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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 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.
 
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 ...
 
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Virginia Policy Review

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Coming to you from the heart of Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village, Academical is the official podcast of the Virginia Policy Review (VPR). The podcast is staffed by the Master of Public Policy students at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia (UVA). VPR is not a part of or an agency of UVA. It is an independent organization responsible for managing its own activities and affairs. UVA does not direct, supervise, or control VPR and is not res ...
 
The faculty behind the academic journal Academicasaurus really just want to get the next issue out. If only they'd stop getting bizarre submissions shoved under their doors... and who exactly is recording all this, anyway? Academicasaurus is a fictional podcast written and produced by Mary O'Reilly. It stars Maryna Matlock as Ida Winters, Amanda Funk-Hilton as Bee West, and Mary O'Reilly as Anne Dye. New episodes are posted every other week.
 
Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
 
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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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
 
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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As tears seeped from the corners of her eyes and stained her cheeks, I felt powerless. I reached for her hand, wishing I could offer my bare human hand instead of an impersonal blue latex glove. Holding her hand was the only thing I could do in the moment; I hoped it made her feel less alone. Natalie C. Spach, a fourth-year medical student at the U…
 
Unal Tatar On University at Albany Week: Infrastructure can be costly even at the best of times. Unal Tatar, assistant professor at the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, explores the economic cost of disruptions. Dr. Unal Tatar is an assistant professor at the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Securit…
 
Are you one of those people who thinks that if a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing painfully? Who feels like they must be doing something wrong if it feels too effortless? Me too, friend. There are good reasons why you feel like progress needs to be difficult - but that doesn't mean you're right. Find out how to dial down your anxiety so you ca…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Dr. Heather Wagoner’s experience failing her doctoral qualifying exam How she responded as the shame set in What she did to regroup and find a way forward The meaning she’s made of that experience and how it changed her Heather’s advice to advisors and graduate faculty Her advice to s…
 
Do you ever feel like your teaching and/or students are taking the back burner to your own research and publishing? Do you feel the tension between being a great teacher or a great writer? Today’s guest is Barbi Honeycutt. Barbi is passionate about training professors to become better teachers. In doing so she founded a company called Lecture Break…
 
The resident came into my room with one question and he got it answered. The rest was not his problem. But it was my problem. Arthur Garson Jr, clinical professor of health systems and population health sciences in the College of Medicine at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas, reflects on the importance of two-way communication between pat…
 
How do you respond to peer reviews for journal articles? Do you respond to every single reviewer comment? How do you respond to this strategically? On this #AskAnAcademicAuntie we have Dr. Heather Millar (@hlmillar) and Dr. Carmen Ho (@carmenjho_) dispensing a little auntie wisdom. Thanks for listening! Get more information, support the show, and r…
 
In this episode of EM Match Advice, our panel tackles the hot topic of making your rank list for residency match, which includes the shocking news of so many SOAP positions this year (over 200!) as well as the upcoming preference signaling being employed in the 2022-23 Match season. In this podcast, Dr. Mike Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin host an all…
 
In this episode, Holly and I discuss a study that explores different types of self-leadership that are thought to be important in remote working and their link with important outcomes. The study we are discussing in this episode is Sjöblom, K., Juutinen, S., & Mäkikangas, A. (2022). The Importance of Self-Leadership Strategies and Psychological Saf…
 
Joel Singer says it resonated with me on so many levels, and as a lifelong Edu dork who spends much of his time thinking about teaching and learning, I felt that it particularly appealed to me about my role as a teaching coach. Visit: https://www.instagram.com/joelmichaelsinger1/저자 Joel Singer
 
Abstract In this episode, Karin and Elizabeth review the MA thesis of Ryan Gary, “Who’s Bad?” Disrupting Cultural (Re)Production Through Representations of Michael Jackson. They review every chapter so listeners can decide if this thesis can be a good starting point or be used as a referral for their own thesis. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Eliza…
 
Join Aditya, Shiva and our guests Surya from AllAboutFPL and Sankalp as they preview gameweek 38. Looking at gameweek 38 historically. Players to pick, including differentials. Teams to target. Free-hit drafts Captaincy Picks Answering your questions from Instagram This podcast episode was streamed live on YouTube, check it out: https://youtu.be/1J…
 
On SUNY Oneonta Week: Microplastics are a modern environmental threat. Kiyoko Yokota, associate professor of biology, takes a closer look. Kiyoko Yokota is an Associate Professor of Biology at State University of New York College at Oneonta (SUNY Oneonta) and conducts research at SUNY Oneonta Biological Field Station (BFS) in Cooperstown, NY, on th…
 
On SUNY Oneonta Week: Stress in childhood can alter the shape of your face. Kate McGrath, assistant professor of biological anthropology, discusses why. Kate McGrath studies indicators of stress preserved in the skulls and teeth of great apes. She has done fieldwork in Rwanda, Kenya, and Tanzania at fossil sites and in national parks. Dr. McGrath s…
 
On SUNY Oneonta Week: Parasites have a role to play in an ecosystem. Florian Reyda, professor of biology, examines what they can tell us about a body of water’s health. Dr. Florian Reyda is a professor of biology at the State University of New York College at Oneonta. He specifically is a parasitologist—someone who focuses on parasites. Dr. Reyda a…
 
On SUNY Oneonta Week: How do we help restore declining fish populations? Dan Stich, associate professor of biology, says sacrifices are required. Dan Stich joined the Oneonta faculty in 2015 after earning a B.T. in fisheries and aquaculture at the State University of New York Cobleskill College of Agriculture and Technology, an M.S. in fish and wil…
 
On SUNY Oneonta Week: The struggles of adapting to climate change are affecting everyone. Casey Coomes, visiting instructor and prodig fellow, discusses one small animal that is in great peril. Casey Coomes is a recent graduate of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Her research examines the …
 
On Brown University Week: How do people form their opinions on today’s issues? Steven Sloman, professor of cognitive, linguistic, and psychological sciences, explores if the people around us are the key to changing minds. Steven Sloman has worked at Brown University since 1992 after receiving his PhD in Psychology from Stanford University. He is ex…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Why failure is part of the hidden curriculum Why you can’t be creative or innovative without failing [sometimes a lot] How to learn from it, instead of sweeping it under the rug A failure our guest and our host each faced A discussion of the Museum of Failure Our guest is: Dr. Samuel …
 
On Brown University Week: Detecting Alzheimer’s early on is key. Hwamee Oh, assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and human behavior and cognitive, linguistics and psychological sciences, determines one way to do so. Dr. Hwamee Oh is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Cognitive, Linguistic, …
 
On Brown University Week: We all keep some motivations for behavior hidden. Oriel FeldmanHall, assistant professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, explores how to peak behind the curtain. Oriel FeldmanHall is the Alfred Manning Assistant Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences at Brown University. She rece…
 
Are you closer to the middle of your academic career than the beginning? Do you ever feel stuck in some ruts as it relates to your writing, publishing, and academic work? It can be so hard to find new ways of approaching your writing and publishing once you hit mid-career, but you are not without any hope! There can be big shifts and changes made e…
 
On Brown University Week: The last thing a kid wants to do is wake up for school. Mary A. Carskadon, professor of psychiatry and human behavior, explores the science of kids, school and sleep. Mary A. Carskadon, PhD is an authority on adolescent sleep and circadian rhythms. Dr. Carskadon serves as director of the Chronobiology and Sleep Research La…
 
Our patients should not be our blind spots. Even with the most thorough routines, I may not catch important clues—be it some subtle discomfort or altered affect—without keen observation, clues that may drastically change a patient’s story and care. Alan Z. Yang, a second-year medical student at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, discu…
 
On Brown University Week: Animals aren’t the only ones who flock together. William Warren, chancellor’s professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, explores why we do too. Bill Warren is Chancellor’s Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University, and President of the International Society for …
 
How do we discuss topics such as life and religion? Linda Sauer Bredvik, lecturer in sociolinguistics at Heidelberg University, determines what to listen for in a discussion to make a better connection. Linda Sauer Bredvik is a sociolinguist who researches at the intersection of language and interreligious encounters. She is interested in how peopl…
 
Emails that will take 10 seconds to answer. That little pile of stuff in the corner of the kitchen that you need to take a couple of minutes to sort through. Taking 30 seconds to fill in a form that you're going to have to fill in at some point. You could just do these things, get them out of your head, and make your life a lot easier. Instead, you…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: How the Common got started What is involved in running a literary journal Why grants and institutional support matter so much in the literary arts The importance of finding mentors and building a network How the Common creates community Our guest is: Jennifer Acker , who is the founde…
 
If your partner is stressed, chances are you are too. Rosie Shrout, assistant professor of human development and family studies at Purdue University, examines how one partner affects the other. Dr. Rosie Shrout (she/her/hers) is an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Purdue University. She is a social-health psychologist …
 
Join Aditya, Chris and Shiva as they preview double gameweek 36. Players to pick. Teams to target. Free-hit drafts. Answer your questions. Captaincy picks. This podcast episode was streamed live on YouTube, check it out: https://youtu.be/8jDAd5Z1s3U Follow us on Twitter for more news and updates!
 
One language is finding a revival online during the pandemic. Bryan Kirschen, associate professor of Spanish and linguistics at Binghamton University, examines how this came to be. Dr. Kirschen is an associate professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Binghamton University. As a sociolinguist, his work primarily focuses on the Judeo-Spanish language.…
 
Do you feel stuck in your publication pipeline? Do you feel like you’re grinding out the same work every day and seeing little to no results? Enrollment for my program Navigate is opened back up TODAY! Come join us as we merge my new book, Making Time to Write, with the Navigate program for a fun hybrid program we know will help you to double your …
 
The more information we have, the better we can treat a patient. Weian Zhao, professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of California, Irvine, examines how to transform the personalization of care. Dr. Weian Zhao is a tenured full Professor and entrepreneur at the Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center, Chao Family Comprehensive C…
 
Getting a jumpstart on college courses can pay off for high school students Wes Routon, associate professor of economics and quantitative analysis at Georgia Gwinnett College, discusses the benefits. Dr. Wes Routon is an applied microeconomist with broad research interests, though much of his work falls within education economics, particularly the …
 
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:• Define Aphasia and Dysphagia• Describe ways to diagnose and treat dysphagia• Explain the four phases of swallowing• Classify types of aphasiaCredits:Episode was written and hosted by: Ben G…
 
Information on when to reopen after a pandemic can be tricky. Nasar U. Ahmed, associate professor of epidemiology at Florida International University, explores what the data says. Dr. Nasar U Ahmed, founding chair, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and an associate professor of epidemiology at the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & …
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Why doing writing and other kinds of retreats are part of the hidden curriculum How taking time for self-care is crucial to doing well at work and at school What a retreat is How to do a retreat at home Ways retreating helps you think and feel better, and the science that proves it To…
 
On Florida International University Week: Dogs might be proving their mettle in the fight against COVID-19. Kenneth G. Furton, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, sniffs around to find out why. Kenneth G. Furton is a leading scholar in forensic chemistry, specializing in scent detection. Dr. Furton joined Florida International University (FIU)…
 
On Florida International University Week: Homelessness is an ever present problem. Asia Eaton, associate professor of psychology, discusses one method to lowering the rates. Asia Eaton is a feminist social psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Florida International University, where she directs the Power, Women, and Relationships (P…
 
On Florida International University Week: Why do men have worse survival rates from brain tumors? Diana Azzam, assistant professor in the department of environmental health sciences, explains why. Dr. Diana Azzam earned her PhD in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from the University of Miami in 2012. Her research has focused on the identification, …
 
Guests Lala Forrest and Joe Geraghty join host Toni Gallo to discuss the journal’s Trainee Letters to the Editor feature. They highlight selected letters submitted in response to last year’s call for submissions about the role of trainees as agents of change and discuss how institutions can empower trainees to be leaders and how trainees can get st…
 
Another episode of our bonus pre-show Wotcher' Been Reading? wherein we discuss: The Books of Jacob by Olga Tokarczuk The Mortal Instruments seriesby Cassandra Clare The Northern Lights by Philip Pullman and then an extended bonus section about all the crazy shit that happens in Stephen King's Dark Tower series.…
 
On Florida International University Week: Disaster news can trigger post-traumatic stress in kids thousands of miles away. Anthony Dick, professor of psychology, discusses why. Anthony Steven Dick is a Developmental Science and Cognitive Neuroscience Professor at Florida International University. He studies the neurobiology of language and executiv…
 
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