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Hash it Out

IUPUI Social Justice Education

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Hash it out is a student-led podcast produced by scholars in IUPUI's Social Justice Education Program. This podcast will address a variety of social justice issues from various lenses.
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Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley is an award-winning podcast service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting colleges and ...
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IUSM Pathways Podcast

IU School of Medicine Graduate Division

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Through a series of podcasts join us as we explore careers in science! Pathways is an Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine produced podcast, where science PhD holders in non-academic positions discuss their journey to their current jobs. How did they find these positions? How are they using their doctoral education in their non-academic careers? Join us as we explore the countless opportunities to use your science PhD degree in an unlikely career. Pathways will take us there. Host—Dr. ...
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Sing Those Cubbie Blues

Sing Those Cubbie Blues

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Sing Those Cubbie Blues is co-hosted by David Blumberg and David Westergreen. It is produced and edited by David Blumberg with assistance from Kale Wilk. The show’s logo was produced by Randall J. Sanders. The podcast occasionally features contributors to offer commentary on recent Cubs news related to the show’s weekly topics. David Blumberg is 26 and lives in Bloomington, IN. He lives and breathes sports. He also contributes his skills as an on-air commentator with Smithville Fiber for loc ...
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ON-AIR MOBCAST™️

Thomas Butler-Guerrero

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SUBSCRIBE TO THE TRADEMARC PODCAST SERIES FOR MORE SPORTS RELATED CONTENT PRODUCED BY CHICAGOLANDSPORTSRADIO HOST AND INDIANAPOLIS RECORDER REPORTER THOMAS BUTLER-GUERRERO. Thomas Butler-Guerrero: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/0fficial.tbg/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TBGofficial_ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thomas.m.butler Go Download the new social app SportsMe on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id1291610886 Join Our Team and Battle in Live Debates Against Other Sport Fa ...
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In this episode, we have a conversation with a coauthor of the book, Teaching with AI: A Practical Guide to a New Era of Human Learning, released in April 2024 by Johns Hopkins University Press. Our guest is Eddie Watson. Eddie is Associate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation and Executive Director for Open Educational Resource…
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This episode features editors of the 2nd edition of the Routledge book entitled Coordinating Divisional and Departmental Student Affairs Assessment. Our guests are Erin Bentrim, Gavin Henning, and Kimberly Yousey-Elsener. Erin is a Data and Learning Analytics Strategist at Anthology, Inc. Gavin is Professor of Higher Education at New England Colleg…
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In this episode, we have a conversation with the co-editors of the Routledge book Exemplars of Assessment in Higher Education, Volume Two: Strategies for a Changing Higher Education Environment. Our guests are Jane Marie Souza and Tara Rose. Jane Marie is Associate Vice President for Accreditation and the Accreditation Liaison Officer at the Univer…
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This episode focuses on the intersection of work in student affairs and that of assessment and accreditation. Our guests are Sarah Gordon, Bill Heinrich, and Pam Shefman. Sarah is Associate Professor and Interim Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at Arkansas Tech University. Bill is Director of Mindset at Symplicity, an educational technology f…
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In this episode, we have a conversation on the theme of equity-centered collaboration in assessment and improvement. Our guests are Bethany Miller and Ellen Peters. Bethany is Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Macalester College and Ellen is Associate Provost for Institutional Research, Planning, and Student Success at the Univer…
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This episodes features four contributors from the 2nd Edition of Trends in Assessment: Ideas, Opportunities, and Issues for Higher Education, a book published by Routledge featuring more than 50 thought leaders and partners from the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis. Our guests are Divya Bheda, Nick Curtis, Jerry Daday, and Caleb Keith. Divya is…
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In this episode, we have a conversation with Ken O’Donnell, the inaugural recipient of a new Assessment Institute in Indianapolis award for excellence related to High-Impact Practices, often referred to as HIPs. Ken is Vice Provost at California State University-Dominguez Hills, and he is one of the founders of HIPs in the States, a network of coll…
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This episode features a leadership perspectives conversation with Debra Humphreys, Vice President of Strategic Engagement with the Lumina Foundation. Lumina Foundation: luminafoundation.org This season of Leading Improvements in Higher Education is sponsored by the Center for Assessment and Research Studies at James Madison University; learn more a…
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In this episode, we have a leadership perspectives conversation with Carleen Vande Zande from the National Association of System Heads, or NASH as it is also known. At NASH, Carleen serves as the Chief of Staff for the Institute for System Improvement and Innovation and is involved in several national-level initiatives. Links to resources reference…
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This episode features leaders from the Competency-Based Education Network, or C-BEN as it is also known. Our guests are Amber Garrison Duncan and Tiffany Freeze. Amber is Executive Vice President and Tiffany is Vice President for Consulting Services at C-BEN. Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN): c-ben.org/ Other references mentioned in this …
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In this episode, we have a leadership perspectives conversation with Erick Montenegro, who serves as Associate Director of the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education. Links to resources mentioned in this episode include: The Pell Institute: https://www.pellinstitute.org/ Council for Opportunity in Education: https://coenet.…
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This episode features Marisol Morales, who serves as the Executive Director of Carnegie Elective Classifications at the American Council on Education. We spend time discussing the Elective Classification for Community Engagement and the Leadership for Public Purpose Classification, both of which reflect important values and goals for colleges and u…
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In this episode, we spend time discussing students’ basic needs with colleagues from The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice at Temple University. Our guests are Anne Lundquist, Stacy Priniski, and Josh Williams. Anne is Director and Assistant Professor at The Hope Center in the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple. Stacy is a Senior…
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The episode will focus on the topic of trans and queer safety on college campuses, shedding light on the issues of discrimination and violence faced by these students. According to a report by Human Rights Watch, titled "Walking Through the Hailstorm: Discrimination Against LGBT Youth in US Schools," LGBTQ students face significant challenges in sc…
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The episode will focus on the topic of trans and queer safety on college campuses, shedding light on the issues of discrimination and violence faced by these students. According to a report by Human Rights Watch, titled "Walking Through the Hailstorm: Discrimination Against LGBT Youth in US Schools," LGBTQ students face significant challenges in sc…
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Did you know that Rosalind Franklin played a crucial role in the discovery of the structure of DNA, but her contribution was overlooked for years due to the theft of her data by a male colleague? In our latest podcast episode, we delve deep into women's representation in STEM and the impact of gender disparities on innovation and economic growth. J…
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Did you know that Rosalind Franklin played a crucial role in the discovery of the structure of DNA, but her contribution was overlooked for years due to the theft of her data by a male colleague? In our latest podcast episode, we delve deep into women's representation in STEM and the impact of gender disparities on innovation and economic growth. J…
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Did you know that in the United States, women earn only 82 cents for every dollar earned by men? And the pay gap is even wider for women of color, with Black women earning only 63 cents and Latinas earning just 55 cents for every dollar earned by white, non-Hispanic men. But it's not just statistics that show the reality of the pay gap. In 2021, th…
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Did you know that in the United States, women earn only 82 cents for every dollar earned by men? And the pay gap is even wider for women of color, with Black women earning only 63 cents and Latinas earning just 55 cents for every dollar earned by white, non-Hispanic men. But it's not just statistics that show the reality of the pay gap. In 2021, th…
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This episode features a leadership perspectives conversation with Joe Garcia, Chancellor of the Colorado Community College System, the largest higher education and workforce training provider in the State of Colorado. Colorado Community College System: cccs.edu/ This season of Leading Improvements in Higher Education is sponsored by the Center for …
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We will be discussing healthy relationships - What does a healthy relationship look like, what does an unhealthy relationship look like, how to identify, online impact, and warning signs. Our conversation doesn’t limit to a partner-relationship but includes family and friends' relations. If you've experienced domestic or intimate partner violence, …
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We will be discussing healthy relationships - What does a healthy relationship look like, what does an unhealthy relationship look like, how to identify, online impact, and warning signs. Our conversation doesn’t limit to a partner-relationship but includes family and friends' relations. If you've experienced domestic or intimate partner violence, …
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In this episode, we spend time with three leaders representing institutional accreditation organizations in higher education. Our guest are David Chase, Laura Gambino, and Mac Powell. David is Vice President of Educational Programs at the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, known as WASC, where he is part of the Senior College and Universi…
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Welcome to Hash It Out Podcast! In peace and solidarity for an 18-year-old IUB Asian Hate Crime survivor, we will discuss Asian hate crimes, examples from Indiana schools, and the role of social media in spewing hate crimes. Before we begin, this episode contains potentially alarming content to some listeners. Please feel free to step away and take…
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Welcome to Hash It Out Podcast! In peace and solidarity for an 18-year-old IUB Asian Hate Crime survivor, we will discuss Asian hate crimes, examples from Indiana schools, and the role of social media in spewing hate crimes. Before we begin, this episode contains potentially alarming content to some listeners. Please feel free to step away and take…
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This episode features a leadership perspectives conversation with Amelia Parnell, Vice President for Policy Research and Advocacy at NASPA, a U.S. association devoted to serving student affairs administrators in higher education. Some of the resources mentioned in this episode include the following: NASPA (association): https://naspa.org/ You Are a…
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Thomas and Adolfo Felix discuss the wrestling matchups to begin the new year and recap the featured match of the week. WrestlersGrind covered the Big Ten Opener between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Indiana Hoosiers. Check out the full video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/19t2BorILUQ. Follow WrestlesGrind on social media for updates on all combat spo…
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In this episode, we discuss the role the Department Chair plays in higher education institutions with representatives from the Wiley publication entitled The Department Chair. Our guests are Carolyn Allard, Trey Guinn, Juston Pate, and Halley Sutton. Carolyn is Editor of The Department Chair; Trey is Associate Professor and Program Director in the …
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This episode features contributors to a special issue of Assessment Update focused on learning improvement. Assessment Update is a bimonthly periodical from Wiley for which Stephen Hundley, host of the Leading Improvements in Higher Education podcast, serves as editor. Each of today’s podcast guests have contributed articles to the November/Decembe…
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Robert Bullard once said, “Environmental Justice embraces the principle that all people and communities have a right to equal protection and enforcement of environmental laws and regulations.” This episode of Hash It Out navigates Environmental Justice as it pertains to the United States. Equal access to resources and protection from hazards result…
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Robert Bullard once said, “Environmental Justice embraces the principle that all people and communities have a right to equal protection and enforcement of environmental laws and regulations.”This episode of Hash It Out navigates Environmental Justice as it pertains to the United States. Equal access to resources and protection from hazards resulti…
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Today’s episode focuses on DACA and Diversity in Immigration in the United States. There are about 645,000 DACA recipients in the United States who are faced with being in immigration limbo, without a path to citizenship. Yet they are contributing, tax paying members of American society but cannot be supported by the country they call home on a leg…
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Today’s episode focuses on DACA and Diversity in Immigration in the United States. There are about 645,000 DACA recipients in the United States who are faced with being in immigration limbo, without a path to citizenship. Yet they are contributing, tax paying members of American society but cannot be supported by the country they call home on a leg…
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According to a recent survey, 49% of college students reported that mental health is their top concern as the fall semester begins, topping a list that included academics, inflation, and mass shootings. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and worried when inflation increases faster than expected. Things that used to seem affordable have suddenly become u…
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According to a recent survey, 49% of college students reported that mental health is their top concern as the fall semester begins, topping a list that included academics, inflation, and mass shootings. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and worried when inflation increases faster than expected. Things that used to seem affordable have suddenly become u…
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This episode features three colleagues James Madison University's (JMU) Center for Assessment and Research Studies, or CARS, all of whom are also faculty members in JMU's Department of Graduate Psychology: Sara Finney, Keston Fulcher, and Megan Good. Sara is an Associate Director in CARS. Keston previously served as Executive Director of CARS and i…
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Is Overturning Roe Just the Beginning? More than two dozen states have laws restricting or banning abortion post the Supreme Court overturning Roe. The limitations on abortion access can lead to adverse long-term health effects. In this episode, we will discuss what comes next for reproductive rights, state laws, the intent and credibility of lawma…
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Is Overturning Roe Just the Beginning? More than two dozen states have laws restricting or banning abortion post the Supreme Court overturning Roe. The limitations on abortion access can lead to adverse long-term health effects. In this episode, we will discuss what comes next for reproductive rights, state laws, the intent and credibility of lawma…
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In one way, the digital age has opened us up to another world, created jobs we never knew could exist, and connected people the world over. On the other hand, the pressure to keep up with what we see online has become a morbid cycle destroying lives one clicks at a time. Men and women have found themselves battling identity issues due to the unreal…
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In one way, the digital age has opened us up to another world, created jobs we never knew could exist, and connected people the world over. On the other hand, the pressure to keep up with what we see online has become a morbid cycle destroying lives one clicks at a time. People have found themselves battling identity issues due to the unrealistic b…
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This episode features a leadership perspectives conversation with Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, President and CEO of Benedict College. President Artis shares with us her leadership journey, advice for aspiring leaders, and future trends, including the role Historically Black Colleges and University play in higher education. This season of Leading Improve…
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In this episode, we spend time with Drew Koch, Chief Executive Officer of the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education. The Gardner Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving outcomes associated with teaching, learning, retention, and completion, along with promoting higher education’s larger goal of ac…
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