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DiscountEDU

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Welcome to DiscountEDU, a podcast where Dallas Thurman, Jezel Martinez, Valentina Parra, and Aryn Honaker talk about their experiences as first-generation low-income students (FGLI) at Northwestern.
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God is writing a great big story and you have a standing invitation to be a part of it. Every week, host Meridith Foster sits down with a guest to share their chapter in God’s Unfolding story.
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AmericAZN Girl

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Welcome to AmericAZN Girl, a North by Northwestern podcast hosted by Judy Zeng and Rachel Yoon. Growing up, American Girl dolls were popular throughout mainstream culture but mainly represented white American girls. Now, we are sharing our side of growing up as Asian American girls and our current experiences as young Asian American women. Join us as we girl-chat about the intersection of our Asian identities and girlhoods!
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Breakthroughs

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Breakthroughs is a podcast about groundbreaking research and the scientists leading these discoveries at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
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A unique take on Northwestern Athletics with thoughts ranging from the visceral to the statistical. Sam, John and Erik will break down NU football, recruiting, basketball and more.
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Science in Translation

Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute

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Science in Translation is a podcast from the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute. On this show, you’ll hear from NUCATS scientists who are dedicated to accelerating how fast they can move a transformational finding in a lab into a treatment, cure, or solution that will improve human health. You will also discover tools and resources available through NUCATS to catalyze, accelerate, and transform translational science. Funded by the NIH’s National Ce ...
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Mental Health with Dr. Melissa Mork

Dr. Melissa Mork - Northwestern Media

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”Mental Health with Dr. Melissa Mork” is a podcast that tells stories of mental illness, resilience, and faith. In each episode, I interview a guest and ask five questions: “What were your symptoms?” “How did you cope?” “What was the diagnosis?” “What treatments helped or didn’t help?” and “How did this experience impact your faith?” The goal of this podcast is to reduce the stigma of mental illness (especially within the church) by having conversations that normalize the experience. My hope ...
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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

Professor Joseph Schofer, Thomas Herman, and Marion Sours

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The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
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The #1 sales podcast in the world, fueled by hyper-actionable sales tactics from the top 1% sellers at companies like Salesforce, Gong, Outreach, Slack, LinkedIn, Keller Williams, Northwestern Mutual. 30 Minutes to President's Club cuts all the BS, fluffy mindset stories, and sales academia to give you the most actionable sales tactics that get you to President's Club. Every episode is a supercharged 30 minutes where you'll hear step-by-step breakdowns in every key dimension of sales, includ ...
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Locked On Big 10 podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for one of the deepest, most prestigious conferences in the country. Hosted by Craig Shemon, the Locked On Big 10 podcast provides your daily Big Ten fix with expert opinions, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage from all around the Big 10 and it’s communities. From the powerhouse programs like Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State to the ...
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Locked On Northwestern is hosted by Carter Byrd. Carter is a sports journalist with a pair of journalism degrees from Auburn University and Northwestern University and specializes in sports radio and podcasting. Carter has been around and covered college sports for years, and while finishing his master's degree in sports media at Northwestern, he began following Northwestern Athletics closely and has continued to do so after graduating. Locked on Northwestern is a daily audio/video podcast t ...
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Hot flashes, vaginal dryness, leaky bladders, weight gain, hair loss, inability to orgasm? Nothing is off limits in these fact filled, solution-driven and often surprisingly funny podcasts that address the specific symptoms women face as they navigate perimenopause and post-menopause. Each segment is like having an in-depth consultation with Dr. Lauren Streicher, a nationally recognized menopause expert and the Medical Director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Meno ...
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Northwestern Mutual has been helping people and businesses achieve financial security for more than 160 years. Through a holistic planning approach, Northwestern Mutual combines the expertise of its financial professionals with a personalized digital experience and industry-leading products to help its clients plan for what's most important. Learn more at: https://www.northwesternmutual.com/life-and-money/
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Awareness 2 Action

Northwestern Community Services Board Prevention Department

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A podcast focused on promoting wellness in the Shenandoah Valley through conversation, connection, and action. Join us for thoughtful discussions with individuals making a difference in our community.
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GeneMods

GeneMods

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Official podcast of GeneMods, the Northwestern University Synthetic Biology Society. News, interviews and discussions about the bioengineering revolution!
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Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern

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Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University is dedicated to serving the gifted community and ensuring that gifted students receive the education, encouragement and support they need to learn and grow into confident and accomplished adults whose love for learning grows stronger each year. CTD provides research-based assessment, advanced programs and resources to enhance a child’s schooling.
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Welcome to So You Want to Transform Healthcare, a podcast series created by Health2047 Inc., the innovation subsidiary of the American Medical Association. At Health2047, our mission is to find, found and scale innovative startups that transform healthcare at the system level before the AMA’s 200th anniversary in 2047. Innovating with intention is our business. In this podcast series, our Managing Director of Medical Affairs, Dr. M. Christine Stock—Professor Emerita from Northwestern’s Feinb ...
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Innovators. Trail Blazers. Boundary Breakers. These are the people you will meet on the Breaking Boundaries podcast. This podcast series from Northwestern University's Roberta Buffett Institute for Global Affairs, illuminates how leaders and experts across sectors, national borders and cultural identities are joining forces to tackle our greatest global challenges and achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
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One Inch Past Scary

One Inch Past Scary

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Welcome to One Inch Past Scary! I’m Kirsty, mom of five kids aged 12-24, jack of many trades and currently a graduate student of Clinical mental health Counselling at Northwestern University. I’ve battled complex PTSD and I’m proudly ADHD. I’m constantly reminded that all the good stuff happens when we push just one inch past the scary. I’m here to help you feel seen, to remind you that you are in fact genuinely awesome and to normalise the messiness of healing and life itself. The more I le ...
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Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs

Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs

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Listen in to all of the events hosted by Northwestern University's Buffett Institute for Global Affairs. We believe that relationships – among individuals and institutions, globally and locally – can fuel knowledge and develop solutions to global challenges. The views and opinions expressed within our podcast episodes are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs.
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One Book, One Northwestern: The Podcast

One Book, One Northwestern: The Podcast

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This year, Northwestern students will read Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson as a part of the One Book One program. In the book, Stevenson chronicles his early work as a criminal defense lawyer in Alabama. He worked to advocate for those mistreated by the judicial system, including for Walter McMillian, an innocent man on death row. The book is just the starting point. Listen along as we explore national and local issues and themes connected to Just Mercy and the criminal justice system. Support ...
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The Healing Catalyst

Dr. Avanti Kumar Singh

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Taking charge of our health is a big responsibility—one that most of us aren’t sure how to navigate. We need a catalyst to spark inner transformation and help us take control of our health. We need a Healing Catalyst. Enter Dr. Avanti Kumar-Singh. Throughout her 20 years of practicing Western medicine, Dr. Kumar-Singh has also studied traditional, ancient healing practices of the East, with a focus on Ayurveda, which she now teaches to students and holistic practitioners across the world. In ...
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Jesse Marks, Deputy Director of Athletics & Assistant Vice President (Development), Northwestern University, joins John Williams and WGN Radio Sports Director Dave Eanet to talk about the temporary field the university is building for the Northwestern football team while Ryan Field is being rebuilt. Jesse and Dave are really excited to watch the te…
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Can capitalism be made ecologically sustainable? Can it be good for women? What theoretical approaches help us to grapple with these questions in ways that offer us strategies for how to proceed? Have we already become lost in some sort of gender essentialism to ask these questions together? In Feminism, Capitalism, and Ecology (Northwestern Univer…
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The Violence of Recognition: Adivasi Indigeneity and Anti-Dalitness in India (U Pennsylvania Press, 2023) offers an unprecedented firsthand account of the operations of Hindu nationalists and their role in sparking the largest incident of anti-Christian violence in India’s history. Through vivid ethnographic storytelling, Pinky Hota explores the ro…
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Marxism and psychoanalysis have a rich and complicated relationship to one another, with countless figures and books written on the possible intersection of the two. Our guest today, Adrian Johnston, returns to NBN to discuss his own latest entry into the genre, Infinite Greed: The Inhuman Selfishness of Capital (Columbia UP, 2024). While the book …
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City of Chicago Inspector General Deborah Witzburg rejoins Rich and Tina to provide insight on how Chicago plans to prepare for the Democratic National Convention. Fix the Court Executive Director Gabe Roth discusses gifts accepted by Supreme Court justices. American University Washington College of Law Professor Stephen Wermiel discusses recent Su…
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Introducing Insight Unpacked, Season 2: American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives If you lived in the nineteenth century, and you got sick, it was bad news. Simple urinary tract infections were deadly. Appendicitis killed you. And Syphilis might leave you without a nose. Thanks to modern medicine, this is pretty unimaginable today. A…
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Content warning: This episode includes discussion of pornography, suicide, and the adult film industry. For as long as he could remember, Joshua Broome had wrestled with a feeling of emptiness. His quest for affirmation led him to excel in school, sports, modeling and acting. Every achievement was an attempt to fill the void. When a representative …
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Here's and update on our reflections from Q2 and what we have planned for July-September 2024 on 30 Minutes To Presidents Club. ❏ Cold Calling Sucks (And That's Why It Works) ❏ ➥ Get your Cold Call Care Package: https://30mpc.com/coldcall ➥ Sign up for the preorder release event on objections: https://tactics.30mpc.com/how-to-handle-any-objection-o…
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How have women resisted sexism in TV? In Producing Feminism: Television Work in the Age of Women’s Liberation (U California Press, 2024), Jennifer S. Clark, an Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University, explores the people, organisations, TV shows and audiences who all shaped women in and on television during the …
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We will explore the top 4 most vital Big Ten football hires heading into the 2024 college football season. They are all coordinators. Sure, head coaches, quarterbacks, transfer portal kids and recruits are all a big deal. But offensive and defensive coordinators are the hands-on guys that make everything go on Saturdays. TOP 4 Our list includes Ohi…
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While many live-action films portray disability as a spectacle, "crip animation" (a genre of animated films that celebrates disabled people's lived experiences) uses a variety of techniques like clay animation, puppets, pixilation, and computer-generated animation to represent the inner worlds of people with disabilities. Crip animation has the pot…
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FOUR ACTIONABLE TAKEAWAYS: Review call recordings to gain insights into why deals are being lost, refining approaches based on observed best practices. Implement a weekly automated report that evaluates closed lost deals, identify recurring themes or challenges, which can then be addressed in trainings with the team. Customize training programs bas…
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Can capitalism be made ecologically sustainable? Can it be good for women? What theoretical approaches help us to grapple with these questions in ways that offer us strategies for how to proceed? Have we already become lost in some sort of gender essentialism to ask these questions together? In Feminism, Capitalism, and Ecology (Northwestern Univer…
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Michigan football coordinator Kirk Campbell says the Wolverines offense will be explosive in 2024. The college football hype machine is underway. We have used a lot of impressive words to describe Michigan football recently. But "explosive" is not one of them. They like more of a dominating ground and pound approach to winning football games. So wh…
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There continues to be great confusion regarding the impact of hormone therapy on the breast. And despite the known benefits of hormone therapy, and reassuring data regarding the impact of hormone therapy on breast cancer, most clinicians are still reluctant to prescribe it, and most women are reluctant to take it. Even more so if a woman is high ri…
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Luke Fickell and the Wisconsin Badgers have big plans for the 2024 college football season and for the second straight year he will rely on a transfer portal quarterback. Last year it was Tanner Mordecai and this year it will be Tyler Van Dyke from the Miami Hurricanes. RECRUIT A QUARTERBACK PLEASE! What about recruiting a quarterback suited for Fi…
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In a pathbreaking retelling of the American experience, Aziz Rana shows that today’s reverential constitutional culture is a distinctively twentieth-century phenomenon. Rana connects this widespread idolization to another relatively recent development: the rise of US global dominance. Ultimately, such veneration has had far-reaching consequences: d…
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Kelly welcomes back fan-favorite Kim Scott to the podcast to discuss how she decided to reframe and significantly rewrite her book "Just Work" to turn it into "Radical Respect." https://serve.castfire.com/audio/5139854/Kim_Scott_2024-06-18-025154.64kmono.mp3 “Collaboration is essential to any great human accomplishment.” “Words matter. You are not …
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In this episode, Dr. Avanti is joined by the co-founder and CEO of Whole30, Melissa Urban, to discuss the origins and evolution of the Whole30 program, emphasizing its focus on habit and behavior change rather than weight loss. Melissa shares insights into the program's growth, the importance of community support, and how Whole30 has adapted over t…
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It felt like God's providence when the perfect studio opened up for Nicole Richards. But after 22 years of what felt like divine encounters and God's provision, there was a major shift and prompting from God to close up shop, quit makeup altogether, and trust God for the next chapter. Immediately after this, COVID lockdowns were worldwide and espec…
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The time has come for Notre Dame to join the Big Ten and step in line with the rest of college football. Stop pretending there is something special about remaining a college football Independent. The Notre Dame NBC TV deal pales in comparison to what other Big Ten football schools are getting and the fact that both Notre Dame and Big Ten football h…
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FOUR ACTIONABLE SALES TAKEAWAYS When looking for intel on an account, consider reaching out to ex-employees for insider info Record simple videos, dont be corny, send them natively on LinkedIn Don't over-do personalization, weigh the cost/benefit of putting in extra work into your outreach All personas exist on LinkedIn, don't write it off as a pro…
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Cosmopolitan Elites: Indian Diplomats and the Social Hierarchies of Global Order (Oxford University Press, 2023) by Dr. Kira Huju narrates the birth, everyday life, and fracturing of a Western-dominated global order from its margins. It offers a critical sociological examination of the elite Indian Foreign Service and its members, many of whom were…
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FOUR ACTIONABLE TAKEAWAYS Have a prep call with your champion before the demo. Identify who is in the room, what they want to get out of the call, and how past demos have gone. Connect what you’re selling to something that hits the P&L. Get one deep business impact, and tell one story that shows people that you can solve their problem. Get your pro…
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People before Markets:: An Alternative Casebook (Cambridge UP, 2022) presents twenty comparative case studies of important global questions, such as 'Where should our food come from?' 'What should we do about climate change?' and 'Where should innovation come from?' A variety of solutions are proposed and compared, including market-based, economic,…
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Virtue Capitalists: The Rise and Fall of the Professional Class in the Anglophone World, 1870–2008 (Cambridge UP, 2023) explores the rise of the professional middle class across the Anglophone world from c. 1870 to 2008. With a focus on British settler colonies - Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States - Hannah Forsyth argues that the …
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The unintended consequences of youth empowerment programs for Latino boys Educational research has long documented the politics of punishment for boys and young men of color in schools—but what about the politics of empowerment and inclusion? In Good Boys, Bad Hombres: The Racial Politics of Mentoring Latino Boys in Schools (U Minnesota Press, 2024…
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Pivoting from studies that emphasize the dominance of progressivism on American college campuses during the late sixties and early seventies, Lauren Lassabe Shepherd positions conservative critiques of, and agendas in, American colleges and universities as an essential dimension of a broader conversation of conservative backlash against liberal edu…
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How do unequal societies function? In Holding It Together: How Women Became America's Safety Net (Portfolio, 2024), Jesscia Calarco, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, examines how America’s DIY society depends on the labour of mothers and excludes the sorts of social supports present in other countries. Thi…
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In 1 John 3:1 it says, “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!” God is our Father. Sometimes that can be challenging to comprehend. It’s easier to grasp when you’ve had a good relationship with your earthly dad. It can be more complicated if your relationship is unhealth…
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Dr. Lydia Walker's deeply researched and carefully narrated debut monograph, States-in-Waiting: A Counter Narrative of Global Decolonization (Cambridge University Press, 2024) traces “the un-endings of decolonization” – the messy and improvised ways in which the 20th-century state-centric international order replaced empire as the default mode of p…
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History says the Oregon Ducks football team has the best chance out of every Big Ten team to win the college football national championship. What about Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, or USC just to name a few? Well, according to history from the last ten college football national champions those schools are lacking some important metrics. But no…
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Henry George’s Progress and Poverty was one of the best-selling books of the 19th century, and his ideas were taken up by by powerful figures as diverse as Sun Yat-sen, Leo Tolstoy, and Theodor Herzl. Yet, in the 21st century, George is often reduced to a footnote in the history of the Gilded Age. In Land and Liberty: Henry George and the Crafting …
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The Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback room is the deepest in the Big Ten and possibly college football. So what is going on? 5 star freshman QB Air Noland reportedly left the program briefly. Or just left campus. Did the Buckeye's QB room get too crowded? Did he consider transferring elsewhere? Was he homesick? What ever the reason for his departure …
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In this episode, we speak to Nivedita Menon about her new book, Secularism as Misdirection: Critical Thought from the Global South (Duke University Press, 2024; Permanent Black, 2023). Secularism as Misdirection is an ambitious and wide-ranging work, unravelling a term that is perhaps as contentious as it is ubiquitous in discourses of the Global S…
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FOUR ACTIONABLE LEADERSHIP TAKEAWAYS When you do a training introduce a topic then run 3 meetings to go deep on that topic, A.K.A. "The 1/3" Consider running team training on Fridays to give reps the weekend to digest and when there are fewer distractions The mantras of the Monday morning meeting, if it's the beginning of the month you're talking a…
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Men have always had the obvious advantage of inspecting their genitalia with essentially no effort on their part. For women, it’s a little more challenging. Combine that with the recommendation that there is no need for women to have a gynecologic exam as they get older, most doctors are also not looking. Today I am joined by Dr.Jill Krapf, a gynec…
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Will the 2024 Michigan football team be better than the 2023 team that went undefeated and won the college football national championship? Without Jim Harbaugh? Without JJ McCarthy? Maybe. There seems to be a lot of excitement in Ann Arbor these days. MICHIGAN FOOTBALL BETTER? Michigan football coach Sherrone Moore is bullish on this year's Wolveri…
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Kelly sits down with philosophy professor Christopher Wong Michaelson and management professor Jennifer Tosti-Kharas to talk about their fantastic new book, "Is Your Work Worth It? How to Think About Meaningful Work." https://serve.castfire.com/audio/5088264/Christopher_Wong_Michaelson_Jennifer_Tosti-Kharas_2024-06-11-132004.64kmono.mp3 “Sometimes …
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Today, Dr. Tanmeet Sethi joins Dr. Avanti on another Ignite episode. They discuss the concept of transitions, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and navigating these liminal spaces in our lives and how they affect our health. They explore how transitions are marked by changes in seasons, life stages, and personal experiences, drawing from Ay…
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