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Being a Professional isn’t just about having a career and showing up in a suit... It's about much more. The PBC podcast will give you an insight into what it means to be a "professional". You will have the chance to hear from professionals across various fields and we will help you create your own definition of the word "professional" by hearing from these successful individuals who have defined it in their own way.
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Control for White Mold, Foliar Fungicides for White Mold, Estimating Yield Loss Due to White Mold, Impact of Irrigation on White Mold, and Guideline ...
 
Broadening access to venture capital, one conversation at a time - from advice about careers to getting your business funded, we’re putting it all out there. Each week we bring you a conversation with one of our friends in the investment industry: associates, interns and a whole host of others. New episodes every Tuesday at 11am GMT! Hosted by: Francesca Baillieu, Lois Ollerenshaw and Petra Müller Contact us at: associatedpodcast@gmail.com Resources: https://www.notion.so/Associated-Recommen ...
 
Solutions for Higher Education dives into hot topics in the world of colleges and universities. Sometimes it tackles controversies in education, sometimes it looks at current events, sometimes it's innovations and fun. Brought to you by Southern Utah University, but geared toward anyone with an interest in the subjects, episodes are hosted by SUU's President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith.
 
The Ability Experience is a nonprofit organization with a simple mission: create shared experiences with people with disabilities and members of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. We do so through a variety of volunteer events, bringing students together from across the country to bike, build, and create lasting memories. Our host, Zorth Pilonieta is a two-time team event alumnus. Join us as we explore the many unique stories that make up The Ability Experience.
 
You may have heard of families being a "House Divided" when it comes to their favorite sports teams, but this is a podcast that is divided. Two Indiana Hoosiers, one Purdue Boilermaker...one great podcast. "Divided Out Loud" is not only a podcast for fans of those teams, it is a podcast for fans of any and every sport.
 
Radio Segments “Back in Black, This Week in BoilerMaker Athletics” Here we will breakdown and analyze each Purdue Men’s Football and Basketball games in the prior week. Also, we will preview the week’s upcoming games. We will also fill you in on what else is going on in Purdue Sports. “Headline Crossfire” is our favorite part of the show. Here we take some of the top headlines in sports and we each weigh in on it. Finally, depending on the time of year, we will talk more in depth about the N ...
 
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Andrew and Casey give a report on the Indiana High School All-Stars basketball games and their victory over the state of Kentucky. David Boudia won't be representing Purdue or the US in the Olympics but a 17 year old Boilermaker to be will! And Purdue hosts a big time big guy in West Lafayette. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices…
 
Purdue wrestling head coach Tony Ersland and crew bring you a summer update on the Always Aggressive Podcast, diving into the Boilermakers’ results from the U23 Freestyle Championships, the announcement of the non-conference schedule and some info on the newest group of Boilermakers set to come on campus. Sophomore Thomas Penola and senior Max Lyon…
 
What are the significant insights, corrections and restorations to Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa’s classic, The Three Books of Occult Philosophy? Eric Purdue - translator, author, practitioner of medieval astrology, and a santero (olorisha) in Lucumí/Santeria - shares about his upcoming 896-page translation of The Three Books of Occult Philosophy. It’…
 
As he begins the transition to his new position as Senior Executive Director of State Online Education, President Scott L Wyatt reflects on his service at SUU and future opportunities. Featured Quotes: It has become so much a part of my identity and my whole life, along with my wife Kathy. It seems that being a president of a university is not a jo…
 
We caught up with rising junior guard Isaiah Thompson as he celebrates his 21st birthday. He talks about what his past birthdays have been like and what he has going on this summer as he prepares for the 2021-22 season. Thompson, an Academic All-Big Ten pick, appeared in all 28 games drawing starts in the first five games of the season and talked a…
 
Indiana collected far more in taxes last month than even recent rosy projections anticipated, which leaves the state well-positioned heading into the final month of the current fiscal year. Indiana got a new revenue forecast in April, which projected how much the state would collect in taxes each month for the next couple of years. That forecast wa…
 
This week on WBAA’s Ask The Mayor: local governments across Indiana are deciding whether to opt out of the state’s potential opioid lawsuit settlements in pursuit of their own – including Lafayette. How could the city spend potential settlement funds in the future, and what’s the status of current efforts to combat the opioid crisis?…
 
Hotels are seeing more demand as people take vacations, and more are expected over the summer. But the industry’s recovery is uneven and Indiana’s will likely take longer than other areas. A national hotel industry group is urging Congress to pass legislation that would give direct relief to hotel operators and workers needing the financial help to…
 
Horticulture helps us improve the environment, strengthen community, use environmental solutions to solve real-world problems, and bring beauty to the world, all through growing plants! We can’t exist without the field of horticulture. As Brie explains, horticulture is relevant, necessary, and essential. In this episode, Brie discusses the differen…
 
Over the next two decades, Indiana will need more than $13 billion to repair or replace aging water and wastewater infrastructure. That’s according to the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition , which said the Biden administration’s budget plan is a step in the right direction.By Rebecca Thiele
 
In between flights back to his home in Texas, we caught up with Rock Supan in the Detroit airport to celebrate birthday No. 64. A native of Parma, Ohio, Supan started 25 games in the Boilermaker defensive backfield from 1975-78, and was a standout on Purdue's "Junk Defense" in Supan's junior and senior seasons. Despite his prowess in the defensive …
 
What are the keys to unlocking a more balanced magical approach in the underworld? Who are the untold magicians from hundreds of years ago who walked this path? How can we engage with spirits in skull divination? Frater Acher - experienced magician and author - shares about his latest tome “Clavis Goêtica: Keys to Chthonic Sorcery” from Hadean Pres…
 
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