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Colloquium is the Latin word for "conversation". There are few things more powerful than a meaningful conversation. At Colloquium, we believe that conversation has the power to transform hearts and mind and lead people to the fullness of the truth found in the Catholic Church. Join former FOCUS missionaries Dylan and Nick as they talk about the most relevant topics in the Church and in the world. Join the conversation. We believe it could change your life!
 
This podcast series is associated with George Mason University Cultural Studies' Colloquium Series. This year's series is called "Climate and Capitalism." The industrial revolution liberated human beings from the cycles of nature — or so it once seemed. It turns out that greenhouse gases, a natural byproduct of coal- and petroleum-burning industries, lead to global warming, and that we are now locked into a long warming trend: a trend that will raise sea levels, enhance the occurrence of ext ...
 
Western New England is home to immigrants and refugees from around the globe, and their presence revitalizes the region and redefines its culture. Their journeys have involved fear, uprootedness, and isolation as well as perseverance, creativity, and hope. New England Public Radio (NEPR), in collaboration with Copeland Colloquium at Amherst College produced Words in Transit, an oral history project collected the personal stories of nearly thirty people who have made this area their new home.
 
Le but du colloquium est d'offrir une vision d'ensemble des recherches les plus actives et les plus prometteuses dans le domaine des Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (STIC). Nouveaux thèmes scientifiques, nouveaux domaines d'application, enjeux sociaux et philosophiques. Les exposés couvrent une problématique suffisamment large pour intéresser tous les chercheurs, ingénieurs et étudiants concernés par l'avenir des STIC. Les orateurs sont des personnalités de p ...
 
A Space Horror series in the vein of Dead Space and Event Horizon, The Vessel features a large cast of characters aboard a massive spacecraft. The ship begins to experience strange attacks shortly after one inhabitant is woken from cryosleep. Written by Brian Martinez and performed by Jason Hill. http://bloodstreamcity.com
 
The McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law (MJSDL), is pleased to present a podcast on the Paris Agreement, inspired by the MJSDL's colloquium this past January. We discussed with our panelists a variety of ideas such as, what the Paris Agreement was, what it represents for the international community, and who the key players were as we move through the implementation phase of the agreement. Thank you to all of the panelists who agreed to be interviewed, and to all of the journal memb ...
 
We track, report, inform and engage thought leaders, entrepreneurs and disruptive companies or health systems in the emerging field of Population Health Management. This Week in Population Health will foster an ongoing conversation on the convergence vendor supplied and provider hatched population health strategies and harmonizes these efforts towards an industry Zeigeist that optimizes the role of vendors, providers and the community at large to deliver on the promise of the triple aim and ...
 
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Prepare for a fun time as we playfully recognize students who have remained ENGAGED and provided LEADERSHIP in the midst of this most unique semester! Our hosts are Tyler Goss and Emily Powell, along with other faculty and staff, unveiling and honoring undergraduate and graduate students as well as student organizations/clubs/groups that have been …
 
On this episode of PopHealth Week our guest, making an encore appearance, is Tony Slonim, MD, DrPH the president and chief executive officer of Renown Health, a vertically integrated, non-profit regional referral health system serving the northern Nevada service area. Dr. Slonim is a unique health system leader with training as a clinician (both pe…
 
On PopHealth Week we discuss toplines in the COVID-19 pandemic. On today's edition of our Covid-19 update series we dive a little deeper into some of the headlines from the COVID-19 dashboard to the current state of vaccine development and comment on the likely agenda of the soon to be installed Biden/Harris administration. So first up is the U.S. …
 
It’s the morning after the presidential election. Where are we now? What do you need and what do we need together? Gather for prayerful reflection drawing from the wisdom of several area spiritual directors offering reflections on holding space for prayerful awareness. Campus Pastors Kevin Clark and Brian Martin Burkholder will lead a litany of tru…
 
On this episode of PopHealth Week we explore an area that may not be traditionally top of mind in a conversation focused on population health. Yet, dive a little deeper into the intersection between urban planning and health particularly mental health and culture and there's rich conversation to unbundle. Today our guest is a talented musician, art…
 
Why is Democracy so @#$&! Hard? Rick Shenkman Historian, Author, Investigative Reporter George Washington University’s History News Network In the 1940s, six in ten Americans hadn’t gone past the eighth grade. Today a majority have attended college. But surveys show that Americans today are no better educated about politics. A majority don’t even k…
 
This election process has already been hard for many of us. Very hard. What will election day bring? What about post-election? How do we show up and hold this space that feels charged, tense and unsafe for many? Dean of Students Shannon Dycus and EMU student leaders call for “Facing the Election: Looking Forward Together” and President Susan Schult…
 
PopHealth Week is brought to you by Health Innovation Media. Health Innovation Media brings your brand messaging alive via original or value added digitally curated content for omni channel distribution and engagement. Connect with us at www.popupstudio.productions On this episode of PopHealth WeekFred Goldstein, MS, president, Accountable Health, …
 
Screening of VeRONAka with a response from filmmaker Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore of The Aunties Dandelion Project and a panel of EMU faculty and staff members. Panelists: Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore, Celeste Thomas, Jerry Holsopple, Katie Mansfield, and Tala Alngag Bautista with Kirsten Beachy as host. From Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore: …
 
This episode of PopHealth Week is sponsored by Health Innovation Media. Coneect with us a www.PopUpStudio.productions Our guest is Teri Bourdeau, Ph.D., ABPP, Vice President of Training and Development for PracticeWise, LLC who's mission is 'to advance how evidence and information are used to improve the lives of children and families.' Dr. Bourdea…
 
Are you weary of conflict? Disagreements in the public square? Disharmony in meetings? Lean in to listen, learn and love … Join Rev. Michael Gulker, of The Colossian Forum, for his presentation, “Leaves of the Tree of Life: Remembering Our End During the Very Messy Middle.” Reading Revelation 22 (especially, vv1-5) could be helpful preparation. We …
 
Given layered dynamics of the COVID-19 health pandemic, racial injustice/systemic white supremacy, class oppression, climate change and a global economic crisis, where are we in God’s story? Several area Christian pastors respond. Stephanie Sorge, Trinity Presbyterian Church Moriah Hurst, Park View Mennonite Church Scott Harris, Greenmount Church o…
 
On PopHealth Week our guest is Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, author, health economist, advisor and trend-weaver supporting organizations at the intersection of health, technology and people. Jane founded the popular blog THINK-Health after working for ten years with health care consultancies in the U.S. and Europe. Jane’s clients are all stakeholders in heal…
 
In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World Pádraig Ó Tuama | Convocation 9/16 In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the WorldHello to Language. What does it mean to use language today? — in a time of pandemic, in the latest racist decade of a racist era, in a time where truth is questioned and language is fake if it’s labelled fake. Taking an approach…
 
Our special guest Pádraig Ó Tuama will be speaking on, Jesus of Nazareth: Strange Man in Strange Times. This chapel will take a fresh exploration at some stories of Jesus of Nazareth. Taking a literary approach to the gospel texts, we will consider — through story, poetry, literary analysis and imagination — the character of this man from Nazareth.…
 
This episode of PopHealth Week is brought to you by Health Innovation Media. Connect with us at www.popupstudio.productions I’m Gregg Masters, managing director of health innovation media and the producer of PopHealth Week. In the virtual studio is my partner and lead co-host Fred Goldstein, president of accountable health LLC - a Jacksonville Flor…
 
Join the campus ministries leadership team for the first campus worship service of the semester launching this year’s campus ministries theme, Imago DEI which is often defined as image of God. (here’s more) We will be exploring how diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) provide unique lenses into reflecting the character (image) of God. Professor Je…
 
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