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The Academic Imperfectionist

Rebecca Roache

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The Academic Imperfectionist combines philosophical analysis and coaching insights to help you dump perfectionism and flourish on your own terms. Your host is Dr Rebecca Roache, a coach and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of London.
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A bi-weekly podcast covering all tips and tricks for starting or pursuing a research career in The Netherlands. Hosted by Jeroen Sparla, the managing director of AcademicTransfer. AcademicTransfer is since 1997 been the leading career platform for researchers worldwide with research- and scientific job openings in The Netherlands. Are you a Master’s student, researcher, PhD, Postdoc, assistant- associate- or even full professor, or have the ambition to become one? Or do research in the indus ...
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The Academic Life

New Books Network

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A podcast for your academic journey—and beyond! Created and produced by Dr. Christina Gessler, the Academic Life podcast is inspired by today’s knowledge-producers around the world, working inside and outside the academy. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life
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Academic Edgelords

Academic Edgelords

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This is a scholarly podcast about scholarly provocateurs. Gadflys, charlatans, and shitposters sometimes get tenure, believe it or not. This is a leftist podcast that takes a second look at their peer-reviewed work, and tries to see if there’s anything we might learn from arguing with them. We are hosted by: Victor Bruzzone, Gordon Katic, Matt McManus, and Ethan Xavier (AKA “Mouthy Infidel”).
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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.
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Academic Survival

Shandra L. McDonald

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Thirty percent of students drop out of college during the 1st year. The transition from high school to college is a struggle for many students. I interview current and former college students about their freshman year experience and I invite guests who share topics relevant to college life. Join me as we discuss how to survive, thrive, and graduate. Academic Survival: The Podcast That Gets Freshmen to Graduation.
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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.
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Welcome to the Insights Xchange podcast, brought to you by Cactus Communications (CACTUS). Hosted by Nikesh Gosalia, this podcast is your guide to the world of research and academic publishing. Tune in to hear lively discussions with experts from the academic and publishing realms. Earlier known as All Things SciComm, the new series covers a variety of topics, from the latest trends in academic publishing to critical issues faced by researchers in an increasingly AI-driven world. Join us for ...
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This podcast is all about people who have embraced the opportunity to combine their academic work with entrepreneurial ventures. You’ll hear about the highs and lows, juggling responsibilities whilst grabbing opportunities, and gain plenty of valuable advice along the way.
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Academic Medicine Podcast

Academic Medicine

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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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The Academic Citizen

The Academic Citizen

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An independent podcast about critical issues in higher education. All episodes are free to download and share. ------ An academic citizen is anyone who is part of the higher education community. They are engaged in pedagogy or research or both, and are committed to furthering knowledge, education and the advancement of society from their disciplinary position. An academic citizen sees their work in higher education as a public project, both in terms of being partially funded by taxpayer mone ...
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Changing Academic Life

Geraldine Fitzpatrick

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What can we do, individually and collectively, to change academic life to be more sustainable, collaborative and effective? This podcast series offers long-form conversations with academics and thought leaders who share stories and insights, as well as bite-size musings on specific topics drawing on literature and personal experience. For more information go to https://changingacademiclife.com Also see https://geraldinefitzpatrick.com to leave a comment. This podcast uses the following third ...
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The Academic Revolution

Inga Hofmann, MD

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Welcome to The Academic Revolution Podcast, hosted by Inga Hofmann, MD, a Harvard-trained Pediatric Oncologist, Physician Leadership Coach, and Founder of the Physician Scientists Coaching Program. If you are like most academic physicians, you want to know the secret to creating a highly successful academic career, without sacrificing your personal life. But the truth is that the traditional academic system is broken, leaving more and more professionals like you wanting to give up. However, ...
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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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Humores Acadêmicos

Patrícia Mara

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Um canal dedicado aos humores da vida acadêmica...São diálogos e conversas sobre as experiências nos bastidores dessa comunidade. Nos siga no Twitter @HumoresA Quer contar sua experiência acadêmica? Entre em contato pelo e-mail: humoresacademicos@gmail.com
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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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Bl-Academically Speaking

Monique Power

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Join the host of Bl-Academically Speaking as she shares her personal journey towards becoming an anti-racist educator and commitment to serving her Black students . She also provides invaluable insights, practical resources, and effective strategies to empower educators in fostering inclusivity and equity within their own classrooms.
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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 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 ...
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Academics Anonymous

Amanda Woods and Victoria Valley

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Calling all researchers! Edmonia Rivers here, junior researcher at the hidden society of Academics Anonymous. Join me to learn about all things that go bump in the night. Read if you can. Listen if you dare.
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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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Academic Announcements

Academic Announcements

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The unacademic life is not worth living. Stay in the loop of Academia in this brave new age of information. Download, and keep up to date with Professor Rotsage's Academic Announcements at your own leisure.
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On this Student Spotlight: The extinction of the dinosaurs is still being studied. Kyle Atkins, PhD student in ecology at Oklahoma State University, explores a new finding that can change our understanding of the event. I am a PhD student interested in the ecology of terrestrial environments at the very end of the age of dinosaurs. When I’m not wor…
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An increasing number of students worldwide attend graduate school while simultaneously navigating a variety of competing responsibilities in their personal lives. For many students, this includes both parenting and working full-time, while maintaining a rigorous graduate course-load. Because academia overwhelmingly defaults to assuming all graduate…
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Hide your cats, hide your dogs, we’re talking about Zoophilia. In 2023, the very edgy Journal of Controversial Ideas published “Zoophilia Is Morally Permissible“. In it, Fira Bensto (pseudonym) attacks one of our most deeply entrenched social taboos: animal-human sex. We recorded this episode more than six months ago and we’re excited (and nervous)…
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In this episode, Jonathan Jackson Williams, tackles the challenges and strategies tied to physical activity and recovery. He highlights the significance of listening to one's body and knowing when to take a break from gym routines. Jonathan, a kinesiology student at California State University, Dominguez Hills, emphasizes balancing fitness goals wi…
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Today, I welcome Jane Jones back to the podcast! Jane is a development editor and writing coach specializing in supporting women and non-binary scholars in academia. She focuses on developing sustainable book-writing practices to prevent burnout and overwhelm. Join us for a conversation about replicating hierarchies when seeking or responding to fe…
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In this episode, Joan Marsh, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Psychiatry, joins Nikesh Gosalia for a thought-provoking discussion about issues in academic publishing and mental health research, highlighting the fight against predatory journals and plagiarism. Joan shares insights on using AI to enhance peer review processes and ensure reviewer diversi…
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Never give up, right? Winners never quit and quitters never win! All nonsense, I'm afraid. The sensible advice is much more measured and boring: quit when it's appropriate to quit. But how do you know when it's appropriate to quit? And have we really got quitting all wrong? Listen on, friends, and find out. Here's Annie Duke talking sense about qui…
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Dr. Cherry Junn, Physiatrist and Brain Injury Medicine specialist, was influenced by impactful mentors. Now as a Fellowship Director at the University of Washington, she is passionate about mentoring trainees through genuine care and structured feedback. Medical student Charis Turner explores Dr. Junn’s career path and practical advice about how to…
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Listening is dynamic, especially in recreating historical places. In this episode, we explore Willow Road in Fairview, Gqeberha with musician and sound artist Andrei Van Wyk. It focuses on using sound to evoke the lost homes and communities of Willow Road, destroyed by the Group Areas Act of 1950. By reconstructing the past through sound, this epis…
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Kayla Marcotte, MS, Jose Negrete Manriquez, MD, MPP, Maya Hunt, MD, Max Spadafore, MD, and Dan Schumacher, MD, PhD, MEd, join host Toni Gallo to discuss the role of learners in building the future state of assessment; the importance of having a patient-focused, learner-centered, equity-based system of assessment; and the opportunities and challenge…
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Do you ever feel like you are so busy that you never get the time to really sit down and think about what you want for your career and personal life? You are just catching up with the day-to-day activities trying to keep your head above water? Overwhelming often comes from a lack of clarity. Therefore finding clarity by creating time to craft a cle…
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Côté pile, Marc Lambron est un énarque, conseiller d’État, et ancien chargé de cours à l’École normale supérieure. Côté face, cette âme de rocker follement romanesque, a consacré un livre à Michael Jackson. Et entre les deux ? C’est un secret bien gardé : Marc Lambron est un homme qui s’épanche peu. « Personne ne sait ce que nous sommes », telle es…
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Some love a song; others can’t stand it. But why? Jane Kuehne, assistant professor of music education at Auburn University, has this music theory. Dr. Jane M. Kuehne is Associate Professor of Music Education and Graduate Program Officer in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching in the College of Education at Auburn University (in Alabama). She t…
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The colors in your personal spaces could have a big impact on your mood. Niusha Jones, assistant professor of marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University, explores why. Dr. Niusha Jones is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University. Niusha’s academic resear…
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Some places get more than others, but lightning is always dangerous. Chris Vagasky, research program manager at the University of Wisconsin, explores this natural phenomenon. Chris Vagasky is the manager of the Wisconsin Environmental Mesonet, a growing network of weather and soil monitoring stations in the state of Wisconsin. He is an active membe…
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Delivery drivers don’t have it easy when it comes to parking, so how can we improve this? Ann Melissa Campbell, Clement T. and Sylvia H. Hanson Family Chair in Manufacturing productivity and professor of business analytics at the University of Iowa, looks into it. Ann Melissa Campbell’s research focuses on freight transportation, especially on prob…
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When it comes to the heart, we have much research left to do. Tracy Hookway, assistant professor in the biomedical engineering department at Binghamton University, outlines some remaining questions. The focus of our lab is to develop predictive engineered in vitro models of human cardiovascular tissues to interrogate the mechanisms that drive morph…
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Today’s book is: More Than A Glitch: Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech (MIT Press, 2024), by Meredith Broussard. When technology reinforces inequality, it's not just a glitch—it's a signal that we need to redesign our systems to create a more equitable world. The word “glitch” implies an incidental error, as easy to patch up as it …
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Musical artists are being hurt by a new TikTok licensing snafu. Ediz Ozelkan, lecturer in the media studies department at the University of Colorado Boulder, takes a listen to find out more. I graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2023 with my PhD in media research and practice. I am currently a lecturer in the media studies departme…
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La foi en l’avenir de Haïm Korsia, Grand Rabbin de France, est aussi profonde que contagieuse. Dans son précédent livre, Réinventer les aurores, il proposait un véritable plaidoyer pour le bonheur retrouvé et la jubilation. Cette aspiration n'a pas été ternie par l'actualité des derniers mois, particulièrement douloureuse et éprouvante. Son nouveau…
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Is ChatGPT the professor of the future? Gerald LeTendre, Harry Lawrence Batshelet II Chair and professor of educational administration at Penn State University, examines the possibilities. Gerald LeTendre is the Harry Lawrence Batschelet II Chair of Educational Administration at The Pennsylvania State University. He was editor of The American Journ…
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Today's episode concludes the podcast series focused on outlining the real stages of the academic career. The final career stage in academia is 'Enjoying Your Legacy.' Now that you have established a foundation for others to continue your work, it is time to enjoy the relaxed institutional pressure and uplift other individuals in your field. The En…
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What secrets are you keeping? Amit Kumar, assistant professor of marketing and psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, says maybe it’s better to conceal less and reveal more. Amit Kumar is currently an Asst. Professor of Marketing and Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to joining the McCombs faculty, he completed a Post…
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Taxpayers are told to ante up to keep sports teams in their cities, but is it worth it? Bruce Johnson, James Graham Brown professor of economics at Centre College, examines this question. Bruce K. Johnson is the James Graham Brown Professor of Economics at Centre College, where he has taught since 1987. He became interested in sports economics when…
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Depuis quelques années, la recherche scientifique s’intéresse de près aux effets thérapeutiques des drogues psychédéliques. En réduisant l'activité du réseau du « mode par défaut » (MDP) de notre cerveau, celui qui s'active lorsque nous laissons libre cours à nos pensées, ces substances favorisent une dissolution de l'ego, ce qui peut aider à attén…
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Narrowing self-efficacy gaps for women is crucial. Lindsey Davis, assistant professor of teaching in the humanities and arts department, looks into how projects can do so for female students. I am a broadly trained interdisciplinary scholar of 19th and 20th American history …
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Today’s book is: The Artist’s Joy: A Guide to Getting Unstuck, Embracing Imperfection, and Loving Your Creative Life (Broadleaf Books, 2024), by Dr. Merideth Hite Estevez, which is the ultimate guide for creatives. Whether you are a dabbler, a career creative, or a long-time self-proclaimed "tortured artist," The Artist’s Joy is here to help. As a …
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Can a negative project experience still provide benefits to students? And if so, how? Sarah Stanlick, assistant professor in the department of integrative and global studies, answers these questions. Sarah Stanlick, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Integ…
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Gillian Mathews sits down with Dr. Yein Lee, DO to discuss the harmony between physiatry and performing arts.#ThisIsPhysiatry is a podcast that aims to spread awareness for the wonderful specialty of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). This podcast is brought to you by AAP’s Medical Student Council (MSC).…
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: A capstone project in the arts and humanities fields could have benefits for many types of students. Ryan Madan, associate professor of teaching in the humanities and arts department, determines why. When new acquaintances find out I teach writing, it’s not unusual for them …
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We are progressing through the podcast series focused on the real stages of the academic career based on your development as a professional. In today's episode, I introduce the fourth career stage: Building Your Legacy. Building Your Legacy comes post-tenure. It is the most challenging career stage in academics because it demands a radical shift an…
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Can too much of a good thing be bad for you? Not when it comes to project-based learning. Kimberly LeChasseur, senior research and evaluation associate, examines why. As a Research & Evaluation Associate with the Center for Project-Based Learning, Kimberly LeChasseur focuses…
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We’re back! For our relaunch episode, we chose an article that helps us reflect on this podcast’s mission: “Moral Philosophy’s Moral Risk” by Jason Brennan and Christopher Freiman. The paper argues that there is a difficult dilemma at the root of moral philosophical inquiry: either philosophers should avoid risky topics that could violate moral nor…
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Developing high-impact practices for students can be beneficial for institutions. Kris Wobbe, associate professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, explains why. Kris Wobbe is the Director of WPI’s Center for Project-Based Learning. Most recently she directed …
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Can your sports team decide which drink you have tonight? Niusha Jones, assistant professor of marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University, answers this question. Dr. Niusha Jones is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University. Niusha’s academic research foc…
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Did you know that your brain never devotes more than 0.5% of its power to important things like finding food, avoiding predators, thinking, perceiving, and feeling? And that this is because you're always bloody using the other 99.5% for comparing yourself unfavourably to other people? Admittedly, I just made that up - but you do spend far too much …
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Chantal Thomas est une femme aquatique. Enfant, c’est l'océan qui a forgé ses principes d’existence : sa liberté et son attention à l’impermanence. Si la romancière apprécie toujours autant les bains de mer aujourd’hui, le désert semble avoir aussi une place à part dans son parcours. Pour un séjour universitaire, elle s’est envolée au début des ann…
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What makes Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) uniquely Latinx? And how can university leaders, staff, and faculty transform these institutions into spaces that promote racial equity, social justice, and collective liberation? Today’s book is: Transforming Hispanic-Serving Institutions for Equity and Justice (Johns Hopkins UP, 2023), by Dr. Gina A…
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The story of Asian peoples in the Americas goes back longer than expected. Diego Luis, assistant professor of Latin American history at Tufts University, examines this history through one individual. Diego Javier Luis is an assistant professor of Latin American history at Tufts University. He is the author of The First Asians in the Americas: A Tra…
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Today, we tackle a crucial topic for PhDs transitioning from academia to other sectors like industry: transferable skills. Discover what these skills are, how to identify them, and what non-academic employers are looking for. If you're nearing graduation or considering your next career move, this episode is a must-listen for unlocking your full pot…
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The honey imported into the U.S. might not be what we think it is. Gerard Dumancas, associate professor of chemistry at the University of Scranton, determines how to tell if it’s pure, or altered. Gerard G. Dumancas is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and the Director of the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, and a C…
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