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Latest podcast episodes about Suzana

Latinos Out Loud
Suzana Kaplan and Diahann Smith: Revisited

Latinos Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 49:50


LOL'ers! Here's another one of our favorite episodes of last year christmas! Suzana Kaplan and Diahann Smith: On this episode of Latinos Out Loud the crew packs in two interviews!  The first is with Literary Manager of The Braid Theatre, Suzana Kaplan, who shares info on “True Colors”—a production where the cast shares their humorous and inspiring stories as Jews of Color. Check them out at www.the-braid.orgThe second interview we get a delicious Coquito recipe just in time for the holiday season from  food expert and tv correspondent, Diahann Smith.

Viata Crestina - Sinaxar
Sinaxar 15 Decembrie 2022

Viata Crestina - Sinaxar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


Joi, Decembrie 15 - + Sf. Sfintit Mc. Elefterie; Sf. Mc. Anita si Suzana; Cuv. Pavel din Latro

Ubod Kulture
Naši boemi, tragedije ruskih umetnika, pesnikinje - Suzana Rudić i Nikola Đurđevac- Ubod kulture 084

Ubod Kulture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 60:30


Podržite nas preko Patreona i PayPala: Patreon - http://patreon.com/radioaktivni_komarac PayPal - http://paypal.me/radioaktivnikomarac Poslovni žiro račun : 265-6630310000410-75 Radioaktivni Komarac Beograd Gosti u 84. epizodi podkasta Ubod kulture su pesnikinja i vajarka Suzana Rudić i pesnik Nikola Đurđevac. Suzana je više pričala o ruskim i našim pesnikinjama, a Nikola o šmekerima i boemima grada Beograda. Suzana, rođena u Rumi, dolazi iz Novog Sada i ima tri zbirke iza sebe, Nikola je iz Beograda i napisao je dve zbirke do sada. Pročitali su i neke svoje pesme, a spomenuli smo i druge mlade pesnikinje i pesnike. Suzana je spomenula i svoje neke vizionarske moći i šta je sve predvidela u pesmama, dok je Nikola pričao o mestima gde su se nekada skupljali naši boemi. Voditelj - Bojan Uzelac (Radioaktivni Komarac) Animacija - Vojin Ubiparip (Duna Solution) https://www.dunasolution.com/ Muzika - Nedeljko Stojković (Mono Putnik) https://cutt.ly/TbH3kor Ton, kamera, montaža- Milica Cvetković

ISSO É BAHIA (ENTREVISTAS)
ENTREVISTA SUZANA VARJÃO (ISSO É BAHIA)

ISSO É BAHIA (ENTREVISTAS)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 13:41


Nesta edição do Isso é Bahia Entrevistas, temos o prazer de receber Suzava Varjão, jornalista e escritora. Transmitido ao vivo no dia 17/11/2022.

Dr. Laura Call of the Day
Why Am I So Weak?

Dr. Laura Call of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 10:19


Suzana wants Dr. Laura's help to change so that her husband and father no longer dominate her.Email questions or comments: drlaura@drlaura.com Participate on the radio program: call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Follow on social media:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Svetovalnica
Suzana Javeršek o metodi postavitve družine

Svetovalnica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 29:26


Book Club de Brasileiras pelo Mundo
Entrevista com supervisionanda de Laura Gutman - Susana Vieira (episódio bônus)

Book Club de Brasileiras pelo Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 70:40


Neste episódio fazemos as perguntas do grupo para Susana Videira, uma terapeuta de biografia humana que fez sua formação e hoje é supervisionada pela autora do livro que lemos juntas nesta edição do Book Club, a Laura Gutman. Fizemos todas as perguntas elaboradas pelas participantes do grupo e tivemos uma ótima conversa com Suzana. Muito obrigada a todxs que nos acompanharam nesta jornada. Espero que este episódio te nutra e enriqueça. Abs, Nathi e Dorothy Acesse o site da Casa de Atena e saiba sobre os próximos eventos: https://www.casadeatena.com/ Adquira o livro "O poder do discurso materno" de Laura Gutman aqui: https://amzn.to/3fhF0FH _______________________________________________________________________ Créditos: Abertura e encerramento "Vivo na Maré" por Dom La Nena, gravado ao vivo em This Is The Modern World With Trouble (https://wfmu.org/playlists/LM) em 02-04-2015. Vírgula "Awakenings" por Ketsa / Album: Above and Bellow (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ketsa/Above_and_Below/Awakenings_1766) em 31-08-2019

Malinca Lifestyle
32. Suzana Veselič Priselac - Montessori vzgoja

Malinca Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 22:25


Suzana Veselič Priselac je sicer magistrica poslovnih ved, ki pa se je z rojstvom svojih dvojčkov Eve in Žana podala na pot posebne vrste pedagogike. Pridobila je namreč diplomo Montessori pedagoga na Montessori inštitutu v Ljubljani, saj je od vzgoje želela nekaj več. Danes vodi varstvo otrok Montessori Ajda, kjer ponuja celotni pristop in podporo pri razvoju otrok. Montessori vzgojo dopolnjuje tudi z znanji kineziologije, integracije refleksov in z ritmičnim gibanjem. Če imaš vprašanja, mi lahko vedno pišeš na nastja@malinca.si. Spremljaš pa me lahko tudi na Instagramu @malincanastja.

The Prosperity Practice
116. Competition Against Women

The Prosperity Practice

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 43:10


Today, I'm joined by two amazing women and fellow mindset coaches from Procter Gallagher Institute, Makini and Suzana.Aside from being mindset coaches, Makini is a podcast host and a five-time best-selling author and Suzana is the founder of your2minds and two-time best-selling author of the your2minds book.Tune in as we talk about competition and how women are leading a new paradigm. We're touching on the abundance mindset and the power of attraction. If you want to learn more, you don't want to miss this episode! Follow Makini here:Website: https://www.legacyleavers.ca/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makini.smith/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealmakinismith/Twitter: https://twitter.com/MakiniSmithYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MakiniSmithLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/makini-smith/Author's Page:  https://www.amazon.com/Makini-Smith/e/B01C37R6S6?ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vu00_taft_p1_i0Follow Suzana here:Website: www.your2minds.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/suzana_mihajlovic/Want to start working with Danielle? Book a complimentary strategy call with Team Empress https://danielleamos.as.me/strategycall-teamJoin us in Mastering Your Mindset if you want to be surrounded by amazing people and get your hands on some fantastic resources.   https://www.facebook.com/groups/MasteringYourMindsetwithDanielleIf you love this episode please share with me on Instagram @_danielle_amos_and I'd be so grateful if you could leave me a 5-star review on iTunes!

Portugal em Direto
Suzana Tavares: Hensinquia, Finlandia

Portugal em Direto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 28:47


A Suzana Tavares juntou o amor à vontade de emigrar e aos 48 anos mudou-se para a Finlandia. Já lá vão quase 5 anos de um processo de transformação.

Portugueses no Mundo
Suzana Tavares: Hensinquia, Finlandia

Portugueses no Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 28:47


A Suzana Tavares juntou o amor à vontade de emigrar e aos 48 anos mudou-se para a Finlandia. Já lá vão quase 5 anos de um processo de transformação.

Modern Poetry in Translation
Ervina Halili, ‘The March of the Earth' Translated by Suzana Vuljevic from Albanian

Modern Poetry in Translation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 1:33


Ervina Halili, ‘The March of the Earth' Translated by Suzana Vuljevic from Albanian by Modern Poetry in Translation Magazine

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Break From The Norm: Part 3

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 25:08


This week Alison is joined again by Huma and Suzana to discuss breaking from normal routines. What are the highs and lows of summer breaks like in your house? Do you stick to your routine? Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism Moms Podcast, season 2, episode 2: Part 3 – Break From The Norm 00:30 – Alison kicks off the episode 01:00 – When your kids are on break and free from the structure of school they have time feel more free to explore how they feel. 01:20 – Kids can go into overthinking mode 02:00 – Parents have to be aware when this happens and decide if its appropriate to delve into an emotional awareness discussion with them 03:00 – Susana talks about meditation 04:40 – When you're back in your home from a long time away and you're trying to re-centre yourself and your family – what techniques do you use? 05:20 – Suzana discusses how she tries to practice mindfulness 07:00 – It's so important that while you are making sure the family is ready for the break, the family is having a good break and then getting the family ready to get back to routine, its important that you find time to energize yourself too. 08:00 – It's important to make time for self care, and figure out what that means for you and making it a priority in your day and accepting that its not a selfish decision, its necessary. Top Tips Let the kids be and explore their own thoughts. It's ok to lie on the sofa and watch Harry Potter. Keep your break flexible. Routines are good but not essential. --- To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today. If you had our previous paid app installed on your phone, please delete that before downloading the new FREE version.   About Learn Autism As the leading digital Autism resource led by Dr. Stephen Shore, author of Autism for Dummies, who himself is on the Autism spectrum, and our team of OT's (occupational therapists), SLP's (speech language pathologists), behavioral therapists, play therapists, sensory experts, educators, Autism parents and advocates, we are committed to providing diverse perspectives on the common issues that Autism parents, caregivers and educators may encounter.  Learn Autism answers your questions through quick, on-demand video tutorials and downloadable workbooks that can be accessed on any device, when it's convenient to you. Watch our videos and get a deeper understanding of Autism with our multi-language subtitle options. We provide all of this and more at no cost…this resource is absolutely FREE!   Connect with us: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3yU49Np Twitter: https://bit.ly/3gluYDA Facebook: https://bit.ly/3s5Oerv LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3yWaOXn Online:  www.LearnAutism.com      

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Break From The Norm: Part 2

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 25:08


This week Alison is joined again by Huma and Suzana to discuss breaking from normal routines. What are the highs and lows of summer breaks like in your house? Do you stick to your routine?   Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism Moms Podcast, season 2, episode 2: Part 2 – Break From The Norm 00:30 – Alison kicks off the episode 02:20 – Managing your child with Autism and their break from routine and your other children 05:30 – Suzana: Focusing short trips on the kids and their likes and needs 09:10 – Suzana: Some kids like to stay at home in routines and left to do their own thing on their own time 09:50 – Not traveling out of Doha in the summer, how was that Huma? What have you seen in your kids that's different about your kids? What were the highs and lows? 11:42 – Huma: I've put in my "time" and it's ok for me to sit back and enjoy doing nothing! 14:44 – Huma: It's ok for me to also step back and take a break! For the first time in my life I'm saying "I'm Tired!" I own it and I give myself permission to do that. 16:34 – It's a normal human behavior to snap sometimes! 16:12 – Autism moms are under pressure to get stuff done. And it's not just the "normal" stuff, it's the heavy stuff. It's another layer on top of the "normal" stuff.  You feel the pressure of the time-frame. 16:40 – With the experience, you have the "luxury" of remembering that you're human and they're human and that we're not perfect. You do your best. And when you're tired and you need to rest and not "do" but just "be", you pull a Huma and say "I'm Tired!" And then you can get your energy back up to start again. 18:24 – Huma asking her own mother: Mom, were we this difficult? Oh Huma, I think about you and am in awe of all that you do. Huma: That was still really nice to hear. 19:10 – Suzana: I think it's always nice to be validated but I think you'll always notice things nobody else does, you're always analyzing and on alert, it's hard to take on sometimes. 21:00 –We don't always celebrate the accomplishments of our kids, we are happy but we are always thinking about the next thing, what's next?  I need to learn about the next thing very quickly because I don't want to mess things up! 22:10 – Sometimes too much talking is exhausting!   Tune in next week for part 3!   --- To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:

New Books in Environmental Studies
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books Network
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Latin American Studies
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

New Books in Economic and Business History
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Politics
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in American Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Law
Suzana Sawyer, "The Small Matter of Suing Chevron" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:11


In 2011, an Ecuadorian court issued the world's largest environmental contamination liability: a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron. Within years, a US federal court and an international tribunal determined that the Ecuadorian judgment had been procured through fraud and was unenforceable. In The Small Matter of Suing Chevron (Duke University Press, 2022) Dr. Suzana Sawyer delves into this legal trilogy to explore how distinct legal truths were relationally composed of, with, and through crude oil. In Sawyer's analysis, chemistry proves crucial. Analytically, it affords a grammar for appreciating how molecular, technical, and legal agencies catalyzed distinct jurisdictional renderings. Empirically, the chemistry of hydrocarbons (its complexity, unfathomability, and misattribution) significantly shaped competing judicial determinations. Ultimately, chemical, scientific, contractual, and litigating techniques precipitated this legal saga's metamorphic transformation, transmuting a contamination claim into an environmental liability, then a racketeering scheme, and then a breach of treaty. Holding the paradoxes of complicity in suspension, Dr. Sawyer deftly demonstrates how crude matters, technoscience, and liberal legality configure how risk and reward, deprivation and disavowal, suffering and surfeit become legally and unevenly distributed. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

Não Inviabilize
DEUSDETE

Não Inviabilize

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 12:28


Picolé De Limão é um quadro do canal Não Inviabilize. Aqui você ouve as suas histórias misturadas às minhas! Use a hashtag #Deusdete e comente a história no nosso grupo do telegram: https://t.me/naoinviabilize Episódio SUZANA: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7oQpRXbT089qJ03adyGUak?si=-RDJgwEDTn2_j2OiHkywYQ Envie a sua história bem detalhada para naoinviabilize@gmail.com, seu anonimato será mantido, todos os nomes, profissões e locais são trocados para preservar a sua identidade. Site: naoinviabilize.com.br Transcrição dos episódios: naoinviabilize.com/episodios Assine e fortaleça o meu trabalho: apoia.se/naoinviabilize Histórias em Libras no Youtube: youtube.com/naoinviabilize Instagram: instagram.com/naoinviabilize TikTok: tiktok.com/@naoinviabilize Twitter: twitter.com/naoinviabilize Facebook: facebook.com/naoinviabilize

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Break From The Norm

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 22:31


This week Alison is joined by Huma and Suzana to discuss breaking from normal routines. What was your initial anticipation of summer break? How long do breaks last for parents? Do you keep up with what others are doing during breaks?   Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, season 2, episode 2 – Break from the norm 00:30 – Alison kicks off the episode 02:30 – How does a break effect you as moms parenting kids on the Autism spectrum? 07:30 – Being expats, we don't get to experience traveling to other countries as much because we always want to go to our home country to visit. 10:30 – We try to busy our kids because we feel like we should, not because there is a need. How did you get to a point where you were aware of recognizing that you don't need to be busy to be busy's sake. 18:06 – If we leave them to take a break from routine and school, they grow!  We don't normally put them in different situations during our normal routines. Tune in next week for part 2!   --- To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Back to School Transitions

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:50


Summary This week Alison is joined by Huma and Suzana to talk about preparing for the new school year:  How can you manage the transition back to school? How to help children adapt to new routines? And how to encourage positive relationships between school and parents. Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 2 episode 1 – Back to School Transitions 01:00 – Heading back into a new school year after the long summer break can be a turbulent time. A double-edged sword of relief of having someone else look after the kids for several hours a day alongside anxiety over what to expect. Getting ready to deal with whatever shit will inevitably fly our way! 02:10 – What can we do to prepare, if anything? Are you a planner or a fly by the seat of the pants type parent? 02:20 – Suzana – Most definitely a planner! 3 Key things I did before school started, Firstly I came back with a week to spare before the first day so was able to slowly get bedtime back to a early enough time to allow him to wake up early for school. I was mindful of his need now in secondary to have a proper place to do homework each day. I set up a workstation with everything he would need on hand. I made a schedule in my head for after school, making sure he has enough time to relax and chose his own thing to do before sitting down at his workstation to do homework for an hour. We've been doing it consistently so he just knows now its part of life and it has to get done. 07:20 – Is this the first time you've put a schedule in place like this?             It's the first time we've stuck to it consistently, as the weeks have gone on its become easier. 08:50 – Huma, you've been home all summer, looking for a new school for Haider (which will be a topic for another episode!) How have you prepared? Oh I am definitely a seat of the pants kind of parent! Every year I say I will plan everything but when it comes to it, it is a last minute rush. As long as I have the basics, as long as I have a child with a school bag and a reasonable uniform we are good. We can figure the rest out as we go. The kids always have the worries about new class, new teacher, new work etc there's lots of changes. 11:40 – One thing with International Schools is that not only do the kids get a new teacher each year but the classes are all mixed up each year so there may only be a couple of familiar faces. 12:30 – All the change can be quite overwhelming and exhausting, lots of early nights needed.  I'm not tired its just my eyes are tired! 19:00 – So how did the first few weeks go for you? Suzana – Most of the anxiety actually falls on me, not my child. We are just anticipating issues based on what has gone before. Hope for the best but plan for the worst! 20:00 Huma – Younger two remained in same environment so mostly they stayed the same. Haider had to change school and actually he coped and settled far quicker that I anticipated. He exceeded all expectations. He was taken to school to acclimatize somewhat so he knew what to expect. Top Tip for Transition Sleep plan, start the year as you mean to go on. Control is an illusion! If you don't let go of the kite you wont know if it will fly! --- To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:

Love Talk Live with Jaime Bronstein

In this episode of "Love Talk Live," I interviewed @bachelordata's Suzana Summers. Topics that we discussed are as follows: - Tino and Rachel's relationship demise- what really went wrong? - Gabby and Erich's sweet engagement - The controversy surrounding Erich's past - Data regarding Instagram followers increases and decreases depending on what happened on the show - Will Aven and Rachel end up together? - Data on how much someone was shown kissing correlated with their success or lack of success on the show - Data on dress color for the engagement day versus past seasons

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts
ATACAMA BLUES #48 - DAVID OWEN - OH SUZANA BLUES

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:51


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

The Bachelor Degree
Special Guest Suzana Somers a.k.a Bachelor Data: It's A Numbers Game

The Bachelor Degree

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 62:31


Welcome back to another episode of The Bachelor Degree with Jill and George! This week we are recapping Hometowns for Gabby and Rachel's season of The Bachelorette with special guest, Suzana Somers, better known as Bachelor Data. We discuss how analytics and data play a role in this franchise, the difference between Excel and Google Sheets, and of course Tino's skeptical father. We are so grateful for her taking the time to talk with us. Make sure to do your homework by giving this episode a listen and follow us on Instagram for all the podcast updates @thebachelordegreepodcast.

Action's Antidotes
Energizing The Spirit of Entrepreneurship in Local Communities Worldwide with Susana González

Action's Antidotes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:43


Like any other city, Denver also boasts a thriving entrepreneurial spirit. As a matter of fact, we celebrate it annually during Denver Startup Week. This one-week celebration shines light on local economies across the world and the inherent role that remittances play in boosting local innovation and entrepreneurship globally. It's a great way to meet like-minded individuals who share the same business interests and passion as you. Speaking of which, our guest Susana González is here in The Commons on Champa. The Commons runs on shared ownership. This incredible community continues to give expertise, time, funding, and volunteerism to build and support Denver's entrepreneurial circle. Suzana is spending her time getting involved and continuing her quest to bring Denver's rich entrepreneurial community to her hometown back in Venezuela. Let's hear from her in today's episode.   --- Listen to the podcast here: Energizing The Spirit of Entrepreneurship in Local Communities Worldwide with Susana González Welcome to Action's Antidotes, your antidote to the mindset that keeps you settling for less. In a recent episode, we talked with Jodi Fischer of the Adelante Foundation about the entrepreneurial spirit in Honduras. The entrepreneurial spirit can be found in a lot of different cities. Blessed to live in Denver where we have a really strong entrepreneurial spirit. My guest today, Susana González, is here in Denver at The Commons on Champa, which is Denver's entrepreneurial hub and a place that anyone with that spirit can come drop in and work and talk with other like-minded individuals. Susana is here to talk about her quest to bring the entrepreneurial spirit to her town in Venezuela, where there's a lot of interest in starting businesses.   --- Susana, welcome to the program.   Thank you very much for having me. It's a pleasure to be talking here with you and getting to know the Denver side scenes and the community that I think is very lovely and I like it very much.   Yeah, I love our community here too. I've said before in other episodes, one of my favorite weeks here is our Startup Week, which is in the fall every year and we have tons of people and it's the place where you see people that are doing stuff about their problems as opposed to people that are just complaining, which there's plenty of that elsewhere in the world.   I think this is the first time I hear somebody saying that entrepreneurs are those who do instead of complain and I love it.    Yeah, for sure.    I think you have said something mind blowing to me. That's the spirit.   Now, Susana, you notice this spirit in your hometown. Explain the observations that led you to the path that you're on right now.   Well, the thing about Venezuela is that we are culturally in this type of mindset that we like to do things, like if there's something wrong in the office, we will clean it, we will fix it, we will just do it, it doesn't matter that it's not our job to do it but it's the mindset that people take responsibility of things that are happening around. And then we have this strange political situation, economical decline, and people decided that they needed to do things to fix the reality and I think those two things together created this very entrepreneurial mindset, where everybody wants to start a business, everybody has an idea, because everybody needs money, and seems attractive enough.   So you're observing, and I think most people listening are probably familiar with what the situation in Venezuela is like, this spirit of people, the average Venezuelan, as you're observing, is someone that's saying, “Okay, we're in this tough situation, we had all this stuff happen over the past couple decades, now, I wanna do something about it. Now, I wanna help build everything back, I wanna build something that's gonna make what I see around me better.” Is that accurate?   It is kind of in a way.

Pardes from Jerusalem
Parashat Ekev: Yearning for a Challenge

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 20:00


This podcast is sponsored by Suzana and Alan Caro in memory of Avi West z”l. A brilliant educator and master teacher, Avi touched the lives of thousands of Jews in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. His breadth of knowledge spanned … Read the rest The post Parashat Ekev: Yearning for a Challenge first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Parashat Ekev: Yearning for a Challenge at Elmad Online Learning.

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Biggest Back To School Fears

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 26:29


This week Alison is joined by Hasna, Huma and Suzana to discuss their biggest back to school fears. How do we manage our anxiety about the upcoming school year? How to have a line of open communication with your child's school and teachers? and much more!   Topics Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 1 episode 19 – Biggest Back To School Fears. 00:30 – Alison kicks off the episode 02:00 – Suzana, what gives you the most anxiety personally about your son going back to school? 03:59 – Hasna, what gives you anxiety? Is this educational or social? 05:13 – Maybe you don't like the way you finished the school year 05:36 – this anxiety never goes away, it's just heightened in the run up to the school year 05:51 – you're exhausted before the school year even starts 06:00 – To handle anxiety, Suzana likes to have meetings at end and beginning of year 06:48 – Huma's hands are sweating just at the topic of the conversation 06:50 – Huma, how do you handle the back to school stress? 08:00 – Suzana: Summer vacation alone stresses me out! 09:26 – How do you go into meetings with the school/teachers calmly and prepared? 11:05 – Hasna: we as mothers are so traumatized from this process, it always triggers really negative feelings 12:28 – Why is the school not passing on the file to the next team? Where is the communication happening? 13:20 – This trickles down to our children—that feeling of not belonging—there's no validation for their struggle 14:07 – Huma, I was very docile with my previous school. I had no expectations. My son was made to feel like he was a bad boy because the system failed him. 15:46 – How messed up is it that you can't stand up and advocate for your child for fear of him getting kicked out of school! 18:40 – We are absolutely being let down by the system. Our kids in the present system are not the “preferred” children. 19:52 – Who gives anyone the right to not give our kids a voice? Why aren't any schools helping kids find their voice. 20:36 – After 5 years Huma was told her child cannot return to the school. 23:13 – Top Tips Handling your biggest Back To School Fears   Summary This week Alison is joined by Hasna and Suzana to talk with Huma who is currently going through a particularly bad break-up with her son's school. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence that a lot of parents will experience   Topics Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 1 episode 19 – Biggest Back To School Fears. 00:30 – Alison kick's off the episode 02:00 – Suzana, what gives you the most anxiety personally about your son going back to school? 03:59 – Hasna, what gives you anxiety? Is this educational or social? 05:13 – Maybe you don't like the way you finished the school year 05:36 – this anxiety never goes away, it's just heightened in the run up to the school year 05:51 – you're exhausted before the school year even starts 06:00 – To handle anxiety, Suzana likes to have meetings at end and beginning of year 06:48 – Huma's hands are sweating just at the topic of the conversation 06:50 – Huma, how do you handle the back to school stress? 08:00 – Suzana: Summer vacation alone stresses me out! 09:26 – How do you go into meetings with the school/teachers calmly and prepared? 11:05 – Hasna: we as mothers are so traumatized from this process, it always triggers really negative feelings 12:28 – Why is the school not passing on the file to the next team? Where is the communication happening? 13:20 – This trickles down to our children—that feeling of not belonging—there's no validation for their struggle 14:07 – Huma, I was very docile with my previous school. I had no expectations. My son was made to feel like he was a bad boy because the system failed him. 15:46 – How messed up is it that you can't stand up and advocate for your child for fear of him getting kicked out of school! 18:40 – We are absolutely being let down by the system. Our kids in the present system are not the “preferred” children. 19:52 – Who gives anyone the right to not give our kids a voice? Why aren't any schools helping kids find their voice. 20:36 – After 5 years Huma was told her child cannot return to the school. 23:13 – Top Tips for handling your biggest Back To School Fears     --- To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:

Morgan's Pop Talks
A Special Deep Dive with Bachelor Data, Plus a Check in on Keith

Morgan's Pop Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:12


Morgan is changing up the deep dive this week and has Suzana of Bachelor Data on IG on the show! Pop 3:3:38 - One of these Bachelor engagements is not like the other7:58 - Taylor Armstrong going to RHOC9:36 - Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz argument caught on video?12:38 - It's time for this week's deep dive with Suzana of Bachelor Data!31:18 - Wellness check on KeithPlease follow, rate and review the podcast!Follow Morgan on social @morganptalksA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Primeiro Tratamento
Primeiro Tratamento – Suzana Pires – # 223

Primeiro Tratamento

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022


Suzana é roteirista e atriz. Muito conhecida nas telas, Suzana se interessou por roteiro como forma de estudo e mergulhou na profissão, roteirista de Os Caras de Pau, das novelas Flor do Caribe e Sol Nascente, do longa De Perto Ela Não é Normal e muito mais, Suzana falou sobre suas experiências, estudos na área, … Continue lendo "Primeiro Tratamento – Suzana Pires – # 223"

Podcast Papagaio Falante | Sérgio Mallandro & Luiz França
Suzana Pires - Papagaio Falante #124

Podcast Papagaio Falante | Sérgio Mallandro & Luiz França

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 181:57


Podcast Papagaio Falante é um bate papo com o Sérgio Mallandro e Renato Rabello. Toda terça-feira e quinta-feira. Geralmente as 20h! Sérgio Mallandro: @serginhomallandro Renato Rabello: @ren.atorabelo

Reality Steve Podcast
Ep 295 - Interview with Suzana Somers, Creator of @BachelorData on IG

Reality Steve Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 85:53


(SPOILERS) I begin by briefly going over the Daily Roundup podcast.  Then Suzana joins me (9:15) to talk about all the content she's put out already this season of the “Bachelorette.”  We discuss ratings, IG vs TikTok, First Impression roses, relationship success, hugging, misinformation, and much, much more.  Twitter - @BachelorDataInstagram - @bachelordataAds:Dame Products - Promo Code: RealitySteve for 15% off your first orderTrivia Star - Download “Trivia Star” app in the Apple or Google StoreOrganifi - Promo Code: RealitySteve for 20% off your next orderMusic written by Jimmer Podrasky (B'Jingo Songs/Machia Music/Bug Music BMI) 

2 Girls 1 Podcast
Making Spreadsheets Fun With @BachelorData [ENCORE]

2 Girls 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 79:40


We're off this week, but sharing another one of our favorite episodes about turning fandom into something amazing on the Internet. -Original Show Notes // December 6, 2021 - The only thing bigger than "Bachelor Nation" is "Bachelor Instagram." That's usually where the contestants, stars, villains, and conversations around the Bachelor and Bachelorette franchises go during each season. But educator Suzana Somers had a fresh idea. When she had to start learning Excel for her job, she got bored crunching pivot tables, so she inserted data from The Bachelor instead: How much screen time did each contestant get? Age ranges? Race and ethnic backgrounds? Roses awarded? Instagram followers? The results, which she visualized on Instagram, have been intriguing thousands of fans ever since. @BachelorData has become a big voice in the reality show conversation, and Suzana has turned it into an educational resource for those who want to improve their spreadsheets skills in a non-boring way. Alli and Lindsey chat with Suzana about the origin of the account, the online Bachelor community, and the fascinating conclusions she's drawn from analyzing the franchise over many seasons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
That's Not Inclusion

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:23


Summary This week Alison is joined by Hasna and Suzana to talk with Huma who is currently going through a particularly bad break-up with her son's school. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence that a lot of parents will experience   Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 1 episode 17 – That's not inclusion! 01:20 – Can you just share with us Huma, what is the current situation? 04:40 – What was the lead-up to this happening? 08:30 – What accommodations have the school put in place over the years to assist Haider? 16:00 – Why was your shadow teacher so upset and unable to handle the situation, what was her feedback? 17:00 – Shadow Teachers often feel powerless and disrespected. 18:00 – When children on the spectrum are triggered repeatedly they go into fight or flight mode. 19:00 – I felt terrible for shouting at him when we got home and I wasn't cross with him I was fearful for his future. 24:00 – I did so much for the school, volunteering, raising money organizing events 25:00 – Ambushed during the meeting with a long list of situations that I had no heads up on. 28:00 – Where is the school's accountability for this situation. With a child who has been at the school for a number of years, who is still being put into situations that trigger his behaviours that they could easily have avoided. 29:00 – I feel like I'm on trial every time I have a meeting at school. 31:00 – He has been continually excluded from opportunities at school because the teachers assume a situation will happen, even if there has been no history of such behaviour. Neurotypical children at the school get into worse situations but somehow are not subject to the same scrutiny. 33:00 – How do you feel now about the situation and the future? 34:00 – How is Haider now and what have you told him about the situation? 46:00 – There are excellent laws within education in Qatar in favour of SEN, however, they only extend to local schools. Private schools are able to continue to take extensive fees and have no accountability for the neurodiverse children they are paid to educate. Unfortunately, this particular school has taken full advantage of this.   --- To learn more about navigating the school process, watch Learn Autism's video: Finding the Right School To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:  

Message In The Middle with Marianne
What's Love Got To Do With It? The importance of Self Love with Suzana LeCoach

Message In The Middle with Marianne

Play Episode Play 43 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 37:04


Join me in a discussion with Suzana as we discuss why creating a better relationship with yourself will lead to living a more fulfilled and joyful life.  Suzana is a certified general life coach by Kingstown College Ireland and an EMCC Accredited Coach at Master Practitioner level.   She is located in Ireland and her goal is to help as many people as possible become aware that they can change their life, or any aspect of their life that they are not happy with, and to inspire them through sharing her own journey.Suzana loves coaching and helping to bring clarity, direction, and positivity into the lives of her clients. Her coaching is focused on helping clients: -> create their own vision of what harmonious relationship with self means-> become more aware of their own needs and making themselves a priority-> create work life balance to allow room for growth in all areas of their life-> become more joyful, fulfilled, aware, and presentBook a free call - Select a Date & Time - CalendlyFB Community - Love yourself - focus on the most important relationship in your life | FacebookWebsite - What Is Life Coaching | Suzana Le coachInsta- @suzana.lecoach

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
657: Sizing Up Species' Brains to Understand Nervous System Diversity and Development - Dr. Suzana Herculano-Houzel

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 52:25


Dr. Suzana Herculano-Houzel is a Professor of Psychology and Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University. In the lab, she compares brains to find out what they are made of and what difference that makes for the organism in terms of its abilities. She is interested in finding out how many neurons and other cell types brains have, determining whether brain size matters, and examining how numbers of cells correspond to cognitive abilities. Suzana is not only a scientist, but also a musician. From an early age, she received formal training in classical music, including the piano and flute. While Suzana was a graduate student in Cleveland, she decided to learn to play the cello. In addition, Suzana also previously self-taught herself to play classical guitar and just recently started taking formal lessons. She received her B.S. in Biology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and completed her M.S. in Neuroscience at Case Western Reserve University. She was awarded her PhD in Neuroscience from Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, and conducted part of her graduate work at the Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research. Suzana served on the faculty of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro before joining the faculty at Vanderbilt where she is today. She is the recipient of the Scholar Award in Understanding Human Cognition from the James S. McDonnell Foundation, as well as the José Reis Prize of Science Communication. In addition, Suzana has authored seven books for the general public on neuroscience, including her recently published book The Human Advantage: A New Understanding of How Our Brain Became Remarkable. She has written and presented the TV series Neurológica, has contributed over 260 to the Folha de São Paulo newspaper, and has written for the Scientific American Brazil magazine. In our interview, Suzana shares stories from her life and science.

The Story of My Pet Podcast
Episode 3: From Ireland with Love, Jewel the Silver Poodle

The Story of My Pet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 49:59


In Episode 3 of The Story of My Pet Podcast I welcome my guest Suzana Ioana. Originally from Romania, Suzana now resides in Dublin, Ireland with her precious poodle Jewel. Growing up with family dogs including cocker spaniel and poodles, Suzana has always loved the companionship that pets provide. When she met Jewel, it was “love at first sight” and he has by her side for the last 9 years. Suzana works as a civil engineer and runs her own life coaching business. You can follow her and Jewel on their Instagram accounts @suzana.lecoach and @jewel_the_happy_poodle. The organization we discussed in this episode is Kola Kariola, a non-governmental organization (NGO) located in Calarasi, Romania that rescues animals abandoned and living on the streets. They have recently added the Papa Land Sanctuary where they rescue farm animals including horses, pigs, and sheep. To learn more about Kola Kariola, you can find them on Facebook and via their website listed below. https://www.facebook.com/kolakariola https://www.kolakariola.ro Thanks so much for joining us. You can follow us on Instagram @thestoryofmypetpodcast and via our website to join our email list and learn more about being a guest on a future episode.

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Social Interactions

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 38:20


Summary This week Maha, Suzana, Hasna and Alison chat about social interactions! They explore managing their own anxiety, how to guide their kids through navigating social situations and practicing social skills with their kids.   Topics 00:00 - This Life, The Chronicles of Autism Moms podcast, series 1 episode 11 – Social Interactions 00:27 - Alison kicks off the show 01:13 – Suzana, tell us about your experience with uncomfortable social interactions with your son and how that looked for you in the past 01:49 – We didn't have the issue of not wanting to interact with people, but more of how do I interact with people. 04:11 – What was the reaction from the other moms when your son came to get help from them when dealing with social situations with their kids? 04:50 -  Maha, as a parent, has navigating your child's social interaction every became overwhelming for you so much that you've decided not to attended a gathering? 06:31 – I have to get myself into a good state before heading into a new social situation because I'm not sure what my child's reaction would be. 08:14 – Work on skills when you're not limited by time or if you need to be somewhere or not. That takes the pressure off. Make sure you have patience. 09:16 – We've all done the iPads! 10:16 – I'm happy for my son to go out with friends but when I'm with him I can help steer the situation a bit more. I'm not embarrassed of him, I want to protect him from people who are not understanding of his behavior or make fun of him.  I want to teach my son to disclose so that he can advocate for himself 11:23 – Some days you're willing to face that anxiety and other days its just too much 12:25 – I need everyone to understand our situation and I want people to understand that my child has Autism. Disclosure is power and people tend to understand once they know. The problem is that a lot of people are not compassionate. 13:45 – Social skills are learned through practice 14:19 –That is my fear with social interactions: that my son gets bullied, he gets hurt, he doesn't understand the situation. 15:10 – There's always a fear if it will always be like this, it's very stressful 16:00 – There's not enough compassion, awareness, effort etc, by the schools 17:44 – Maha tell us about a “crash and burn” situation. 20:20 – Sometimes we have to pick our battles and say that's not the right thing for him right now 20:51 – You definitely start to accept that that's how your child is. I always have a plan b if plan a doesn't work out. We have to become more flexible when maneuvering more situations. 23:40 – We want our kids to be in situations where they are comfortable and sometimes uncomfortable so that they can push themselves 25:13 – Outwardly, my son doesn't look like he has Autism. It's so annoying to have to explain ourselves all the time.  26:43 – It's hard to deal with the judgement from others on if I'm parenting well. 27:32 – What it's like navigating doctor visits 30:50 – what helps me is to keep regular appointments so that the people and places are familiar and it becomes easier and more predictable for my son. It's all practice and it gets easier. 33:38 – Top Tips for navigating social interactions --- To learn more about Social Interactions, watch Learn Autism's video: Child-to-child interactions to promote social skills. To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:  

SNL (Saturday Night Live) Stats
SNL By The Numbers - S47, Episodes 16-18 + Interview with Bachelor Data

SNL (Saturday Night Live) Stats

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 111:28


Let's get statistical! Season 47 had an awesome April and we are here to tell you how all the data and statistics you need to know were affected. Plus, Jon Schneider (@jonschneider24), stats guru Mike Murray (@SNLMikeMurray), and Nicole Rovine (@nicolerovine) are joined by Suzana from Bachelor Data (@bachelordata) to discuss the process of evaluating TV Shows with data in this special edition of SNL By The Numbers! ----- Welcome to the official SNL Network podcast feed, where you will hear audio from our weekly roundtables discussing all things SNL. Podcast hosts, journalists that cover the show, and superfans will look back at the entire history of Saturday Night Live and talk about how the legacy of Season 47 compares to all eras of the show. Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@thesnlnetwork) and subscribe on YouTube thesnlnetwork to never miss an episode! Catch up on By The Numbers shows: SNL By The Numbers - S47, Episodes 13-15 (Mar 21, 2022) SNL By The Numbers - S47, Episodes 10-12 (Feb 7, 2022) SNL By The Numbers - S47, Midseason (Jan 10, 2022) SNL By The Numbers - S47, Episodes 1-7 (Nov 29, 2021) SNL By The Numbers - S47 Preseason (Sept 29, 2021) SNL By The Numbers - S46 Postseason (June 7, 2021) S46 By The Numbers - Episodes 15-17 (Apr 19, 2021) S46 By The Numbers - Episodes 10-14 (Mar 15, 2021) S46 By The Numbers - Episodes 7-9 (Jan 4, 2021) S46 By The Numbers - Episodes 1-6 (Nov 16, 2020)

The Corporate Dropout Podcast
98. Business Tip with Suzana Somers: Three Tips to Creating a Course

The Corporate Dropout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 11:02


Time Stamps: [1:02] - Introduction about Suzana Somers [1:48] - Sharing her expertise and how she created a course [3:31] - Her thoughts about passive income [4:00] - Her major mistakes [7:43] - Takeaways that she has learned in creating her courses —Connect with Suzana:Instagram: @bachelordataTiktok:@bachelordataBachelorData Academy: Bachelor Data AcademyConnect with Alessia:Text me! 949.541.0951Instagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram! 

The Corporate Dropout Podcast
97. Suzana Somers: How The Bachelor Retired Her from Corporate

The Corporate Dropout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 40:50


Time Stamps: [1:10] A little bit about Suzana Somers [3:16] Her teaching career and how she get into tech [8:58] Exiting the limo on night one what type of data [10:57] How did the academy grow [12:13] About the course that she builds [13:16] How did she figure out whether or not this thing is good to go before she invested a ton of time? [15:19] About her beta testers [16:41] What were some of the biggest challenges and learning curves she had [18:36] Why did she even think that the market is like the way it is for digital courses? [21:42] What's her favorite feature of Excel? [22:36] vlookup and xlookup  [25:24] How valuable Did she think Excel proficiency is? If she's an entrepreneur running a business? [27:09] How did she even go about finding these data points? [31:02] How long did she think they can have to wait before you end up being like on The Bachelor on ABC giving commentary on data? [32:07] Who is her favorite bachelor and bachelorette, of all time? [34:45] Her favorite couple from the franchise? [38:37] What is more she likes? Google Sheets or Excel better? --Connect with Suzana:Instagram: @bachelordataTiktok: @bachelordataBachelorData Academy: Bachelor Data AcademyConnect with Alessia:Text me! 949.541.0951Instagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram! 

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
Food Frustrations

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 26:00


Summary This episode includes Hasna, Suzana, Maha and Alison sharing their own unique experiences of getting their child with Autism to eat different foods and their frustrations with seeing them go from eating everything to just beige foods.  These moms chat about what that was like for them and how that affected them and their lives as women, mothers, and professionals. 00:00 - This Life, The Chronicles of Autism Moms podcast, series 1 episode 10 – Food Frustrations 00:27 - Alison kicks off the show 01:00 - Suzana, tell us about your son's eating habits and how they make you feel? 05:05 - Apart from his general health and wellbeing, and how much anxiety you get from that, how else has that caused you anxiety and stress? Perhaps it started as a toddler/picky eater scenario but is now something more.  I wish there was something who could have put me in the right direction from the start. 06:08 – Should I hide fruits and veggies in his food?  I completely dropped the ball on exposing him to foods, that's still necessary. 07:54 – This is not something that will work itself out 09:36 – The stress of traveling with a picky eater 10:06 – What would happen if someone gave you advice, meaning well, just to leave them and not let them eat if they won't eat what's offered? 10:50 – You're dealing with your own anxiety and that of your child's frustration who hasn't eaten 11:10 – What has been your experience, Maha? 11:30 – My son's brain processes that food in a completely different way to the way you or I do. 12:09 – Exposure is key, just having food on their plate, even if they don't eat it, is good 12:36 – Kids sharing food with strangers 13:36 – Being a foodie, it's hard having a beige eater and wanting to go and try new things? 13:44 – Associating food with memories 14:56 – It's ok to say no to invitations, it's ok to manage a situation in the best way you know how. Ipads are ok sometimes! 16:59 – we put so much emphasis on how things “should” be 17:33 – Alison's lunch story: bring out the ipads! 19:38 – Hasna's story: Autism and Type 1 Diabetes 20:39 – Not every autistic person doesn't like food 22:50 – Top Tips for dealing with food frustrations --- To learn more about SEN Education, watch Learn Autism's video: Picky eaters and problem feeders. To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:  

The Chronicles of Autism Moms
To Shadow or not to Shadow

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 31:06


Summary The episode includes Suzana, Maha, Reen and Alison sharing their unique experiences of choosing a shadow teacher (learning support teacher), or not,  for their child and how that affected them and their lives as women, mothers, and professionals.   Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 1 episode 8 – To Shadow or not to Shadow. 00:30 - Alison kicks off the show 01:40   Reen, can you explain why you felt it was necessary to have a shadow teacher for your son? 06:00   Do you think there should be a specific qualification for a shadow teacher? 08:00   Maha, what's your experience of shadow teachers? 12:00   How have things improved for you now? 13:20   Suzana, what's your experience of Shadow Teachers? 19:00   Do you think a child would develop more independence without a shadow teacher 20:20   What are you top tips for selecting a shadow teacher?   --- To learn more about SEN Education, watch Learn Autism's video: Evaluation Process and Effective School Inclusion.   To learn more about Autism, visit: www.learnautism.com To watch this podcast, visit our YouTube Channel. --- Keep in touch with us on Instagram  @chroniclesofautismmomspod Download the Learn Autism app today:  

Venus Podcast
SUZANA PIRES - Venus Podcast #253

Venus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 108:23


Suzana Pires, atriz, escritora e empreendedora. Fez diversas novelas e personagens marcantes. Lançou recentemente seu livro "Dona de Si".

Rádio Gaúcha
Suzana Saldanha, atriz e diretora - 04/04/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 26:53


Suzana Saldanha, atriz e diretora - 04/04/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

podcasting for the right reasons
Two on one with Bachelor Data's Suzana Somers

podcasting for the right reasons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 61:21


Brendan and Ernmardia are joined by the brain behind the Instagram/Twitter/Tiktok Bachelor Data Suzana Somers! We discuss how she turned a way to learn excel into a full-time job. we talk about her history with the show and her favorite and least favorite contestants plus her thoughts on the double bachelorette season's effect on her data. we finish with a conversation on Instagram growth issues and how much work it takes to collect her data. instagram/Tiktok/Twitter @Bachelordata our Twitter @rightreasonspod our Instagram @podcastingfortherightreasons our Tiktok @right_reasons_pod Patreon.com/Podcastingfortherightreasons This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Mundo Freak
ACONTECEU COMIGO #48 | Gêmeas, prima de corpo fechado e uma freira gente boa

Mundo Freak

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 48:49


Em mais um episódio (Andrei free) da nossa série aconteceu comigo, Ira Croft, Juliana Ponzi, Jey e Ananda Mida se reúnem para ler as histórias aterrorizantes mandadas por nossos ouvintes: “A figura branca na madrugada” na casa do Germano; “A gemêas de branco" que apareceram para o Tiago; a amiga de família “Suzana” da Carina; e a “Prima” dos irmãos Marí e João.