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Higher Ed Now
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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
 
Shamanic Freedom Radio is presented by Opaquelens, an anomalous oddball, who is anarchic in his podcast presentation style(s), whilst being proactive and spontaneous when it comes to ideas for each episode. The only thing consistent about this podcast is that it’s aimed towards those who have experienced a primal shamanic calling of their own, as oppose to those who study shamanism academically or anthropologically.Previous guests include Rupert Sheldrake, Neil Kramer, Graham Hancock, Bruce ...
 
Shamanic Freedom Radio is presented by Opaquelens, an anomalous oddball, who is anarchic in his podcast presentation style(s), whilst being proactive and spontaneous when it comes to ideas for each episode. The only thing consistent about this podcast is that it’s aimed towards those who have experienced a primal shamanic calling of their own, as oppose to those who study shamanism academically or anthropologically.Previous guests include Rupert Sheldrake, Neil Kramer, Graham Hancock, Bruce ...
 
Faith for the Journey is a devotional broadcast that seeks to encourage people in their faith. This broadcast shows the importance of building our lives on the Word of God, choosing to trust God in every situation, and by doing so, experiencing grace, freedom, peace, joy, hope and life more abundantly. Knowing God and allowing Him to work in your life will change you for the better. He offers "purpose for the pain, strength for the struggle, and faith for the fight." The more you know Him an ...
 
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Insatiable
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Are you fed up with food? Disgusted by diets? Bitter about the whole body-beauty industry? This is *not* another weight-loss program. Host Ali Shapiro, Founder of Truce With Food, dedicated academic, and well-known integrated health expert, shares a more truthful approach to freedom from cravings, emotional eating, bingeing, bargaining, and other diet derailments. Join Ali for interviews, practical advice, and radically honest discussions about food, truth, psychology and change.
 
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CryptoScam
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Welcome to CryptoScam. This podcast was inspired by all the questionable projects and tokens that were introduced to world once Bitcoin paved the value for value transfer decentralization. For about an hour, a carefully selected Co-Host and I will provide out opinions of the Token, Project or Concept we feel are important for people just starting to learn the ins and outs of the Financial Technology space. There will also be many episodes dealing with other interesting topics outside of the ...
 
The Castan Centre is a world-renowned academic centre using its human rights expertise to create a more just world where human rights are respected and protected, allowing people to pursue their lives in freedom and with dignity.
 
Sumo Hacks offers curated resources, stories and how-tos to accelerate in all walks of life. Inspired by the principles of meta-learing – the process by which learners become aware of and increasingly in control of their habits, perception, learning, and growth – Sumo Hacks features immersive life hacking guides, dynamic storytelling, and curation of top-rated tools. Founded by a prolific Internet entrepreneur, speaker, and author Matthew Capala, Sumo Hacks was launched with a mission to equ ...
 
You Need to Shut Up is a podcast created by me, Dr Jacqui Hoepner. I’m a researcher, writer, science communicator and policy analyst from Canberra, Australia.YNTSU came out of my PhD research, in which I interviewed academics whose work had been attacked, silenced or constrained in some way. I wanted to know why their work was considered so dangerous, particularly as they thought they’d done ‘all the right things.’ They’d ticked all the boxes: ethics clearance, funding applications, peer rev ...
 
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While teaching Physics and Astronomy as an assistant professor in upstate New York, Krishna Kant Shukla decided to quit academics and follow his heart and soul deep into the fathomless waters of Indian Classical Music. Having studied with great maestros like Srimati Laxmi Shankar, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, and Dr. Tapan Bhattacharya, he returned to ...…
 
Create the culture, add a great service, and you have a recipe for success. In this episode of The ROI Podcast, listen to Counterpart's Chief Strategy Officer, Drew Linn, on how their culture and innovation has helped them become one of the most successful software development companies in Indianapolis. Show Notes: (The ROI Podcast Music) Shane ...…
 
Episode Notes Tenure is a big part of academic life – supporters say it promotes academic freedom and provides job security. It’s typically awarded through departments, and some Northwestern program heads are making a push to change that. Jakob Lazzaro found out why. Further reading: The Daily Northwestern’s In Focus on tenure and foreign langu ...…
 
AUTHOR. (Photo: "We are pretty sure now that the communists wanted peace, not because of a two-year stalemate on the ground, but to get airpower off their back." Gen. O.P. Weyland, Far East Air Forces Commander Facing increasing UN air power pressure, the communists finally signed a ceasefire on July 27, 1953, ending the fighting in Korea. The ...…
 
AUTHOR. (Photo: "We are pretty sure now that the communists wanted peace, not because of a two-year stalemate on the ground, but to get airpower off their back." Gen. O.P. Weyland, Far East Air Forces Commander Facing increasing UN air power pressure, the communists finally signed a ceasefire on July 27, 1953, ending the fighting in Korea. The ...…
 
AUTHOR. (Photo: English: During the Korean War, Koreans from Hamhung identify the bodies of some 300 political prisoners who were killed by the North Korean Army by being forced into caves which were subsequently sealed off so that they died of suffocation. October 19, 1950. Lt. Winslow. (Army) NARA FILE #: 111-SC-351359 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: ...…
 
AUTHOR. (Photo: English: During the Korean War, Koreans from Hamhung identify the bodies of some 300 political prisoners who were killed by the North Korean Army by being forced into caves which were subsequently sealed off so that they died of suffocation. October 19, 1950. Lt. Winslow. (Army) NARA FILE #: 111-SC-351359 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: ...…
 
A world-first human rights tracker, developed by a Wellington economist, has shown Australia is ranking worse than New Zealand in certain human rights performances.
 
Some of the topics we covered in this conversation… Stories of successfully parenting a Highly Sensitive Child What is differential susceptibility? How to pivot the focus from what’s wrong about HSP’s, to what’s right about us How to get back in touch with our intuition How Highly Sensitive animals are usually leaders (story about horses) Why i ...…
 
Cyber Radicalisation: The Effects of Modern Technology on Political Extremism Panel Moderator: Dr Yvan Guichaoua David Ibsen, executive director for the Counter Extremism Project Adeline Hulin, Poject coordinator of EU- UNESCO funded project on Media Accountability and Freedom of expression Tommasso Virgili, European Foundation for Democracy ** ...…
 
Goren Gordon directs the Curiosity Lab at Tel Aviv University. His background and approach is truly multi-disciplinary: Goren holds six academic degrees, including two PhDs, but none of them are strictly in computer science. We talk about his journey from quantum physics to social robotics, how he chooses which ideas to pursue, and how he advis ...…
 
Free speech is under attack at colleges and universities today, with critics on and off campus challenging the value of open inquiry and freewheeling intellectual debate. Too often speakers are shouted down, professors are threatened, and classes are disrupted. Constitutional scholar Keith E. Whittington argues that universities must protect an ...…
 
Episode 19: Personal Finance for High Schoolers Featuring: Reid Simpson, Financial Advisor Mentor Bio: Reid Simpson is a Partner & Investment Professional at Sunstone Financial based in Phoenix, Arizona. Reid graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Finance & Economics degree from Grand Canyon University. His passion led him to become the President of ...…
 
FOUNDATIONAL FRAMEWORK. PART 32 Foundational Truths: The Bible is God’s self-revelation. God is the Eternal, Sovereign Creator; all that He creates is good. Man is a responsible agent, held to a moral standard. Sin originates within a person, separating us from God. God declares one righteous by faith alone, apart from works. Between the death ...…
 
Let’s be real: writing is hard. We’ve written and rewritten this intro seven times. Taking on any new challenge or project that requires deep thought, passion, and creativity, can push us outside of our comfort zones. It can make us feel anxious about succeeding—but it can also force us to grow and take on new challenges. In this episode, Erika ...…
 
Home About Ministries News and Events Sermons Contact Anxious Living [avia_codeblock_placeholder uid="12"] Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share by Mail How did this message impact you? Share your testimony Private Manuscript: Introduction: How many of you consider yourself a worrier? How many of you consi ...…
 
“We hear, in the media and in comments by politicians, a lot of very glib statements that oversimplify China, that suggest all of China is one thing or one way,” says Michael Szonyi, a professor of Chinese history and director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. China, of course, is as complicated as — if not more ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Michael Ignatieff | A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the popular will. Universities are under new pressures from populist politicians. How should these pressures be resisted? Born in Canada, educated at the University of Toronto and Harvard, ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Michael Ignatieff | A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the popular will. Universities are under new pressures from populist politicians. How should these pressures be resisted? Born in Canada, educated at the University of Toronto and Harvard, ...…
 
Jess & Jamal interview Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi about the recent outcome of a lawsuit targeting her and San Francisco State University. This is part one of a series of interviews focusing on racism, Islamophobia and attacks on academic freedom on several college campuses across the United States.By jd@jamaldajani.com.
 
2 Corinthians 3:7-18 January 21, 2018 preached by Jared Wilson Download Time of Reflection Quotations “What a man is alone on his knees before God, that he is, and no more.” ~ Robert Murray M’Cheyne (1813-1843), Scottish minister “An ordinary simple Christian kneels down to say his prayers. He is trying to get into touch with God. But if he is ...…
 
Listen to a podcast about embracing the end-of-life? Our natural reaction is to quickly flip to another page. But not so fast. In our culture we deny what we don’t understand, and nowhere is this more obvious than in how we deal with death and dying. We try very hard to pretend that it doesn’t exist. When our pretensions break down we do everyt ...…
 
Looking at the Berkeley campus protests that made national news in 2017, and then back to the birth of the Free Speech Movement there in 1964, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Goldman School of Public Policy Dean Henry E. Brady engage on what free speech, hate speech and academic freedom mean on today's university campuses. Series: "Rich ...…
 
Looking at the Berkeley campus protests that made national news in 2017, and then back to the birth of the Free Speech Movement there in 1964, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Goldman School of Public Policy Dean Henry E. Brady engage on what free speech, hate speech and academic freedom mean on today's university campuses. Series: "Rich ...…
 
Looking at the Berkeley campus protests that made national news in 2017, and then back to the birth of the Free Speech Movement there in 1964, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Goldman School of Public Policy Dean Henry E. Brady engage on what free speech, hate speech and academic freedom mean on today's university campuses. Series: "Rich ...…
 
Looking at the Berkeley campus protests that made national news in 2017, and then back to the birth of the Free Speech Movement there in 1964, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Goldman School of Public Policy Dean Henry E. Brady engage on what free speech, hate speech and academic freedom mean on today's university campuses. Series: "Rich ...…
 
Rabbi Kariv provides a candid look into the social, political and religious life of Reform Judaism in Israel.Rabbi Gilad Kariv is a Reform leader and attorney in Israel, serving as the Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism (IMRPJ).Rabbi Kariv was born and educated in Tel-Aviv. His involvement with the Refo ...…
 
Joseph Muench, better known as "Pharmacy Joe" is a doctor of pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. He is the author of “A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies,” host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Pharmacy Podcast, and creator of an online Hospital Pharmacy Academy Check him out at these links: For t ...…
 
Bio Carmen Scurato (@carmenscurato) is Vice President, Policy and General Counsel at the National Hispanic Media Coalition, where she leads NHMC's policy and government affairs office in Washington, D.C. She is responsible for developing policy and legal strategies that encourage open and affordable communications, innovation, competition, and ...…
 
Opening session - Riding waves of change Part 3 Play the Game 2017, 26 November 2017, 14.00-18.00 Chair: James Corbett, James M. Dorsey, Academic, Journalist, Syndicated Columnist, Blogger, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies / Institute of Fan Culture / The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer, Singapore/ Germany/Morocco James Corbe ...…
 
This week, we speak with Robert Francis from Johns Hopkins. Robert is a doctoral student whose fieldwork engages white, rural men who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. His most recent findings are forthcoming in Socius. Also, we discuss Prince Harry’s engagement to Meghan Markle, charges of data falsification in France, and the case ...…
 
I haven’t had an episode focused on my own reflections about unschooling in a while, so I thought I’d do that this week. I decided to share five of my blog posts that have really resonated with readers over the years. Here are descriptions and links to the blog posts: Who Am I and What Makes Me Tick? Why is it important to explore what makes us ...…
 
Simon helps high-achieving professionals to connect, influence and inspire through the spoken word – when presenting, pitching and in key meetings. A multiple, international award-winning speaker, Simon was a Finalist in the 2017 World Championship of Public Speaking in Vancouver, Canada – placing 2nd out of more than 30,000 speakers across the ...…
 
Transcript: Our next speaker is Dr. Karen Swallow Prior. If you are on Christian Twitter, you've probably bumped into her. She is very present there. She's also the author of several books. My first book of hers that I read that I really loved, was her memoir, Booked, her personal journey through literature and faith. It's a beautifully written ...…
 
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