“How Does She Do It?” is a podcast in the Working Wisdom series from the C. T. Bauer College of Business. The podcast focuses on work, life and everything in between, featuring conversations with amazing women who have navigated and overcome obstacles to achieve personal and professional success.
From simultaneously building a professional career to nurturing a family (whether that is a spouse, children, parents or other relatives) to identifying creative and personal pursuits, many often look at a successful woman in business and wonder, How does she do it?
Through this podcast, we hope to provide an answer — she just does.
Academia is the poison. We're the antidote.
40oz Hemlock is lively yet in-depth philosophical analysis of culture, politics, science, art, music, religion, and social issues. The host, Nick, was an award-winning Philosophy instructor with a unique ability to provide a view of such topics through the lens of philosophical analysis.
The greatest stories of classic lit...without actually having to read the books
From the creators of Myths and Legends, comes an altogether same-but-different podcast set in the world of classic lit. These are the stories of Dracula, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers. They're stories written by Jane Austen, Shakespeare, and H.P. Lovecraft, but with a casual, modern tone. Listen as Jason and Carissa Weiser breathe new life into the classics and tell the stories of some of the greatest books ever written.
Welcome to Tool Talk from Exegetical Tools, where we discuss sound practices and superlative resources to help you rightly divide the Word of Truth.
We sit down (or ring up) pastors, scholars, and more to ask them about tools they're using to study the Bible, exegetical and theological issues they're currently engaging, and Scriptures that are ministering to their hearts.
For more great content, check out the website or follow us on social media @exegeticaltools!
The HEAL is a state-of-the-art, inter-disciplinary research and training environment which specializes in the production, evaluation, synthesis, dissemination and mobilization of evidence to support effective policies, programs and professional practice aimed at creating healthy and vibrant communities. We examine social and physical environments from the scale of entire regions down to the level of individual buildings or open spaces and their inhabitants. We specialize in community-based participatory research and applications of GIS for urban planning and public health.
GPSG Radio is the podcast for Indiana University’s Graduate and Professional Student Government. From the latest assembly, programming, and funding news, to our interviews with graduate students, administrators, and local businesses, this podcast is a Hoosier’s guide for learning how to make a difference in the graduate-student community and navigate life in Bloomington. It’s a podcast for graduate students, by graduate students.
A philosophy discussion between a philosophy instructor and his not-a-philosophy-instructor wife. Each episode we explore a philosophical topic and try to both learn something and have fun along the way.
By Higher Education Financial Wellness Association
Phil Schuman, Director of Financial Literacy at Indiana University and HEFW Summit Advisory Committee co-chair, sits down with members of the HEFW community to discuss the various aspects of financial wellness programs in higher education.
Green Planet - Blue Planet Podcast - where you get to hear the stories and insights from Entrepreneurs, Social Changemakers & Artists - displaying how each and everyone's uniqueness makes this planet worth living on.
Our weekly podcast features current student voices and ways for them to enrich their time at Hamline, the insights of recent graduates, tools and resources presented by staff and faculty, area employers, special topics and much more! Get to know us better at hamline.edu/cdc
By Erik Stark (Negotiation and Marketing) and Steven Mills (Business Development and Visionary) Talk Real Estate, Finance and Acquisition.
Real Estate While You Drive is a weekly quick tip podcast (typically less than 30 minutes) that focuses on simple to implement strategies that you can apply to your real estate business. From Getting Started in Real Estate for Less Than $100 to Owner Financing Your Way to Wealth, this podcast focuses on “All Things Real Estate” and delivers in consumable 30 minute sessions. Whether you are looking to raise private money, 5 ways to structure a deal, how to grow your current real estate business or simply getting started, you will learn proven strategies, heard through real life case studies, backed with simple action steps and supported by our ongoing direct involvement with your growth.
One on One with Shermichael is a podcast hosted by CNN Political Commentator Shermichael Singleton. Shermichael discusses everything from politics, culture, and life with some of the biggest names in politics and entertainment.
Additional Eye-Opening Programs @ www.OpenandClear.com
- Tao Te Ching Originally by Lao-Tzu -
Think of the (well miss understood) "Yin/Yang". Instead of Light & Dark, or Good & Evil, it is better understood as a state within ourselves of Resistance & Acceptance. Water can also be a powerful force, as it ACCEPTS it's plummeting down a mountain and "The Way" is better grasped as "Purpose" , a hard to understand aspect of ourselves, though very apparent in our everyday experience.
Reinterpreted by eyes that have experienced beyond death. New insights come recognizing this speaks of purpose of existing, not about escaping. Join us beyond nature of the world, within nature of the Universe.
- Artistic phone-wallpaper renditions of each verse is available at https://goo.gl/umjcXy
By Dr. Saby Labor: Coach, Educator, Entrepreneur, Founder of Resilient Campus
Amplifying the voices of college inclusion innovators in higher education. The Resilient Campus Podcast is a weekly source of resilience, created in response to college professionals experiencing burnout and exhaustion doing college inclusion and social justice work. Host, Dr. Saby Labor, will interview coaches and influencers to strengthen our daily mindset so that we can sustain this work collectively. Whether you have diversity and inclusion in your professional responsibilities or you work in another functional area and build campus movements because that's just who you are - this podcast is for you.
En un mundo digital el podcast de Red Universitaria existe para alcanzar, discipular y reconciliar universitarios con Dios. Este podcast tiene estudios bíblicos, preguntas y problemas comunes, entrevistas y otros episodios todo orientado a los universitarios.
From the University of Kentucky College of Social Work
Hosted by Dr. Blake Jones
Produced by Jason Johnston
Here we explore the intersection of social work research, practice and education. Our goal is to showcase once a month the amazing people associated with our college and give our listeners practical tools they can use to change the world.
Each month we have a conversation with a social work practitioner, researcher, educator or speaker to learn more about their life and work. This podcast is intended to be instructive and helpful as we explore social issues and challenges faced by the modern day social worker.
Feedback, comments or show suggestions: [email protected]
Web master: Jordan Johnson
Theme music: “Fingerdance” by Bill McLaughlin, used by permission. Learn more about Billy’s music and his amazing story here: http://www.billymclaughlin.com/
With a million different forms of education, my guests and I dive into how they learn best, biggest influences, alternative forms of education, and what fields outside their profession have impacted the work they currently do. Join us as we uncover the benefits of lateral education.
Hosted by Terry Gaspard, author of Daughters of Divorce and relationship expert, this monthly podcast is a series of interviews of daughters of divorce who share their wisdom about how you can make peace with your past and find lasting love. She explains that to be ready for love you must become what you are seeking. Real love starts with you. The more you know and understand what makes you tick the better prepared you’ll be to invite a partner into your life to create a successful relationship. Terry interviews real women who explain how to understand your past, learn to love yourself, and trust yourself and others by embracing vulnerability. Join us on our journey to love and acceptance and learn the tools to overcome the past and build a happy, long-lasting marriage.
By Nick Psaila: Business speaker, Mentor, Author, Thought Leader
The People, Profits and Purpose podcast is brought to you by celebrated business speaker, coach, mentor, author and thought leader Nick Psaila. In this podcast Nick gets to interview and unwrap his special guests by really understanding what makes them tick. Nick dives deep into the mind and business of his guests on the show, and finds out what their purpose is and how they have created their wealth.
It’s also where Nick gets to share his concepts, tools, hacks and tips to help increase your profits and help you to build your personal and business life UP!
There's a lot of great books out there but only so many hours in a day (experts believe there are between 22-27 hours in a a day). You just haven't got time to read all the books you want to - wouldn't it be great if someone could do it for you? Look no further. Each week, Mike Langley will read a book recommended by his guest and then have a conversation about it. Feel like you've read a new book without all that pesky reading!
From 580 Media, Shots with Profs is a new podcast where we sit down with the nation's top academics, pour up shots (or a glass of wine) and discuss their area of research and study. Our guests range from Jewish Zionists, to photography experts, and even leading social justice pioneers. Get lit. Get learned.
In the College Hacked podcast, Clifford Stumme and Caleb Childers explain how you earn your bachelor's degree while defeating student debt by earning non-traditional credit! They explain how to pass any credit-by-exam test, other ways to earn credit, how to get the most out of a non-traditional college degree, and more! The average student debt in 2017 was over $30k! And we know how you can reduce that to ZERO using these methods that the colleges themselves accept and encourage but that no one seems to know about or how to use. And we understand that! Some of this stuff is confusing, so we explain it all for you! Get ready to save money, get your degree, and defeat student debt!
It's "This Exonian Life." I'm Nick Song. Each episode, we bring you the stories heard on and around Exeter's campus. We believe that everyone (yes, even you!) has a story to tell. The stories we put out range from interviews with accomplished assembly speakers, to the conversations held in a friend's dorm room in the middle of the night.
"This Exonian Life" is unaffiliated with Phillips Exeter Academy and produced by Nick Song, Class of '18.
By Nathan Dollinger | Discussing Healthcare, Medicine, and Wellness
The Future of Healthcare is a discussion with current health professionals from all across the healthcare landscape from physicians and nurses to biomedical engineers and politicians. Each episode we dig deeper into healthcare as we expand our understanding of what the future of healthcare looks like and how we can be prepared to make an impact in it. Join the journey as we discover the future of healthcare!
Transitions can be daunting, and the transition to a university environment can be especially filled with both challenge and reward. This Northwestern Life exists to collect and share some of the many stories of Northwestern students in their personal transitional journeys. It is often easy for us to latch on to dominant narratives of what a "right" Northwestern direction is - through this podcast, we seek to lend real student voices to the broad scope of lived experiences on our campus. From friendships and student organizations to campus activism and the winter blues, we invite you to join your peers as they reflect on both struggles and successes from their first year and beyond.
Welcome to This Northwestern Life.
Combat and Classics is a series of podcasts and free online seminars for active duty, reserve, and veteran U.S. military members, sponsored by St. John’s College. The podcasts and seminars encourage deep thought and reflection by leaders in the company of their peers. In the discussion-based seminars devoted to what a leader must be and know, participants study historical and fictional leaders from the great books of the western canon. We examine techniques and examples of persuasion and fundamental questions on the nature of man. When participants take the time to reflect, with their peers, on the principles of leadership, they find that they return to their lives and professional positions energized and focused, with a deeper understanding of the context of their decisions, decision-making processes, and leadership roles.
Partnered with the University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice, this podcast aims to educate, inform, and promote awareness of criminal justice issues and research. http://cech.uc.edu/criminaljustice.html
Alumni AudioLab is a monthly podcast series where alumni of the OeAD talk about themselves and their research. The OeAD brings together researchers from all over the world and from different fields of research who spent part of their research career in Austria – some of them have even stayed here. In the Alumni AudioLab they tell their stories, talk about their scientific ambitions, their motivations and their personal backgrounds. It is an open format for all those who are not only interested in science as such but also in the people behind it.
The Finding Your First Career Podcast helps you with one of the most important decisions you will ever make: selecting the right career for you. This podcast will help you explore career options and give you the tools needed to have an advantage as you compete to land a job in the career you've chosen.
By Dr. Rebecca Porter PHD, RN, Dr. Tess Judge-Ellis DNP, ARNP, FAANP and Dr. Andrew Whitters DNP, ARNP
As the friends of Flo we talk about the issues that nurses care about. Because that is what we care about.
Follow our panel of fantastic Nurses:
Dr. Rebecca Porter PHD, RN
Dr. Tess Judge-Ellis DNP, ARNP, FAANP
Dr. Andrew Whitters DNP, ARNP
Friends of Flo is brought to you by NCLEX Mastery.
Sydney Screen Studies Network Talks is a research-led podcast covering all aspects of film, television, and screen-based media. Scholars and graduate students from Sydney share their research, discuss screen culture and history, and debate the latest film and television releases and technology.
Mammoth Science is a podcast by the students at the Western Center Academy, a highly acclaimed STEM school in Hemet, CA. Students summarize cutting edge research and interview researchers about their work.
The premiere podcast for psychiatrists, psychiatry residents, and other mental health professionals interested in strengthening their knowledge of the fundamental concepts of psychiatry and learning the latest news in the treatment of mental health disorders. Hosted by Sarah DeLeon, MD, a third year psychiatry resident.
A podcast miniseries featuring conversations with Duke University graduate students about the opportunities and challenges they face during their journeys through graduate school. Produced by Stefan Waldschmidt for the Duke Graduate School.
Day One features thought-provoking conversations with policy experts at Harris Public Policy. Let our faculty, students and guests guide you beyond the headlines with hard evidence and sharp analysis, as they share their groundbreaking work in politics, health, economics, crime, science, education, and much more.
By Sonny D - Entrepreneur, Business Strategist, Blogger, Salon Owner and Stylist
The first 12-18 months is when statistically the biggest amount of attrition occurs. Why do so many people not hit the levels of success that they set out to? When I graduated I was scared by this statistic and I've now decided to do something about it. This podcast will discuss topics such as interviewing, knowing the important numbers, increasing your income, how to set goals and hit them and a whole lot more!
Welcome to the PA Life Podcast with your host Stephen Pasquini PA-C where I explore everything Physician Assistant. Whether you’re a practicing PA like me, a stressed out PA student or a future PA to be, this podcast has something for everyone. *Warning this podcast is highly addictive and may lead to overwhelming urges to become a physician assistant.
Millennial Mind Shifts is a collection of interviews and insights from young millennials and thought leaders who have achieved massive success in their lives professionally and personally.The insights from these exclusive interviews can not only save young professionals a lot of valuable time but also a lot of money.
Harry Hawk presents Talking About Everything. Rants and interviews about society, marketing, food, technology, media, fun, games, education, funny stories, science, food, burgers, cars, art and odd art, plus everything else... Talk back on Twitter @hhawk.
Conversations from Penn State on the death and life of American college towns. Hosted by Tom Shakely, Chris Buchignani, and Kevin Horne in Central Pennsylvania’s Happy Valley, the show brings together a rotating cast to talk through how to conserve or create better communities through culture.
Greetings and welcome to the Nothing Never Happens podcast. I’m Tina Pippin, your host, on a journey into educational or pedagogical theory and questions of democracy, freedom, and liberatory teaching. I am creating an episodic podcast series on critical pedagogy which investigates issues around power and authority in the classroom, democratic practices, popular education models, radical and anarchist educational theories and general dreaming of a better world with our students and community partners.
Not Entirely Accurate is a freestyle podcast that covers a wide spectrum of subjects associated with our human existence... What the hell does that mean you may ask yourself. Good question. Think Joe Rogan podcast. Got it? Cool. Now that we covered that, would you like the Blue pill or the Red pill?
Welcome to Real Movies with REAL Men, the worlds FIRST and ONLY movie talkshow podcast!
REAL Men! Assemble!
The world is in complete peril right now! Plagued by factory line superhero movies, horribly needless remakes, and the ever so dreaded Adam Sandler “films”. Is there no silence to this madness?! Or should you stop delaying the inevitable and just slice open those wrists right now?!
Well guess what idiot! We’re here to help. Because what this world needs most right now is REAL men complaining about things they hate on a digital medium.
Never more will you have to listen to that annoying coworker prattle on about how it’s unfair that the Fast and Furious movies never get nominated for an Oscar. You know, the same coworker that you wonder how our education system ever let slip through, and also get stricken with fear as you realize they have like three kids that they're raising.
Whenever these wastes of life start flapping their mouths, just plug in your headphones and let your ears be jerked off by the soothing sound of us! REAL men verbally abusing real movies like they’re a housewife that just overcooked dinner.
So now that I’ve won EVERYONE over with a joke about domestic abuse, make sure to tune in bi-weekly (or whenever we get around to it) and spray poison all over every movie that gets in our way!
What's the difference between an R-rated Action movie and a PG13 one? I'll give you a hint, one is a boring piece of crap and the other is R-rated.
Other topics include:
-People who clap in the movie theatre, as if the director can hear them
-Why anyone who doesn't like Back To The Future is a complete scumbag
-Why not all Anime fans are perverts...but ALL perverts are Anime fans.
Rants about shouting in the movie theatre and masturbating in the shower.
By National Defense University Foundation Inc., Mark Phillips
Defense Matters is a podcast series on various national defense and foreign affairs topics produced by the National Defense University Foundation Inc. The National Defense University Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the mission of raising awareness and funds in support of the mission and scholarship of the National Defense University.
University Relations in the CU Office of the President has launched a monthly audio podcast, “CU on the Air,” featuring faculty and staff throughout the university system who are leading experts in their field. The podcast will promote the value of CU to the state and well beyond, and will be informational, relevant and entertaining. Ken McConnellogue, vice president for university communication, will be the host.
BBB Chatter is a feature of my blog where I chat to women. They're kind enough to let me get up in their business. Which usually includes topics such as their children, unconventional lives and how it translates day to day.
Dieser Podcast von Tobias Raff dreht sich um die Themen Politik, Gesellschaft und Umwelt. Hier werden aktuelle Themen analysiert und bewertet.
Von Zeit zu Zeit kommen Experten verschiedener Fachgebiete zu Wort. Berichte von spezifischen Events sind ebenfalls fester Bestandteil dieses Podcasts. Viel Spaß beim Hören!
By Teacher Amy : English Teacher and Business English Course Creator
The Business English Club Podcast is for intermediate Business English learners. The show includes short talks on business topics with a focus on Business English vocabulary, grammar and business expressions. Recommended for TOEIC test takers.
Work doesn't have to suck. Stanford Engineering Professor Bob Sutton is on a mission to understand friction, that phenomenon that frustrates employees, fatigues teams, and causes organizations to flounder and fail. Loaded with raw and hilarious stories of bureaucratic brilliance, madness, and idiotic inertia, FRICTION unveils powerful tactics to improve the way we work. Listen up as Bob and his guests laugh in the face of petty tyrants, worst practices, and misguided incentives while distilling evidenced-based insights. Guests include Silicon Valley experts Kim Scott and Michael Dearing and academic leaders from Stanford University and beyond. FRICTION is a Stanford eCorner original series.
V našich podcastoch sa bavíme o veciach súvisiacich s STU a teda takmer o všetkom.
Podcast vznikol ako projekt prvého univerzitného národa na Slovensku - Národ Technickej Excelencie http://nationofte.sk/
On The Brink is a podcast where the goal is to help you better "see, feel and think" about your business, your job, your personal life and your purpose. There will be great interviews and conversations with people who are deeply involved in change—consultants, change agents, managers transforming their teams, entrepreneurs just starting out and CEOs running well-established companies.
By Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
Too many young adults today are struggling to start great professional careers right after college. With the cost of education skyrocketing, recent graduates can’t afford to waste months on fruitless jobs searches. Emily Benson and Susan Hay, two college-to-career coaches, “get real” with college students, recent grads and their parents to talk about the challenges of moving from college into career. Their experiences as coaches, as well as their backgrounds in human resources, recruiting and academia have honed their expertise in helping college students and recent grads launch their careers. This podcast is packed with stories and great advice for making the transition from “student” to “professional” as smooth as possible. Guests are also brought in to share their experiences and knowledge. Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/LaunchingUCollegeToCareer/
The Liberty Lifestyle Podcast - Giving Truth The Liberty of Appearing.
In this series, I will be bringing on people from all over the world who are exploring and living their Liberty Lifestyles.
“Freedom had been hunted round the globe;
reason was considered as rebellion;
and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think.
But such is the irresistible nature of truth,
that all it asks, and all it wants,
is the liberty of appearing.”
– Thomas Paine – Rights Of Man
You can email me with questions about the show @ [email protected]
Money Mantra is a podcast about money and mental health where host Cesar "V!sual" Zamudio interviews a diverse range of guest including entrepreneurs, actors, artist , yoga instructors, life coaches and much more. Each episode details the different streams of revenue for each, their worst financial moment, a recent action towards personal development plus more. Each episode ends with guest sharing their strengths and weakness with money and personal mindset, resources that help them with their goals, plus a few more including what they would do or may have already done with their first million dollars !
In unserem Podcast sprechen wir – Youri, Julian und Jonathan – über unsere Selbstständigkeit als Unternehmer. Wir berichten von Erlebnissen, Gedanken und Erfahrungen, die es Wert sind, sie mit Dir zu teilen, von Sonnenschein bis zu den Schattenseiten. Wir wollen, dass DU erkennst, wie hart dieser Weg ist, aber auch wie lohnenswert. Wir wollen, dass auch DU diesen Weg mit Begeisterung bewältigst, denn wir wissen: Es lohnt sich!
"360 Pelvic Health with Dr. Crites-Bachert" is a video series featuring Dr. Melanie Crites-Bachert of The 360 Pelvic Health Institute, a division of The Center for Men's and Women's Urology in Gresham, Oregon, USA
Sermon teachings by Brother Carroll Roberson. Brother Carroll has been in ministry for over 30 years, he is an evangelist and travels all over the world sharing the "Hebrew Roots" of the Christian faith.
Learn from me, Jamal Murray, all of the things in life that most people are afraid to discuss. I became a minister at age 12 in the baptist church and since then I have learned so much. And all though I never graduated college or finished my term in the Air Force, I bring a lot of good experiences from both. From politics to mental health, all the way to spirituality, I do the research and deliver the info to you in Ear Talk.