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Welcome to Surgery 101, a series of podcasts produced with the help of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The podcasts are intended to serve as brief introductions or reviews of surgical topics for medical students. We've aimed to cover a single topic in between 10-20 minutes so that you can quickly get a good idea of the basic concepts involved. Every episode is divided into chapters and concludes with several key points to summarize the topic. We are always keen to receive your ...
 
Raising awareness about mental health, disability and access in higher education. We hope to highlight the humanness of people with disabilities and health challenges, as well as provide resources related to teaching and learning. New episodes posted every other Wednesday at 12pm central. More at www.stereotype.life. #breakthestereotype #endthestigma
 
McKinsey Recruiting is a podcast is all about informing you about who we are, what we do, and about our recruiting process. We want to bring clarity in a way that is easy to digest. We know you have a lot on your plate so we want to take some of the work out of recruiting. In each episode we will do a deep dive on frequently asked questions to get you the information in which you are interested. Tune in to get an insider's view of McKinsey, hear us explain common misconceptions, and get to k ...
 
In the Spring Semester of 2017, 15 Yale students decided to make a podcast—after all, the only thing Yale students enjoy more than hearing themselves talk is making the entire Internet hear them talk. The podcast was a class project for English 471, taught by Mark Oppenheimer, but soon became a labor of love that transcended traditional academic activities. It’s a podcast full of Yale stories. It’s not just about the privileged lives of some elitist undergrads—though you’ll inevitably hear a ...
 
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 ...
 
The Clinical Radiology podcasts include in-depth interviews with selected authors of papers published in recent editions of the journal. The aim is to meet the people behind the science and gain their own unique perspective on the most important research impacting on diagnostic imaging. Listen to these interviews on your chosen device at your convenience - commuting to work, at your desk, while out jogging or in the gym!
 
We are seeing an unprecedented wave of innovation resources that are empowering young entrepreneurs to create with (1) higher fidelity, (2) lower cost, and (3) greater speed than ever before. The Next Frontier podcast and blog series, breaks down this complex web of innovation empowerment infrastructure and explores precisely where to find these resources and how can efficiently and effectively utilize each of them.
 
The Pre-PT Grind Podcast is designed to help empower, motivate, educate and guide future physical therapy students. Each episode will capture valuable insights through the experiences of current DPT students and recent graduates. Embark on this journey with us as we help you [D]ecide, [P]repare, and [T]ransform the world.
 
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 building the right college list, getting admitted to the colleges on your list; how to pay for college, and even choosing the right career. Each week, in order, we will discuss a hot college admissions article; we will shares insights from the college admission book, "171 Answers: To The Most- ...
 
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In this episode of AskPsychSessions, Marianne chats with Sharda Umanath from Claremont McKenna. They discuss the shift to remote undergraduate supervision and then discuss why the Career award from NSF is a good fit for those in a faculty role with a teaching focus.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
In this episode you will hear: (07:10) In this week’s news segment, an article from The Washington Post “Top colleges should grow, rather than crow about rejecting nearly everyone” by Jay Matthews. Matthews shares what he considers the most compelling reasons Jeff Selingo gives for colleges to consider serious reform against rigid admissions criter…
 
In this podcast, Gaurav Talwar highlights some recent advances in the medical and surgical management of patients with inflammatory bowel disease. I will build on the concepts introduced by Dr. White and Dr. Bistritz in their 2012 seven lecture series on IBD, so please be sure to listen to those podcasts as well. By the end of this podcast, you sho…
 
“On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, co-founder Joses Ngugi talks about the fear of most pre-PTs, how to combat that fear, and how to lock in as a DPT applicant! Follow us on Anchor! https://anchor.fm/pre-pt-grind Ask us your questions! - Send a Voice message. Instructions Click here: https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-V…
 
About This Episode Prescott Paulin is a Marine Corps Veteran, entrepreneur, and United States Defense Innovator. We dive deep into how and why Prescott built the Defense Innovation Network to help companies improve their technology to benefit our military. Prescott also explains how thought models - John Boyd’s OODA Loop, Design Thinking, and many …
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne speaks with Julie-Ann Scott-Pollack from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. They discuss how the performance of stories can help us build a more inclusive classroom as well as how to find the right boundaries within it.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
In this episode you will hear: (05:02) In this week’s news segment, an article from The Wall Street Journal, “U.S. Medical School Applications Soar in COVID-19 Era” by Patrick Thomas. The pandemic has placed a spotlight on the healthcare industry and medical schools are reporting record numbers in applications. Prospective students have shared reas…
 
On this episode we interview Dr. Mason West on his Journey as a physical Therapist working with athletes and confronting racial discrimination. Tune in to hear more! Follow us on Anchor! https://anchor.fm/pre-pt-grind Ask us your questions! - Send a Voice message. Instructions Click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-Voice-m…
 
“On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, co-founders Joses Ngugi and Casey Coleman go over the ways that over/ underestimation can be at the heart of many problems in the process of applying and getting into PT school. They discuss how using the assessment of over/underestimation may allow students to truly change the game for their own pre-PT…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Roxanne Sullivan from Bellevue University in Bellevue, NE. Roxanne has taught at BU for 38 years. Much of her inspiration came from her role model mother, first to serve on a local school board and declared that Roxanne will earn at least a master's degree. Roxanne shares poignantly her experiences of gender discrimi…
 
On this episode, Katie is joined by Jesse Nelson, the Associate Provost for Academic Achievement at Oregon State University. He holds a doctorate in Education Policy Studies from Indiana University and an M.B.A. from Oregon State University. Professionally, he has worked at the University of Utah, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, …
 
In this episode you will hear: (08:41) In this week’s news segment, an article from Insider Higher Ed, “2020 Survey of Admissions Leaders: A Mess of a Year” by Scott Jaschik. A new Gallup survey reveals heightened concerns among colleges and universities meeting their enrollment goals that was already difficult prior to COVID-19. (39:38) We’re in c…
 
About This Episode In this episode of the Next Frontier Podcast, Dan Kuschell shares unique insights into the psychology and marketing of entrepreneurship and innovation. We dive deep into mental models for succeeding as an entrepreneur, tools that Dan uses to thrive as a Dad and sports coach, and how Dan became an expert copywriter. Finally, Dan d…
 
In this episode you will hear: (13:34) In this week’s news segment, an article from the Washington Post, “College applicants will make the pandemic a focus of their admissions essays. Should they?” by Valerie Strauss. Students may be compelled to use the pandemic as the central theme of their essays however, two college admissions experts provide a…
 
On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, Podcast Director Natalie and Dr.Tim Noteboom, dean and program director of South College DPT program, discuss what he looks for in an applicant and what physical therapy programs are searching for in a Pre-PT student's application. He discusses the experience of an accelerated hybrid program where you ca…
 
The controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes is finally (slowly) falling at the University of Oxford, and Black Lives Matter protests have started or accelerated similar discussions in many other institutions. However, UK universities are still steeped in a legacy of colonialism and White privilege. In this podcast, I discuss with Mia Liyanage who rece…
 
In this episode Eric interviewed Mark Ware from Creighton University in Omaha, NE. Retiring in 2008, Mark served Creighton for 40 years. As a new faculty member, he shares his struggle to balance being a husband, starting a family, and starting a career. At Creighton, he was present for the pivot from teaching-focus to more emphasis on undergraduat…
 
On this episode, Katie is joined by Asao B. Inoue, Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Director of University Writing and the Writing Center at the University of Washington Tacoma, a member of the Executive Board of Council of Writing Program Administrators, and the Program Chair of the 2018 Conference on College Composition and Commu…
 
What is the purpose of the McKinsey’s LGBTQ+ network GLAM? How does McKinsey introduce inclusion into the workplace and how can someone show support for LGBTQ+ colleagues? Tune in and find answers to these questions and more in our latest McKinsey Recruiting Podcast episode, with Ellis Griffith. Ellis Griffith is McKinsey’s people function leader f…
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna Ropp interviews Amy Moors from Chapman University about an exercise she created to teach students about inter-rater reliability and observational definitions. Students also learn a bit about sexual harassment in this exercise, making it appropriate for a research methods course or a course related to gender.…
 
In this episode you will hear: (10:05) In this week’s news segment, an article from listwithclever.com, “Reality Check: Exploring Unrealistic Undergraduate Salary Expectations”, by Thomas O’Shaughnessy. Recent graduates are entering the workforce and facing a rude awakening as to what their early and mid-career salaries are actually panning out to …
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne chats with Bethany Fleck and Chris Garris from Metropolitan State University-Denver about student responses to the Spring 2020 pivot to online learning; If faculty take on one new behavior during these times, it should be increased flexibility.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
About This Episode This wide-ranging conversation with Eswar Anandapadmanaban takes us from his roots winning the Google Science Fair, to studying at the Massachusettes Institute of Technology where he invested time in a wide range of projects and internship experiences (at companies including NASDAQ and IDEO), through his award-winning mixed reali…
 
In this episode you will hear: (06:43) In this week’s news segment, an article from San Francisco Chronicle, “Judge bars University of California from all use of SAT,ACT scores in admissions”, by Bob Egelko. The University of CA already stopped requiring applicants to take the SAT and ACT, but a judge recently ruled that they must now stop allowing…
 
Dr. Krista Grensavitch on authority, identity, and unknowability in feminist pedagogy, incorporating objects into teaching and learning, and its intersections with disability studies. How would you define feminist pedagogy? What might this look like in the classroom? What is intersectional feminism? How do we consider intersectionality and make the…
 
“On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, co-founder Joses Ngugi and Dr.Molly Hart talk about what she did in her undergraduate and PT studies to come out without any debt! She talks about scholarships, loans, and free money and where to look to find the right resources to help you pay for your school in full! Tune in to hear more! Follow us on…
 
In this episode, Garth interviews Trevor Packer from The College Board in New York, New York. Trevor shares the origins of advanced placement and how its secondary benefit was earning college credits faster. Serving underrepresented and low-income groups with AP opportunities has become a major focus with documented success. Trevor's personal colle…
 
On this episode, guest host Dr. Mary Ellen Dello Stritto is joined by Stephania Fregosi, Sustainability Analyst at Portland Community College. In her role, Stephania completes greenhouse gas inventories, the Sustainability, Tracking, and Rating system report, does research, and provides other support for the college. She earned her Master’s Degree …
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna talks with Andrea Francis from Albion College about her research on retrieval practice and the testing effect. The article they discuss can be found at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1475725720924872By Anna Ropp, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Marianne Lloyd
 
In this episode you will hear: (09:13) In this week’s news segment, an article from US News and World Report, “A Guide to Virtual College Admissions Tools”, by Josh Moody. Virtual tours, chatbots and Zoom calls with admissions officers all offer ways for applicants to engage. The coronavirus caused colleges and universities to quickly ramp up their…
 
In this episode you will hear: (06:04) In this week’s news segment, an article from Inside Higher Ed, “The Return of the Campus Tour”, by Scott Jaschik. There are some in-person campus tours that are back in operation – though with several new rules to preserve the safety of visitors. Mark and Dave discuss how to navigate yourself through the new w…
 
Having lupus, the perception of attendance and the accessibility of Dungeons & Dragons for training with Chrissy Mackey. How can we better support students who suffer from chronic autoimmune diseases? How does it affect attendance? What policies could instructors put in place in the syllabus so students could show how they are engaged in the course…
 
In this episode Garth and Eric celebrate the centennial, 100th episode of PsychSessions. With the assistance of Special Guest Host Sue Frantz, PsychSessions hosted a live Zoom studio audience where attendees asked Garth and Eric questions in the chat box and Sue served as moderator during the live recording. The overarching theme of the evening was…
 
Student Yasmin Valji discusses chest tube insertion and removal. After listening to this episode, learners will be able to: A) List the indications for chest tube insertion B) Describe the proper positioning and insertion technique for tube thoracostomy C) List the complications of chest tube insertion D) Describe the mechanism how the chest draina…
 
On this episode, guest host Dr. Mary Ellen Dello Stritto, is joined by Stephen Jenkins. Stephen is the Interim Executive Director of University Housing and Dining Services at Oregon State University. He has 18 years of experience in higher education student affairs at several institutions. Stephen recently completed his Doctorate of Education in Ed…
 
On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, co-founder Joses Ngugi discusses the reality of building the heart of a Pre-PT into a future DPT. Do you have the heart of a Pre-PT? Tune in to hear more! Follow us on Anchor! https://anchor.fm/pre-pt-grind Ask us your questions! - Send a Voice message. Instructions Click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/e…
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna Ropp talks with Cari Alvarez and Melanie Domenech Rodríguez from Utah State University about their research on whether there are differences in cultural competence between students who take multicultural psychology online or in-person. Their research could inform how instructors teach cultural competence for…
 
In this episode you will hear: (05:29) In this week’s news segment, an article from Forbes, “Higher Education’s Very Bad Week: NC and Michigan State Pivot, Notre Dame Pauses, and Protests Mount”, by Michael Nietzel. Universities found themselves on a swift pivot to online learning after hundreds of students tested positive for COVID-19 upon returni…
 
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