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A monthly examination of Terry Pratchett's Discworld book series from an academic perspective, hosted by literature scholars Joshua Bulleid and Alice Capstick. Episode Transcripts and Bibliographies: https://monash.academia.edu/JoshuaBulleid/Podcasts Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unseenacademicals Contact: unseenacademicalspod@gmail.com A Doctor Prometheus podcast.
 
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 ...
 
Thriving Academics is a podcast for professors and academics who want practical tools for thriving in academia. Professor and Certified Coach Ulya Tsolmon combines her academic experience and coaching insights to focus on physical and mental wellness so that academics can create their best work and live their best life. Visit womenfaculty.com to learn more. Follow on Instagram @womenfaculty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily ref ...
 
Ásatrú is the belief in the Norse gods. It is an indigenous, European religion. Think Vikings, Thor, Odin, etc. The etc. is what I talk about. There's a ton of irresponsible bozos spitting out their opinions as facts online about the people, practices, beliefs, and history just for virtual likes and subscribers. I'm here to help you learn the ugly, the bloody, the funny, the whole truth... so help me gods. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asatruacademics/support
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
An independent podcast about critical issues in higher education. All episodes are free to download and share. ------ An academic citizen is anyone who is part of the higher education community. They are engaged in pedagogy or research or both, and are committed to furthering knowledge, education and the advancement of society from their disciplinary position. An academic citizen sees their work in higher education as a public project, both in terms of being partially funded by taxpayer mone ...
 
These are the Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network (WiSEAN) podcasts. The overall purpose of WiSEAN is to grow, strengthen and promote research on women in sport and exercise, with the ultimate goal of optimizing women’s athletic success and their participation. We, therefore, invite academics, researchers and practitioners from sport and exercise to join us for our podcast, so they can share their thoughts, activities, research and advice. https://www.wisean.net/
 
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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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 ...
 
The official podcast of the Academic Freedom Alliance, a nonpartisan and ideologically diverse coalition of faculty members committed to defending free speech in academia. We interview a diverse array of scholars about the latest developments in the academic freedom movement, from breaking news, to precedent-setting court cases, to modern takes on the timeless principles that underlie professorial free speech. Learn more about the AFA at www.AcademicFreedom.org.
 
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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How can companies avoid offending shoppers who are psychologically invested in their products? Colleen Kirk, assistant professor of marketing at New York Institute of Technology, examines the territorial behavior shoppers display when a product or place feels special to them. Colleen P. Kirk’s research centers around consumer behavior, especially i…
 
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Need help curating a list of Holocaust books for your students or library patrons? What’s on your shelf? What should be there? This podcast episode explores: The most commonly assigned Holocaust books. Why some of them are books you should never assign. Recommendations for books to assign, read, and share. Gaps in the literature. Gatekeepers of hig…
 
Do you LOVE the planning part of your job? Maybe you love planning your course syllabus or the planning process that comes before the actual writing of a publication. Are you passionate about getting the flow right for these things and making sure everything makes sense? If so, you’re in good company and this episode and webinar inside of it were c…
 
Guest Heeyoung Han, PhD, joins hosts Toni Gallo and Research in Medical Education (RIME) Committee members Javeed Sukhera, MD, PhD, and Andres Fernandez, MD, MEd, to discuss new research into the different methodologies used in health professions education research and how rigorous, or not, the descriptions of these methodologies are in published s…
 
Abstract: Alper Yesiltas’ reimagining of Michael Jackson went viral and was even chosen as an image for the September Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies newsletter, described as ‘thought-provoking’. In this episode, we follow MJ academic and recovering PhD scholar, Geneva S. Thomas through her excellent thread of tweets that explore the im…
 
You know, in theory, that you have too much on your plate and that you really should stop taking on even more - but, seriously, have you seen how great this new opportunity is? It's a once in a lifetime thing! There's no way anyone could turn it down! Friend, you need to end your FOMO before it ends you. The good news is that it's easy to do - you …
 
How we appear, our dress, our hair, our style, how we carry ourselves are all things that we as marginalized academics are being judged against. Do we look the part of the academic? Do we want to? To talk about this we welcome Dr. Nadia Brown, a Professor of Government and the Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Georgetown Univers…
 
In this episode, I provide an update on the Coaching Academic podcast. Thank you all so much for listening over the years. This podcast has had far more listens than I had ever imagined it would when I started it. I loved recording these podcasts however, it is time for something new and I'm really excited to introduce the Coaching@Henley Podcast. …
 
According to historian Kathryn Gin Lum, Americans have long viewed the world as a realm of suffering heathens whose lands and lives needed their intervention to flourish. The term "heathen" fell out of common use by the early 1900s, but the ideas underlying the figure of the heathen did not disappear. Americans still treat large swaths of the world…
 
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:• o Review common types of secondary bone tumorso Discuss pertinent imaging and additional work up for secondary bone tumorso Review physiatric management for patients with secondary bone tum…
 
I talk about why I’ve been AWOL for the past year, how hardships are normal, and how they aren't to be feared. I give you some examples of hardships caused by life and by other garbage human beings that the ancient Norse people overcame. Why? They overcame terrible challenges, and you can too. You have and you can--repeatedly. They were people and …
 
Dr. Phillip Sponenberg has become our resident zoology expert contributing previous pieces on domestic extinction, Choctaw hogs, and even adorable fainting goats. Today, this Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine professor of pathology will tell us all about geese and turkeys. Happy Thanksgiving! Dr. Phillip Sponenberg is a prof…
 
Spotting pseudoscience can be key to staying correctly informed in today’s world. Today on The Academic Minute: Joel Frohlich, postdoctoral research scientist at the University of Tubingen, explains why. Dr. Joel Frohlich is a neuroscientist and postdoctoral researcher studying brain stimulation in the laboratory of Professor Alireza Gharabaghi at …
 
Does your device change how you interact with people online? Terri Kurtzberg, professor of management and global business at Rutgers Business School, delves into this question. Terri R. Kurtzberg, PhD, is a Professor of Management and Global Business at Rutgers Business School, Newark and New Brunswick. Her areas of expertise include negotiation st…
 
On this Student Spotlight: Location matters, especially so for tobacco retailers. Joshua Rhee, Ph. D student in Public Health at the University of California, Irvine, discusses why location matters so much to certain communities. Joshua Rhee is a PhD student in Public Health with a concentration in Disease Prevention at UCI. Rhee holds a master’s d…
 
On New York University Week: Staffing is a critical factor for nursing homes. Jasmine Travers, assistant professor in the Rory Meyers College of Nursing, focuses on disadvantaged communities. Jasmine L. Travers, PhD, MHS, AGPCNP-BC, RN, is a researcher and adult-gerontological primary care nurse practitioner dedicated to improving health outcomes a…
 
“I’m burned out” is a familiar phrase in higher ed these days. This episode explores: What burnout is and is not. One scholar’s personal experience with burnout. How higher ed’s culture and the “expectation escalation” encourage burnout. Academic capitalism and its relationship to faculty burnout. The missing voices from the conversation on burnout…
 
On New York University Week: Testing “private speech” for stutterers takes a novel approach. Eric S. Jackson, assistant professor in the department of communicative sciences and disorders, discusses this. Dr. Eric S. Jackson is a clinician-scientist, Assistant Professor, and director of the stuttering and vvariability (savvy) lab at NYU Steinhardt …
 
On New York University Week: Online shopping for groceries can change browsing behavior. Angela Trude, assistant professor in the department of nutrition and food studies, explains why. Dr. Angela Trude is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Hum…
 
Do you find yourself daydreaming about what your job COULD look like if you could just design it on your terms? Do you have a brilliant idea for what you really desire your working life to look like? In today’s podcast episode, I discuss the ins and outs of career design, or job crafting as it is more commonly called in the academic world. I lay ou…
 
On this Student Spotlight during New York University Week: How do you learn about something you can’t observe? Cara Giovanetti, Ph. D student in Physics, looks into this question. Cara Giovanetti is a third-year graduate student in the NYU physics department, working towards a Ph.D. after receiving a bachelor’s degree in physics from Princeton Univ…
 
Medical practitioners of all specialties may lack Cassandra’s divinely inspired prophetic powers, but our training, research, and deep consideration for our patients’ wellbeing inform our prognostication. We hope that in this way, we are able to serve as guideposts along their ultimate paths. Judy Ch’ang, medical director of the Neurointensive Care…
 
On New York University Week: Artificial intelligence unfortunately isn’t without bias. Madalina Vlasceanu, assistant professor of psychology, looks into why. Madalina Vlasceanu is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at New York University and director of the Collective Cognition Lab. Madalina obtained a PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience from Prin…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Have you seen the A.I. generated art floating around the internet? Nicholas Caporusso, assistant professor of computer science, discusses this new form of artificial intelligence. Dr. Nicholas Caporusso is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Northern Kentucky University. He earned M.Sc. in Informatics…
 
Today’s book is: Where Research Begins: Choosing a Research Project That Matters to You (and the World) (U Chicago Press, 2022) by Thomas S. Mullaney and Christopher Rea, which tackles the two challenges every researcher faces with every new project: “How do I find a compelling problem to investigate—one that truly matters to me, deeply and persona…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Encouraging students with disabilities to feel included leads to a better society. Melissa Jones, professor of special education, determines how campuses can foster inclusion. Dr. Jones joined Northern Kentucky in 2001 after fourteen years in the field of special education. She founded the Supported Higher Educ…
 
Episode 33 out now! After a long hiatus, Academics and Amigos is back and returns with new co-host, Dr. Joey Lopez! Find out in this episode, why the podcast and Anthony were gone for so long. Theme song by: Ken Perez (@perez.kenneth.a) For more on Anthony or Academics and Amigos check out:Website: academicsandamigos.comTwitter: @AcademicsAmigos | …
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Rural areas face novel problems for their basic needs. Zeel Maheshwari, assistant professor of electrical engineering, examines meeting these needs. Dr. Zeel Maheshwari received her Masters and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Oklahoma State University in Dec 2013 and Dec 2017 respectively. She h…
 
You’re going to an academic conference—and maybe even presenting a project! Whether you are going virtually or in person, for the first time or the tenth, presenting or just attending, you want to feel prepared. Are you? This podcast episode explores: Why we need to go to academic conferences. Why it can be difficult to navigate them. How can you g…
 
Are you someone in the workforce who is entering into this new trend of ‘acting your salary’ that is coming out of quiet quitting? Do you struggle with overwork and dissatisfaction in your job because of it? How do we engage in a conversation that goes beyond “I am quiet quitting” and “I am just doing my job” to “What do you actually want to do in …
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Can we learn new things from old texts? Jonathan Cullick, professor of English, says one classic example in the classroom being taught in a new light. Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Jonathan S. Cullick is a professor of English and former chair of the department (2009-2013). His teaching and research intere…
 
Maybe this letter is more a letter to myself, a reminder … that mentorship is the key to training good, competent, humane surgeons. That this extra effort is what will create change, sustainability, and at the end of the pathway, is what will be remembered. That this is the type of person and surgeon I want to be. Adam Goldstein, director of the Tr…
 
Part three of our exploration of Soul Music (1994), examining Susan's side of the story and her engagement with heroic palimpsests, heroes' journeys, the "Sensible Susan" archetype, orphans, inheritance, education, Romanticism, quantum literature and more!Joshua Bulleid tarafından oluşturuldu
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: How well do you know your Constitutional Amendments? Michael Mannheimer, professor of law, looks into an interpretation of two in the U.S. Mike Mannheimer is the author of The Fourth Amendment: Original Understandings and Modern Policing (University of Michigan Press forthcoming 2023). He has been teaching at N…
 
Do you end every day feeling guilty and ashamed because you haven't done enough? It wouldn't have killed you to send just one more email, or spend just 30 more minutes on your writing, right? Well, sure, you could go flat out. But you wouldn't last long if you did. You need to pace yourself, which means you definitely shouldn't be dialling the effo…
 
How do we best educate young adults about vaccines? Suellen Hopfer, assistant professor of health, society, and behavior at the University of California, Irvine program in public health, discusses social media’s role. Suellen Hopfer has a PhD in health communication and post-doctorate training in prevention methods and randomized trial designs. She…
 
Do you find yourself wanting other people to like you? Why do we care about being liked? Do you think you must manage people's opinions to be successful in your career? In this episode, I will discuss why everyone wants other people to like them, why it can be a problem, and how to think about this urge to be likable.…
 
How does identity and experience inform your writing? This episode explores: Professor Talty’s journey from community college student to college professor. The importance of supportive mentors and professors. Using identity and experience ethically in fiction and nonfiction. Why finding the right form for your story matters. A discussion of the boo…
 
Digital security will only get more important in the future. Sumantra Sarkar, associate professor of management at Binghamton University, discusses how to keep your business safe. Sarkar is a behavioral information systems (IS) researcher focusing on IT security, health information technology, organizational processes, agile development, and IT gov…
 
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