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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY) is a leader in public graduate education devoted to enhancing the public good through pioneering research, serious learning, and reasoned debate. The Graduate Center offers ambitious students more than 40 doctoral and master’s programs of the highest caliber, taught by top faculty from throughout CUNY — the nation’s largest public urban university. Through its nearly 40 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced ...
 
This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
Nature Boy is a general science show hosted by four PhD graduate students studying plant biology at UC Riverside. Join Michael, Marschal, Jon, and Jess the first Sunday of each month as research from varied fields is discussed, made digestible, and often criticized. An irreverent look at the often over revered field of scientific research.
 
On TAP is a three-headed, freewheeling conversation about topics of current interest to graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and all those interested in academic Theatre and Performance Studies. Each edition features established scholars in Theatre and Performance Studies chatting about several topics of field-wide interest, including trends in ideas and scholarly methods, pedagogy, career development, notable developments in research, publishing and hiring, and news-worthy e ...
 
Raising awareness about mental health, disability and access in higher education. We hope to highlight the humanness of people with disabilities and health challenges, as well as provide resources related to teaching and learning. New episodes posted every other Wednesday at 12pm central. More at www.stereotype.life. #breakthestereotype #endthestigma
 
We're two graduates lost in the world trying to share a little humour and accept our penniless futures as writers who somehow ended up in France together. One reformed tabloid journalist and one casual philosopher make up this duo who think being lost is only as scary as you make it.
 
Graduate Compass is a podcast for those who aren't sure what to do after university/college and who are interested in exploring different career options. Each episode aims to teach about alternative career paths through the stories, experiences, triumphs and mistakes of graduates who went before. Each episode stands alone so you can pick and choose areas that most interest you.
 
McKinsey Recruiting is a podcast is all about informing you about who we are, what we do, and about our recruiting process. We want to bring clarity in a way that is easy to digest. We know you have a lot on your plate so we want to take some of the work out of recruiting. In each episode we will do a deep dive on frequently asked questions to get you the information in which you are interested. Tune in to get an insider's view of McKinsey, hear us explain common misconceptions, and get to k ...
 
This monthly podcast—featuring creatives from top global brands—shares stories from designers, marketers, writers, and others in the creative community to help you turn aspiration into action.The one uniting theme across each story? Each interviewee has opted to pursue their own creative dreams, whether that means through a life of travel, entrepreneurship, or an innovative model of their own making.Our goal? To create a means for world-class innovation to inform everyday interaction. Hosted ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
Do you study album credits? Do you sit in your driveway waiting to hear the rest of a good song? Get annoyed when someone refers to "Baba O'Riley" as "Teenage Wasteland?" You may want to listen to the monthly Jukebox Graduate podcast that longtime friends Eugene Edwards (Dwight Yoakam) and Dave Rayburn co-host. It will be two friends talking about music with guests and an attempt to share our discoveries and experiences. Sometimes music helps us understand our world, sometimes ourselves. Thi ...
 
Overcoming Graduation with Brian Drury is a podcast all about teaching you everything you want to learn about life that college never prepared you for so that you can live the life of your dreams. We will cover everything from how to deal with emotional stresses, to staying active with a 9-5 job, and so much more. Join me on this adventure and check out all the updates at OvercomingGraduation.com!
 
The pandemic has forced everyone to reexamine their finances, whether it’s dealing with a pay cut, how to best use cash from staying home, managing the ups and downs of investment markets or using this time to make a career change. Whatever the question, Financial Times consumer editor Claer Barrett knows where to find the right tips for your money. Every week, Claer talks to a listener about their money queries and consults her rolodex of financial advisors, planners and writers for no-nons ...
 
At Accenture, we’re seeing first-hand how innovative thinking & technology is revolutionising the world around us. In this podcast series, our apprentices & graduates explore topics ranging from unbiased AI to how technology can help companies' forge human relationships with customers; you’ll hear unique insights, build your knowledge and learn if Accenture is right for you.
 
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Adam went to University to follow his passion and to get a job in the area of his greatest hobby and interest. However he realized that jobs in this area were not what he thought they would be. A need to earn some money while studying would lead him to finding a career path he loved and was just as passionate about.…
 
This episode features a discussion with Philippe Sands, Professor of Laws and Director of the Centre on International Courts and Tribunals at University College London, and Zachary Douglas, Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. Philippe Sands explains the challenges he faced while writing his new book "The Ratline: Love,…
 
Could there be a worse year than 2020 to graduate from university? Lockdown disrupted final exams, not to mention final goodbyes - and graduates face one of the toughest recruitment markets in recent times. Claer Barrett chats to 21-year-old graduate Olly. He’s landed a traineeship with a big City of London firm, but his start date has been delayed…
 
Like Benjamin, we wonder what the future can and should hold for us. Can it be free of the negative trappings of our society and culture, of our parents’ influence, of the past? Wes and Erin discuss Mike Nichols’ 1967 film "The Graduate." The post (sub)Text: Worrying about the Future in Mike Nichols' “The Graduate” first appeared on The Partially E…
 
On the Chinese military treatise from around the 5th century BCE. How does a philosopher wage war? The best kind of war can be won without fighting. The general qua Taoist sage never moves until circumstances are optimal. We talk virtue ethics and practical strategy; how well can Sunzi's advice be applied to non-martial pursuits? With guest Brian W…
 
Chris Hogan joins Scott and Mindy today to chat about becoming an everyday millionaire. Chris and his team interviewed more than 10,000 millionaires to hear how they did it. Hard work, determination, spending less than you make, investing wisely, and eliminating debt. Chris shares how to discuss your finances with your spouse - and how to bring the…
 
DVT / PE Triple Distilled! Our favorite VTE pearls summarized in this fast paced recap gleaned from our discussions with Dr Oren Friedman #92 Pulmonary Embolism for the Internist and hematologist, heavy metal enthusiast, Dr Michael Streiff #154 DVT and PE Master Class. Introducing our new Triple Distilled sub-series offering shorter episodes that r…
 
Is the Last of Us franchise actually a good video gaming, or just long cinematics that are only good by comparison to past video game cut scenes? It's great, but not exactly "fun." Mark, Erica, Brian, and Drew Jackson talk about balancing narrative and gameplay, the message ("revenge is bad"), the shifting points of view (including playable flashba…
 
Rather than a grouping of sovereign states, the League of Nations, the precursor organisation to the United Nations, admitted several colonies and Dominions as member-states. Perhaps the most unusual addition to the League was that of British India, that was described as an ‘anomaly among anomalies’. In today’s podcast, we will discuss under what t…
 
Claer Barrett chats to Josh, a high-earner living in New Jersey who has large credit card bills to settle. The 30-something finance worker has spent $20,000 paying for holidays and unexpected bills on his interest-free cards, but his wife is unaware of how much he now owes. Under lockdown, the couple have impressively managed to save more than $27,…
 
Mark, Wes, Dylan and Seth continue the discussion on The Tyranny of Merit to talk further about how social values can and do change, and whether these changes can be engineered in the way that Sandel seems to want. This preview includes a couple of exchanges from near the beginning to give you a flavor of what to expect. The post PREVIEW-Ep. 254: M…
 
Dr. Mina Bissell is a Distinguished Scientist in the Life Sciences Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Mina is working to understand why the cells in a particular part of your body form the structures they do and not something else. Tissue and organ specificity are fundamentally related to cancer. When cells forget their tissue-s…
 
Fun, fluorescein, and fundoscopy unite as our esteemed guest, Dr. Nisha Chadha @iEducatorMD (Mount Sinai School of Medicine) brings us ophthalmology for primary care! Dr. Chadha is a medical educator and the content creator of the med-ed simulation website 20/20 Sim. She teaches us the 3-vital signs of ophthalmology, how to recognize common diabeti…
 
Cathleen Hutchins grew up in Hawaii. She come over to the mainland for college, but Hawaii kept calling her name, so she moved back home. Hawaii is an expensive place to live, and Cathleen knew she'd need a plan in order to reach financial independence if she was going to live there for the rest of her life. So she saved. She invested. She made sma…
 
In this episode, Marvette talks about the 4 main apps herself and her clients use to help keep their productivity on track when writing and during dissertation. Follow Marvette at https://www.instagram.com/qual_scholars/ and https://www.instagram.com/marvettelacy/ And join her Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/qualitativedissertationsm…
 
On The Tyranny of Merit: What's Become of the Common Good? (2020). Do people get the wealth and status they deserve? And if they did, would that be good? Michael critiques the meritocracy: It's not actually fair, leaves most people feeling humiliated, and makes those on the top arrogant and disconnected. The commitment to meritocracy is shared by b…
 
Learn which exam maneuvers are worthwhile and which ones are worthless in your approach to shortness of breath. In our evidence based series on the physical exam, we discuss the approach to the dyspneic patient with Dr. Brian Garibaldi (Hopkins, SBM), associate professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins, and co-president of …
 
Dr. Kerri Morgan is an Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy and Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis and a certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP). In addition, Kerri is an accomplished Paralympic and World Champion athlete. Through her research, Kerri is working to better understand how to better support people with dis…
 
Ambus Hunter grew up with a fair understanding of how money works. He received a partial scholarship to play drums in college, and graduated with a small amount of student loan debt. His first job was with the Department of Defense, making a decent salary for someone who had just graduated from college. He started saving his money, like a good FI-d…
 
Introducing a new podcast series by the Macro-Development Research Initiative, from the Graduate Institute in Geneva. “Let’s put it on the table” will discuss development-related topics that are not receiving enough attention. Our guest for this episode is Alejandro Castro, one of the founding members of Club Macro, the Club de Macroeconomía UCV, t…
 
Ayfa didn't study her degree straight after school but when she finally did she wasted no time and dove straight into her new academic life. So much that she ended up working in academia but when reality meant she needed to find a career path she was open to whatever came her way, and it turned out HR was a really great fit.…
 
As part of KGI's Industry Talk Series, our most recent guest was Neelu Gibson. Gibson serves as the Worldwide Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Medication Management Solutions (MMS), at BD Medical. She is proud to lead a dynamic team of global professionals in creating and executing regulatory strategies and submissions facilitating the availabil…
 
Kevin Nadal is a professor of psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is one of the leading researchers on the effect of microaggressions, or subtle forms of discrimination, on the mental and physical health of people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people; and members of…
 
Is the new Mulan the equivalent for Asian-Americans what Black Panther was for African-Americans? Did the film work? Was it better than the 1998 animated film? Actor Michael Tow joins Erica, Mark, and Brian to discuss the development, aesthetics, and political controversies surrounding the film: How have feminist messages changed over Mulan's vario…
 
What's up you epic gamers out there! This week the Nature Boy crew discusses video games, their impact on cognition, and has a wonderful time in general! That along with a roundup of science news makes this an episode you don't want to miss. So snag a mushroom, stomp a goomba and join us! A video recording of this episode is available here: https:/…
 
In this week's episode of the Money Clinic, presenter Claer Barrett chats to Naureen, a 37-year old Londoner who has been saving money under lockdown — and now wants to start investing it in the stock market. Naureen had a wake up call when she received her annual pension statement through the post, and saw that her projected income in retirement w…
 
Did you like our discussion of Leibniz's Theodicy? One and all can hear a bit more on the metaphysical status of evil and about the multi-layered character of will. Plus, an extra political Nightcap discussion only for members of our member community. The post Leibniz Pt. 2 Preview Now on Public Feed, Nightcap about Wokeness Now on Citizen Feed fir…
 
Time for spooky cakes with a side of candy corn. We discuss Dapagliflozin (SGLT2i) for CKD, Turmeric for knee pain and Honey for URTI (cough) on this halloween themed hotcakes with Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH @rbganatra Listeners can claim Free CE credit through VCU Health at http://curbsiders.vcuhealth.org/ (Note: CME for this episode won’t be available…
 
Dr. Julia Bailey-Serres is Director of the Center for Plant Cell Biology and Distinguished Professor of Genetics at the University of California, Riverside. She also holds the University of California John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Chair and is Professor of Rice Physiology at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. A major focus of Ju…
 
Chelsea Brennan was a hedge fund manager for several years - until her second pregnancy when she ended up in the hospital with sever complications brought on by the stress and emotional toll her job took on her. She and her husband looked over their savings and investments, and decided that she'd leave her job in order to focus on her health and he…
 
When Zach Horne got into an Ivy league school in the U.S.A. he was expecting to follow his degree subject into the world of work, but as he graduated he began to realize this wasn't the path he wanted to go down. A chance to go overseas would delay having to make a career decision but would also give him some alternative career ideas to explore.…
 
Margaret M. Chin is an associate professor of sociology at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. She is the author of two books, including the most recent, Stuck: Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder. In Stuck, she portrays how second-generation Asian Americans who graduated from college between 1980 and 2008 have…
 
Wes and Erin continue their discussion of W.B. Yeats’ "The Second Coming." In Part 1, they analyzed the first stanza of the poem, in particular Yeats' use of "gyre"; the meaning of the phrases "things fall apart" and "the center cannot hold"; and the conflict between aristocratic and revolutionary values. In Part 2, they discuss -- with a little he…
 
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