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Welcome to the FacultyWorkshop Podcast where faculty learn the most successful strategies used by other educators. Whether you are looking for ways to improve your teaching, productivity, or simply looking for professional development opportunities, we've got you covered. This podcast is hosted by Dr. Fawaz Al-Malood from FacultyWorkshop.com.
 
Welcome to The Wealth Faculty, where you and I go on an adventure, a journey in discovering what is the true meaning of wealth. The Wealth Faculty has two intentions. Firstly, we focus on the faculty that you bring to life - your physical, mental and emotional faculties. Secondly, the idea of creating wealth for yourself into the future requires a team - a faculty of advisors. One thing I can tell you, this thing called wealth is a marathon, not a sprint. The people you rely on to help you w ...
 
We're so glad you're joining InterVarsity's Faculty Ministry on one of the oldest pilgrimage routes in Europe, the Camino de Santiago, starting from your front door, July 1st – August 4th, 2020. Traditionally, peregrinos (Spanish for pilgrim) would begin their long journey to Santiago de Compostela right from their front door step – eventually converging along several ancient pathways in northern Spain. In a way, we join this millennia-long tradition by stepping out our own front doors, wher ...
 
Brought to you by the Master of Science and PhD in Health Professions Education Programs at MGH Institute of Health Professions, Drs. Janice Palaganas and Peter Cahn discuss popular topics in faculty development and offer 3 tips for each episode. These are tips we found helpful in developing faculty. Dr. Palaganas is a mom, emergency nurse practitioner, past hospital administrator, simulationist, Associate Professor of Interprofessional Studies, and Associate Director of the Health Professio ...
 
The Faculty Meeting is a podcast that introduces the world to the individuals in one of the world's most important professions. No instructional strategies or behavior management tips here! Just teachers discussing life in and out of the classroom! EVERY WEDNESDAY **iTunes**Google Play**Stitcher**SoundCloud** SUBSCRIBE - LIKE - SHARE - DOWNLOAD - RATE - REVIEW Follow us on IG@facultymeetingpod E-mail: facultymeetingpodcast@gmail.com Like us on Facebook! Graphic by Danson Designs
 
Faculty Tech Studio is about emerging technologies for university faculty - discussing, learning, creating, using. We host monthly studios for faculty to share what they are doing, and to hear from others about new technologies being used in and out of the classroom. We'd love to see you at an event, or hear from you in the comments section of this site.
 
I am an Internal Medicine Program Director putting together educational content for resident and medical students, and faculty development for our faculty. My focus is on Medication Education Content Blast, PCMH Office hours, Story Slams, and faculty development.
 
With an increased focus on scholarship at RIT, RIT Libraries will shine a light on some of the Institute's finest by sponsoring "RIT Faculty Scholars" series. This ongoing series spotlights the scholarship work of a different faculty member for each showcase. The sessions will generally be two hours in length, with content that will vary from session to session. Typically, each event may include poster sessions, multimedia presentations, or some type of interactive component. Each program wi ...
 
This audio broadcast series provides commentary by authors and others on important new books and works of legal scholarship. As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange on the topics they address.
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
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Dr. Marek Kolar, associate professor in Trine University’s Ketner School of Business, talks about the U.S. and the world economy after COVID-19. Did the economic stimulus payments work? Where is the economy headed? What impacts could proposed upgrades to transportation infrastructure, the push to raise the minimum wage and declining birth rates in …
 
https://therpgacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/FM-143-The-Meta-Game.mp3 Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is Faculty Meeting # 143 – Faculty Meetings Redux – The Meta Game In this episode I’m joined by my Faculty Meeting co-host Tom Cantwell ( @BeskarTom) RPG NEWS: Th…
 
If you go down in the woods today You’re sure of a big surprise Andrea and Alex leave the comforts of modernity and go back to nature to discover what humanity has left behind through our obsessions with cryptids and conspiracy theories. From our fascination with humanity’s evolution to our need to colonize, we have a lot of explaining to do. Becom…
 
Dr. Andy Luks (Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine) explains what a teaching portfolio includes, and provides advice on organizing, maintaining, and compiling all of the components for a portfolio that highlights your individual strengths.저자 University of Washington School of Medicine
 
Episode 64: In this episode, the profs wrap up the Apostles’ Creed series with a conversation on the Creed’s value and use in the life of the church and the individual believer. Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/저자 Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 63: The faculty welcome Dr. Lloyd Kim as a guest to the podcast. Dr. Kim serves as the Coordinator for Mission to the World (MTW), the mission-sending agency for the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). They talk about his calling to and experience in the mission field, his work at MTW, and what the work of global missions looks like these…
 
https://therpgacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/fm-142-Redux-Engaging-your-players.mp3 Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is Faculty Meeting # 142 – Faculty Meetings Redux – Engaging Your Players. In this episode I’m joined by my Faculty Meeting co-host Tom Cantwell ( @…
 
Hello and welcome to the 18th episode of our ‘The Review’ series, this is our review of Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, the latest WotC hardback D&D 5e supplement. Our hosts this week are Tom (@BeskarTom) , myself (@TheRpgAcademy) and Lysa Penrose, ( @LysaPenrose ) Our Ratings Art & Layout Tom A+ Lysa A Michael A Crunch Tom. A- Lysa A- Michael A …
 
Episode 62: Today the profs tackle the last line in the Apostles’ Creed. What is the “life everlasting” and what will it be like? Perhaps the most important question, will our favorite pillows, our home-made swords, Tommy’s kitchen floors, and Disney World be in the new heavens and the new earth? Enjoy!Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/pod…
 
Episode 61: Today the profs tackle the penultimate line in the Apostles’ Creed, i.e. we believe in “the resurrection of the body.” Listen as the profs discuss why our bodily resurrection is good news for us and for all of creation, even now. Also, don’t worry, Peter Lee has a wonderful plan for your life. Enjoy! Ask a question: https://rts.edu/wash…
 
https://therpgacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/FM-141-Revisting-Rotating-DMs.mp3 Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy with yours hosts Michael ( @TheRpgcademy ) and Tom ( @BeskarTom). This is Faculty Meeting # 141 – Faculty Meetings Redux – Revisiting Rotating DMs. Games were …
 
On today’s episode I have the good fortune of interviewing my dear friend and business partner for the past 18 years, Sam Saggers. Without doubt one of our country’s brightest minds when it comes to real estate investing, Sam’s backstory and eventual “rags to riches” ascendence is truly inspiring. After today’s episode, do yourself a favour - if yo…
 
Episode 60: Continuing on the Apostles’ Creed series, the profs talk about belief on “the forgiveness of sins.” Topics include sin’s power and pervasiveness, our need to be delivered from it, how Jesus redeems us from sin, what the forgiveness of sins means pastorally, why forgiveness is scandalous, the wonder of God’s forgiveness, and more. Blesse…
 
Dr Jodie Lowinger is the CEO and Founder of the Sydney Anxiety Clinic. Jodie is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in organisational, hospital and community settings for more than 20 years. She holds a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science (University of Sydney) and was awarded the University Medal for Psychology (UNSW). Jodie c…
 
In the last episode of the season, Janice, Peter, and special guest Roger Edwards, ScD, discuss creating teams and new programs in higher education and clinical practice. Roger is the Director of the Health Professions Education Program at MGH Institute of Health Professions. They reflect on how the pandemic has affected post-professional learning …
 
Episode 59: Today’s guest is Dr. Michael J. Kruger, president and Samuel C. Patterson professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at RTS Charlotte. Dr. Kruger addresses the question of the New Testament canon—why these 27 books? He answers five common misconceptions about the origins of the NT canon, and several related questions from the pro…
 
In this episode, we delve into the murky waters of intimate relationships, nuclear families, and revolutionary theatre practices with Andrej Zulawski’s Possession. From the film’s almost instant cult-status to its rocky release, we look at what has made Possession one of the great filmic break-ups and breakthroughs of the late 20th century. Become …
 
https://therpgacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/FM-140-Faculty-Meetings-redux-Setting-Challenges.mp3 Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is Faculty Meeting # 140 – Faculty Meetings Redux – Setting challenge levels. In this episode I’m joined by new official FM co-host To…
 
Cyndi O’Meara is a nutritionist, best selling author, documentary maker and founder of food company Changing Habits and education platform The Nutrition Academy. Cyndi graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Nutrition from Deakin University back in 1984 - with her almost 40 years in the industry making her the DOYEN of Nutrition in Austral…
 
CHOOSE YOUR DESTINY! Andrea and Alex got unreasonably excited about the new Mortal Kombat movie, so we recorded our pre-and post-movie impressions in an all-new Fack Flash. The full episode is available to all tiers of our Patreon! Join now and gain access to the full episode, plus even more perks and extras. Become a Patron! Right click or option-…
 
Episode 58: Today’s guest is Dr. Vern Poythress, distinguished professor of New Testament, biblical interpretation, and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, PA, and author of books on pretty much every topic under the sun. Dr. Poythress and the faculty talk about the relationship between science and faith, particularly a Christi…
 
Pam Brook is co-founder of Brookfarm, a family business based in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Together with her husband, Martin Brook, she has transformed a rundown, weed-infested dairy farm into a spectacularly beautiful patch of land that follows regenerative farming practices and produces premium nationally recognized macadamia products. She is a…
 
Devin Schweppe, PhD (Genome Sciences) shares lessons learned from recently setting up his lab at UW. Have patience with the process, ask for help from a variety of colleagues, and choose research team members with mutual passion for the work and complementary communication styles.저자 University of Washington School of Medicine
 
Episode 57: Today the profs tackle the Apostles’ Creed article on “the communion of saints”—its meaning, distinction from belief in “the catholic church,” and implications for the Christian life and ministry. Also, Dr. Keene explains why Christians aren’t special snowflakes. Vanhoozer, Kevin. Biblical Authority After Babel. https://www.amazon.com/B…
 
Listen & review on Apple Podcasts. Welcome to a edition of Film Studies. Today we’re looking at the 1982 Classic John Carpenter’s The Thing. Released in 1982, The Thing is a remake of 1951’s The Thing from Another World, both of which are based on a short story called Who Goes There written by John W. Campbell published 1938. The script was written…
 
It’s been a bumper few months on The Wealth Faculty and we haven’t come up for her to process all the wisdom shared with my guests over the last few months. Today is the day we do that! I bring on the show’s producer, Marcus Pearce, to discuss some of the big themes that have come up across a number of episodes. If you’ve listened to a lot of The W…
 
Episode 56: Is the church an epilogue to the gospel? A club for people of similar faith? A corporation? Today’s conversation centers on the Apostles’ Creed article on “the holy catholic church.” Topics include church vs. kingdom, catholicity, universality, de-churched spirituality, ethnic and theological diversity, the maturing/becoming of the chur…
 
Hello and welcome to the 17th episode of our ‘The Review’ series, this is our review of Candlekeep Mysteries, the latest WotC hardback D&D 5e supplement. Our hosts this week are Tom (@BeskarTom) , myself (@TheRpgAcademy) and Kyle Gould of the Tavern Tales Podcast ( @TavernTalesDM ) Our Ratings Art & Layout Tom B Kyle A- Michael B Crunch Tom. A- Kyl…
 
Prof. Laurie Stockton-Moreno, director of Trine University’s Montessori teacher education program and of the university’s Center for Montessori Education, talks about the history and advantages of the Montessori teaching method, the growth in Montessori education, and what’s coming in the program at Trine.…
 
Show notes A really interesting and inspiring chat for you today! From dealing with self doubt, balancing work and family, investing in property and even some acting tips, this conversation with Tim Robards has plenty to feast your ears on. Tim is a chiropractor, human biomechanics enthusiast, TV personality, speaker, inspired educator in health an…
 
In this episode, Janice and Peter reflect on the journey to academic leadership with special guest Anne Thompson, PT, EdD. Anne is Adjunct Faculty in the Master of Health Professions Education (MS-HPEd) and PhD in Health Professions Education Programs at MGH Institute of Health Professions. They discuss the importance of being promoted to full prof…
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Joshua Ralston, Reader in Christian-Muslim Relations at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh and director and co-founder of the Christian-Muslim Studies Network. Dr. Ralston and the profs talk about diversity within Islam, conceptions and misconceptions of shari’a, anti-secularist discourse in Islam, Muslim critiques…
 
Have you ever wondered who the people are behind beautiful landmarks, buildings, townships and cities? Andy Hoyne is one such person, the Founding Principal of Hoyne. He has been working in and around the property sector for the last 25+ years, helping major Australian and international developers and Councils create recognisable landmarks across A…
 
Episode 53: In the first episode of our second year as a podcast—woot, woot!—we take time to reflect on the things we’ve learned and enjoyed so far. Listen as we give all honor and praise to our producer and editor, and discuss some of our favorite interviews, the ubiquity of uhms, ahhs, and duhs, and why we love RTS. Enjoy!…
 
Get out the glitter and baseball bats because we’re diving into the complex world of Twilight. From fandom to first love to coming of age and problematic depictions, we’re going deep with this one. Hold on tight, spider monkey! Become a Patron! REQUIRED READING Twilight. Dir. Catherine Hardwicke, 2008. EXTRA CREDIT How Twilight Changed Fan Culture …
 
Money without meaning leads to debauchery and money with meaning leads to philanthropy. - Dr John Demartini shares his wealth wisdom in part two of our interview on this latest episode of The Wealth Faculty. Whether you’re new to Dr Demartini or an avid consumer of his genius, this episode will empower and inspire you to take the next step on your …
 
Episode 52: The profs begin to unpack the third and final section of the Apostles’ Creed. Why does the creed give special attention to the Holy Spirit? And why should we? Topics include the trinitarian structure of the creed, God’s indivisible works, the expansiveness of the Spirit’s work, humility in ministry, OT backgrounds, grieving and walking …
 
Dr. Kemi Doll (SoM Director of URM Faculty Development; Obstetrics and Gynecology) explains how to take your vision from an idea to a persuasive pitch. Detail your thoughts on paper, ask for feedback from trusted colleagues, and focus on the "why" of the proposal.저자 University of Washington School of Medicine
 
“What they told me I was not destined to do became the very thing I was blessed to do.” Dr John Demartini has had more “setbacks” than most. Which is why he’s supremely qualified to discuss how we can all turn out setbacks into comebacks. This episode is the first of two parts. Today we discuss how to turn past events - particularly the hardest one…
 
In this episode, Janice and Peter reflect on how to be an effective leader with special guest Colonel Joshua D. Hartzell, MD. He currently serves as the Program Director for the National Capital Consortium Internal Medicine Residency Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) and is an Adjunct Professor in the MGH IHP Health P…
 
The profs welcome Dr. J. Nicholas Reid, associate professor of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies at RTS Orlando, to the podcast. Dr. Reid is one of the editors and contributors to the recent volume Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives (Crossway, 2020). Topics include the importance of a solid covenant t…
 
This is a live recording of the conversation that we had in celebration of Women's History Month. Speaking on stage with us were Udo Okonjo, Chief Executive Officer/Vice Chairman of Fine and Country West Africa and Ehime Eigbe, Founder of Sweetkiwi, a frozen dessert company and Creative Director of The Buttermilk Agency. The Women's Month series ha…
 
https://therpgacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/The-Reviews-ep-16-Symbaroum-Starter-Set.mp3 Hello and welcome to the 16th episode of our ‘The Review’ series, this is our review of Symbaroum Starter Set from Free League Press. Our hosts this week are Tom (@BeskarTom) and myself (@TheRpgAcademy). We hope you enjoy this episode! If you’d like to …
 
What if the answers to the problems of the world weren’t as unachievable as you thought? In this episode, we discuss some of the simple, yet powerful ways in which we can do our bit to regenerate and heal the planet. Big claims, I know, but Charlie Arnott is not one to play the small game. Charlie is an award-winning Grazier from Boorowa, New South…
 
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