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The Round Table: A Next Generation Politics Podcast
Wait, history isn't just names and dates?

The Round Table: A Next Generation Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 35:58


At this week's Round Table, Inica, Jack, Kenisha, and Madeline sat down with leaders of the National History Academy. President and co-founder Willam (Bill) Sellers noted that there are many STEM programs, business programs, and law programs over the summer, but not history programs. That's what inspired him to start the National History Academy: to give a voice to history and create academic opportunities for students to discuss our country's history. Guest Katie Smolar, a former teacher who is currently the director of educational programs for the National History Academy, underscored the need for entities like National History Academy to help students expand their historical and civic knowledge, since many textbooks have been outdated since SHE was in high school. Additional guests Ben Kellerhals & Dominique Castanheira, two past National History Academy scholars, shared how their love of history was nurtured by the National History Academy--and how they discovered the community they'd been looking for-- and are now pursuing college coursework in history. From case studies to field trips to debates, we discussed the challenges facing America. Throughout the episode, we discussed how we must rethink the way we teach history and civics and encourage thought, discussion, critical analysis, and interaction with others. History isn't just learning names and dates, it's also about putting yourself in historical situations and taking the diverse knowledge you learn from all kinds of different people to bring it back to your communities. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nextgenpolitics/message

The CUSP Show
245: Fan Acquisition and Women in Sports Tech w/ Alysse Soll

The CUSP Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 61:00


Joe and Tom are joined by Alysse Soll, a sports industry veteran, who is currently president of NewModel Advisory. Alysse tells the amazing story of how a decision to swap her figure skates for hockey skates while at Cornell University ultimately landed her a job in grassroots fan acquisition for the San Jose Sharks, followed by a decorated career in fan developement and marketing at the NHL. The group discusses how sports technology is transforming the sports marketing and fan engagement landscape and how it's just the beginning for what will become an increasingly impactful field across all aspects of business and on-field product. As board chair of Women in Sports Tech (WIST), Alysse also discusses her advocacy for the next generation of STEM-focused women in sports. || @WomenSportsTech ||  The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. Our presenters are Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Tom Cerny (@Tom_Cerny19), Taylor DeBernardo '21 (@TDeBernardo33), and Ben Walsh '21, with Cameron Morris '21 (@CameronM0rr1s) managing social media efforts.  

Running To Win on Oneplace.com
Your Family: Root, Stem, And Branches, Part 2 of 2 (Reclaiming The Family)

Running To Win on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:05


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29 We feel the impact of our fathers for our whole lifetime. King David let bad situations fester in his family until the poison burst out in civil strife. Let's learn from the mistakes of an otherwise great man, dealing with unresolved matters long before they explode.

AskPat 2.0: A Weekly Coaching Call on Online Business, Blogging, Marketing, and Lifestyle Design
How Can I Reinvigorate an Ecommerce Business That's Stalled?

AskPat 2.0: A Weekly Coaching Call on Online Business, Blogging, Marketing, and Lifestyle Design

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:44


#1191 Today we're speaking with Tracy Diane Jones, a geologist, author, and owner of the website Mini Me Geology. Not only does her business name have a nice ring to it, but Mini Me Geology is also a great resource for kids, teachers, and parents, to learn more about rocks. And Tracy does literally rock! She helps kids develop a love for geology through the kits, books, and activities available on her website. With the rise in interest in STEM education, Tracy's business was doing pretty well, but then some stuff happened in her personal life. She's been trying to get back on track, but she's finding that the old strategies for growing Mini Me Geology haven't been working so well lately. By the end of our conversation, you'll hear that Tracy pretty much knew what she had to do, but was a little scared or reluctant to embrace and take these necessary steps. So what are those steps? Make sure you listen all the way through to find out! Show notes and more at SmartPassiveIncome.com/ap1191.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition
Your Family: Root, Stem, And Branches Part 2

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:02


We feel the impact of our fathers for our whole lifetime. King David let bad situations fester in his family until the poison burst out in civil strife. Let’s learn from the mistakes of an otherwise great man, dealing with unresolved matters long before they explode.    Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)

2CGMH - 2 Chi Guys a Mile High
2CGMH – S5 Ep 1 –  Live 5: The Next Season is Right Now

2CGMH - 2 Chi Guys a Mile High

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 38:03


2CGMH – S5 Ep 1 –  Live 5: The Next Season is Right Now Al-Diga “The Architect”, P-Wil “Drip Chronicles”, and WB “Come Fly with Me” would like to thank all the listeners for continuing to tune in. This is the beginning of our 5th season of 2CGMH. We are pouring our good vibes into the cast and we know that this season will be special. In part 1 of 2 of episode 1 we talk about:    Personal thoughts and gratitude for having 30+ episodes and over 2k streams Giving yourself grace Persistence, living, and survival Investing in yourself Patience and reflection The power of self-belief Continuing to learn from your life events Tales of being a business owner   2 Chi Guys a Mile High (2CGMH) A podcast about personal growth, development, and prosperity from the perspective of 3 Black men in STEM trying to win. www.2cgmh.com IG: @2cgmh Twitter: @2cgmh #2CGMH Audio Mix and Edits by @MarcuCertified

Govcon Giants Podcast
108: Venus Quates: Highlighting the importance of technology, people, and work values

Govcon Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 63:30


We are bringing you an earth shattering govcon superstar in today's episode. Venus Quates if you've never heard the name is a servant leader, forward-thinker and proud veteran of the US Air Force. Her company LaunchTech where she serves as the CEO solves the presentation and launches the future of technology in the space, financial services, healthcare and public sectors. Her firm was ranked #66 on the 2021 Inc 5000 list with a 3 year growth rate of 5,682%. Venus, with over 20 years of domestic and international experience, has acquired a wealth of technical and business knowledge across a wide range of demanding roles and sectors. She has led several engineering, technology, and data-driven initiatives with major Fortune 100 and 500 companies, global banking giants, and leaders in the Intelligence and Defense industries.  Venus has traveled all over the world and educated the masses on technology innovation in business, diversity, and inclusion in STEM, the utilization of data science, and how implementing all can benefit community and economic growth.  What I love about this interview is how Venus was very specific in describing what her company does well. We discuss her sources for wisdom and inspiration, mentors and more. Which one of her previous jobs impacted her Govcon Journey the most and lessons learned. Stay tuned for what is sure to be a fan favorite episode for our next Giant, Venus Quates.

Running To Win on Oneplace.com
Your Family: Root, Stem, And Branches, Part 1 of 2 (Reclaiming The Family)

Running To Win on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 25:02


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29 How have you experienced the effects of a father's influencefor good or bad? Israel's King David was a great leader, a man after God's own heart. But he was a lousy father. The Bible provides an honest portrayal of David, including the great damage he caused by his failure as a dad.

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition
Your Family: Root, Stem, And Branches Part 1

Running to Win - 25 Minute Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 25:02


How have you experienced the effects of a father’s influence—for good or bad? Israel’s King David was a great leader, a “man after God’s own heart.” But he was a lousy father. The Bible provides an honest portrayal of David, including the great damage he caused by his failure as a dad.    Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 152 - Jessica Dane

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 74:24


This week we're talking to Jessica Dane on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. Jess talks about her role in the upcoming new era at Triple Eight as her father Roland prepares to step back and Jamie Whincup moves from the cockpit to the Team Principal role, and talks about her journey in motorsport so far, including her earliest motorsport memory, joining Triple Eight, her gap year outside motorsport, and her role with the FIA's Girls on Track program in growing interest in STEM subjects and industries with school girls by using motorsport as a tool. She also tackles your National Motor Racing Museum Couch Racer Questions and the V8 Sleuth Top 10 Shootout.V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.com.au

CU On The Air
RECCS pairs community college students with CIRES scientists

CU On The Air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:35


Participants research STEM as they prepare to transition to four-year institutions The Research Experience for Community College Students, or RECCS (pronounced Rex), is a paid summer research internship program at the University of Colorado Boulder open to all Colorado community college students. RECCS gives community college students an authentic research experience where they explore environmental or geosciences and … Continue reading RECCS pairs community college students with CIRES scientists →

PorscheCooled Podcast
PorscheCooled Owner Stories #53 - Paul 2015 Porsche Cayman

PorscheCooled Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 75:19


In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 53 of owner stories with Paul from the UK. Cars have been a part of Paul's life for ever. Since his mid-teens he has had his eye on Porsche. As a kid he drew a 993 engine and silhouette and sent it to a Dick Lovett - a well know Porsche dealer in the UK. Surprisingly he received a response as well as a stock of books for his passion. From that point onwards Paul was fascinated with Porsche, although it was still out of reach. Paul put his Porsche dreams aside ‘as one day' I will have a Porsche which most of us can relate to. Living in Cheltenham with an abundance of great driving roads this only fuelled Paul's passion, it's no wonder he has owned over 40 cars to date. From his first memorable car a mid-engine Mk1 Toyota MR2 sorted by Litchfield in the UK. A lot of drivers cars followed, including GTI's, Accord Type R, Lotus Elise and many others. Paul engineering background and being a ‘sucker for a special edition” has drawn him to very interesting cars. Today, Paul has come full circle with his first Porsche, a mid-engine well optioned 2015 Porsche 981 Cayman with manual transmission. Paul is also part of Reengineering where with his 2 partners will be leading a group of STEM grads through building a 550 Spyder (kit). This will be a modern interpretation of the '50's 550 with re-engineered parts and a carbon body built to a level that Paul would like to equal Singer. Not your average kit car. Welcome back to the Porsche Cooled Podcast. Follow Paul on Instagram @renngineeringuk Watch and Subscribe on YouTube Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.

Engineering Out Loud
Burning to learn, S11E3

Engineering Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 17:01


How do engineers fight wildfires? With fire. David Blunck, associate professor of mechanical engineering, is trying to better understand and predict the behavior of embers that spread blazes. To do this, he has to burn a few of his own.

Once Upon a Tech
Chapter Twenty-nine: We talk with Isabel about her love of books and computer science

Once Upon a Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 28:38


October 11 is International Day of the Girl and what better way to celebrate than to share our interview with Isabel Humphreys, a junior in high school, who loves books & computer science. She is helping bridge the gender gap in STEM by mentoring young women to help them see a place for themselves in STEM. Isabel started her journey into computer science in elementary school and a note for all you parents and educators out there, encouragement is key. In high school, she challenges herself to speak up & set a tone for inclusivity in her majority-male classes. Isabel is also one of the most passionate and accomplished readers Ms. Fitz has ever taught! Find resources here.

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin
La gara per i trasporti aerei dalla Sardegna: un favore a ITA? - STEM

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 27:26


Torna Andrea Giuricin con un gradito ospite, il professor Roberto Devoto dell'università di Cagliari per spiegare la situazione dei voli aerei e della gara della regione Sardegna che sembra voler favorire ITA

Diverse
Ep 153: Sponsored Podcast: Rebecca Haug - Booz Allen Hamilton

Diverse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 23:51


In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Rebecca Haug, a Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, leading technical delivery teams. Learn about how Haug found her place in STEM despite some challenges along the way, how she transitioned to become a working mother, and her work with mentoring women in engineering.

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers
148: How to Use More Spooky Fun Halloween Books in Your Makerspace Primary Classroom

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 9:37


148: OTT: How to Use More Spooky Fun Halloween Books in Your Makerspace Primary ClassroomLast week's episode shared 3 secret tactics for breathing new life into your science block. This really sparked my interest in fun Halloween stories that inspire science, STEM, and Makerspace. So today I want to share some more fun books to use for the month of October.Come take a listen as I share three more fun titles. Links Mentioned in the Show:

This Week in Radio Tech HD
TWiRT Ep. 565 - STEM & STEAM with Sean McMahon & Bill Bennett

This Week in Radio Tech HD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021


How did you get started in broadcast engineering? Through Amateur Radio? Building a Heathkit? Perhaps an electronics chapter in high school science? Let's turn the page to today's inspiration and learning opportunities. Sean McMahon is a Robotics Team Head Coach, while Bill Bennet is a "Recovering Broadcast Engineer". We're looking into STEM / STEAM programs where the next generation of media engineers will come from.

Shirtloads of Science
Dr Bloom and women in science (258)

Shirtloads of Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 26:07


October 15th is Ada Lovelace Day and celebrates women in science, tech, engineering, and math.  Ada was Lord Byron's daughter but most significantly she realised the potential of computers two centuries ago. Ada is now believed to be the first person to publish an algorithm. She is one of many women forgotten by science as Dr Jessica Bloom tells Dr Karl.  https:/drkarl.com  

STARPODLOGPODCAST
StarPodTrek Episode 11

STARPODLOGPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021


On this amazing episode of StarPodTrek, we consider the Star Trek and science content of Starlog magazine in issues 21 and 22 from 1979.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We will be attending and presenting a panel at Clarksville con on October 23rd in Clarksville, Tennessee: http://www.clarksvillecon.com/--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Music City Multi Con is October 29th-31st. We will be there! https://musiccitymulticon.com/-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Starbase Indy is the fan-run Star Trek convention held each year on Thanksgiving weekend. Its mission: to celebrate Star Trek's vision of the future by promoting humanitarianism and STEM education. https://www.starbaseindy.org/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------On this episode, Bob Turner & Kelly Casto discuss the Susan Sackett penned Trek Report, including the latest news about the widescreen Motion Picture. Stay tuned for their new podcast coming soon! https://m.facebook.com/UnofficialTrek/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Drew Maeurer reflects on Venus: The Cloudy Planet --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Keith Johnson, Alan Siler, Charles Kelso, and Veronica Dashiell discuss the Hugo Awards. Check out their awesome Earth Station Trek podcast on the ESO Network! https://esonetwork.com/category/earth-station-trek/--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bob Vosseller and Steven Lance consider the Trek Report, including what it was like to be an extra in the Motion Picture. Join us in STARFLEET International! https://sfi.org/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Also, how the Enterprise influenced the Battlestar Galactica bridge, the Dragon Con 2021 Trek Track report, the Lost in Space / Star Trek connection, and more! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Don't forget to join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/469912916856743 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Love Starlog magazine? Join the Facebook group: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Feel free to explore other great podcasts on the Holosuite Media Podcast Network! https://holosuitemedia.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Twitter and Instagram: @StarPodLog --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reddit: u/StarPodTrek --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Topics: Star Trek, Starlog Magazine, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Gene Rodenberry, Susan Sackett, David Gerrold, Hugo Awards, Battlestar: Galactica, Lost in Space--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Music used with permission Five Year Mission--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Publication date-Stardate 2021.10.09--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join our YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgE_kNBWqnvTPAQODKZA1Ug--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Listen to us at StarPodLog on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you listen to fine podcasts!------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)

Chicago Tonight
How Chicago Can Stem the Tide of Black Population Loss

Chicago Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021


Washington Post Live
Diana Trujillo talks about her work with NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab and her advocacy around STEM

Washington Post Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 27:06


Diana Trujillo joins The Post to discuss her work with NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, advocacy around STEM education and her journey immigrating to the United States from Colombia.

Habari za UN
08 OKTOBA 2021

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 21:04


Katika jarida la mada kwa kina hii leo Assumpta Massoi anakuletea -Waandishi wa habari Maria Ressa raia wa Ufilipino na Dimitry Muratov raia wa Urusi wameshinda tuzo ya amani ya Nobel mwaka huu 2021 -Mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa lile la mpango wa chakula duniani WFP, la elimu sayansi na utamaduni UNESCO na Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa Antonio Guterres wamewapongeza na kuwamwagia sifa washindi hao kwa mchango wao katika kusongeza njia ya amani -Masda yetu kwa kila leo inatupeleka NASA kwa Dkt. Alinda mashiku ambaye kwa kushirikiana na wenzie wawili wameanzisha wakfu wa kuchagiza wasicha kuingia katika masomo ya sayansi, teknolojia na hisabati STEM amezungumza kwa undani na Idhaa hii -Na kama ada ya ijumaa ni kujifunza Kiswahili leo tunabisha hodi Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa nchini Tanzania kwa mtaalam Onni Sigalla akifafanua maana ya methali "Zingwizingwi lipe nguo, ulione mashauo"

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin
Schizofrenia - STEM

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 91:38


A grande rischiesta, tornano le live di neuroscienze con Gerardo Favaretto e Giulio Anichini. Stasera discutiamo di un disturbo molto complesso, la schizofrenia. Cos'è, come si fa diagnosi, come si tratta. Collegatevi alle 21:30 italiane, aspettiamo le vostre domande!

Speak Your Way To Cash
129: Can You Charge Too Much [Reasons Why People Won't Buy & Reasons Why You Will Avoid Sell]

Speak Your Way To Cash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 32:01


In this solo episode Ashley speaks about pricing. Are your prices too high? Learn how the way Ashley's daughter learned how to go downstairs will help you grow your business!In this episode Ashley covers:•3 points to determine whether you are pricing to high or not.•What determines the possibility that your prices are high or not.•The role of positioning in your pricing strategy.•Common mistakes when selling high contracts.Attend Speak Your Way To Cash Live 2021: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!

GOING SOLO
Helping STEM Professionals Be Happy Featuring Gina Covarrubias

GOING SOLO

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 27:01


Gina Covarrubias is the founder of Deliberate Doing, an exclusive STEM coaching service dedicated to teaching engineers and other technical professionals how to defeat career despair. We discuss: Engineers are famous for figuring things out [02:45] How to get out of the corporate bubble [06:33] How college teaches you to be an employee [11:10] A great solution for STEM professionals who want more of their career [13:00] Leaving versus staying in the engineering world [15:09] The first step to making the external world as great as you want it to be [16:17] What rocks the STEM world [18:42] Happy people make happy employees [21:02] Her distinctive background blends life coaching expertise with 12+ years engineering/technology experience in the government, academic, and corporate environments, all within the aerospace sector. As an Engineering Life Coach, Gina's mission is simple: to help STEM professionals be happy. Learn more about Gina at https://deliberatedoing.com/ (https://deliberatedoing.com).

Inside Source
We're All Ears: Dr. Grace Sturdivant

Inside Source

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 42:41


After working in medical and research settings, audiologist Dr. Grace Sturdivant parlayed a passion for hearing health into OtoPro Technologies, a hearing conservation business that takes her all over the country as her clients' own “hearing concierge.” Inside Source asked Grace about her career in STEM, hearing loss as a facet of our overall health, and why she loves being underestimated.

Diverse
EP 152: Denise Countryman: Software Engineer Powerhouse

Diverse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 31:06


In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Denise Countryman, the Vice President of Technology at Home Depot. Listen as Countryman shares her software engineering roots, her 20+ years experience at Home Depot, how the company has embraced cutting-edge technology and the advice she has for women entering a STEM field.

EveryRay Living
Where does it Stem from?...get to the Root!

EveryRay Living

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 19:06


People walk around w/hurt, fear, self-doubt, passive/aggressive behavior etc...not realizing, something happened

講東講西
STEM教育(米哈、蘇奭、黃浩基博士、鄒秉恩校長)

講東講西

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 33:50


Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM
Gina Covarrubias - Life Coach, former Aerospace Engineer; BS Aerospace Engineering, MS Mechanical Engineering

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:27


Gina Covarrubias works with people in STEM who are looking for some guidance and direction in their career path. She uses her own life experiences as a young aerospace engineer who never found the right fit in engineering to help others who find themselves in similar situations. She pivoted from engineering into a life coaching program and launched her business Deliberate Doing in Fall of 2019.Episode NotesWith a Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Gina was expecting to find her dream job and career. Over the course of many types of jobs, she found herself feeling lost, disappointed, and frustrated. After taking a daring leap, she quit her profession and spent some time soul searching through introspection and self education. She stumbled upon life coaching not knowing anything about the field. It instantly resonated and Gina decided to pursue a life coaching program.In Fall 2019, she launched her coaching and speaking business for the STEM individual who is experiencing career disappointment, confusion or despair just like she used to. Gina uses a holistic life coaching program to help people understand how mentality affects their career. While a career coach typically helps a client find their next job, Gina helps a client find themselves.She shares the importance of creating internal fulfillment prior to seeking external fulfillment from a career. Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact Checkdeliberatedoing.comWhat is the difference between a therapist, psychologist, and psychiatrist? A therapist is a licensed counselor or psychologist who can use talk therapy to help you treat mental health symptoms and improve how you manage stress and relationships. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who can diagnose and prescribe medication to treat mental health disorders.The health coach I have been working with is Marie Anderson. Her website is: https://www.stronglifeco.com

STEM Southwest Podcast
075 STEM Education Disrupted, with Dr. Rebecca Woodbury (Keller)

STEM Southwest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 53:47


Today's guest, Dr. Rebecca Woodbury (Keller), is a scientist, chemist, educator, cyclist, and curriculum expert!  In this episode, she and Shelly have a great discussion on how to disrupt education and what needs to be done to provide a greater STEM experience for students.  Join them and consider what you can do to take action and help to infuse education with a love of learning! Show Notes Watch episode here For over 20 years. Dr. Rebecca Woodbury (Keller) has been exploring the ways students learn.  Starting out as a research scientist in the field of biophysical chemistry, she left academia to create quality educational support materials for students and educators.  In 2003, she founded Gravitas Publications Inc. and introduced the Real Science-4-Kids product line for home and classroom educators.  In 2020, Dr. Woodbury branched out to launch a new company, called Nachokat, to introduce the RATATAZ STEM program as a way to introduce fundamental science concepts in easy-to-use activity-based kits.  The RATATAZ program incorporates several different learning modalities to get kids back to asking their own questions and playing like real scientists.    Real Science-4-Kids (Gravitas Publications) Real Science-4-Kids (Amazon)   RATATAZ Sequence of Learning (RATATAZ) Products (RATATAZ)   Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)   Make Just One Change, by Dan Rothstein and Luz Santana The Talent Code, by Daniel Coyle   Be Greater Than Average Gift of Learning Be Greater Than Average Courses Be Greater Than Average Family Fun! Be Greater Than Average A Semester of STEM Activities E-Book Battling Bots League (Partnership between Be Greater Than Average and Electric Playhouse)   Contact: Dr. Rebecca Woodbury (Keller), Ph.D CEO, RATATAZ Science Kits Nachokat LLC rebecca@ratataz.com   RATATAZ 300 Menaul Drive NW, Suite 200 Albuquerque, NM 87107 (505) 207-8125 info@ratataz.com   Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube  

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Testing wastewater and other ways universities are trying to stem campus COVID outbreaks

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:34


Millions of students returned to campus this fall for the in-person college experience, as the delta variant continues to impact parts of the U.S. Some schools have strict mandates for vaccination, testing and masking. In other places, that's not an option. Hari Sreenivasan begins the latest in our "Rethinking College" series at two of America's flagship universities. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Scilence
Innervation: S2 Ep 16 If anything is worth doing, do it badly!

Scilence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 47:48


Michelle Bui is a gene editor.  She is passionate about reducing the spread of infectious diseases via mosquitoes.  Her work is badass and she is so chill, which she believes is down to living in San Diego, California.  I reckon being a Vietnamese-American woman in STEM has trained her to be confident and comfortable in her own skin, especially because she does not fit convention.  Be inspired by her vibe, to be the best version of yourself - that's what happened to me whilst hosting this episode!

Engineering Reimagined podcast
Microsoft and the next frontier in space

Engineering Reimagined podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:57


Infrastructure opportunities in outer space are endless. Join Lynn McDonald from Microsoft's Azure Space Team and Aurecon's Chief Operating Officer, Lousie Adams, as they talk about exciting business opportunities in the emerging space industry, the importance of diversity and inclusion for engineering and why mentoring is the most important influence when growing your career.  Find us online at aurecongroup.com/podcast or email us at engineeringreimagined@aurecongroup.com.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spawned Parenting Podcast with Kristen and Liz of CoolMomPicks
How to make STEM more accessible to girls, with aerospace engineer Keji Sojobi | Episode 253

Spawned Parenting Podcast with Kristen and Liz of CoolMomPicks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:32


It's a big Spawned milestone as we welcome our first ever aerospace engineer, Keji Sojobi, who chats about her work with the new Netflix show, Ada Twist, Scientist. She shares how she's working hard to make STEM more accessible to girls, particularly girls of color. And of course, we close out our show with our Cool Picks of the Week. You can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Let us know what you thought of the show!

Rebuild
318: Evergreen Todo List (naan)

Rebuild

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 141:41


Kazuho Okui さんをゲストに迎えて、近況、Safari 15, iPad, ファイルシステム、Astro, プロダクティビティ、カフェインなどについて話しました。 Show Notes Zocdoc Bad Blood: The Final Chapter Daring Fireball: The Tragedy of Safari 15 for Mac's ‘Tabs' iOS 15 iCloud Private Relay Vulnerability Identified iPadOS 15 ruined my iPad's homescreen Kids who grew up with search engines could change STEM education forever Amazon Astro Leaked Documents Show How Amazon's Astro Robot Tracks Everything You Do Kindle Paperwhite シグニチャー エディション Magic Keyboard with Touch ID for Mac models with Apple silicon Set up an Apple Watch for a family member Hundreds of Ways to Get S#!+ Done—and We Still Don't | WIRED Drawing the Calendar. Tips for mapping your life | by Craig Mod Productivity Tips: Forget About Being Productive. This Is Your Mind on Plants by Michael Pollan

Disability Matters
Innovation in Technology for People with Disabilities at Pitt

Disability Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 57:03


Joyce welcomes Dr. Rory Cooper, who early this year was appointed the University of Pittsburgh's (Pitt's) first-ever assistant vice chancellor for research for STEM-health sciences collaborations. Dr. Cooper is world-renowned for his inventions and patents when it comes to wheelchair technology. He will further discuss the work being done in this area at the University of Pittsburgh and share other ways that he has dedicated his life to improving the lives for people with disabilities through assistive devices and technologies.

Reading With Your Kids Podcast
Reading With Your Kids - Hello Star

Reading With Your Kids Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 28:34


Stefanie Lucianovic is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her stunningly beautiful #PictureBook Hello Star. The book, which is illustrated by Vashti Harrison, tells the story of a curious girl who learns that a bright light in the sky is coming from a dying star. She promises to keep it company until the light goes out. Every night the girl reassures her friend that she is still there. This touching tribute to stars, space, and science celebrates how a small act of compassion can flourish into a life full of meaning and wonder Click here to visit Stephanie's website - https://www.stephanielucianovic.com/ Click here to visit our website - www.readingwithyourkids.com

CASE xChange
Episode 46: Voices From the Field - A Conversation with Fiona Johnston

CASE xChange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 19:56


Our guest for this episode is Fiona Johnston, Principal of St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls in Perth, Western Australia and a member of the CASE Council for Asia-Pacific. Celebrating St Hilda's 125 years, Fiona shares how reflecting on the school's history during the process of developing their strategic plan St Hilda's Reimagined is ensuring graduates are well prepared for the workforce. Listen in to learn about St Hilda's targeted programmes that aim to inspire women in leadership, as well as how they went about securing philanthropic and corporate partnerships to support their Indigenous students and students interested in science, technology, and engineering.

Gals Chat by Engineering Gals
Ep45: Opportunities for High School Students Interested in a Career in STEM with Carol Gonzalez

Gals Chat by Engineering Gals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 37:53


Carol Gonzalez is a bright, energetic, and compassionate Mexican-American high school student with dreams to pursue a college career in the STEM field. When she was in middle school, Carol participated in the Zero Robotics challenge to help solve complex problems taking part at the International Space Station. Carol shared her experience in the Zero Gravity film and is here to tell us her story. *This episode is sponsored by Steel Chic Shoes who offer women's fashionable Steel Toe Shoes. Use promo code EngineeringGals to get Free shipping and a Free water bottle when you purchase a pair of shoes: https://shopsteelchic.com/pages/engineering-gals Connect with us on social media: Carol: - IG: _carol.gonzalez_ - email: carogonz050@gmail.com Amy Kaur: @amydeepkaur Lara Huyapaya: @larahuapaya Engineering Gals: @engineeringgals MUSIC by: Not The King - Faded - Royalty Free Vlog Music @coreygagn --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/engineeringgals/support

Speak Your Way To Cash
128: Winning The War In Your Mind - The First Thing You Need Before Pitching That Contract

Speak Your Way To Cash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 27:04


In this amazing solo episode Ashley covers:•How people react to different amounts of money and it's repercussion in their business.•Why people instantly divorce from success and how to avoid that.•The place that money should have in people's life.Attend Speak Your Way To Cash Live 2021: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers
147: OTT: 3 Secret Tactics for Breathing New Life into Science in October

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 20:21


147: OTT: 3 Secret Tactics for Breathing New Life into Science in OctoberSo it is that time of year again! Fall has officially begun. Even if that means you just have fall decorations in your house in Florida as I do. Yesterday, I even had a touch of winter come through the house. Actually, Kobe tore apart one of his toys and made the stuffing look like a layer of snow had covered the floor of my living room!I love to incorporate holidays and seasons into my lessons. I think this makes learning more meaningful and relevant for students.So, today we will talk about 3 secret tactics for breathing new life into science in October.3 Secret Tactics for Breathing New Life Into Science in OctoberSecret Tactic Number OneIncorporate Halloween or Fall Into Your Science TopicsThis first tactic is one of my favorite things to do. You look at your standards according to your pacing guide. (And if you are on my email list, you got my STEM unit pacing guide for several weeks in a row. So I hope you were able to grab that.) So if you are following that you may see that at this time of year we are focusing on Matter.Secret Tactic Number TwoAdd Hands-On Activities with MakerspaceI actually spoke all about this on the podcast in episode 96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary Classroom, which I will link to in the show notes.Makerspace and Halloween can go hand in hand with just the right literature to set the stage. Finding books that engage students and encourages students to think can be half the battle. The creation of solutions is the fun part!We want students to ask questions about the problem and about possible solutions, and we want students to use this inquiry-based learning to better understand how they can create a model of a solution. Another option is to take an already existing solution and revise and refine it.Working through engineering standards and literature standards helps teachers justify Makerspace for admins who are wondering if standards-based learning is occurring. This seriously drives me crazy. But if they need evidence we can give it to them!I talk through several really fun stories. You can hear more on episode 96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary Classroom.Finally, let's look at secret tactic #3.Secret Tactic Number ThreeIntroduce Fun Literature to Hook StudentsThis is another one of my favorites. I love to find Halloween books that can be used to hook students. I talk about several fun titles in Episode 96. So I won't get too involved here. You can find that anywhere you are listening to podcasts.I will also talk more about Halloween books to use in your classroom next week on the podcast. So stay tuned.I hope that gives you a jumping off point. Be sure to take a listen to episode 96 for full details on Halloween and Makerspace.Speaking of Makerspace my free Makerspace Masterclass Replay is available for viewingLinks Mentioned in the Show:96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary ClassroomFree Makerspace Masterclass Replay: Every Classroom Needs a Makerspace

Important, Not Important
The First Black Female Space Pilot

Important, Not Important

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 69:41


We're bringing back one of our all-time most popular conversations, and not just because it kicks ass. When this interview was recorded back in 2018, Dr. Sian Proctor was almost an astronaut. Now, in 2021, Dr. Proctor has just returned to Earth after becoming the first black, female pilot of a spacecraft. Let's reflect back on her incredible story and it will become clear how this amazing achievement came to be. In Episode 42, Quinn & Brian ask: What happens when you're almost an astronaut... and what comes next? Our guest is Dr. Sian Proctor, an explorer, scientist, full-time professor, STEM communicator, and almost an astronaut. Today she joins the show to tell us how we can all help get more women and more people of color into space, one way or another. If you didn't know – and we weren't sure – being a white, male military pilot isn't the only way to get to space! You can be exposed to radiation and get superpowers, become an (evil?) genius who starts their own electric car and space flight companies or become a college-educated engineer, biologist, physical scientist, computer scientist, or mathematician. So we're still out, but that's still a pretty wide range of qualifications. Dr. Proctor was so much fun to talk to and so inspirational, and this episode will serve as the booster shot you need to not give up on your dreams (even if your dream is to be the best anti-vaxxer out there because, like most vaccines, it's completely safe for you and your children). It's basically like watching The Greatest Showman over and over and over again, but it only takes about an hour, and with less singing. Have feedback or questions? http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (A Short History of Nearly Everything) by Bill Bryson Links: Want to be an astronaut too? Check out https://astronauts.nasa.gov/content/broch00.htm (astronauts.nasa.gov/content/broch00.htm) Scared of space but still want to be an astronaut? Check out http://www.analogastronaut.com/ (analogastronaut.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dr.Sian.Proctor/ (facebook.com/Dr.Sian.Proctor) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sian.proctor/?hl=en (@sian.proctor) Twitter: https://twitter.com/sianproctor (@sianproctor) Watch Dr. Proctor on Strange Evidence:https://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/strange-evidence/ ( sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/strange-evidence/) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast

Finding My Fit
Gender Discrimination and Inclusivity, and Speaking Up as a Woman in the Workplace with Poonam Rahman

Finding My Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 17:27


I am joined by Poonam Rahman, founder and CEO of two non-profit organisations, including Virtue Mental that helps to bring about a more inclusive society. We spoke about how gender discrimination affects women in the workplace, particularly in the STEM industry, and how they learn to speak up and get their voices heard. Please check out Poonam's website https://www.virtuemental.org/ and her Instagram @thepoonamrahman Please support the podcast by subscribing, and leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Check out my website https://finding-my-fit.com. Connect with me on instagram @athinacrilley or @findingmyfitpodcast For my digital planners and journals, head over to my Etsy shop FindingMyFitStore https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/FindingMyFitStore

Adaptivity
This is Me: Race and Identity in Adolescence

Adaptivity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 49:06


We talk with Harvard physics major Jara Wilensky, high school math star Noor Harwell, and Dr. Joanna Lee Williams about being Black women in science and how we form our identities in our adolescent years.