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The Black Excellence in Higher Education Podcast is produced by Black Programs at New Mexico State University. This podcast serves as a bridge that connects students with black faculty and staff to form and build meaningful relationships. It also provides a platform to showcase the talents and contributions of our esteemed faculty and staff. It offers as a window for prospective employees to learn about New Mexico State University. Our guests share their expertise, perspectives and experienc ...
 
With the understanding that ABPsi cannot grow without the continued engagement and support from student voices, the SC board has begun producing our own podcast, Rooted. In 20 to 30 minute segments, students are encouraged to highlight their struggles, successes, and passions as they pertain to African/Black Psychology. Our podcasts endeavor to focus on the spiritual, professional, and emotional dimensions of the student experience and empower members to become involved in spreading ABPsi’s ...
 
The Student Loan Podcast is your source for the latest and not-so-greatest on the rising cost of higher education. Student loan debt and tuition costs continue to rise and we will work together so that we do not get caught in the tide. Join Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez as they discuss student loans, tuition, and everything in between. Visit www.thestudentloanpodcast.com for more information.
 
The Student Union is a show for college students, as well as all those who work with, love, and care for them. Join us each week as we explore the many and diverse issues that college students face as well as offer ideas and support for everyone engaged in campus ministry in and around the collegiate community. The Student Union is produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
 
That Black Theatre Podcast is a podcast about Black theatre, Black creativity and blackness in Britain, hosted by PhD student Nadine Deller and her sister Nadia Deller. Hear stories about and from the leaders of Black British theatre, from 1900 to today.A podcast from the National Theatre’s Black Plays Archive, in partnership with Central School of Speech and Drama and the London Arts and Humanities Partnership. Listen weekly on Mondays from 28 September 2020.
 
This podcast is about the life of a 21-year-old black female college student. It’s going to be about the ups and downs and the things you do to get through school life. It is going to be about parents, also doing recreational things in your spare time.. and about relationships, love, marriage. That’s what it’s going to about.
 
Produced live at WGBH Studios in Boston, Basic Black *is the longest-running program on public television focusing on the interests of people of color. The show, which was originally called *Say Brother, was created in 1968 during the height of the civil rights movement as a response to the demand for public television programs reflecting the concerns of communities of color. Each episode features a panel discussion across geographic borders and generational lines with the most current stori ...
 
Raw Talk is a graduate student-run podcast at the University of Toronto about medical science, and the people who make it happen. We focus on the journeys, perspectives, and expertise of health researchers, professionals, students, patients, and community members at the University of Toronto and beyond. Our mission is to promote a research culture within the Faculty of Medicine and broader life science student community; provide guidance to current and prospective graduate students; and to e ...
 
This Week in Education is a video show that breakdowns the biggest stories and latest trends in education in roughly 10 minutes. Your host, EJ Carrion, is an award-winning social entrepreneur, EdTech CEO, and public speaker who will offer timely insights, witty comments, and real conversations with industry leaders who are doing meaningful work during these historic times. The podcast will include extended discussions that do not air on the weekly show but perfect for people who want to go i ...
 
Saitou Eijirou was an 'elite'; a top student from a prestigious Japanese Medical University. But he's trading in his textbooks for tongue depressors, and committing to his new job as intern at the University Hospital. The long stress-filled hours take their toll as medical ideology strains under the weight of real-world practice. Saito wants to do good, but he's beset by an entrenched and sometimes corrupt medical system. If he wants to save lives, Saito must make compromises. But if he sacr ...
 
Welcome to Melan-in-White Coat Podcast. During the journey of this podcast, we plan to talk about many topics which will enlighten you about our experiences as professional students and as well as topics we encounter in culture and society. Join us as we engage in discussion and conversation that will elevate our community on a national and global scale. We appreciate you checking our page out.
 
Just like any podcast we aim to stand out, We are an active podcast grouped together like a link in a chain looking to broadcast our sessions as well as explaining, talking about, and exploring the beauty of life. This podcast is intended for people who are outgoing, confident, and holistically an awesome person. Not only will our podcast have unique topics but just genuinely unique people talking on them as well. As a small podcast we distribute our knowledge through conversation and give o ...
 
Phil's Philosophies is a podcast hosted by Phillip Warfield, a history Ph.D student living in Washington, D.C. Our show tackles subjects surrounding race, culture, and identity while striving for an inclusive conversation that connects each of us to an ongoing collective story to discover our spark--what's meaningful and impactful in each of our lives. As the host learns from his community, you're more than just a fly on the wall, you're an active participant. An ignorant person will make yo ...
 
Today Blacks and Latinos only make up 4 to 5 percent of the tech workforce, as a result, young people of color are not confident about their ability to become successful in the tech industry. Students are five times more likely to take an interest in computer science if they often see people who look like them in that field (Gallup/Google). In honor of Black History Month, Black Voices in Tech aims to do just that by bringing in successful men/women of color making history today, to speak an ...
 
Scicomm for you sis! The Research Her highlights Black women researchers and research topics relevant to wellbeing. Essentially, it's your source for sisterly science. We dive into biology, sexuality, behavioral and physical science, and everything in between. Research Scientist, Dr. Elissia Tenea, is a chemist and science communicator who brings the realness to keep us improving our lifestyle. You're guaranteed to love it here!
 
Welcome to the Culture Meets Wellness podcast (formerly known as the Anona Wellness Podcast), where we are breaking down cultural barriers to accessing wellness. On this podcast, we will be joined by individuals from all walks of life who each share one thing in common - they are black, indigenous, & people of colour (BIPOC) and/or immigrants. Whether they're university students, psychotherapists, law professionals, social media influencers, industrial designers, CEOs, or somewhere in betwee ...
 
All things marketing, digital, and mindset for African entrepreneurs, professionals, creatives, & students. The Biggest Marketing Podcast in Africa. This podcast is about conversation, education, and empowerment centered around marketing. Hosted by Lebo Lion SA: THE VOICE OF MARKETING in AFRICA * 40 Under 40 Africa Business Icons 2020 *Founder of BEOPLE *SMME growth strategist who has helped build over 500 African SMME’s with her strategic marketing and digital amplification skills. Passiona ...
 
The Aggie UP Radio Channel is an online broadcast radio channel founded by Texas A&M Former Student Jennifer Thibeaux (c/o ’96). Leveraging technology and the desire to communicate to diverse audiences, Thibeaux launched the first show on April 3, 2012. The show originally launched as the Channel namesake – Aggie UP! which carried a two-person talk format that focused on a wide audience – prospective students, parents, current students, former students, and supporters of Texas A&M. The show ...
 
Your favorite biomechanics podcast! Melissa Boswell and Hannah O'Day, Ph.D. students at Stanford University, talk to researchers around the world about the exciting field of biomechanics. They also cover overcoming failures, collaborations, open science, leadership, and more. Follow Biomechanics On Our Minds on Twitter (BiomechanicsOOM) and reach out to us with any questions, suggestions, or if you want to host your own episode (biomechanicsonourminds@gmail.com)!
 
The sun sets. The moon rises. The night howls. . . . The sleepy foothills hamlet of Black Diamond is waking to a new dawn of economic prosperity. The government has announced plans to develop the Kananskis Parklands, a rugged wilderness northwest of town. Three world-class ski resorts within an hour's drive! The increase in tourist traffic will make everyone rich. . . . Wealthy businessman Gavin Freid fans a fire of discontent when he claims the Fellowship—a colony of granola-eating back-to- ...
 
The latest from the HxA podcast features the best of Heterodox Academy's panels and conversations. Earlier episodes of the HxA podcast are part of the series "Half Hour of Heterodoxy," hosted by social psychologist and co-founder of HxA, Chris Martin. Martin talks civility, polarization, truth, ideology, and pedagogy with Jon Haidt, John McWhorter, Alice Dreger, Glenn Loury, Cristine Legare, and other fascinating guests. You can find all of our recorded panels, conversations, and interviews ...
 
Kristin DiBiase, J.D., is a former law school and NCAA administrator sharing insider secrets on life, career and classes, to level the playing field for law students of color, first-generation law students, and law students with ADHD. Get candid advice (including what law schools don't want you to know!) and proven, science-driven academic strategies made for anyone who wants to learn how to optimize their law school experience for maximum results.
 
Thirsty for a nerdy discussion of science, technology, ethics, and popular fiction? Dr. Jennifer Terrell and Iris Bull (Ph.D. student) talk each week about their ongoing college course designed and organized around these topics. We start by asking, “What is the role of popular culture texts in the construction of sociotechnical ethics?” We then spend 15 weeks answering that question together using frameworks unique to the field of science and technology studies, conceived of by historians, s ...
 
Achieving equality in higher education. The stakes have never been higher. The issues never more complex. Who graduates, and why? Who is getting hired as faculty and what is their experience? In each episode, we will look at issues surrounding students, faculty, diversity and inclusion, and skyrocketing college costs. From critical conversation to news, numbers, and analysis — we’ve got you covered. You can count on Diverse’s In The Margins to bring you the latest, most relevant thought lead ...
 
The program of the SEO Conspiracy Podcast is the following: Every Monday, I receive an exclusive co-host by season for mythbusting. On Tuesday, you can get your fix of Alternative SEO News. Wednesday is reserved for longer videos. With or without a guest, I will take the time to dissects Search Engine Optimization and Digital Marketing topics. Thursday is reserved to talk about Semantic SEO and my strategy called the Topical Mesh. In a series of 52 videos, I lay out the complete plan. This i ...
 
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Join this audio interview with UC Merced Chancellor Juan Sánchez Muñoz, a first-generation college student who became a lifelong advocate for providing education and social mobility for students from underrepresented backgrounds. Hosted by Sara Weismann, this interview dives deep into the emergence of new barriers for minority students in the highe…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Daniel Jimenez: growth manager at SqlDBM and founder of Debtly. He talks about his deep interest in finance and how that interest sparked the founding of his company. We also discuss the difficulties that come with being a young startup founder and how you can outsource work without having what's considere…
 
Alejandra Acosta (@AleAcostaEd) is a policy analyst with the higher education initiative at New America. She conducts research and analysis on the equitable and ethical use of predictive analytics in higher education. In today’s Alejandra does a wonderful job of breaking what is predictive analytics exactly and how it applies to higher education an…
 
Get the book, Read Write Code: A Friendly Introduction to the World of Coding, and Why It's the New Literacy Follow Jeremy @Jkeesh on Twitter Visit Jeremy's website, thekeesh.com About the Author Jeremy Keeshin is the CEO and co-founder of CodeHS, the leading coding education platform for schools used by millions of students. He is an expert in com…
 
In this episode of The Lebo Lion Podcast we discuss the value of ideas and what you need to make your ideas truly valuable to investors and other stakeholders.Do you have a million dollar idea? Have you ever shared your ideas or want to share ideas with thought leaders & prospects? Do you want to share your innovative ideas with your boss?If you've…
 
Orlando Sentinel New afternoon update for Tuesday, April 20, 2021. DeSantis signs ‘anti-riot’ bill into law. Sparking outcry from Democrats, civil rights groups (:28) Demings says county mask mandate could be lifted by late summer (5:36) Disney at 50: Empress Lilly launches new restaurant era (9:37)על ידי Orlando Sentinel
 
Karen Kruzan '87 has hit upon a novel way to combine her social work and psychotherapy skills, as well as her innate passion for organization. For more than a decade, she has worked as certified professional organizer in chronic disorganization, "providing relief without judgment for those ready to face their organizing challenges." In this podcast…
 
On the 18th episode of the AudioBLOG, we go over the following Blog post: Does Knowing Equal Doing? Everyone KNOWS correct grammar, right? But can most English learners SPEAK with correct grammar? In this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, Al goes over why this occurs and a powerful reminder on how to fix it! Link to Original Blog Post Download Au…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Monday, April 19, 2021. Orlando sanctuary nurses largest cluster of Florida corals rescued from a devastating disease (:37) What we learned from Orlando City vs. Atlanta United season opener (6:58) Selfie WRLD opens in Florida Mall, providing Instagram-worthy photo ops (12:14)…
 
In this episode of Just John Podcast, John Turner and his guest Leah Aulisio-Sharpe talk about self-growth and how they've evolved throughout college. They are candid and share the beauty and ugliness of dying to what they once were. They delve into the ups and downs of finding themselves and how they were able to do so. They also discuss the compl…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Friday, April 16, 2021. Florida schools should not mandate face masks next school year, education commissioner says (:36) Black neighborhoods lag in COVID vaccination rates, Orange County data shows (4:42) Weekend weather presented by On Top of the World (10:51)…
 
In this episode, Diverse host David Pluviose goes one-on-one with Dr. Mangala Subramaniam, chair and director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University. Following up from a conversation that began at a Diverse roundtable during last month’s American Council on Education (ACE) annual meeting, Dr. Subramaniam …
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, April 15, 2021. DeSantis’ ban of vaccine passports could lead to a showdown with businesses in Florida (:37) Winter Park seeks donors to cover $750K funding gap for amphitheater in library, events center project (5:14) Florida Fresh Air: Tibet-Butler Preserve offers scenic hiking near Disney (8:57…
 
On this episode of the Melaninwhitecoats Podcast, student doctor Theandra Madu from Howard University College of Medicine discusses her recent experience with being diagnosed with a glioma, a benign form of brain cancer which can potentially become deadly what it meant to her while being on medical rotations and experiencing neurological symptoms s…
 
Episode Notes Today we'll start our series on teaching kindness in the classroom. I share a few definitions you can use with your students, as well as some important research about teaching kindness to our young learners. Random Acts of Kindness Resourcehttps://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kindness-Activities-and-Printables-Random-Acts-of-Ki…
 
Today we have a unique episode for you of a recorded call Daphné had with a student loan servicer. We hope that this episode will help you before you call your student loan servicer and ask for details about your student loans. As you’ve heard from other guests of the show, the first step you need to take in paying of your student loans is gatherin…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Need to rent a car? U.S. shortage of vehicles means you could pay up to $500 a day in Florida (:28) Disney’s inclusion push includes updated rules on tattoos, jewelry, hair for cast members (2:35) Imagine if Derek Chauvin’s identity had been kept secret, now say hello to Florida |…
 
About the Author Robert Slavin, PhD is a distinguished professor and director of the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University. A member of the National Academy of Education, he is the author of more than 300 articles and books, including the textbook, Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice. He is co-founder of th…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Tuesday, April 13, 2021. DeSantis agrees to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine in Florida but calls risk minimal (:26) Orange County could soon relax some mask, social distancing requirements, Mayor Jerry Demings says (4:39) More than 60%: Unvaccinated nursing home workers cost families dearly | Commentary (8:…
 
Black On Both Sides Episode #119 Question of the day…Who is your favorite CrackHead? I know. It sounds hateful. It sounds dismissive. But if you had to pick one, who would it be? Many people would say Tyrone Biggums. Some would say their uncle. A couple would say the guy I knew that used to have a fully mobile (He walked to you) car wash in the hoo…
 
If you've been watching Bridgerton, you've probably heard of Lady Whistledown. She's an elusive figure with an unknown identity (that I won't spoil) who spills all the tea about the elite in London, England. The Americans listening to this pod don't drink tea like their British counterparts, but they sure do love to spill it all the same. Our tea, …
 
Dr. Marcy Zipke, professor of elementary and special education, teaches language and literacy courses at PC. In her latest book, Playing With Language: Improving Elementary Reading Through Metalinguistic Awareness, she shares fun and engaging ways that teachers and families can help children think about words and sounds to build skills for reading,…
 
On the 14th episode of Speaking Skills, we learn how to master this skill: Expressing Likes and Dislikes I’m sure most of you can do this on a basic level. We all know and can say “I like…” or “I don’t like…” But, what if you want to make that a little more polite or soft? Or how about if you want to express yourself in an enthusiastic way? In this…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Monday, April 12, 2021. Florida waives school testing rules, removes high-stakes consequences for promotion, graduation, grades (:34) Darden chief, other restaurant owners wonder about future of takeout after the pandemic (5:04)על ידי Orlando Sentinel
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Friday, April 9, 2021. DeSantis sues CDC, Biden administration over cruise ship shutdown (:38) Orange County Convention Center site to close at the end of May, as county launches mobile site (5:44) Orlando condo prices nearly flat as home prices soared in past year (9:14) Weekend weather presented by On Top…
 
#SEL​ #SEELearning​ #DalaiLama​ Are you looking to implement an SEL curriculum district-wide? We sit down with Dianne Acuna Andree and Ben Knaebel from City Schools of Decatur who implemented SEE Learning, a new K-12 education program started by Emory University and the Dalai Lama after their community experienced a challenging year ignited by the …
 
Learn how to support Black male teachers and educators with Dr. Baron R. Davis, superintendent of Richland School District Two. Increasing the Black male teacher representation in schools across the nation requires strategic planning, including collaborative efforts at the national, state, district, and local levels. A long-term commitment of resou…
 
#antimarginalization​ #antiracistschools​ #curriculum​ ICSD's Anti-marginalization curriculum: https://www.ithacacityschools.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=1346​ As Americans, we are not just enduring a health pandemic but a racial pandemic reeled with deadly hate crimes and violence. Responding to the moment, districts across the country are accelera…
 
With COVID still persisting on a national and global scale, already existing issues have been exacerbated by this ongoing pandemic, particularly with food-insecure students. Countless students are currently feeling a rise in the pressures of food insecurity, leading Broward College President Gregory Adam Haile to innovate a series of solutions that…
 
Get the book, Why We Teach: Preparing Young People For A Future That's Here Visit John's Website, JohnGCorrigan.com About the Author John Corrigan, MBA is a Melbourne-based author and consultant who helps schools operate to their full human potential.על ידי Justin Baeder
 
In our continuing series on Growth, Rev. Ken Dill speaks with Julie Reininga, Director of Athletics and Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, about her journey with the Lord and her time at SWU over these last 9 years. Julie also discusses her previous diagnosis of alopecia universalis and her subsequent struggles for identity. Listen in as your faith wil…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Thursday, April 8, 2021. Orange County gets $5.5 million from feds for Hurricane Irma clean-up (:35) State prisons set to receive 33k doses of COVID-19 vaccine (4:15) Florida Fresh Air: Barnett Park provides urban outdoor space, basketball, gym, disc golf (8:22) Weather presented by Premier Sotheby’s Intern…
 
We had an amazing conversation with Kharma Foucher who talks about how to make research patient-centric and integrate biomechanics and clinical outcomes. She also shares her experiences being part of teams that are focusing on inclusion and diversity in science, as well as what it means to her to be a good mentor. She encourages others to focus on …
 
Episode Notes Today we'll talk about introducing boundaries to our students and helping them set and keep healthy boundaries. Kindness Curriculumhttps://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kindness-Digital-and-Printable-Activities-Social-Emotional-Learning-2685302 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.…
 
For many people, childhood memories hold a special place in our hearts. Childhood experiences also impact our journey through life, shaping our personality, relationships, and conceptions of right and wrong. But not all childhood memories are bright, and many children suffer significant trauma through maltreatment by family members or other trusted…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon for Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Osceola sheriff calls for funding to expand traffic unit after child killed in street race (:26) DeSantis’ impulsive ban on ‘vaccination passports’ could have unintended consequences | Editorial (5:50) Why do we love animals so much? Art exhibit illuminates (10:49)…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Darius Gant, founder of Tesoro AI an artificial intelligence startup, investment professional, as well as a former professional basket player. He talks about how his passion for basketball would change and evolve into passion for the tech industry: especially as founder and investor. He also shares the imp…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Tuesday, April 6, 2021. On first day of expanding eligibility, teens and 20-somethings flock to Orlando FEMA site (:29) Scott Maxwell: No sympathy for tantrum-throwing anti-maskers arrested at Disney and other Florida businesses | Commentary (5:33) 5 local beers for National Beer Day (10:17)…
 
Is it a good idea to use Google Disavow Tool to clean up your link profile for SEO? As always, this is only our opinion. Please don't hesitate to share your point of view on the topics covered in this video. I never take for granted the time you spend to watch our content. There is way too much BS talk in the SEO industry. Let's cut throughout the …
 
John is back with another episode of Just John Podcast. In the episode John and his guest Malick Mercier are very REAL and discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the journalism industry. They talk about what it's like being a Black male in journalism and the racism they've experienced as student journalists. They also discuss what needs to happ…
 
One year into the COVID pandemic, Sarah Heavren '21 is documenting this period of history through a research project with the Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence Public Library, and Phillips Memorial Library's Archives and Special Collections. Heavren is recording Zoom interviews to create an oral history of how members of the Providence Co…
 
Orlando Sentinel Now afternoon update for Monday, April 5, 2021. Gov. Ron DeSantis bans all Florida businesses from requiring ‘vaccination passports’ in executive order (:38) Kissimmee resort abruptly closes; guests report being kicked out, not given refunds (4:11) Restaurants in Orlando and the rest of U.S. struggle with hiring workers (7:30)…
 
On the 6th episode of Current Events, Al goes over the latest news regarding the George Floyd murder case. On May 25th, 2020 George Floyd tragically died after an encounter with police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A video in which this encounter was captured spread around the world and sparked riots in many cities across the United States. D…
 
“The message that Black America cannot succeed significantly…until there is a vast overturning...of the very psychological nature of being an American person...then to be a Black American person is to be circumscribed by racism…” In February, John McWhorter joined HxA for a conversation with Amna Khalid about viewpoint diversity among Black intelle…
 
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