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If you are trying to figure out how to prepare to interview for a healthcare degree, you have come to the right place! In today’s market, the competition is fierce to get into a healthcare program such as: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physician, dentist, physician assistant, nurse and chiropractor. Having good grades and a strong entrance exam score doesn’t cut it any more. Now more than ever, candidates need to highlight their understanding of the field and showca ...
 
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In the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences GSN-LMU, groups of researchers working in different areas of neuroscience seek answers to one of the most fundamental questions in modern science: How does the brain work? The GSN-LMU is embedded into the Munich Center for Neurosciences – Brain & Mind, one of the broadest academic environments that Munich has to offer in the field of neurosciences. This neuroscientific context provides a combination of the most varied methodological approaches ...
 
A 30 minute radio show featuring one to two graduate students each week. This is an opportunity for our grad students to showcase their research to the Queen’s and Kingston community and how it affects us. From time to time we will also interview a post-doc or an alum or interview grad students in relation to something topical for the day. Grad Chat is a collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and CFRC 101.9FM
 
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Helping people was in Dr. Franco’s blood. With all of his experiences as an injured athlete, he knew those encounters had a major impact on him as a person. The challenge was figuring out HOW he was going to help and give back. After a lot of volunteer hours and a few thoughtful conversations with his brother, Kevin realized his calling was Occupat…
 
Why is there need for affordable housing and how can policies assist? For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chatKirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Get your "Jeopardy!" hat on... for the final round of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Biz Quiz. Teams from UC Davis, UCLA and UC San Diego compete to answer questions on global current affairs and financial knowledge in this nail-biter competition. Series: "UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series" […
 
Christy was hanging around with a lot of people that wanted to be physical therapists. As a Spanish Major, she might have felt just a little left out so she explored the physical therapy profession. By chance, she ran into a Certified Hand Therapist who ended up completely changing Christy’s career path. As a Professor at St. Augustine, she shares …
 
Dr. Janda came from a big, medically driven family but wasn’t sure where his path would take him. After shadowing lots of different types of medical professionals, he landed on his first hunch, dentistry. While most dental school hopefuls stress over getting an interview and doing well, he had an Ace up his sleeve by attending Creighton University.…
 
Dr. Tagarman wasn’t going to take “No!” for an answer when applying to medical school. Even though she was initially rejected into med school on her first go round, she knew that wasn’t the end of her journey. By getting a Special Master’s Degree, she was able to fill in the gaps her first application had and ultimately got accepted to Tulane Unive…
 
Dr. Walker discovers her calling through college athletics - physical therapy! Before showing up to her interviews she did a deep dive on the program. Not only did she reach out to a friend who was in the program, but she also reached out to other students in the program to get their insight on the interview process as well. Her preparation was sec…
 
Join me as I walk you through what YOUR PREPARATION should look like if you are serious about getting into graduate school to become a healthcare provider such as: physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist, physician, dentist, nurse or a chiropractor. In this episode, I outline what your preparation should look like us…
 
Ever wonder what your interviewer is looking for when they interview you? Wonder no more! This interview with Regis University faculty, Dr. Alice Davis, sheds valuable insight about what a physical therapy program is looking for in a candidate. Join Dr. Davis and me as we talk about how to prepare and set yourself apart from the competition in this…
 
Kara Jackson knew she was going to be an optometrist until she received a suggestion from an academic counselor to become a physical therapist instead. That suggestion completely changed the direction of her academic career but still left her with the title, “doctor.” Dr. Jackson talks about the value of having a mentor and the value they can bring…
 
Dr. Boris watched his father suffer from chronic low back pain for years. Determined to provide a better alternative to patients, he decided he wanted to go into healthcare. But which route? After dealing with some of his own rehab from football injuries, he determined that the Chiropractic path would be the best choice for him. Join us as Dr. Bori…
 
Jennifer looked up to an older relative and followed in her path to become a speech therapist. Join us as Ms. Jen helps our listeners understand what is required to become a speech language pathologist. This episode explores the joys and different avenues a speech therapist can become involved with in their career. LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com…
 
Ashley found herself in a bind: was she truly passionate about marine biology or was there a different path for her to take? Upon some deep reflection, she realized that being a physician’s assistant was the right path for her even though it wasn’t the easy path. You will learn a ton as you listen to how Ashley prepared for choosing and interviewin…
 
Welcome to the first season of the Graduate School Acceptance Academy Podcast, I am your host, Dr. Christian Robertozzi. In this episode I set the scene for what this season’s guests will share with you. Get out your pen and pad because there is a TON of valuable insight about what it takes to get into a healthcare program. Our guests come from a w…
 
With the unprecedented events around COVID Mona decided to leverage her polymer knowledge and apply it to better understand the Corona virus. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat…
 
The effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on congenital anomalies are unknown. The overall objective of this study is to fill this knowledge gap and delineate the effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on the risk of congenital anomalies using population-based administrative data in Ontario.…
 
Education Development Associates (EDAs) are graduate students who work closely with an Educational Developer at the Centre of Teaching and Learning (CTL) to design and deliver programming to support graduate students’ and post-doctoral fellows’ ongoing professional development as educators. In this episode of grad chat, Karalyn McRae and Clarissa d…
 
Ali Sheikh (Mechanical & Materials Engineering) -Acoustics and the Aviation Industry. Synopsis of Research: A novel acoustic panel that allows for sub-wavelength attenuation of specific, tunable frequencies at ultra-thin depths.Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Assessing how to guide the selection of appropriate treatments using polymers for environmental remediation. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat…
 
Isabella’s research stems from a desire to learn more about the biological basis of narcolepsy, a sleep disorder characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness and “sleep attacks”. The cause of narcolepsy has previously been linked to a neuropeptide called orexin that is involved in keeping us awake. When orexin signalling is disrupted, either by al…
 
Ozlem investigates five Trump Era narratives of irregular migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States with respect to their discussion of justice. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/s…
 
Our lab studies immune dysfunction within the female gynecological disease of endometriosis. My specific project is looking at the relationship between a protein called interleukin 33, or IL-33, and a type of immune cell known as group 2 innate lymphoid cells, and how their contributing to disease severity and symptomology. For upcoming interviews …
 
Ever wondered what it means for students to practice presenting and talking about their research? Then this session runs through just that. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat…
 
I research how humans perceive liminal animals in Western society – which is very negatively – and how we could improve this. To establish that this perception is rooted within our cultural understanding of liminal animals, I built on personal experience of living in multiple countries all over the world as well as research done by other scholars a…
 
OR in other words – Precisely and Reliably Capturing Tiny Liquid Volumes The challenge of pipetting small volumes, i.e., sub-microliter amounts, is ubiquitous among the fields of biology, chemistry, and engineering. While accurately and precisely pipetting at the sub-microliter level is indeed a dilemma, the issue is further compounded when dealing…
 
Everyone’s immune systems work a bit differently. Many Canadians have allergic diseases such as asthma, food allergy and allergic rhinitis. These people are subject to Th2 skewing which is when there is more Th2 cytokines in their body. It is unknown if underlying Th2 skewing impacts one’s response to the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine. Understanding the an…
 
Interprofessional education (IPE) activities have occurred in health education institutions in over 40 countries worldwide (Herath et al., 2017). The World Health Organization (2010) defines interprofessional education as students from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve healt…
 
Overview of the tapestry of Canadian law that governs privacy, especially around photo/video gathering and use at higher education institutions in Canada. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad…
 
The aim of this dissertation is to address notable gaps in the literature on social prescribing, namely the lack of an agreed definition of social prescribing and the lack of evidence around social prescribing for children and youth. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chap webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies website – h…
 
In this episode of Grad Chat, host Colette Steer sits down with Julia Hale who just defended her Master of Education thesis on the “Connection between physical coordination and school success in high school students.” Hale’s work was supervised by Dr. Kristy Timmons.Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
In this episode of Talking Practice, host Grace La interviews Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam, principals and co-founders of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects in Atlanta, Georgia. Shortly after their studies, Mack and Merrill began their professional careers at Heery and Heery in Atlanta, Georgia, where the duo developed a deep appreciation for the …
 
India, over 6 million primary school-age children do not attend school, and among them, children with disabilities are disproportionately represented. The school’s built environment is one important aspect that influences access to education as it can enable or restrict the participation of children with disabilities.…
 
Alyssa studies the indirect victims of workplace safety incidents, from family members to leaders at work. Her goal is to gain an understanding of how best we can support leaders and families when severe safety incidents and tragedies occur.Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Yiyi’s research engages in a critical dialogue between contemporary environmental writing and ecocriticism in China and the Asian North American context. Specifically, she introduces recent scholarly developments in contemporary Chinese ecocriticism, including increasing interest in Chinese North American environmental literature, to Western academ…
 
A geochemical and mineralogical study of drill core fracture coatings from the Oberon gold deposit, Northern Territory, Australia. Understanding how elements move around near ore systems and how those signatures are recorded within the surrounding rocks and overburden is very important for reducing the search space in mineral exploration, which in …
 
This doctoral research-creation project uses an embodied auto-ethnographic methodology to investigate how comics about sexual violence can reduce survivors’ risk of reception (the risk of being triggered) through the implementation of distancing narrative features (aesthetics that provide emotional distance). Melanie has also co-authored a book cal…
 
University researchers from the Beaty Water Research Centre (BWRC) with universities and utility companies across Ontario are collaborating through the Wastewater Surveillance Initiative (WSI). Through the collaborative efforts of scientists, engineers and epidemiologists, wastewater surveillance of COVID-19 RNA has rapidly evolved.…
 
In cadaveric biomechanics, fresh-frozen (FF) thawed specimens are considered the industry standard; maintaining high fidelity to in vivo counterparts. However, longevity concerns associated with rapid decomposition of soft tissues result in low reproducibility of testing and a short working window for these specimens. There are alternatives, but wh…
 
Using an interdisciplinary approach, Bryan questions how farmers in our region are coping with some of the agriculture sectors biggest risks; climate change, environmental degradation, and market volatility. Studying a diverse set of farmers, ranging from small scale organic vegetable farmers to large scale corn and soy farmers, reveals varying ide…
 
Exploring how those involved in parasport learn about classification so as to develop, implement, and evaluate an educational tool to teach parasport stakeholders about classification.Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
While the young climate movement has gained increasing attention in popular media, the movement is still largely absent from the climate literature. The studies that have been done tend to focus on one type of activism and not include the voices of activists themselves. This research aims to understand what motivations lie behind these organization…
 
I examine what affective change towards an ethical space, process and practice of engagement can be achieved in polar bear research and management through aesthetic action? For more information on Saskia’s work go to her website – https://www.gingertheworld.com/Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Situating itself within the context of the COVID-19 outbreak that crystallizes the blurring separation between life and work, this paper explores how young graduates living in the urban in Turkey navigate uncertainty in the face of the shifting the meaning of work and education, increasing precarity and the rise of mental health issues associated w…
 
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