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The Global Current

Seton Hall University

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The Global Current is the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy’s premier podcast on international affairs. Each week, we explore and analyze a news story making waves around the world. From the Capitol Hill riots to the Uighur camps in China, Current members break down pressing stories while engaging in thoughtful conversation with fellow students and faculty. Catch the Current on Instagram @TheGlobalCurrent and tune in live every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. EST on 89.5 FM WSOU.
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Pirate’s Eye Podcast

Seton Hall Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy

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Seton Hall boasts more than 100,000 living alumni. In this podcast, we chat with some of those proud Pirates about their latest accomplishments and career paths. We have our Pirate’s Eye on what great alumni minds can do.
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Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
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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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The Road to the Garden Podcast

The Road to the Garden Podcast | Presented by House Enterprise

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Presented by House Enterprise. Join Tommy Godin and Michael DeRosa as they follow the Big East season as all 11 teams fight to be the last one standing at Madison Square Garden. From opening day through the Big East and NCAA Tournaments, follow all the Big East action right here!
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March Podness

Big East Unfiltered Podcast

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It's March. It's college basketball. You want the scoop on what's going on? Join us as we do thirty days of podcasts for the month of March as we bring in the best writers, on-air talent and coaches and players to give you the best insight into the college hoops world.
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Now in its 10th season, This Week In The BIG EAST, hosted by Kevin McNamara and John Rooke, is the official podcast of BIG EAST basketball. Kevin, radio host, columnist and author, and John, a longtime play-by-play broadcaster, have combined to cover BIG EAST basketball for over 60 years. The show is a comprehensive look at the teams, coaches, players and storied tradition of the top basketball conference in America, welcoming guests from around the league. #TWITBE also brings sounds of the ...
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Welcome to the WindyCity PsycleSquad podcast, where amazing things will be discussed, pertaining to health, fitness and sports. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wcps/support
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Matt Pana is a media specialist in New York with a decade of experience in music and marketing. Each episode features discussions with friends, covering creativity and technology interwoven with mental health.
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A College Baseball Match Podcast hosted by Eric Walczykowski Through interviews with top college coaches and baseball personalities, we break down the college recruiting process from start to finish. Our goal is to demystify and cut through the misinformation one episode at a time. Interested in having a recruiting question answered on the show? Email us at Support@collegebaseballmatch.com
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Bluejay Banter

Bluejay Banter

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Tim and Ross talk Creighton athletics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPOmVSVpMEVKmyX71gwueJA. Hear interviews with players, coaches and media members during the world's only year-round Creighton sports talk show!
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In this episode of AskPsychSessions, Marianne answers a listener question about teaching your expertise to those from other specialties. Her guests are Dr. Andrew Butler from Washington University in St. Louis and Dr. Kristoffer Romero from the University of Windsor. The conversation covers content selection, assessment options, and skill developme…
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Well, the contiguous United States and D.C. Bonus: Take the short form of the NEO and get matched with the state you vibe with. OR use this in class for five one-way ANOVA examples. Blog Post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2016/07/wilsons-americas-mood-map-interactive.html Original Article: https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/psp-a0…
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Welcome to the 200th episode of the flagship podcast series PsychSessions: Conversations About Teaching N' Stuff. In this episode, Garth and special guest host Chris Cardone interview Elliot Aronson from the University of Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA. The trio explores Aronson's significant contributions, including the Festinger and Carlsmith exper…
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Statistical modeling determined that, someday, a human will be born who can consume 83 hot dogs in 10 minutes. In the mean time, use this data from hot dog eating contests to discuss scales of measurement, create data visualizations, and calculating measures of central tendancy. Original Article: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsbl.…
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UConn Head Coach Dan Hurley joins Bryan DeNovellis in the wake of Alex Karaban's announcement that he's returning to Storrs. Hurley covers a number of topics including: Karaban's return His "deepest roster ever" Incoming transfers (Reed and Mahaney) and freshman McNeeley Why he engages opposing fans Next Year's non-conference schedule Quest to 3-Pe…
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Here at PsychSessions we are saddened to hear of Jerry Rudmann's recent death -- we mourn this tremendous loss, and our hearts go out to his family and his extensive network of friends. In his honor, we are rebroadcasting his initial PsychSessions interview, which was released as Episode 155 on October 11, 2022.…
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Explicit lessons: You can use AI to evaluate Instagram photos and determine the smiliest universities. Run an ANOVA to determine who has the happiest universities: US, UK, or Austraila. Discuss cultural differences in what we share online. Implicit knowlege: Anything you share on IG is free game for the data scrapers! Blog Post: https://notawfuland…
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It has now been over a year since the civil war broke out in Sudan due to rivalries between two factions of the military government, the SAF and RFS. This conflict has brought to light the history of foreign invasions, ethnic tensions, disputes over religion and resources that have been historical factors in Sudanese conflicts. As of now, Sudan is …
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Maybe beer snobs just like to get buzzed? An argument can be made from this data, which lets you think about data scrapping and big, big data sets. Blog Post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2015/05/scott-janishs-relationship-of-abv-to.html Data Source: https://scottjanish.com/relationship-of-abv-to-beer-scores/…
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In this episode Garth hosts a conversation with Barney Beins (Ithaca College), Sue Frantz (Highline College), and Ken Keith (University of San Diego). These renowned teachers of psychology delve into the importance of incorporating the history of psychology into education, emphasizing the need to preserve diverse narratives and engage students thro…
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Students love customizable data sets suited to their tastes. Use the Exportify website to generate spreadsheets based on Spotify playlists. These playlists are perfect for ANOVA, correlation, and discussions of operationalization. Blog post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2023/11/generate-highly-personalized-music-data.html, Exportify websi…
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This data is scary. Not because of missing data points and median splits but because it is about horror movies and how they affect participant pulses! Use this data set to discuss operationalization, scales of measurement, correlation, t-tests, and more. Links: Blog Post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2024/04/using-pulse-rates-to-determine…
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In celebration of National Volunteer Month in April, we flipped the script on our podcast host, Viannca Velez '10. Take a listen as our Assistant Director of Alumni Communication and Digital Engagement, Aaron Smith, puts the Pirate Eye on Viannca. Hailing from Jersey City, NJ, Viannca is a communications strategist with over 13 years of experience.…
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An airstrike was carried out by Israeli forces on Iran's Embassy in Syria’s capital city: Damascus. It’s been reported that three senior commanders and four officers, who were part of overseeing covert operations in the Middle East, were killed in the strike. This has brought the continually increasing tensions throughout the Middle East and long-s…
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On March 22, 2024, Krasnogorsk, Russia, a city just outside of Moscow faced a mass shooting that left 144 people dead, 551 people injured, and 95 people missing. Shortly after, the shooting was deemed a terrorist attack with conflicting reports of responsibility continuing to where the associations of the assailants are still unknown. With conflict…
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In this episode Eric interviews Jon Westfall from Delta State University in Cleveland, MS. This conversation delves into Jon's transformation from a tech enthusiast to a psychology professor at Delta State University, highlighting the vital role of education in addressing societal challenges. The discussion explores the intersections between psycho…
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Seton Hall Radio Announcer Dave Popkin joins Bryan to discuss Seton Hall's thrilling win over Indiana State to claim the program's 2nd NIT Championship and recap the Hall's 25-win season. Plus Bryan analyzes UConn's dominating win over Purdue to claim their 2nd straight NCAA Title and 6th in program history. Hear Bryan's thoughts along with postgam…
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In this episode Garth interviews Kody Manke-Miller from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. This conversation delves into the transformative power of mentorship in academia through two personal accounts. It highlights the pivotal role mentors play in setting high standards while providing warm support, aiding individuals like Kody in tran…
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March 18-20th saw the 2024 Summit for Democracy being held in South Korea, formally known as the Republic of Korea, in which discussions regarding the future of democracy were in full swing. However, the new and pertinent topic of the role and impact of Artificial Intelligence took the forefront of the summit, begging questions of how innovative te…
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In this shorter episode, Michael and Tommy are back to talk the stories around the Big East, including UConn's dominant run to the Final Four. Time Codes: Intro: 0:00 "Good Get" SZN: 1:45 In Memoriam: 2:55 Marquette: 3:11 UConn Beds & Travel Drama: 6:03 Marquette (Again): 7:26 Beds (Again): 8:24 Creighton: 9:36 Seton Hall Live NIT Reactions: 13:25 …
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On the ground in Indianapolis, the fellas recap Tuesday NITe and look ahead to Indiana State vs. Seton Hall. Then: We expected more from Fox Sports's NIT attack; Inflategate and NC State; UConn's plane; the worst NCAA Tournament outcome; the women's Final Four; and a cheesy update on the mouse, Stefon Diggs, the Rangers/Devils line brawl, and the c…
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In a recent interview with Pope Francis, he was asked by a Swiss reporter his position on the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, particularly regarding the debate over whether or not Ukraine should surrender to Russia. He emphasized the need for negotiations and referred to the courage of waving the white flag, which has brought many internati…
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