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My amazing and talented wife Lisa released her new book Radical Confidence, which you can order - and get the bonuses she's created for you - at https://www.radicalconfidence.com. When you read this book, Lisa will teach you 10 No-BS Life Lessons to become the hero of your own life and take MASSIVE bold action to achieve your potential!Given all of the possibilities we have living in a modern society, people still struggle with feeling lost, unhappy, and unfulfilled. It's even been reported that American unhappiness hit a record low early this year. If you do a climate check with the people in your life and your social media pages, it's not hard to see that sadly behind some of the smiles, there's a feeling of unhappiness in the air. Arthur C. Brooks is the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. He's discussing why he felt called to explore and research the human experience and model of what actually brings us happiness.If money, fame, power, and pleasure doesn't bring permanent happiness, then what does? How can you ensure a trajectory of life that leads to happiness and fulfillment?Check out Arthur's latest book, From Strength to Strength: https://www.amazon.com/Strength-Finding-Success-Happiness-Purpose/dp/059319148X/ SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Arthur Brooks0:44 | Lost and Unhappy with life10:57 | The Model of Happiness19:16 | The Curve of Intelligence 26:30 | Being Entrepreneurial 30:54 | Becoming Fully Alive43:35 | Chasing the Happiness Idol53:46 | Truthful to Yourself 58:02 | Polarity of Values & Fear1:13:11 | Happiness & Affect Profiles1:20:28 | Motive AttributionQUOTES:“The essence of consciousness is one that gives you incredible transcendental information, but at the same time, it programs in a whole lot of misery.” [1:36]“People who have the earliest success, the mind blowing success, they're the most likely to be unsatisfied with their lives at the end of their lives.” [16:35]“The ultimate entrepreneurial experience is to give away your heart and to take a chance, [...] Fall in love. That's entrepreneurship.” [26:30]“Humans are not intended to decline. Decline is hugely painful because happiness comes from progress. Unhappiness comes from regress.” [30:54]“The falling tide of your life looks like you're losing everything, get your line in the water, because that's the most fertile period of your life.” [35:44]“Deciding that I lived in a world where brain plasticity was real was me saying, I live in a friendly universe” Tom Bilyeu [40:45]“Happiness and unhappiness are not opposites. They're not. They're different experiences.” [47:11]“Money, for instance, is more powerful than people think, not less, but it isn't what you've been told.”Tom Bilyeu [50:50]“If you're denied the flow state that uniquely comes to you through creativity, you're gonna you're gonna be practically suicidal.” [53:10]“Love is the opposite of fear, love will actually neutralize inappropriate fear or excessive fear.” [59:08]“To respect the friction, you have to understand that either one, if we only had one spirals into madness, and it is only in the friction,[...] that you sharpen your ideas.” Tom Bilyeu [1:06:51]“You can be in permanent disagreement, but in love equilibrium, we just have to be people that can do that.” [1:11:30]“You got to figure out which one you are and you must surround yourself with what you're not” [1:14:05]Follow Arthur Brooks:Website: https://arthurbrooks.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arthurbrooks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arthurcbrooks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArthurBrooks/
Join Deborah Eisenberg and David L. Ulin for a conversation on Eisenberg's work and the craft of writing. A short story writer who crafts distinctive portraits of contemporary American life with precision and moral depth, Deborah Eisenberg is the author of Transactions in a Foreign Currency, Under the 82nd Airborne, All around Atlantis, Twilight of the Superheroes, and Your Duck Is My Duck. Writer and editor David L. Ulin is Professor of the Practice of English at the University of Southern California and a former book critic for the Los Angeles Times. Speakers: Deborah Eisenberg is the author of five collections of short stories: Transactions in a Foreign Currency, Under the 82nd Airborne, All around Atlantis, Twilight of the Superheroes, and Your Duck Is My Duck. She is a MacArthur Fellow and the recipient of numerous honors, including the 2011 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, a Whiting Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Lannan Literary Fellowship. She is a professor emerita in the writing program at Columbia University's School of the Arts. David L. Ulin is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, including Sidewalking: Coming to Terms with Los Angeles, which was short-listed for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay, and Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology, which won a California Book Award. He has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, Lannan Foundation, and Black Mountain Institute at the University of Nevada–Las Vegas. A former book editor and book critic for the Los Angeles Times, he has written for Harper's, the Atlantic, the New York Times, the Paris Review, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. His essay “Bed” appeared in The Best American Essays 2020. He is a Professor of the Practice of English at the University of Southern California, where he edits the literary journal Air/Light. Most recently, he edited Joan Didion: The 1960s and 70s and Joan Didion: The 1980s and 90s for Library of America. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This event is a partnership between Lannan Foundation and Haymarket Books. Lannan Foundation's Readings & Conversations series features inspired writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as cultural freedom advocates with a social, political, and environmental justice focus. We are excited to offer these programs online to a global audience. Video and audio recordings of all events are available at lannan.org. Haymarket Books is a radical, independent, nonprofit book publisher based in Chicago. Our mission is to publish books that contribute to struggles for social and economic justice. We strive to make our books a vibrant and organic part of social movements and the education and development of a critical, engaged, international left. Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity, and creativity through projects that support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, inspired Native activists in rural communities, and social justice advocates. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/OVPRslmLgLk Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
The world is changing at a pace that's hard to keep up with. So, what a student learns to earn a degree is quickly becoming obsolete. That's true unless you're in Anika Sharma's class. Anika is a professor of business and technology at NYU Stern School of Business, and she is also a General Manager and Global Client Partner for Mindtree. By having her feet in both worlds, Anika sees how Gen Z is changing in real-time and understands what brands are asking for on a day-to-day basis. She then shares that information in educational and business settings. She shared it with us, too, on this episode. Tune in to learn:How Anika brings the classroom to clients at Mindtree (7:30)Trends larger brands are looking for help with (10:50)Getting more to the heart of why companies fail and what we can learn from them (30:30)Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.
Mark Roberge is one of the most legendary people in the SaaS sales world. He joined Hubspot as their first sales hire and led them from $0 to $100 million+ and a successful IPO as their Chief Revenue Officer. He is now the Managing Director at Stage Two Capital and Professor at Harvard Business School. In this episode, Mark and I discuss: How he first got into sales & startups Was getting an MBA worthwhile? The early days of Hubspot How his spirituality helps him in his career And much more... If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to grow this show and find the best guests possible for you. Follow The Podcast: Apple/Spotify: Millennial Sales Twitter: TommyTahoe Instagram: TommyTahoe YouTube: TommyTahoe Website: Millennialmomentum.net
Dr. Michael Matlock joined the podcast today. The Rev'd Prof. Michael Matlock is Professor of Inductive Biblical Studies, Old Testament, & Early Judaism & Co-director of Anglican Studies and Formation at Asbury Seminary. Prof. Matlock has served in the School of Biblical Interpretation since 1998, as the department chair of Inductive Biblical Studies since 2013, and as co-director of Anglican Studies and Formation since 2019. He understands his calling to be a beloved son and servant of Jesus, unconditional lover of Robin, loving encourager of his children, and to teach Scripture for the sake of God's church and world. Outside of teaching biblical studies, he teaches the Anglican history and polity course. His books include "Discovering the Traditions of Prose Prayers in Early Jewish Literature" (T&T Clark) and a devotional commentary on Daniel 1-6 (Seedbed). He is currently writing a two-volume commentary on the Greek text of 1 and 2 Chronicles and the Prayer of Manasseh for the Septuagint Commentary Series (Brill Publishers). He and his wife Robin have been married for more than 30 years and have three insightful, resourceful children. In today's conversation, we talk about Dr. Matlock's calling to ministry and how that unfolded, what he knows about calling now that he didn't then, marriage and a little bit about his work here at Asbury Seminary. You won't want to miss this delightful conversation. Let's listen!
If the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion is to be believed, we are on the cusp of Roe v. Wade being overturned this summer – a decision which will have wide-ranging implications for all Americans. Alec spoke with two people at the forefront of this issue: Mary Ziegler is a Professor at Florida State University College of Law, the author of four books on abortion law and politics, and one of the world's leading authorities on the legal history of the American abortion debate. Anna Rupani is the Executive Director of Fund Texas Choice, an organization providing aid to those seeking abortions in and out of state due to Texas' ban on abortions around the sixth week of pregnancy. Our guests help shed light on what led to the historic decision, what laws might also be at-risk and where we go from here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Paula Bates, Professor of Medicine at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville discusses the development of the anticancer drug AS1411 and how it could be useful it fighting the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Learn about aptamers and how they could be used to fight both cancer and COVID. Hear Dave Robinson convert an aptamer sequence into music! More information about Dr. Bates and AS1411: https://louisville.edu/medicine/research/cancer/pjbate01 and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2716701/ Bench Talk: The Week in Science is a weekly program that airs on WFMP Louisville FORward Radio 106.5 FM (forwardradio.org) every Monday at 7:30 pm, Tuesday at 11:30 am, and Wednesday at 7:30 am. Visit our Facebook page for more links to the research discussed in this episode: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BenchTalkRadio/posts/?ref=page_internal
This week, Dennis visits with Dr. Dave Arnott, Dallas Baptist University's Professor of Management and Economics, to discuss Biblical economics. People often dismiss the Bible's relevance on this topic, since it was written over 2,000 years ago. Their conversation reveals the Bible's ancient wisdom on hard work, monopolies, property ownership, trade, and socialist ideas. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
Why hasn't the US rejoined the Iran Deal? Ploughshares President Emma Belcher sits down with Peter Beinart, Professor at the City University of New York. He discusses his latest op-ed in the New York Times, where he criticizes the Biden Administration for its hesitancy to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal. On Early Warning, Lauren Billet talks with Melissa Hanham, an affiliate of the Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation. She discusses the reports that North Korea may be gearing up to conduct nuclear tests in the coming weeks.
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In this episode, we discuss the concept of community-- what is community, how do we define it, how do online communities fit into this space, and what does the future hold for the idea of community? The question of community also offers some interesting insights into the idea of citizen science and decentralized sources of knowledge, such as wikipedia. What are the larger implications of this model for content sourcing, and how does it compare to individual specialists? Dr. Amy S. Bruckman is Regents' Professor and Senior Associate Chair in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she studies online communities. Bruckman received her Ph.D. from the MIT Media Lab in 1997. She is a Fellow of The ACM and a member of the SIGCHI Academy. She founded her first online community in 1993, and has been teaching the class 'Design of Online Communities' at Georgia Tech since 1998. Her Book, "Should you Believe Wikipedia? Online Communities & the Construction of Knowledge" can be found anywhere you buy books, and she can be found moderating R/Science & on Twitter at @ASBruckman.
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Vladimir Porus is a Soviet and Russian philosopher, specialist in the theory of knowledge, philosophy and methodology of science. Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor at HSE University. Vladimir was born on September 19, 1943 in the city of Osh, Kirghiz SSR. He graduated from high school in Lugansk. After serving in the Soviet army, he entered Moscow State University. In 1970 he graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in Philosophy. In 1974, he completed postgraduate studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of philosophical sciences on the topic "Gnoseological problems of many-valued logic". From 1974 to 2007 he worked at the Institute of Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Junior, Senior and Leading Researcher). In 1997 he was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor. Since 1999 - Head of the Department of Philosophy at the University of the Russian Academy of Education. In 2002 he defended his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy on the topic "Scientific Rationality as a Topic of Epistemology". Since 2003 - Professor and Head of the Department of Ontology, Logic and Theory of Knowledge of the School of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities, National Research University Higher School of Economics. Since 2004, he has been a member of the editorial board of the journal Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. Since 2017, he has been the editor-in-chief of Philosophy. Journal of the HSE School of Philosophy and Cultural Studies. Author of more than 450 scientific publications, including monographs “Rationality. The science. Culture” (2002), “At the Edge of Culture” (2008), “At the Crossroads of Method” (2014), etc. FIND VLADIMIR ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
The origins of the sustainability concept: Risk perception and resource management in early urban centers, Linear Statecraft along the Nile: Landscapes and the Political Phenomenology of Ancient Egypt, and The process of complex societies: dynamic models beyond site-size hierarchies Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Monica Smith is Professor of Anthropology and the institute of environmental sustainability at UCLA. She is a historian who utilizes archaeological data to analyze the collective effects of routine activities through the study of food, ordinary goods, and architecture. Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/c/scientificsense?sub_confirmation=1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
Does your retirement planning include how you think? Positive views and negative views on aging matter. Yale professor Dr. Becca Levy's ground-breaking research shows how age beliefs can benefit the aging process, including the extension of life expectancy by 7.5 years. Today's culture brings a steady stream of negative messages on aging, but you can challenge those messages and cultivate positive age beliefs. _________________________ Bio Dr. Becca Levy, the leading authority on how beliefs about aging influence aging health, is Professor of Epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health and Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Her pathfinding studies have changed the way we think about aging and have received awards from the American Psychological Association, the Gerontological Society of America, and the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics. Dr. Levy has given invited testimony before the US Senate on the adverse effects of ageism and has contributed to US Supreme Court briefs to fight age-discrimination. She serves as a scientific advisor to the World Health Organization's Campaign to Combat Ageism. __________________________ For More on Dr. Becca Levy Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live ___________________________ Podcast Episodes You May Like Ageism Unmasked – Dr. Tracey Gendron The Second Curve of Life – Arthur C. Brooks The Mind-Body Connection and The Rabbit Effect – Kelli Harding The Expectation Effect – David Robson ___________________________ Wise Quotes On Positive Age Beliefs "People who took in more positive age beliefs at the start of the study they had a median survival advantage over those who took in more negative age beliefs. They had a median survival advantage of seven and a half years." On Role Models "It can be really important to increase awareness of some of the negative messaging and challenge it. But also I think it's important to find ways to strengthen some of the positive older role models or positive images of aging that are around us. And so something that we found that can be effective is to record what I call a portfolio of diverse and positive images of aging. What that involves is writing down say five or so positive older role models. And some of them can be from your own life, It could be a great aunt, a great uncle and some of them could be from the general world at large or from current events, a great scientist that you know about. It would be good to come up with somebody that you admire for a different reason so that's where the diversity of images come up. So if you list one person you may admire because they have a great sense of humor, and another one could be because they've got a great work ethic, or a great sense of social justice. So for each person it's good to think about a quality that you really admire about that person that you would like to strengthen in yourself. And we found that actively engaging in these different older role models can also start to strengthen some of our our positive age beliefs." From Declining to Thriving "The most important message is that even though we know that these age beliefs are taken in at a very young age from the culture and they can be reinforced over time, we also know that they're not set in stone. So they're malleable. We can change them. And I think that has implications for us as a society that we could actively try to promote an age liberation movement that reduces or eliminates ageism and promotes and celebrates aging, and finds opportunities for people across generations. It also suggests that on an individual level, there are things that we can do to shift the negative age messaging from messages of decline to messages of thriving, by actively curating the messages that we take in and reinforcing the messages of aging that are encouraging inclusivity and celebrating aging."
How can we flourish in difficult times? This is the question Dominic Done dives in to in his latest book, Your Longing Has a Name: Come Alive to the Story You Were Made For. Mike sits down with Dominic to talk through how we can address the health of our souls during challenging seasons of life, and how we can flourish with the help of the Holy Spirit. Dominic Done is a speaker and author of When Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt. He is also Professor of Applied Theology at George Fox University, and a teacher at Westside: A Jesus Church. He has a Master's Degree in Theology from the University of Oxford and is currently working on his PhD at the University of Oxford with his supervisor Alister McGrath. He previously served as a pastor in North Carolina and Hawaii. He has also taught English for companies in Europe, lectured in theology and history at various Christian colleges, worked as a radio DJ, and lived as a missionary in Vanuatu and Mexico. Dominic is married to his wife, Elyssa, has a daughter named Amelia, and a fuzzy Goldendoodle, Bella.
How is God at work in our stories and our suffering? How does human will relate to divine will? Dr. Mark Talbot, Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College, joins the podcast to share his story, including suffering a major, paralyzing accident as a young man and going on to study philosophy as a Christian. Dr. Talbot also discusses his book When the Stars Disappear, the first in a four-book series on suffering and the Christian life.
Etwa 5 Prozent der Bevölkerung erleiden im Verlauf ihres Lebens einen Bandscheibenvorfall, in der Fachsprache Diskushernie. Gegen die quälenden Rückenschmerzen kann man mit gezielter Physiotherapie ankämpfen, was häufig gleich gut nützt wie eine Operation. Machen sich neben den Schmerzen aber Taubheitsgefühle bemerkbar, dann ist eine Operation das Mittel der Wahl. Oft sogar notfallmässig, sagt Andreas Raabe, Professor für Neurochirurgie am Berner Inselspital. Denn eine kaputte Bandscheibe kann empfindlich auf einen Nerv drücken und Schmerzen, Taubheitsgefühl oder Lähmungen in den Armen und Beinen auslösen. Auch die Kraft ist dann oft eingeschränkt. Physiotherapie oft gleich erfolgreich wie OP «Studien in den letzten Jahren haben gezeigt, dass Zuwarten und gezielte Physiotherapie oft zu gleichen Resultaten geführt haben, wie eine Operation», sagt Raabe. Das zeigt sich auch in bildgebenden Verfahren. «Nach zwei Jahren hat man oft das selbe Resutat.» Das bedingt allerdings, dass man weiterhin Übungen macht. Seien es die Übungen aus der Physio, Yoga oder Pilates - bis ans Ende des Lebens. Und: Es braucht Geduld, viel Geduld. Wann braucht es wirklich eine Operaion Natürlich gibt es auch Fälle, bei denen die konservative Therapie mit Physio nicht zum Erfolg führt. «Bei stärksten Schmerzen, Lähmungen und vegetative Störungen, wie Störungen der Blase oder des Mastdarms können eine OP auch notfallmäsig bedingen», so Raabe.
Jan Grabowski, Professor of History at the University of Ottawa, discusses his new book (co-edited with Barbara Engelking) Night Without End: The Fate of Jews in German-Occupied Poland, focusing on the generally overlooked stories of the persecution and liquidation of Jews in rural and provincial areas in Poland, following the Nazi occupation.
Larry Kochard is the CIO at Makena Capital Management, a $20 billion OCIO formed by senior executives from the Stanford Management Company in 2005. Larry joined Makena in 2018, following a storied career serving as CEO and CIO of University of Virginia Investment Management Company, as the first CIO at Georgetown University, and as Managing Director of Equity and Hedge Fund Investments for the Virginia Retirement System. He was an early guest on Capital Allocators discussing his path, and that conversation is replayed in the feed. This time around we discuss Larry's transition to Makena, the differences between leading endowments and an OCIO, and his perspective on specialist versus generalist teams. We then dive into different investment opportunities across crossover funds, hedge funds, co-investments, REITs, venture capital, emerging markets, real assets, and crypto. We close with Larry's take on market risks, opportunities, and managing his team. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
Plans to require restaurants to publish calorie counts on menus have been shelved by the government. The demand was one of the main promises of the National Obesity Strategy and joined Ciara to discuss is Helen Heneghan, Professor of Surgery and Consultant Bariatric Surgeon at St Vincent's Hospital. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Larry Kochard is the CEO and CIO of the University of Virginia Investment Management Company (UVIMCO), where he provides leadership, connectivity to the University, and responsibility for the University's $8.5 billion long-term investment pool. Before joining UVIMCO in 2011, he served as Georgetown University's first in-house CIO. Prior to that, he was Managing Director of Equity and Hedge Fund investments for the Virginia Retirement System. From 1997-2004, Larry was an adjunct, and later full-time, professor at Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce. He spent his formative professional years in debt capital markets at Goldman Sachs, and corporate finance at Fannie Mae and DuPont. Larry received his B.A. in Economics from William & Mary, an MBA from the University of Rochester, and an MA and PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia. Our conversation covers tricky issues involving the internal management of portfolios alongside external manager allocations, UVIMCO's five core principals, and the consideration of absolute and relative metrics in asset allocation and performance. Our deep dive on UVIMCO's core principals and asset allocation provides an inside look at the subtleties required to maintain seemingly simple tenants. I'm quite sure everyone that touches the University of Virginia will come away thrilled that Larry is the steward of their capital. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
Dr. Stanley Maloy is Dean of the College of Sciences, Associate Director of the Center for Microbial Sciences, and Professor in Biology at San Diego State University. Stanley's lab is working on a new approach for delivering vaccines that may be beneficial for the development of new types of vaccines. They are also collaborating with colleagues in the biotech industry to investigate new approaches for developing antibiotics. When he's not working, Stanley loves traveling, reading, cooking, hiking, and enjoying the ocean. He received his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of California, Irvine and conducted postdoctoral research in Genetics at the University of Utah. Stanley then served on the faculty at the university of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign for about 18 years before accepting a position where he is today at San Diego State University. Stanley is a former President of the American Society for Microbiology, is an elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, has authored several books on microbial genetics, and has been widely recognized for his excellence in teaching. In this episode, Stanley tells us more about his journey through life and science.
In the face of wonder, we can sometimes lose ourselves.M. Soledad Caballero is Professor of English and chair of the Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at Allegheny College. Her first collection, titled I Was a Bell, won the 2019 Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award. Her scholarly work focuses on British Romanticism, travel writing, post-colonial literatures, Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, and interdisciplinarity. She splits her time between Pittsburgh and Meadville, Pennsylvania.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.We're pleased to offer M. Soledad Caballero's poem, and invite you to sign up here for the latest from Poetry Unbound.
More than half-a-million Ontarians live with ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. But it's unlikely to be the focus of much attention during the debate tonight among provincial political party leaders. Heidi Bernhardt of The Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada tells us how they are helping families engage with candidates; Alex Marland teaches political science at Memorial University. He'sthe author of 'Whipped: Party Discipline in Canada,' and a Professor of Political Science at Memorial University. He discusses how parties vet their candidates in light of some the difficulties a number of them have had during this provincial election; Has our public civility declined over the course of the pandemic? And why? Laura Cavanagh has a few ideas. She is a registered psychotherapist and professor of behavioural sciences at Seneca College. It's probably no consolation to weary fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but two Canadian teams will move on in the N.H.L. playoffs. Sean Fitzgerald talks about the prospects for Canada's teams; Cecil Foster is a Canadian novelist and professor at the University of Buffalo who lives ten minutes away from the scene of the shooting of 13 people on the weekend; He offers his perspective on the tragedy; CBC reporter Joanne Chianello profiles the New Blue Party and the Ontario Party, two new parties in the province who are vying for our votes.
Jadrian Wooten is an Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University within the Department of Economics. He’s the Publisher of the Monday Morning Economist on Substack, and he is an award-winning educator and researcher. Topics: Jadrian's dissertation on Sports Economics The retirement problem for Gen Z How to inspire economic lessons and personal finance lessons If you could only teach three economic lessons, what would they be? Bonus question: Tips and recommendations to implement digital media in teaching lessons What economic lessons have you learned by traveling to other countries ***** Episode Notes Jadrian Wooten | Web | Substack BOOK: Parks and Recreation and Economics | Amazon ***** Wisco Weekly is the business education podcast of 24Hour Journal. Subscribe to the Podcast to hear money and business education on the freelance economy. A paper trail of the Podcast can be found on 24hourjournal.substack.com. Subscribe and follow the adventure of a lifetime turning a digital nomad into a Monaco millionaire. Kindly rate Wisco Weekly on Spotify *****
Host Dr. Nurse Dan Weberg's guest for this episode is Sandra Davidson, Dean, Professor and Deputy Provost of the Faculty of Nursing at University of Calgary. Sandra is a long-time educator and shares my passion for bringing innovation and disruption to nursing leadership. She's currently developing a new doctoral program for the University of Calgary that will offer an applied degree aimed at educating and growing the healthcare leaders of the future. Davidson talks about how she and her colleagues are taking the learnings of the pandemic and using them to make nursing education better, more flexible and more student-centric. Sandra shares why she thinks that a relational approach to leadership makes sense, and her advice to frontline nurses who are interested in pursuing leadership roles. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Philadelphia County Rep. DANILO BURGOS may just be on to something...his recent bill will revoke the licenses of any PA cannabis companies that have ties to Russia. But None of the cannabis brands in PA would have any ties to distant Russia right? RIGHT?!?!Well...it seems there may be some truth to it. Is our weed financed by Russian Coin?Join the Professor as he details the strange and awkward connections that a couple Russian Billionaires have to US cannabis - and how one PA politician is trying to exploit it.@thecannabisprofessorchillfrogcbd.com
Ryan Horn went from broke and working 12 hour night shifts at a metal factory while sleeping on your aunt's couch to becoming an award-winning entrepreneur, peak performance coach, in demand speaker and top-rated podcast host. He is on a mission to help men grow their business and become the EXTRAORDINARY man they were created to be. Website: https://www.coachryanhorn.com/speaking Extraordinary Man Movement Podcast: https://extmanpodcast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ryan.horn.923/ To learn more about James, visit Professor of Perseverance. You may also contact him through email, James@professorofperseverance.com or call 615 – 336 – 2181
Marie Alessi works in the field of grief, her movement is "Loving Life after Loss". She teaches people how to work with their mindset and various tools to allow LOVE, laughter, and joy back in after adversity. Website: https://www.mariealessi.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarieAlessiPublicFigure Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marie-alessi/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvmG__TXI1qQWqEMnt6R43w To learn more about James, visit Professor of Perseverance. You may also contact him through email, James@professorofperseverance.com or call 615 – 336 – 2181
Dr. Bill Wall is one of the pioneers of liver transplantation, especially in Canada. We spoke to him on this episode about his training, the early days of transplantation and about his new children's book! Links: 1. Member of the Order of Canada: https://www.gg.ca/en/honours/recipients/146-9121 Bio (from https://www.gg.ca/en/honours/recipients/146-9121) William Wall is a dedicated and compassionate physician whose surgical and clinical proficiency have benefited many Canadians with end-stage organ disease. Professor of surgery at the University of Western Ontario, he established Canada's first liver transplant program at the London Health Sciences Centre, where he is director of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program. In this role, he has promoted excellence in research and patient care, as well as public awareness and support for organ donation. Widely respected by his peers, he served as president of the International Liver Transplantation Society.
From the United Kingdom we welcome back Dr. Bryce Dyer. Dyer is an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of Department and Engineering at Bournemouth University and a visiting Professor at the University of Bolton. He holds PhD's in High Performance Product Development and Sports Technology Ethics. Bryce written a number of great articles that appear at https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/author/bryce-dyer/ and today we are going to discuss declining performance as one ages, and what one can do to mitigate those effects. Welcome Back Bryce! Get in touch at email@example.com or @markflorence11 on twitter and instagram. Thanks for downloading the show!
Dionne Sanchez first two years of her life she couldn't hear or talk so when it comes mental health she understand a great deal of it. Website: https://www.podpage.com/words-of-heart/ Words Of Heart Podcast: https://www.podpage.com/words-of-heart/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Heartwarrior24/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dionne-sanchez-68822b1b5/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wordsofheartpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/heartwarrior24 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd-erO9gDawjp0GTwxQHwsg To learn more about James, visit Professor of Perseverance. You may also contact him through email, James@professorofperseverance.com or call 615 – 336 – 2181
From the west to the MENA!Through the "Pharmacy Education" podcast series, IVPN-Voice explores the evolution of pharmacy education through the lens of pioneers in the field around the world. With the second episode of this series, the host, Sirine Shoukair, meets up with Dr. Sharief Khalifa, BSc Pharm, PhD, Professor and Chancellor for Quality and Global Engagement, Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Gulf Medical University, to explore pharmacy education and practice in the MENA region, especially in the GCC, from its emergence to its current advancements.Dr. Sharief Khalifa is a widely recognized leader in leveraging pharmacy education and practice in a way that goes with today's needs, challenges and opportunities. Khalifa demonstrates the shifts that are emerging in the educational curriculum of BSc Pharm into a Doctor of Pharmacy Program in order to meet the needs of patient-centered care in real-world clinical practice and how this shift creates more jobs for the upcoming generations. Khalifa also emphasizes the immense impact of including pharmacy practitioners with academicians and scientists (PhD) to play their roles as pharmacy educators, bridging the gaps between knowledge and practice and representing a prime role model for pharmacy students. Moving to the clinical training floor with Dr. Sharif to highlight the key qualifications of preceptors in order to advance students' training journey and how different training sites reflect on communication skills of students in dealing well with varied environments.Get to know more about pharmacy educators in the Gulf region, where they are and where they are heading , with Dr. Khalifa and Dr. Shoukair. Enjoy the talk of pharmacy educators' leaders!
Recorded Saturday 7th of May. This week Jamal & Lachlan talk all about the crazy saga that was the 4.8 Update or the Upgrade Next Saga. We will talk about the update on this from Niantic in episode 19! Links & Things: Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/wayspotters/ Niantic Wayfarer Twitter: https://twitter.com/NianticWayfarer Our Website: http://wayspotters.com/ Support Us: https://www.patreon.com/PokemonProfessor Wayfarer Discord: https://discord.gg/niawayfarer Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/pokemonprofessorNetwork Vocal recording Copyright of Pokémon Professor 2022. Pokémon And All Respective Names are Trademark and © of Nintendo 1996-2022 Pokémon GO is Trademark and © of Niantic, Inc. Lured Up is not affiliated with Niantic Inc. or The Pokémon Company
If you see a police officer choking someone to death … is it morally permissible to shoot the police officer to save the person? Professor Jason Brennan from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, argues that yes, it would indeed be just and morally permissible. Press play to discover: Why people do not reason well when it comes to politics How the democratic system could be improved How politicians modify their behavior in order to mirror voters and win votes Offer: This episode is sponsored by Bowmar Nutrition. To receive a 5% discount, use the code GENIUS5 at checkout. Go to BowmarNutrition.com to shop now! Brennan focuses on issues that lie at the intersection of politics, philosophy, and economics, many of which are considered “taboo” by most. In today's show, he discusses a number of his views, including why democracy is a flawed system, why “politics makes most people stupid,” his take on Brexit, and the differences between how voting is currently done and how it should be done. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
If you ask most people how the universe began, they might say “the Big Bang” - but it's hard to be satisfied with that answer and to resist the temptation to ask “but what happened before that?” Well, that is precisely the question that Will Kinney, Professor in the Department of Physics at the University at Buffalo, strives to answer in his new book - 'An Infinity of Worlds: Cosmic Inflation and the Beginning of the Universe'. He joined Jonathan to discuss. Dr.Ruth Freeman from SFI & Dr. Lara Dungan also joined Jonathan to run through some of the week's biggest science stories for Newsround. Listen and subscribe to Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Dr Annie Janvier is a Professor of pediatrics and clinical ethics at University of Montreal. She is neonatologist and clinical ethicist at the Sainte-Justine University health center. She holds a PhD in Bioethics and co-directs the Masters and PhD programs in clinical ethics at University of Montreal. She works first hand with patients and families confronted with difficult decisions such as end-of-life issues, and decision-making in the face of uncertainty. She is also the parent of three children who had or have healthcare needs, one of which was born at 24 weeks.Her main research interests in bioethics are decision-making for fragile patients and family integrated care in Pediatrics. She investigates parental perspectives regarding intensive care decisions, death and disability and parent/patient/family important outcomes after an NICU stay.She has demonstrated many contrasts between provider and parental perspectives and examines how to improve our communication with families. She is author of many narratives, publications and books in clinical ethics and medicine. Patients and parents are collaborators in the majority of her clinical, research and teaching projects.Find out more about Annie and this episode at: www.nicupodcast.com______________________________________________________________________________________As always, feel free to send us questions, comments or suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the show through instagram or twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. enjoy!This podcast is proudly sponsored by Chiesi.
Alex Carter can help anyone negotiate better, and feel more confident doing it. Alex is a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School. Her first book, Ask for More: Ten Questions to Negotiate Anything, was published May 5th by Simon & Schuster and became an instant Wall Street Journal bestseller — the first negotiation book solo-authored by a woman to make that list. Alex lives in Maplewood, New Jersey, with her husband and daughter. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and practicing yoga._____The Better Questions Newsletter - https://www.behindthehuman.com/newsletterGet your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what's resonating with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props