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Beyond the Blue Badge

Microsoft Alumni Network

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Beyond the Blue Badge - by the Microsoft Alumni Network Microsoft Stories that Inform and Inspire This podcast features alumni who are leaders in business, careers and philanthropy as they talk about lessons learned, overcoming obstacles, finding their bliss and thriving post-Microsoft.
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Birds Up Podcast

Yvonne Addison, Jacob Cavazos, Cynde Bard, Andrew Addison, Steven Woodall, UTSA Alumni Association

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The UTSA Alumni Association's Birds Up Podcast features conversations with alumni and special guests who have a unique story to tell about their time at UTSA, unique career path, and lessons learned along the way. Our alumni nest is full of dedicated, passionate, and loyal Roadrunners who are eager to share their stories. Ready, Rowdy and Relevant. Listen Up. Volume Up. Birds Up!
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OzAlum Podcast

Australia Global Alumni in Indonesia

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Do you ever wonder how Australian alumni have gone on to achieve success after studying in Australia? Now you have the chance to find out as our alumni share unique stories about their experiences, knowledge and networks gained while in Australia that have helped them most in their journeys and key intersections of opportunity and alumni connections that have propelled them to where they are today. We have some talented alumni guest hosts lining up for exclusive interviews with our guests. L ...
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Proud to BU

Boston University Alumni Association

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Incredible Stories. Unique Careers. Proud Alumni. The Proud to BU podcast showcases the career journeys of some of Boston University’s most interesting and accomplished alumni. Inspiring BU grads share the highs, the lows, and the challenges they’ve overcome along their journeys from Comm Ave to innovative careers, providing listeners with unique perspectives and fresh ideas as they navigate their own professional development. No matter where your path takes you, be Proud to BU!
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TFAS has reached more than 46,000 students and professionals through their academic programs, fellowships and seminars. Representing more than 140 countries, TFAS alumni are courageous leaders throughout the world – forging careers in politics, government, public policy, business, philanthropy, law and the media. Join TFAS President, Roger Ream, as he reconnects with these outstanding alumni to share experiences, swap career stories, and find out what makes their leadership journey unique. T ...
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The Northeastern Next podcast showcases the stories, talents, and thoughtful insights of our university’s current and future alumni. In each episode, we will learn about their journey and hear what they plan to achieve next.
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From Here Forward shares stories and ideas about amazing things UBC and its alumni are doing around the world. It covers people and places, truths, science, art, and accomplishments with the view that sharing better inspires better. Join hosts Carol Eugene Park and Jeevan Sangha, both UBC grads, in exploring solutions for the negative stuff out there — focussing on the good for a change, from here forward.
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UAB Green and Told

University of Alabama at Birmingham

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UAB Green & Told is a biweekly podcast that shares the stories from members of the UAB community. Through Green & Told, the UAB Office of Alumni Affairs will sit down with alumni, faculty, students and others. Hosted and produced by Greg Berry, Assistant Director of Communications and Governmental Relations, the podcast brings each guest's unique UAB perspective to those who listen in.
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Hawk to Hawk Podcast

University of Hartford Office of Development and Alumni Affairs

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This is the official University of Hartford Alumni Podcast! Season one features alumni interviews with host Abe Hefter, who is an Applied Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media at the University of Hartford. Season two continues to share stories of UHart Hawk Alums who spread their wings and work to better their community with host Eden Fritz Aguiar, who is a Graduate Student and Teaching Intern in the School of Communication. Check out this podcast to see what UHart Hawks do once they ...
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Welcome to "Roots and Branches: Pinewood Alumni Podcast" Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through the remarkable stories and accomplishments of Pinewood alumni. Through heartfelt conversations and cherished memories, the series delves into the lasting impact of a Pinewood education. From heartwarming tales of enduring friendships to awe-inspiring accounts of professional growth, each episode celebrates the enduring legacy of Pinewood. The series is hosted by Pinewood’s Director ...
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"Engage With Colby!" Podcast Series

Pam Salokangas, Assoc. Director of Engagement, Colby College

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Join us for this series that focuses on Colby College Faculty and their research and community projects and on Colby College Alumni and the great things they are doing in the world! Be prepared for some great stories you may not have heard before as we highlight Faculty and Alumni once a month. Occasionally, we will sprinkle in some news from Mayflower Hill!
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Mets PR Legend of 40 years and current V.P. of alumni relations and team historian, Jay Horwitz, talks to some of the most interesting people he can find. Amazin’ Conversations is a weekly opportunity for listeners to not only hear stories from Mets alumni you would never get anywhere else, but interviews with some incredible people outside the world of baseball.
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InterVarsity World Changers

The InterVarsity Alumni Relations Team

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We all know that everyone wants to change the world. But what does it mean to be a world changer? During our time in InterVarsity, we learn that a World Changer is defined by a life committed to loving God, his Word, his people, and his purposes. Through the InterVarsity World Changers podcast, we are celebrating stories of God's world-changing work in and through alumni like you. These stories will encourage and inspire you as you join God in your context and continue your own journey as a ...
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BFA Life Podcast

Black Forest Academy

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In this podcast, Josh and Elisa seek to unpack the realities of BFA culture, life, and influence as they dialogue with students, staff, parents, and alumni. Join the conversation by writing to us: communications@bfacademy.de
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Get ready to dive into the heart of the Xavier University experience! Our new parent and family podcast is your backstage pass to insider stories, invaluable tips and exclusive conversations with Xavier faculty, staff, students and alumni. Join us on this journey to explore our vibrant Xavier community!
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On CougarTales: The Podcast we follow the adventures of the incredible students, faculty, and alumni of the Brigham Young University Executive MBA program. We highlight the achievements and backgrounds of our guests as they share their unique stories and what led us all to BYU. We’ll also talk with friends of BYU not directly associated with the program to learn, grow, and expand our network. Join us on our journey as we enter to learn and go forth to serve.
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Owl Have You Know is Rice Business’ podcast created to share the experiences of alumni, faculty, students and other members of our business community – real stories of belonging, failing, rebounding and, ultimately, succeeding. During meaningful conversations, we dive deep into how each guest has built success through troubles and triumphs before, during and after they set foot in McNair Hall. The Owl Have You Know Podcast is a production of Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business ...
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inspired by the 100th year of Buggy, we set out to interview characters and collect some of the best stories from the sport's 100 years. Created and hosted by Will Weiner, we speak to a range of alumni from all sorts of teams, staff, BAA and more. This podcast is produced by Rachael Schmitt, and brought to you by the Buggy Alumni Association. The intro music is used from the Free Music Archive and is the song Hotshot by Scott Holmes
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The People of Penn State

Penn State Alumni Association

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On each episode of The People of Penn State, you’ll hear Penn Staters talking about what they are passionate about, and you can feel the pride and the power of the Penn State network. You can find the podcast episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your podcast platform of choice. You can also check out the video version on YouTube. Subscribe and give us a rating on whatever platform you use. Ratings and reviews help others find these great stories. WE ARE!
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Each week we bring you the best stories from around the Wabash community. From professors and alumni, to coaches, administrators, and current students, the podcast format allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussion about the issues surrounding Wabash College. Verging on inspirational, it’s our job to find, and sometimes uncover, the amazing stories that surface from individuals whose lives have been positively enriched from being at Wabash.
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We interview leaders across industries to see what drives and inspires them. Our goal is to humanize the person/business behind the successAmong recurring topics:-What Leaders are Inspired By-Leadership in sports and marketing with NASCAR driver Bryant Barnhill-Teal Today: A spotlight on successful Coastal Carolina University faculty, students, alumni, and other affiliates
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Cedarville Stories

Cedarville University

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Cedarville Stories podcast shares the stories of individuals who have been impacted from their experiences at Cedarville University, all for God's glory. Each week you’ll hear unique stories of how Cedarville’s mission of transforming lives through excellent education and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority is being lived out in the lives of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends of the University. Listen in each Wednesday and be blessed by some of the amazing ...
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The Camp Voyageur Podcast

Alex Kvanli, John Burgman

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Co-hosts Alex Kvanli and John Burgman discuss all-things related to Camp Voyageur in Ely, Minnesota. They share trail stories, interview Voyageur alumni, and reflect on the lore of the Great Northwoods. They also trade Boundary Waters travel tips and advice. Whether you’re a former camper, a current camper, or an adventure enthusiast looking to improve your Boundary Waters experience, there’s something for everyone in each episode.
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After Aston I.., is hosted by Geoff Savage, Development Manager in Aston’s Alumni Relations and Development team, and Katrina Raipuri, a graduate of the Aston Executive MBA. In this series, Geoff and Katrina interview Aston University alumni – some of the UK’s most employable graduates, and hear the remarkable stories of where their careers have taken them. Aston has more than 100,000 alumni in 100 countries around the world, and between them, they’re building multi-million-pound empires, sa ...
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Catalyze

Morehead-Cain

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This is Catalyze, a podcast produced by the Morehead-Cain Foundation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With a wink and a nod to the Foundation's two chemist benefactors—John Motley Morehead III and Gordon Cain—“Catalyze” is meant to represent action, movement, and bringing about change. Our conversations with action-oriented alumni and scholars cover Carolina experiences, career evolutions, individual leadership approaches, personal values, and all kinds of stories of trans ...
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SUSD Spotlight

SUSD Communications

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The SUSD Spotlight podcast is Scottsdale Unified School District’s official podcast featuring co-hosts Superintendent Dr. Scott Menzel and Director of Communications & Marketing, Kristine Harrington, interviewing a wide-range of guests. The stories ”spotlighted” showcase the best of the SUSD’s community of students, alumni, parents, staff members, and community partners and exemplify the district’s commitment to engaging all students in word-class, future-focused learning.
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Pod on Purpose

Alice Smith School

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Pod on Purpose, The Alice Smith School podcast channel, where we engage in courageous conversations with thought leaders in education and explore the intentional impact our alumni are having in the wider world. Join us as we delve into insightful discussions and gain valuable perspectives from prominent figures in the field of education. Get ready to be inspired and informed as we uncover the stories of intentional impact and innovation in our community and beyond! Links online School websit ...
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Behind the Braves, the official podcast of the Atlanta Braves, takes fans on a journey to uncover the stories - known and untold - about our beloved team. Former Braves closer, World Series champion and current director of alumni relations Greg McMichael and MLB.com's Ricky Mast are joined by Braves legends, players and even famous fans, to share the passion and history of this proud franchise.
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Stories from the Hackery

Nashville Software School

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Find out what it takes to start a career in software development, data analytics, data science, or UI/UX design from those who made the leap. Hear from musicians, veterans, single-moms, teachers, bartenders, postdocs, warehouse workers, and more - all graduates of Nashville Software School (NSS) - as they discuss their transition to tech and their capstone projects presented at Demo Day. Founded in 2012, NSS is a flourishing community of over one thousand alumni, active students, and a team ...
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We Are ETH is a podcast series featuring stories from Alumni of ETH Zurich around the globe. Hosted by ETH Circle Member and Entrepreneur Susan Kish, We Are ETH brings you conversations with the people who have taken their ETH experience out into the world and turned it into a company, a career, and a way of life.
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Stern Chats

NYU Stern MBA Community

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Stern Chats is an MBA student-run podcast. Our Mission is to explore untold stories of students, alumni, administrators and faculty at NYU Stern. While NYU Stern is filled with impressive resumes, some of the best stories cannot be found on paper. Each episode features members of the Stern community and their personal stories and reflections. We hope that everyone—even beyond the walls of Stern—will listen, appreciate, and learn about the people that make the NYU Stern community what it is. ...
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memoryBlue Cofounders Chris Corcoran and Marc Gonyea sit down with former employees – appropriately termed alumni – to unearth the untold stories, secrets of success and winding pathways that have led to big-time tech sales careers. These compelling tales offer unique insight into what it takes to make it in professional sales. Along the way, you’ll pick up tips, tactics, and advice that’s worth its weight in gold.
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Welcome to The Darlington Podcast, a production of Darlington School. Join us each week as we take a quick look inside and outside our classrooms and connect with students, teachers, alumni and more. Find out how we help our community develop their interests, passions and pursuits , because we believe every individual has something to contribute. Founded in 1905, Darlington School is an independent day and boarding school in Rome, Georgia that serves students in grades pre-K to 12 with board ...
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This Is Purdue

Purdue University

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This Is Purdue, the official podcast for Purdue University, highlights stories about Boilermakers from across all disciplines, who through research, innovation and determination, have persistently pursued their next giant leap. Hosted by Purdue University alum, Brian Lamb School of Communication graduate, and Indiana native Kate Young, This is Purdue aims to examine all of the incredible accomplishments of Boilermakers and their contributions to the world. Join us every other Thursday as we ...
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Have A "Goodnight"

Goodnight Scholars Program | NC State University

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This podcast is dedicated to sharing the stories of the Goodnight Scholars Program: students, campus partners, and alumni. Through 1-on-1 interview interviews and panel discussions, the podcast will cover topics including, but not limited to, life at NC State, GSP specific programming, major and academic exploration, career and professional development, identity, and the individual spotlights of current and former Goodnight Scholars.
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AYO! Welcome to Luck Management - the Notre Dame Alumni Connection Network with your host Carter Loesch - Notre Dame Class of 2023. We are the Luck Meets Opportunity Podcast. Luck Management is a lifestyle. On the podcast we delve into personal development, seizing opportunities and taking advantage of what is presented to you, and celebrating the victories in your life. Luck Management explores tangible strategies for action and provides invaluable insights to harness the power of "luck" in ...
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This season the New York Mets launched their first-ever Silver Sluggers. Jay sits down with Katie Rakowski, Manager of Marketing and Program Activation at the Mets to discuss the inspiration behind the program and even reveal some special alumni guests that will be participating. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: ht…
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As the former editor in chief of the Daily Free Press, journalist Saba Hamedy (COM’13, CAS’13) was responsible for publishing a daily newspaper and managing a crew of students, all while completing a full-time dual-degree program at BU. On this episode, learn about Saba’s career journey from FreeP to covering entertainment, politics, and culture at…
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We’re exploring purposeful minds and the process to understanding the meaning of purpose and impact at The Alice Smith School. Today I’m talking to Mark Chang, alumni of Alice Smith School and aerospace industry veteran. Let’s get into this episode. Links online School website: www.alice-smith.edu.my LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markchang2…
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A story about the time-honored camp day-trip of bushwhacking into Mystery Lake. Story by Jack Davidson and John Ranson. -- (Sound effects and music from Pixabay) -- Co-hosts Alex Kvanli & John Burgman discuss all-things related to Camp Voyageur in Ely, Minnesota. They share trail stories, interview Voyageur alumni, & reflect on the lore of the Grea…
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Dr. Lynnda Nadien talks with Elizabeth Sekreta '20. Elizabeth is a student at SUNY Old Westbury and preparing to be a teacher. She is a student observing in the Hempstead School District and is passionate about working with children. She loves to work out, hang with friends and work at Outback Steakhouse where she a server and bartender. She loves …
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AYO! In this captivating episode of the Luck Management Podcast, we welcome Joe Eiselt and Henry Davis, co-founders of Tannin Rinse. Joe, a cherished friend from Charlotte, and his partner Henry share the intriguing backstory of their innovative product designed to combat coffee breath. Born out of a lightbulb moment in a local coffee shop, their j…
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In this thrilling episode of the SUSD Spotlight podcast, Superintendent Menzel takes the show "on-the-road" to Laguna Elementary where 5th graders, along with teacher Brian Vogan, witnessed the historic 2024 solar eclipse. Students used problem solving and research to create their own safe viewing devices out of cereal boxes, showcasing this to Dr.…
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In this week’s episode of the podcast, Matt Olson joins the show to talk about his work with ReClif, The Matt Pack ticket package he offers, and why his work in the autism community is important to him. Host Ricky Mast is also joined by a Braves A-List member with children on the autism spectrum to talk about his family’s experiences at Truist Park…
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This week we had an exciting show as we were joined by Christina Jackson, Director of the McLeod Health Foundation. Shot on location, we talked about many powerful community initiatives of McLeod Health, the McLeod Fellows program, helping others, company culture and more. Christina walked us through her career of service to others and even shared …
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Welcome to Episode 157 of The Darlington Podcast! In this episode, Dean of Students for Global Education Tara Inman talks with sophomore day student Gabrielle Culberson and her mom, Rayan Hart-Culberson, about Gabrielle's journey with kidney disease and the upcoming One Kid! One Kidney! 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run in her honor. Click here for complete sh…
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Welcome to Cougar Tales: The Podcast, your one-stop shop to learn about the students and faculty of the BYU Executive MBA Program. Today on the show, we talk with Gregg Paskett. Gregg is a fellow classmate of the BYU EMBA cohort of 2025. Gregg currently works as a Project Manager with the aerospace company L3 Harris. In this episode, we get to know…
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It’s time to talk hitting, so we brought new Yankees hitting coach James Rowson into the podcast studio this week for a conversation with Yankees Magazine deputy editor Jon Schwartz. The two discuss hitting philosophies, the importance of communication, and the amount of credit Rowson intends to take for anything good Aaron Judge and Juan Soto are …
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Join Colby College Professor Joshua Urich and Pam Salokangas, Colby College Assoc. Director of Engagement for their discussion about Explorer George Waymouth's visit in 1605 to what would become the Maine coast. A marker was placed on Allen Island in 1605; it was replaced with a marble cross in 1905, commemorating the 300th anniversary of Waymouth'…
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Meet Catherine Argyrople, AMD'21! Catherine's upcoming film, "Growing Pains", premieres at the Boston International Film Festival on April 14. Learn about the inspiration for the film, her global Northeastern experience, and how Northeastern influenced her to become an independent filmmaker. Follow Catherine: Instagram Learn More about "Growing Pai…
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What would you do if God said, "I want you to go tell your boss to forgive their spouse... And tell them I sent you." Our guest this month happens to know exactly what this is like... Whether praying on his own, asking colleagues for their "three most important nouns", or sharing a Word from God with a high-level executive, Kyle Campbell (UNC Wilmi…
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Making a Difference on Capitol Hill In the halls of Capitol Hill, among the throng of suits and ties, one Ohioan stands out - Benjamin Mays, a legislative correspondent for Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley. Hailing from Middletown, Ohio, Benjamin found his calling in the heart of Washington, D.C., but his journey to the nation's capital began with a piv…
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In this episode, hosts Carol and Jeevan speak to UBC alum Dax Dasilva (BA’23), CEO of the e-commerce company Lightspeed and the founder of the environmental alliance Age of Union. Dasilva shares his entrepreneurial origin story, discusses his early acts of environmental activism, and explains why he thinks it’s critical for the next generation to g…
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When MLB retired Jackie Robinson's number 42 league wide, those who were wearing it prior got grandfathered in, one of those players was Butch Huskey who had promised as a child he would wear that number if he were to make it to the show. Butch reflects on the importance of the number, Jackie's career, and the night when the Mets helped retire the …
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Morehead-Cain launched the Sophomore Intake Initiative in fall 2023 to identify current sophomores at Carolina who have demonstrated exceptional scholarship, leadership, and character. Fifteen students joined the Program as members of the Morehead-Cain Class of 2026. Four members of the class joined Catalyze co-host Allyson Horst ’27 to share about…
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Dalam episode terbaru OzAlum Podcast, kami hadirkan Dr Ahmad Agus Setiawan, Tenaga Ahli Energi di Kantor Staf Presiden Republik Indonesia, yang juga #OzAlum bergelar PhD di bidang Renewable Energy and Power Systems. Bersama pembawa acara Raissa Almira, mereka membahas "Bagaimana Rasanya Belajar dan Tinggal di Australia, Negara Multi Budaya?" Dalam …
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For Mary McManus (COM’76) contracting polio in Kindergarten was just one of the many challenges she faced throughout her childhood. Despite her difficult upbringing, Mary went on to have a long career in social work until, in her early-50s, she was diagnosed with post-polio syndrome, a neuromuscular disease that doctors said could cause Mary to los…
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Last year, for the first time ever, Buggy had 3 divisions and 3 winning drivers from separate teams! Julia "Juju" Nieto, Cynthia Xu, and Lead Restad all won a first place trophy for PiKA, Spirit, and Apex. In the final episode of the season, we go back to Raceday 2023 and hear directly from the phemonomal drivers. We hope everyone enjoys reminising…
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Misconceptions of autism and the frequency in which people are excluded, threaten access to the vital information, resources and support autistic people and their families need. Sarah Kernion '06, a distinguished global speaker and neurodiversity advocate, is first and foremost a mother of three children, two of which have non-speaking autism. Thro…
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Dr. Lynnda Nadien talks with Stacey Garcia '20. She served the college as President of the Future Teachers Club and upon graduation, transferred to SUNY Old Westbury, where she is now studying elementary education with a concentration in bilingual education. Stacey loves hiking, hanging out with her family and friends, and is hoping to be a success…
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Karl Miller-Lugo is the current VP of Development and Alumni Relations at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Prior to this, Karl was with Bentz Whaley Flessner for 3 years, where they served as Vice President. In this role, Karl helped organizations raise more money by conducting sales presentations, providing fundraising training, and unlocki…
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In this episode of the "SUSD Spotlight" podcast, we are treated to a conversation with some voices behind “Gold Dust Avenue,” an a cappella group in SUSD that shines. Led by Dr. Sammy Brauer (who has been teaching music in SUSD since 2007) and featuring student singers such as Lillian Apostolou, Gold Dust Avenue has made Chaparral High School proud…
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According to ETH Alumni Daniel Naeff, it is important to strike a balance between leveraging the positive aspects of AI and understanding the potential challenges. In this episode, Susan Kish interviews Daniel Naeff, an entrepreneur and one of the leads at the ETH AI Center. They discuss angel investing, the inspiration behind starting companies, a…
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We enjoyed a refreshing interview with Kate Soltoian on the show with us to talk about growing a business through networking and never underestimating a prospect. Many sales and business people unintentionally underestimate people. Kate told a story of a salesperson that was telling her that they did not want to pitch small companies because there …
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There’s excitement on the Ridge as several of the springathletic teams are aiming their sights at state championships. In this edition of Stories from the Ridge, Kenny Sholl, Executive Director of Athletics, sits down with head coaches of five of the spring teams to discuss their perspectiveon the upcoming season. This podcast was recorded on March…
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April is the Month of the Military Child so we are highlighting the work of our award winning Military and Veteran Family Center. Glenn Welling and Nathan Ray joined me to share more information about the support their team offers to all current and future veteran and military affiliated students. Disclaimer: This episode was recorded on 3/27/24. N…
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Semiconductors and chips are at the heart of everything we do. They are some of the most fiendishly complex engineered devices ever built, and are getting even more complex as we race to develop chips with mind-boggling power to fuel artificial intelligence. Chips are also a national security priority, which is why the CHIPS Act aims to onshore, or…
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It’s widely agreed by all that United States infrastructure is in dire need of improvement, getting low grades like C- and D- in various studies. Luna Lu wants to make our aging infrastructure “smarter.” She’s leveraging the Internet of Things via her smart, materials-based sensor technology and novel, interpretive data-processing methods, enabling…
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Welcome to Episode 156 of The Darlington Podcast! In this episode, Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs Stefan Eady talks with Fine Arts Department Head Kim Tunnell about her love for the arts, what fine arts education looks like at Darlington and more. This is the fifth in a series highlighting each of Darlington's department heads. Click…
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Today on the show, we talk with Lee Petek, fellow classmate from the EMBA class of 2025. Lee currently works as a Sr. Principal Consultant with Cognizant, focusing on Workday Integrations. In this episode, we get to know Lee. We talk about his experience growing up in Taiwan, how he went from majoring in piano performance to business operations man…
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In this episode of Tech Sales for Hustlers, hosts Chris Corcoran and Marc Gonyea chat with Brandie Schaeffer, memoryBlue's first employee. They reminisce about their shared past and dive into Brandie's professional journey. Brandie shares a memorable interview question Marc asked about the number of gas stations in Virginia, highlighting problem-so…
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In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to PGA Tour golfer Adam Schenk. Adam is a Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business alum and former first-team All-Big Ten Purdue men’s golfer, who has spent nearly a decade dedicated to his full-time career on the golf course. During this time, he secured his PGA Tour card and rapidly ascended t…
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This week’s episode celebrates the 50th anniversary of Hank Aaron's record-breaking 715th home run. Host Ricky Mast interviews a fan that was in attendance and gets his first-hand account at how the record-breaking moment unfolded. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more…
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For the first time on the podcast, two competing teams - both a Greek and an Independent - come together to chat about Buggy 'back in the day'. Ian McCullough, Raj Virani, Carl Nott, and Abby Sullivan take a fun trip down memory lane and tell us about their respective teams, college schenanigans, and the landscape of Buggy in the late 90s.…
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Creating a more positive place with technology policy and ethics Julie Inman-Grant has over 30 years of experience in the corporate, government and non-profit sectors, working at the intersection of technology, public policy and online safety. She started her career as a legislative assistant in the US Congress, and later joined Microsoft in 1995 a…
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Even though every episode of Stern Chats is a treat for the ears, today’s episode is extra special because we’re talking to some of our Sternies who are also musicians. In this episode, Cameron talks to Laura, Will, and Noey about their musical journeys and the intersection of business school and music. You'll also come away with a couple of book r…
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Does retirement hinder achievement? Host Roger Ream is joined by co-host Dr. Anne Bradley, TFAS Vice President of Academic Affairs, and special guest David Bahnsen, Founder, Managing Partner, & Chief Investment Officer of The Bahnsen Group, for a compelling discussion on the meaning and benefits of work. David challenges conventional notions and of…
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Brian Jackson is an expert when it comes to challenging himself in unchartered waters. Brian is the manager of renewables origination at TransAlta Corporation, where he oversees the company's renewable energy power purchase agreement origination activities in the United States. Brian has a well-rounded roster of degrees from Texas institutions, beg…
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