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Best Administrators podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Administrators podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL ENRICHMENT YOU CAN ACCESS IN THE CAR, GYM, OR ANYWHERE! InJoy's podcast features enlightening interviews with health educators, leaders, influencers, and advocates in maternal-child health who focus on transforming care through education. Tune in, learn, and be inspired by these empowering leaders who are passionate about making a difference—just like you. You’ll get ideas you can implement right away!
 
What if you could hear from leaders in school systems all around the country? People who are finding innovative ways to solve problems and make strategic decisions as they work to hire, develop, retain and support teachers and staff? From superintendents to principals, from human resources to curriculum and instruction to special education, we’re talking with people who have something to say in K-12 – and we’re sharing those conversations here.
 
The BLBS podcast is created for ruckus makers. What exactly is a ruckus maker? Someone who has found freedom from the status quo. Someone who creates change. Someone who never, ever gives up. Listen to this category-defining podcast in education to level up your leadership skills. Lead with confidence. Lead authentically. Lead by serving your community. Each week Daniel has a conversation with a leadership expert and invites you to the table. Turn your commute (or chores) into professional d ...
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is a service of the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. Executive Director of AMT Lab is Brett Ashley Crawford, Editors include Patrick Zakem, Stewart Urist, Katie Grennan and Jess Bergson.
 
Journalist Mehdi Hasan is known around the world for his televised takedowns of presidents and prime ministers. In this new podcast from The Intercept, Mehdi unpacks a game-changing news event of the week while challenging the conventional wisdom. As a Brit, a Muslim and an immigrant based in Donald Trump's Washington D.C., Mehdi offers a provocative perspective on the ups and downs of American—and global—politics.
 
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Airdate May 24 2020: Trump threatened U.S. withdrawal from the WHO this week, alleging the organization is aligned with China. Is he right? What would the WHO look like without the U.S.? WHO Assistant Director-General Stewart Simonson talks to Fareed. Also, China tightened its grip on Hong Kong and threatened "counter-measures" against America. Wha…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan talks about how his formative years in computing still affect him, Kyle shares some follow-up on deploying the latest PIs, and then Dan talks about using Postfix as an SMTP relay to improve email delivery in PeopleSoft. Show Notes Formative years in computing @ 2:30 Sasank on Setting up the new Kibana Analytics @ 9:45 …
 
Attorney General William Barr has emerged as the shrewdest and most effective member of the Trump administration, weaponizing the Department of Justice to protect the president and his allies while threatening his enemies with legal retribution. He has made it clear that in sharp contrast to the traditionally independent role of the AG, he is willi…
 
The pandemic has not stopped children and teenage migrants from showing up alone at the US border hoping to apply for asylum. But how they’re being treated by US authorities has changed dramatically and critics say the Trump administration is using the pandemic as a way to halt any entries across the border. Also, the historic theater district in L…
 
Ohio State University art history professor Jody Patterson joins us to discuss lessons learned from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's artist employment programs such as the Works Progress Administration. And, commercial aircraft are gathering much less weather data because of the huge reduction in air travel. We find out what that might mean for fo…
 
Jacqueline's new book, Manifesto for a Moral Revolution: Practices to Build a Better World … Female saints as childhood role models … How Jacqueline helped start Rwanda's first microfinance bank … Jacqueline's "patient capital" investment nonprofit, Acumen … The four steps toward building moral imagination … Toilet entrepreneurship in Nairobi … Cha…
 
New coronavirus cases in the past week are up in least 17 states. States around the country lift restrictions heading into the holiday weekend. Trump declares house of worship “essential” amid pandemic. Fears grow over an uptick in cases as states are now lifting restrictions heading into the holiday weekend. The CDC estimates that 35% of coronavir…
 
Mickey betrays Bob on Twitter … With some states reopening, what have we learned? … Debating "decoupling" from China … Trump fires IGs; Bob frets, Mickey is blasé … Tara Reade’s credibility takes a hit … Were the layoffs at The Atlantic less than meets the eye? … Bob's media criticism, pro- and anti-Trump editions … Mickey rebuts Adam Serwer on Tru…
 
Mickey betrays Bob on Twitter … With some states reopening, what have we learned? … Debating "decoupling" from China … Trump fires IGs; Bob frets, Mickey is blasé … Tara Reade’s credibility takes a hit … Were the layoffs at The Atlantic less than meets the eye? … Bob's media criticism, pro- and anti-Trump editions … Mickey rebuts Adam Serwer on Tru…
 
US President Donald Trump has decided to pull the US out of the Open Skies arms control treaty that allows nations to fly over one another's territory with surveillance equipment. Former State Department official Alex Bell tells host Marco Werman that the move is more evidence that the White House plans to exit the START Treaty, which limits deploy…
 
The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide surpassed 5 million this week, with most of the new cases coming from just four countries: the U.S., Russia, Brazil and India. Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, professor at Columbia University, joins us to discuss the state of the coronavirus pandemic. And, commencement speeches this year have taken on additional weight as …
 
A study suggests a 7-day average show 17 states with an increase in new reported cases compared to nine states on the rise the week before. Another study suggests that 36,000 lives could have been saved if the United States lockdown happened one week earlier. Trump responds to the study, calling the study a "political hit job." Trump defied rules a…
 
The worst person to ever be president is... … More evidence that old white people like Joe Biden … Is an electoral blowout coming? … Matt: Trump is unable to define Biden … Breaking news: Karl Rove is advising Trump … Have we overreacted or underreacted to the virus? … Veepstakes: Does Biden want an heir apparent? … Why did Amash drop out of the Li…
 
The worst person to ever be president is... … More evidence that old white people like Joe Biden … Is an electoral blowout coming? … Matt: Trump is unable to define Biden … Breaking news: Karl Rove is advising Trump … Have we overreacted or underreacted to the virus? … Veepstakes: Does Biden want an heir apparent? … Why did Amash drop out of the Li…
 
The weather’s getting nice, summer is around the corner and economies around the globe are starting to re-open after months of pandemic lockdown. All sounds pretty good, except for one thing: the COVID-19 numbers. They’re not good at all. And, in Canada, the western province of British Columbia was already battling a major health crisis when the co…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has underscored the critical role of public health in protecting people around the world. But the crisis has also exposed the need for more investment to help prevent a pandemic of this magnitude from happening again. As part of our weekly series taking your questions to the experts, The World's Elana Gordon moderated a dis…
 
Joe Biden is a back to normal hologram, for the left – a fake shell who’s supposed to represent normalcy, but it's really the far left who does the talking for him. We’ll also dive into all the leftist governors who are responsible for their states’ terrible pandemic responses – including Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer. Spencer Klavan also joins…
 
Addiction experts are turning to telemedicine to offer their services to patients amid the pandemic. We speak to Stephen Loyd, Chief Medical Officer of Cedar Recovery in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about the role of telemedicine in addiction treatment. Also, we've heard a lot from adults about the struggles of online learning, but how are kids feeling…
 
World Health Organization reports that there were more cases reported in last 24 hours than any time since the coronavirus outbreak begins. All 50 states partially reopen as CDC releases detailed guidance on reporting that had been shelved by the White House. United States death toll tops 93,000. Sources say the fate of CDC chief are in question as…
 
Dan's in-progress book, Prolegomena for a Pluralist Metaphysics … Avoiding the "crazy positions" … A stereoscopic view of the "scientific" and "manifest" images … Dan: A world with people in it is only explainable in fragmentary terms … Crispin sees the leading edge of the new dualism … On the ontological status of coming-of-age stories … Previewin…
 
Dan's in-progress book, Prolegomena for a Pluralist Metaphysics … Avoiding the "crazy positions" … A stereoscopic view of the "scientific" and "manifest" images … Dan: A world with people in it is only explainable in fragmentary terms … Crispin sees the leading edge of the new dualism … On the ontological status of coming-of-age stories … Previewin…
 
Dentist offices in some states are beginning to reopen for non-emergency services this week. Dr. Romesh Nalliah, clinical professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan, joins us to discuss the challenges dentists and hygienists are facing in the era of coronavirus. And, there's growing consensus that human destruction of pristine habitats is…
 
Disney is putting rules in place like requiring visitors to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks. The company has also issued a warning — saying come at your own risk. Martin Lewison, known as Professor Roller Coaster, joins us. Also, newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing have been forced to accept furloughs and pay cuts that will last b…
 
After defending his use of unproven hydroxychloroquine drug, Trump calls study's warning of it's risks "phony" and an "enemy statement." While taking the drug, Trump is also refusing to wear a mask. Although cases of coronavirus are rising in 17 states, all states will be partially opened this week. The governor of Texas is attributing the rise in …
 
Rick earned a bachelor’s degree in adolescent education/social studies from Fredonia State University in New York. He has a master’s degree in adolescent education from Oneonta State College, also in New York. He earned a certificate of advanced studies in educational leadership from Binghamton University in New York. He was a middle and high schoo…
 
Ezra's new book, Why We're Polarized … How ideology became identity … Could Trump have realigned American politics? … Ezra: All politics is identity politics … Why “this person is not like us” is a way to go viral … Why the two political parties stopped cooperating … Ezra wants to see more small-d democratization in America … When winning is losing…
 
Ezra's new book, Why We're Polarized … How ideology became identity … Could Trump have realigned American politics? … Ezra: All politics is identity politics … Why “this person is not like us” is a way to go viral … Why the two political parties stopped cooperating … Ezra wants to see more small-d democratization in America … When winning is losing…
 
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus closed the WHO’s two-day annual assembly vowing to continue to lead the fight against the pandemic “which threatens to tear at the fabric of international cooperation.” And, a super cyclone is set to hit India and Bangladesh Wednesday. Millions of people are being evacuated all w…
 
Many hospitals have pared their class offerings down to core classes and moved them online. Join us to hear Anne’s story about what those changes have meant for Anne, her staff, and the students. Anne Wright’s background is in education. She spent 10 years working for Continental Airlines providing leadership development training to over 5,000 lead…
 
Nearly 1.5 million lupus patients depend on hydroxycholoroquine, but since the coronavirus pandemic caught fire in March, the drug has been hard to come by. Lupus patient Stacie Beland joins us to discuss how she has been affected by the shortages. And, SalesForce executive Elizabeth Pinkham joins us to discuss the ways that offices and office cult…
 
As students of all ages adjust to online classes during the pandemic, one course that can be hard to teach virtually is science. But for some teachers, where there's a will, there's a way. WBEZ's Kate McGee reports. Also, some increasingly popular air conditioning systems don't bring in enough fresh air. University of Maryland environmental health …
 
How does Bill Barr likely not going after Barack Obama and Joe Biden for their roles in #Obamagate equate to a good thing? Andrew Klavan explains that – as well as regular cops standing up to tyranny from their governors, and why it’s all tied to a uniquely American idea. Plus Catherine Engelbrecht from True The Vote on protecting our vote. If you …
 
In this episode we speak with Dr. Leanne Peters, the Assistant Superintendent, Learning and Instruction Development at Sunrise School Division in Manitoba. She has a long educational history as Assistant Principal, Principal and Assistant Superintendent. She has also been involved in MASS, the Manitoba Association of School Superintendents, for man…
 
Dr. Fauci said in March that there was no evidence hydroxychloroquine works as a preventative. The FDA also warns it’s tied to heart disease which Trump was found to have in 2018. U.S. death toll now tops 90,000 as cases surpass 1.5 million; Texas plans to open bars, bowling alleys, gyms, and a massage center as state posts its highest single day s…
 
Amy wants to starve the higher ed beast … Do Americans need affirmative action for graduate school? … Glenn and Amy criticize undergraduate instruction … Amy: "There's a certain degree of feminization that is going on as well" … How should students be graded during the pandemic? … Amy explains what we should and shouldn't be doing during the pandem…
 
Amy wants to starve the higher ed beast … Do Americans need affirmative action for graduate school? … Glenn and Amy criticize undergraduate instruction … Amy: "There's a certain degree of feminization that is going on as well" … How should students be graded during the pandemic? … Amy explains what we should and shouldn't be doing during the pandem…
 
It’s an unprecedented time and situation: “A microscopic virus has brought us to our knees,” said United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres at the start of the 73rd annual World Health Assembly on Monday. Leaders from around the world convened, for the first time virtually, for two days of meetings to address the world’s response to the glo…
 
In mid-March, nursing home owner Tyson Belanger decided to take a unique approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19: offering staff up to $20,000 a month to move into RVs he rented and placed on site. Belanger talks to host Robin Young about his plan and how other facilities could make it work. Also, beaches in Los Angeles reopened after closing to…
 
At least 150 children in the U.S. are now believed to have contracted pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome, a new illness thought to be connected to COVID-19. Amber Dean, a Hornell, New York, mother of three joins us to discuss her 9-year-old son Bobby who is recovering from the illness. And, we hear from an exterminator about how rats have…
 
The nation begins to open up and the economy starts to recover as Democrats like Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden and Barack Obama do everything they can to make it stop. Plus, Andrew tells you to remember how people have acted in this time of crisis, because conservative aren’t giving President Donald Trump enough credit. Andrew also discuss…
 
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