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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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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/
 
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 ...
 
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Sua Vida Acadêmica

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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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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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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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Do social media algorithms hurt or help society? Sabine von Mering, professor of German and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University, discusses one reason they may need some tweaking. Sabine von Mering, Ph.D. is Professor of German and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Director of the Center for German and European Stu…
 
We're on the road at the American Political Science Association conference! Producer extraordinaire, Dr. Nisha Nath joins the podcast to discuss Dr. Ethel Tungohan's audio diaries taken at this incredibly large academic conference. Along the way, they challenge norms, discuss the value of curating your conference and finding community, and provide …
 
Dr Natalie Brown is a research associate based at Swansea University and Sport Wales, working with the Welsh Institute of Performance Science. Her specialist area is the menstrual cycle and sport, supporting all levels of performance, whether that is the Olympic Games or helping women and girls have an active lifestyle. Both her research and applie…
 
Getting a good score on the GRE is important, but I don't think it's the most important thing. In this episode, I'm sharing my approach to studying for the test, the difference between memorizing to regurgitate something on an exam versus actual learning, and how I balanced other competing priorities with studying. Hint: The GRE was not my top summ…
 
What if being a leader in academia doesn’t have to mean taking on an administrative role? What if it means so much more than that? When we hear people talking about leadership in academia, what they often mean is admin. Leadership to your institution probably means a department chair or associate director, or other role that helps the university to…
 
Is there a strategy to communicating your research online? This episode explores: What an academic communications strategist does. Why having a strategy to your online presence is important. Common misperceptions about communicating online. Lessons learned from an academic communications strategist. The benefits and challenges to being an academic …
 
I was glad that I was too tired to speak at the close of the day, because by listening, I learned a lesson in humility. Madam A’s family was more knowledgeable about her than we were, treating her as a person who had hopes just like the rest of us, despite being bedbound. Norshima Nashi, a consultant in the Division of Advanced Internal Medicine in…
 
Our guest on this episode, public historian Alena Pirok, explains how John D. Rockefeller's vision of Colonial Williamsburg eventually gave way to a vision of the site championed by an early 20th century clergyman who saw ghosts. Join us for a conversion on Pirok's new book, The Spirit of Colonial Williamsburg: Ghosts and Interpreting the Recreated…
 
You know you're supposed to be consistent with your writing routine. But how do you manage this, when so much of what goes into writing is so vague and unquantifiable? How do you factor in things like thinking time and discussing time and skim reading the intros of articles you won't end up using? Here's your imperfect friend to help you out. Consi…
 
Abstract: MJDLO Exclusive! Elizabeth Amisu was at KingVention 2022 with her book The Dangerous Philosophies Of Michael Jackson: His Music, His Life, and His Afterlife. She met incredible people and shares her experiences with us. We also discuss the acknowledgement of Michael Jackson in Academics. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Ep…
 
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:- Describe key features in the initial diagnosis and treatment of upper extremity injuries- Discuss various pathologies of the elbow in adult and pediatric populations- Review the Mason Class…
 
The AFA's Keith Whittington interviews Mitch Daniels, the outgoing president of Purdue University and former Republican Governor of Indiana. During his time at Purdue, President Daniels has carved out a national reputation as a leader on campus free speech issues. Daniels shares the principles and practices he has followed to dramatically improve P…
 
We’ve learned the power of groups after spending time alone during the pandemic. Bryan Bardine, professor of English at the University of Dayton, explores how one scene sticks together. Bryan Bardine, English professor at the University of Dayton, teaches courses on metal music and culture. He has co-edited three collections on metal: Heavy Metal S…
 
What is ethical about nuclear weapons? Thomas Doyle, associate professor of political science at Texas State University, explores this question. Thomas Doyle is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas State University. His most recent book is titled Nuclear Ethics in the Twenty-First Century: Survival, Order, and Justice (Rowman & Litt…
 
Helping those in eldercare environments have good quality of life is important. Daniel George, associate professor in the department of humanities and public health sciences at the Penn State College of Medicine, explores one way to do so. Daniel R. George, Ph.D, M.Sc is Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities and Public Health Sciences…
 
Even low level exposure to radon gas can have harmful impacts. David Richardson, professor of environmental and occupational health at the University of California, Irvine, explores how to ensure better protection moving forward. David B. Richardson, PhD, associate dean of research and professor of environmental and occupational health at the Unive…
 
Have you been cheerful lately? Timothy Hampton, Aldo Scaglione and Marie M. Burns Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and French at the University of California Berkeley, examines this feeling. Writer, scholar, teacher, and translator Timothy Hampton teaches at the University of California at Berkeley. Primarily a student of the Roman…
 
Certain people can change the game they play all by themselves. Aram Goudsouzian, professor of history at the University of Memphis, considers the life of one such player. Aram Goudsouzian is the Bizot Family Professor of History at the University of Memphis, where he teaches courses on modern American history, with a particular focus on race, poli…
 
Have you heard us talk all about our Elevate program but find that you still have questions? Maybe you’re almost ready to take the plunge, but you still have a few practical things you’re curious about in regard to the program. I’m joined on this episode by wonderful Elevate graduates Debra Gombert and Sonia Cabell. We talk about the most impactful…
 
The meaning of Purgatory in the Catholic faith seems to be shifting over time. Magnus Course, senior lecturer in social anthropology at the University of Edinburgh, explores the old and the new. Magnus Course is senior lecturer in social anthropology at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. His books include Becoming Mapuche: Person and Ritual i…
 
Is physically risky heroism a guy thing? Frank McAndrew, Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology at Knox College, explores why men feel the need for physical bravery more often. Frank McAndrew is the Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology at Knox College, a blogger for Psychology Today Magazine, and an elected Fellow of the Association for P…
 
Why does poverty hit certain areas harder than others? John Caskey, Joseph Wharton professor of economics at Swarthmore College, delves into one example for answers. John Caskey is the Joseph Wharton professor economics at Swarthmore College. He has a B.A. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from Stanford University. He teaches courses in financial…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: The hard work of balancing academics and sports when you attend college on an athletic scholarship. Kyle’s original dream for his life after college, and where he is now. Why you need someone to have your back, and who that person has been in Kyle’s life for the last five years. How p…
 
How do we connect with others? Dave Smallen, research psychologist and community faculty in psychology at Metropolitan State University, examines a few ways. Dave Smallen is a research psychologist and community faculty at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, MN. His work focuses on researching and communicating about how people cultivate con…
 
Dr. Debra Thompson (@debthompsonphd), talks about her poignant, profound and powerful book, The Long Road Home: On Blackness and Belonging, about her journey back home. She weaves together insights on the politics of race and racialization and Black identity while discussing family history, growing up in Oshawa, and her experiences, in academic spa…
 
Abstract: In this episode (Part II), Karin and Elizabeth have a special guest, Kerry Hennigan, columnist of the journal. In this three-part series, they discuss nine columns Elizabeth and Kerry wrote to celebrate the 80th MJAS column. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 60 –Part II Interview with Kerry Hennigan & MJ Studies Tod…
 
Virtual reality can be a tough sell for businesses outside the tech bubble. Sebastian Hohenberg, full professor in the school of business & economics at the University of Munster, looks into what might change this. Dr. Sebastian Hohenberg is a marketing strategy researcher who strives to solve essential business problems related to organic growth a…
 
Does spending time and money on your own development feel selfish? What if investing in ourselves actually improved not only our lives, but spilled over to improve the lives around us too? Elevate graduate Despina Stavrinos joins me to share how investing in herself helped her to create time in her schedule, energized her career, and improved her r…
 
It would be difficult to have an entire podcast on being an academic entrepreneur without first getting clear on what that means. In this episode, I discuss how I landed on this title for the podcast, the wikipedia definition, and my own (much broader) definition of the term.Kirjoittanut Candi Block
 
Reproductive rights are important to everybody. Zachary Neal, associate professor of psychology and global urban studies at Michigan State University, determines one group who we don’t hear about in this debate. Zachary Neal is an associate professor of psychology and global urban studies at Michigan State University, and serves as the editor of Gl…
 
Guests Addie McClintock, MD, and Joshua Jauregui, MD, join hosts Toni Gallo and Research in Medical Education (RIME) Committee members Andrea Leep, MD, and Paolo Martin, PhD, MS CHPR, MEd, to discuss clinical teachers’ behaviors and how they support or harm students’ sense of psychological safety in the clinical learning environment. This is the fi…
 
More glass ceilings can and will be broken in November. Alana Jeydel, professor of political science at Fresno City College, discusses how. Dr. Alana Jeydel (Ph.D., Political Science) teaches at Fresno City College. She has published two books and numerous refereed journal articles in the area of women and politics. Dr. William R. Wilkerson is a pr…
 
Welcome to The Life Of An Academic Entrepreneur! I'm a graduate student and entrepreneur, and this is my way of sharing my journey in hopes that it helps someone else and allows me to connect with others forging a similar path for themselves. Season 1 will run thoughout this fall with new episodes each week. Please subscribe! Connect with me on Ins…
 
Why is international peacekeeping so hard? Dennis Jett, professor and founding faculty member at the School of International Affairs at Penn State University, explains why. Dennis Jett is a professor and founding faculty member at the School of International Affairs at Penn State. A former career diplomat, he served as ambassador to Mozambique and …
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Why a humanities degree actually opens many career paths. The importance of curiosity. The contingency crisis in higher ed. How we can re-evaluate “academic success.” Advice for students and faculty. Our guest is: Dr. Katina Rogers, the author of Putting the Humanities PhD to Work: Th…
 
Are you stressed because you’re procrastinating or procrastinating because you’re stressed? Alicia Walf, senior lecturer in cognitive science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, examines this question. Alicia Walf is a neuroscientist and senior lecturer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute whose research interests are fueled by the broad question: …
 
On this episode of Pocket Mentor, we sit down with Dr. Craig DiTommaso. He is a physiatry specialist in Texas and has over 14 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Tulane University of Louisiana in 2008. What are disorders of consciousness (DOC)? How do physiatrists evaluate, prescribe therapy for, and care for patients with D…
 
Do COVID death rates also fall along party lines? Dylan Roby, associate professor of health, society, and behavior at the University of California, Irvine, determines where you live, not your affiliation, may indicate higher death rates. A leading expert in health policy, Dylan H. Roby, PhD, associate professor of health, society, and behavior at t…
 
On this bonus episode, it's host's prerogative: What do you do on a sabbatical? Dr. Genevieve Fuji-Johnson (@JohnsonFuji) and Dr. Paola Ardiles (@Paola_A_Ardiles) drop a little wisdom to help Ethel make the most of her year. Related Links An Unusual Academic Thanks for listening! Get more information, support the show, and read all the transcripts …
 
Do you ever find yourself struggling in your career even if you’re not new to the job anymore? Maybe you’ve gotten tenure, and you still feel yourself floundering a bit. Don’t worry- you are absolutely not alone in this feeling, and we’ve created an amazing conversation and resource just for you. In this episode we have an amazing conversation betw…
 
Receiving an award for your work may hinder your ability to be creative again. Markus Baer, professor of organizational behavior at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, discusses why. Markus Baer, Ph.D. (baer@wustl.edu) is an award-winning scholar and teacher. Currently, he is Professor of Organizational Behavior at the O…
 
As I progress through my training, I see more clearly how I benefited from my intern year; my comfort with ventilator settings and ability to navigate goals-of-care discussions are a direct result of my pandemic cases. However, when I am asked how my residency has been, I am haunted by the memories of those who can no longer answer. Michelle I. Suh…
 
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