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Cornell University's Inclusive Excellence Podcast

Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity

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Join Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as they dive into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
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Radiology Podcasts | RSNA

The Radiological Society of North America

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Radiology Podcast Editor Linda Chu, MD and guests discuss recently published research in the January 2021 Issue of Radiology. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or ask Alexa to "play Radiology podcasts on TuneIn".
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New York Public Health Now

New York State Deparment of Health (NYSDOH)

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Join New York State Deparment of Health Commissioner Dr. James McDonald and Executive Deputy Commissioner Johanne Morne as they explore the critical issues, innovations, and initiatives that shape the health and well-being of the people of New York. You will hear timely conversations with public health leaders on topics like air quality, climate change, opioids and harm reduction, Wadsworth Center, New York’s world-class public health laboratory, New York State of Health, our health insuranc ...
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Dr. Lisa Dieker, a professor at the University of Kansas in the Department of Special Education, and Dr. Rebecca Hines, a professor at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. Dr. Dieker directs a center in the Achievement and Assessment Institute call Flexible Learning through Innovations in Technology in Education (FLITE) and Dr. Hines directs several doctoral grants and the teacher prep ...
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KMOJCast

KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”

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Select programming from KMOJ's airwaves and community voices. Since first going “on the air” in 1976, KMOJ-89.9-FM continues its legacy as the community-oriented station located in Minneapolis, Minnesota airing a predominantly urban adult contemporary format. “KMOJ’s Community Viewpoint” is one way the station achieves its mission of engaging, supporting and empowering Communities of Color to elevate the way of life of the people of its community and to challenge social and economic disparit ...
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Culture Amplified

avad3 Event Production

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Culture Amplified dives deep into the heart of workplace culture, exploring the dynamics that shape the environments we work in every day. This podcast brings together culture leaders, human resource innovators, and executives from some of the world's leading companies and organizations to share insights, challenges, and successes in creating cultures where people thrive. Culture Amplified is crafted for culture champions, human resources professionals, and leaders at large organizations who ...
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Let’s Get to Work: Reimagining Disability Inclusive Employment Policy, is brought to you by the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University and hosted by Michael Morris. DISCLAIMER The contents of this podcast were developed under a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR grant number 90RTEM0006). NIDILRR is a Center within the Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The cont ...
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Women Who Move Nations - The Public Transport Podcast

Public Transport Association Australia New Zealand

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The Public Transport Association Australia New Zealand (PTAANZ)’s podcast series, Women Who Move Nations, features interviews with female public transport executives from Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Hosted by Michelle Batsas, Executive Director of Future Mobility at the Victorian Department of Transport and Planning and a PTAANZ Champion, each guest shares her insights on the big issues impacting mobility today and unmissable career advice and inspiration for professionals i ...
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The Wonder Women Tech Show explores the stories of women and the underrepresented in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) and entrepreneurship. Bringing the global Wonder Women Tech conference stage to the airwaves, the show features a diverse all-female team and cast, and highlights powerful stories of inclusion, entrepreneurship, success, overcoming challenges, innovative breakthroughs, and provides career development and mentorship via weekly Podcasts. Sprinkled wi ...
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This podcast features alums of the Fulbright Program who talk about their work and research, about regional and local ramifications of global diversity-related issues, and the impact their Fulbright experience has had on their personal and professional growth. Episodes will also feature advocates and professionals from diverse communities working towards greater inclusion in higher education/educational exchange. Please note: The views expressed in this interview series are entirely those of ...
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Tune your radio up to Bestie FM. Ellie Schnitt and Michaela Okland are pulling up as your drivers, snack providers, and must-see landmark coordinators on this Late Night Drive to everywhere. The bi-coastal besties are breaking down popular culture, the newest and oldest psychological studies, the funniest facts throughout history & everything in between! With sensitivity and humor, Michaela & Ellie are tucking you into the passenger seat and chatting all night long to navigate you through th ...
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The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is a division of the Maryland Department of Transportation, and one of the largest multi-modal transit systems in the United States. MTA operates Local and Commuter Buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway, Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) Train Service, and a comprehensive Paratransit (Mobility) system. MTA also manages the Taxi Access system, and directs funding and statewide assistance to Locally Operated Transit Systems (LOTS) in each of Maryland’s ...
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Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
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Queensland Tourism Talks

Queensland Government - Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport

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Welcome to Queensland Tourism Talks, your ultimate podcast channel dedicated to strengthening Queensland's position as a world-leading tourism destination. Explore how to elevate your business and create exceptional experiences for everyone in Queensland tourism. From game-changing insights and strategies, to funding, resources and success stories... we've got you covered.
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Science in Parallel focuses on people in computational science and their work simulating climate and the cosmos, understanding viral infections, building alternative energy strategies and more – using high-performance computing (HPC). Host Sarah Webb interviews researchers about their career paths and motivations. Our conversations cover topics such as artificial intelligence, integrating emerging hardware, the effects of remote work, promoting diversity and inclusion, and the role of creati ...
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Psychiatry Advances

UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital

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Discover innovative research and patient-centered programs at the cutting edge of psychiatry and behavioral health sciences on the “Psychiatry Advances” podcast series. Psychiatric, psychological, nursing, and rehabilitative professionals will enjoy this podcast from UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital of Pittsburgh, a national leader in the innovative treatment of mental health and addictive disorders.
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Why should there be a “secret to success”? Actually, there isn’t—the info is just being circulated in rooms that most people lack access to. Consider this your invitation to join us at the table. The OkayCopy podcast brings you into the inner circle of the insiders, decision makers and creators driving the advertising and branding industry forward, globally. We take the high-level conversations out of the echo chambers, and remove the mystery around how creative decisions are made. There are ...
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The B2B POD

The Pulse of Dubai

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This podcast talks about all that is going on in the B2B Industry from tech, practices, services, the outlook for the future and everything in between with experts and thought leaders of this industry.Join us as Radwa Hassan explores the rich space of B2B marketing and talks to some of the biggest names present in the B2B Industry. Radwa Hassan has an eclectic career in Marketing and Brand Growth in the B2B space. A go-getter, mentor, elite panelist and a thought leader, she’s an expert on a ...
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The PHIner Life Show is an award-winning series that educates, informs, and entertain listeners worldwide. The show covers a wide range of topics, including veteran entrepreneurship, advocacy, mental health, career industry tips, military family care, and celebrity interviews. From episodes on veteran-centric policies to breaking into the fashion industry, The PHIner Life show is here to uplift and inspire our listeners. The PHIner Life Show is sponsored by Mu Beta Phi Military Fraternity In ...
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Welcome to Let's Talk South Coast Podcast! We're on a mission to help investors, landlords, occupiers, operators and service providers on the South Coast of England - across Hampshire and Dorset to see the opportunity that exists when we work collaboratively and highlight just why the South Coast is the place to invest. This podcast is about discussing all things property and Real Estate. We'll be covering topics like what makes the South Coast the best place to live and work, finding out wh ...
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Michelle Sheppard is a Senior Diversity and Inclusion Advisor at Victoria’s Department of Transport and Planning. In her transparent and vulnerable conversation with host Michelle Batsas, Michelle details her personal and professional journey as a transgender woman in the transport industry. Reflecting on her own experiences struggling with identit…
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Ukraine is desperately trying to hold off a new Russian offensive that threatens its second-largest city. U.S. officials tell the NewsHour that the administration is debating whether to lift a restriction on the use of American weapons to target Russian weapons in Russia. Nick Schifrin discussed that with former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William T…
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In our news wrap Thursday, President Biden plans to designate Kenya as a major non-NATO ally, Senate Democrats launched an investigation into Donald Trump's reported offer to roll back environmental policies in exchange for $1 billion in campaign donations and Louisiana lawmakers passed a bill today that would re-classify two abortion-inducing medi…
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The Department of Justice wants the courts to break up Ticketmaster parent company Live Nation, the biggest concert promoter in the U.S. The company has faced intense scrutiny over prices and tickets selling out and reappearing on resale sites. More than two dozen states and the District of Columbia joined the lawsuit. California Attorney General R…
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The Supreme Court struck down a challenge to a congressional map in South Carolina that civil rights groups argued was a racial gerrymander. In a 6-3 decision, the conservative majority delivered a win to Republicans who said they used politics, not race, as the key factor when drawing the district bounds. Geoff Bennett discussed the decision with …
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The New York Times reports that an "Appeal to Heaven" flag, which has origins dating to the Revolutionary War but is now associated with Christian nationalism and efforts to overturn President Biden's election win, was seen flying outside Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's New Jersey beach home last year. White House Correspondent Laura Barrón-Ló…
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College presidents were grilled again by the House Education Committee. The committee has held a series of hearings about antisemitism and protests, often focusing on private Ivy League schools. The focus has shifted to include public universities and the same tensions and allegations played out during a tense hearing. Ali Rogin reports. PBS NewsHo…
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For many people, the humble goldfish is their first pet. Swimming in a tank in your house, it's hard to imagine it's much of a threat. But released into the Great Lakes, this iconic fish can imperil the fragile ecosystem of the largest freshwater system in the world. Christopher Booker has the story. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.o…
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In its early days, "Black Twitter'' became a driving force in defining pop culture, creating trending hashtags, unforgettable memes and sparking social justice movements. A Hulu docuseries looks at its history, impact and legacy. Amna Nawaz discussed "Black Twitter: A People's History" with director Prentice Penny. It's part of our arts and culture…
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NAFSA is our guiding light, the driver of our professional development, our venue to be of service and lead, a point of connection, reflection, and advocacy – and so much more. This week, host Zac Macinnes has the honor of joining Executive Director and CEO of NAFSA, Dr. Fanta Aw, for a compelling conversation that touches on the essential nature o…
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Search efforts continue in Iowa where a devastating tornado tore through a small city and led to multiple deaths. It was part of a series of twisters hitting the state on Monday. The most powerful tornado cut through the heart of Greenfield, a small community about 50 miles southwest of Des Moines. Geoff Bennett reports. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
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In our news wrap Wednesday, Norway, Ireland and Spain declared that they will formally recognize a Palestinian state, the families of 19 victims of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, are suing nearly 100 state police officers for the botched response, the Biden administration is canceling another round of student loans and Nikki Haley says she'l…
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In Congress, the top Democrats on two committees are asking the Department of Justice to launch a sweeping investigation of big oil corporations. They allege that the companies have deceived the public for decades about their complicity in climate change and willingness to address it. Lisa Desjardins discussed more with Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin…
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This week on the campaign trail, Donald Trump suggested he was open to restricting birth control or allowing states to do so. He later walked it back on Truth Social, saying he will "never advocate imposing restrictions on birth control." President Biden and Trump are proposing vastly different visions for reproductive rights and healthcare. White …
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Violent crime has been on a downward trend across the country since the pandemic-era spike. But today, several cities are reporting a new rise in violent crimes involving youth. In many of these cases, police say social media played a central role. Stephanie Sy reports on the challenges of addressing teen violence. PBS NewsHour is supported by - ht…
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The family of an American psychotherapist detained in Syria says the U.S. government has informed them he has died in custody. Majd Kamalmaz was one of a half dozen Americans believed held by Bashar al-Assad's regime, some of whom have allegedly suffered torture, or have even been murdered. Nick Schifrin spoke with two of Kamalmaz's daughters, Ulaa…
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More than 60 years after he was selected but ultimately passed over to become this country's first Black astronaut, Ed Dwight finally made it to space. He flew aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket as it skimmed space on a roughly ten-minute flight. Geoff Bennett sat down with Dwight to discuss his long journey. PBS NewsHour is supported by - htt…
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She's a novelist turned naturalist. New York Times best-selling author Amy Tan has turned her intense gaze to the world of birds and shared her private drawings and musings in a new book. Jeffrey Brown joined Tan at her Northern California home to discuss "The Backyard Bird Chronicles" for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is suppor…
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The final sin has arrived…. Wrath. How do we feel about/act upon anger? How is anger treated differently across gender? But before that, an incredibly necessary conspiracy about the Bean. Plus important discussions about Jesus (Christ), Sabrina Carpenter, Ellie’s Endoscopy and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoic…
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The legal fallout from alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election continued in Arizona on Tuesday. Rudy Giuliani and nearly a dozen other allies of Donald Trump were arraigned on charges connected to the plot to install fake electors to back Trump despite President Biden winning the state in the 2020 election. Geoff B…
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Donald Trump's defense team rested its case Tuesday in the trial brought against the former president by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Next week, both sides will make their closing statements to the jury and then deliberations will begin. While this case is often called a hush money trial, the charges against the former president are mo…
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In our news wrap Tuesday, a five-day mourning period started in Iran for late President Ebrahim Raisi and other victims of Sunday's helicopter crash, the DOJ is suing Oklahoma over a law that would make it a crime to live in the state as an undocumented immigrant and more than a dozen companies at the forefront of artificial intelligence made renew…
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One person is dead and roughly 70 others are injured after a Singapore Airlines flight headed from London to Singapore hit severe turbulence. The flight descended 6,000 feet in three minutes over the Indian Ocean, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing in Bangkok. Aviation correspondent Miles O'Brien reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - …
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Taiwan has a new president with Lai Ching-te inaugurated this past weekend. In the past, he has called himself a "political worker for Taiwanese independence," words that enrage Beijing, which sees the island as a break-away province to be reunited with the mainland. President Biden has vowed to defend Taiwan, making it a potential flashpoint betwe…
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Europe's most important court has ruled that protection from climate change is a human right. The judgment will be put to the test in Britain by a climate change refugee who lost his cliff top home to sea erosion. Rising sea waters and increasingly violent storms, caused by melting ice and warmer oceans, are a special concern on Britain's east coas…
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Bill Maher is often a controversial figure in the world of politics and culture. He's positioned himself as the ultimate truth-teller who takes equal pleasure in punching at the left and the right. Maher is taking stock of his decades of commentary in his new book, "What This Comedian Said Will Shock You." Geoff Bennett sat down with Maher for our …
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In 1904, nearly 1,200 Filipinos were brought to the U.S. to take part in the World's Fair in St. Louis. Some worked as guides, but others were put on display. More than a century later, a new exhibit explores the impact in St. Louis and beyond. Communities correspondent Gabrielle Hays reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/news…
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Jovonta Patton is nominated for Album of the Year at the 2024 Stellar Gospel Music Awards for All Things New (Live) Album. Patton is also nominated for New Artist of the year,By KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”
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In an unprecedented announcement, the International Criminal Court said it was seeking warrants to arrest the leaders of Hamas and the elected leadership of Israel on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. President Biden called it "outrageous" and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu called it "blood libel." But prosecutor Karim Khan defen…
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The International Criminal Court is seeking arrest warrants for Israeli and Hamas leadership. To get perspectives on this case, Geoff Bennett spoke with Adil Haque, a professor of law at Rutgers Law School, and Yuval Shany, the chair of international law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a former chair of the U.N. Human Rights Committee. PB…
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In our news wrap Monday, the ship that caused the deadly bridge collapse in Baltimore was removed from the scene, wind and hail battered large parts of Oklahoma and Kansas, Defense Secretary Austin is vowing to keep the flow of weapons moving to Ukraine as Russia intensifies its attacks and a British court has ruled that Wikileaks founder Julian As…
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The deaths of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and the country's foreign minister left the Islamic Republic without two key leaders as extraordinary tensions grip the wider Middle East. The deaths mark yet another blow to a country beset by pressures at home and abroad. Reza Sayah reports from Tehran and Amna Nawaz discusses what this means for Iran…
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Cross-examination wrapped up Monday for Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer, who is a central witness in the hush-money trial against the former president. Trump's lead defense lawyer portrayed Cohen as a serial liar and someone who profited by turning against his former boss. William Brangham reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
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Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence continue as companies roll out new products sparking wonder and concern. OpenAI unveiled its next-generation chatbot, GPT-4o, which can respond to voice, text and visual commands in real-time. Google also unveiled a new AI-powered search function. Amna Nawaz discussed these developments with Nilay Patel…
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NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Geoff Bennett to discuss the latest political news, including Republican allies continue to make appearances at the courthouse to show their support for Trump and why Democrats wanted an early presidential debate. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/n…
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Some 50 years into her career and at almost 90-years-old, artist Lorraine O'Grady has her first-ever museum retrospective at Wellesley College's Davis Museum. If that sounds like an honor delayed, much of O'Grady's career has played out with a slow burn. She looks back at her long path into art world acceptance with Jared Bowen of GBH in Boston. It…
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Join Kathy Marrs, Professor of Biology, for a discussion of large-scale advancements in STEM education during her time at IUPUI. Dr. Marrs discusses initiatives focused on departmental transformation through best practices in STEM teaching and inclusive excellence, interdisciplinary programs to prepare secondary STEM teachers, and ongoing developme…
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In this conversation, Dr. Sharon Miller discusses her experiences in biomedical engineering research and education as well as her scholarship at the intersection of the two. She describes her research and education journey, with special emphasis on her research work in discipline-based education research and her educational innovations in BME engin…
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They say it’s about the journey and not the destination. Join host Zac Macinnes as he sits down with Jennifer Fritz, Associate Director of the Office of Global and Off-Campus Study, at Bucknell University for an inspiring dialogue around how to find your unique voice and use it to engage meaningfully with our field. Hear Jennifer’s thoughts on how …
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In our news wrap Sunday, a rescue operation is underway after the helicopter carrying Iran's President Raisi apparently crashed, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, President Biden tells Morehouse College graduates that he hears their concerns over the war in Gaza, and America's first Black astronaut …
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The lie that President Joe Biden stole the 2020 presidential election, which led to the violent January 6 insurrection, is alive and well. This week, we learned that a "Stop the Steal" flag was flying at the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in January of 2021. The New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor joined Laura Barrón-López to discuss. P…
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As many as 476,000 people in the U.S. contract Lyme disease each year, according to the CDC. For most people, symptoms go away after two to four weeks of antibiotics, but five to 10 percent of patients have debilitating, long-term symptoms. To discuss, Ali Rogin is joined by Lindsay Keys, who's been battling the disease for years, all while advocat…
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It's been nearly two years since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and eliminated the federal right to abortion. Shefali Luthra, a health reporter at The 19th News, spoke to a variety of Americans about how their lives have been upended by the court's decision for her book, "Undue Burden: Life and Death Decisions in Post-Roe America." She jo…
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In our news wrap Saturday, a member of Israel's war cabinet threatens to quit if the government does not adopt a new Gaza strategy, dangerous heat poses new risk, with widespread power outages in Houston flash flooding kills at least 68 people in Afghanistan, and the suspect in the Slovakian prime minister's assassination attempt is ordered to stay…
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Nearly 115,000 people are currently waiting for a new organ. But the shortage crisis is nothing new, as 5,600 people die each year waiting for an organ. Ali Rogin spoke with Barry Friedman, the former executive director of the AdventHealth Transplant Institute, about what can be done to revamp the nation's organ donation and transplant process. PBS…
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As the planet warms and sea levels rise, eighty-five percent of Generation Z is concerned about climate change, according to a January Marist poll. In response, states like California, Connecticut and New Jersey are teaching kids about climate change in the classroom. Lauren Madden, a professor of elementary science education at the College of New …
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Japanese animation and comic books have exploded in popularity in the United States over the last few years. From floats in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade to a win at this year's Oscars, the genre has seen an increasing amount of visibility in American culture. Ali Rogin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about…
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