a multidisciplinary approach with principles of gratitude and pleasure to support her patients in creating their own wellness. Evelin has a special interest in reframing and re-educating people on Sexually Transmitted Infections. She sees our relationship with STIs as a metaphor for the fear and shame we have around our sexuality. As a practicing physician, this is encountered in her everyday healing. Her clinical and scientific knowledge, along with her lived experience as a Latinx, queer person, have given her a unique perspective that is beyond the Academic. Dr. Molina Dacker was awarded as the 2023 recipient of the Robert L. Haynie Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award from her medical school, Case Western Reserve University. In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Molina Dacker created the safer sex communication model STARS to help facilitate open and honest safer sex conversations. She is a community leader, a consent and sex educator, sexual health activist and TEDx speaker. Today we talk about Dr. Dacker's work, Functional Medicine, and the STARS framework. Ads/ Discounts: Dipsea: Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/sands Flure App: https://flure.onelink.me/TEKB/j1reb4sc NOCD: Get a free 15 min consultation today at https://www.treatmyocd.com/ Dr. Dacker: https://www.maketimeforthetalk.com/ https://www.evalenedacker.com/ FOLLOW US Twitter Instagram Facebook Send questions, comments, stories, rants to: SlutsAndScholars@gmail.com Sluts And Scholars is a production of sluts and scholars media. Loving disclaimer: Sluts and Scholars is a podcast produced by Sluts & Scholars Media, LLC. It is a shame free educational podcast made for your entertainment and informational desires only. The podcast, any opinions we share, and any resources including social media and emails from us are not therapy, medical care or professional advice and do not create a patient-client relationship. None of the information, opinions, suggestions, resources or exercises mentioned in this podcast should be used without clearance from your health care provider. All opinions, information and ideas expressed by the guests are solely their own. If you need emergency mental health or medical help, please call 911 or 988 or go to your nearest emergency center. We hope you enjoy the show.
Climate change can feel like an impossible crisis these days. Every week there is some new report about the irreversible damage we're doing to our planet and the havoc it will bring to people's lives. We all know cutting emissions is the solution, yet governments and companies seem no closer to meeting the goals that scientists say we must hit. It can feel hopeless.There is one possible controversial solution to climate change many in the mainstream haven't discussed. It's so controversial, in fact, that some experts say we shouldn't even be discussing it. But University of Chicago Professor David Keith says we need to talk about it. It's called solar geoengineering—the process in which you reflect a small fraction of sunlight back into space. As the founding director of the Climate Systems Engineering Initiative at UChicago, Keith is leading a team that will research solar geoengineering and other novel solutions to climate change.
On this episode of The Report Card, Nat Malkus speaks with Brooks Bowden about her recent paper The Unintended Consequences of Academic Leniency, co-authored by Viviana Rodriguez and Zach Weingarten. Nat and Brooks discuss how grading policies influence student effort and engagement, whether academic leniency helps low ability students, why North Carolina's changes to its grading policies led to increased absenteeism, whether making grading policies stricter can ameliorate student achievement, whether increases in academic leniency in the wake of the pandemic are good for students, and more.Brooks Bowden is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Center for Benefit–Cost Studies of Education.Show Notes:The Unintended Consequences of Academic LeniencyLenient Grading Won't Help Struggling Students. Addressing Chronic Absenteeism Will.Designing Field Experiments to Integrate Research on Costs
Chris Hart, Director of Sales and Marketing, and Kim Walker, Director of Trade Publishing at Manchester University Press join Avi to discuss how MUP and other university publishers have changed their model over the last decade and put a major focus on trade publishing over the classic niche academic monograph. We also discuss how being the only academic publisher in Northern England forms a big part of the identity and content published by the press. Avi Staiman is the founder and CEO of Academic Language Experts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Welcome back to the Environmental Economics series, hosted by Jordan Lofthouse. On this episode, he interviews Bobbi Herzberg on a polycentric approach to solving climate change. Bobbi and Jordan discuss the importance and meaning of "polycentricity", how we can vote with our feet, major themes from public choice, Elinor Ostrom's work on climate change, and the six advantages that polycentric systems have for coping with climate change: (1) competition among decision makers, (2) cooperation among decision makers, (3) perceptions of legitimacy that lead to coproduction, (4) mutual learning through experimentation, (5) institutional resilience/robustness, and (6) emergent outcomes that are socially desirable but not centrally planned.Bobbi Herzberg is a Distinguished Senior Fellow for the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and a Senior Research Fellow. Previously, she served as assistant director of individual freedom & free markets at the John Templeton Foundation, as administrative director of The Institute of Political Economy, and as president of the Public Choice Society from 2014-2016.Check out Jordan Lofthouse's work.Referenced Works: Jordan and Bobbi's "The Continuing Case for a Polycentric Approach for Coping with Climate Change", Elinor Ostrom's "A Polycentric Approach for Coping with Climate Change"If you like the show, please subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and tell others about the show! We're available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts.Virtual Sentiments, our new podcast series from the Hayek Program is now streaming! Subscribe today and listen to season one on digital democracy.Follow the Hayek Program on Twitter: @HayekProgramLearn more about Academic & Student ProgramsFollow the Mercatus Center on Twitter: @mercatusCC Music: Twisterium
On this episode of The Report Card, Nat Malkus speaks with Brooks Bowden about her recent paper The Unintended Consequences of Academic Leniency, co-authored by Viviana Rodriguez and Zach Weingarten. Nat and Brooks discuss how grading policies influence student effort and engagement, whether academic leniency helps low ability students, why North Carolina’s changes to its […]
Want to transform your academic conference experiences? You're at the right place! I'm Inga Hoffman, a Harvard-trained pediatric hematologist, oncologist, and passionate leadership coach, here to invigorate your conference approach with foolproof strategies. This episode is all about making the most of your time at academic conferences. We delve into the nitty-gritty of pre-planning, session selection, networking, and how to maintain that ever-so-fragile work-life balance during conference season.Dive into our in-depth discussion on attending out-of-town conferences, where we'll explore the importance of meticulous planning, the benefits of reviewing the schedule in advance, and setting up meetings with potential collaborators. Beyond the conference, stay in the loop with our upcoming holiday season updates by joining my email list. Come, share your experiences and learn from a diverse academic community. Let's revolutionize academic medicine with the Academic Revolution podcast. Here's to a productive conference season!Resources mentioned in this episode:Holiday Promotion List to get big discounts on coaching packages and VIP access to my famous vision retreat: Sign up at: https://www.ingahofmann.com/holidays2023Want to work with me directly and have me personally help you through mentoring and coaching to achieve more success in your career and more fulfillment and balance in your life? Visit my website HERE and fill out this short application at the end of the page to learn more, book a discovery call, and sign up. Free Productivity Tool: 5-Steps to increase your productivity and decrease distractions. Academic Physician and Scientist Leadership Mentoring FB Community Follow me on Facebook Follow me on LinkedIn Follow me on Instagram https://www.ingahofmann.com/ – My Website where you can learn more about me, get free resources, and find out how you can work with me directly to accelerate your academic career and enjoy life.
Episode Summary:Join us for a festive episode as we explore a myriad of exciting activities to make this holiday season truly special for your family. In this episode of the Cleverly Changing Podcast, we dive into 125 fantastic things you can do with your kids during their holiday break across the USA.Episode Highlights:At-Home Activities with Kids (25 Ideas)- Create DIY snowflakes, handprint ornaments, and gingerbread houses.- Engage in holiday-themed baking and craft personalized holiday cards.- Enjoy family dance parties, storytelling sessions, and indoor scavenger hunts.Family-Friendly Activities (25 Ideas)- Host game nights, movie marathons, and cozy blanket forts.- Organize family picnics, storytelling hours, and yoga sessions together.Activities with Friends (25 Ideas)- Plan virtual cookie exchanges, trivia nights, and craft sessions with friends.- Host virtual karaoke nights, cooking classes, and escape room challenges.Family-Friendly Field Trips (25 Ideas)- Visit local holiday markets, Christmas tree farms, and light shows.- Explore museums, historical sites, botanical gardens, and wildlife parks.**Great Photo Opportunities & Memory-Making Adventures (25 Ideas)**- Enjoy snowy mountain resorts, amusement parks, and live stage shows.- Attend outdoor concerts, visit ice sculptures, and capture scenic holiday photo shoots.Engage and Connect with Cleverly Changing:- Website: [Cleverly Changing](CleverlyChanging.com)- Instagram: [@CleverlyChanging](https://www.instagram.com/CleverlyChanging)- Facebook: [CleverlyChanging](https://www.facebook.com/CleverlyChanging)- YouTube: [CleverlyChanging](https://www.youtube.com/CleverlyChanging)- Twitter: [@CleverlyChangin](https://twitter.com/CleverlyChangin)Connect with the Discussion:- Share your thoughts and engage in the conversation using #CleverlyChangingPodcast. Tell us how you keep your kids engaged during the holiday break.The holidays are about creating lasting memories and bonding with your loved ones. These 125 diverse activities cater to all interests and age groups, ensuring your family a joyous and fulfilling holiday season.Subscribe to the Cleverly Changing Podcast for more family-centric episodes, and share your favorite holiday activities with us!---These show notes highlight the key activities covered in your episode while being SEO-friendly by including relevant keywords related to family activities, holiday breaks, and engaging experiences for kids and parents. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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State broadcasters RNZ and TVNZ have had their independence called into question by the new deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters. Peters accused the two outlets of taking bribes from the previous government. He also questioned whether the two organisations will take heed of the government's new edict for government departments and agencies to alter their use of te reo Māori. Massey University senior journalism lecturer James Hollings spoke to Corin Dann.
In this episode, Paige Newhouse interviews Jason Young, co-curator of Hear Me Now: the Black Potters of Old Edgefield, South Carolina, a traveling exhibit housed at the University of Michigan Museum of Art centering enslaved artisans and the stoneware they produced.
This listening about a research project contains several examples of ‘academic' language (language related to studying at university) that you need to understand Listening Part 3. It's about a volcanic eruption, and is adapted from a Cambridge Past Paper (Book 18). Get the full lesson notes and video in the Bronze Membership on my website ieltsetc.com and the Listening Course in the Members Academy. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ieltsetc/message
The fourth and final episode of Generative AI podcast series↗️ features James Stewart, a lecturer at Science, Technology and Innovations studies↗️, The University of Edinburgh. This episode provides a comprehensive exploration of Generative AI, discussing its influence not only in academia but also across industries, and delving into the key players in this dynamic landscape. Timestamps: (2:02) Academic integrity and Generative AI (4:47) Gen AI as a personal tutor (6:03) Broader technical landscape - key players and value chain (17:09) Series conclusion: Take home messages Transcript of this episode↗️
A University of Galway academic whose research work focuses on developing computational models of human biology has been awarded a 2 million research grant from the European Research Council. Leading the transformative AVATAR project is Professor Ines Thiele, who leads the Molecular Systems Physiology Group at the University and is a Principal Investigator with APC Microbiome Ireland, the Science Foundation Ireland microbiome research centre hosted by University College Cork. AVATAR is a ground-breaking project to construct an advanced computer model that delves into the connections between genes, metabolism, microbiome and diet, and to unravel their impact on health. The model aims to predict personalised health interventions based on individual health data, offering tailored advice - similar to a virtual health coach. It will be a stepping-stone for computer-assisted diagnosis and treatment. AVATAR's powerful computer model of human metabolism will propel advancements in personalised medicine by predicting the optimal health interventions for individuals, based on their own health data. It will initially focus on inherited metabolic diseases and metabolic changes in individuals with cognitive issues. For example, the computer model may predict if a person is at risk of health issues based on their genes, microbiome, life-style parameters, and metabolism, and provide recommendations on how to intervene effectively, such as by giving specific diet recommendations. Professor Ines Thiele has been awarded 2 million European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant to spearhead the project. Professor Thiele explained: "AVATAR represents a monumental leap towards personalised medicine. Our society is very diverse, including our bodies, biologies and lifestyles, yet healthcare still largely relies on a 'one-size-fits-all' approach, assuming most people will respond the same way to the same treatment. In reality, and beyond genetics, our health is influenced by internal factors like metabolism, which are small molecules circulating in our bodies; external elements such as microbiome and lifestyle choices such as diet. "AVATAR addresses the differences between individuals by unravelling the intricate relationships between genes, metabolism, microbiome, and diet. While advancements in DNA technology hold promise for personalised medicine, the multitude of genetic variations presents a daunting challenging in determining their specific relevance to health. "The intricate interplay of these factors forms a complex web that requires a sophisticated, computer-based approach in order to untangle." This is the second ERC award for Professor Thiele, who was awarded a European Research Council Starting Grant in 2017, which enabled her pioneering work on computational modelling of the role of the microbiome on human health. The pioneering Avatar project involves collaboration and multidisciplinary efforts in a team spanning Ireland, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands and the USA. Professor Paul Ross, Director of APC Microbiome Ireland commented: "Personalised nutrition and medicine will be a huge gamechanger once we achieve the research goals to make it possible. Pioneering projects such as AVATAR will bring individualized approaches to food and medicine closer to reality when it comes to people's healthcare. See more stories here.
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How much is a college education to your future career? Areas of study don't always transition into promising careers. College debt can be difficult to eliminate. What's the best approach for you to get the education you need that leads to the career you want?In today's episode of the Business Wingmen, your hosts Steve Smith & Travis Smith dissect the ways people determine how to invest in their career futures. Join them and get some great insights about the best way to emerge without going bankrupt.
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Hola! Today I'm talking with a Chicago amiga. Aidé is a Sociology Ph.D. candidate. Her work explores the experiences of Latina graduate students, including the challenges they encounter and the supports they utilize. She is a higher education content creator that shares her experience as a Latina Ph.D and has built an online community with other Latinas across different disciplines and careers. As a Chicago native, she co-hosts events across the city to bring Latinas together. Enjoy our conversation!Instagram: @gradconmigoTikTok: @gradconmigoSuch an encouraging conversation! We can't wait to celebrate with Aide when she officially finishes. There will be a new episode every Tuesday, so after you listen feel free to take a screenshot to post on IG and tag @elevatinglacultura or send me a DM. You can also comment on our YouTube video if you're watching online. I always like to hear from people and how they resonate with the stories I share. SO leave a review on apple podcasts so we can get more ears listening to these stories and we can continue elevating la cultura.And if you haven't heard, I'm hosting an end of the year workshop for all my jefas, called Planeando con Strategy. It's going to be a time of reflection, and reset…pero we're making it fun.Join us on zoom (replay will be available) Dec 13 starting at 6pm. We're going to get all up in your business. Assess what all went down in 2023, and get a good plan set for 2024.
According to English teacher Tim Donahue, academic inflation is as real as economic inflation. In the 1960s, around 15% of grades given at colleges were “A.” As of 2017, it was nearly 50%. Meanwhile SAT scores fell by 20 points and, by 2023, ACT scores reached the worst scores in three decades. This, Donahue says, could explain why “65 percent of Americans feel they are smarter than average.” The purpose of grades is to provide feedback, a way humans learn and grow. But in a world where it is assumed that truth is found within, the purpose of grades becomes affirmation for doing the work, not to measure what was learned. According to Donahue, “If everyone gets an A, no one gets an A,” so teachers should “consider the B-plus.” But that won't do any good unless students are taught that truth exists outside of themselves, can be found, and should be pursued over and above affirmation and self-expression.
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Academic staff at Massey University have made a bid to save their jobs and ensure the future of sciences at the institution. Staff and the Tertiary Education Union have today sent Massey an alternative plan to the cuts the university is proposing as it stares down an unprecedented deficit. Reporter Jimmy Ellingham has the story.
Exciting News from The NeoLiberal Post! We are thrilled to share that The NeoLiberal has been nominated for the 2023 Media Innovator Awards by Innovation in Business and AI Global. What is the Media Innovator Awards? This prestigious award recognizes outstanding achievements in the media industry, applauding those who have demonstrated exceptional innovation and excellence in a rapidly evolving landscape. We share this award and some news about the companies that provide these awards. We also commented on news about Open AI and CHAT GPT internal conflicts and what that can mean for content creators and citizens journalists. We also discussed upcoming plans for The NeoLiberal Corporation and updates on new shows, books and feeds. Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on any stream for the exciting news and share this show with your friends, fans and followers. Support us: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support Find your stream here for free: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal This episode is available on our website in digital print via The NeoLiberal Post at https://renaldocmckenzie.com. The NeoLiberal Round is a production of The NeoLiberal Corporation by Renaldo McKenzie. We are a Think Tank, a digital news media and publishing company, Academic and Research Company and IT firm aimed at serving the world today to solve tomorrow's challenges by making popular what was the monopoly. Visit us at https://theneoliberal.com. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://youtube.com/@renaldomckenzie. Follow us on Twitter at RenaldoMcKenzie or TheNeoliberalco. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theneoliberal/support
Listener Discretion Advised: This episode contains discussions on sensitive topics regarding Black women's sexuality and societal labels. Please be advised of potentially mature content.Episode Summary:In Season 5 Episode 102 of Cleverly Changing, hosts Elle Cole and Miriam Hoover engage in a powerful conversation with guest Dr. Candice Nicole. Together, they delve into the intricate dynamics of labeling younger Black girls/women as "FAST" by senior Black women and the broader implications of such terminology.Key Topics Explored:- The Label "FAST" Explained: Unpacking the meaning and impact of the term "FAST" when used by senior Black women toward younger Black girls/women. - Intergenerational Conversations: The importance of fostering dialogue between younger and older Black women to challenge myths and misconceptions about sexuality and protection from violence.- Sexual Policing and Survival: Exploring the flawed notion of how policing sexualities contributes to safety and survival within the Black community.- Sexual Reputation and Survival: Discussing the idea that Black women and girls often feel pressured to maintain a "proper" sexual reputation as a means of survival.- Comprehensive Sex Education: Advocating for an inclusive approach in sex education that addresses racial, capitalist, and elitist perspectives influencing predominant understandings of sexual expressions.Connect with Dr. Candice Nicole:- Website: [Dr. Candice Nicole](www.drcandicenicole.com)- Instagram: [Dr. Candice Nicole](https://www.instagram.com/dr.candicenicole)- YouTube: [Dr. Candice Nicole](https://firstname.lastname@example.org)- Facebook: [Dr. Candice Nicole](https://www.facebook.com/drcandicenicole/)- Twitter: [Dr. Candice Nicole](https://twitter.com/drcandicenicole)This Episode's Insights:- Dr. Candice Nicole, alongside Elle Cole and Miriam Hoover, challenges prevailing notions about sexual stereotypes and their impact on Black women and girls. - They emphasize the significance of intergenerational conversations in breaking down harmful myths and fostering a healthier understanding of sexuality within the Black community.Engage and Connect with Cleverly Changing:- Website: [Cleverly Changing](CleverlyChanging.com)- Instagram: [@CleverlyChanging](https://www.instagram.com/CleverlyChanging)- Facebook: [CleverlyChanging](https://www.facebook.com/CleverlyChanging)- YouTube: [CleverlyChanging](https://www.youtube.com/CleverlyChanging)- Twitter: [@CleverlyChangin](https://twitter.com/CleverlyChangin)Connect with the Discussion:- Share your thoughts and engage in the conversation using #CleverlyChangingPodcast.Final Thoughts:In this thought-provoking episode, Dr. Candice Nicole, Elle Cole, and Miriam Hoover offer insightful perspectives on the complexities of sexual stereotypes within the Black community. Join the conversation to challenge misconceptions and foster understanding in Season 5 Episode 102 of Cleverly Changing. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Game Changers podcast celebrates those true pioneers in education who are building schools for tomorrow. In part 3 of the special series of Game Changers, Phil Cummins joins in conversation with Dr Jason Dewling, President of Western Canada and Asia Pacific, LCI Education Network. Dr. Jason Dewling is an experienced Higher Education Professional skilled in Leadership, Educational Technology, Organizational Effectiveness, Team Building, Public Speaking, and Curriculum Development. He began his career in 2000 at Lakeland College (Alberta, Canada) as an Instructor of University Studies, Human Services and Health and Wellness. His first leadership role for the organization was an Associate Dean leading areas such as Human Services, Sign Language, Counselling, Library, The Learning Centre, Inclusive Post-Secondary Education, Aboriginal Cultural Activities, and Continuing Education. After 3 years in a leading role, he became Vice-President of Academic and Research of Olds College (Alberta, Canada), where he deployed innovative educational models, increased enrolment and aligned financial resources to future-proof the institution. He was the recipient of several awards including Apple School of Distinction status for the deployment of iPads throughout all learning environments. In 2017, he joined LCI Education and became the president of LaSalle College Vancouver (Vancouver, Canada) and is now the President of Western Canada and Asia Pacific. He oversees the Vancouver Campus, the campus in Melbourne, Australia and the other two campuses in Indonesia (Jakarta and Surabaya) and the two language schools in Vancouver and Montreal. He leads the organization's Global Academic Committee and is name the Chief Learning Officer for LCI Education where he also oversees all online programming. His PhD is in Education and is from the University of Alberta where his research focused on Inclusion for Individuals with Disabilities. The Game Changers podcast is produced by Joshua Jeffries, supported by a School for tomorrow (aschoolfortomorrow.com), and powered by CIRCLE. The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and distributed through Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts. Please subscribe and tell your friends you like what you are hearing. You can contact us at email@example.com, on Twitter and Instagram via @GameChangersPC, and you can also connect with Phil and Adriano via LinkedIn and Twitter. Let's go!
Join the party to listen to some of our nearly 100 hundred different guests over the last three years. We chat over a glass of virtual bubbly to ex members of groups such as Jehovah's Witnesses, Children of God, NXIVM, Rajneeshpuram, Evangelicalism, Amish, Christian Fundamentalism and Conspiracism. Guests featured: Lizzie Ens, former Amish Brent Lee, former Conspiracist Daniella Mestyanek Young, Army Veteran and former member of the Children of God Chris French, Emeritus Professor of Anomalistic Psychology Goldsmiths UOL Susan Dones, ex NXIVM Daniel Allen Cox, Author and Former Jehovah's Witness Rachael Reign, Activist and Former UCKG Clare Alison Hams, Therapist and Former Jehovah's Witness JT and Lady Cee, YouTubers and ex Jehovah's Witnesses Dr Heather Ransom, Academic and ex Jehovah's Witness Alexander Millar, Artist and ex Jehovah's Witness Ali Millar, Author and ex Jehovah's Witness Kacey, Cult Vault Podcast Dr Alexandra Stein, Academic Daniel Stricker, Former Member KwaSizabantu Erika Bornean, Former Member KwaSizabantu Kendra Bryan, Former Evangelical Nicola Manson, Former Member Rajneeshpuram Riley, YouTuber and Former Jehovah Witness To reach out to us: https://www.culthackers.com/ To become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/culthackers/posts
On November 14th, 2022, academic workers across the University of California began a six-week long strike that eventually involved around 48,000 people and culminated with benefits for the workers like wage increases. Now, one year later, one of the unions involved is calling on UCSB to honor their contract. KCSB's Joyce Chi attended UAW 2865's anniversary rally and spoke to a union organizer to learn more.
Academic, historian, paranormal investigator and enthusiast…put on your thinking caps for the awesome Darcy Staniforth! wwww.hauntedoc.com Everywhere else @darcystaniforth Mysteries Decoded podcast Subscribe on Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/paranormal-karen/id1355169056 Watch Paranormal Karen https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRc2W--b49xcNxBudN7FARw Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rontowski Contact Karen: firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.karenrontowski.com Produced by Mike Flinn https://twitter.com/Unorisingmedia
No stereotype can tell the story of more than 20 million people. We look at the true diversity of the Asian American academic experience. About: Hosted by Meghna Chakrabarti, On Point is WBUR's award-winning, daily public radio show and podcast. Its unique combination of original reporting, first-person stories, and in-depth analysis creates an experience that makes the world more intelligible and humane. Deep dives. Original stories. Fresh takes. We'd appreciate your help to better understand On Point's podcast listeners and get your feedback — it'll take you about 10 minutes or less! Take our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/onpointpodcast
Lupe Rodriguez has dedicated over 20 years to Career and Technical Education, evolving through various essential roles in the field. Her journey began as a classroom teacher, where she first developed passion for vocational education. She advanced to positions such as CTE curriculum coordinator and CTE pathway manager, honing her skills in developing and managing career-focused educational programs. Now, as the Associate Director of CTE for Elite Academic Academy, she continues to lead and shape the future of vocational education, leveraging her extensive experience to impact both educators and students in their pursuit of practical, real-world skills and knowledge. More: Intro and Outro music "Vicious Pen" courtesy of Moby Gratis
Clement is in conversation with Professor Malegapuru Makgoba, an esteemed Immunologist and Academic, discussing the various roles he has undertaken in society, reflecting on his upbringing, and exploring his profound influence.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marian Jago @dr_marian_jago is the Senior Lecturer in Popular Music & Jazz Studies at The University of Edinburgh. After being on Music Talks with Terry Smith, I knew that I needed her to be on Set Lusting Bruce. Marian shares how she discovered music by taking out a Chuck Berry record from the Library. She shares her joy of learning and playing Jazz Music. She also shares her journey as a teacher and as an academic. Here is the link to her discussion with Terry - https://www.musictalkspod.com/396031/13340627-episode-89-music-talks-marian-jago-three-minute-records Photo by Margaret Gallagher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lalita Dee! Comedian! Academic! Podcaster! Friend! Delight! More! From her website: "Originally from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Lalita made her way to the South Bay through London, England, and Madison, Wisconsin. A very out-and-proud lesbian who's also a mom, her observational and narrative humor describes her queer experiences as she navigates her way through the US and the heteropatriarchy. Her humor has been described as 'intelligently hilarious' as well as 'some feminist bullshit.'" This checks out! Lalita is delightful and I hope you enjoy our chat! PS This is only the first HALF of our chat. For the rest, click on over here to Patreon! Much love!
Lisa Ackland Carriere is the Founder and Director of The Writing Well, offering top-tier writing services to academic and ministry professionals. With 20 years of experience as a college English instructor, she specializes in curriculum development, academic writing, and editing. Lisa's passion lies in nurturing academic and spiritual growth. — Lisa Ackland Carriere Links: Websites: www.thewritingwellconsulting.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaacklandcarriere/ — PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t — CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ — OUTLINE: 7:39 - PhD or Business with Family. 13:02 - Writing & Ministry Clients. 20:24 - Ministry Writing Services. 24:12 - Academic Writing Challenges. 29:04 - PhD & Interactive Learning. 34:59 - Inclusive Language Learning. 39:41 - Women's Entrepreneurial Support.
This week, Peter Boettke interviews Jennifer Burns, author of Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative. Milton Friedman achieved tremendous sucess as an economist including being a John Bates Clark Medal winner, a Nobel Prize winner, and the president of the American Economic Association (AEA). In this episode, they discuss Friedman's time at Columbia University, the origin of his economic theory, the influence of Frank Knight, Friedman's female coauthors including Anna Schwartz and Rose Friedman, Friedman's association to conservatism, and more.Jennifer Burns is an Associate Professor of History at Stanford University and a Research Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. She is the author of Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative (November, 2023) and Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right (2009). An expert on this history of conservative ideas and politics, she has written for The NewYork Times, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, and Dissent, and has discussed her work on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and elsewhere.If you like the show, please subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and tell others about the show! We're available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts.Virtual Sentiments, our new podcast series from the Hayek Program is now streaming! Subscribe today and listen to season one on digital democracy.Follow the Hayek Program on Twitter: @HayekProgramLearn more about Academic & Student ProgramsFollow the Mercatus Center on Twitter: @mercatusCC Music: Twisterium
For the next little while on College Admissions Insider, we're doing a deep dive into academic disciplines one episode at a time. So far, we've covered sciences and mathematics. We encourage you to jump back and listen to that episode if you haven't yet. Today, we're chatting about the humanities. On this episode, we'll get to know the kinds of majors available in these disciplines, what the humanities look like in college, and the careers you can break into post-graduation. Our guest is Anthony Stewart, associate dean of faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences at Bucknell.Read a transcript for this episodeIf you have a question, comment or idea for a future episode, email email@example.com.Links:Explore the College of Arts & SciencesInfo about applying to BucknellApplication dates and deadlinesPlan a visit to Bucknell@iamraybucknell, our student-run InstagramBuild a Bucknell Custom ViewbookLatest news for prospective studentsBucknell Virtual Welcome Center
In this fascinating interview, Stan Goldberg takes us through the many chapters of his life journey - from his involvement in the civil rights movement in the 60s, to becoming a professor and developing a love for blues music, to retiring early due to health issues and finding meaning by volunteering for hospice patients. Goldberg has lived an incredibly rich life full of purpose, even in the face of serious illnesses like cancer and Parkinson's. His stories of caregiving, chronic illness, and disabilities are sure to provide many poignant lessons for listeners.
Dr. Ben Jackson hosts a conversation with Drs. Joe Park, Matt Conti, and Nick Strasser on the process and important considerations for promotion in the academic environment. For additional educational resources, visit: https://aofas.org
We prepare to engage in the yearly ritual of scholars in our field: the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) and Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), abbreviated AAR-SBL…or is it SBL-AAR? The order makes all the difference. Quality tips are shared to survive an academic conference of this type. Brian shares the tale of his first panic attack, and leaks crucial details from one of his conference presentations—about the Puritan leader Cotton Mather and his belief that the bones of biblical giants had been uncovered in America. The Society of Biblical Literature (SBL): https://www.sbl-site.org/ The American Academy of Religion (AAR): https://aarweb.org/The annual meeting online program book (you can search presentations by last name and keyword): https://sbl-site.org/meetings/Congresses_ProgramBook.aspx?MeetingId=43 Cotton Mather: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton_Mather Bozeman, To Live Ancient Lives: https://uncpress.org/book/9780807896273/to-live-ancient-lives Bryce Traister: https://fccs.ok.ubc.ca/about/contact/bryce-traister/ The text of Cotton Mather's first letter to the Royal Society about the giant bones: https://www.jstor.org/stable/2936986?origin=crossref&seq=1
On this episode, we dish about this year's Harry Potter Academic Conference and preview our new book, Potterversity: Essays Exploring the World of Harry Potter (McFarland). Katy and Emily welcome Potterversity producer Laurie Beckoff and technical editor Emma Nicholson, as well as Louise Freeman, Mark-Anthony Lewis, and Lana Whited to talk about HPACs past and present. This year's virtual conference allowed people from all over the world to come together, and we included the comments of other conference attendees in the webinar chat. We reminisce about our first experiences at the conference. Looking back helps us to see the evolution of Potter Studies through the last dozen years. What keeps us coming to the conference? Wonderful discussions, inspiration for new ideas, deep dives into the Potter stories, like-minded people, constructive argument and critique, and a space in which Harry Potter is taken seriously. There is always something new to say and fresh perspectives on the series, as well as the movies and other related works. We all value the friendships we've developed with people from all different disciplines and walks of life. Reflecting on presentations we heard at this year's conference that we found especially illuminating, we made suggestions for what we'd like to hear more about in the future. Katy and Emily also reveal details about the new Potterversity book - currently available from McFarland Publishers - providing an overview and hearing from some of the authors about their chapters. Mark-Anthony talks about his chapter “Uncle Remus's Shack,” about tokenism as portrayed in characters like Lupin, Dobby, and Madame Maxime. Emma shares how she reconstructed Sirius Black's story in “Padfoot Revelio!” and in the process uncovered details that will surprise you and build empathy toward this complex character. Laurie explains her chapter “It's All Fun and Games Until . . . ,” in which she compared the use of games in Harry Potter and Arthurian literature. Louise's “The Weasley Witches” analyzed how Ginny and Molly can be interpreted through the archetypes of the Amazon and the Mother, as well as the significance of Weasley sweaters. Lana explored the mythic significance of fantastic beasts in “Here Be Dragons and Phoenixes.” Emily's chapter investigates the motifs and themes of the holiday season in “The Real Magic of Christmas in Harry Potter,” and Katy ponders transhumanism and cultural appropriation in “Arthur Weasley and the Misuse of Muggle Artefacts.” We also provide hints about other chapters in the volume to whet your appetite for the book chapters and accompanying podcast conversations.
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