Best Academics podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Active Academics is a series of activities designed for classroom teachers to get students active during the school day. This Podcast is dedicated to a workshop series providing classroom teachers with the practical knowledge needed to implement active academics in their own classes.
 
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A showcase of the high quality research and expertise at The University of Auckland, Inquiring Minds is a series of conversations between well-known New Zealand broadcaster Kerre Woodham and six academics from the Faculty of Arts. With topics that range from New Zealand’s political system and the relationship between Shakespeare and the Bible, to the challenges of carrying out fieldwork on a sinking Pacific island and the sociology of genocide, the interviews highlight the diverse fields of ...
 
Dr. Lindsay Padilla explores the academic and business lives of her guests, and how these two identities shape one another. Each episode traces the story behind their choices, the challenges they faced, and the mindset it takes to start a business (whether on the side or to leave academia for good). If you've ever felt bound by the walls of your institution, then you'll want to listen to these stories of your fellow academic misfits who are using their knowledge to build profitable businesses.
 
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Helping domestic violence victims in isolated areas can be hard. In today's Academic Minute, part of Washington College Week, Rachel Durso describes using data points to bring help to areas that need it. Durso is an assistant professor of sociology at Washington College. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute F ...…
 
Did we eat healthier millions of years ago? In today's Academic Minute, part of Washington College Week, Bill Schindler discusses why today’s dietary culture is out of whack with our bodies’ needs. Schindler is an associate professor of anthropology at Washington College. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute ...…
 
Every year, we see drownings. In some cases people survive, but unfortunately sometimes they do not. However, there is confusion in both the medical community and the public regarding what is considered to be a drowning event. Dogma and myths are everywhere and one of the most common is "dry drowning" which is why we brought Michelle Perkins on ...…
 
Lindsay and Catie discuss the importance of your personal brand, whether you own your own business or not. Coming from the physical sciences, Dr. Cat has found posting her research to social media leads to better reach, stronger connections, and higher recognition from colleagues. About Catie: Catie Leta aka Dr. rer. nat. Maren Katherina Preis ...…
 
Women’s political participation is on the rise. In today's Academic Minute, part of Washington College Week, Melissa Deckman discusses how younger generations are changing gender norms in politics. Deckman is a professor of political science at Washington College. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 08 ...…
 
Dr. Gerold Ebenbichler, a physiatrist practicing in Vienna, Austria, conducted a 10 year study to follow both the structure and function related long-term course of shoulders that had been treated with therapeutic ultrasound (US) for symptomatic calcific tendinitis. His study is published in the September 2018 issue of the American Journal of P ...…
 
Rising sea levels are already affecting communities. In today's Academic Minute, part of Washington College Week, Aaron Lampman examines why coastal residents don’t accept this fact. Lampman is chair and associate professor in Washington's department of anthropology. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: ...…
 
Recent highlight interviews on Black history in America.Paul Ortiz connects the politics of anti-imperialism to the tradition of Black radicalism. [00:01:09] / Anna-Lisa Cox traces the westward journey of America's Black pioneers. [00:36:43] / Talitha LeFlouria examines the incarcerated labor of Black women in Reconstruction-era Georgia. [1:23: ...…
 
President Trump isn’t the only powerful figure to break the Twitter barrier. In today's Academic Minute, Saint Leo University's Stephen Okey explores how Pope Francis is using the medium in a different fashion. Okey is an assistant professor of philosophy at Saint Leo. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute Fil ...…
 
The Hopleaf's Michael Roper discusses sell-outs and shut-downs in the late stage craft beer market. / In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen puts a Great Thinker's words into worst practices.
 
No spoilers please! In today's Academic Minute, Case Western Reserve University's Vera Tobin examines how being fooled by a story can lead to great joy. Tobin is an assistant professor of cognitive science at Case Western. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 08-09-18 Case Western - Plot Twists.mp3 Even ...…
 
Jan Gulliksen is a Professor in Human Computer Interaction and Vice President for Digitalization at KTH in Stockholm Sweden, among various other national and international leadership roles. He was also Dean of school for 7 years and we talk here mostly about his experiences and thoughts on middle management and academic leadership. He shares hi ...…
 
We like transparency from our business leaders, but what kind are we getting? In today's Academic Minute, SUNY Polytechnic's Robert Edgell discusses the different types of transparency and which are most helpful to organizations. Edgell is an associate professor of technology management at SUNY Poly. A transcript of this podcast can be found he ...…
 
Historian Lilian Calles Barger explores the past (and future) of the liberation theology movement. Lilian is author of "The World Come of Age: An Intellectual History of Liberation Theology" from Oxford University Press.
 
We see changes in potassium levels all of the time in patients. However, what works and what does not? What is the evidence behind the management? Are there special pearls? These questions and much more are addressed in this podcast with Michelle Perkins.
 
Lindsay and Sara discuss those first few weeks of starting a business, being honest with yourself through regular self-reflection and using research to help your business grow. Connect with Sara and the other guests in the AMB Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Sara: Sara Gallegos, Ed.D. is a higher education st ...…
 
Our security measures may lead to insecurity for others. In today's Academic Minute, Ray Raymond of the State University of New York at Ulster examines how protectionism at home may lead to bigger troubles abroad. Raymond is a professor of government and history at SUNY Ulster. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic M ...…
 
Attorney Flint Taylor follows the long, living legacy of police torture in Chicago. Flint's book "The Torture Machine: Racism and Police Violence in Chicago" is out later this year via Haymarket Books. / Journalist Drew Philp talks about building a house and rebuilding a community in Detroit. Drew is author of "A $500 House in Detroit: Rebuildi ...…
 
Who was Howard Thurman? In today's Academic Minute, Emory University's David B. Gowler discusses Thurman’s influence beyond being an influence to Martin Luther King Jr. Gowler is the Dr. Lovick Pierce and Bishop George F. Pierce Chair of Religion at Emory's Oxford College. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute ...…
 
Economist Mark Weisbrot examines the US hand in Latin American politics across the 21st century. Mark wrote the essay "A Note about 'Our Backyard': Advice that Thomas Shannon Might Give to Mike Pompeo" for CEPR.
 
How do we ensure students get sexual education? In today's Academic Minute, part of American University Week, Rachel Robinson explores how two different communities did just that. Robinson is an associate professor at the school of international service at American. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: ...…
 
Organizer Andrea Ritchie explains how loitering laws expand police surveillance and abuse. Andrea wrote the Truthout article "Prostitution-Related" Loitering Ordinance Promotes Racial Profiling in Chicago with Brit Schulte. / In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen ponders outliving his usefulness.
 
Historian C. Riley Snorton traces a history of convergence between Blackness and transness. Riley is author of the book "Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity" from University of Minnesota Press.
 
Patients often come in complaining of a possible spider bite, but is this actually the cause of their symptoms? In this blog and podcast, we talk specifically about brown recluse bites, differentiating them from other causes, treatment, and other pearls.
 
Lindsay and Anu discuss the early stages of starting a business and the value of navigating your skill set to establish a focus. Join Anu and Lindsay over in the AMB Facebook group!https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Anu: Anu has been an educator and academic leader for over 20 years helping mentor students and faculty in and ou ...…
 
Writer Victor Wallis presents a socialist framework for ecological revolution. Victor is author of "Red-Green Revolution: The Politics and Technology of Ecosocialism" from Political Animal Press.
 
Horror can be horrifying, but it can also be hilarious. Whether it’s mad science or vampires living together, the comedy in these films heightens the absurd as well as our notions of “typical” behavior. At its best, comedy and horror function as a subversion of our day to day lives and expectations enlightening us to the strange elements that w ...…
 
Artist Boots Riley discusses finding (and using) your voice in a culture controlled by capitalism. Boots is the writer and director of the new film "Sorry to Bother You."
 
Writer Cyrus Farivar explains why yesterday's privacy laws are no match for today's surveillance technology. Cyrus is the author of "Habeas Data: Privacy vs. the Rise of Surveillance Tech" from Melville House. / In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen mourns the passing of a great life.
 
"I can now passionately answer the age-old question of what I want to be when I grow up. A doctor." Pre-med student Matt Orringer reflects on the experiences that connected the dots between his college science courses and real-life patient care, convincing him that medicine is the right career path for him. His essay was published in the Teachi ...…
 
Epinephrine (adrenaline) has been a hallmark of cardiac arrest management as an attempt to obtain a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). However, the evidence for epinephrine in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) as well as in the hospital (IHCA) has been conflicting. We review the largest trial to date just recently published in the Ne ...…
 
Lindsay and Miranda discuss using academia to help your business, and how there’s no ‘right moment’ to become an entrepreneur. Connect with Miranda and Lindsay in the AMB Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Miranda: Miranda is faculty member, intrapreneur and entrepreneur with her coaching work in personal develo ...…
 
"Instead of dismissing Ms. S as another 'challenging patient,' we should have considered her concerns and inquired about her worries, discovered her fears..." First-year resident Trisha Paul reflects on a patient encounter that taught her about partnering with patients and their families to decide on mutual goals for healing. Her essay was publ ...…
 
Does it actually matter how you dress when you go to work? The BMJ recently published an open access article covering this exact issue. Although in many ways limited, this study offered some key insights regarding how our dress attire in different settings could potentially impact patient perceptions.…
 
Lindsay and Gertrude discuss the fear of leaving academia, the importance of having a side hustle and key tips on transitioning into business. Join Gertrude and the other guests in the AMB Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Gertrude: Gertrude Nonterah is a former registered nurse and research scientist who now h ...…
 
Dr. Joline Brandenburg, a physiatrist with the Mayo Clinic, conducted a study to longitudinally quantify effect of onabotulinum toxin A (BoNT-A) on passive muscle properties in children with cerebral palsy using ultrasound shear wave elastography. Her study was published in the February 2018 issue of the American Journal of Physical Medicine & ...…
 
Rowena Murray is a Professor of Education, Director of Research, in the School of Education at the University of the West of Scotland. She is an internationally recognised expert and author on academic writing and on running writing retreats. In this conversation she talks about the writing retreats for both the importance of learning behaviour ...…
 
Too often we find ourselves fighting trolls and people both on social media and sometimes in real life. Most of the time though, we are not able to engage in any form of real debate and discussion. In this blog and podcast, we talk about how to meaningfully discuss and properly debate in any situation, especially on social media.…
 
Lindsay and Lydia discuss the power of parallel learning and how you can start and run a business whilst in education. Connect with Lindsay and Lydia over in the AMB Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Lydia: Lydia Kitts is a professor and data-driven strategist who creates functional designs crafted by hand + he ...…
 
Global Security Podcasts Dr. Stephen Tankel The United States vitally depends on foreign partners as it fights terrorist groups around the world. However, those relationships often do not deliver what Washington thinks they should. In this Global Security Podcast, Mark Stout talks with Dr. Stephen Tankel about his new book With Us and Against U ...…
 
Discussing the current practice of using USMLE Step 1 scores to screen residency applicants and the effects on medical students and the medical school curriculum are Academic Medicine editor-in-chief David Sklar and senior staff editor Toni Gallo (@AcadMedJournal) and four Academic Medicine authors who have written on this topic: Charles Prober ...…
 
Excited delirium has been covered quite a bit, but like other hot topics it is always changing with new evidence. Here are some of the key pearls and pitfalls to managing this high risk population.
 
Lindsay and Tracy discuss social media as a gateway to entrepreneurship and the increasing amount of women entering the online business space. Plus some great tips on how to get started. Connect with Lindsay, Tracy, and other guests and listeners in the AMB Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Tracy: Dr. Tracy Tim ...…
 
Amy Homkes-Hayes, Lead Innovation Advocate @amynhayes What happens when an English faculty and a Chemistry faculty partner to create a writing-to-learn program? You get M-Write. Listen to the latest episode in the Origin Stories podcast as Anne Ruggles Gere, Arthur F. Thurnau, Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor of Education and English Language ...…
 
Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin, an expert panel of fellowship program directors in global health discuss the nuts and bolts of applying to a global health fellowship in EM. Panelists: Dr. Kristiana Kaufman (Wayne State University), Dr. Rebecca Walker (Stanford University), Dr. Hani Mowafi (Yale University)…
 
The last 100 podcasts has been a major milestone. Now that we are in the triple digits, it is worth reviewing some of the highlights from the first 100 episodes. Also, we have a major announcement to share!
 
Lindsay and Josie share amazing advice for social media practices when starting a business. They discuss the fear of calling what you do a "business" and how to get over it. Be sure to connect with Lindsay, Josie, and other guests in the Academics Mean Business Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMBcommunity/ About Josie: After ...…
 
"Instead of perceiving my humanity as a reason why I may fall short of my patients’ needs and expectations, I now understand that it is also a way I can meet them." First-year resident Cindy Lee reflects on a personal experience that drove home the lessons she was learning about patient-centered care. Her essay was published in the Teaching and ...…
 
On June 28, John Fea will release his new book, Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump with Eerdman's. As a bonus episode, producer Drew Dyrli Hermeling sat down with Fea to discuss the deep history that led 81% of white evangelicals to vote for Trump in the 2016 election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
When you hear five of anything in regards to emergency medicine, you have to think of Ken Milne who is an evidence based medicine (EBM) guru in the field of emergency medicine (EM). He hosts The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine (The SGEM) and is a major advocate in cutting down the knowledge translation (KT) window down from over 10 years t ...…
 
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