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Academicasaurus Podcast

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Academicasaurus Podcast

Bird Stuff Podcasts

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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.
 
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.
 
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Academic Writing Amplified

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Academic Writing Amplified

Cathy Mazak, PhD

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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.
 
A monthly podcast that translates coaching related theory into practice. Each month, I take a new piece of cutting edge research and discuss what this means for your coaching practice. Hosted by Dr Rebecca J Jones who is a coaching researcher and an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School in the UK.
 
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 ...
 
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Love, Academic Writing

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Love, Academic Writing

Dr. Lee M. Pierce and Dr. Allison Harbin

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Love it or leave it, or suffer endless procrastination misery and then die a slow lonely death. This podcast explores the writing process as integral to the “what” intellectuals of all stripes write about. Featuring live workshops and coaching with two hardened sea witches—one a professor and the other an exiled academic. Get ready to love academic writing.
 
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Academic Aunties

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Academic Aunties

Ethel Tungohan

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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 ...
 
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/
 
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Academical

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Academical

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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Sua Vida Acadêmica

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Sua Vida Acadêmica

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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Acadêmicos da ZN

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Acadêmicos da ZN

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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Academic Writing Podcasts

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Academic Writing Podcasts

Academic Writing Center at Higher School of Economics

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Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at http://academics.hse.ru/podcasts
 
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In this episode, Holly and I are joined by Dr Julia Carden and we discuss Julia’s research paper that seeks to understand how we should define self-awareness.The study we are discussing in this episode is Carden, J., Jones, R. J., & Passmore, J. (2022). Defining self-awareness in the context of adult development: a systematic literature review. Jou…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Ellen Synder-Grenier’s career as a curator and public historian How Henry Street helped its neighbors survive the 1918 pandemic A discussion of the book The House on Henry Street Today’s book is: The House on Henry Street: The Enduring Life of a Lower East Side Settlement, which chron…
 
On Wiki Education Week: What are the benefits of using Wikipedia in the classroom? Matthew Vetter, associate professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, asked around to find the answer. Dr. Matthew Vetter is an Associate Professor of English and affiliate faculty in the Composition and Applied Linguistics PhD Program at Indiana Univ…
 
This episode is the audio replay of the Amplify info session. Even if you’re not pre-tenure or thinking about a program right now, this episode will help you understand the reality of the tenure track, showcase some accomplishments of Amplify grads, and lay out the framework the program is based on. This session will show you all about going up for…
 
Abstract: In this exclusive episode, Elizabeth and Karin have Marcos Cabotá as their guest. They discuss the documentary in an academic setting and also discuss Marsos’ documentary Sonic Fantasy. A lot of wise words, great questions with great answers and all in all a lovely and necessary interview. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “…
 
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: • Review types of muscle fibers and types of muscle contraction• Define aerobic exercise and physical activity guidelines from the US department of health and human services• Describe the va…
 
Guests Chirag Bhat, MD, and Warren Cheung, MD, MMEd, join hosts Toni Gallo and associate editor Teresa Chan, MD, MHPE, to discuss their research into nurses’ perspectives about giving feedback on residents’ clinical performance. They share their findings regarding the unique perspective nurses can offer, the barriers nurses face in providing feedba…
 
You're totally on board in theory with the idea of being kinder to yourself - it's just that your self-criticism helps you succeed, right? And while you recognise that overwork is a problem, you can't make time for rest, because then you'd fall behind, wouldn't you? Friend, don't take this the wrong way, but you have no idea what you're on about. T…
 
Guest: Edward Jauch MD, MS (Chief of System Research, Mission Health System, Asheville, NC) Host: Jason Woods MD References: Jauch EC, Cucchiara B, Adeoye O, Meurer W, Brice J, Chan YY, Gentile N, Hazinski MF. Part 11: adult stroke: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circu…
 
Cluster headaches are often considered one of the most painful human experiences. They are short (lasting usually 15-180 minutes), frequent (up to 8 a day), unilateral headaches behind or around the eye often with ipsilateral autonomic symptoms and restlessness. While migraines and tension headaches are seen frequently in the emergency department, …
 
Dr Lori Gano-Overway is the director of and instructor in the coaching education minor program at James Madison University. She has been involved in coaching education for over 20 years teaching coaching courses and workshops, collaborating with coaches on creating environments that foster positive experiences and performance enhancement outcomes f…
 
As universities grapple with what it means to take seriously the imperative to green our campuses and research practice, this episode explodes the colour green: to consider the importance of indigenous knowledge, the relationship between ecological and social diversity and how envy and competition shape our relationship to academic work. In this ep…
 
Get ready for the Love Academic Writing (and hopefully other kinds of writing too) podcast! Hosted by Dr. Lee Pierce, assistant professor and rhetorical scholar, and Dr. Allison Harbin, academic-exile, freelance writer, blogger, and dev editor. Together, they are the Love Writing Doctors! (It’s funny because they ARE doctors). They are here to help…
 
On Wiki Education Week: Everyone can work to combat misinformation. Naniette Coleman, PhD candidate in sociology at the University of California Berkeley, determines how Wikipedia can help. Naniette H. Coleman is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of California Berkeley and a multi-year UC-National Laboratory Graduate Fellow (Los Alamos…
 
On Wiki Education Week: Not all groups have the same representation on Wikipedia. Zachary McDowell, assistant professor in the department of communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago, discusses one example. Zachary J. McDowell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois, Chicago. His resea…
 
On Wiki Education Week: What responsibilities do authors have on a public forum? Trudi Jacobson, extraordinary professor at North-West University, explores this question. Trudi Jacobson holds the rank of Distinguished Librarian Emerita at the University at Albany. Her career has focused on the intersections of pedagogy and information literacy. She…
 
June 12, 2021 The right form of care for those suffering dementia is critical. Dena Davis, professor in bioethics at Lehigh University, looks into what Americans want for themselves when in that situation. Dena S. Davis is professor emerita at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, and is now a professor at Lehigh University, where she teaches primaril…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Why the AAUP was formed. Their role in supporting academic freedom. Why the threat to tenure is a threat to higher education. The importance of collective bargaining, and of transparency in academic salaries. Our guest is: Dr. Irene Mulvey, who is a Professor of Mathematics at Fairfie…
 
How do we go beyond the diagnosis to help families cope? Today on The Academic Minute: Steven Walkley, professor of neuroscience, pathology and neurology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, looks into one way to assist. Dr. Walkley has focused his career on the study of rare genetic brain diseases. Most notably these have involved so-called…
 
Social media’s drawbacks are well documented, but there are positives too. Linda Charmaraman, senior research scientist at the Wellesley Center for Women at Wellesley College, examines one. Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., is a senior research scientist at the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College and director of the Youth, Media & Wellbeing Re…
 
On this episode I’m talking with Angel Kaur, a member of the founding cohort of my Amplify program, about what brought her to Amplify, what she learned, and how she has gained the tools and confidence to make the best decisions for her career. In this summer season, we will be re-releasing a few older podcasts to start us off. With that said, this …
 
What can composing music teach us about improving collaboration in government advisory groups? Marisa Zapata, associate professor of land-use planning at Portland State University, examines the similarities. Dr. Marisa Zapata is an Associate Professor of Land-Use Planning at Portland State University and Director of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Ac…
 
What makes people more or less honest at work? Thomas Shohfi, assistant professor of accounting and finance at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, discusses this question focusing on immigrants to the U.S. Tom Shohfi is an assistant professor of accounting and finance at the Lally School of Management and Technology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institut…
 
Bad news is a constant in today’s ultra-connected world. Arash Javanbakht, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral neurosciences at Wayne State University, examines best practices to cope with this reality. Arash Javanbakht, M.D., is a psychiatrist and serves as the director of the Stress, Trauma, and Anxiety Research Clinic (STARC). His w…
 
This episode is a rapid fire review of litigation issues surrounding the provision of (or lack of provision of) tPA for stroke. Guests:Latha Ganti, MD, MS, MBAProfessor of Emergency Medicine & Neurology ,University of Central Florida College of Medicine Joshua N. Goldstein MD, PhDProfessor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School Host: Jason W…
 
Guest: Adam Oostema, MD MS FACEP (Associate Professor of EM, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine) Host: Jason Woods MD Select References: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke rt-PA Stroke Study Group. Tissue plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke. N Engl J Med. 1995 Dec 14;333(24):1581-7. doi: 10.1056/NEJ…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Our guest Eric Frans’ career path into, out of, and around higher education Key factors that influenced his decision to pursue employment outside the academy The transition from higher education to a different industry How he plans to use his doctorate in the future His advice to thos…
 
We’re still discovering how to treat Parkinson’s disease fully. Christopher Bishop, professor of psychology at Binghamton University, looks to add more healthy years for those living with the disease. Dr. Bishop is currently a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Integrative Neuroscience Program at Binghamton University, State University of …
 
This episode is hosted by Dr. Gregory Worsowicz, a Physiatrist and Senior Associate Consultant at Mayo Clinic in Florida. He discusses CMS-13 and advocacy with Dr. John Melvin, a Clinical Professor with the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Thomas Jefferson University.โดย Physiatry News
 
Flying might not be the only thing birds can teach us. Monica Daley, associate professor of ecology & evolutionary biology at the University of California, Irvine, discusses another. Monica earned her undergraduate degree in Biology at University of Utah. She was inspired to become a physiologist through her research on human running and breathing …
 
Does it ever feel like you’re sludging across the finish line to get tenure in your current role? Have you ever felt like you’re jumping through hoops or pushing past red tape to figure out exactly how to achieve the huge end goal of making tenure? My super-star writing coaches, Rocío Caballero-Gill and Gina Robinson, are taking over the podcast to…
 
How have you been sleeping? Yuka Sasaki, research professor in the department of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University, examines how sleep and learning are connected. Yuka Sasaki, PhD is a research Professor in Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences at Brown University. Her research aims to understand function…
 
In episode 56, Karin and Elizabeth review the second issue, 2022 of the Nakan Journal: MICHAEL JACKSON’S ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTIONS: ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE Edited by Isabelle PETITJEAN. In this second part, they continue the discussion of the issue with the essays written by Aurélie Doignon, Luca Izzo, Zada Johnson and Elisabeth Amisu. REFERENCE AS: Merx,…
 
The first of two episodes on 1991's Reaper Man, exploring further representations of Death, dances Macabre and Morris, existentialism, pastoral romanticism and animal ethics.โดย Joshua Bulleid and Alice Capstick
 
What’s in your dietary supplement? C. Michael White, distinguished professor and chair of the school of pharmacy at the University of Connecticut, determines that it might be something you didn’t expect. His research interests are in drug, dietary supplement, and substances of abuse safety and effectiveness. His over 440 publications in biomedical …
 
Designing better human and A.I. connections will be crucial in the future. Jinglu Jiang, assistant research professor in the school of management at Binghamton University, explores how well we’re working together. Jinglu Jiang is an assistant professor of Management Information Systems at Binghamton University, School of Management. Her research fo…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Dr. Karin Lewis’s experience pitching and winning the book bid Karin and the editorial team’s vision for an inclusive and diverse collection The process of working as a team to develop an idea into a book The realities of editing a large volume with many authors Blurring the lines of …
 
Keeping your culture when oppressed can be tough. Joyce Bennett, assistant professor of anthropology at Connecticut College, looks to one group that has succeeded. Joyce Bennett is an anthropologist whose research and teaching focus on sociocultural and sociolinguistic issues in Central and North America, especially as they relate to social justice…
 
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: - Gold standard treatment for lymphedema - Define carcinomatous myopathy vs carcinomatous neuropathy- Discuss how chemotherapy can result in functional impairments- Management of fibrosis as…
 
The pandemic hasn’t just affected our health, it’s affected our rights, too. Stephen Bagwell, assistant professor of political science at the University of Missouri St. Louis, asks why. Stephen Bagwell is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Missouri—St. Louis. His research focuses on the causes and consequences of polit…
 
What does the early career, pre-tenure period usually feel like for academic womxn? What should it feel like? With intention, we can steer ourselves toward a better experience. The early career period of proving yourself to gain that stamp of approval, whether you call it permanence or tenure, is a pivotal time in our careers. What does this pre-te…
 
Why did the asteroid that heralded the end of the dinosaurs have such a profound impact? Christopher Junium, associate professor of earth and environmental sciences at Syracuse University, explains. Dr. Christopher K. Junium is an Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Syracuse University. His work focuses on using the chemistry…
 
Bruce talks with Drs. Mary Guy from the University of Colorado Denver and Brian Williams from the University of Virginia. Drs. Guy and Williams currently serve as the editors-in-chief of the Journal of Social Equity and Public Administration (JSEPA). In this episode, they will talk about the establishment of the journal, its position within the fie…
 
Despite the emotional challenges that my anatomy course presented, I feel reaffirmed in my desire to pursue medicine and now understand the beautiful complexity of the human body in a way I never could have before. Keldon K. Lin, a second-year medical student at the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona, reflects on the common …
 
Are white parents talking to their kids about race? Vaishali Raval, professor of psychology at Miami University, explores this question. Vaishali V. Raval, PhD is professor of psychology and affiliate of global and intercultural studies at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Her research centers on three interrelated areas: i) cultural and contextual…
 
This episode explores the complexities that arise when considering the financial status of our universities and the higher education sector in general.Like any institution in a capitalist economy, universities revolve around money, income, and expenditure. We explore some aspects of the bigger picture of how money makes the university go round.…
 
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