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Best Emory University podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Emory University podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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First Reading offers exegetical resources for the Old Testament Lectionary reading each week. Hosts Rachel Wrenn and Tim McNinch are PhD students at Emory University. Each month, they invite a leading Hebrew Bible scholar for a longer conversation about the nitty-gritty of the week's text.
 
We can’t change our history, but we can let it guide us to understanding. Isaiah Nixon was a father of six. In 1948, he dared to vote and he paid with his life. A.C. Hall was a teenager. Police mistakenly identified him as a thief. They drew their guns, fired and killed A.C. It was 1962. Each season of Buried Truths acknowledges and unearths a still-relevant story of injustice, resilience and anti-Black racism in the American South. Buried Truths is hosted by Hank Klibanoff, a Pulitzer Prize ...
 
When you change your perspective you can change business for the better. Join us on Goizueta Effect to hear from leading faculty at the Goizueta Business School on the latest trends, research, and innovations in business, and find out how you can achieve more, do more, and create more in today’s ever-changing marketplace.
 
Congregation Beth Hallel is one of the largest Messianic Jewish Synagogues in the world. We are a congregation of Jewish and Gentile members worshipping Yeshua (Jesus), the Messiah of Israel, in a Jewish communal setting. On this podcast, you can experience our Shabbat sermons given by Rabbi Kevin Solomon. Rabbi Kevin is a second generation Messianic Jewish Rabbi, raised in a Jewish home. He earned his undergraduate degree at Georgia Tech and his graduate degree at Emory University. He compl ...
 
Graduates from the school of hard knocks, asian tiger moms, and Emory University. We range from big to small topics and just like everyone else, we rarely see eye to eye (asian pun). We love sports and hate bandwagoners. Feel free bandwagon on this pod though.
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) provides consultations on ethical dilemmas in scientific research and professional integrity. We present case scenarios involving responsible conduct in research followed by a brief, expert opinion that suggests strategies for resolution. We especially hope that these cases can provide useful teaching materials for college or university faculty who present lectures or courses on responsible conduct in research. These cases and ...
 
The Athletic's Michael Beller and Emory Hunt bring stats and scouting together with a singular goal: winning fantasy football championships. Stats do a great job of telling us the what, but not always the why. Emory, founder of Football Gameplan and a former running back at the University of Louisiana, will provide us with the why and, more importantly, if we should believe in it. Get ready to step up your fantasy football game with the Advanced Route. For 40% off a subscription, subscribe t ...
 
Welcome to Consilience with John Onate! In this podcast I want to share my broad interest and perspective that learning different disciplines can improve our understanding of what is happening our life and world through interviews with outstanding people. Disclaimer: all content on this Podcast and connected blog DO NOT constitute or provide medical advice or treatment recommendations to viewers or readers. No Doctor-Patient relationship is created on implied with any content or interaction ...
 
Carter Center podcasts highlight issues of national and global importance as they relate to the Center's work and feature former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, with Carter Center and other global peace and health experts. The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University, is committed to advancing human rights and alleviating unnecessary human suffering. Founded in 1982 by President and Mrs. Carter, the Atlanta-based Center has helped to improve the qua ...
 
Carter Center podcasts highlight issues of national and global importance as they relate to the Center's work and feature former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, with Carter Center and other global peace and health experts. The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University, is committed to advancing human rights and alleviating unnecessary human suffering. Founded in 1982 by President and Mrs. Carter, the Atlanta-based Center has helped to improve the qua ...
 
David Weinblatt is Senior Insider at The Lead NBA and founder and host of Smooth In The Afternoon, the #1 radio program at Emory University, blending sports and rap together. David highlights exciting NBA analysis & speculation, interviewing coaches and players at Atlanta Hawks practices, in addition to covering the latest in rap. Follow David on twitter @smoothafternoon to stay updated on the NBA and more. NEW podcast. Listen to Bleezy and his plethora guests on-the-go in the new format. Sm ...
 
What is the nature of the human mind? The Emory Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC) brings together scholars and researchers from diverse fields and perspectives to seek new answers to this fundamental question. Neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, biological and cultural anthropologists, sociologists, geneticists, behavioral scientists, computer scientists, linguists, philosophers, artists, writers, and historians all pursue an understanding of the human mind, but institutional ...
 
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Dr. Raymond Young is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. He is the Division Chief of Psychiatric Consultation Liaison Services for Emory Healthcare. In his role Dr. Young is responsible for development and expansion of psychiatric consultation liaison services for Emory Healthcare. Along with his positi…
 
Following a rumor-filled weekend in the college football world and a resilient stand by high profile athletes, Mike Lewis and Doug Battle discuss all sides of the rumored college football shut down.Then, the two break down how various potential outcomes could affect college football, college basketball, the NFL, and the NBA G League.…
 
Susan Clinard is an award-winning artist who exhibits extensively. She is an artist in residence at the Eli Whitney Museum. Susan has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts. She has received substantial public commissions, and her sculptures can be found in many private collections world…
 
As followers of Yeshua, we know that God forgives our sins. However, while many intellectually know this, our lives do not always reflect this truth. In this week's message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon uses the phrase we all know well, "clean up on aisle three" to communicate what the Scriptures teach on this issue. Rabbi Kevin addresses: what we should do…
 
Can we use statistics to make better in-game decisions?In class 5 of Fanalytics University, Professor Mike Lewis breaks down how analytics can impact situational decision making for 2 point conversions in football, subbing players in basketball, and bunting in baseball.This class features teaching on the Markov Decision Process (MDP)and dynamic opt…
 
There has been a rumbling under the surface for months as physicians quietly questioned the approach to managing the COVID-19 infection. Beyond the staggering retraction of policy making studies in Lancet & NEJM. Beyond the incoherent and inconsistent application of mitigation measures by politicians. Beyond pharmacies overriding physician clinical…
 
Impact of Economic Downturns on Young AdultsCollege students who graduate into a recession certainly experience obstacles according to Dr. Bianchi, Associate Professor of Organization & Management at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Young adults are often the last to be hired during a recession and this can be quite challenging because …
 
Professor Mike Lewis and co-host Doug Battle discuss broadcasts of fanless NBA/MLB games and how they affect fandom. Then, Mike breaks down why recent Pac 12 player demands have major implications for the future of college athletics. In the show's final segment, Doug updates listeners on conference schedule adjustments for the upcoming college foot…
 
Sallie Nixon was small in stature, but large in spirit, strength and willpower. In 1948, she watched as two white men killed her husband Isaiah Nixon because he dared to vote. She lived on, overcame obstacles and inspired generations of family members, including children and grandchildren who affectionately call her Sallie Mama. In July 2020, she p…
 
How should we respond to tragedy, especially those out of our control? What should we do when we feel abandoned? This past Thursday was Tisha B’av. A day to remember all the tragic events that took place on this day throughout Jewish history. Most notably, the destruction of both the first and second Temples. On this day we read and meditate on the…
 
In more individualistic societies, such as the United States, there is an emphasis on standing out from others, being different, and expressing one's uniqueness. In more interdependent or collectivistic societies, there's an emphasis on not standing out, on being part of a group, on attuning to the needs and interests and goals of the group, and on…
 
We're less than one week into Major League Baseball's return to play, and the league has already delayed multiple contests due to the Marlins' COVID-19 cases. Professor Mike Lewis and co-host Doug Battle discuss the situation and contrast MLB's disastrous return with the NBA Bubble's promising start. Mike and Doug also discuss implications for the …
 
Recently a sinkhole was found on Congregation Beth Hallel’s property and it was properly filled. In this week’s message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon explains what caused this in the first place and reveals that many of us also have sinkholes in our lives that we need to address and deal with in a Biblically sound way. Rabbi Kevin takes us through Scripture…
 
When we think Fandom we usually think sports or entertainment. But Fandom is also a key driver of success in the political world.In today's conversation, Professor Mike Lewis digs into underlying polling issues such as the differences between registered and likely voters and whether or not pollsters are under sampling Republican voters.…
 
The Hosts of Dirt Church Radio, New Zealand's # 1 Trail and Ultrarunning Podcast Matt Rayment lives in Riverhead outside of Aukland with his wife and three children. He is Consult-Liaison Mental Health Nurse . He also was the editor of Kiwi Trail Magazine, and Good People Run. Eugene Bingham is a journalist at stuff.co.nz, (with 30 years of experie…
 
Lately we have been carefully paying attention to our physical health. What does Yeshua’s healing of the paralytic teach us about our spiritual well-being? How do these accounts inform our walk with the Lord? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon this week in discovering the beauty of desiring mercy and walking humbly with God. Key scriptures: Micah 6:6-8; Matt…
 
In Class 4 we get to what many consider the heart of sports analytics: sports statistics. Statistics have long been a part of sports, but recent times have seen an explosion of new, improved, advanced statistics. In this class we talk about several examples of advanced statistics and then discuss methods for developing new player performance metric…
 
Professor Mike Lewis and co-host Doug Battle discuss the MLS is Back tournament, which quietly kicked off at Disney World last week. The two also recap early player complaints from the NBA's neighboring Disney World bubble. Doug then shares the latest on college football's plan for a 2020 fall season, and Mike observes potential implications. In th…
 
When we think of masks, we often think of protection from COVID-19. In this sermon, Rabbi Kevin Solomon has a very different mask in mind. It is the mask many of us wear to hide our true nature. Join Rabbi Kevin as he explores the Scriptures, examining the dangers of putting on this particular mask while also offering a solution. Key Scriptures: Ma…
 
Its past time to evaluate who made the right calls and who made the wrong ones in responding to the COVID-19 epidemic. Host Dr. Scott Barbour will be joined by Dr. Rick McCormick to discuss the lockdown, masks, hydroxychloroquine and the big question of why government failed and continues to fail AND why the free market continues to get COVID-19 ri…
 
As speculation builds regarding a Washington Redskins rebrand, Professor Mike Lewis and co-host Doug Battle explore options for the Washington football franchise moving forward. Then, Mike and Doug discuss what makes a mascot "problematic" as well as the non-Redskins franchises / brands facing challenges in the modern social landscape.…
 
America is divided across many different issues. Is there a path toward unity? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in exploring how the Scriptures advocate for unity through Yeshua and how America has had unity in the midst of differences and blind-spots in the past. There is hope in uniting together through love and focusing on our core purpose. Key Scriptur…
 
With Dr. Hal Scherz The media has touted a recent uptick in cases of COVID-19 and is sounding an alarm. Other indicators, such as hospitalization and fatality rates, are good news. Since mid March, we have a library of lessons learned. Enough to make a clear contrast: Health care progress under Trump vs regression back to Obamacare under Biden.…
 
Following the Patriots' widely praised acquisition of Cam Newton, Professor Mike Lewis applies concepts such as The Winner's Curse and Probability Distribution to evaluate the deal from an analytical angle.Then, Mike and co-host Doug Battle analyze how New England's perceived low cost move may cost the organization years of Super Bowl contention do…
 
How might the story of Joseph and Paul’s imprisonment encourage us during this tumultuous time? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he shares with us how even during times of trouble and hardship, God provides silver linings. May we be open and willing to notice and receive these moments of hope in the midst of trials. Key Scriptures: Genesis 39:19-21; Gen…
 
Socialized medicine is touted as the solution for managing catastrophic events thanks to the coordination of central planning and the best use of resources. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed again how in theory, socialism works wonders, but in the harsh reality of the crucible of human frailty and vice, it leads only to greater death and destructi…
 
Jane P. Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA completed medical school, residency training in combined internal medicine-psychiatry, and her masters of health science in the clinical research training program at Duke, where she has remained on faculty since completing residency training. Dr. Gagliardi has been involved in the educational programs in the …
 
Commercial uses of personal data The goal of marketers is to better understand their audience so they can offer the products and services that people are going to be interested in. That requires learning about the customer. Marketers used to rely on demographic information. They knew customers’ zip codes and could get census-tracked information and…
 
On this Father’s Day weekend many are asking themselves, “what gift should I buy my dad?” Rabbi Kevin Solomon takes this opportunity to explore what the Scriptures teach about G-d’s love for us (His children), how G-d wants to give us gifts, the kinds of gifts we should ask for, and the joy it brings Him when He provides us with those good gifts. K…
 
Years of advocacy has brought victory in freeing the doctor patient relationship. The US Treasury has proposed a new rule that will allow you to use your money in tax deferred medical accounts (including FSAs, HRAs, and some HSAs) to pay for doctor care in Direct Primary Care relationships. Dr. Lee Gross, president of the Docs4PatientCare Foundatio…
 
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