Best Scholarship podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Confused about the road to college? Don’t know where to begin your college search? The College Checklist podcast is your source for great information on the college admissions journey. Hosted by SAT & ACT expert and entrepreneur Lauren Gaggioli, the College Checklist features interviews from college counselors, admission officers and other professionals who can help you get into college, pay for school with scholarships, and succeed once you’re there. This podcast also features test prep tip ...
 
Confused about the road to college? Don’t know where to begin your college search? The College Checklist podcast is your source for great information on the college admissions journey. Hosted by SAT & ACT expert and entrepreneur Lauren Gaggioli, the College Checklist features interviews from college counselors, admission officers and other professionals who can help you get into college, pay for school with scholarships, and succeed once you’re there. This podcast also features test prep tip ...
 
Stressed about applying to college? Looking for tips that will give you an edge when your test scores and GPA aren't enough to set you apart? On College Admissions Toolbox, Steve Schwartz interviews experts about everything college admissions – together, they share stories, insights, and tips about college essays, test prep, scholarships, anything that can give you the edge you need to get into the colleges of your dreams. This show is for you if you’re a high school student looking to craft ...
 
If you are the parent of a college bound high school student then this podcast is for you. Our goal is to give you the information you need to SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY, and reduce stress in the college process. We will cover all aspects of planning and paying for college including things like: What to do if you do not qualify for financial aid, student loans, FAFSA and CSS profile, merit aid, scholarships, college tax breaks, visits, ACT and SAT, college fairs, the application process, and good ...
 
This is the archival and distribution page for the "Law Talk" podcast. For more information, go to www.concurringopinions.com and click on "law talk" under the categories heading on the left side of the page.
 
Dancing and Wrestling with Scholarship
 
Sharing insight and tips to help high school students be competitive in the college application and scholarship process. The podcast episodes will cover material in the Pre-College To Do List book on amazon.com which is a step by step guide on college admissions, applications, scholarship strategies, how to develop a compelling essay, how to create a competitive student resume/ profile, the importance of letters of recommendation, community service and more!
 
Interviews with Authors about their New Books
 
Hello and welcome to the Mentors 4 Teens College, Scholarship, & Career Guidance podcast. A podcast designed for students, and their parents, who are challenging the modern definition of what it means to be a student. We don’t believe in standardization, being average, or following the status quo! We are the free thinkers, continuous learners, and change-makers of tomorrow. We define your own destiny, create our own luck, and change the world! In this podcast, you will learn the latest and b ...
 
Let a college admission expert (Mark) and a mom who's been through the process (Anika) guide you through the college admission process. Learn key strategies and hear true stories on topics ranging from how to pay for college, building the right college list, getting accepted, and even choosing the right career. Each week, we'll dedicate a segment to questions from our audience, and we’ll frequently share the best free resources to help in the college process. Listen and learn from some of th ...
 
This podcast explores history, mysteries, the sacred, material objects and pop culture.
 
Podcast by Scholarship Developers
 
Take a journey into contemporary science fiction with our interviews of today's bestselling and award-winning authors. In recent episodes, we've discussed the science behind The Martian with Andy Weir, reincarnation with Claire North (The First Fifteen Live of Harry August), classic short fiction with the legendary Robert Silverberg, nanotechnology with PJ Manney ((R)evolution), what keeps people motivated when the world is coming to an end with Ben H. Winters (The Last Policeman), the chall ...
 
Exploring Humanities - The Ertegun Scholarship Programme
 
Exploring Humanities - The Ertegun Scholarship Programme
 
4-H Scholarship Sample Interviews
 
The Notre Dame Institute for Ethics & Society is thrilled to be partnering with Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to assist in delivering a new series of SCHOLARSHIP AT THE CATHEDRAL events.These events will be of particular interest to current university students or anyone considering options for future tertiary study.The first event focused on "Life & Faith in the Academy" and was held at St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney on Thursday 29 June. Bishop Richard Umbers presented a talk, and a panel of cur ...
 
Interviews with Scholars of Intellectual History about their New Books
 
Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Germany about their New Books
 
Interviews with Scholars of Critical Theory about their New Books
 
Interviews with Scholars of Science, Technology, and Society about their New Books
 
This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. Recruit-Me CEO and athletic scholarship coach Jon Fugler is your host. You'll hear practical insights that you can apply from Jon and other recruiting experts, college coaches, NCAA officials and college planners.
 
Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
What was Old is New Again - A Meeting of Art and Scholarship
 
To mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of The University of Notre Dame Australia, the Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society has organised a program of talks and reflections featuring some of the nation's most outstanding Catholic scholars, theologists and philosophers. Called Scholarship at the Cathedral, the series of talks and reflections will be held in the Crypt at St Mary's Cathedral from 6.30 pm until 7.15 pm each Friday throughout Lent until 14 April 2014. All are welcome to atte ...
 
Two guys with PhDs talking about comics! The Comics Alternative is a multi-programmed podcast focusing on the world of alternative, independent, and primarily non-superhero comics. (There's nothing wrong with superhero comics. We just want to do something different.) New review episodes become available every Wednesday and include discussions of graphic novels and current ongoing series, overviews of upcoming comics, examinations of collected editions, insightful analyses of a variety of cri ...
 
Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
Interviews with Scholars of America about their New Books
 
Mormon scholarship for everyone
 
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Excited Utterance
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Excited Utterance is a legal podcast that interviews authors of new or forthcoming legal scholarship in the areas of evidence and proof.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Genocide about their New Books
 
You've Got This is a weekly podcast for faculty and higher education professionals looking to increase their confidence and capacity for juggling the day-to-day demands of an academic life.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Asian America about their New Books
 
NYMGamer’s podcast hosts and guests past and present include scholars, writers, and professionals from a variety of industries, but the focus is always the same: unpacking games from a feminist perspective, and having a good time while we’re at it.
 
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OnScript
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Conversations on Current Biblical Scholarship
 
The source for college financial aid strategies. Tips on how to find and apply for scholarships and how to avoid student loan debt.
 
Scholarship by other means
 
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Thoughts and Feels
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"Thoughts and Feels" is the podcast that brings academic scholarship to bear on popular culture and everyday experience. In each episode I sit down with a scholar to talk about what interests them in order to discover its connections to the world around us.
 
Home of the SIP (STEM/STEAM Information Pods) our 10-15 Daily Minute Podcast. STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art/Design and Math) are the global language and AGILE is the implementation method for radical change by innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and change agents! Take Ten to Fifteen Minutes Everyday to Better Understand the Digital Language that will unlock the mysteries of Science, Technology, Engineer and Math which rule the World We Live In.We must STAY WOKE ...
 
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Digital Campus
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A discussion of how digital media and technology are affecting learning, teaching, and scholarship at colleges, universities, libraries, and museums.
 
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Libertarian Papers
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An Online Journal for Libertarian Scholarship
 
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing students and faculty discuss their experiences, travels, scholarship, research, initiatives, and more.
 
The Barnard Center for Research on Women hosts a programming series that explores a wide range of feminist and social justice issues like women's rights, gender and sexuality, democracy and voting, immigration and economics. Featured speakers include Angela Davis, Estelle Freedman, Lani Guinier, Josephine Ho, Naomi Klein and Dean Spade. Fusing scholarship with activism, highlights from these events are now available as podcasts.
 
Asking the hard questions.
 
Provocative college admissions and motivational insight that helps parents and schools create two- and four-year college graduates with minimal debt.
 
Dare to Use the F-Word tells the stories of today's feminists through the art, the ideas, the community, and the activism that define them. These monthly podcasts, co-produced by the Barnard Center for Research on Women and Barnard College Communications, will bring you interviews, conversations, and voices making change to create a more just world. And there's no better place to do this than at Barnard. For nearly 125 years, this College, in the vibrant City of New York, with the first cent ...
 
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Course Report
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We talk about everything to do with coding bootcamps and technology education, including gender parity, scholarships, and the latest industry news.
 
The Society for Research into Higher Education is a UK-based international learned society concerned to advance understanding of higher education, especially through the insights, perspectives and knowledge offered by systematic research and scholarship. The Society aims to be the leading international society in the field, as to both the support and the dissemination of research.
 
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Several recent guests on New Books in Political Science have talked about the path to political polarization in the US, including Lilliana Mason, Dan and Dave Hopkins, and Sam Rosenfeld. The deep divides between the parties have an obvious geographic dimension, but what is the cause? What has allowed people...…
 
Several recent guests on New Books in Political Science have talked about the path to political polarization in the US, including Lilliana Mason, Dan and Dave Hopkins, and Sam Rosenfeld. The deep divides between the parties have an obvious geographic dimension, but what is the cause? What has allowed people...…
 
Jamie Stern-Weiner’s new edited volume, Moment of Truth: Tackling Israel-Palestine’s Toughest Questions (OR Books, 2018) seeks to clarify what it would take to resolve the Israel-Palestine conflict, to assess the prospects of doing so, and to illuminate the future possibilities for the region.
 
Sam J. Miller loves cities. He lives in one, has a day job dedicated to making urban life more humane and fair, and has set his new novel, Blackfish City (Ecco, 2018), in a teeming metropolis full of people who are grateful to be there. The fictional metropolis is Qaanaak, which...
 
Sam J. Miller loves cities. He lives in one, has a day job dedicated to making urban life more humane and fair, and has set his new novel, Blackfish City (Ecco, 2018), in a teeming metropolis full of people who are grateful to be there. The fictional metropolis is Qaanaak, which...
 
Consumers today have a lot of choices. Whether in stores or online, people are inundated by an abundance of options for what to buy. At the same time, the products we consume seem to have more and more ingredients, additives, and chemicals in them that put our health at risk,...
 
Consumers today have a lot of choices. Whether in stores or online, people are inundated by an abundance of options for what to buy. At the same time, the products we consume seem to have more and more ingredients, additives, and chemicals in them that put our health at risk,...
 
How should we understand our new golden age of television? In New Television: The Aesthetics and Politics of a Genre (University of Chicago Press, 2017), Martin Shuster, Director of Judaic Studies and Assistant Professor at Goucher College, interrogates New Television and offers both a defense and critique. Drawing on the work...…
 
How should we understand our new golden age of television? In New Television: The Aesthetics and Politics of a Genre (University of Chicago Press, 2017), Martin Shuster, Director of Judaic Studies and Assistant Professor at Goucher College, interrogates New Television and offers both a defense and critique. Drawing on the work...…
 
How should we understand our new golden age of television? In New Television: The Aesthetics and Politics of a Genre (University of Chicago Press, 2017), Martin Shuster, Director of Judaic Studies and Assistant Professor at Goucher College, interrogates New Television and offers both a defense and critique. Drawing on the work...…
 
In this episode you will hear: 2:30 - In this week’s news several private schools recently announced that they will stop offering Advanced Placement (AP) courses. 15:00 - We’re in Chapter 25 of 171 Answers and we talk about what it means when you receive so much college mail at home, and if that means your child has a good chance of getting adm ...…
 
I'm sharing archived episodes in the month of July and this is a favorite! Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics in the comments below, by contacting me via email, or by connecting with me on Twitter @Katie__Linder or @YGT_podcast. You can also hear me each week on the Research in Action podcast, The ...…
 
“It begins with a house and it ends in ashes.” So opens Robert Goolrick’s rich, lyrical new novel, The Dying of the Light (Harper, 2018). The house is Saratoga, a colonial-era estate in Virginia that is at once a joy and a burden to the family that lives there, the...
 
The 1960s and 1970s saw the rise of a new type of humor, based on sarcasm, improvisation and drugs. From The National Lampoon to Saturday Night Live, many new stars appeared, both as performers and writers. In his book, Caddyshack: The Making of a Cinderella Story (Flatiron Books, 2018), Entertainment...…
 
The 1960s and 1970s saw the rise of a new type of humor, based on sarcasm, improvisation and drugs. From The National Lampoon to Saturday Night Live, many new stars appeared, both as performers and writers. In his book, Caddyshack: The Making of a Cinderella Story (Flatiron Books, 2018), Entertainment...…
 
Metabolism, behavior, sleep, mood swings, the immune system, fighting, fleeing, puberty, and sex: these are just a few of the things our bodies control with hormones. Armed with a healthy dose of wit and curiosity, medical journalist Randi Hutter Epstein takes us on a journey through the unusual history of...…
 
Metabolism, behavior, sleep, mood swings, the immune system, fighting, fleeing, puberty, and sex: these are just a few of the things our bodies control with hormones. Armed with a healthy dose of wit and curiosity, medical journalist Randi Hutter Epstein takes us on a journey through the unusual history of...…
 
Jewish Materialism: The Intellectual Revolution of the 1870s (Yale University Press, 2018) is a radical new book that uncovers a hitherto ignored intellectual movement in Jewish Eastern Europe, and finds new antecedents to the story of modern Jewish history. In it, Professor Eliyahu Stern recontextualizes a group of Jewish thinkers who...…
 
Jewish Materialism: The Intellectual Revolution of the 1870s (Yale University Press, 2018) is a radical new book that uncovers a hitherto ignored intellectual movement in Jewish Eastern Europe, and finds new antecedents to the story of modern Jewish history. In it, Professor Eliyahu Stern recontextualizes a group of Jewish thinkers who...…
 
Most of us have heard of the math-music connection, but Eli Maor’s Music by the Numbers: From Pythagoras to Schoenberg (Princeton University Press, 2018) is THE book that explains what that connection is, and how both math and music connect to both physics and biology. There are wonderful anecdotes detailing the...…
 
Most of us have heard of the math-music connection, but Eli Maor’s Music by the Numbers: From Pythagoras to Schoenberg (Princeton University Press, 2018) is THE book that explains what that connection is, and how both math and music connect to both physics and biology. There are wonderful anecdotes detailing the...…
 
This week we are joined by TreaAndrea Russworm (Associate Professor- U Mass- Amhearst, @ProfessorTMR) and Yussef Cole (Writer and Games Critic, @youmeyou) as we talk about Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human. What We're Playing: Hollow KnightSave the DateFloor KidsState of Decay 2PaladinsEarthfallDefiance 2050Crash Bandicoot N' Sane Trilogy W ...…
 
In his book, The Comanche Empire (Yale University Press, 2008), Pekka Hämäläinen refutes the traditional story that Indians were bit players or unfortunate victims of the white man’s conquest of the American West. Old maps that divided America into Spanish, French, and British territories, Hämäläinen argues, are “fictions” insofar as they...…
 
How do we conceptualize religious conservatives and their relationship with sex? And how do Christians use digital media for sexual knowledge and pleasure? In her new book, Christians Under Covers: Evangelicals and Sexual Pleasure on the Internet (University of California Press, 2016), Kelsy Burke tackles these issues and more. Using...…
 
Diet books are a multi-billion dollar industry and in Diet and the Disease of Civilization (Rutgers University Press, 2018), Adrienne Rose Bitar explores the narratives of those books. Bitar looks at the ways in which diet books not only present American’s with dieting advice, but also create cultural narratives about...…
 
The path to a scholarship is not a direct line, so it can be confusing as you work towards your goal. Parents and athletes, as you work together, recruiting expert Jon Fugler explains how to get from where you are today to where you want to be in college. This is the opening episode in a series called "One Question." Jon invites you to submit y ...…
 
William Kuby is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. His book, Conjugal Misconduct: Defying Marriage Law in the Twentieth-Century United States (Cambridge University Press, 2018), examines the complicated legal and cultural history of heterosexual marriage. Long before the controversy over same-sex marri ...…
 
William Kuby is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. His book, Conjugal Misconduct: Defying Marriage Law in the Twentieth-Century United States (Cambridge University Press, 2018), examines the complicated legal and cultural history of heterosexual marriage. Long before the controversy over same-sex marri ...…
 
What happened inside NKVD interrogation rooms during the Great Terror? How did the perpetrators feel when the Soviet state turned on them in 1938 during “the purge of the purgers?” In her newest book, Stalinist Perpetrators on Trial: Scenes from the Great Terror in Soviet Ukraine (Oxford University Press, 2017),...…
 
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports that there is a warming trend in the global climate that is attributable to human activity, with an expected increase in global temperature (given current trends) of 1.5- 4.5 degrees Celsius (2.7-7.2 degrees Fahrenheit). But how do climate scientists reach these conclusions?...…
 
In The Republic of Arabic Letters: Islam and the European Enlightenment (Harvard University Press, 2018), Alexander Bevilacqua uncovers a different side of the European Enlightenment, at least with regards to its engagement with Arabic and Islam. Instead of polemics, he tells the story of how books and ideas moved across continents and were...…
 
The People, Rules, and Processes Governing Online Speech. Kate Klonick from Yale Law School talks about how online providers make decisions distinguishing appropriate from inappropriate content.
 
Episode 029: How to Become a Software Developer! Featuring: Sean Coleman, Software Developer & Entrepreneur Mentor Bio: Sean Coleman is a two time entrepreneur, having sold one company to Jobing.com. He has worked as a lead software developer for million dollar start ups, product manager for GoDaddy, and currently is a consultant for companies ...…
 
I'm sharing archived episodes in the month of July and this is a favorite! Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics in the comments below, by contacting me via email, or by connecting with me on Twitter @Katie__Linder or @YGT_podcast. You can also hear me each week on the Research in Action podcast, The ...…
 
Choctaw writer LeAnne Howe has quickly emerged as a crucial voice in twenty-first-century American literature. Her innovative, award-winning works of fiction, poetry, drama, and criticism capture the complexities of Native American life and interrogate histories of both cultural and linguistic oppression throughout the United States. In LeAnne ...…
 
The Marginalized Majority: Claiming Our Power in a Post-Truth America (Melville House, 2018) offers a roadmap to reeling progressives, delivers a searing critique of cynical pragmatism and defends identity politics as a galvanizing force for positive social change. Journalist Onnesha Roychoudhuri shares personal stories of how her identity shap ...…
 
Firesign Theatre co-founder Phil Proctor shares stories from his life and career in his new memoir, Where’s My Fortune Cookie? (Blurb, 2017) co-written with Brad Shreiber. In Where’s My Fortune Cookie? Proctor shares the history of his work with Firesign Theatre and other comedy recordings in addition to his work on...…
 
Northern California’s giant redwoods are among the state’s most recognizable natural wonders. These massive trees were also under threat of clear-cut logging for much of the twentieth century, writes Darren Frederick Speece in Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics (University of Washington ...…
 
The Victorians left an indelible stamp on culture that continues to be in evidence today, not least of which is their refinement of the realist fiction medium known as the novel and their innovations, which led to the birth of fantasy and science fiction – two of today’s most popular...
 
Although commonly regarded as one of the three or four greatest Presidents and certainly the greatest of the 20th century, Franklin Delano Roosevelt has not had as much attention devoted to his life, as many of the Presidents who came after him. That egregious oversight, has now been remedy by...
 
In this episode you will hear: 2:30 - In this week’s news, we’re going to discuss an article that writes about an alarming trend of college-bound students that don’t make it to the beginning of their intended fall semester in school. 9:10 - We’re in Chapter 24 of 171 Answers and Mark and I are going to talk about the common mistakes that famili ...…
 
I'm sharing archived episodes in the month of July and this is a favorite! Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics in the comments below, by contacting me via email, or by connecting with me on Twitter @Katie__Linder or @YGT_podcast. You can also hear me each week on the Research in Action podcast, The ...…
 
The last two decades have seen a surge in global histories, be they global histories of food, of ideas, or social movements. But why this move away from strictly national and regional histories? Is it because we think of ourselves as an increasingly globalized society? And how can we think...
 
The Brink: President Reagan and the Nuclear War Scare of 1983 (Simon & Schuster, 2018), by Marc Ambender, is a history of US-Soviet Relations under Ronald Reagan and an exploration of nuclear command and control operations. Ambender weaves together accounts of military exercises, false alarms, and espionage to tell the...…
 
In the early 20th century, thousands of Haitian men, women and children traveled to Cuba in search of work and wages. In Matthew Casey’s, Empire’s Guestworkers: Haitian Migrants in Cuba During the Age of US Occupation (Cambridge University Press, 2017) digs deep into the archives, reading along and across the grain to...…
 
Ari Larissa Heinrich’s new book, Chinese Surplus: Biopolitical Aesthetics and the Medically Commodified Body (Duke University Press, 2018), is a fascinating study of representations of the Chinese body in the context of biotechnology. How are bodies reproduced, broken apart, and circulated? And how do the representations of these processes help...…
 
Ari Larissa Heinrich’s new book, Chinese Surplus: Biopolitical Aesthetics and the Medically Commodified Body (Duke University Press, 2018), is a fascinating study of representations of the Chinese body in the context of biotechnology. How are bodies reproduced, broken apart, and circulated? And how do the representations of these processes help...…
 
In The Heart of the Mission: Latino Art and Politics in San Francisco (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), Cary Cordova combines urban, political, and art history to examine how the Mission District, a longtime bohemian enclave in San Francisco, has served as an important place for an influential and largely...…
 
With so much political effort placed into forcing a wall between the US and Mexico, Andrew Selee’s new book shows how the ties that bind the two countries together are much stronger. Selee has been on the podcast before with his book, What Should Think Tanks Do?: A Strategic Guide...
 
Episode: In this episode, Susan Eastman talks with Erin and Matt about her new book on Pauline Anthropology. The book is a fascinating three-way dialogue between the Apostle Paul, Epictetus, and current trends in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Eastman’s ability to integrate these three complex disciplines into a single, thought-provokin ...…
 
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