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MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

How would you write a eulogy for the United States? Oh, you didn't realize it was on death's door? Guess you didn't read the Globe and Mail over the holidays, when it published no less than six opinion pieces postulating no less than an imminent U.S. civil war. A civil war most agreed Canada needs to plan for. But is this really the twilight's last gleaming for U.S. Empire? Would American apocalypse trigger Canadian cataclysm? Joining host/producer Rick Harp to flesh out these fretful settler scenarios and what they might (or might not) imply for Indigenous interests on both sides of the border are Ken Williams, assistant professor with the University of Alberta's department of drama and Kim TallBear, U of A professor in the Faculty of Native Studies and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience & Environment. // CREDITS: ​​​​"A quiet action sequence," by Sami Hiltunen; our opening/closing theme is 'nesting' by birocratic.

PsychSessions: Conversations about Teaching N' Stuff
BTS03E03: Opportunities to Support Faculty Through Psi Chi, with Special Guest Seungyeon Lee

PsychSessions: Conversations about Teaching N' Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 32:24


In this episode: our guest is Seungyeon Lee from the University of Arkansas at Monticello, Psi Chi and how to leverage opportunities for faculty members, lifelong membership, chapter activities, Faculty Support Advisory Board, psichi.org, research journal, funding support for student research projects

PRS Journal Club
January 2022 Journal Club: Exercise after Breast Augmentation

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 18:04


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “Exercise after Breast Augmentation: A Randomized Controlled Trial” by Basile and Oliveira. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal.  READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub

The Cordial Catholic
142: On the Catholic Imagination (w/ Randy Boyagoda)

The Cordial Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 64:47


In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by celebrated Catholic author, academic, and columnist Randy Boyagoda to talk about the Catholic imagination. How should Catholics uniquely see and interact with the world around them? How do Catholics truly live out their faith in the Public Square? What do authentic Catholics have to contribute to discussions within and outside of the Church? For more from Randy Boyagoda check out any of his fantastic books on Amazon or your local bookseller. His work includes the Scotiabank Giller Prize nominated Governor of the Northern Province;  Beggar's Feast, named a New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice and nominated for the International Dublin Literacy Award; Original Prin and its sequel Dante's Indiana. Dr. Boyagoda is Vice-Dean, Undergraduate, of the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto and a professor in the Department of English. He is past  principal and vice-president of St. Michael's College in Toronto and writes for a number of publications including First Things,  Wall Street Journal, and the Catholic Register.Send your feedback to cordialcatholic@gmail.com. Sign up for our newsletter for my reflections on  episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and exclusive contests.To watch this and other episodes please visit (and subscribe to!) our YouTube channel.Please consider financially supporting this show! For more information visit the Patreon page.  All patrons receive access to exclusive content and if you can give $5/mo or more you'll also be entered into monthly draws for fantastic books hand-picked by me.If you'd like to give a one-time donation to The Cordial Catholic, you can visit the PayPal page.Thank you to those already supporting the show!To try Hallow free for 30-days, please visit this website. Your support of Hallow also helps support this show! If you'd like to pray with me, please join our new Cordial Catholic Prayer Community (or use code: 9E45KD). Thanks to this week's co-producers, part of our Patreon Producers community: Stephen, Eli, Tom, Kelvin, Susan, Eyram, and Jon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/cordialcatholic)

Wired Ivy
#33 Sharing Screens & Skills (Footnotes)

Wired Ivy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 6:10


The classic structure of formal education is built on a one-way flow of information, from teacher to student. Since most educators' experiences as learners followed this conventional format, from K through 12 and beyond, it's no wonder we often fall back on habit, stuck in that same transmit-only configuration even after we've transitioned from a traditional to a virtual classroom. In Episode 18 - Virtual Speaks Volumes, our guest Rebecca Hutchinson of UMass Dartmouth shared a wonderfully multi-directional approach to teaching and screen sharing in her synchronous online sculpture classes. Both Dan and Kieran found her example inspiring.

SPYCRAFT 101
Espionage in Academia and Higher Education with Daniel Golden

SPYCRAFT 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 61:02


Today, prolific journalist Daniel Golden dives into espionage recruitment at universities around the world. Faculty, staff, and students alike are often approached by covert operators from both sides of a conflict or interest, particularly international students. Another key group includes professors and adjuncts who, while American citizens, may be immigrants or otherwise have ties to countries of interest. Dan relates a specific story regarding a Chinese-American professor in Florida who was approached the FBI and told he could be fired for some previous transgressions, or retain his position and his tenure if he chose to be an FBI informant.Connect with Daniel:Check out his book, Spy Schools, here.https://www.amazon.com/Spy-Schools-Intelligence-Secretly-Universities/dp/1627796355Connect with Spycraft 101:IG: @spycraft101Patreon: Spycraft 101Buy the book: here on AmazonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/spycraft101)

Stories from the Ridge, The McCallie Podcast
History: A way of understanding oneself

Stories from the Ridge, The McCallie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 61:14


Classes that are fun, flexible and filled with humility is the objective of McCallie's History Department, say three of the school's history teachers in the latest podcast series that examines McCallie's academic disciplines. The podcast is part of McCallie's Stories from the Ridge growing podcast series and can be found by searching for “McCallie Stories from the Ridge” on major podcast platforms. In the podcast, the teachers let us in on some of their professional secrets they use to keep students engaged. Joining Dean of Faculty and Curriculum Sumner McCallie for the timely discussion are Department Chair Randy Odle, Dr. Duke Richey '86, and Bart Wallin '99.

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #493 - Rebels Without a Zero

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 160:12


Human lab rats in a sinister medical research facility try to talk their way out of debt to the company while under the influence of experimental psychoactive drugs. Episode 493 of Trick or Treat Radio is a new beginning as we face the world of podcasting without MonsterZero. Will we argue more? Will we sound smarter? Will the show be worse? Better? Different? You'll just have to tune in and find out! This week we discuss Red 11, the latest $7000 micro-budget film from Robert Rodriguez! So grab your camera phone, film guerrilla style, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: A new era, a big announcement about the future of Trick or Treat Radio, Blackout Tapes, Rebel Without A Crew, Robert Rodriguez, Sin City, Clive Owen, Scarlett Johansson, Zorro, Wilmer Valderamma, El Rey Network, The Book of Boba Fett, Lloyd Dobbler, Spiderman: No Way Home, wearing a Hail Satan shirt on Christmas, going to the drive-in, Sam Raimi, Andrew Garfield, Crystal Skull, third wheel, El Mariachi, Kevin Smith, Clerks, the family business, DUI or DIY?, medical studies, Rebel Rodriguez, Racer Rodriguez, giving blood, Paul the Samurai, Tick, spoiling movies, Shakey Graves, Alita: Battle Angel, James Cameron, making a low budget film in the current day, The Faculty, Madman, Mike Allred, From Dusk Till Dawn, Stake Jackhammer, Saint Maud, The Empty Man, Werewolves Within, Vicious Fun, Come True, Last Night in Soho, Honeydew, Evilspeak, celebrating the lives of “real men”, The Show, Alan Moore, El Goro, Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, Union Jack, the ongoing wizard battle, Say Anything, Peter Gabriel, and Not for Naught.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)

PRS Journal Club
January 2022 Journal Club: Modified Five-Item Frailty Index

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 16:04


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “An Analysis of the Modified Five-Item Frailty Index for Predicting Complications following Free Flap Breast Reconstruction” by Magno-Pardon, Luo, Carter, et al. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub

This Academic Life
Ep.23 – The Adventures of Faculty Sabbatical Leave

This Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 26:37


Sabbatical for academic professors is a sacred opportunity to rejuvenate research ideas and initiate research collaborations. In this episode, we talk about the history and various forms of sabbatical. We also share how we planned and made our own sabbaticals as meaningful enrichment experiences.  Reference list:  Music by RuthAnn Schallert-Wygal (schallert.wygal@gmail.com) Artwork is created using Canva (canva.com)  Useful Resources and References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabbatical  https://blog.trello.com/sabbatical-leave http://inside.scrippscollege.edu/grants/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/sabbatical-funding.pdf https://www.universityaffairs.ca/features/feature-article/the-changing-sabbatical/ Contact list: If you have any comments about our show or have suggestions for a future topic, please contact us at info@thisacademiclife.org. You can also find us on the webpage https://thisacademiclife.org and on Facebook group “This Academic Life”. Cast list: Prof. Kim Michelle Lewis (host) is a Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Programs, and Natural Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University. Prof. Pania Newell (host) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The University of Utah. Prof. Lucy Zhang (host) is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Support This Academic Life by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/this-academic-life

Tea for Teaching
Disability and Higher Ed

Tea for Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 42:34


Faculty, staff, and students with disabilities constantly have to negotiate when and if to disclose their disability status and whether or not to request accommodations. In this episode, Kat Macfarlane joins us to discuss the ADA and the experiences people with disabilities have in academia, including the burdens associated with accommodation requests. Kat is a law professor at Southern University Law Center. She is a disability rights advocate, chairs the American Association of Law School Section on Disability Law, and co-founded an affinity group for disabled law professors and allies. Her work is published in the Fordham Law Review, the Alabama Law Review and Yale Law Journal Forum and many other journals. A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.

The Tech Jawn
The After Show With Professor Tonya M. Evans

The Tech Jawn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 61:21


The cast of The Tech Jawn is just coming back from our holiday hiatus but we wanted to present you with something special before we get back to live shows in the second week of January. Back in episode 8, we had the honor of interviewing Professor Tonya M. Evans, Forbe's 50 Over 50 member, Faculty at Penn State Dickinson Law, host of the Tech Intersect podcast, and blockchain and cryptocurrency expert. We still get Tweets, IG comments, text messages, phone calls, etc. from folk asking about this episode and what many of them don't know is that they only heard about half of the full interview. Patreon members of The Tech Jawn get pre and post-show bonus content by way of a live stream and, after the podcast ended, Professor Evans continued to drop gems about the world of cryptocurrency in what we are calling The Aftershow.We are bringing you the full interview so, get ready and buckle up because we jump right into just over an hour of awesomeness with Professor Tonya M. Evans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Natural State Bikes
NWACC Bike Technician Certification Program: Empowering and Building Confidence

Natural State Bikes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 71:44


Faculty and students at Northwest Arkansas Community College completed the first semester of the bicycle technician certification program. In this episode of NSB, instructor Ben Glenn and student Biviana Romero share their stories and experiences about the program. 

Den of Rich
#376 - Dmitry Kalupin

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 147:06


Dmitry Kalupin is a Co-founder of Friday: platforms for onboarding, training, random coffee, mentoring and other HR workflows through corporate messengers. They recently raised a new round.Graduated from St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics then did not finish his master's degree at an Austrian business school for the sake of an indistinct startup, then he was engaged in strategic consulting, led marketing in digital forensics, made HFT robots, launched several micro-communities and one notable one. Until Friday, we made FriendZone with the same partners (dating for friendship, recently sold).FIND DMITRY ON SOCIAL MEDIALinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram================================PODCAST INFO:Podcast website: https://www.uhnwidata.com/podcastApple podcast: https://apple.co/3kqOA7QSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2UOtE1AGoogle podcast: https://bit.ly/3jmA7ulSUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrichTwitter: https://twitter.com/denofrichFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrichYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DenofRich

TopMedTalk
The role of the sedationist | TopMedTalk

TopMedTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 25:14


"Our top priority must be safety" A real stand out piece from this year's incredible Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) Dingle/Chicago conference. This piece dives into the realities of sedation from the point of view of a patient focused practitioner. For more conversations along these lines make sure you listen to our coverage of the annual general meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) on October the 9th. TopMedTalk will be live streaming from the event, checkout www.ebpom.live.org for more details. Presented by Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell with their guest Rob Sneyd, Emeritus Professor at University of Plymouth, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.

Canadian Movie Crew
Or Is It? – The Faculty

Canadian Movie Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 86:43


There's something amiss at school. Teachers are not acting like themselves. They are requesting weird assignments. They are instantly not sick when they were sick not 20 minutes ago. Also, they are significantly hotter than they were yesterday. It must … Continue reading →

BTBA presents: 生技來一刻
Faculty as Entrepreneurs I 學者創業專訪 I - Smart Insulin 聰明的胰島素 ft. Dr. Danny Hung-Chieh Chou 周宏杰博士

BTBA presents: 生技來一刻

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 57:23


BTBA Podcast 生技來一刻「Faculty as Entrepreneurs-學者創業訪談」系列旨在將生技產業概述的格局放大到由學術研究、藥廠及生技公司串連起的整個生態系,讓我們可以從多面向角度來了解整個生醫製藥、生物技術產業;藉由連線訪談橫跨學術及業界領域的專家來了解基礎醫學研究與臨床應用的連結整合,破除一些學術界與新創產業的迷思,希望能幫助更多學術期刊上的重要研究找到一條實際應用的產業出路。 這一系列的第一集,邀請到史丹福大學醫學院(Stanford University)小兒科部門內分泌課 department of Pediatrics (Endocrinology and Diabetes)的助理教授周宏杰博士(Dr. Danny Hung-Chieh Chou)來分享他是如何將他眾多的學術研究成果成功的帶到產業界轉譯成臨床上的實際應用及進入新藥開發的階段。

Planet B612
Ep.54 – University Education with Dr Elaine Beaulieu

Planet B612

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 80:19


Show Notes**** In this episode, we talk about the realities, and challenges faced by today's University students, and professors. Are professors paid enough? Are there too many students today? How can education improve? Dr. Elaine Beaulieu joins me to explore these topics, and share her experience, and opinions, on the topic! (0:01:02) Beyond the Test Tube, research and the Faculty of Science. (0:01:37) Switching to innovation in education: The why and the how. (0:04:04) Working as a researcher: The PhD and PostDoc. (0:06:55) Science lecturers vs Tenured professors in academia. (0:08:30) Tenure: Why it is still the goal.  (0:10:48) The hierarchy of academia and adjunct professors in science.  (0:13:35) Being a professor: Is it a good choice for a career? (0:15:45) Post-Secondary education funding in Ontario and PhDs in science. (0:17:59) Canada: Not enough funding for science and education. (0:19:34) Job stability and contracts. (0:22:18) PhDs and PostDocs in other countries vs Canada. (0:25:08) Professorship: A vocation. (0:28:53) Studying science and the challenges for students today. (0:31:10) We are all different: The need for flexibility and micro credentials. (0:34:15) Preparing the students: A need for a new design. (0:37:47) Finding the right balance: Applying what is learned. (0:39:55) The peripheral needs: A necessity in the workplace.  (0:42:15) Universities vs Colleges. (0:43:55) Developing new programs for a new world: Turning the machine around. (0:46:55) Teaching online: A mixed experience for students. (0:49:11) Being tough and knowing when to back off. (0:50:35) Coddling and its aftereffects. (0:51:23) Designing policy to be flexible: The muffin comparison. (0:53:13) Being partners in education. (0:56:28) Readiness for work: Not all on the university. (0:58:15) Universities: The need to move away from being the gatekeeper. (1:00:03) Security issues and new ideas. (1:02:30) The public perception of universities and the importance of outreach. (1:05:19) Public lectures and gatherings: How do you market it? (1:07:51) Science communication: The importance of presentation. (1:10:01) Debunking pseudoscience, social media and animation. (1:11:20) Elitism in science and science communication. (1:13:33) Building trust with the community. (1:15:15) When logic goes out the window: Researching falsities.  (1:17:15) Analyzing what's real. (1:18:20) Communicating to teach: Entertain me.  Follow Dr. Beaulieu on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elainebeaulieu2 Beyond the Test Tube podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-test-tube-a-science-podcast/id1544148414 Visit Planet B612 on the web: http://planetb612.fm/ Follow Planet B612 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetB612fm Support Planet B612 on Patreon: https://patreon.com/juliesworld

The Final Girls
TEEN HORROR 14 • Disturbing Behaviour (1998) + The Faculty (1998)

The Final Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 79:41


It's the end of the year!  Horror writer, film analyst and co-host of This Ends At Prom podcast BJ Colangelo joins the podcast for the first time to go deep on Disturbing Behaviour (1998). The second part of the episode is a reprise from our FEMALE MONSTERS series, film critic Leila Latif's take on The Faculty (1998). Between these two films, it's the most nineties teen casting ever.  Produced and presented by Anna Bogutskaya***Music: "Slasher" by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio***The Final Girls are a UK-based film collective exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism, founded by Anna Bogutskaya and Olivia Howe.→ Find out more about our projects here: thefinalgirls.co.uk→ Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.→ Support us on Patreon.→ Subscribe to our weekly newsletter for curated horror treats and original writing on horror.

Faculty Factory
Best of the Faculty Factory: Discussions on Mentorship, Part II | Episode 154

Faculty Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 14:28


Today's episode of the Faculty Factory Podcast is a “Best of the Faculty Factory” podcast episode on mentorship. It features highlights of conversations we have had on this podcast about mentoring. This is a follow-up to Episode No. 152, Best of the Faculty Factory Discussions on Mentorship, Part 1, which was published two weeks ago. As a friendly programming reminder, we will be launching a new season of the Faculty Factory Podcast in January 2022, so please stay tuned as Season 4 is on the way! Today's episode features mentorship highlights pulled from interviews we have had on this podcast with the following guests: Clara L. Lapiner, MPH Cynthia S. Rand, PhD Donna Vogel, PhD Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP, FAPA, and Dave Yousem, MD, MBA Learn more about the Faculty Factory: https://facultyfactory.org/  

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
COVID Update from Professor Shabir Madhi

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 10:15


Guest: Professor Shabir Madhi from South Africa Medical Research Council. Shabir Madhi is Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Professor of Vaccinology at the University of the Witwatersrand. The WHO (World Health Organisation) OMICRON/DELTA "Tsunami" Warning, The Contact Tracing and Quarantine U TURN and The COVID New Year in South Africa.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
#254: The #1 Thing You Can Do to Reduce Inflammation & Diversify Your Microbiome with Dr. Deanna Minich

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 107:29


This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker.When you think back to what you ate today, yesterday, three weeks ago or even last year, how different is the food on your plate? Some people naturally include a wide range of diverse food when choosing their meals, but for many of us, it is easy to fall into a trap of eating the same foods day in and day out. Did you know that by not consuming a diverse range of foods, you are missing out on the potential for many health benefits? Despite the promotion of superfoods, no single food contains all the necessary nutrients for overall health and wellness. By eating a balanced diet filled with a wide range of foods, it is easy to ensure that you consume adequate amounts of all essential nutrients. This not only reduces the risk of nutritional deficiencies; it also provides numerous health benefits. This week on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sat down with Dr. Deanna Minich to talk about one simple thing anyone can do today to improve immune resilience, reduce overall chronic inflammation, and improve cognitive health. Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally-recognized teacher, author, scientist, speaker, and artist. She has more than 20 years of diverse, well-rounded experience in the fields of nutrition and Functional Medicine, including clinical practice, research, product formulation, writing, and education. She has authored six books on health and wellness and over forty scientific publications. Currently, she is Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Organic India USA, President of the American College of Nutrition, and Faculty for the Institute for Functional Medicine and the University of Western States. In this episode, we dive into: -What diversity in our diet really means (10:29) -How diversity in our diet impacts immune health (12:52)-Why diversity of our gut microbiome is so integral to overall health (22:43)-Phytochemicals, polyphenols, and how they influence the gut microbiome (26:15)-How heart health is impacted by gut microbiome diversity (36:15)-How to get your kids to eat more diverse foods (46:05)-How to test your food variety level (1:00:42)-How to incorporate more spices into your diet (1:11:47) -Physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual diversity (1:24:42) -How being in nature changes your immune system (1:29:51)For more on Dr. Deanna Minich, follow her on Instagram @deannaminich, and through her website www.deannaminich.com. Check out her podcast, Color Can Heal Your Life at https://deannaminich.com/podcast-2/.This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker.InsideTracker looks at everything from metabolic and inflammatory markers to nutrients and hormones. Traditional lab tests can be hard to read on your own, but InsideTracker makes their results easy to understand and provides tips on how to use food first for optimal nutrition. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 25% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Digication Scholars Conversations
S2 E17 - How Devotion to Active Reflection Makes Learning Happen at Oxford College (Part 1) - Jill Petersen Adams

Digication Scholars Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 33:05


In this Digication Scholars Conversation, Jill Peterson Adams describes her multifaceted role at Oxford College of Emory University as “Part professor, part travel agent.” Jill is a Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Studies and Director of Global Learning and Undergraduate Research Studies - a role that includes teaching students, as well as overseeing experiential learning programs such as community engaged learning and global learning. Jill discusses the importance of student reflection, but stresses that it shouldn't just be retrospective, but should instead be incorporated cyclically, throughout the experience. As an example, she discusses a recent global learning course, which was originally intended to be taught in Japan. Jill explains to host, Jeff Yan, how ePortfolio helped to meet the challenge of teaching the class online in the wake of COVID19, and helped her appreciate technology for its abilities to help students synthesize learning. The conversation then touches on Jill's love for martial arts, her experience with cancer, and the role that both have played in informing her philosophy of learning. “That experience...helped me kind of reconsider my embodiment in the classroom and as a scholar, and accepting my limits. Where can I push through? Where can I not push through? What do I learn from that? And how can I better support students in understanding their own learning process?”

Digication Scholars Conversations
S2 E18 - How Devotion to Active Reflection Makes Learning Happen at Oxford College (Part 2) - Jill Petersen Adams

Digication Scholars Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 38:07


In this Digication Scholars Conversation, Jill Peterson Adams describes her multifaceted role at Oxford College of Emory University as “Part professor, part travel agent.” Jill is a Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Studies and Director of Global Learning and Undergraduate Research Studies - a role that includes teaching students, as well as overseeing experiential learning programs such as community engaged learning and global learning. Jill discusses the importance of student reflection, but stresses that it shouldn't just be retrospective, but should instead be incorporated cyclically, throughout the experience. As an example, she discusses a recent global learning course, which was originally intended to be taught in Japan. Jill explains to host, Jeff Yan, how ePortfolio helped to meet the challenge of teaching the class online in the wake of COVID19, and helped her appreciate technology for its abilities to help students synthesize learning. The conversation then touches on Jill's love for martial arts, her experience with cancer, and the role that both have played in informing her philosophy of learning. “That experience...helped me kind of reconsider my embodiment in the classroom and as a scholar, and accepting my limits. Where can I push through? Where can I not push through? What do I learn from that? And how can I better support students in understanding their own learning process?”

Wired Ivy
Virtual Versus Non-Virtual (Footnotes)

Wired Ivy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 7:03


Welcome to Wired Ivy Footnotes!  Clippings from a previous episode, mulched with commentary from Dan and Kieran, to help your online course design and delivery skills grow. Now that the majority of higher education faculty have had at least some experience with virtual instruction, returning to a physical campus has caused many academics to ponder how to apply the lessons we learned online to our non-virtual courses – in other words, are there benefits to using some combination of synchronous and asynchronous content and, if so, how do you decide what needs to be done in real-time?Carey Borkoski, our guest from Episode 29 – Activist Educators, shared some insights on this dilemma.

Getting Unstuck - Shift For Impact
200: Caring for Faculty and Staff Through Mindfulness

Getting Unstuck - Shift For Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 41:58


The "Trauma in Schools" podcast series focus primarily on the trauma that students carry with them into the classroom. But, many school faculty, staff and administrators are also experiencing trauma. COVID has dislocated relationships and put pressure on educators to quickly address ”learning loss.” There is a critical need for school leaders at any level to promote self-care through mindfulness training. Mindful leadership expert, Michael Bunting, explains the first safe steps.

IJGC Podcast
HPV-independent Cervical Cancers with Andreina Fernandes

IJGC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 29:04


In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Andreina Fernandes to discuss HPV-independent Cervical Cancers. Dr. Fernandes is a Molecular Biologist, Doctor of Science, and author of “Human papillomavirus-independent cervical cancer,” the Lead Article for the January 2022 issue of IJGC. Dr. Fernandes is a Researcher of the Molecular Genetics Laboratory at the Institute of Oncology and Hematology, and Professor of the Faculty of Dentistry, at Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas, Venezuela. (https://ijgc.bmj.com/content/early/2021/12/08/ijgc-2021-003014) Highlights: -The percentage of HPV-independent tumors is very variable, around 5 and 10%. -HPV-independent tumors are characterized by a differentiated molecular profile with lower proliferative activity, a p53 immunostaining, and alterations in PTEN, p53, KRAS, CTNNB1, ARID1A and ARID5B. -Most HPV-independent tumors are adenocarcinomas, however, there have been reports of HPV-independent cases with squamous histology. -HPV-independent tumors are associated with early lymph node involvement, accelerated tumor growth, distant metastasis, and a more aggressive biological behavior, related to a worse disease free survival and overall survival. -The hit and run mechanism could explain the absence of the viral genome in the HPV-independent cervical cancer cases. Andreina Fernandes (@AndreFernandes2)

Research To Practice | Oncology Videos
Lung Cancer | Key Considerations in the Optimal Clinical Care of Patients with Small Cell Lung Cancer — Session 1 (Faculty Presentations)

Research To Practice | Oncology Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 79:47


Featuring slide presentations and related discussion from Drs Anne Chiang and David Spigel, including the following topics: Current Management of Newly Diagnosed Extensive-Stage Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) — Anne Chiang, MD, PhD (0:00) Selection and Sequencing of Therapy for Patients with Progressive SCLC — David R Spigel, MD (42:26) CME information and select publications

Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast
The Faculty (1998) - Randy's Recs

Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 191:56


The Halloweenies are back in Ohio. No, not Springwood, but the small town of Herrington, where young Midwestern teens are having close encounters with the third kind. You guessed it: We're talking about Kevin Williamson and Robert Rodriguez's 1998 cult classic The Faculty. As you'll learn, the star-studded thriller is an essential detour in our Scream season -- and the gang doesn't let up. Together, they discuss What-if scenarios involving Williamson's career, the pros and cons of conformity, whether or not Mary Beth is a tragic character, and, naturally, the film's unstoppable '90s soundtrack. It's an episode that's guaranteed to jack you up.Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ilmstitute Radio
Is Invoking the Dead SHIRK?

Ilmstitute Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 17:59


"Is Invoking the Dead SHIRK?" by Abdullah Smith Abu Zahirah (Graduate of the Islamic University of Madinah's Faculty of Hadith, 2006) Your support helps the dawah, jazakumAllahukhairan

Faculty Factory
Best of the Faculty Factory: Discussions on Coaching | Episode 153

Faculty Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 18:09


Coaching is different than seeking the help of a consultant, mentor, or therapist. While there are similarities and overlap between these disciplines and coaching, they are uniquely different. Coaching can broadly be defined as helping a person, or team, accomplish their goal(s). Almost all professionals can benefit from the tutelage of an unbiased coach in their life. This is especially true for faculty. Today's episode of the Faculty Factory is a “Best of” show that includes highlights from conversations about the benefits of coaching with the following guests: Rachel J. Bishop, MD, MPH Elaine Schulte, MD, MPH Please remember that we will be launching a new season of the Faculty Factory in January 2022, so please stay tuned as Season 4 is on the way! Learn more about the Faculty Factory: https://facultyfactory.org/ 

PRS Journal Club
January 2022 Journal Club: Exercise after Breast Augmentation; Breast Reconstruction Complications; Modified Five-Item Frailty Index;

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 52:56


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “Exercise after Breast Augmentation: A Randomized Controlled Trial” by Basile and Oliveira. “Risk of Developing Breast Reconstruction Complications: A Machine-Learning Nomogram for Individualized Risk Estimation with and without Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy” by Naoum, Ho, Shui, Salama, et al. “An Analysis of the Modified Five-Item Frailty Index for Predicting Complications following Free Flap Breast Reconstruction” by Magno-Pardon, Luo, Carter, et al. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub

Digication Scholars Conversations
S2 E16 - From Navy Submarine to Community College Dean: Decisive Leadership at Three Rivers (Part 2) - Kem Barfield

Digication Scholars Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 29:17


During his time as a Navy Submariner, Kem Barfield learned many valuable lessons about leadership and problem solving. Now, in his role as Dean of Academic and Student Affairs at Three Rivers Community College, he regularly calls upon the steady sense of resolve gained during his Naval experience in order to overcome the inherent challenges of educating and supporting students at a community college. In this Digication Scholars Conversation, Kem walks host Jeff Yan through several such challenges, including leading ePortfolio and assessment efforts on campus, and responding to COVID19 in a decisively vigilant yet flexible manner. He then discusses his contribution to the book Transforming Digital Learning and Assessment, which covers using ePortfolio to undertake assessment for prior learning, a practice which allows adult students from diverse backgrounds to receive college credit for their experiences outside of academia. Though not a major source of revenue for the college, he explains, it is an important act of support for these students. According to Kem, this is a fundamental purpose of a community college. “The average student needs a lot more guidance. They need support. I think then when you're talking about what community colleges do, we're the people that are the practitioners of education -- that actually do provide all that extra guidance.”

Future Learning Design Podcast
On Adaptable Curriculum - A Conversation with AJ Juliani

Future Learning Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 39:56


AJ Juliani is the Founder/CEO of Adaptable Learning and serves as Faculty for the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education (PLN). Prior to his current role, AJ served as Head of Learning & Growth at NextLesson, Director of Learning and Innovation for Centennial School District, and Education and Technology Innovation Specialist for Upper Perkiomen School District. Previously AJ worked as a K-12 Staff Developer (Instructional Coach) in the Wissahickon School District where he also taught middle school and high school English/LA. Juliani's latest book is Adaptable: How to Create an Adaptable Curriculum and Flexible Learning Experiences That Work in Any Environment. Previously he authored EMPOWER, an education best-seller and the award-winning LAUNCH on bringing design thinking into K-12 classrooms. Juliani's previous books include "Learning By Choice" and "Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom: Using 20% Time, Genius Hour, and PBL to Drive Student Success" available from Routledge Press. Juliani now speaks at conferences, organizations, universities, schools, and events around the world on innovation in learning, teaching, and leadership. Juliani spent two summers in South Africa and Swaziland, volunteering at clinics, running kids camps, preparing a community structure to be used for a medical clinic, church, school, and food shelter. Since then Comfort For Africa built a six-building school that has over 300 students! AJ received his MS Degree from Drexel University in “Global and International Education”. He founded –Project: Global Inform – a project that gives students the power to do something about human rights violations. Most importantly, AJ is someone who truly believes in the "inquiry-driven" education movement. He has five kids of his own and wants them to grow up in a world that values their ideas. His award-winning blog and website serve as a place to share ideas and thoughts around "Intentional Innovation" and the future of learning. Social Links LinkedIn: @ajjuliani Twitter: @ajjuliani

Euromaxx
The world-class fashion school of Schneeberg

Euromaxx

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 5:00


The Faculty of Applied Arts in the town of Schneeberg, Saxony, is internationally renowned for its fashion design program. And one of its international students is Ridhima Wadhwa from India.

Growth Edge Leadership Podcast
Nancy Spector, MD - Leadership in Crisis and the Role that Mentorship and Sponsorship Play in Career Success

Growth Edge Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 37:07


In this week's Growth Edge leadership podcast, I sit down for a conversation about leadership in crisis and the importance of mentorship and sponsorship in career success. Dr. Spector is Vice Dean for Faculty, Professor of Pediatrics, and Executive Director, Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) at Drexel University College of Medicine. We review the current state of gender equity in medicine and beyond, and discuss strategies to influence progress.   Dr. Spector Twitter - https://twitter.com/NancyDSpector ELAM Twitter - ELAMProgram Dr. Spector LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-spector-49a5179/ ELAM LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/executive-leadership-in-academic-medicine/    Unplugging the Pipeline - A Call for Term Limits in Academic Medicine - Reshma Jagi, MD, DPhil - https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1906832    Is Academic Medicine Making Mid-Career Women Physicians Invisible? Lewiss, Silver, Bernstein, Mills, Overholser, Spector - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31593525/ 

FreshEd
FreshEd #267 – 2021 in Review (Susan Robertson & Mario Novelli)

FreshEd

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 45:17


As we end this year, I'd like to thank all the listeners of FreshEd. We are nothing without you. And we need your support to keep us ad-free in 2022. If you have the means to do so, please consider donating to FreshEd by visiting freshedpodcast.com/donate. This is the last show for 2021, so as is the FreshEd tradition, Susan Robertson and Mario Novelli join me to review the year. Our conversation covers a lot of ground. We talk about Covid-19, the role of the State, decolonization, climate change, and pay tribute to two FreshEd guests who passed away this year. It's been a challenging year for many but there are signs for hope. Susan Robertson is a professor of education in the Faculty of Education at the university of Cambridge. Mario Novelli is Professor in the Political Economy of Education at the University of Sussex. They are co-editors of the journal Globalisation, Societies, and Education. Resources, transcript and more: freshedpodcast.com/2021inreview/ -- Get in touch! Twitter: @FreshEdpodcast Facebook: FreshEd Email: info@freshedpodcast.com Support FreshEd: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate

Week in Horror
Week in Horror 12/19 - 12/25 (Special Guest: Jim Ojala)

Week in Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 111:27


Happy Holidays from Week in Horror! This week special guest, Director and Special Effects Artist Jim Ojala, joins us as we look back at the well-intentioned Dracula 2000, horror marketing exploitation in Murder-Set-Pieces, the unnecessary An American Werewolf in Paris and millennial identity horror in The Faculty! Stay Scared! CONTACT US: weekinhorror@gmail.com GAME WITH US: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3fZWohl8kS9rGA8xGHat9Q VIST US:  https://www.weekinhorror.net/ FOLLOW US:  https://www.facebook.com/weekinhorror https://www.twitter.com/weekinhorror https://www.instagram.com/week_in_horror/ https://www.youtube.com/weekinhorror SUPPORT US: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/weekinhorror https://www.patreon.com/weekinhorror https://week-in-horror.creator-spring.com/? JOIN US: https://discord.gg/PDGDeWJz4E Joshua Olsen's Art Store https://www.badsamurai.store #horror #horrorpodcast #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrormovie #horrorart #horrorfilm #horroraddict #instahorror #horrorjunkie #horrornerd #horrorgram #horrorlover #horrorfanatic #horrormakeup #horrorgeek #horrorfilms #horrorcollector #horrorlife #horrorfamily #rockyhorrorpictureshow #halloweenhorrornights #horrorstories #horrorfans #80shorror #horrorclub #rockyhorror #horrorpunk #horrorobsessed #classichorror #horrorcollection #horrorcommunity #ilovehorror #horrorstory #horrornights #horrorfreak #horrorpage #horrorgirl #horrorgame #horrortattoo #americanhorrorstory --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weekinhorror/support

Faculty Factory
Best of the Faculty Factory: Discussions on Mentorship | Episode 152

Faculty Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 14:28


Conversations on mentorship have been a staple of the Faculty Factory Podcast since we launched our show in 2019. As we close out 2021 – another great year on the Faculty Factory – we are excited to share with you a “Best of the Faculty Factory” podcast episode on mentorship.  Today's podcast includes clips from different interviews. It contains some of the top highlights of conversations we've had on mentorship since the Faculty Factory's inception. The wisdom shared on these episodes is timeless, and the concepts are evergreen. Today's episode includes conversations with the following past podcast guests: Clara L. Lapiner, MPH Cynthia S. Rand, PhD Donna Vogel, PhD Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP, FAPA, and Dave Yousem, MD, MBA Learn more: https://facultyfactory.org/ 

TopMedTalk
Pathophysiology of blood pressure auto regulation P2 | TopMedTalk

TopMedTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 47:58


This piece continues the discussion regarding blood pressure regulation, moving from the brain to the kidney, heart and lungs via a number of distinguished experts in the field. How do we safely cut through the opinions on these areas and focus instead on relevant data? How do these organs interact in terms of auto regulation? How closely do our clinical tools allow us to infer accurately what a particular patient's needs are? This piece is part two of two, the first part is advised listening and can be found here: https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/pathophysiology-of-blood-pressure-auto-regulation-p1-topmedtalk Presented by Dan Martin, with Monty Mythen, Sol Aronson and panelists Damian Bailey, Professor of Physiology at the University of South Wales, Maryam Khosravi, clinical nephrology, University College London, Andrew Shaw, Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta and Zone Clinical Department Head for Anesthesia, Alberta Health Services Edmonton Zone and Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK), the American College of Critical Care Medicine and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (UK), Erik Swenson, Director of Pulmonary Diagnostics Service at VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, WA, Kim Dora, Professor of Microvascular Pharmacology, Oxford University, Chris Garland, Professor of Vascular Pharmacology, Oxford University.

New Books Network
Tibor Martí and Roberto Quiros Rosado, "Eagles Looking East and West: Dynasty, Ritual and Representation in Habsburg Hungary and Spain" (Brepols, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 49:20


The fifteen contributors to Eagles Looking East and West: Dynasty, Ritual and Representation in Habsburg Hungary and Spain (Brepols, 2021) describe politics and representation in the Kingdom of Hungary from the sixteenth to the eighteen century. Hungary was part of Habsburg Europe under the banner of the double-headed eagle which flew from Spain to Austria and their many possessions. Coronations, funerals, patronage, diplomacy, and artwork reveal how the special relationship between Hungary and Spain functioned and appeared. In this interview, Tibor Martí explains the purpose, spirit, and achievement of the book, and he goes into depth about his own essay in the volume on the chivalric order of the Golden Fleece as an instrument of diplomacy between these great European Catholic monarchies in the Early Modern world. Tibor Martí is a Research Fellow in the Early Modern History Department at the Institute of History part of the Research Centre for the Humanities, in the Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest and has been a lecturer at Pázmány Péter Catholic University in the Faculty of Philosophy and also the Faculty of the Humanities. He is author of dozens of articles and papers in English, Spanish, German, and Hungarian, all available at this link from Academia.com: https://tti.academia.edu/TiborMart%C3%AD. Krzysztof Odyniec is a historian of Early Modern Europe specializing in sixteenth-century diplomacy and travel in Central Europe and the Spanish Empire. 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

New Books in History
Tibor Martí and Roberto Quiros Rosado, "Eagles Looking East and West: Dynasty, Ritual and Representation in Habsburg Hungary and Spain" (Brepols, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 49:20


The fifteen contributors to Eagles Looking East and West: Dynasty, Ritual and Representation in Habsburg Hungary and Spain (Brepols, 2021) describe politics and representation in the Kingdom of Hungary from the sixteenth to the eighteen century. Hungary was part of Habsburg Europe under the banner of the double-headed eagle which flew from Spain to Austria and their many possessions. Coronations, funerals, patronage, diplomacy, and artwork reveal how the special relationship between Hungary and Spain functioned and appeared. In this interview, Tibor Martí explains the purpose, spirit, and achievement of the book, and he goes into depth about his own essay in the volume on the chivalric order of the Golden Fleece as an instrument of diplomacy between these great European Catholic monarchies in the Early Modern world. Tibor Martí is a Research Fellow in the Early Modern History Department at the Institute of History part of the Research Centre for the Humanities, in the Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest and has been a lecturer at Pázmány Péter Catholic University in the Faculty of Philosophy and also the Faculty of the Humanities. He is author of dozens of articles and papers in English, Spanish, German, and Hungarian, all available at this link from Academia.com: https://tti.academia.edu/TiborMart%C3%AD. Krzysztof Odyniec is a historian of Early Modern Europe specializing in sixteenth-century diplomacy and travel in Central Europe and the Spanish Empire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Stories from the Ridge, The McCallie Podcast
Fine Arts At McCallie: A Way To Self-Discovery

Stories from the Ridge, The McCallie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 61:22


McCallie's Stories from the Ridge podcast series that has focused on the academic disciplines continues with a look at the Fine Arts Department. Three of the school's arts teachers discuss how arts are taught at McCallie, how creativity is nurtured, and how arts are used as a springboard for self-discovery and problem solving for McCallie boys. The podcast, featuring Department Chair Paul Merrion and teachers Suzanne Mortimer and Will Givens, is hosted by Dean of Faculty and Curriculum Sumner McCallie.

Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching
Crucial Conversations: Learning to Discuss Sensitive Topics

Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 21:31


Faculty integrated instruction about sensitive topics into their communication lab. They engage students in role play, discussions, and creative activities to develop students' ability to have conversations about highly charged and sensitive topics. Dr. Pat Freed, Erica Frost, and Krista Simmons describe their Crucial Conversations lab.

PRS Journal Club
December 2021 Journal Club: Upper Extremity Pyrocarbon Implants

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 16:11


In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors – Saïd Azoury, Lindsay Janes, and Ara Salibian- and special guest Sami Tuffaha, MD, discuss the following articles from the December 2021 issue: “Pyrocarbon Arthroplasty Implants in the Upper Extremity: A Systematic Review of Outcomes and Pooled Analysis of Complications” by Abi-Rafeh, ElHawary, Azzi, and Thibaudeau. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/PyrocarbonArthroImplants  Special Guest Sami Tuffaha, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Orthopedic Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Faculty at The Curtis National Hand Center. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSDec21Collection

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 199: Paving The Way For Others with 5F World's Dr. Ganesh Natarajan & Dr. Uma Ganesh

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 50:14


Robin Sharma once said, “Success is not a function of the size of your title but the richness of your contribution.” It's about impact, influence and inspiration. Our guests are a perfect example of the power of sincere and selfless contribution and how it fosters true fulfilment. Meet Dr. Ganesh Natarajan & Dr. Uma Ganesh, Co-Founders of 5F World, who share their career journeys and how their shared values of working for the good of the community and their country has inspired them to create impact and opportunity using their 5F framework – Fast, Focused, Flexible, Friendly and Fun. Dr. Ganesh Natarajan is the Executive Chairman of 5F World, a platform for Digital Start-ups, Skills and Social Ventures. He is also Chairman of Honeywell Automation India Limited and Lighthouse Communities Foundation and a Board member of the State Bank of India, Hinduja Global Solutions, Global Talent Track, Educate Girls and the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network. Ganesh is a Distinguished Alumnus of IIT Bombay and NITIE. Dr. Uma Ganesh is the co-founder of 5F World and founder of multiple companies including Global Talent Track focused on skills development for the digital era, Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics, Kalzoom Advisors and Skills Alpha – the digital platform for talent development. In this episode, Uma & Ganesh share their vision, the foundational pillars of their partnership, why learning should be a collective collaboration, and how leaders should view talent differently for the future. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Dr. Ganesh Natarajan & Dr. Uma Ganesh. Highlights: [02:54] Uma's story [07:50] Ganesh's story [10:21] Uma & Ganesh's shared vision [13:46] The foundational pillar of Ganesh & Uma's partnership [16:14] The importance of taking risks [19:25] In service of something bigger [23:48] The formation of 5F World [27:35] The future is collective collaborative learning [31:07] How leaders should be looking at talent for the future [39:09] The habits of success [45:16] Who you surround yourself with matters [48:35} Ganesh & Uma's message to the world Quotes: “it's not about making money for ourselves or for shareholders, it's about doing good work for the community, the country, with people whom we love, and who we want to see succeed.” – Dr. Ganesh Natarajan “Life is a journey where you learn from failures, and you learn from successes.” – Dr. Uma Ganesh “For every negative event that takes you away from your path, I've always found that there are five helping hands there to support me.” – Dr. Uma Ganesh “Purpose, focus and a positive attitude will keep you going towards success.” – Dr. Uma Ganesh “If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten.” – Dr. Ganesh Natarajan “Believe in yourself. Don't stop, just do it.” – Dr. Uma Ganesh “Try to make sure that everything is done in the shortest possible time and with the maximum possible impact.” - Dr. Ganesh Natarajan About Dr. Ganesh Natarajan: Dr. Ganesh Natarajan is the Executive Chairman of 5F World, a platform for Digital Start-ups, Skills and Social Ventures in the country. He is also Chairman of Honeywell Automation India Limited and Lighthouse Communities Foundation and a Board member of the State Bank of India, Hinduja Global Solutions, Global Talent Track, Educate Girls and the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network. Ganesh is a Distinguished Alumnus of IIT Bombay and NITIE. He has been Chairman of NASSCOM and President of the HBS Club of India and led APTECH and then Zensar Technologies to global success from 1991 to 2016. Harvard Business School (HBS) has written and teaches two case studies on his work. About Dr. Uma Ganesh: Uma Ganesh has three decades of success in corporate and entrepreneurial ventures covering manufacturing, media, banking and IT sectors. Uma has had indepth exposure to functional areas such as marketing, product management, finance and operations through CXO/CEO positions with large organisations having their footprint in India and global markets. Her last corporate assignment was with HSBC as their Chief Corporate Development Officer for its Global Resourcing Business and previously she has been associated with Zee Education, Aptech, NIIT, Fibre Glass Pilkington and Crompton Greaves.  Over the last decade, Uma has turned an entrepreneur founding Global Talent Track focussed on skills development for the digital era, Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics, Kalzoom Advisors and Skills Alpha – the digital platform for talent development. One of the noteworthy initiatives is 5F World Pvt Ltd cofounded with Dr Ganesh Natarajan which is focussed on consulting for digital transformation and investment in digital startups. Uma's academic credentials include MBA from the Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi and Phd from IIT Bombay. She has played leadership roles in several industry forums namely CII, NHRD Network, Bombay Management Association, Indian Women's Network (IWN) to name a few. She has co-authored a book – a Tata McGraw Hill publication ‘Knowledge Force' with Dr Ganesh Natarajan and has a regular column in the Financial Express focussed around Digital technologies. Links: Websites: https://ganeshnatarajan.in/ http://5fworld.com/ Recent Books: RISING TO THE CHINA CHALLENGE: WINNING THROUGH STRATEGIC PATIENCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Accelerating Digital Success: Reimagining Organisations for a Post-COVID-19 World LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ganeshnatarajan/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/uma-ganesh-77369217/

Redefining Medicine
Redefining Medicine with special guest Dr. Suzanne Turner

Redefining Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 9:37


Dr. Turner is the founder of Vine Medical Associates. Double Board Certified in Family Medicine and AntiAging and Regenerative Medicine, her thriving practice treats rare and unusual diseases in patients from around the world. Practicing Functional Medicine, Dr. Turner has special interests and experience in bioidentical hormone therapy, metabolic medicine, neurodegenerative disease, and human performance optimization. She also has earned Advanced Certification in Endocrinology and Peptide Therapy. Dr Turner is the leading expert in peptide therapy in the Southeast. Among her many accomplishments, Dr. Turner served our troops as a physician in the U.S. Navy for several years. Prior to her tour of duty, she did an internship in general surgery, then completed her residency at Emory University. Dr. Turner is an award-winning teacher of medical students and physicians on the Faculty of Emory University, A4M, IPS, and ACAM. She has been featured on several podcasts including Super Human Ratio Network, TRT Revolution, Relentless Vitality, Younique Medical, and Health Matters. She spends her free time managing her urban farm and cooking, building, reading, and exercising with her husband Chip, their 3 daughters, and 4.5 grandchildren.

Tech Unmanned
The One with the Air Force

Tech Unmanned

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 59:17


Join Kaitlyn and guest co-host Becca Wasser (fellow in the Defense Program at the Center for a New American Security) as they discuss the emerging technology priorities of the Department of the Air Force. They are joined by Major General Heather Pringle, Commander at the Air Force Research Laboratory and Colonel Nathan Diller, Director of AFWERX.  References Battle Networks and the Future Force: Part 1 by Todd Harrison Battle Networks and the Future Force: Part 2 by Todd Harrison The Air Force of the Future by Todd Harrison Opportunities for Students & Faculty with AFRL AFRL Scholars Program

Foreword
Dr. Dennis Edwards: On Speaking from the Margins

Foreword

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 25:24


Rev. Dr. Dennis Edwards joins Dr. Madison Pierce and Dr. James Arcadi for episode nine. Dennis is Associate Professor of New Testament at North Park University, along with being an ordained minister in the Evangelical Covenant Church. He has attended Cornell University, completed an MDiv at TEDS, and finished his education with a PhD at the Catholic University of America.Dennis is a multi-talented person, and Madison and James have a great time learning about his journey to faith. He recounts his early experiences in the church and how he eventually discovered a call to ministry and to academic teaching (after earning a chemical engineering degree!). Dennis explains further how he found his way to studying James 5 at Catholic University for his PhD, even while he continued pastoring. He describes how he balances these two dimensions of his life, the academic and the pastoral, and offers crucial insight for the role of study in the life of the church. From there, they discuss his most recent book, Might from the Margins, and how his own experiences of marginalization provide points of contact with other forms of marginalization, and how the church can be reframed to remedy this. He addresses how often evangelicals have operated with recourse to societal power instead of the way of Jesus, which is best exemplified by those on the outside. Dennis finally shares some vital insights from his work in 1 Peter, especially what it teaches us about what it means to live as Christians not understood (or even hurt by) the broader world. Along the way, listeners will discover…Which theology book kept following Dennis around, despite his best attempts to avoid itWhat instrument Dennis plays, even when he preachesWhat Dennis' hopes for TEDS areTo learn more about Rev. Dr. Dennis Edwards, see his faculty page, purchase Might from the Margins or his commentary on 1 Peter, or watch his recent message at Mosaic.

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

In this latest “rapid roundtable” on multiple topics via Clubhouse, Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta) and Brock Pitawanakwat (Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies at York University) join host/producer Rick Harp to discuss: the postponement of an Indigenous papal visit due to Omicron; how to support those reeling personally and professionally due to their defraudment by pretendians; the University of Saskatchewan formally asks a Métis political organization to vet the identity of applicants for Métis-specific jobs at the U of S; and their thoughts on the most recent MEDIA INDIGENA deep dive, "Trust, Truth and Treaties." >> CREDITS: 'Microship' by CavalloPazzo (CC BY-SA 4.0)