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Ariel Frame, Laura Muñoz, Yousuf Hasan, Elizabeth Mohler, Hira Nadeem, Rose Giles, Danica Facca, Ana Moyer, Amalie Hutchinson, Bahaaldin Sahouli, Claire Bottini, Brittany Melton, Michelle Krasovitski

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The official podcast of the Society of Graduate Students at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. We aim to showcase the innovative research that graduate students are conducting at Western University and appeal to various audiences including those within and beyond the academic community.
 
Former Action Guys Podcast is a way for veterans, first responders and others to share their stories that the world has never heard in a casual, conversational format that allows a natural flow of information about their career and lives. These blunt, in-your-face stories are ones of adventure and excitement, but also sometimes sorrow and pain. Through all of that, in the end most guests just remember and reflect on the excitement and adventures they undertook. The friends they gained and lo ...
 
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This week, join Laura and Brittany as they interview Jordan VanderBurgt, a first year PhD student in biology. Jordan discusses Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS), growing vaccines in plants, and the effects of both this disease and its research. To find out more about Jordan, you can find him on twitter as jvand222. Recorded on Ju…
 
Tony Musselman is a former Fire Support Marine and JTAC in the United States Marine Corps. Tony served in combat with 5th ANGLICO, 2nd Battalion 6th Marines and Raider Battalion. After leaving the Marines, Tony earned a degree from Penn State University and now works in the field as a wildlife biologist. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast…
 
On this episode of the GradCast hosts Claire Bottini and Charan Mandur sit down with PhD candidate Sufyan Tahir to discuss the world of plant biology. Sufyan shares his research to improve drought tolerance in crops through plant genetics. Recorded on June 21, 2022. Produced by Amalie Hutchinson. Theme song provided by https://freebeats.io/ Produce…
 
26 years of Delta Operator Chris Moyer's 31-year-career was spent with the Special Operation Command. In addition to serving with Ranger Battalion, Chris served with the Joint Special Operation Command and 19th Special Forces Group. His first mission with Delta was less than a month after Sept. 11th and he and his teammates would be some of the fir…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth, Laura, and Rose talk with Eric Zwicker, a PhD candidate in Musicology. As part of his research project, Eric is working on creating an album of original music. Eric discusses how he uses Indigenous Research Methodologies throughout his process of music creation, and how that music can be used as a form of reconciliation.…
 
If you have ever wondered what happens with insects during the winter, this episode will provide some answers. Hosts Ariel Frame and Laura Muñoz Baena chat with Alyssa Stephens, a student of the Biology department who just defended her Masters thesis on freezing tolerance in spring field crickets. More specifically, Alyssa studied how crickets modi…
 
Blake Flannery is a retired United States Marine Corps Reconnaissance Man, veteran of multiple deployments, and civilian tactics instructor. Blake uses his social media accounts to share knowledge about fieldcraft he learned during a career in the infantry and recondo communities. Podcast links: https://linktr.ee/formeractionguys…
 
Garth Casbourn speaks with Ariel Frame and Claire Bottini about his research on song sparrows he is doing for his PhD in Biology. Garth explains how his experiments will tell us how testosterone functions in male birds and what relevance this hormone might have for bird migration. Recorded on May 31st 2022. Produced by Amalie Hutchinson. Theme song…
 
Recorded live at Radio Western 94.9 FM studio, hosts Ariel Frame, Elizabeth Mohler, and Brittany Melton discuss their grad life experience at different stages in their PhD programs. Recorded May 18 2022 Theme song provided by https://freebeats.io/ Produced by White Hot.By Ariel Frame, Laura Muñoz, Yousuf Hasan, Elizabeth Mohler, Hira Nadeem, Rose Giles, Danica Facca, Ana Moyer, Amalie Hutchinson, Bahaaldin Sahouli, Claire Bottini, Brittany Melton, Michelle Krasovitski
 
Daniel "Fitz" Fitzgerald is a Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) qualified Marine H-1 crew chief with deployments to Afghanistan and multiple Marine Expeditionary Units (MEUs). During his 2012 deployment, Fitz's squadron was one of the units aboard Camp Bastion during the surprise Taliban assault that claimed two lives and multiple aircraft. Soci…
 
This week, Carolynn Hare joins hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Ana Moyer. Carolynn is a PhD student in the department of psychology studying ADHD and multisensory integration. A person with ADHD herself, Carolynn has a unique perspective, and plans to use her position to study how kids with ADHD use sensory input to process their world, how that may di…
 
On this episode of the GradCast hosts Laura Muñoz Baena and Brittany Melton chat with Charan Mandur, a first-year PhD student in the Department of History. They discuss the Halifax Explosion, environmental history, and Charan’s aspiration to blend the two. Recorded on May 17th 2022. Produced by Laura Muñoz Baena. Theme song provided by https://free…
 
Robby Watson is a US Marine Infantryman that visited more than 20 countries during his four year enlistment. He also is an ultra runner that has completed 4 x 100 milers, 3 x 50 milers and 20+ 50k's. Literally insane. We get into his military time in Europe and different ports, winter training in Bridgeport when a CH-53 crashed, why Justin hates th…
 
Jonathan Eisele is a former officer in the United States Marine Corps and served with me as an Afghan National Army Advisor during our Sangin deployment in 2013. Jon is also a lifelong aviator and currently runs a paramotor school. Social media links: https://linktr.ee/formeractionguys Jon's Website: http://www.paramerica.us/ Resurgence Website: ht…
 
Join hosts Elizabeth Mohler and Amalie Hutchinson in their chat with Brigette Farrell, PhD student in history. Brigette shares about her interesting research into the history of science, medicine, and culture. We discuss shell shock in World War I soldiers, the impacts of eugenics on Canadian and French history, and how politics snuggles closer to …
 
In this episode, Erin Isaac explains to hosts Brittany and Laura how race and climate were linked by 18th-century beliefs about the body. They also discuss how migrants who came to Nova Scotia in the 1780s (along with the colony’s existing populations!) contended with an unusually hostile climate following a volcanic eruption in 1783, and how this …
 
Riley Compton is an active duty Marine and a member of the Team USA Developmental Bobsled Team. Compton was also recruited to play college softball by George Washington University and uses her experience to discuss the recent change in NCAA rules regarding athlete sponsorships.By Former Action Guys Podcast
 
This week we met with Justin Robar, a PhD student in Sport Management Graduate Program. In this episode, Justin tells Elizabeth Mohler and Claire Bottini about his research on how sport can positively impact player’s life and community. He describes his MA experience on how sport development programs impact rural African communities. Justin also el…
 
Ryan Rogers is a United States Marine Corps rifleman with multiple deployments under his belt. In addition to serving with 3/2 and 3/6, Rogers was with Marine Security Forces and had a short stint on the Marine Corps boxing team. Check out his book Lions of Marjah and the Choices Not Chances podcast!…
 
Join hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Michelle Krasovitski as they sit down with Tedi Ramaj, PhD student in applied mathematics. How can math help with understanding invasive species proliferation, cancer cell growth, or COVID trajectories? Tedi shares with GradCast all that and more, introducing us to the power of simulations, some helpful advice for g…
 
Amanda Suko, a PhD student in Anthropological archaeology, joins hosts Ariel Frame and Ana Moyer this week to discuss Indigenous Ontarian pottery and the people who made it. Working with a collection located near what is now known as Arkona, Ontario, Amanda investigates the production of pottery and how they reflect community and shared knowledge. …
 
In this episode, Jessica Novial shares a fantastic medieval story with hosts Ariel Frame and Laura Munoz. As a PhD Candidate in French Studies, Jessica's work entails a critical analysis of the 13th-century French romance called "Le Roman de Silence" - (The Romance of Silence), written in old French. Listen in to hear Jessica explain the twists and…
 
Old friend of the show Tracy Offutt is back to talk current events, military shenanigans, and whatever else we come up with. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5 Support the podcast and website: www.jcramergraphics.com www.ANGLICOshop.com Podcast Links: YouTube: http://bit.ly/formeractionguysYouTube Spot…
 
Fred Galvin is a United States Marine Corps Raider that came from the infantry and Recon communities. Galvin was the company commander for Fox Company, 2nd MSOB. Fox was the first MARSOC company to deploy and was falsely accused of murdering Afghan civilians after fighting through an ambush during their 2007 deployment to Afghanistan. Hear more abo…
 
Alex Prong, a media studies MA student, joins hosts Laura Muñoz-Baena and Brittany Melton this week to discuss queer literature in its many forms. Join us as we prod the Prong about their inspiration, book recommendations and how they go about researching indigiqueer literature to find alternative paths to chrono and homonormativity. Recommended bo…
 
This week, we interview one of our own, Brittany Melton, PhD student in media studies! Brittany tells hosts Ana Moyer and Amalie Hutchinson about her research into some interesting communities on Reddit, and shares how dating and gender are represented, posted, and discussed online. To hear more from Brittany, check her out on Twitter @realbritmelt…
 
Troy Knight is a retired Australian Combat Control Team (CCT) airmen, private military contractor, author, and veteran of the conflicts in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. Knight talks about joining Australian military, becoming a contractor with missions around the world while also being a reservist, his CCT selection and follow-on training and h…
 
Harry Martinez is a United States Marine, soldier, and law enforcement officer. He has deployed in support of operations in South America and the Middle East. Harry and his Marine infantryman sons also volunteered to fight with the Peshmerga as western volunteers. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5 Sup…
 
This week, Rosemary Giles and Laura Munoz-Baena buckle up in with Joel Welch, a first year PhD candidate in Law. Joel dives deeply into what is space law, serious gaps in the law, and how literature, namely science fiction, can bring insights to legal and policy decision makers through speculation, predictions, and imagination. And no, he personall…
 
Aren Brandfass is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and served as a Marine infantryman, sniper, sniper instructor Reconnaissance Marine, and Marine Raider. Since leaving the service, Brandfass has worked as a military contractor that supports SOCOM in different capacities and he also co-hosts the Stranger by the Hour Podcast. Want to be o…
 
This week we are joined by our very own Michelle Krasovitski, an MA student in Education in the field of Applied Linguistics, who not only shares with us her research interests but also the story behind them. Michelle also shares with us her work outside of school, where she works as a freelance journalist covering culture and media. Tune in to hea…
 
Maggie Prenger is a student in the MD-PhD program. In this episode Maggie tells Claire Bottini and Ariel Frame about her research plans studying humour processing in Parkinson’s disease patients. Listen in to find out what parts of the brain are involved in this disease, why patients watching Seinfeld in a scanner might teach us more about them, an…
 
Do you believe electric guitar has no place in classical music? Think again! Hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Michelle Krasovitski are joined by PhD candidate Andrew Noseworthy, who introduces them to the field of music composition. Andrew challenges the notion that Mozart and Jimmy Page exist in two separate worlds, explaining how classical instruments…
 
Wesley Trumpler is a retired United States Marine Corps field artillery operations chief. Wes is also an avid hunter, outdoorsman and runner with his longest run being over 100 miles. Trumpler deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and multiple other countries during his 20 year career in the Marines. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://fo…
 
Robert Miller is a retired Marine fire support man that has served with multiple ANGLICO and combat arms units. Rob and his ANGLICO team took part in the invasion of Iraq with the British 148 Battery and he continued to deploy in support of the Global War on Terror. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5 S…
 
Patrick Huang delights Ariel Frame and Laura Muñoz with a tale about the history of music. As a Master in Ethnomusicology, Patrick is beginning his PhD in the music program and shares with us his insights on ancient western and non-western music theory that form the foundation for his ongoing studies. To hear some of Patrick's music, check out his …
 
Join hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Elizabeth Mohler as they sit down with musicology PhD candidate Lydia Wilton. Sharpen your ears and get ready to hear about Lydia's research in record production. We learn how horror movies manage to make you feel so unsettled, and what really goes into making a record—from the technical to the poetic. So, listen up…
 
Ryan Stevens is a retired United States Marine Corps radio operator that served with 2d ANGLICO, Marine Raider Battalion, and Navy Special Warfare Development Group. Ryan has conducted 10 combat deployments and is the author of "Out of the Darkness: How a Special Operations Marine Found the Light." He and his wife are both retired from the Marine C…
 
This week, Rosemary Giles and Laura Munoz-Baena sit down with Hanna Barnett, a PhD candidate in Hispanic Studies. Hanna and our hosts discuss her current research on the Influenza of 1918, the way that media represented the 1918 Influenza in Canadian newspapers, and how the Canadian media perpetuated the “Spanish” association with the disease. They…
 
David Armstrong is a retired Marine artillery officer that served with units throughout the active and reserve components of the Marine. Armstrong is also the host of the Moments In Leadership Podcast where he discusses challenges that military leaders face throughout their careers. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9M…
 
William Bee was a Marine infantryman that was shot into unexpected notoriety when the Reuters photojournalist embedded with his team snapped a photo that would hit front pages worldwide. In this episode, we discuss Bee's deployments to Afghanistan and as part of the security forces in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podca…
 
Patrick Matisi was a combat engineer tasked with conducting route clearance in the highly volatile Afghanistan villages of Marjah and Sangin during Operation Enduring Freedom. During Matisi's 2011 deployment, he was shot in the shoulder by an enemy marksman in Sangin. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5…
 
Dale Comstock is a former US Army Delta Operator, Green Beret, private military contractor, and much more. Dale gives us a peek into his time with the elite Special Forces Operational Detachment Delta that includes his selection and missions he conducted. This was a really interesting interview and I look forward to our follow-up! Dale's website: h…
 
Michael is an old friend of the show and needs no introduction. In this episode we talk about all kinds of topics. Military shenanigans, what are NFTs, work life post service and more! Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5 Support the podcast and website: www.jcramergraphics.com www.ANGLICOshop.com Podcas…
 
This week, Amalie Hutchinson and Brittany Melton are joined by guest Soren Coulson, a PhD candidate in Biology. Together, they discuss Soren's research on the mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) in migratory birds and its role in energy metabolism in muscle. Soren shares with the Gradcast a day in the lab and his best advice for those interes…
 
Bryan Buckley joins us again to talk about the second half of his career (first half is Ep. 123). In this episode, we discuss the growth of MARSOC and its Raider Battalions, SOCOM's deadly summer in 2012, his work with the Helman Valley Grower's Company and more! HVGC Website: https://www.hvgcompany.com/ Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast…
 
Greg Raith is a 13F (fire support specialist) in the United States Army and serves as a JTAC with the Special Operations Command (SOCOM). Prior to working with SOCOM, Raith was a fire support instructor at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Want to be on the Former Action Guys Podcast? https://forms.gle/9MuoSkzBUgNiVgPu5 Support the podcast and website: www.jcra…
 
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