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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.
 
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
 
The original 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) as well as 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 per ...
 
"Sharing stories, lessons, and experiences form sports performance professional development," providing you with stories you can't hear anywhere else! . You'll not only enjoy these crazy stories, but you'll take your career to the next level by hearing different perspectives than those you hear on a daily basis. . Giving you autonomy to take control of your story! Hosted by Matt Tometz . Instagram and Twitter: @CoachBigToe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/matttometz
 
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In this episode, Kenzie and Mona chat with Seungyeon Lee of the University of Central Arkansas. Listen as they discuss knowledge vs. perspective, playing multiple roles, increasing belongingness, and setting boundaries. Seungyeon provides insights into the difference between mentoring and teaching and how to support students who are encountering ob…
 
In this episode, Kenzie and Mona chat with Missy Beers of Ohio State University. Listen as they discuss support networks, multidisciplinary perspectives, and why a spice rack may be the perfect analogy for mentoring. Missy shares insights about mentoring vs. supervising, the parallels of mentoring and teaching, mentoring at the institutional level …
 
In this episode, Kenzie and Mona chat with Jenn Grewe of Utah State University. Listen as they discuss mentoring, values, authenticity, and being vulnerable. Jenn shares insights into mentoring undergraduate students, graduate students, nontraditional students, and students who are parents. She also shares her experiences being a mother and academi…
 
In this episode, Kenzie and Mona chat with Eric Landrum of Boise State University. Listen as they discuss mentoring, mental health, and even the multiverse. Eric shares his experiences being mentored as an undergraduate, mentoring students on research, learning to use his privilege (e.g., his Help Helped Me Psi Chi presidential initiative), charact…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Jason Young from Hunter College in New York, NY. Jason patiently describes that Hunter is part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system, a senior college with 23,000 enrolled students on Manhattan's upper east side. He shares his joy for teaching in-person classes, and his excitement for social psychology is …
 
Francesca Regalado, a 2017 graduate of Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations, serves as the Bangkok Correspondent for Nikkei Asia, a Japan-based financial newspaper. She is a former Economics Reporter for Yomiuri Shumbun. Annie Hebel, our veteran analyst, guest hosted this special interview. This episode was brought to you th…
 
Global Current Executive Director, Jasmine De Leon, interviews Dr. Glodel Mezilas about Global South and the Russia-Ukrainian War. Dr. Mezilas, a professor and adjunct director of the Diplomatic School of the Haitian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has served in the Haitian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and authored nine books about the country. De Leon…
 
Kieran Besancon, veteran analyst and guest host, interviews Professor Maxim Matusevich about the Russia-Ukrainian War. Dr. Matusevich is a Professor and Director for the Russian and East European Studies Program at Seton Hall University. They take a deep dive on the war, such as Russia's "brain drain", the use of rhetoric, and the political framing…
 
Following the announcement that the Vatican has announced a preliminary inquiry following Cardinal Ricard’s admission to sexually abusing a 14-year old girl during his time as a priest, the whole of the French Catholic Church has been rocked with scandals of global implications. Pope Francis has taken steps to address the church’s history with cler…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Emily Leary Chesney from the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC. Within the Education Directorate, Emily is the Associate Director of the Office of Pre-College and Undergraduate Education. She is the staff liaison to Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools, or, the TOPSS Committee. She discusses…
 
Kyle Sammons, formerly Director of Sports Science for University of Washington Football, takes us through some of the most foundational stories of his journey leading us to now: 4:05 The impact his parents had, always being a good example, and having the real conversation of almost having to move due to the financial state of California at the time…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Drew Christopher (in his second appearance on PsychSessions) from Albion College in Albion, MI. Drew shares his genuine concerns for incoming students post-COVID in his freshman seminar course. Food, and especially donuts, becomes a recurring theme throughout this chat. After a bit of sports talk, we delve into Drew'…
 
Jane Halonen (Part 2), University of West Florida A re-broadcast of PsychSessions Episode 096: Formidable, Generous, Industrious, Sovereign Ruler of Janeland This episode was originally released on July 7, 2020By Jane Halonen, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum
 
Lindsay Masland, Appalachian State University Keynote Address: You Were Trained as a Scientist. Isn’t It Time to Start Teaching Like One? Originally delivered October 19, 2019 in Denver, CO at STP’s Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT)By Lindsay Masland, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum
 
In this episode Eric interviews Diane Finley from Prince George's Community College in Largo, MD. Diane is truly a 'jack of many trades,' with varied interests throughout her life, ranging from focusing on journalism from a political science perspective to being a competitive swimmer to being a high school English teacher directing plays to becomin…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Dr. Pooja Agarwal from the Berklee College of Music. They focus on her suggestions for making group work actually work. You can find the entire back catalog of AskPsychSessions features at psychsessions.orgBy Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum
 
In this episode Eric interviews Stephanie Afful from Lindenwood College in St. Charles, MO. Stephanie shares stories from her life of difficult challenges, from pivoting through COVID, not earning tenure at a prior institution, to mourning the loss of her brother. In her words, she "falls forward" into better situations in her career, optimisticall…
 
3:18 Reflecting on the impact of his parents: growing up playing AAU basketball in Alaska, learning about being hard-working, productive, and efficient 7:42 Big moments from childhood: the great people in his corner, highlighting his high school basketball coach 11:05 Biggest "fork in the road": college professor while studying physical therapy gui…
 
You owe it to yourself as a professional to become the best consumer of social media as possible. This isn't for casual scrolling, this is for the people you intentionally follow and the content you intentionally seek out to help yourself become the best version of you as a professional you can be. Listen to this full episode to learn the perspecti…
 
Noting that "there is no shortage of Christmas events at Seton Hall University" and that "festivities abound and students will ring in the Christmas cheer," Best College Reviews recognized Seton Hall as the best college in America for "Holiday Events." But have you ever wondered how we got here? In this very festive episode, Viannca sits down with …
 
In this episode Eric interviews Dave Strohmetz from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, FL. Dave generously shares his story of growing up in a working-class family, his ability to learn from others, and then becoming a first-generation college student. Relationships and family are at his core, manifested through his retelling of family ca…
 
The most widely viewed and followed single sporting event in the world has arrived in the form of the 2022 World Cup hosted by the small oil-rich Middle Eastern nation of Qatar. However, despite the passion for the event, this year’s World Cup has been mired in corruption, scandals, political intrigue, and accusation of the use of slave labor which…
 
In our most recent episode, Viannca sits down with Cathleen Davey Corbett '83, the founder of Seton Hall's alumni gala, Many Are One! To learn more about Many Are One, visit www.shu.edu/alumni. Be sure to follow our hostest with the mostest, Viannca Velez '10 at @vianncavelez and on LinkedIn!By Seton Hall Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy, Viannca Velez
 
Tessa Grossman has done a bunch of stuff and been a lot of places so far accumulating a bunch of super cool and unique stories. Such stops have included playing softball at Dartmouth, coaching with the LA Rams, Cal Berkely, Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals as a Bill Walsh Fellow, Illinois State, and now Middle Tennessee State University. Here…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne chats with Gerardo Rarmiez from Ball State University. They discuss his work on interventions that improve persistence and success in first-generation college students.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum
 
In this episode Eric, along with special guest host Matt Genuchi from Boise State University in Boise, ID, interviewed John Oliffe from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. John is the founder of the UBC Men's Health Research Program, where a primary focus is on mental health, understanding depression and…
 
The Israeli President is set to give former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the mandate to form a new Israeli government after consultations with representatives from all parties in the 25th Israeli parliament (Knesset). Israel’s longest serving prime minister is then expected to form the most right-wing Israeli government in its history as tensi…
 
After weeks of political maneuvering and preparation, Xi Jinping was confirmed as president of China for a precedent-breaking third term after installing loyalists and picking off political rivals. This move has cemented on possibly the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong with no end in sight to his tenure as President. Join The Global Cu…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Sue Frantz from Highline College in Des Moines, WA, for a second time (Sue was first interviewed on Episode 004 in 2017). Sue continues to innovate and trailblaze as she contemplates what early retirement might mean. She has launched into the introductory psychology publishing realm with FlatWorld Publishing (co-auth…
 
Over a month ago, Turkey President Erdogan shook the NATO alliance as tensions build between the NATO allies Greece and Turkey over maritime claims and island militarization in the Aegean Sea. Many issues have divided the two nations but Turkey has been particularly concerned about Greece’s militarization of its Aegean islands which they consider a…
 
Interviews can be intimidating, especially if you've never done it before. But what if you knew exactly how it was going to go down? I believe all interviews are more similar than dissimilar, but something as specific as an on-campus interview is a unique challenge in and of itself. Level up your skills and yourself as a professional by learning fr…
 
Tela Wittig '19 is a New York City based software developer and Founder of Represent, a software company focused on connecting people with their elected representatives and providing for increased transparency in government at every level. Tela built Represent over the past year and launched it nationally in April 2022. She graduated from Seton Hal…
 
In this Sidebar episode from PsychSessions, Garth interviews author Dr. David G. Myers about his new book, "How do we know ourselves?", which is comprised of 40 short essays on various topics related to psychological science. Listen to the author discuss his favorite chapters, his commitment to telling truth, and his desire to connect to people's e…
 
Recently, this month United States President Joe Biden warned that the world could face nuclear Armageddon if his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, were to use a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine. Putin, on the other hand, has made implicit threats of using nuclear weapons to protect his newly “annexed” territories as Ukrainian counter-offensiv…
 
This series of interviews was conducted at STP's Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) in Pittsburgh, PA, on October 21-22, 2022. We want to thank all of our guests, ACT, and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) for their support. The views or product endorsements expressed do not represent the views, support, or endorsements of STP.…
 
This series of interviews was conducted at STP's Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) in Pittsburgh, PA, on October 21-22, 2022. We want to thank all of our guests, ACT, and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) for their support. The views or product endorsements expressed do not represent the views, support, or endorsements of STP.…
 
This series of interviews was conducted at STP's Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) in Pittsburgh, PA, on October 21-22, 2022. We want to thank all of our guests, ACT, and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) for their support. The views or product endorsements expressed do not represent the views, support, or endorsements of STP.…
 
This series of interviews was conducted at STP's Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) in Pittsburgh, PA, on October 21-22, 2022. We want to thank all of our guests, ACT, and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) for their support. The views or product endorsements expressed do not represent the views, support, or endorsements of STP.…
 
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