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The Academic Life

New Books Network

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A podcast for your academic journey—and beyond! Created and produced by Dr. Christina Gessler, the Academic Life podcast is inspired by today’s knowledge-producers around the world, working inside and outside the academy. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life
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A bi-weekly podcast covering all tips and tricks for starting or pursuing a research career in The Netherlands. Hosted by Jeroen Sparla, the managing director of AcademicTransfer. AcademicTransfer is since 1997 been the leading career platform for researchers worldwide with research- and scientific job openings in The Netherlands. Are you a Master’s student, researcher, PhD, Postdoc, assistant- associate- or even full professor, or have the ambition to become one? Or do research in the indus ...
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Academia. It is a site of exclusion. For those of us who are first-generation, who are racialized, who are women, and who inhabit social locations that are traditionally unrepresented in this space, academia is full of landmines. This is why we need academic aunties. This podcast will bring you stories and advice about how to navigate this treacherous world and maybe even plant the seeds for structural transformation. Come listen to Auntie Ethel and her friends. Episodes drop monthly. Messag ...
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Academic Survival

Shandra L. McDonald

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Thirty percent of students drop out of college during the 1st year. The transition from high school to college is a struggle for many students. I interview current and former college students about their freshman year experience and I invite guests who share topics relevant to college life. Join me as we discuss how to survive, thrive, and graduate. Academic Survival: The Podcast That Gets Freshmen to Graduation.
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The Academic Imperfectionist combines philosophical analysis and coaching insights to help you dump perfectionism and flourish on your own terms. Your host is Dr Rebecca Roache, a coach and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of London.
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The podcast for academic womxn who want to write and publish more while rejecting the culture of overwork in academia. Cathy Mazak, PhD, helps you create the career (and life) you want by centering your writing. Kick guilt and overwhelm to the curb and amplify your voice to make a real impact on your field--without breaking down or burning out.
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What can we do, individually and collectively, to change academic life to be more sustainable, collaborative and effective? This podcast series offers long-form conversations with academics and thought leaders who share stories and insights, as well as bite-size musings on specific topics drawing on literature and personal experience. For more information go to https://changingacademiclife.com Also see https://geraldinefitzpatrick.com to leave a comment. This podcast uses the following third ...
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The faculty behind the academic journal Academicasaurus really just want to get the next issue out. If only they'd stop getting bizarre submissions shoved under their doors... and who exactly is recording all this, anyway? Academicasaurus is a fictional podcast written and produced by Mary O'Reilly. It stars Maryna Matlock as Ida Winters, Amanda Funk-Hilton as Bee West, and Mary O'Reilly as Anne Dye. New episodes are posted every other week.
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Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
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Academia and education consists of many different types of people and personalities. Join me every Friday as I interview a new guest to discover more about the lives, tales, stories, heartbreaks, and triumphs of academics and grad students from all walks and stages of life. We will keep it respectful, tell our stories, give good advice, and also laugh because we don't take ourselves TOO seriously around here. Who said academics had to keep it professional all the time??
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Welcome to The Academic Revolution Podcast, hosted by Inga Hofmann, MD, a Harvard-trained Pediatric Oncologist, Physician Leadership Coach, and Founder of the Physician Scientists Coaching Program. If you are like most academic physicians, you want to know the secret to creating a highly successful academic career, without sacrificing your personal life. But the truth is that the traditional academic system is broken, leaving more and more professionals like you wanting to give up. However, ...
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Um canal dedicado aos humores da vida acadêmica...São diálogos e conversas sobre as experiências nos bastidores dessa comunidade. Nos siga no Twitter @HumoresA Quer contar sua experiência acadêmica? Entre em contato pelo e-mail: humoresacademicos@gmail.com
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Sua Vida Acadêmica

Sua Vida Acadêmica

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Olá! Seja bem-vindo(a) ao podcast do projeto "Sua Vida Acadêmica". Eu sou Juliana Prata, professora, escritora e produtora de conteúdo sobre produtividade e escrita acadêmica. No projeto, compartilho informações, dicas, técnicas e metodologias sobre o gerenciamento e organização da vida e também sobre formas para o desenvolvimento da habilidade da escrita. Se tiver alguma dúvida ou sugestão, envie-nos um e-mail para suavidaacademicacontato@gmail.com ou um voicenote pelo Archor.
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Welcome to the Insights Xchange podcast, brought to you by Cactus Communications (CACTUS). Hosted by Nikesh Gosalia, this podcast is your guide to the world of research and academic publishing. Tune in to hear lively discussions with experts from the academic and publishing realms. Earlier known as All Things SciComm, the new series covers a variety of topics, from the latest trends in academic publishing to critical issues faced by researchers in an increasingly AI-driven world. Join us for ...
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Join the host of Bl-Academically Speaking as she shares her personal journey towards becoming an anti-racist educator and commitment to serving her Black students . She also provides invaluable insights, practical resources, and effective strategies to empower educators in fostering inclusivity and equity within their own classrooms.
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Acadêmicos da ZN

UERN-Campus de Natal

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Olá, Coleguinhas! Apontem seus lápis, puxem suas carteiras e sejam bem-vindos e bem-vindas ao ACADÊMICOS DA ZN, um podcast maroto preparado pela Universidade do Estado do Rio Grande do Norte! Sinta-se convidado a compartilhar conosco as milhares de aventuras que envolvem a vida acadêmica. Portanto, pegue seus fones, acomode-se confortavelmente e esteja preparado: a partir de agora, a UERN também, está na PODOSFERA!!!!
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Academic Edgelords

Academic Edgelords

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This is a scholarly podcast about scholarly provocateurs. Gadflys, charlatans, and shitposters sometimes get tenure, believe it or not. This is a leftist podcast that takes a second look at their peer-reviewed work, and tries to see if there’s anything we might learn from arguing with them. We are hosted by: Victor Bruzzone, Gordon Katic, Matt McManus, and Ethan Xavier (AKA “Mouthy Infidel”).
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Academics Anonymous

Amanda Woods and Victoria Valley

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Calling all researchers! Edmonia Rivers here, junior researcher at the hidden society of Academics Anonymous. Join me to learn about all things that go bump in the night. Read if you can. Listen if you dare.
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Academical

Virginia Policy Review

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Coming to you from the heart of Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village, Academical is the official podcast of the Virginia Policy Review (VPR). The podcast is staffed by the Master of Public Policy students at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia (UVA). VPR is not a part of or an agency of UVA. It is an independent organization responsible for managing its own activities and affairs. UVA does not direct, supervise, or control VPR and is not res ...
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The Academic Success Strategies podcast is presented by show host Carol Wood. Carol is the founder and owner of Total Learning Concepts, a privately owned and managed professional tutorial service and accredited high school. Each episode of Academic Success Strategies provides timely academic and educational topics and recommendations pertinent to elementary, middle, high school, college, and adult students/learners.
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Academic Announcements

Academic Announcements

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The unacademic life is not worth living. Stay in the loop of Academia in this brave new age of information. Download, and keep up to date with Professor Rotsage's Academic Announcements at your own leisure.
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How to treat multiple disorders in one individual can be a tricky equation for mental health professionals. Cailyn Green, assistant professor of addiction studies in the school of human services at SUNY Empire, discusses best practices. Cailyn Green, MS, Ph.D., Masters-CASAC is the Assistant Professor of Addiction Studies at SUNY Empire State Unive…
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Today I am joined by Rachel Henderson and in this episode we discuss our thoughts on corporate policy work schedules, “psychologist in training”, moving from Texas to Indiana, small school, doing research as an undergrad, the gleeification of small schools, how our perspectives change as we grow, Gen z having kids, growing up queer, living in rural…
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Where did we all get this idea that if we want to succeed, we need to go faster? And that if we haven't succeeded yet, that must mean that we're probably not good enough? Sometimes, the reason we haven't succeeded isn't that we're not good enough, but that we haven't waited long enough. And that means that doing better doesn't necessarily require b…
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Today’s book is: The Things We Didn’t Know (Gallery Books, 2024), by Dr. Elba Iris Pérez’s. A cross-cultural coming-of-age story, The Things We Didn’t Know is inspired by the author’s own experiences growing up between Woronoco, Massachusetts, and Puerto Rico. It explores Andrea Rodríguez’s childhood between Puerto Rico and a small Massachusetts fa…
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Today's podcast episode is designed to help you figure out your summer writing plan while you listen. If you have a backlog of papers and you want to maximize your summer writing, start with this podcast episode. Then, if you like my style of teaching, apply for this summer’s cohort of Navigate, where you’ll experience the training, co-writing, and…
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To help prepare you for your PM&R Board Exams, we're bringing you a podcast series dedicated to current practices and core knowledge.Main Learning Objectives-Understand the initial symptoms and management of ICH, SAH, AVM.-Correlate presenting symptoms in relation to neuroanatomy.-Appreciate the prognostic tools and risk factors for intracranial bl…
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In this episode of Academic Survival, I have an enlightening conversation with Dr. Dar Mayweather, a passionate educator and leader, on the intersection of education, career goals, and inclusive leadership development. Dr. Mayweather discusses inclusive leadership for students and emphasizes the importance of recognizing and nurturing people's natu…
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On the Season 4 finale, we revisit Sara Ahmed's new book, The Feminist Killjoy Handbook: The Radical Potential of Getting in the Way, with our very own feminist killjoy book club! We're joined by Rita Dhamoon, Tka Pinnock, and our very own producer, Nisha Nath. We talk about why the book resonates so much in this present moment, and why being a fem…
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Liam Bannon is a Professor Emeritus and founder and director of the Interaction Design Centre at the University of Limerick in Ireland. Liam has been a hugely influential thinker writer and researcher since the 1980s, along with various collaborators, in shaping work around technology and design. Recorded in-person in 2017, he reflects on his inter…
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For those who do excellent work, but quietly, and sometimes under the radar, the simple phrase, confidently stated—“You are in good hands”—can make all the difference. You got this. Shailaja J. Hayden reflects on the importance of inspiring confidence in fellow members of the care team, which then inspires confidence in patients. The essay read in …
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On Scripps College Week: How do you combat confirmation bias and polarization? Sarah Marzen, assistant professor of physics, has a suggestion. Sarah Marzen started in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics but quickly went over to theoretical biophysics and has been researching that ever since. She started as an undergraduate in physics at Caltech, w…
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Grand lecteur et féru d’histoire des sciences, le jeune Alain Prochiantz a décidé « d’aimer ce qu’il faisait plutôt que de faire ce qu’il aimait ». Aujourd'hui neurobiologiste, membre de l’Académie des sciences et professeur émérite au Collège de France, il s’intéresse à la manière dont se forment les tissus et les organes dans notre corps. Un parc…
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On Scripps College Week: Our approach to dealing with fraud needs an overhaul. Stacey Wood, Molly Mason Jones professor of psychology, puts together the evidence to show us why. Stacey Wood, Ph.D. is a clinical neuropsychologist and the Molly Mason Jones Professor of Psychology at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. She received a B.A. in Bio-Psychol…
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To help prepare you for your PM&R Board Exams, we're bringing you a podcast series dedicated to current practices and core knowledge.Main Learning Objectives- Discuss the clinical presentation seen in polyneuropathy- Review the differential diagnosis for polyneuropathy- Discuss the findings observed in NCS/EMG for polyneuropathyCredits: Episode was…
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Kirstie McAllum is an alumna of our Navigate: Your Writing Roadmap® 12-week program. On today's episode, Kirstie shares her experience in Navigate. In Navigate, Kirstie worked to develop her decision-making skills through mission-driven time and project management (which–spoiler alert!–is the REAL way you will learn to say “no,” cut back on overwor…
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On Scripps College Week: Why do some chromosomes act selfishly? Patrick Ferree, professor in the W. M. Keck Science Department, finds out. Patrick Ferree, a developmental geneticist at the Claremont Colleges, is studying how certain chromosomes selfishly hijack reproductive development to gain a transmission advantage. Dr. Patrick Ferree is a profe…
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You have the deep-rooted knowledge and experience to create the career and life that you want! But first, you must filter through all the messages about what work looks like and the social and cultural nuances in academia so you can act on your self-trust. In today's episode, I explore the importance of trusting oneself amidst the bombardment of so…
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On Scripps College Week: Fiction can bring truth to the fore. Myriam Chancy, Guggenheim Fellow and Hartley Burr Chair in the Humanities, looks into the history of Caribbean women. Myriam J.A. Chancy, Ph.D. (Iowa) is a Guggenheim Fellow, and Hartley Burr Alexander Chair of the Humanities Chair at Scripps College. Chancy is the author of the award-wi…
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On Scripps College Week: Photography can reveal many hidden things about the people who lived centuries ago. Ken Gonzales-Day, professor and Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair in Art, looks back at some. Ken Gonzales-Day is a Los Angeles based artist whose interdisciplinary practice considers the historical construction of race and the limits of represen…
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Today I am joined by Harley Powell!! In this episode Harley and I discuss being summer birthdays, anxieties about turning 25, how she did clinical hours between undergrad and PA school to get more experience, the growing recognition of PA as a career, her path through undergrad and how she found her passion for being a physician’s assistant, her de…
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We’re all tired of waiting. Annabelle Roberts, assistant professor of marketing at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, says we’re most impatient right before we get what we want. Annabelle Roberts is an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business. Prior to joinin…
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Today’s book is: 100 Years of Radio in South Africa, Volume 1: South African Radio Stations and Broadcasters Then & Now (Palgrave MacMillan, 2023), edited by Dr. Sisanda Nkoala (with Gilbert Motsaathebe). The book focuses on South African radio stations and broadcasters in the past and present. It brings together media scholars and practitioners to…
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On today’s bonus podcast episode, I’m revisiting the Ideal Week and explaining an up-leveled way to use it to create the career (and life) you want. If you want spaciousness in your calendar, time to think and read and write, then this bonus podcast episode is for you! When you create your Ideal Week in our Navigate program, you do so after you hav…
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How can you become a good thinker? Eranda Jayawickreme, Harold W. Tribble professor of psychology at Wake Forest University, uses some brainpower to find out. Eranda Jayawickreme is the Harold W. Tribble Professor of Psychology and Senior Research Fellow at the Program for Leadership and Character at Wake Forest University. He is a personality psyc…
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Michelle Espino is an alumna of our Navigate: Your Writing Roadmap® 12-week program. On today's episode, Michelle shares her experience in the Navigate! More about Michelle: Dr. Michelle M. Espino (she/ella) is a first-generation college student and an associate professor in the Higher Education, Student Affairs, and International Education Policy …
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Which misinformation will cause the most harm is important to figure out. But how? Thi Tran, assistant professor of management information systems at Binghamton University, looks for a little help. Thi Tran is currently an assistant professor of management information systems at the Binghamton University School of Management. He holds a PhD in Info…
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In today's episode, I review Cal Newport's latest book, Slow Productivity: The Lost Art of Accomplishment Without Burnout. I loved his book Deep Think and recommend it often. I was excited to read his newest work and wanted to relay my thoughts and insights to you! In Slow Productivity: The Lost Art of Accomplishment Without Burnout, Cal addresses …
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Gender fluidity may be part of the current zeitgeist, but it’s not a wholly new topic. Megan Bryson, Lindsay Young associate professor of religious studies and chair of Asian studies at the University of Tennessee, examines one historical example. Dr. Megan Bryson’s research focuses on gender and ethnicity in East Asian Buddhism. She has published …
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C’est l’histoire d’un roi païen du nom de Mirian. Un jour, il rencontre sur sa route Nino, une jeune femme aussi belle que charitable. De religion chrétienne, Nino convertit le jeune roi qui devient alors le premier souverain chrétien de son royaume : le royaume du Kartli. Ne vous méprenez pas, cette histoire n’est pas une fable : le Kartli est un …
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On today’s Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse segment: Humans have long used stories to explain things we can’t understand, and an eclipse is no different. Moira Marsh, researcher and folklore librarian, uses mythology to tell the story of the darkened daytime sky. Moira Marsh is a folklorist and librarian at Indiana University Bloomington. S…
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In this episode I am joined by PhD Student Camille Pushman! In this episode we discuss first-gen students, going to Indiana University, Camille's path through undergrad, the privilege within academia, unwritten rules in academia, the grad school application process, importance of being a person outside of science, being gen Z in lab, academic twitt…
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On Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse Week: Astronomers are about to get a rare chance for some breakthrough discoveries. Catherine Pilachowski, Daniel Kirkwood Chair and distinguished professor of astronomy, explores how. Professor Pilachowski holds the Kirkwood Chair in Astronomy at Indiana University Bloomington, where she teaches and cond…
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No, not like that. I'm not talking about how to achieve the ultimate happiness, eudaimonia, or enlightenment. I'm simply talking about how to enjoy your down-time without feeling like you're doing it wrong. If you've ever looked forward to a well-deserved day off and then settled down for some serious relaxation only to find yourself consumed by an…
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The third and final episode tangentially related to Terry Pratchett's 1989 Discworld novel Pyramids, providing a crash course in Egyptian fantasy and science fiction—as in written by Egyptians, rather than simply about them. We go all the way back to the beginning, talking about traditional fantasy precursors and the origins of the modern Egyptian …
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Today’s book is: Stylish Academic Writing (Harvard UP, 2012), by Helen Sword, which dispels the myth that you only get published by writing wordy, impersonal prose. Dr. Sword reveals that journal editors and readers alike welcome work that avoids excessive jargon and abstraction. Her analysis of more than a thousand peer-reviewed articles across a …
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In the age of “productivity hacks” and “there’s an app for that,” you might be pursuing tools for time and project management instead of the actual skills needed for better time and project management. In Navigate, we teach mission-guided time and project management skills. You will refine your self-trust, self-knowing, and academic mission. These …
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On Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse Week: How will the natural world react to the total solar eclipse? Daniel Beverly, postdoctoral researcher at the O’Neill School of Public Environmental Affairs, examines this. Daniel Beverly is a Postdoctoral Research fellow at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University …
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In this episode, we are re-launching the Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine podcast! The episode is hosted by current physiatry residents Natalie Curley and Nicole Katz, and they interview Dr. Fabrisia Ambrosio who is the inaugural director of the Atlantic Charter Discovery Center for Musculoskeletal Recovery which is part of the Spaulding Re…
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Depuis quelques années, les constellations de satellites se multiplient à grande vitesse à quelques milliers de kilomètres au-dessus de nos têtes. Cette progression fulgurante, qui s’explique par l’arrivée de nombreux acteurs privés tels que Starlink, n’est pas sans risque. Dans son dernier rapport, l'Académie des sciences met en garde contre les i…
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Cindy Cordoba Arroyo is an alumna of our Navigate: Your Writing Roadmap® 12-week program. On today's episode, Cindy shares her experience in the Navigate August 2023 Cohort. More about Cindy: Cindy Cordoba Arroyo, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Apparel Merchandising and Management (AMM) Department at California State Polytechnic University…
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On Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse Week: Safety is always key when it comes to the sun. Hin Cheung, clinical assistant professor at the School of Optometry, explains how to view the eclipse without causing damage to your eyes. Dr. Hin Cheung joined the Indiana University School of Optometry in July 2021 as a clinical assistant professor in…
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