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The Work Seminar is the podcast for people with liberal arts advanced degrees considering work outside their fields of study. Join me for unscripted conversations with MAs, MFAs, PhDs, and the like who made the leap to adjacent or (seemingly) unrelated work after grad school. You'll hear about life's unexpected turns, what guests have learned along the way, their thoughts and advice for finding enjoyable work, and work's role in their lives.
 
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The Modern MBA

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The Modern MBA

Marie Kirwan & Kristen Rossi

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Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
In the Club House, we hang out and hear the stories of amazing women all over the country... amazing not because they’re grabbing headlines or earning seven-figures, but because they’ve built lives that fulfill their own personal definitions of success...and the spunk and spark they bring to telling their stories is contagious.
 
Learn from experts to grow your career faster with fewer struggles. From job-searching to career growth, your success doesn't have to be a mystery. Listen in for unique opportunities, insights & tips from top industry experts & more. Hosted by former Boston Globe journalist and serial entrepreneur Suzanne McDonald, connect with a wide network of pros from the Interactive Marketing Insights podcast & beyond. Brought to you by ROIinU.com: a skills-packed, live-interactive course to guide aspir ...
 
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Resolvve

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Resolvve

Noah Tile & Simon Spichak

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Welcome to the Resolvve Podcast, devoted to helping students thrive and build the resilience to succeed in school and in life. We are your resource for all things mental, academic success, and personal growth. On this Podcast, we will speak with mental health educators and clinicians across the world, who will share their expertise and wisdom, providing tips, tools, and strategies that can make a positive difference in your life. Made with production help from Atara Shields Tile
 
The Professor Is In answers all your questions about the academic career. Dr. Karen Kelsky and productivity coach Kel Weinhold, with their trademark combination of candor, humor, and compassion (and a healthy dose of critique), tell you the truth about how the academy works, with strategies for reaching your goals while prioritizing your emotional well being. We go where others don't, breaking down the unspoken rules of academic culture, including all the ways it centers white folks and marg ...
 
Cohort Sistas is a digital network that supports Black women pursuing research doctorates by providing resources, mentorship, and community. Hosted by Cohort Sistas founder Dr. Ijeoma Kola, the Cohort Sistas Podcast brings to life the stories, struggles, and successes of Black women with doctoral degrees and their lives beyond the degree. If you are interested in joining the Cohort Sistas community or you’re looking for more information on how to support or partner with Cohort Sistas, please ...
 
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Blue Genes and Boots

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Blue Genes and Boots

Texas A&M Genetics Graduate Program

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The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a new podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast
 
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Wandering Off

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Wandering Off

Briana Francois/Vanderbilt Career Center

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In college, it's easy to think you need to have the perfect major to land your dream job, but the times of taking a linear college to career path isn’t the standard anymore. On this podcast, host Jacqueline Grogan will be navigating the world of undergrad, from internships and careers to post-grad fellowships and graduate school and everything in between. Life after College isn't always what it seems. We'll get through it together. If you have questions you want answered or a topic you’d lik ...
 
As I started to live life as an adult, I realized that I had been taught some pretty useless (to me) things in school. I found myself feeling ill-equipped to manage my own self, move through setbacks and adapt to changes. My journey to filling the knowledge gaps began when I lost my mother to breast cancer in 2017 and I realized that MOST of my educational career had been a means to an end, even grad school. I have heard that "When you know better, you do better", but what if you are stuck i ...
 
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JD Careers Out There

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JD Careers Out There

Marc Luber: Career Help for Lawyers and Law Students

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JD Careers Out There (JDCOT.com) explores what to do with a law degree by featuring day-in-the-life interviews with accomplished law grads working in different law practice areas as well as alternative careers for lawyers. Our mission is to help lawyers, law students and those considering law school to find fulfilling careers. Host Marc Luber, a law grad with years of legal recruiting experience, brings you career advice from many types of lawyers (like a criminal defense lawyer, real estate ...
 
Brave Medicine is a safe space for nurses-in-progress to guide you in the real world of navigating a nursing career, support you in your journey, and help you have more success with less struggle. Whether you're a student nurse, a new grad nurse or changing things up your nursing career, there's so much pressure.... and that's just the clinical part! There's all the other stuff too…. Studying? Finding jobs? Resumes? Interviews? Malpractice insurance? Calling in sick? Job benefits? Changing j ...
 
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Careers Out There

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Careers Out There

Marc Luber: Helping You Discover What To Do With Your Life

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Careers Out There helps you find the right career for you. Each episode features a day-in-the-life interview with an accomplished professional from a different career path. To help you figure out what to do with your life, host Marc Luber asks the guests for career advice on what each job is really like, how to break in and how to succeed once you’re there. Whether you’re a student, a recent grad, or making a career change, Careers Out There will provide you with career information helping y ...
 
Featuring expert employment advice from employers, entrepreneurs, career educators, and young people themselves Road to Employment will help you develop the skills you need to kickstart your career! Or to land a job to pay rent. Your call. Broadcasting from Montreal, QC and Chicago, IL Road to Employment was created for youth by youth and is launching two new podcast series! School to Work Transition, hosted by Lindsay Flood, sheds light on how youth experience their transition out of academ ...
 
How do we College? Why do we College? And who even is College? Every Monday, college students, professors, counselors, and other well-educated individuals from all over answer these big unavoidable questions. Listen as they describe how they got accepted into their schools and decode the dos & don'ts about life after high school.
 
Bridging the gap….After the cap and gown. Brought to you by KensaGroup. This debut of the Bridging the Gap Podcast focuses on critical issues you face after graduation. These include how to land your first job, whether grad school should be in you plans, and if your best path toward your professional goals is to climb the corporate ladder of go off on your own. You’ll hear from almost a dozen world-class experts from the Prendismo Collection to help guide you along the way. Keith Hannon, an ...
 
Let’s face it, the world isn’t flat. Cultural intelligence is becoming an increasingly important asset for any businessperson. Beyond obtaining cultural intelligence, today’s businessperson must also manage cross-cultural relationships. Throughout this podcast series, we will hold conversations with global professionals and experts to explore how culture affects business. InternationalHub is a multimedia content producer devoted to helping you find your way, wherever the winds take you. Visi ...
 
Scale Your Joy is for the “smart with heart” high achiever looking to ditch the corporate grind and sidestep the “hustle hard” startup scene to design a life and business they love. Scale Your Joy is hosted by Kaneisha Grayson, a Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School grad, author, essayist, avid traveler, and self-made entrepreneur. Each week, she shares her personal experiences and advice on crafting a life and building a business that not only showcases your formal education a ...
 
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Episode Notes In this episode, Simon speaks with Dr. Jen Polk about careers after academia. Jen is a career coach for PhDs and the founder of From PhD to Life. You can find her on Twitter @FromPhDtoLife for more fantastic content and pictures of her cat. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not t…
 
It all started with a six-month break from her doctoral program. Elizabeth planned to earn a little money at the first viable job she landed. That extended into a full year of employment. And that begat a nine-year stint in pharma and her exit from academia. Since then, Elizabeth’s been an IT executive across varied industries. Nearly everywhere sh…
 
Today's topic is on something that a lot of college students often go through: procrastination. And your hosts talk about what you can do to minimize the chances of procrastinating on your next test/essay. Join our newest FB group created just for you (College Students & Graduates!): https://www.facebook.com/groups/collegesolvers Follow us on: Twit…
 
I’m back with the season 8 of Meaningful work, Meaningful life podcast! How can I ignore the Great Resignation movement that has swept the world of work like a tsunami! Millions of employees are resigning massively from their jobs following the Covid 19 pandemic. And it’s not just the white collars people who can afford to leave their jobs but the …
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we are speaking with Joshua Perry. With a passion for combating food waste and championing sustainability he recently completed an MBA from Warwick Business School and just before the start of 2022 he landed a role as a Net Zero Transformation Consultant with Deloitte. About Us Many students come to an MBA from banki…
 
It’s no secret that a lot of scientific conversation happens on Twitter. It’s a great place to share your research, keep up with trends, and connect with collaborators. But many grad students and postdocs have questions. Is it okay to promote my own work? Can I just retweet other scientists, or do I have to […] The post 168. Academic Twitter: Step-…
 
Tune in to this week's episode to learn about all things Flatfish. Zach talks with Dylan Kiene, a PhD student at the University of South Alabama and Graduate Assistant in the Fisheries Ecology Lab at Dauphin Island Sea Lab, about his research on Southern Flounder movement, spawning dynamics, and the potential impacts of climate change on their popu…
 
Food budget is one topic that most college students have had to deal with at some point. Our hosts talk about ways to make the most out of your food budget & still be able to eat good food! Join our newest FB group created just for you (College Students & Graduates!): https://www.facebook.com/groups/collegesolvers Follow us on: Twitter - https://tw…
 
Episode Notes "People overcome so many barriers in their lives. It is astounding how capable people are. It is about having that focus about where you want to go and then if a person is determined, usually they can make it happen." On this week's episode of the Resolvve podcast, Noah speaks with Jane Rendely, career counselor extraordinaire about f…
 
Holly dreamt of working in journalism and attending grad school since grade school. And live that dream she did. After earning her master’s in journalism from Columbia, she started in trade pubs, moved to reporting for her hometown The Tennessean, and then founded BirdDog. During that time, Holly’s field changed. Legacy journalism slowly and steadi…
 
The College Solvers Podcast is back! Expect new episodes every Monday & Thursday! In our first episode of 2022 we talk about why you should (or shouldn't) go to grad school? Join our newest FB group created just for you (College Students & Graduates!): https://www.facebook.com/groups/collegesolvers Follow us on: Twitter - https://twitter.com/Colleg…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we are speaking with Denise Underwood. Originally from Romania her career has taken her to Myanmar, Thailand and most recently Singapore. She shares with us details about her exciting career journey, why she chose to do an MBA at Warwick Business School and more about her new role in Singapore. About Us Many students…
 
Episode Notes Our first blog post of 2022 goes through some of the biggest myths about depression. You can find the written version on our blog. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not therapy and is not a replacement for therapy. Noah and Simon do not take this therapist-client role in any way …
 
This week Kadie interviews Calum Pritchard, a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. They chat about Calum's path from the University of Plymouth for his bachelor's and master's degrees to his current work with Scottish wrasse, an important, but data limited commercial fishery for salmon farms, differences between graduate school in…
 
Caitlin followed the script for landing a tenure-track position to a tee. Conference attendance and panels, publication, university service—you name it, she did it. And excelled at it. But after four years of her search yielding no viable offers, she shelved teaching and explored the non-academic job market. And in the process, she considered her v…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we are speaking with Said Muhtadi, originally from Jordan he studied Engineering in Canada before pursuing an MBA at Warwick Business School. Today is a consultant with PwC in Saudi Arabia. He talks with us about his experience prior to the MBA; how he persevered in the job hunt during Covid; a glimpse into life as a…
 
Tune in to hear Liam Kehoe discuss his master's research at the University of Florida (UF) to improve the management of Florida's stone crab fishery – one of the state's most valuable. He is leveraging bioeconomic and population dynamics models to provide managers with the right quantitative tools. This project is part of a collaborative effort bet…
 
Turning over the last page of the calendar seems to naturally invite some reflection on the previous 365 days. When you look back at 2021, what went well? And what do you wish you could change in the coming year? This week, we take the opportunity to reflect back much farther – to our days […] The post 086. Five Resolutions for Happier, Healthier S…
 
Dan underwent a “seismic shift” in perspective during the throes of finishing his MM in orchestral performance. After graduation, he stowed away his trumpet…and plans for a performance career. But after a few years, the musical itch resurfaced. He started playing and teaching private lessons again for fun. For work, he landed a general manager posi…
 
Episode Notes You can find the full written version of the blog, and more content here. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not therapy and is not a replacement for therapy. Noah and Simon do not take this therapist-client role in any way for Resolvve. Please seek professional help if needed. Go…
 
On this episode, Anders Halverson talks to Dr. Joe Anderson of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife about fish restoration in the Elwha River, the site of one of the biggest and most significant dam removal projects in the United States. Since the dams were removed in 2014, salmon, steelhead, bull trout, and other fish have recolonized an…
 
Welcome to Blue Genes and Boots everyone! In this episode, Matt Jevit and Josh Meehan host Dr. Heath Blackmon to discuss his research, what led him to Texas A&M, and why he’s known around campus as “The Beetle Guy”. Dr. Blackmon received his BS in Environmental Science from Oregon State University and his Ph. D. in Quantitative Biology from the Uni…
 
The connection between lobbying and helping organizations develop their board members and DEI programs can be easy to miss. But for Nikki, it’s a clear link. After gaining lobbying experience in grad school, at the state of Michigan under Governor (now US Secretary of Energy) Granholm, and in the nonprofit space, Nikki struck out on her own. But sh…
 
Our latest blog post focuses on managing your social batteries and mitigating social exhaustion. You can read it here. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not therapy and is not a replacement for therapy. Noah and Simon do not take this therapist-client role in any way for Resolvve. Please seek …
 
In this week’s episode, Zach catches up with good friend and fellow Virginia Tech graduate, Stephen Stang. Stephen is a freshwater fisheries biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and current master’s student at the University of Florida. They discuss his master’s research on Gulf Coast Striped Bass in the Florida Panh…
 
Phillip Vannini is a professor and ethnographer at Royal Roads School of Communication and Culture. His recent work includes the documentary film Life off Grid, and the book (and documentary film) Inhabited, Wildness and the Vitality of the Land. This recent work centers around concepts of wilderness, wildness, and wild, and how these mean differen…
 
Episode Notes Noah speaks with Sheri Van Dijk, MSW, RSW and they discuss strategies for managing mental health. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not therapy and is not a replacement for therapy. Noah and Simon do not take this therapist-client role in any way for Resolvve. Please seek profess…
 
This week, we dive head-first into the mailbag to answer listener questions about grad school readiness, teaching experience, and more! Just Finished! Our first missive comes from Kaylee, who recently graduated! I just wanted to send an email to thank you for all of the hard work you have put into creating Hello PhD over […] The post 167. Mailbag –…
 
For this week's episode of The Fisheries Podcast, co-host Mirella Leis chats with guest Dr. María Andrée López Gómez about some of the challenges and opportunities to recruitment, training and retention in small-scale fisheries, and the factors that have facilitated or prevented people from entering, staying and thriving as fish harvesters. Main po…
 
Today on the show we invite Dr. Thato Motlhalamme, who is here to impart some valuable and hard-won advice on pushing your comfort zones, trusting your voice, and standing up for yourself in spaces where you aren’t being heard! Author of Holding the Knife's Edge: Journeys of Black Female Scientists, Dr. Motlhalamme tells the story of her life-long …
 
As Naomi’s martial arts studio grew, her time creating art dwindled. She enrolled in a low-residency MFA visual arts program to combat the imbalance. But rather than doubling down on the bifurcation between professional and personal, she tore down the “imaginary brick wall.” Infusing her artwork with her perspective from years of martial arts pract…
 
Tips for Students who may need to realign and to move into a better role. How to adjust when the world has shifted and you’re being laid off or made redundant. Hear from Cambridge Innovation Center Innovation Studio's Events Guru Amy Erickson's Career Success Tips | ROIinU Digital Marketing Career Launcher. New cohort launches soon. Learn more to l…
 
We talk breaking points. Kel suggests to anyone feeling they’ve reached the breaking point at the end of the semester: pause, and appreciate that it’s showing you, you DO have a limit. Sit with that. What’s it mean to hit your limit and really admit it? That is, rather than judging yourself, or scrambling to get past it. Instead, embrace the breaki…
 
This week, Kadie chats with Savanah Leidholt. Savanah is a PhD student in the Vega-Thurber lab at Oregon State University where she is studying the role of viruses in marine fishes. We cover Savanah's career path to date, her current research studying the causal agents of Puffy Snout Syndrome in captive tunas and mackerels, her science outreach wor…
 
Aaron Bunch (co-host) emphasizes that inclusion can happen now—in an instant—with genuine positive communication directed at someone who has a different identity than you. A person feeling included really comes down to an individual having a sense of belonging and value within a group of people. Over the past year as hosts of the Fisheries Diversit…
 
There's a common perception that if you wish to pursue academia and tenure, then you need to solely focus on institutional work. Today I'm speaking with Dr. Bukola Salami, an Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of the Intersections of Gender Program at the University of Alberta, who is living proof that that isn't the only way. Dr. Salami r…
 
There’s the not-unfamiliar route of a fine arts education preceding a media career. And then there’s Jaleh’s path: an MS in digital media turned visual artist who’s amassed over 200k followers on TikTok, and 115k+ on Instagram, since she started painting in October 2020 (!). But overnight success narratives are rarely that simple. Or sudden. Jaleh’…
 
Is Grad School the Right Next Step? Internships & More Career Success Tips with Intern Alum and University of Texas-Austin Grad Student Miya Leykauf. Longest-serving #NIMterm, Miya is wrapping up grad school and about to hit the job hunt. Hear her thoughts on Grad School Pros and Cons and what she wishes she knew when. Subscribe to catch "Career Su…
 
In this episode, my mentor, Dr. Kerry Ann Rockquemore and I are sharing what you need to know about the steps you have to take to start looking for a mentor, what to actually look for in a mentor, how to initiate a conversation, and how to make the most of your time. Kerry Ann explains that one of the best services you can do yourself is to ask, “W…
 
This week Hannah catches up with Claire Pelletier, a master's candidate in the Scharf Lab at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, about her research on non-native flathead catfish diet, movement, and reproduction in the Cape Fear River. Hannah and Claire discuss her past research on black sea bass blood gas levels post-capture, their mutual…
 
Episode Notes In this interview episode, Simon talks with Ariana Cahn about managing your mental health during grad school and setting healthy boundaries. Disclaimer: This Podcast and all of our mental health learning and educational content is not therapy and is not a replacement for therapy. Noah and Simon do not take this therapist-client role i…
 
Many of us anchor our self-worth to our achievements, be they academic, physical, or fiscal. While we may find it motivating in the short term, the long-term effects of this can often result in unhealthy coping mechanisms and a paradoxically low sense of self-worth. Our guest today, Dr. Adia Gooden, is a licensed clinical psychologist, speaker, and…
 
Christina watched her adjunct spots, and tentative career plans, evaporate as the Great Recession exacted its toll on higher ed. Faced with fewer classes and less income, she opened her job search to larger cities where she’d have a better shot putting her MA in public address and background in graphic design to good use outside academia. And far o…
 
It’s inevitable. At some point in your research career, you’re going to get that sinking feeling. Your experiments will all fail, your PI will get on your case about finishing that paper, and your graduation date will drift maddeningly out of reach. So what can you do when your research starts to drag you down? […] The post 075. When Research Sucks…
 
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