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Find us on the gram and twitter "@atygpod"... Remember When Your Parents Said go to College? Then You Went to College, Graduated from College, Then Questioned Why the F*** Did I Waste My Time Going to College ? We Do Too. This podcast is about what comes after following all the rules. With Quaison Carter & Johnathan Dixon
 
A podcast miniseries featuring conversations with Duke University graduate students about the opportunities and challenges they face during their journeys through graduate school. Produced by Stefan Waldschmidt for the Duke Graduate School.
 
The goal of the Graduate Job Podcast is to help you achieve the job of your dreams. Each week we speak to inspiring authors, coaches, recruiters and entrepreneurs in the field of graduate recruitment, as they share their expert knowledge and advice. We cover all aspects of getting a graduate job, from internships and placements, to CV’s, online applications, interviews and assessment centres. Whether you are looking for a career in finance and banking, or wanting to work with a charity, the ...
 
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American Graduate
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Reporter Jo Ann Klooz explores the dropout crisis in Indianapolis. Listen to 90.1 FM HD1 Wednesdays at 6:35 am, 9:35 am and 5:44 pm for weekly reports from Jo Ann and a variety of youth voices from the community.
 
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This is a podcast about our experiences as graduate students. We talk about issues that we have encountered and how we dealt with them. We look for advice and strategies to cope with different challenges and we share it all with you.
 
A selection of recordings from the English Graduate Conference, University of Oxford, 1 June 2012. The conference theme was Return to the Political: Literary Aesthetics and the Influence of Political Thought and featured student presentations and a panel discussion on the topic 'What is a Classic?'. The conference concluded with a keynote address from Booker prize winning author Ben Okri.
 
Podcast by THE GRADUATE CENTER, CUNY
 
A podcast that keeps our students and alumni at the ISSN Graduate Diploma at the cusps of recent happenings in the field of Sports Performance Nutrition. A podcast hosted by the ISSN Graduate Diploma tutor Alex Ritson, whereby, in each episode, he takes the listener on a journey, discussing past and present research, interesting concepts and ensures by the end of each short episode, the listener comes away with actionable ‘evidence-informed’ take homes to guide their practice.
 
This podcast is run by a girl who has become a video journalist straight out of University with a hungry passion for more. I talk about motivation, my experiences and balancing everything in life.
 
Graduate Medical Education
 
Starting the day after launch, before sales and success, an audio log of the real startup story.
 
Podcast by Justin Turner Kevin Reitmeyer
 
Graduate Medical Education
 
Welcome to the real world. The Post Graduate Podcast deals with a fresh graduate of architecture, a Filipino male, single and ready to mingle, as he ventures into the world after the completion of his education. Join him in this bi-weekly podcast where anything and everything will be discussed, past, present and future where one episode per week will be the discussion of Television show episodes and movies.
 
The “Graduate School Insider” is a podcast series focused on topics that concern those who are interested in biomedical research and are considering pursing a PhD or an MD/PhD. Your host is Dr. Keith Micoli, assistant dean for Postdoctoral Affairs at NYU School of Medicine, who will be interviewing students, postdocs, faculty, and others on the matter. Podcast participants share their experiences and offer words of advice for anyone who is considering embarking on this journey.
 
In addition to the diversity of graduate program options, UW Oshkosh provides you with award-winning faculty, flexible course offerings, and excellent student resources, research equipment and facilities. Since 1962, our graduate programs have awarded over 12,000 master’s degrees.
 
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In 2009, research by Atherton and colleagues assessed the effects of essential amino acids (EAA’s) and their impact on anabolic signalling. The group discovered that key signals for muscle growth, being mTORC-1 and 4EBP1 increased in response to the amino acid 'leucine', but not in response to any other EAA. In addition, the important signal of ...…
 
Today I talk about balancing your health and the importance of work. How do you get it done without burning yourself out?
 
Professor Candace McCoy returns to The Graduate Center this fall after a two-year public service leave with the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) Office of the Inspector General. Learn what Dr. McCoy learned about the NYPD as a policy analyst in the office that is charged with investigating the largest police force in the United States.…
 
Thousands of women across the world pursue physique competitions. Each year, these competitors, dressed in their rhinestone-covered outfits, step on stage among other competitors, displaying their sculpted physiques to a judging panel. These competitions are judged on a host of aesthetic, appearance criteria, rather than sporting performance. C ...…
 
How did Dr. Jennifer Furlong, director of The Graduate Center’s Office of Career Planning and Professional Development get interested in advising graduate students on entering the workforce having already attained a Ph.D. in Romance languages? Furlong dove head first into the field and has never left it. Listen in to this week’s The Thought Pro ...…
 
Almost 50 percent of our body structure is given over to the complex, multi-nucleated endocrine organ, we call skeletal muscle. Packed with cylindrical cells, bundled into compartments, wrapped in connective tissue and delicately interwoven by supplies of blood vessels and nerves, our skeletal muscle is the source of sustenance that influences ...…
 
Hello and welcome to the 75th episode of the Graduate Job Podcast. The heatwave is continuing here in London and the summer is proving a cracker! This warm weather does make it difficult to knuckle down and do some work, so I hope your job preparation hasn’t been too badly impacted. Don’t worry if it has been, tomorrow is another day, and you c ...…
 
The sport performance-enhancing effects of caffeine are well-founded, particularly in endurance exercise. In research, such results are commonly presented as mean cohort responses. However, when assessing the individual responses of caffeine on sports performance, the ergogenic effects aren’t quite so pervasive, with a high degree of individual ...…
 
I’d like to think we’ve all been there, at least once. That feeling of waking up in the morning, after that tough workout, only to find that building contractors have moved in and poured concrete where your thigh muscles used to be. Your calves feel strung like a ukulele and your glutes feel on the verge of bursting. This is technically classif ...…
 
This is an introduction to my new podcast. I cover what the purpose of life is meant to be along with a brief description of who I am and what I can provide for you for your journey.
 
Hello and welcome to the 74th episode of the Graduate Job Podcast. I’ve gone trans-Atlantic again today to bring you a very special guest; best-selling author Scott Mautz joins me on the show for a thought provoking episode where we explore how to find an inspiring graduate job. Scott is the author of the new book ‘Find The Fire’, and we explor ...…
 
Episode three: Without question, one of the most important adaptations for improving endurance performance is to increase the mass of mitochondrial proteins. This allows for the closer matching between energy demands and energy production. This adaptation is accompanied by increases in capillary density, energy transport proteins and an increas ...…
 
Helen Barke, a graduate of Cardiff University School of Psychology, talks about her experience in the Third Sector before moving into training to be a Counsellor.
 
Episode two: Almost a century ago, two inquisitive Danes by the names August Krogh and Johannes Lindhard offered one of the first insights into what today, we consider a cardinal tenet of Sports Nutrition practice; which is: When looking to perform at one’s best, having enough available carbohydrates is essential for endurance performance. The ...…
 
Carla Shedd is an associate professor in sociology and urban education at The Graduate Center. Her work focuses on the timely issues related to criminal justice, race, law and society, social inequality, and urban policy. She is the author of the award-winning book Unequal City: Race, Schools, and Perceptions of Injustice, which explores obstac ...…
 
Episode one: What does energy availability mean? Is there a threshold of low energy availability where this starts to negatively impact on reproductive functioning? How can you quantify energy availability? Are there sex-based differences in bone metabolism, when energy availability is low? What can you do to combat low-energy availability from ...…
 
Justin T. Brown is the executive director of CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies at The Graduate Center. He is also an assistant professor of health sciences at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY where his teaching primarily centers on courses in public health and human services. His collaborative research focuses on addressing health inequities ...…
 
Patricia Chapple Wright (Ph.D. '85, Anthropology), winner of The Graduate Center's 2018 President's Distinguished Alumni Medal, is an American primatologist, anthropologist, and conservationist. She is best known for her extensive study of social and family interactions of wild lemurs in Madagascar. She established the Institute for the Conserv ...…
 
Katharine Viner, who was awarded an honorary doctorate at The Graduate Center's 2018 Commencement, is the first woman to serve as editor-in-chief of Guardian News & Media (comprising The Guardian, The Observer—the world's oldest Sunday newspaper—and theguardian.com). She joined The Guardian as a writer in 1997 and was was appointed deputy edito ...…
 
Hello and welcome to the 73rd episode of the Graduate Job Podcast. In this episode I speak with Paul Murphy, author of the brilliant new book 1000 Years of Career Advice, which details the careers journeys and advice of 100 graduates 10 years after graduation. In this episode we delve into the book in detail exploring some of the cumulative wis ...…
 
Jean Halley is a professor of sociology at The College of Staten Island and The Graduate Center of The City University of New York. She earned her doctorate in sociology at The Graduate Center of CUNY, and her master’s degree in theology at Harvard University. Among her recent publications include Seeing Straight, an Introduction to Gender and ...…
 
Graduate students who decide to remain on the academic track will find themselves needing to approach research a little differently as a postdoc. Dr. Sumru Bayin, a postdoctoral research fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, shares his experiences.
 
Katherine Verdery is the Julien J. Studley Faculty Scholar and distinguished professor of anthropology at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Since 1973, she has conducted field research in Romania, initially emphasizing the political economy of social inequality, ethnic relations, and nationalism. Two decades after the fall of communism under the dicta ...…
 
Hello and welcome to the 72nd episode of the Graduate Job Podcast, the UKs most popular careers and jobs podcast. The sun has been shining here in London, but it’s been no excuse for me not bringing you the brightest and the best job search advice. This week’s episode is an international one, as it came about from an email from Piers a listener ...…
 
MD/PhD programs are highly competitive, and it’s important to know what sort of information and experience would help you get ahead of the rest. Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Mark Philips, Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program ...…
 
Julie Hecht is a Ph.D. student in Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology who works with Diana Reiss at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. The New York Times observed that Julie “finds her bliss in canine urine.” She is also a science writer and author of the popular “Dog Spies” blog at Scientific American.…
 
Anthony Fitton, a graduate of Cardiff University School of Psychology, talks about his career at Strengths Partnership, an organisation specialising in enhancing employee performance and wellbeing.
 
A warm welcome to the 71st episode of the Graduate Job Podcast, the UKs most popular careers and jobs podcast. The sun might be shining in London, but it’s no excuse not to be thinking about getting a graduate job. And this week as always we have an amazing guest who can help you find that job of your dreams. Coming on the show for the second t ...…
 
What does getting an MD/PhD actually mean? What does the training consist of, and how is it different from getting just one degree? What can one do with an MD/PhD, and who is best suited for this track? Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, explains.…
 
Frank Hentschker is professor of theatre and the executive director of the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at The Graduate Center, CUNY. He came to The Graduate Center in 2001 as the Segal Center’s program director and was appointed to the doctoral faculty in 2009. Among the vital events and series he has founded at the Segal Center are the Worl ...…
 
Joy Connolly is senior vice president, provost, and distinguished professor of classics at The Graduate Center, the home of CUNY’s arts and sciences doctoral degrees and interdisciplinary master’s programs. In today’s Thought Project podcast, she discusses The Graduate Center’s plans to transform doctoral education in the humanities with suppor ...…
 
A big hello and welcome to the 70th episode of the Graduate Job Podcast. This week I speak with Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant, authors of the excellent new book "You're Hired! Graduate Career Handbook: Maximise Your Employability and Get a Graduate Job". In this episode we delve into the book, exploring some of my favourite chapters which I k ...…
 
Applying to graduate programs is a daunting task, and it’s sometimes difficult to figure out what sort of experience would set your application apart from the rest. Hear what Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Susanne Tranguch, Assistant Dean fo ...…
 
Luke Waltzer is the director of the Teaching and Learning Center at The Graduate Center, where he supports GC students in their teaching across the CUNY system and beyond and works on a variety of pedagogical and digital projects. Waltzer leads the GC's effort to assist Ph.D. students in preparing to enter classrooms across CUNY as effective te ...…
 
Jesse Prinz is a distinguished professor of philosophy at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York. He is a notable expert in philosophy of psychology and a strong proponent of the emerging methodology known as experimental philosophy. He is author of The Conscious Brain; The Emotional Construction of Morals, Beyond Human Nature; ...…
 
Many college graduates who are drawn to the sciences consider graduate school as the next logical step for them, although for some, this seems like a very long road. When considering whether getting your PhD is the right thing for you, it’s important to keep in mind what doors having a PhD can open for you when you’re done with your studies. Dr ...…
 
The Thought Project - Episode 14 - Interview with Gregory Smithsimon by THE GRADUATE CENTER, CUNY
 
I see a ton of resume mistakes these days, most of which can be avoided. In this episode we are talking about references on the resume. Should you include references on you’re resume? Should you not? Let’s talk about it.
 
This week’s guest is Ruth Milkman a sociologist of labor and labor movements who has written on a variety of topics involving work and organized labor in the United States, past and present. Her most recent book is Unfinished Business: Paid Family Leave in California and the Future of U.S. Work-Family Policy (Cornell University Press, 2013), co ...…
 
This week’s guest is Linda Martin Alcoff who is a professor of philosophy at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She specializes in epistemology, feminism, race theory and existentialism. Alcoff has called for greater inclusion of historically underrepresented groups in philosophy and notes that philosophe ...…
 
Many college students decide to get a taste of graduate school by spending a summer in a research program. This is a great way to learn about programs, gain research experience and meet faculty at graduate schools. Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and ...…
 
Especially at larger academic institutions, it’s not always easy to know what labs to choose for rotations, and how to make sure that the lab that you end up in is the right one for you. Ashira Lubkin and Emily Radke, both graduate students at the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, discuss the topic. Associated Labs: Victor Torr ...…
 
Many people who are thinking about coming to New York for their PhD have questions about what it’s like to live in the big city – Where to live? What’s there to do? How affordable or unaffordable things might be? How easy it is to get around from place to place? Lydia Grmai and Phillip Geter, both graduate students from the NYU Langone School o ...…
 
This week’s guest is Polly Thistlethwaite, the chief librarian at the Graduate Center. She joined the GC in 2011 and since then has increased the Library’s participation in networks to bring meaningful access to the world’s academic and cultural heritage to CUNY scholars and students. Among these initiatives include a collaboration with the Man ...…
 
If you don’t have internship experience and you feel like you can’t compete, what is the best thing to do? Many college students and recent graduates suffer from this problem. Be sure to check out some of the best internships and entry level jobs at secretsofthehire.com. Also check out the iTunes podcast at 7 Minute Job Interview. I also have a ...…
 
When it comes to job interviews, many people get nervous and they begin to get the job interview jitter bug. In this segment I wanted to talk about why you shouldn’t be nervous on your next job interview. Let me know what you guys think. Do you find job interviews intimidating? What makes you nervous about them? Be sure to check out some of the ...…
 
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