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Podcast about academia, culture, and social justice across the STEM/humanities divide. Dr. Liz Wayne and Dr. Christine "Xine" Yao are two women of color Ivy League PhDs navigating higher education. Biomedical engineer meets literary critic. Both fans of lipstick.
 
This podcast shows two friends/sisters who are different but so much alike!! This is insight into who we are , what we think and how we are living as black women, one married with no kids (YET!) and one with kids and not married (YET!) We live, we love, we laugh...LOUDLY!!!
 
Good News Church adheres to historical Christianity and agrees with ancient confessions such as the Apostle's Creed. We believe that the Bible is primarily about the "good news" that even though we are sinners, Jesus Christ came to live the perfect life that we could never live, and then die the death that we all deserve, so that by believing in his life, death, and resurrection we could be in a right relationship with God. That also explains why we chose the name.
 
Moraine Valley Community College Library, Palos Hills, Illinois, USA. The Library PodCast includes audio from cultural events and interviews with faculty and scholars. This podcast is intended to enhance the larger Moraine Valley curriculum. The views expressed by guest speakers or audience members are their own and are not necessarily the official views of the Moraine Valley Community College board of trustees, staff, faculty, or administration.
 
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A podcast showcasing student analysis of topics in Advanced Placement Literature and Composition.
 
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Part 3 of the series, "Getting Down to Work." 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15. In this sermon we will see how the Apostle Paul handled people who refused to work.
 
Part 2 of the series, "Getting Down to Work." Ephesians 6:5-9 and others. In this sermon, we learn that work matters to God, work can and should be an act of worship, and we are not saved by works, but we were made for them.
 
Part 1 of the series, "Getting Down to Work." Genesis 1:26-2:15. In this sermon, we will see what God's intention was for work in His good, sinless, original world.
 
This passage helps us to remember that our God in the person of Jesus Christ is not just the Jesus of Christmas who WAS; but also the Jesus of Christmas who IS!
 
Part 3 of the series, "Back to Bethlehem." This was the Christmas Eve sermon for 2018.
 
Part 2 of the series, "Back to Bethlehem." In this sermon, we learn about David and his connection to Christmas/Jesus.
 
It's application season! PhDivas Dr. Liz Wayne and Dr. Xine Yao share strategies for applying to graduate school in the humanities and STEM -- and how to make an informed decision about whether to apply at all. A how-to advice episode that reveals disciplinary differences amidst the shared stresses of the application process.…
 
Part 1 of the series, "Back to Bethlehem." In this sermon, we learn an overview of the book of Ruth and its connection to Christmas/Jesus.
 
In this stand-alone sermon, we learn about the Christmas story from the point-of-view of Mary. Also included is a teaching on how our present sufferings aren't worth being compared to the glory of the full salvation that comes to us in eternity.
 
The preamble of the Illinois state constitution talks about the maintenance of the health, safety and welfare of its citizens through a representative and orderly government. What grade does the State of Illinois get?
 
Part 13 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 5:1-20. In this sermon, we learn about a time when Jesus cast out some demons in the region of a Gerasenes.
 
Why are the PhDivas interested in tarot cards and the art of divination? PhDivas Liz and Xine separately delved into tarot: this is their first full conversation about their practices of self-care. The classic Western deck has been reimagined by disenfranchised peoples. Xine draws from her research about the importance of QTPOC tarot, especiall ...…
 
The US Palestinian Community Network as shares reports from their all Palestinian and Arab delegation to Palestine this summer.
 
Part 12 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 4:35-41. While it is true that Jesus is the one who calms the storms; the message of this passage is what will our response be during storms. Will we show faith in the midst of fear, or allow our fear to
 
Part 11 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 4:21-34. In this sermon, we learn more parables that Jesus told.
 
Professor of History, Political Science and Sociology Merri Fefles and Political Science Professor Deron Schreck will analyze the 2018 Election and discuss the implications of the election results.
 
Part 10 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 4:1-20. In this sermon, we learn the Parable of the Sower.
 
Dr. Low will examine the ways some Pokagon Potawatomi tribal members have maintained a distinct Native identity in Chicago, their rejection of assimilation and their desire for inclusion without forfeiting their Indianness.
 
Rose Deneen shares her journey starting with the single chocolate truffle that changed her life.
 
Sumeet shares his experience about embracing his Sikh identity and his unique perspective on life.
 
In this talk, Amanda will discuss her struggle to feel normal, including coming to terms with the symptoms of the autoimmune disease Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, her breaking point, and how she's feeling today.
 
Learn about the engineering involved in building large X-ray microscopes at Argonne National Laboratory.
 
Part 9 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 3:31-35. In this sermon, we learn about who Jesus considered to be his mother, and brother, and sisters.
 
Part 8 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 3:20-30. In this sermon, we learn about what Jesus said when the scribes accused him of being demon-possessed.
 
Poetry can be for everyone! PhDiva Xine interviews 2017 Green College Writer-in-Residence Anne Simpson about dying well, pedagogy, and publishing -- and lifting heavy weights as a feminist act. Winner of prestigious Canadian literature awards like the Griffin, Anne has published poetry, novels, and essays. Featuring brief segments with Tiara Ke ...…
 
Dr. Jin Ho Jo is Associate Professor of Technology at Illinois State University, teaching in the Renewable Energy program.
 
aria Chan, a scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, will explain the state of the art of materials discovery and improvement.
 
In this passage we are reminded that Jesus loves us enough to give us a job and give us himself. Yes, Jesus is concerned about productivity; but he is also concerned about being in relationship with us.
 
Dutch faculty members who are part of the CCID exchange partners discuss Dutch society and working in Dutch higher education.
 
Part 6 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 2:18-3:6. In this sermon, we learn about how Jesus dealt with objections.
 
Joined by Psychology Professor Dr. Amy Williamson and Sociology Professor Dr. Jeffrey McCully we will consider the social contract.
 
Faculty members discuss the history of Illinois to commemorate the Illinois bicentennial and sponsored by the Democracy Commitment.
 
Part 5 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 2:13-17. In this sermon, we learn about a time when Jesus ate with sinners.
 
Part 4 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 1:21-2:12. In this sermon, we learn several stories where we learn about Jesus' authority, as well as the fact that he wanted some things to be kept a secret.
 
Faculty members will explore the significance of the award winning comic Ms. Marvel, which is the 2018-2019 One Book selection.
 
Writer and illustrator of the Gabby Garcia's Ultimate Playbook series, talk about writing middle-grade novels with a graphic component.
 
Moraine Valley is honored to host State Senator Bill Cunningham. Cunningham represents several communities in the Moraine Valley District.
 
Part 3 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." Mark 1:16-20. Following Jesus means there will be things you leave behind.
 
Part 2 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." The gospel is a plan orchestrated by God himself. We are responsible to repent and believe.
 
How can we address global inequalities in this era of climate change? What disciplines, methods can we use – and how can we do this research ethically, collaboratively? UBC Forestry PhD student Saori Ogura is working with Indigenous peoples in Zimbabwe and the Himalayas to support their knowledges about traditional nutritious crops as a counter ...…
 
Scientist Kaylan Mutyala from Argonne National Laboratory discusses tribology which studies surfaces, friction, wear and lubrication.
 
Part 1 of the series, "The Gospel of Mark." This is an introduction to the book of Mark.
 
Amirah Sackett is an internationally recognized hip-hop dancer, choreographer, teacher, and activist. MVCCPOV caught up with Amirah on March 21, 2018 after delivering a hip-hop dance workshop during the Mosaics Grant’s Artist Residency Week.
 
Aja Black is one half of the husband/wife performing group The Reminders. Aja is also an accomplished writer and creative writing instructor. On March 20, 2018 after delivering a writing workshop during the Mosaics Grant’s Artist Residency Week, Aja provides dynamic insights on the topic of creativity. This episode also includes music from The ...…
 
Tommy Hensel is the Managing Director of Moraine Valley Community College’s (MVCC) Fine and Performing Arts Center. Tommy also provides leadership for MVCC’s Mosaics: Muslim Voices in America two-year research initiative. In this episode Tommy discusses the Mosaic’s (March) 2018 Artist Residency Week as well as the bigger vision of the project. ...…
 
The Arab Student Union (ASU) talks to us about their 5th annual scholarship event. As the ASU sets-up for their evening festivities, we interview current students and alumni to ask them about the history behind the scholarship and how the ASU has evolved over the years.
 
The Arab Student Union (ASU) talks to us about their 5th annual scholarship event. As the ASU sets-up for their evening festivities, we interview current students and alumni to ask them about the history behind the scholarship and how the ASU has evolved over the years.
 
The Arab Student Union (ASU) talks to us about their 5th annual scholarship event. As the ASU sets-up for their evening festivities, we interview current students and alumni to ask them about the history behind the scholarship and how the ASU has evolved over the years.
 
MVCC’s Arab Student Union (ASU) allowed MVCCPOV to listen in and record a self-directed discussion of their Arab and Muslim experiences. The ASU took on topics ranging from Arab stigmas, stereotypes, and gender roles to religion versus culture to the differences between Arab identity in the US and in the Middle East.…
 
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