Best Tenure podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Are you searching for stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest discoveries in science. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science.
 
Discussing the relationship between land and rights.
 
Hey babe, tired of the same old boring sports headlines read to you by stiffs in suits? Hear all the sports talk you need, including the most exciting weekend roundup stories, all wrapped up in the hilarious Miller-isms you know and love. It's like Dennis' tenure on Monday Night Football, but on PodcastOne!
 
Build your own academic career without tenure or adjuncting by turning your knowledge into a business
 
Lawyer Lee Rosen speaks to aspiring entrepreneurial and tenured law professionals on law practice management, marketing, technology and finance, increasing your revenues and helping you implement time saving changes
 
Welcome to the Trance & Progressive Trance Podcast of Deluxe Accommodations.KSYM 90.1 FM San AntonioSaturdays 1am-3am CSTDj Cogswell has captured music not for the masses but for progressive thinkers and ideal realists who embody that which was and is alternative, industrial, trance, electronica and bossa nova.In the late 90's his radio show Deluxe Accommodations at KTUH 91.3 in Honolulu, Hawaii, ranged from techno, trance and J-Pop.During his years of tenure in the radio business, Jacob tra ...
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
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I routinely interview the brightest and best investors on the planet. As a published, tenured professor of finance at a major state university I have access to knowledge and experts that you don’t. Subscribe now for a lifetime of high quality financial advice from the best and the brightest.
 
Randy Jackson is a famed musician, songwriter, manager, author and Grammy Award-winning producer that became a household name with his tenure on American Idol. Now, Randy's back and teaming up with PodcastOne with his own podcast. Sessions with Randy Jackson features one-on-one interviews with the entertainers Randy's befriended over his decades-long career, talking about their own journey through the world and business of music. Pull up a chair and listen in on some fascinating conversation ...
 
Housing over 250 years of collective Process Safety expertise, Smith & Burgess has built our reputation on providing only the highest level of customer satisfaction combined with practical, realistic solutions.Our tenured engineering experience enables us to make reasonable assumptions that meet industry standards but do not burden the owners with excessive concerns. Come see why Smith & Burges' clients call us their "Trusted Process Safety Advisors."
 
Ellen Goldsmith, Co-founder of Pearl Natural Health, is a recognized educator, health advocate, and practitioner in the field of holistic and integrative health care. She developed a distinct method for cultivating body/mind health for emerging performing artists at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in her program, Body Coaching for Performing Artists. Her international teaching has trained hundreds of health professionals in the field of Asian Bodywork, self-transformation, and ...
 
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Dr. Marcie O'Malley is the Stanley C. Moore Professor of Mechanical Engineering, as well as a Professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University. Marcie is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine and at the University of Te ...…
 
Three scientists discuss ways to improve inclusivity in the biology classroom.
 
Dr. Justin Barad is the CEO of Osso VR, a virtual reality surgical training software company. Justin and the team at Osso VR are developing a surgical training platform that uses virtual reality and gaming technology to solve critical training challenges for surgeons and healthcare providers around the world. In his free time, Justin enjoys sip ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Whiteson is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of California, Irvine. He is also co-author of the book We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe. As a particle physicist, Daniel is working to discover how the universe began and what things are made of at their most fundamental levels. When not in the lab, D ...…
 
Your KPI (key performance indicator) is your North Star. It’s the guiding light that helps you focus your energy, make decisions, and align your team. It’s the one number that matters more than the rest. I love to work the abbreviation “KPI” into conversations because it makes me sound like I know business stuff. Using KPI in a sentence makes m ...…
 
Dr. Lori Hosaka LaPlante is an Associate Professor of Biology at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. Her research focuses on how and why animals use color signals during communication. In particular, Lori is interested in better understanding color signals used by female fish to communicate readiness to mate, dominance, and health status. Wh ...…
 
Some lawyers lie to me. It happens like this: “My marketing isn’t working,” they say. “I’m doing the networking thing. I’m meeting other lawyers, doing lunches and coffee. And I even joined a Business Network International group.” (The BNI thing always annoys me. I’ve never encouraged anyone to join a BNI group. “Why did you join a BNI?” I ask ...…
 
Dr. Samarth Swarup is a Research Associate Professor working in the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at the Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech. In the lab, Samarth studies human behavior by making computer models of people moving and interacting. These are called social simulations, and they can be used to forecast outco ...…
 
Sometimes it’s the little things that wreak havoc with our carefully manufactured image. We spend a lot of energy playing the part. We get a nice haircut, we make ourselves smell nice, and we dress up in a fancy suit. Even our office space plays a role in our quest to make the right impression. We hang diplomas on the wall next to our law licen ...…
 
Dr. Nicole Garneau is a Curator of Human Health, the Department Chair of Health Sciences, and Principal Investigator of the Genetics of Taste Laboratory at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. In addition, Nicole is Co-Founder of Beer Flavor Map and DraughtLab Brands, a company that creates accessible, affordable, and powerful sensory syste ...…
 
This is the time of the year many of us attend conferences. Attending events – any event – is a good thing. It’s good to get out of the office and talk to other humans. It’s good for business. It connects you with other people. It’s good to attend conferences, even if the only thing you accomplish is exchanging business cards with the woman in ...…
 
Dr. Douglas Futuyma is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook University. He also holds an appointment as a Research Associate at the American Museum of Natural History. Throughout his career, Douglas has been fascinated by evolution and how species adapt to their environments. Much of his research h ...…
 
Advice is valuable. It often saves us wasted time and effort. That’s especially true when it comes to running and growing our practices. It’s important to ask for advice. Lots of advice. You can always choose to ignore it. Unfortunately, lawyers hesitate to ask for advice when it comes to the practice of law. We fear that asking for help makes ...…
 
Dr. Sunny Wong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Dermatology and the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan School of Medicine. Sunny’s lab studies skin biology. Skin is a complex organ that covers our entire body and is composed of different cells and systems. He is interested in understanding h ...…
 
Disasters strike unexpectedly. They are unpredictable. Yet they occur with some frequency. It’s wise to assume disaster will strike at some point. It might happen soon. It might be devastating. It’s better to be prepared. I talk endlessly about systems. Many of us have done a pretty good job of documenting our procedures, but only for normal da ...…
 
Dr. Francisca Ikuenobe is a Professor of Geology and Geophysics at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. In her research, Franca studies rocks to understand the clues they can reveal about the living things, environments, and climates of the past. Franca is particularly interested in the microfossils of pollen, spores, and phytopla ...…
 
When we were in Bali, we hired a driver for a tour. At one point, she stopped unexpectedly and the next thing we knew, we were trapped in a sales pitch. She tried to sell us bags of coffee beans. If this has never happened to you, I’ll warn you that it’s a common thing in many tourist areas. The drivers get a small commission for delivering war ...…
 
Dr. John Aitchison is President and Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research, the largest independent, non-profit organization in the U.S. that is focused solely on infectious disease research. In addition, John serves as an affiliate or adjunct Professor at the University of Washington, the University of British Columbia, the Uni ...…
 
Once upon a time, the days right before the beginning of a vacation were the most productive of the entire year. We would focus, push ourselves, and get things done. Those pre-vacation sprints used to be incredible. We knew that if we didn’t hit the deadline, we’d have to either cancel our trip or accept the consequences of being late. But the ...…
 
Emmy award-winning producer and fellow podcaster Suzy Shuster joins Dennis talk LeBron's march thru the playoffs, the booming world of E-Sports, and her podcasts - Locker Room Talk and Eyes On Sports! Plus, a Kentucky Derby recap, Matt Harvey parts ways with the Mets, and Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand won't stop licking opponents. - For m ...…
 
Dr. Madhav Marathe is a Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory within the Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Chalmers University, the Indian Institute of Public Health, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virgini ...…
 
I loved/hated owning a law firm. The team, the clients, the other lawyers, the judges, the clerks, the expert witnesses… I loved/hated them all. It was awesome when I loved them. But there were days when I hated opposing counsel, my associates, the judges, the clerks, my team, and especially the clients. They wore me down, tired me out, made me ...…
 
Super Bowl champ Greg Jennings joins Dennis to talk Super Bowl XLV and the NFL draft! Greg gives his thoughts on the Browns No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield and team's offseason rebuild. Plus, Dennis talks NHL playoffs, Kentucky Derby, The Players Championship, and more!By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Eurie Hong is the Senior Director of Genomics at AncestryDNA. In her position, Eurie works on the algorithms that interpret the DNA provided in customer samples to tell people the regions of the world their ancestors may come from. She develops methods to analyze a person’s DNA and compare it to reference panels of DNA from other individual ...…
 
Three scientists discuss the challenges and importance of amphibian conservation in the Neotropics.
 
Being a control freak has served you well. You built a thriving practice with a bunch of employees that generates a healthy revenue because you’re firmly in control. But your control-freak ways mean you have to show up. You’re the one employees turn to when a decision needs to be made. You’re the leader they’ve been trained to follow. Very litt ...…
 
Inside the NBA's Kenny Smith joins Dennis to discuss NBA Playoffs! Plus, Dennis weighs in on the first round of the NHL Playoffs, NFL draft around the corner, Scottie Pippen has $50k worth of tractors and equipment stolen from his Arkansas farm, and Gronk buys a horse.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Brian Keating is a Professor of Physics at the University of California, San Diego. Additionally, he is the Co-Director of the Ax Center for Experimental Cosmology and Director of the Simons Observatory. Brian is also author of the book Losing the Nobel Prize: A Story of Cosmology, Ambition, and the Perils of Science’s Highest Honor. As a c ...…
 
Whenever I browse the web from this Airbnb in Bangkok, a message from the internet provider pops up. Apparently my landlord isn’t paying his bills on time. Unfortunately, his current financial situation may impact his future financial situation. The same could happen to you. One day during our first week here, the Internet shut off for four hou ...…
 
Dennis and LA Kings President Luc Robitaille discuss the team’s first round series vs the Vegas Golden Knights; including Jeff Carter's health, Drew Doughty’s Game 2 suspension, and playing alongside Wayne Gretzky! Plus, Actor/Writer/Director Jay Chandrasekhar joins Dennis to talk Super Troopers 2, releasing 4/20!…
 
Dr. Thijs Heus is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at Cleveland State University. Thijs’s research focuses on clouds and the impact they have on weather and climate. Some of the effects clouds can have include reflecting sunlight (which lowers temperatures) and transporting heat and moisture through the atmosphere. However, c ...…
 
Hotels, like law firms, make promises to their prospective clients. Those promises aren’t always articulated. Often, they’re implicit. It wasn’t until the first time I checked into a hotel room without a window that it occurred to me that “windows” were optional. Your clients probably have their own beliefs about what’s included in their repres ...…
 
Former NHL star Jeremy Roenick joins Dennis to break down the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs! Plus, Patrick Reed wins the Masters, Conor McGregor flips out, and Shohei Ohtani is becoming the next Babe Ruth.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Jennifer Ramp Neale is Director of Research and Conservation at the Denver Botanic Gardens. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Biology at the University of Northern Colorado and the University of Colorado Denver. The Denver Botanic Gardens is an accredited museum, a public nonprofit organization, and a research institution, so Jenny has a ...…
 
The first time we outsourced our bookkeeping, we hired a woman in Texas. She explained that our books were a mess and promised to “clean them up.” We knew our books were messy before we hired her, but it was manageable. Our doors were open, payroll was processed smoothly, and the bills were being paid. Let’s face it. Accounting is made-up nonse ...…
 
Dennis is joined by light heavyweight boxer Mike Lee! Plus, Masters week, the MLB season gets underway, Giancarlo Stanton crushes two homers in his Yankee debut, Vegas Golden Knights shatter more records on their way to playoffs, and more!By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Chris Barrett is Executive Director and Professor at the Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech, as well as a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech. Chris lives on a small farm in the Blue Ridge area of Virginia, and the they daily chores keep him quite busy. He also enjoys playing guitar and riding his motorcyc ...…
 
Nobody wants the slow fix. We want the magic bullet. We want the secret. We want to get-rich-quick. I always wanted to get rich quick. I still like the idea. I also want to lose 20 pounds by next month, read five times faster in five days, get the girl, and go all night long without losing my erection. Buy the search engine optimization, the le ...…
 
Live from the Grapefruit League! Dennis chats with Dodger great Steve Garvey about the Dodgers and the upcoming MLB season! Plus, Loyola Chicago looking to rock the Final Four, MadBum breaks his pitching hand, NFL updates the Catch Rule, and Tony Romo finishes last in his PGA Tour debut.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Bruce Beehler is an ornithologist and Research Associate in the Bird Division of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Bruce spends much of his free time outside and immersed in nature. He enjoys playing tennis, going for hikes, and kayaking, as well as watching wildlife at the feeders outside his home. Writing s ...…
 
Every one of us has had a moment when we realized all the time we spent in negotiations was wasted. In retrospect, it should have been clear at the time. “There was never going to be an agreement,” we say to ourselves. “That person was impossible.” “Know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, know when to walk away, and know when to run.” Tha ...…
 
Dennis chats with fellow comedian Sarah Tiana! Plus, a crazy first weekend of March Madness, the NFL Free Agency frenzy, Jose Altuve signs a massive contract with the Astros, and more!By info@podcastone.com.
 
Dr. Michele Koons is a Curator of Archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. When Michele’s not at work, she spends her time hanging out with her husband and one year old son. Some of her favorite activities include skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, cooking dinner with friends, and playing games like Trivial Pursuit and Settlers of Cata ...…
 
Tourists in India feel like dollar signs. Touts crowd around, shouting above the street noise, imploring tourists to buy whatever they’re selling. Feeling like a dollar sign is never a good thing. Tourists don’t like it. They feel less like humans and more like objects. As buyers, we turn into non-buyers quickly when the pressure cranks up. We ...…
 
Stephen Cook discusses eutrophication and how it affects stream invertebrate communities.
 
Dr. Ian Winship is an Associate Professor and a former Alberta Innovates Health Solutions Scholar in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Alberta. He is also Director of the Neurochemical Research Unit there. Much of Ian’s free time is spent on or near the ice rink. He coaches his son’s hockey team and his daughter’s ringette team, ...…
 
In retrospect, outsourcing worked out pretty well for my law firm. Of course, it would have been much easier if I had known what I was doing at the time (which is why we recently created a course on outsourcing – so you can do it without all my challenges). When I started my firm, I had no idea how hard it would be to get employees to do what I ...…
 
Dr. Bryan Lewis is a Research Associate Professor working in the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory at the Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech. Bryan works in the field of computational epidemiology. His research uses computers to simulate disease so they can make policy recommendations and help in response to an infectious ...…
 
There are lots of differences between us lawyers. We’re each unique in our own way. We have different strengths and weaknesses. We have a broad range of interests. We spend our time differently. We’re a diverse bunch of folks. But we’re a lot alike, too. We have many things in common, like education, that create a lot of similarities. But we al ...…
 
Dr. Suzanne Clough is the Chief Medical Officer at Amalgam Rx and Chief Innovation Officer at ArmadaHealth. In her free time, Suzanne revels in the pleasant chaos of her house with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She is also an athlete who enjoys basketball, swimming, and cycling. Suzanne is a physician by training, but she has been de ...…
 
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