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Improvised comedy with the premise of being a medical education podcast. Typical episodes include a medical topic, short sketches, and a strange guest. Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss medical topics with guests that Cameron finds. Not so boring! Co-Created by: Cameron Clark, Cassie Walker, Dylan Walker. Created by: London Smith.
 
Culture junkies Mark Anthony Green and Matthew Trammell host a weekly conversation on the highs and lows of music, style, nightlife, art and everything in between. Featuring interviews with men and women from across the cultural spectrum, Rich Friend elevates the podcast to a lifestyle—a conversation you won’t find anywhere else. Brought to you by Tequila Avión
 
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On this Student Spotlight: Narcissism can lead people to behave in all sorts of bad behavior. Sophie Kjærvik, Ph.D student in Communication at The Ohio State University, looks into another surprising form that may not be considered at first. Sophie Kjærvik is a PhD Student in Communication at The Ohio State University. She studies narcissism, aggre…
 
Eat your leafy greens. Catherine Bondonno, research fellow at Edith Cowan University, discusses the link to staying healthy and eating green. Dr Catherine Bondonno is a research fellow in the Institute for Nutrition Research at Edith Cowan University. The overall aim of her research is to identify strategies that will form part of a dietary pattern…
 
How much debt are you carrying? Kate Padgett-Walsh, associate professor of philosophy at Iowa State University, takes a humanistic approach to something most of us share. Kate Padgett Walsh’s research is a philosopher whose research focuses on ethics. She brings the history of philosophy to bear on debates over contemporary issues, especially the e…
 
Hate waiting to make a left turn at a busy intersection? You’re not alone. Vikash Gayah, associate professor in the department of civil and environmental engineering at Penn State University, delves into how to fix these time wasters. Dr. Vikash V. Gayah is an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Penns…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Amebic Liver Abscess with Chocolate Daddy (feat. Kit Chandra). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Kit Chandra. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
In the future, CERN might be able to fit on your table. Rodney Yoder, associate professor of physics at Goucher College, determines how making particle accelerators smaller, could lower the cost of tech. Rodney Yoder is Associate Professor of Physics at Goucher College, where he teaches classes ranging from introductory courses for nonscientists to…
 
Virtual reality is here, but does it work for everyone? Bas Rokers, associate professor of psychology at NYU Abu Dhabi, examines the science behind the tech. Bas Rokers is Associate Professor of Psychology and the Director of the Neuroimaging Facility at New York University Abu Dhabi. His work has elucidated the neural mechanisms underlying visual …
 
Giving back is a powerful way to help a community. Megan Downing, associate professor of organizational leadership at Northern Kentucky University, discusses how to get students into the act. Dr. Megan Downing has been with Northern Kentucky University since 2001. She joined the program as an Assistant Professor in 2015 after serving five years as …
 
On this Student Spotlight: Fermentation isn’t just for alcohol. Caitlin Clark, Instructor and Ph.D student in the department of food science and human nutrition at Colorado State University, discusses another dietary favorite that makes use of this process. Caitlin is a Ph.D student and chocolate researcher at Colorado State University. Her researc…
 
Why do we do research on highly infectious microbes? Jerry Malayer, professor in the department of physiological sciences at Oklahoma State University, explores. Jerry Malayer is a Professor in the Department of Physiological Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biol…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Pyogenic Liver Abscess with Dr. Samantha Sullivan (Jany Stehman). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Jany Stehman. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
On Widener University Week: Even elite athletes have been adversely affected by COVID-19. Dawn Gulick, professor of physical therapy, discusses a tool to help them get back to competing again. Dawn Gulick is a professor of physical therapy at Widener University’s Institute for Physical Therapy Education. Innovating a Safer Way to Compete https://ac…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Mark Rendle to chat about his experiences live-coding/streaming on Twitch! Warning: We went on a lot of tangents during the conversation! It’s all good though - as they were all awesome tangents! We not only talked about streaming, but also Blazor, C#, Unity, the rate of tech advancement, teaching kids to code, and …
 
On Widener University Week: Star employees are a boon to a company, but only if they pass on what they know to others. Yamuna Baburaj, assistant professor of management, explores how to best integrate top talent. Dr. Yamuna Baburaj is an assistant professor of management in Widener University’s School of Business Administration. She received a PhD …
 
On Widener University Week: Mergers don’t only happen in the business world. Paul Baker, assistant professor of physics, explores deep space to find another. Dr. Paul T. Baker is an assistant professor of physics at Widener University. He received a PhD and MS in Physics from Montana State University, and a BA in Physics from Reed College. He is a …
 
On Widener University Week: Talking about sex can help teens navigate young adulthood safely Shaakira Abdullah, professor of nursing, explores one community that carries more risk when doing so. Shaakira Abdullah is a professor of nursing at Widener University. Her research interests include sex education, faith-based health promotion, health care …
 
You do not want to miss this episode, as Fibromyalgia warrior Kate Clark takes us on her journey in the chronic illness and Fibromyalgia world, where education and the need for answers helped this warrior take control of her Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia Support the show (https://cash.app/$Fjffsmileinpain)…
 
On Widener University Week: Lighting and weather conditions can make self-driving cars struggle to see. Ali Hamza, assistant professor of electrical engineering, outlines a technological fix. Ali Hamza is an assistant professor of electrical engineering at Widener University. His research interests include statistical signal and array processing, r…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hepatitis E with Kathy Kent (Chase O'Donnell). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Chase O'Donnell. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
The pandemic eased traffic, but for how long? Phong Le, associate professor of data, mathematical, and computational sciences at Goucher College, details an ongoing debate about how to calm traffic in cities. Phong Le is an Associate Professor in the Center for Data, Mathematical and Computational Sciences at Goucher College. He also attended Gouch…
 
What can financial regulation bring to the climate change fight? Garth Heutel, associate professor of economics at Georgia State University, follows the money. Garth Heutel is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Resea…
 
Should we look offshore to meet our climate goals? Erin Baker, professor of industrial engineering and operations research at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, looks into this question. Erin Baker is Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affairs; and the Director of Faculty Diversity at the College of Engineering; and Professor of Indust…
 
In this episode, I was thrilled to be joined by Chris Sainty to chat all about Blazor! Blazor is a new .NET technology allowing you to build SPA-like frontend web UIs in C#! Very focused on developer productivity and componentisation - Blazor is certainly going to become my go-to for frontends moving forward! And chatting with Chris in this episode…
 
Being a dictator can seem simple, but is it? Timothy Frye, professor of post-soviet foreign policy at Columbia University, examines what pitfalls a despot may encounter to stay in power. Timothy Frye received a B.A. from Middlebury College in Russian language and literature, an M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. in …
 
How does the U.S. Supreme Court talk about the press? RonNell Andersen Jones, professor of law at the University of Utah, takes a look. Professor RonNell Andersen Jones is an Affiliated Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project and the Teitelbaum Chair and Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. A forme…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hepatitis D with Fiona Asskss (Cassie Walker). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Cassie Walker. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
Press conferences after a sports contest are a tough gig for both sides. Nicole Kraft, associate professor of clinical communication at The Ohio State University, discusses how sports writers can make the best of the situation to get information for the fans. Dr. Nicole Kraft spent 25 years working as an award-winning journalist, as well as in prof…
 
Pro-bono clinics can fill a desperate need. Kathleen Fortier, assistant professor of practice at Arcadia University, explores how students can also benefit from the experience of helping out those in need. Dr. Kathleen Fortier is just one of the faculty in Arcadia University’ Physical Therapy Department overseeing the new pro bono clinic. In her ea…
 
COVID-19 has been a learning experience for everyone, including clinicians. Jonathan Watanabe, professor of clinical pharmacy at the University of California, Irvine, details treating a new disease on the fly. Professor Watanabe is a pharmacist, health economist, and outcomes researcher. He serves as a Member of the National Academies of Sciences, …
 
Why do some people follow guidelines while others ignore them? Michael Berg, professor of psychology at Wheaton College in Massachusetts, explores the factors behind such decisions. Michael Berg is a professor of psychology at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., and co-coordinator of the college’s Public Health Program. Berg’s research has explored i…
 
Mitigating COVID-19 outbreaks on campuses is crucial. Lior Rennert, assistant professor and biostatistician at Clemson University, examines one way to do so. Dr. Rennert is an Assistant Professor in Clemson University’s Department of Public Health Sciences, with a specialty in infectious disease epidemiology, policy evaluation, and biostatistics. D…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hepatitis C with Dr. B.H. Foster (Alex Piccolo). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Alex Piccolo. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Engaged students can help a community thrive. Rachael Clark, professor in the department of psychological sciences, describes one instance where it made a difference. Rachael Clark, Lecturer at Northern Kentucky University investigates human strengths within challenging contexts. Dr. Clark’s research focuses on…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Making sense of information is crucial for parenting a special needs child. Zachary P. Hart, professor in the department of communication, explores how to do so effectively. I joined the NKU faculty in 2003. I earned my PhD in Communication from Michigan State University. I previously taught at the University o…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Want to help out the butterflies? Plant some milkweed. Kristy Hopfensperger, professor in the environmental science program, discusses needed habitat restoration. Kristy is an ecosystem ecologist and director of the Environmental Science Program at Northern Kentucky University. At the heart of her research proj…
 
Please journey with us as we listen to the voice of Jamie Glaves Abnor, a warrior who has been battling Fibromyalgia since 1994 when very few doctors acknowledged Fibromyalgia. She has taken significant loses, but with a never give up attitude- She has let nature soothe her soul and give her the strength to keep going. Support the show (https://cas…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Air pollution is still a killer all over the world. Christine Curran, associate professor of biological sciences, examines how it affects more than just the lungs. Dr. Curran’s research is in understanding how environmental toxicants affect the brain, leading to deficits in learning and memory and altered behav…
 
On Northern Kentucky University Week: Hospital safety and quality are a pressing concern. Linda Dynan, professor of economics, takes an economic outlook on this issue. Dr. Linda Dynan is a Professor of Economics at Northern Kentucky University. She earned her B.A. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and her MA, MPhil and doctorate in …
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hepatitis B with Kyler & Taka "Ty" Tanaka (Farshad Khansari & Kent Morita). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guests: Farshad Khansari, Kent Morita. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith…
 
On Rhode Island College Week: Mathematical models help with predicating the future. David Abrahamson, professor of mathematical sciences, discusses this exciting part of mathematical study. Dave grew up in suburban Los Angeles and was a mathematics major at Harvey Mudd College. He came to Brown University to earn a doctorate in differential equatio…
 
On Rhode Island College Week: What are climate models missing? Katherine Lacasse, associate professor in the department of psychology, delves into this question. Katherine Lacasse, Ph. D. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Rhode Island College. She is a social psychologist broadly interested in understanding the motivation…
 
On Rhode Island College Week: People commit crimes for a number of reasons. Frederic Reamer, professor in the school of social work, untangles the data from the stories to learn the why. Frederic Reamer is professor in the graduate program, School of Social Work, Rhode Island College, where he has been on the faculty since 1983. His teaching and re…
 
On Rhode Island College Week: Where do students go after graduation? Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur, professor of sociology, takes a look. Dr. Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur is Chair and Professor of Sociology at Rhode Island College. Her research focuses on organizational change in higher education and policy issues surrounding regional comprehensiv…
 
On Rhode Island College Week: How much do you use the library for your studies? Amy Barlow, associate professor and librarian, examines how to get students back into the stacks. Amy Barlow is an Associate Professor and Reference Librarian in the James P. Adams Library at Rhode Island College. She has more than a decade of experience as a teaching l…
 
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hepatitis A with Guy Niçoise (Marc Hershon). Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Guest: Marc Hershon. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith저자 Greetings From The South
 
In this episode, I was thrilled to be joined by Stefan Pölz to chat about Mutation Testing! I had seen a lightning talk by Stefan last year about this, and was fascinated by the concept. So it was great to have him on the show to chat about it! For a full list of show links, see the website here저자 Dan Clarke
 
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