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The Campus Technology Insider podcast explores current trends and issues impacting technology leaders in higher education. Listen in as Executive Editor Rhea Kelly chats with ed tech experts and practitioners about their work, ideas and experiences.
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dotEDU

American Council on Education

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​​​​​​​​Each episode of dotEDU presents a deep dive into a major public policy issue impacting college campuses and students across the country. Hosts from ACE, joined by guest experts, lead you through thought-provoking conversations on topics such as campus free speech, diversity in admissions, college costs and affordability, and more.
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Higher Ed Now

American Council of Trustees and Alumni

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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
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Hosted by NASFAA staff, this weekly podcast offers an unscripted view of hot financial aid and higher education-related topics. Justin Draeger and co-hosts will discuss what's happening inside the beltway to give you an insider's perspective.
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AGB Trusteeship Podcast

Association of Governing Boards (AGB)

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The Trusteeship Podcast from the Association of Governing Boards (AGB) provides perspective on the issues facing the nation's universities and colleges. Through insider insight and expert analysis, AGB's podcast helps leaders in this vital sector advance the public trust in higher education.
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​The Tech Savvy Professor, hosted by Dr. Marty Jencius (Kent State University) and Dr. Eric Perry (Keiser University), are two professors' love for all things technology. TSP will be brief weekly conversations regarding what technology they are currently enjoying. You'll get helpful ideas of great software, apps, and hardware as they can be used in your academic and non-academic life.
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ePlus helps our clients imagine, implement, and achieve more from technology. Our people are the best in the business — and we’re proud to feature them in our podcasts. Our services are backed by thousands of successfully delivered engagements, elite certifications, and awards. And we’re pleased to share the talent and perspective of our staff as it relates to today’s emerging, transformative technologies. See how we can help you connect the dots between IT investments and business outcomes.
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Professor Game is a weekly podcast where we interview gurus, experts and successful practitioners of games, gamification and game thinking that bring us the best of their experiences to get ideas, insights and will inspire us in the process of getting students to learn what we teach.
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How can we communicate research in science, the social sciences and humanities to ensure it has positive, real-world impact? That's the question being explored in this podcast, presented by Peter Barker, the director of research communications agency, Orinoco Communications. In each episode Peter chats to someone who's doing particularly interesting and inspiring work to engage the public with research.
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You've Got This is a podcast dedicated to helping academics and higher education professionals seek self-knowledge, playfully experiment, and live core values with intention. Tune in for insights, examples, and advice on topics such as meaningful productivity, boosting creativity, and much more.
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The Future Of Work

Pasadena City College

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Pasadena City College presents The Future Of Work. We are leading the conversation of how to begin closing the gap between what our students are learning and what the demands of the workforce will be once they enter. We’ll be talking to policy makers, business owners, educators and the students we are advocating for. We’ll explore topics like how education can partner with industry, how to be more equitable and how to attain one of our highest goals, more internships. This conversation impac ...
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EdFix

Michael J. Feuer, Dean of the GW Graduate School of Education and Human Dev

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Hosted by Michael J. Feuer, Dean of GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD), EdFix highlights the effective strategies and provocative ideas of researchers, practitioners and policymakers on how to improve our education system. Listen in as Dean Feuer connects their worlds to take on some of education's most complex issues.
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The PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) and individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal perspectives of our ...
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Practical, up-to-date interviews with experts in college admissions, financial aid, personal statements, test prep and more. Ethan Sawyer (aka College Essay Guy), interviews deans of admission, financial aid experts, and veterans of the admissions field to extract, then distill their advice into practical steps for students and those guiding them through the process. From creating an awesome college list to appealing a financial aid letter, Ethan skips the general advice and gets right to th ...
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Align your passion with your purpose with the Social Change Career Podcast. PCDN sits down with the world’s top professionals in the social change field to learn how they are changing the world while making a living. Honest conversations turn career advice for the global changemakers.
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Itinera Podcast

Scott Lepisto

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In this podcast, I, Scott Lepisto, interview classicists from all walks of life to discover how they became interested in the Greco-Roman world, who influenced them, and how their careers evolved.
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This podcast provides simple studying advice for non-traditional students returning to education to advance their careers. You’re in the right place if you’re a mature student, distance or workplace learner (or all three like Chloe) and studying for a degree or professional qualification. Chloe Burroughs, study skills expert and author of The Return to Study Handbook, will teach you how to study effectively so that you can boost your academic confidence, get more done in less time, and achie ...
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SA Voices From the Field

Dr. Jill Creighton, NASPA

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SA Voices from the Field shares the voices and stories from student affairs professionals from around the world. This podcast provides you with practical advice to help you be the best student affairs practitioner you can be, no matter where you are in your career.
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Engineering Out Loud

Oregon State University College of Engineering

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From the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, this is "Engineering Out Loud"—a podcast telling the stories of how our research and innovation here are helping change the world out there.
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Data @ Rest

UNC Chapel Hill's & UNC Fayetteville State's Information Security Offices

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"Data at Rest" is an accessible but informed discussion of current concepts, best practices, and personal experiences in computer security, network security, and information security overall, including interviews with expert guests and the history of each topic.
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On Framework Leadership, Kent Ingle talks to some of the world’s most successful and innovative leaders about where they came from, how they developed their leadership skills, and how they lead their organizations to success. Listeners look forward to discovering how each guest found their driving passion and stays disciplined in a world full of distraction along with the practical ways they find the courage to act on opportunities.
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A show where Sü and her guests talk about being human in academia by sharing their experience on issues that academics deal with everyday but are not necessarily attributed to the "ideal academic". The ideal academic is a robot not a human. Therefore, this show aims at humanizing academia episode by episode.
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Latinx Intelligentsia

Dra. Michelle Espino Lira

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This bi-weekly podcast is dedicated to uplifting Latinx/a/o students, administrators, faculty, and stakeholders in higher education. La Profesora, Dra. Michelle Espino Lira, focuses on the ways in which we can uplift our gente to and through higher education so we can all thrive.
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Innovators

Harris Search Associates

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The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
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Batsheva Frankel presents an edgy and entertaining educational podcast for teachers, students, parents, administrators and anyone else who cares about the state of education. While it is playful and fun, I also address the revolutionary changes that are happening and need to happen to create more meaningful and engaging education. We’ll celebrate students, educators, and schools who are getting it right and give tools and guidance for inspiring everyone else. Each episode starts with a fauxm ...
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Ken Steele is Canada's most trusted higher ed monitor and futurist, who co-founded the nation's leading market research firm and daily news service for colleges and universities. In this podcast, Ken will explore aspects of branding, marketing, media relations, pedagogy (teaching and learning), revenue generation and more -- as they relate to Canadian higher education in particular.
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Walton Biz Talk

Walton College Business Communication Lab

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Join the Walton Business Communication Lab as we bring together diverse perspectives to explore the intersections between business, communication, and broader social topics. This student-run podcast at the University of Arkansas brings you stories from students and professionals about the many paths that lead us to our passions. Regardless of the topic, you can count on listening to casual conversations about professional things.
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Welcome to the Student Loan Podcast! Here you’ll find practical advice on tackling student loan debt, paying down your higher education expenses and inspiring stories about paying off student loans. Join Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez as they discuss student loans, tuition, and everything in between.
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This is a podcast designed for conversations, issues, and challenges relating to active learning in higher education. We will also be bringing in special guests to talk about who's who in active learning! For more information, hit me up @Situationalist on Twitter! Also ask me about my latest experiences at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical experience implementing active learning, blended learning, and open educational resources.
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Unfriendly Black Hotties

Unfriendly Black Hotties

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The Unfriendly Black Hotties is a biweekly podcast about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in pop culture and politics. Co-hosts and best friends Christina and Kamille share their ~*global*~ takes on higher ed, books, movies, TV, fashion, culinary arts, and whatever the hell else they feel like. Get involved.
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Historic Voices Podcast brings voices from the past that make history come alive through their personal accounts and public speeches. Some episodes bring the voices of political and military leaders, common citizens who lived during extraordinary times, and entertainers who helped Americans live through difficult events. The podcast host provides a short introduction and afterward shares historical context. This podcast is part of the LifePodcast Network composed of other family-friendly pod ...
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Knowledge Applied

UChicago Podcast Network

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Knowledge Applied takes you inside research shaping your everyday life. Meet the experts working to make cities happier, healthier and more equitable places to live. Season 1 features podcast about smarter cities, food insecurity, smart decarceration, and the postitive effects of nature in urban environment. The Knowledge Applied podcast has been featured on: Bloomberg Cities, Futurity.Org and MyScience.Org. You can subscribe to Knowledge Applied on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and wherever els ...
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The school-to-prison pipeline is a complex and damaging system that disproportionately affects marginalized communities, particularly people of color. This pipeline refers to the policies and practices that push students out of school and into the criminal justice system, creating long-term impacts on individuals and communities. Quan Huynh, Execut…
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Listen to Lee Waskevich, VP, of Security Strategy at ePlus, dive into the topic of AI on the latest episode of our podcast series: ePlus Security Hype Free Zone. Hosted by Shawn Eftink, Director of Managed Security Services Strategy, this episode provides insight into the evolution and benefits of Artificial Intelligence, along with the pros and co…
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#162 – In this episode, I dive into how to harness productive struggle throughout the essay writing process. Writing essays can be overwhelming, with countless opportunities to feel panicky and unsure. This episode is packed with practical strategies to turn your struggle into a powerful tool for writing better essays. I’ll help you recognise and o…
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Raghu is a serial entrepreneur and has been obsessed with the financial markets since the age of 16. After graduating from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, he started his first company in 2006 - RK Trading Partnership - a proprietary trading company which actively traded the forex markets. He was able to turn $10k into more than $2M ove…
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Ralston College Humanities MA Dr. David Novak is a distinguished professor at the University of Toronto, renowned theologian, and esteemed rabbi. He has authored numerous books, delivered the prestigious Gifford Lectures, and bridges ancient philosophical traditions with modern ethical issues. Recorded live at Ralston College in Savannah, GA in Nov…
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The U.S. Department of Education released the final rule on Title IX on April 29, 2024. These new regulations emphasize broader reporting standards and more mandatory reporters, which could lead to an increase in Title IX reporting. In this podcast, Sally Mason, president emerita of the University of Iowa and AGB Senior Consultant and Senior Fellow…
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This week on "Off the Cuff," Karen, Jill, and Hugh discuss the latest news surrounding Gainful Employment (GE) and Financial Value Transparency (FVT) regulations, as well as NASFAA's advocacy campaign to request that Congress take action to require the Department of Education (ED) to delay upcoming institutional reporting requirements. The team the…
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In this episode Garth interviews Paula Hylton from the Cannon School in Concord, North Carolina. Paula discusses her journey and experiences as a high school psychology teacher. She shares insights into the unique aspects of teaching at an independent school, her creative teaching methods, and activities such as the first-day memory icebreaker and …
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The College Debates and Discourse (CD&D) Alliance has launched more than 300 Braver Angels debates and workshops engaging at least 11,000 students at colleges and universities across the nation. At the center of the CD&D model is a highly collaborative approach that engages student and faculty leaders on each campus. In this episode of Higher Ed No…
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#161 – In this episode, I delve into the transformative power of Bloom's Taxonomy for essay writing. You'll discover how this powerful framework, developed by educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom, can help you deepen your understanding, better interpret essay questions, allocate your word count effectively, and self-assess your writing skills. I…
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Elmir is an eLearning Specialist at Catolica Lisbon Business School and a PhD Student at the University of Porto with five years of experience in higher education and corporate training and a proven track record of working with over 15 companies and universities. He creates gamified and action-oriented learning products that promote easy interactio…
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In this episode, Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer give their insights into the current presidential election developments before they discuss decisions Congress faces prior to heading out for vacations and campaign trails. They tackle the latest developments in appropriations funding, and the markup of two House Ways and Means Committee antisemitis…
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Welcome to our special three-part series on mental health disclosures in college applications. To kick things off, Ethan interviews Chris Loo, Director of College Counseling at The Stony Brook School, where Chris has been working to help students navigate mental health disclosures in their applications for years. In this episode, they explore: Whic…
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Despite leading 42% of new businesses in the U.S., women are 20 times more likely to be denied traditional business loans than men, with an even larger gap for women of color. Success for women entrepreneurs hinges on a supportive ecosystem, which Women's Business Centers foster by addressing funding disparities and resource limitations. Inspired b…
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#160 – In this episode, I dive into the biggest barrier to higher essay grades, exploring what truly holds you back from achieving the grades you desire. By listening, you'll uncover actionable insights to help you break through these barriers and enhance your essay writing skills. I address common challenges adult learners face, from not knowing w…
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Matthew ·Dr. Matt· Zakreski, PsyD is a high-energy, creative clinical psychologist and professional speaker who utilizes an eclectic approach to meet the specific needs of his neurodivergent clients. He is proud to serve the Gifted community as a consultant, a professor, an author, and a researcher. He has spoken hundreds of times all over the worl…
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Ralston College Humanities MA Dr. Stephen Wolfram is a renowned computer scientist, physicist, and entrepreneur who earned his PhD in particle physics at 20 and became the youngest MacArthur Fellow at 21. As the founder of Wolfram Research, he has developed groundbreaking technologies widely used by university researchers in engineering, physics, m…
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Marty and Eric share some of their tips for making digital videos for the classroom and as student assignments, including the variety of digital editing software used. Screencastpal Wevideo iMovie Movie Maker Powerpoint/Keynote to movie Adobe Premiere Pro Final Cut Pro Camtasia Filmora Davinci Resolve Movavi Lightworks ThePodTalk.net. TechSavvyProf…
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ACTA's president, Michael B. Poliakoff, and vice president of policy, Bradley Jackson, engage scholar, author and Professor Emeritus of Michigan State University, William B. Allen in candid conversation about his lifelong love of books and learning, the Founders, the philosophical thought leaders whose seminal works cut a path for the emergence of …
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In this episode Garth interviews June Gruber from the University of Colorado Boulder. They discuss various aspects of her research focus, which intersects clinical psychology and positive emotions. June shares insights into her Positive Emotion and Psychopathology (PEP) lab, where she explores how positive emotions manifest in psychological disorde…
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David Butterfield is a renowned classicist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge. His work centres on the critical study and teaching of classical texts. How did the Renaissance revival of Greek language study transform Western Europe's intellectual landscape and shape our modern understanding of the Classics? In this talk, delivered o…
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#159 – In this episode, I dive into a major stumbling block for many students: how to actually answer your essay question. I introduce my innovative Braid Method, designed to help you stay on track and avoid tangents that can cost you valuable marks Then, I break down common reasons why essays go off course and provide practical, actionable steps t…
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Stephen Blackwood is the founding President of Ralston College, with advanced degrees in Classics and Religion and visiting positions at Harvard, Toronto, and Cambridge. David Butterfield is a renowned classicist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge. His work centres on the critical study and teaching of classical texts. John Vervaeke…
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In this episode, Katharine Meyer of Brookings and ACE’s Heidi Tseu join Jon Fansmith to delve into the complex landscape of state higher education governance. They explore trends such as free college approaches, the surge of anti-DEI legislation, and the impact of the Supreme Court rulings on race in admissions. They also dissect the challenges and…
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Gregg Hurwitz, the New York Times bestselling author of the Orphan X series and a storyteller whose work spans many mediums and genres, in conversation with Stephen Blackwood, the founding president of Ralston College, and with students enrolled in the inaugural year of the College’s MA in the Humanities program. In this live event—recorded on [dat…
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In today's episode, Ethan connects with Angel Pérez (CEO of the National Association of College Admission Counselors) to discuss identity, his personal journey with self-care, and where he sees the college admission profession heading. On the episode, you’ll hear Angel and Ethan discuss: Angel’s brainstorming work for his own imagined college essay…
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It's the final episode of Research Comms! To mark this momentous moment, Peter takes a trip through six years of archives to explore a topic that has featured prominently throughout the series: Storytelling. With insights from past guests, including Dame Uta Frith, Kat Arney, Will Storr and Jessica Fox, the podcast unpacks why stories have such a h…
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Dr. Michael Hurley, Professor of Literature and Theology at Trinity College in the University of Cambridge, delivers a lecture to students in Ralston College’s inaugural Master’s in the Humanities program on the intertwining of language and thought in the work of three major Victorian authors: Walter Pater, John Henry Newman, and Gerard Manley Hopk…
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Mentioned in this episode: the principles of my radical self-trust taxonomy my blog post with the Q2 debrief see what I'm currently reading by connecting with me on Goodreads my YouTube channel where I talk about books and reading Learn more about my products and services: my 1:1 coaching practice my coach training program Prolific, my online commu…
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In this lecture, delivered on March 30, 2023, as part of the Drummond Lecture Series at Hillsdale College, Dr. Stephen Blackwood—the founding president of Ralston College—argues that we must first understand something’s nature before we can properly care for and cultivate it. This principle holds true for all living things—including plants and anim…
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Empowerment is the catalyst for change–sparking innovation, growth, and community transformation. Pasadena City College is excited to announce the Women's Business Center, a new initiative designed to foster innovation and provide tailored support to women entrepreneurs in the San Gabriel Valley. Host Salvatrice Cummo, Vice President of Economic an…
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Miami Dade College recently announced the launch of a new bachelor's degree in applied artificial intelligence — the first such degree in the state of Florida and one of the first in the country. At the heart of MDC's approach is the conviction that education in artificial intelligence is for everyone — people at all levels need understand how to a…
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In his lecture, Jonathan Pageau presents a thoughtful examination of the Last Judgment through the lens of a late-11th-century mosaic, challenging the traditional view of it as solely an end-time event. He suggests that this imagery symbolizes an ongoing process of identity formation, where every entity acts as a judge, continually evaluating its a…
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#158 – In this episode, I dive into the PEEL method, a powerful tool for crafting clear and persuasive essay paragraphs. Whether you're aiming for a first class essay or just looking to improve your writing skills, this episode will provide you with practical steps to enhance your essay structure. I'll explain how to make your points stand out, sup…
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Mentioned in this episode: Libby app Little Free Library app Everand Kindle Unlimited Audible Libro.fm Chirp Book Bub Freebooksy Book Outlet Learn more about my products and services: my 1:1 coaching practice my coach training program Prolific, my online community devoted to meaningful productivity the Blend by Design online course the SoTL by Desi…
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In this episode Garth interviews Carol Tavris, an independent scholar from Los Angeles, CA. Carol recounts her eclectic career, highlighting her transition from academia to writing. She discusses the importance of accurately communicating psychological science to the public, emphasizing empirical evidence while criticizing the tendency of some popu…
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#157 – In this episode of "Chloe Made Me Study," I am kicking off a six-part series on essay writing with a deep dive into the five essential requirements of a first class essay. I’ll break down the core elements that make an essay stand out, from constructing a logical argument to staying within the word count. Then, I’ll share the common problems…
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Juan Pablo Guzmán Fernández is co-founder of Infinite Thread Games, a company dedicated to the design and development of original and innovative video games. With over four years of experience in the sector, Juan has worked both as a producer and programmer. Additionally, Juan Pablo has been a high school teacher for over ten years, teaching subjec…
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In the culminating fifth lecture of the Sophia Lecture series, Professor Douglas Hedley culminates his exploration by delving into play's theological dimension, engaging with Marsilio Ficino, Desiderius Erasmus, and Plotinus to dissect 'serious play', a pivotal concept in Renaissance thought. Throughout the lecture series, Hedley has traversed play…
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In the fourth Sophia Lecture, Professor Douglas Hedley explores the transformative power of play in art and human consciousness, examining its philosophical significance across various cultures and traditions. Hedley highlights play's role in fostering aesthetic appreciation and creativity, embarking on a historical and philosophical journey from a…
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In Episode 19 of Season 12, Maria Antonia Perez shares her inspiring story of leveraging art for social impact. From her beginnings as a graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, to her role as a global peace-building advocate, Maria's journey highlights how creativity can transform communities. Why Take a Listen: Art's Impact in Conflict Zones: - Un…
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This week on a special episode of "Off The Cuff," Justin, Karen, and Allie are joined by former OTC podcast hosts, Stephen Payne, executive director of external relations at Muhlenberg College, and Megan Coval, interim president of Butler County Community College. Karen kicks off the episode by debriefing listeners on several NASFAA letters. The fi…
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