Podcasts about grad school

School that awards advanced academic degrees (i.e. master's and doctoral degrees) with the general requirement that students must have earned a previous undergraduate (bachelor's) degree

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Accounting Twins Podcast
Debit Knowledge Credit Memorization

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 22:46


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Season 3

Accounting Twins Podcast
Book Club Bonus Episode: Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession (Chapters 5 and 6)

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 17:10


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Book Club

The Summit Ahead: A Podcast for Future Graduate Students
Program Spotlight: Integrated Marketing Communications | ft. Ryan Wagner | Episode 10

The Summit Ahead: A Podcast for Future Graduate Students

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 23:08


On our tenth episode, Erin welcomes Ryan Wagner, Alumnus/Current Professor in the WVU Integrated Marketing Communications program and the Manager of Customer Narrative at John Deere, to talk about his experiences as both a student and professor in the program and how pursuing a graduate degree helped advance his career. Key topics for this episode include: 1) joining the first-ever DINFOS and West Virginia University cohort, 2) the most rewarding part of pursuing a graduate degree, and 3) how to manage your time wisely in graduate school. If you are interested in graduate education at West Virginia University, please visit our website at www.graduateadmissions.wvu.edu. Don't forget to subscribe to our blog or download one of our online resource guides for more information about the GRE, specific career industries, tips on how to submit your strongest graduate application and more!If you enjoyed or found value in this podcast, please leave a review on your favorite listening platform or follow us on the following social media networks:FacebookTwitterInstagram

Weinberg in the World
Waldron Career Conversation with Kathy Lin '08 PhD: Product Insights Manager at Spotify

Weinberg in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:10


This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation with Kathy Lin ‘08 PhD, who is currently a Product Insights Manager at Spotify after Graduating from Northwestern with Sociology and MMSS Majors and a Global Health Studies Minor. Kathy shares stories about the MMSS Major, Internships, the PhD Process, Working after Grad School, Work-Life Balance, Finding a Career Path, and Working at Spotify. Timestamps: 0:40: The MMSS Major and Memorable Classes 4:15: Rarity of MMSS 6:20: Extracurriculars and Internships 9:30: Deciding to go to Grad School 14:40: the PhD Process 20:20: First Job After Grad School and Work-Life Balance, and Finding a Career Path 30:30: Working at Spotify

Eat Your Crust
#GRADSCHOOL: Dentistry

Eat Your Crust

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 43:12


Today we dive down the grad school process of dental school & learn about the different intricacies of being a working dentist, whether it's the right balance between aesthetics & dental health, learning to interact with clients, or diversity in dental clinics.Follow Michael's dentistry instagram @kintsugi_dentistrySupport the showFollow us on social media @eatyourcrustpod

Big Empty Purse
S2:E31 - Grad School

Big Empty Purse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 63:50


On this week's episode, we discuss the not-so-unique trauma of Graduate School. Clearly we do not recommend. Enjoy!

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #97- HAPPIE Hoffman

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 29:39


It's Heartbreak Season (among other things) and we need HAPPIE Hoffman to tell us that. HAPPIE's debut EP, titled Heartbreak Season is available everywhere you get your music Friday, November 18th. For more information, you can follow HAPPIE on Instagram, or checkout her website.Plus, how can we let another day go by without talking about the Weird Al bio-film?

Two Psychologists Four Beers
Episode 97: Getting Into Grad School

Two Psychologists Four Beers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 57:49


With grad school application deadlines around the corner, Alexa and Yoel discuss how, exactly, that process works. Big picture, they talk about their goals in selecting graduate students to work on their labs, and whether they've gotten good at the process. They also examine typical application requirements - including recommendation letters, personal statements, GPAs, and (sometimes) the GRE - and consider which they'd keep, and which they'd prefer to never deal with again.

Pediatric Speech Pals
Answering More SLP Grad School Questions

Pediatric Speech Pals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 26:02


Where Melissa answers more of your questions! If your question didn't get answered, don't worry! We are filming another episode soon. If you want your question answered, reach out to us and we'll put it in a video!

Molecular Podcasting with Darren Lipomi
#74 – Applying to Grad School: How to write a winning Statement of Purpose & explain a lower GPA

Molecular Podcasting with Darren Lipomi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:19


In this video, I discuss how to write an effective and engaging statement of purpose, how to structure your essay, and how to use your writing to compensate for potentially weaker sections of your application. Thanks to the California Forum for Diversity in Graduation Education for the Invitation to give this talk. This work was supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation CMMI-2135428. The views expressed are those only of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the sponsor, host, or UC San Diego.

Roads Taken
Democratic Experiment: Amel Ahmed on figuring out what's happening

Roads Taken

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 26:08


Guest Amel Ahmed ventured to college from an urban immigrant community and she spent much of her college career trying to figure out what was happening—academically, socially, culturally. She realized that she found comfort in embedding herself in the liminal spaces and really probing them, using the eye of an astute ethnographer and sleuthing historian. By the time she was ready to leave her undergraduate experience, she had a laser focus on continuing to study the Middle East and how ideals and systems of democracy could be spread there.In her first semester of grad school, however, a professor made a comment about the very notion of democracy that took her right back to asking what was happening and how that informs the way you approach the ideas that are at your core.In this episode, find out from Amel how asking the fundamental question of “what are we really doing here” is often the only way to know where we are headed…on Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestAmel Ahmed is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She specializes in democratic studies—approaching the work from historical and comparative perspectives, focusing on both Europe and the United States. She is particularly interested in elections, voting systems, legislative politics, party development, and voting rights. Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com

Dear Grad Student
Knowing the Unknown: Figuring Out Grad School & What Comes Next

Dear Grad Student

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 62:04


Why go into academia? Because you love answering email, or the flexibility, or because you can do whatever you want if you can convince someone to fund you! On today's episode of Dear Grad Student Dr. Dave Coyle shares about his path to an academic position, what he views as the pros and cons of this career path are, and what his experience as a faculty member has been like. Dave and Elana dig into Elana's outdoor opinions, what skills are important for grad students to master in order to be successful faculty, discuss the interview process, and how important luck is. What more could we want as Dear Grad Student discusses academic positions?This is the perfect episode for anyone questioning their career path – if you're thinking about a career in academia (even an alt-academic position) or if you aren't sure what you want to do after grad school, this is the episode for you. Without our Patrons, this podcast would not be possible: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/deargradstudent/postsExplore more about the podcast: https://www.deargradstudent.com/ Shop Podcast Swag: https://www.deargradstudent.com/merch Connect with Today's Guest!Twitter: @drdavecoyleInstagram: @drdavecoyleTikTok: @drdavecoyleWebsiteFind the podcast on Twitter: @DearGradStudentFind the podcast on Instagram: @DearGradStudentPodFind Elana on Twitter: @elana_glogerMusic provided by: Open Those Bright Eyes by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4171-open-those-bright-eyes License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Episode edited by Coral ArroyoTeam Credit and Episode Made Possible by Aubrey Tingler and William OtaSupport the show

The Substance
113: Substantive Stories | From Isolation to Community feat. Myles Werntz

The Substance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 60:08


It won't take you long listening to this one to realize that something's a little different. All three hosts have been busy recently and Trevor & Vincent were unable to make this recording so Philip is hosting solo here. Thankfully we have a wonderful guest so he won't be monologuing. Philip is joined here by Myles Werntz (Peacemonger). Myles is Associate Professor of Theology and Director of Baptist Studies at Abilene Christian University, Grad School of Theology. He also is an author of multiple books (with more than one book that released this year alone!), the most recent of which is From Isolation To Community: A Renewed Vision For Christian Life Together from Baker Academic. As you may imagine by the title, this is another episode heavily featuring theology of place. They also look at the role of The Church & churches. Why do we assemble together and what are we trying to accomplish? Myles also presents an impassioned case for not only church membership but denominational/traditional commitment over the long haul.  We hope that you are encouraged and edified! If you are, consider sharing with a friend or on social media. Have a great week and we'll be back in your feed on the 20th! Buy From Isolation To Community Shoutouts: The Brothers K by David James Duncan The Great British Bake Off (TV- Netflix) Follow Myles: Twitter Instagram  Substack  Follow Us: www.thesubstancepod.com Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Channel  Share Your Questions/Suggestions/Feedback With Us: Email: thesubstancepod@gmail.com Phone: 913-703-3883 Support Us: Support the show with an individual donation on CashApp to $TheSubstancePod or become a monthly supporter at the Anchor link below! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesubstancepod/support

Grad School Femtoring
162: How to Regain Creativity in Grad School and Beyond

Grad School Femtoring

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 21:18


In this solo episode, I discuss how to regain creativity in grad school and beyond. I share about my experience losing my creativity in grad school and offer specific examples of how you can interweave creativity within your academic work. This episode is also an excerpt of the writing I share in my bi-weekly email newsletter. If you liked what you heard, definitely sign up for my email newsletter today. *NEW* Sign up for my newsletter to learn more about grad school, sustainable productivity, and personal development. You'll also be the first to receive updates on my GSF Guide book and other resources for first-gen students of color: https://creative-trailblazer-5062.ck.page/gradschoolfemtoring Want to support the show and be part of my community? Then join my exclusive Grad School Femtee community on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/gradschoolfemtoring Get my free 15-page Grad School Femtoring Resource Kit here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/kit/ Want to learn how to work with me? Get started here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/services/ For this and more, go to: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gradschoolfemtoring/message

Time4Coffee Podcast
1038: How to Get Free Money For Grad School With Jordan Hallow, Northwestern Mutual [K-Cup TripleShot]

Time4Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 12:17


Jordan Hallow is the Director of Recruitment and Selection at Northwestern Mutual, a financial services company headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In his role as a recruiter, Jordan gets to interview and hire potential financial advisors, many of whom are transitioning to the job from other careers. The post 1038: How to Get Free Money For Grad School With Jordan Hallow, Northwestern Mutual [K-Cup TripleShot] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

Accounting Twins Podcast
Accounting Cheat Sheet, Please

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 18:16


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Season 3

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #96- Fall Out Boy's Joe Trohman

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 29:50


Not only did he co-found the popular rock band Fall Out Boy (and was likely one of the last guitars you heard being played on MTV) Joe Trohman had a fascinating childhood, one he looks back on in his new memoir. None of This Rocks, tells of Joe's difficult upbringing, his early bands and, of course, his story of Fall Out Boy.None of This Rocks is available right now, wherever you get your books. For more information on Fall Out Boy, check out their website.

5 Talents Podcast - Commercial Real Estate, REI, Financial Freedom
Nima Rezaei - Save On Taxes By Utilizing Tax Strategies

5 Talents Podcast - Commercial Real Estate, REI, Financial Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 32:49


After coming to America from abroad, Nima Rezaei started elementary school and quickly adopted the American culture. Although he came from a long line of engineers, he knew that was not his calling. He flirted with law school and even prepped for the LSAT. However, during his undergrad as a business major, he was forced to take accounting courses and quickly fell in love. The logic behind the debits and credits, coupled with a supportive teacher, inspired him to become a CPA. He completed the GMAT with a score of 710 and started Grad School at Sacramento State University. Nima completed his grad school and his CPA at the same time, either of which is a difficult feat alone. He passed every class and every CPA exam on the first attempt. Having been in public accounting for a number of years, Nima recently started his own practice in Roseville, a suburb of Sacramento, and has been in operation since. [00:01 - 05:07] Opening SegmentIntroducing Nima to the show!Nima shares his experience in real estate and tax planning[05:08- 12:52] Achieving Financial Independence Through Discipline And EducationFinding passion in accountingReal estate investment is considered passive incomeInvesting in multifamily syndicationsInvestors are looking for a double-digit income through real estate[12:53 - 24:59] Save On Taxes By Utilizing Tax StrategiesVarious ways to save on taxes using:Corporate structurePassive incomeDepreciationWhat is depreciation recapture?Inheriting real estate can result in a step up in the basis[25:00 - 32:50] Closing SegmentNima emphasizes the importance of education and generational wealth     See the links below to connect with Nima! Quotes:"Whether it's Law, CPA, Engineer, whatever it is, I just personally believe that if somebody chases their passion they're going to be successful at it.” - Nima Rezaei“Real estate investment is not just about me. This is generational stuff that we're talking about." - Nima Rezaei Connect with Nima through LinkedIn! Connect with me:www.5talents.capitalLinkedInInstagramWatch 5T CRE on YouTubeLeave us a review and receive your free ebookEmail us --> abel@5tcre.com5 TALENTS CAPITAL | ABEL PACHECOIf you are ready to start your investment journey with 5 Talents Capital, here are the next steps you should take:View our informational video and case study at https://5talents.capital/grow-your-wealth/After viewing the video follow the prompts which will lead you to a scheduling link to meet one on one with Abel Pacheco. Register for our investor portal here investor portal once registered you will be able to review some of our past deals and you will receive alerts for upcoming investment opportunities. I Help People Build Wealth And 10X THEIR MONEY By Establishing Multiple Income Streams Through Multi-Family Real Estate Investments.Our blueprint to financial freedom is streamlined so you can get going in multifamily commercial real estate investments fast. Support the show

The Theatre of Others Podcast
TOO Episode 143 - The Grad School Conundrum

The Theatre of Others Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 66:17


In this episode, Adam and Budi are reunited and it feels so good. They discuss the Grad School Conundrum for theatre makers, the pros and cons, and alternatives that exist out there.Mentioned in this episode:Whitney HoustonRoy HartAdam's Show- The Earth TurnsUN COP27 Climate ConferenceWaiting for GuffmanVibeologySupport the showIf you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. To submit a question: Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com Show Credits Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi MillerProducer: Jack BurmeisterMusic: https://www.purpl...

Accounting Twins Podcast
Book Club Bonus Episode: Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession (chapters 3 and 4)

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 19:02


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Book Club

Accounting Twins Podcast
Learning Accounting at School, Learning Accounting at Work

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 18:56


Links mentioned in this episodeNorma's professor mentioned in the episode Ben Van Landuyt Link to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Season 3

Your Moment Before
Charms and Challenges with Derek Van Barham

Your Moment Before

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 52:14


Director/Producer, Derek Van Barham, takes us through his journey to becoming one of Chicago Theatre's most prolific artists. From video store rentals and his time as a Christian Puppeteer to Grad School and directing one of the hottest tickets in town, Derek continues to raise the bar for what Theatre can do and be. Support the show

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #95- The Gun Club & The Cramps' Kid Congo Powers

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 36:54


Kid Congo Powers has had a fascinating musical career with stints in both The Cramps and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, to say nothing of his co-founding of the great Gun Club. In his new memoir, Some New Kind of Kick, Kid goes through his life and turbulent times, including his struggles with addiction and with his sexuality.Some New Kind of Kick is available right now. For more information, you can check out Kid's website.

Pages From My Notebook: A True-to-Life Podcast
Grad School Diaries, Chapter 3: My Elle Woods Era

Pages From My Notebook: A True-to-Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 67:49


In this life update installment, the lows have gotten lower and rock bottom now has a basement. As escapism provides relief, a marathon rewatch of 2001's Legally Blonde gives me the inspiration to carry on, pink and all. pagefrommynotebookpod.com @pagesfrommynotebookpod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pfmnpod/message

Accounting Twins Podcast
Book Club Bonus Episode: Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession (chapters 1 and 2)

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 18:24


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis' book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.Book Club

Dear Grad Student
Changing Fields, Blazing your Own Path, & Grinding Through Grad School

Dear Grad Student

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 50:03


The keeper of Dear Grad Student behind the scenes knowledge and podcast secrets is here! In this episode of Dear Grad Student, podcast editor, outdoor event coordinator, and weather parasite Coral Arroyo shares about how she uses a meteorology background and M.S. in sports management to promote weather safety at sporting events. Coral shares how she discovered her unique path from undergrad to her current position, why weather is impacting more major events, how she made the transition to another field, what its like to be a trailblazer, and the challenges that come with working through grad school.This episode is especially perfect for those of you who are figuring out life along the way – it doesn't have to be scary and it doesn't mean things won't work out! Listen to today's episode to hear how Coral made it happen (and how you can too!!)Without our Patrons, this podcast would not be possible, you can support here: https://www.patreon.com/deargradstudent/postsCheck out our website and explore more about the podcast: https://www.deargradstudent.com/ Shop Podcast Swag: https://www.deargradstudent.com/merch Connect with Today's Guest!Twitter: @Coral_Arroyo Link to another podcast with Coral as a guest!Twitter: @DearGradStudentInstagram: @DearGradStudentPodElana on Twitter: @elana_glogerMusic provided by: Open Those Bright Eyes by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4171-open-those-bright-eyesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ [Episode edited by Coral Arroyo]Episode Made Possible by Dear Grad Student Team Members Aubrey Tingler and William OtaBetterHelp - Online Counseling Get 10% OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH of the world's largest, 100% online, professional counseling serviceDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Emily Greeson about Controlling Bacteria with Heat and Magnetism

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 16:03


On this week's The Sci-Files, your hosts, Chelsie and Danny interview Emily Greeson. Emily works in the Microbiology and Molecular Genetics department in the Contag lab at Michigan State University. Her work focuses on studying and engineering genes in bacteria to create new functions. Recently, Emily has been working on Bacillus subtilis, a soil bacterium, and adding temperature-sensitive repressors to it to control protein production. Temperature-sensitive repressors respond to changes in temperature by stopping protein production at lower temperatures and allowing proteins to be produced at higher temperatures. The Contag lab has taken the bacteria with these temperature-sensitive repressors one step further and combined them with magnetic nanoparticles and electromagnetic fields to create a new system. After graduation, Emily hopes to focus more on science communication and education, including working at the MSU Museum CoLab Studio in the 1.5 Celsius exhibition.If you're interested in discussing your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. You can ask questions about future episodes here. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube! 

Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast
Episode 72: Passing of the Torch, Michael Miller & Francine Barchett

Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 48:17


Welcome to a new season!  To enter the giveaway, fill out our listener survey here! Sadly, we are saying goodbye to our long-time host, Michael, a history PhD candidate. In this episode, he passes the reigns to our new host, Francine Barchett. Francine is a PhD Student in the department of the Natural Resources and the Environment, and her research involves the illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam, conservation efforts in Southeast Asia, and the Southern African trophy hunting industry. Having attended Cornell for both undergrad and graduate school, Francine shares her journey to Southeast Asia, as well as useful Southeast Asian language resources for those interested. Michael's Farewell: 02:10 Get to know Francine: 12:10 Behind the scenes: 37:10 Recommendations from Francine: Dilan 1991 Southeast Asian Language Resources: Critical Language Scholarship (link) Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (link) Embassy of Indonesia Language Programs (link) NRCs at Cornell University, Northern Illinois University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Hawaii, UW-Madison, University of Washington   The music on the podcast is from "Me and Some Friends", a musical project by a group of friends at Cornell, to experiment with how the beautiful timbres of Gamelan music can meld with hypnotic guitar parts to create a contemplative and unique experience. Check them out here.

Accounting Twins Podcast
Is Accounting Overwhelming?

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:34


Links mentioned in this episodeLink to Jerry Maginnis book, now featured in the Accounting Twins' Book ClubAdvice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry Maginnis Follow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.

The Work Seminar
Ep. 37: Season Three is in the Books

The Work Seminar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 2:19


And once again, a semester of The Work Seminar comes to an end. We'll return with Season 4 after the break. In the meantime, here's hoping you've learned as much from these conversations as we have. See you back here in 2023. Don't be a stranger in between seasonsSend your questions, thoughts on the show, and guest suggestions to jesse@theworkseminar.com. Wanna leave us a tip? Treat us to a virtual coffee on our Ko-fi page. Check out our BookShop.org store for the books mentioned in all our episodes.Check out more from The Work SeminarVisit theworkseminar.com or find @TheWorkSeminar on social media. Sign up for The Work Seminar newsletter.Support the show

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #94- Summit Indie Fest

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 57:45


This week it's a journey into some great indie music. We talked with five groups who are performing at the Summit Indie Fest this weekend in Portsmouth, NH. So, it takes a while to run down the guests, but it's totally worth it. We talked with Alaina Ray, Sneaky Miles, Talk Chalk, The Kenny Brothers Band and Muzzins.For more information, you can follow these bands on Facebook:Alaina RaySneaky MilesTalk ChalkThe Kenny Brothers BandMuzzins

Just Our Luck
S2 Ep3: getting the ick from grad school

Just Our Luck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 34:52


First interview of the season! This week Beth joins us to talk about changing her major from biology to PR and then the sell to get her into the accelerated program for her masters versus taking a break in between. She also goes into the nitty gritty of the whole master's thesis of it all and how to avoid the tricky questions when defending it. Insta: @ki.keyyy TikTok & Twitter: @keytalksalot www.kimanikey.com

How to Talk to [Mamí & Papí] about Anything
She Walked Away from Her Dream Job, Now Needs to Explain Why

How to Talk to [Mamí & Papí] about Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 20:09


After years of working toward a career as a tenure track professor, Sylvia left this path in academia under duress. And getting her Peruvian parents to understand her decision also proved challenging. And Dr. Michelle Espino Lira, who studies Latinos in higher education, speaks with Juleyka about connecting our bold acts of self-advocacy with the grit and resolve our parents modeled for us.Our expert this week is Dr. Michelle Espino Lira, Professor of Student Affairs at the College of Education at the University of Maryland. Learn more about her work here and about her podcast Latinx Inteligentsia . If you loved this episode, listen to Taking a Break from Grad School, Then Telling Her Parents and Is Tenure the End or the Beginning (from our sibling podcast, How to Talk to [High Achievers] about Anything.We'd love to hear your stories of triumph and frustration so send us a detailed voice memo to virginia@lwcstudios.com. You might be on a future episode! Let's connect on Twitter and Instagram at @TalkToMamiPapi and email us at hello@talktomamipapi.com. And follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

Roads Taken
Center Stage: Patricia Herrera on centering others' stories and finding your own

Roads Taken

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:59


Guest Patricia Herrera was on the premed path, happily thinking of herself as a STEM person. A chance encounter with Latinx theater in a freshman seminar led her to take to the stage and realized she loved it. She infused her science studies with healthy doses of theater opportunities but always thought of those pursuits as a hobby. After a term-long immersion experience with peers who were thinking about the stage as a profession, she received advice from a counselor: You don't have to do what others expect but rather what makes you happy. She changed majors to theater and what would now be termed Latinx studies, and had to “come out” to her parents with a new identity as an artist.As she gained experience in acting, directing, writing, and the academic side of things, she couldn't decide which part of the theatrical enterprise most intrigued her. So she applied to graduate programs in all areas and found ways to keep active in the performing world while also analyzing that world in her academic studies. Ultimately, she found a landing spot where she could continue to do both.In this episode, find out from Patricia how centering your community's stories in your work can help you give voice to your own…on Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestPatricia Herrera is a community-engaged artist whose mission is to create a more just world through theater and the arts. She is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Richmond, which has been her academic home for over a decade. Her teaching, research, and community-based projects explore the social inequities experienced by underrepresented communities, especially in the places that she calls home. Find out more about her work at drpatriciaherrera.com.  Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com 

AMiNDR: A Month in Neurodegenerative Disease Research
302 - Vascular Changes in Alzheimer's Disease: July 2022

AMiNDR: A Month in Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 29:20


Elyn is back to discuss the latest research on vascular contributions to Alzheimer disease! Tune in to hear about proteomic changes with amyloid deposition in the vasculature, new therapeutic avenues, and a more detailed account of the perivascular space. If you're interested in factors beyond amyloid and tau in the Alzheimer disease pathology, this is a great place to start!  Sections in this episode:  Cardiovascular Risk Factors (3:45)  White Matter Hyperintensities (8:51)  Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy and the Blood-Brain Barrier (15:47)  Therapeutic Avenues (24:00)  --------------------------------------------------------------  To find the numbered bibliography with all the papers covered in this episode, click here, or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Gswzf5F_ptPPY2OVH3Qdk15aZpNMyaIo/view?usp=sharingTo access the folder with ALL our bibliographies, follow this link (it will be updated as we publish episodes and process bibliographies), or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1bzSzkY9ZHzzY8Xhzt0HZfZhRG1Gq_Si-?usp=sharingYou can also find all of our bibliographies on our website: www.amindr.com.  --------------------------------------------------------------Follow-up on social media for more updates!Twitter: @AMiNDR_podcastInstagram: @AMiNDR.podcastFacebook:  AMiNDR  Youtube: AMiNDR PodcastLinkedIn: AMiNDR Podcast  Email: amindrpodcast@gmail.com  --------------------------------------------------------------  Please help us spread the word about AMiNDR to your friends, colleagues, and networks! And if you could leave us a rating and/or review on your streaming app of choice (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to the podcast), that would be greatly appreciated! It helps us a lot and we thank you in advance for leaving a review! Don't forget to subscribe to hear about new episodes as they come out too.  Thank you to our sponsor, the Canadian Consortium of Neurodegeneration in Aging, or CCNA, for their financial support of this podcast. This helps us to stay on the air and bring you high quality episodes. You can find out more about the CCNA on their website: https://ccna-ccnv.ca/.  Our team of volunteers works tirelessly each month to bring you every episode of AMiNDR. This episode was scripted and hosted by Elyn Rowe, edited by Chihiro Abe, and reviewed by Cassi Friday and Judy Cheng. The bibliography was created by Lara Onbasi and the wordcloud was created by Sarah Louadi (www.wordart.com).  Big thanks to the sorting team for taking on the enormous task of sorting all of the Alzheimer's Disease papers into episodes each month. For July 2022, the sorters were Sarah Louadi, Eden Dubchak, Ben Cornish, Ellen Koch, Dana Clausen, Christy Yu, and Elyn Rowe. Also, props to our management team, which includes Sarah Louadi, Ellen Koch, Naila Kuhlmann, Elyn Rowe, Anusha Kamesh, and Lara Onbasi for keeping everything running smoothly.Our music is from "Journey of a Neurotransmitter" by musician and fellow neuroscientist Anusha Kamesh; you can find the original piece and her other music on soundcloud under Anusha Kamesh or on her YouTube channel, AKMusic.    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMH7chrAdtCUZuGia16FR4w    --------------------------------------------------------------  If you are interested in joining the team, send us your CV by email. We are specifically looking for help with sorting abstracts by topic, abstract summaries and hosting, audio editing, creating bibliographies, and outreach/marketing. However, if you are interested in helping in other ways, don't hesitate to apply anyways.  --------------------------------------------------------------*About AMiNDR: *  Learn more about this project and the team behind it by listening to our first episode: "Welcome to AMiNDR!"   

Confessions of a Top-Producing Real Estate Agent
How To Get Unstuck When You Have No Idea What To Do Next

Confessions of a Top-Producing Real Estate Agent

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 35:54 Very Popular


On today's episode, I'm talking to one of Agent Grad School's three mindset coaches, Coach Lisa. Our goal with this episode: help you get unstuck and keep moving forward in your real estate business even if you've never done the thing you are trying to do and have no idea what to do next. Listen in to learn: The mindset shift that will create a spiral of upward business and personal growth; The “least sucky action” approach; How to move forward even if you haven't done what you are trying to do before; The difference between confidence and self-confidence and how one leads to the other; The “Four C's” to getting unstuck; And so much more For the show notes for this episode, go to agent Grad School.com/CoachLisa. For more information about how Agent Grad School can help you build a successful real estate business, go to AgentGradSchool.com.

Accounting Twins Podcast

Links mentioned in this episodeNorma's tweet on advice to be better at presentations Jerry Maginnes' book - Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #93- The Smithereens

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 37:02


The Smithereens long-lost album has been found! When Pat, Dennis, Jim and Mike went into the studio in 1993, little did they know most of the songs wouldn't see the light of day until almost 20 years later.But they're now available and listeners are all the more richer for the experience. You can get The Lost Album by The Smithereens wherever you get your music, or you can order it directly from the source, on the band's website.

Eat Your Crust
#GRADSCHOOL: From Masters in Arts Education to Consulting

Eat Your Crust

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 41:48


Today we continue the #GRADSCHOOL series by exploring a non-STEM path, getting a Masters in Arts Education! Our guest turned her Masters in Arts Education into a consulting career, now guiding companies into strengthening their online media experience. We also get a glimpse into what it's like to do a virtual grad school program, and how to turn virtual grad school friends into lifelong friendships. Tune into this episode if you want to see an excellent example of a non-traditional career path from someone who stays true to herself & her interests!Support the showFollow us on social media @eatyourcrustpod

The Work Seminar
Ep. 36: Finding a Career Outside Your Academic Discipline w/ Author and PhD Zakiya Akerele

The Work Seminar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:41 Transcription Available


Zakiya's debut book Dump Your Degree is a practical guide for thinking beyond academic credentials as you pursue a new career. And she's followed her own advice, transitioning from the professoriate (with a PhD in religious education) to full-time author.We delve into her methodology through a step-by-step example of:considering different work after or during grad schoolreflecting on and discovering your natural interests, unique talents, and in-depth knowledgetranslating these abilities into relevant full-time, freelance, and self-employment roles networking and creating content to highlight your expertise and create your own opportunitiesLike many guests have said before, it's always easier to update your résumé and indiscriminately apply to jobs. But the success rate and job satisfaction of Zakiya's playbook is much higher, particularly for the liberal arts crowd.    Where to find Zakiya and her bookDump Your Degree by Zakiya Akerele ZakiyaAkerele.comZakiya on TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookCheck out more from The Work SeminarVisit theworkseminar.com or find @TheWorkSeminar on social media. Sign up for The Work Seminar newsletter to receive updates straight to your inbox.Support the show

The Piano Pantry Podcast
040 Teacher Talk with Valerie Merrell on Attending Grad School Later in Life

The Piano Pantry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 30:02


Amy chats with teacher Valerie Merrell on their shared experience returning to grad school later in life. ITEMS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE A Halloween-Themed Listening Activity RATE and REVIEW “I love Amy and The Piano Pantry Podcast!” ←- If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing the show! Here's how: Click here to open the podcast page If it doesn't automatically open in iTunes, click on “Listen on Apple Podcasts” Click “Ratings and Reviews” then tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review”. Be sure and let me know what you love most! SUBSCRIBE Click here to subscribe to Piano Pantry's GENERAL email list to keep up-to-date on all things new! CONNECT Facebook @PianoPantry Instagram @amychaplinpiano Website PianoPantry.com/podcast/ TRANSCRIPT: There is no transcript available for this episode. SEND ME A VOICEMAIL --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/piano-pantry-podcast/message

Clown Hospital
36: Grad School is Like a Penn State Hazing Ritual (academia) w/ Holly Genovese

Clown Hospital

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 57:34


My friend Holly joins me to talk shit on Temple University. Find Holly's Work Here: https://holly-genovese.com/ hollz.substack.com Further Reading: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/15/us/harvard-kilburn-therapy-records.html?unlocked_article_code=4_Oe64xOenPbLjV5g15ogNUaJickHYQb4z5vI7moRxRzdmVHG5Vjjbe2NRhRqZ-BCqE9UsctXPoA7F02obISyYYdM1a35JoVtiYz2nC3bXmYJG0xbovP0eihJ1fJ68JXwrb3O8gokhsVwCgtCRWvFSz7k5YDjKnISJbmWQdXp7FrpM445c6PmZdEN8PcvnSDOOVHcQhsDlX5luUMyUaKoGyVKZsiQSPffCLBG5jeNg9q2kTaf4nWR7HwCmddK0d4GMfTdu9sOSjnQuQMGEc7AQD48KRlD3k-5I4FLWUXQoNQIvmybW8LEDIEkWPTRFcoPbYUDKa_mGbBSAZNkLUt6m3q1aU&smid=share-url https://www.reddit.com/r/Professors/comments/v678un/having_due_dates_is_now_ableist_ableism_and_the/

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Hariharan Ramakrishnan about Reducing Chemotherapy Side Effects

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 13:54


On this week's The Sci-Files, your hosts, Chelsie and Danny interview Hariharan Ramakrishnan. Cisplatin is an incredibly powerful chemotherapy drug used to treat a variety of cancers. However, its side effects, such as kidney toxicity and painful neuropathy, may result in dose reduction or termination of treatment increasing patient mortality. Physicians must closely monitor the patient's kidney function during chemotherapy due to the high risk of kidney failure, and the patient's sensitivity, due to severe pain from peripheral neuropathy. Therefore, there is an urgent medical need for novel therapeutics that limit cisplatin's side effects. Adenosine receptors are involved in several kidney diseases and neuropathic pain pathophysiology. Hari hypothesizes that blocking adenosine receptors (AR) using Istradefylline, an FDA-approved AR antagonist will alleviate kidney toxicity and pain from cisplatin. He found that administering Istradefylline reduces both the pain hypersensitivity and kidney toxicity induced by cisplatin and the associated inflammation. Since the FDA already approves Istradefylline for treating Parkinson's disease, it can be quickly clinically applied to cancer therapy. You can learn more about the Laumet lab's research at their website. If you're interested in discussing your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. You can ask questions about future episodes here. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube! 

Parenting Roundabout
Future Planning for Young Adults

Parenting Roundabout

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 15:51


Nicole's daughter is in her last year of university, and Catherine's is right behind her. We've barely had time to digest the Big Life Decisions they had to make to get to this point, and now it's time for more.

Accounting Twins Podcast
Balancing Accounting and Life

Accounting Twins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 21:36


Links mentioned in this episode Jerry Maginnes' book - Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession: How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities by Jerry MaginnisFollow the Accounting Twins on Social Mediatwitter.com/AcctTwinsPodinstagram.com/accttwinspodlinkedin.com/company/accounting-twins-podcastfacebook.com/AccountingTwinsPodcasttiktok.com/@accttwinspodConnect with Beckytwitter.com/beckysteigerlinkedin.com/in/rebeccasteiger Connect with Normatwitter.com/normasteigerlinkedin.com/in/normasteigerReviewLeave a review on Apple Podcasts or PodchaserSubscribeSubscribe to the Accounting Twins Podcast in your favorite podcast app!This podcast is a production of the Accounting Podcast NetworkWant to sponsor this podcast? Full transcript available upon request.

Grad School Femtoring
158: Carving an Intersectional and Interdisciplinary Path in Grad School with Xochitl Clare

Grad School Femtoring

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 39:53


This week our special guest is Xochitl Clare, who discusses the topic of how to carve and intersectional and interdisciplinary path for yourself. Xochitl is a Afro-Latina Marine Biologist & Performing Artist with Caribbean & Central American heritage. Her Ph.D. research provides valuable insights on how ecosystems and the fisheries they support are coping with ocean warming and how this could impact daily livelihoods. We discuss her work in using the combined power of science and storytelling to empower a new generation of diverse ocean explorers. In this episode we cover: -Xochitl's backstory as an Afro-Latina marine biologist and performer -The benefits and challenges of pursuing interdisciplinary interests in college and in grad school -What to consider when applying to grad school with intersectional and interdisciplinary interests -Approaches to interdisciplinary career planning, and more! You can connect with Xochitl via the following account tags and sites: Instagram Account Tags: @xochitlclare @dancewithxochi Facebook Account Tags: Xochitl Clare LinkedIn Account Tags: Xochitl Clare Website: https://xochitlclare.wixsite.com/dancingbiologist *NEW* Take the Grad School Femtoring Listener Survey to share critical feedback and get a special FREE gift: https://forms.gle/6Qcxf9PG8rjqdkrq9 *NEW* Sign up for my newsletter to receive updates on my GSF Guide book and other resources for first-gen students of color: https://creative-trailblazer-5062.ck.page/gradschoolfemtoring Liked what you heard? Then join my exclusive Grad School Femtee community on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gradschoolfemtoring Get my free 15-page Grad School Femtoring Resource Kit here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/kit/ Want to learn how to work with me? Get started here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/services/ For this and more, go to: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gradschoolfemtoring/message

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #92- Sharon Robinson on Leonard Cohen

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 30:48


Sharon Robinson collaborated with the great Leonard Cohen on numerous songs and albums throughout his career. She also is a successful singer and songwriter in her own right, having written "New Attitude" for Patti LaBelle.Sharon is on the road now, paying tribute to her friend Leonard Cohen with her show, "My Time with Leonard Cohen," where she plays some of their songs and shares some of her stories. We talked with Sharon on the eve of shows in Philadelphia and Washington DC, and heard about the relationship and what she learned from the poet and Buddhist.To find out when Sharon is bringing the show to you, check out her website. You can also follow her on Facebook and on Twitter.

The Work Seminar
Ep. 35: Judith Lagrou - M.Ed. in Higher Education Turned Investment Banking Strategist

The Work Seminar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 38:24 Transcription Available


Judith finished grad school with a passion for increasing student retention. As she spent more time — and moved up the ladder — in higher ed administration, she became equally committed to expanding access.And she did, indeed, make retention and access top priorities in positions across student affairs, development, and international education. But what appeared to be a perfect career progression on paper was not in practice. That's when Judith, for the first time, looked beyond the ivory tower for work. Within a few years in finance, she had the opportunity to transfer to investment banking, where she now relishes the quick pace of change and ability to solve complex problems. Had she not taken the time to question what she valued in her work, Judith may have never considered if careers outside of higher ed could be a better fit.Books & other resources mentionedWhat Should I Do with My Life? by Po BronsonThe Four Tendencies by Gretchen RubinLife map resourcesCheck out more from The Work SeminarVisit theworkseminar.com or find @TheWorkSeminar on social media. Sign up for The Work Seminar newsletter to receive updates straight to your inbox.Support the show

Music Talks
Episode 77 Pt.2 - Ian Rogers - Familiar With A Twist

Music Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 53:25


This is Part 2 of my chat with Ian Rogers .There were simply too many good stories to keep this to a single episode .Ian , in his own words: Is a skateboarder from Northern Indiana Has been a record collector since the age of 5Started programming a few years later Became a father at 17 and a grandfather at 50 Dropped out of Grad School in 1995 to go on tour with Beastie Boys Spent 20 years building digital music with Winamp, Yahoo!, Beats, & then Apple Music. Moved to Paris in 2015 to start a new career as Chief Digital Officer at LVMH Became, in Jan 2021, the Chief Experience Officer at Ledger where he's leveraging all this experience and getting to grips  with the new world of digital assets In addition to Beastie Boys, Ian has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including amongst others  The Pixies, Paul McCartney David Byrne, Brian Eno, Kanye West, Dr.Dre, Jimmy Iovine, and Trent Reznor,A self-declared obsessive his music knowledge and taste is both wide and very deep, with ‘challenging' being his go to choice although Joni Mitchell and Sade do creep in to his listening habits as well. Enjoy! 

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Anna Kim and Roksana Riddle about Bacteriophage as Plant Biocontrol

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:29


On this week's The Sci-Files, your hosts Chelsie and Danny interview Anna Kim and Roksana Riddle. The United States CDC estimates 2.8 million drug-resistant infections resulting in 35,000 deaths yearly. Pseudomonads are amongst the most resistant to antimicrobials, not only in clinical settings but equally in plant systems like P. syringae. P. syringae is a causative agent for multiple diseases affecting nearly all major economic crops worldwide. Despite the yearly rising numbers of drug-resistant infections, common treatments include antibiotics. Drug-resistant microbes have sparked renewed interest in bacteriophage use in plant infections. Bacteriophages, or phages, are natural predators of bacteria, using them as a host to reproduce. Due to phage's high-host specificity and ability to kill microbes efficiently, the use of phages as a plant biocontrol has increasingly been studied with the rise of drug-resistant microbes. The application of phage on crops results in decreased phage viability due to varied environmental conditions, including UV and pH levels. Check out more about their project here.If you're interested in discussing your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. You can ask questions about future episodes here. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube!