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Fifteen years ago, 21-year-old Jennifer Cave went out with her friend Colton Pitonyak to celebrate getting a new job. She never showed up for her first day of work. Two days later, Jennifer’s body was found at The Orange Tree, a condo complex near the University of Texas at Austin. Pitonyak, a promising UT business student who lived in the condo, had fled to Mexico … and he wasn’t alone. He had gone with another UT student, Laura Hall. The crime’s gruesome nature, Pitonyak’s surprising defen ...
 
15 Minute History is a history podcast designed for historians, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. This is a joint project of Hemispheres, the international outreach consortium at the University of Texas at Austin, and Not Even Past, a website with articles on a wide variety of historical issues, produced by the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin. This podcast series is devoted to short, accessible discussions of important topics in world history, United States history, and ...
 
Dr. Peniel Joseph, Founding Director of the UT Center for the Study of Race and Democracy and Professor of History, discusses issues of race, democracy, public policy, and social justice with expert guests. "Race and Democracy" questions who is America? Where have we been, where do we want to go, and how can we get there? Tune in to learn about American history, race and democracy, and the outlook for the future. Texas Podcast Network is brought to you by The University of Texas at Austin. P ...
 
Behind every scientific discovery is a scientist (or 12) and a story. “Point of Discovery” takes you on a journey beyond WHAT we know to HOW we know it. Along the way, listeners will meet the sometimes quirky, always passionate people whose curiosity unlocks hidden worlds. Music by: Podington Bear. Learn more at: http://pointofdiscovery.org DISCLAIMER Point of Discovery is part of the Texas Podcast Network, which is brought to you by The University of Texas at Austin. Podcasts are produced b ...
 
Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health is the monthly podcast by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Consistent with the spirit of the foundation's work, the podcast captures the human implications of mental health and related issues, bringing you conversations with mental health advocates, researchers, consumers, officials, and others who carry the torch on behalf of mental health and wellness in Texas and beyond. Into the Fold is part of the Texas Podcast Network. Texas Podcast Network ...
 
Subscribe to Inside Health Education if you plan on applying to medical, dental, or veterinary school! We guide you through the pre-health journey by connecting with the admissions experts, application support, and advisors who share first-hand insights. Each episode focuses on what you can do to prepare and build an application that gets noticed by schools. This podcast is produced and managed by the Texas Health Education Service in Austin, TX. You can reach us directly at podcast@txhes.co ...
 
What does it mean to be a good leader? What are leadership traits and characteristics? How do I build these characteristics?What does leadership have to do with my day-to-day life?The Lead Into It podcast dives into these questions and all things leadership with inspiring interviews from leaders with all different types of backgrounds. Each episode will leave you with inspiration or tactical tools for your career or personal life. Your host, Sara Greco, has the vision to help others build an ...
 
In Brazil, the term língua da gente (literally 'language of the people') refers to the way that people actually talk in everyday speech. And that, in essence, is the object behind this series. We hope to provide practical lessons that demonstrate how people really speak, and we do this by presenting brief, slice-of-life dialogs, which focus on some daily situation, scenario, or task that we encounter every day.
 
Français Interactif is an online French course from the University of Texas at Austin with a CC By license. It has been funded and created by Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services at the University of Texas, and is currently supported by COERLL, the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning UT-Austin, and the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE Grant P116B070251) as an example of the open access initiative.
 
Radio Arlecchino provides mp3 podcast lessons that illustrate specific Italian grammar points. Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of Arlecchino, Pulcinella, and other masks of the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Radio Arlecchino is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/ra/
 
The mission of the TEX Talks Podcast and Speaker Series is to identify, capture, and share the entrepreneurial spirit that surrounds the University of Texas at Austin and its community. Entrepreneurs share their stories with students to help inspire the leaders of tomorrow, and then we share with others to enjoy via podcast and video formats. Talks will feature leaders in all entrepreneurial backgrounds including CPGs, Fintech, SaaS, medicine, energy, music, education, and others that are ch ...
 
Dialectica Radio examines the civic, political, and economic issues that matter to us all on global, national, and local levels. Dialectica is brought to you by students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, is broadcast live on Mondays at 7:00 PM CST over the air and internet by KVRX Austin 91.7 FM Student Radio, and is produced in partnership with the LBJ Journal of Public Affairs.
 
Tá Falado provides Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation lessons for speakers of Spanish. Podcasts illustrate pronunciation differences between Spanish and Portuguese and present scenarios showing cultural differences between the U.S. and Brazil. Tá Falado is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/tafalado/
 
Whether you’re a mother, teacher, doctor, or student; women are powerful influencers for themselves, their friends, strangers, coworkers, and the people around them. All women have an energy, optimism, and joy that continues to play a positive effect on the people in their lives. Today is the day to look inside yourself and break your personal and professional boundaries. Let us all be the strong women who empower women. Welcome to Girl 100, a podcast dedicated to helping you create an impac ...
 
This work is O. Henry's first published volume and is considered to be his only novel. The plot is composed of several short stories, which were inspired by the author's six-month stay in Honduras in the late 1890s. "The incidents embracing as they do, a variety of subjects, hang loosely together, so loosely in fact, that at times one finds no apparent connection between them at all, and yet in the end one sees how each is intimately related to the other. ...Written by a less able hand than ...
 
Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
Sound as a Medium is a podcast with topical episodes made up of pieces created by students in the class Sound as a Medium at The University of Texas at Austin. The featured pieces cross the spectrum from music concrete to old time radio drama, from improvised fiction to traditional documentary. The full episodes will feature sound pieces only, with special video additions available at http://soundasamedium.wordpress.com.
 
This series is designed to help you learn the basic vocabulary of Hindi. It is based on the vocabulary introduced in Teach Yourself Hindi; but can be used independently of any book, and should be useful for anyone beginning to learn Hindi. We give the Hindi equivalents for common English words and expressions, show how they can be used in context, and drill some of them. The idea is simply to make the words come alive as you hear them pronounced; you’ll also pick up some useful phrases, and ...
 
This video podcast series presents basic information to teachers on how to set-up and use the equipment mentioned in the Get Your Physics On! lessons and activities. http://www.thetrc.org/web/physics.htmlThere are sixteen episodes that are included and they each incorporate the equipment specified in the Physics TEKS 2F and 2G.
 
This series features full-length, edited interviews with members of the applied mechanics and engineering science research community covering their careers and research areas of interest. The podcasts are created by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and hosted by Harry Dankowicz, Editor of Applied Mechanics Reviews and Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
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PO Ryan Evans shares how the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program lifts the financial hurdle from so many students interested in pursuing the health professions. ---------- Join our online communities to receive early access to the podcasts, ask questions about preparing for professional school, and receive information directly from …
 
Vincent Brown is Charles Warren Professor of American History and Professor of African and African American Studies. He directs the History Design Studio and teaches courses in Atlantic history, African diaspora studies, and the history of slavery in the Americas. Brown is the author of The Reaper’s Garden: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic …
 
Peter Beinart teaches national reporting and opinion writing at the Newmark J-School and political science at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is editor-at-large for Jewish Currents, a CNN political commentator, and a fellow at the Foundation for Middle East Peace. He is also a nonfiction author and former Rhodes Scholar. His first book, “The Good Figh…
 
Lead Into It will be taking a break for the summer! Listen to this episode to learn why and to learn a great metaphor for how to juggle the important things in life. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Looking for a thoughtful and fun gift? Visit greetabl.com/leadintoit - use code LEADINTOIT to get …
 
In 1844, Philadelphia, a hub for Irish immigration to the United States, witnessed a series of violent Nativist riots that targeted Irish Americans and Roman Catholic churches. In our season finale, Zachary Schrag discusses the events leading up to the Philadelphia Nativists Riots of 1844, who was there, and how it fits into the broader history of …
 
The month of May happens to be both Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Mental Health Month. The current period has been one of tragedy, hope and ongoing tension for Asians in the U.S. Since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in early 2020, Asians have been frequently scapegoated as bringers of contagion. More recently, a spate of …
 
It's time for a coffee break! Take a break with a short clip of previous Lead Into It episodes--short enough for your coffee break and energizes you for the rest of the day. During this coffee break, listen to part of Episode 10: Setting Expectations and Building Teams with Derek Whisenhunt. In this part of the episode, Derek shares steps on how to…
 
It’s well established that children with histories of abuse demonstrate higher levels of depression, conduct disorder, PTSD, impaired social functioning and other problems. This is deeply entangled with how we discipline them. On this special episode of Into the Fold, we are teaming up with fellow member of the Texas Podcast Network, Marc Airhart, …
 
From the people who brought you “The Orange Tree,” “35” tells the stories about Texas beyond the stereotypes. Instead, you’ll hear stories about Texas you don’t already know — through a road trip along Texas’ main artery, Interstate 35. Subscribe to "35" here: https://thedragaudio.com/show/35/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-orange-…
 
In this week's episode, I sit down with Ron Carucci, Managing Partner at Navalent, to talk about his new book, To Be Honest: The Power of Truth, Justice and Purpose. We talk in-depth about the conditions in which people will tell the truth, be fair, serve a greater good, and in what conditions do organizations create an environment where people wil…
 
Physical punishment, or spanking, is widely practiced in the U.S. and around the world, although it appears to be decreasing. Parents, caregivers and school administrators who use it say the goal is to prevent unwanted behaviors and teach children to make better choices. But does it actually work? And what long term effects does it have on the phys…
 
The term “vaccine hesitancy” is all the rage—but does it adequately explain what is going on in the minds of those who are “hesitant” to get the COVID-19 vaccine? By focusing on the hesitancy of individuals, do we risk losing sight of fundamental problems of access, equity, and trust? This episode features two interviews with experts whose work str…
 
It's time for a coffee break! Take a break with a short clip of previous Lead Into It episodes--short enough for your coffee break and energizes you for the rest of the day. **Happy Mother's Day!** During this coffee break, listen to part of Episode 8: Leading as a Mom with Keri Atkinson, where she talks about how she saw how important it was to se…
 
Cass R. Sunstein is currently the Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard. He is the founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School. In 2018, he received the Holberg Prize from the government of Norway, sometimes described as the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for law and the humanities. I…
 
Image that you are four years old and it’s almost time for your birthday. What do you want? Well, an L.O.L. doll, isn’t it obvious! In this episode Abby lets us know all about L.O.L. dolls, just in case you are new to the world of surprise toys. It’s not only a lesson in English, it’s a lesson in what’s hot and cool in the world of young little gir…
 
I'm so excited to have Marisa on the show again! This time, we talk about her new book, Own Your Authority: Follow Your Instincts, Radiate Confidence, and Communicate as a Leader People Trust. We also talk about what it means to own your authority, trust your gut and have self-leadership. Marisa is a former IT Executive on Wall Street who has over …
 
For most people, any type of cleaning is an ordeal. Even worse when you have to face organizing your closet and deal with all those clothes and accessories that you have accumulated for years. But when you do this with your sister, it’s so much easier, even fun. And, oh, what a nice feeling to see a clean, well-organized closet! Dialogue A: Ai, meu…
 
Historians argue that several versions of the group known as the Ku Klux Klan or KKK have existed since its inception after the Civil War. But, what makes the Klan of the 1920s different from the others? Linda Gordon, the winner of two Bancroft Prizes and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, writes in The Second Coming of the KKK The Ku Klux Klan: of …
 
"Your test prep begins when you take courses that cover topics assessed in the admissions tests." Petros Minasi and Jessica Peterson from Kaplan Test Prep walk us through how the DAT and MCAT create questions using the "languages from your science courses." While the advice to prepare early and being ready for your test are covered, we discuss larg…
 
It is no longer “news” that the pandemic has devastated the restaurant industry. Here in Austin, dozens of iconic restaurants and venues did not make it through 2020. For the establishments that did survive, workers in the service industry face the daily stress of managing mask and social distancing mandates, dealing with recalcitrant customers, an…
 
It's time for a coffee break! Take a break with a short clip of previous Lead Into It episodes--short enough for your coffee break and energizes you for the rest of the day. During this coffee break, listen to part of Episode 15: Communicating with Intention with Marisa Santoro. In this part of the episode, Marisa explains how to effectively use th…
 
Ije Ikoku Okeke, CFO of Abuja Electricity Distribution Company, on decentralizing energy in urban and rural Nigeria, micro-grids, and their biggest technology barrier.Show notes and transcript:https://energy.mit.edu/podcast/37Sign up for notifications of new episodes:https://energy.mit.edu/podcast/signup…
 
Dr. Kate Dayton and Dr. Kathryn Horn discuss the inaugural class of University of Houston College of Medicine and share how unique learning communities help customize the journey for their medical students. We dig into their curriculum to understand how UH COM stands on its own among other medical schools. Links referenced: Learning Communities Whi…
 
Michael Eric Dyson is a renowned scholar, ordained Baptist minister, and public intellectual born in Detroit, Michigan. His innovative scholarship, combining cultural criticism and biography, focuses on race, religion, popular culture, and contemporary issues in the African American community. Dyson’s most recent book is April 4, 1968: Martin Luthe…
 
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