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Listen to the top writers, philosophers, researchers, singers and actors in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative and Performing Arts at UBC. Provocative interviews, expert commentary and the latest updates from the Faculty of Arts make for an informative and entertaining segment.
 
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alumni UBC Podcasts
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Bringing the best of UBC to our alumni and listeners around the world. Episodes feature prominent speakers and insightful discussions about current issues, as well as covering topics related to career development and entrepreneurship.
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
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This is the official podcast of UBC Waco, TX. For more information checkout www.ubcwaco.org.
 
 
The Jobs in Science Podcast explores the lives of modern scientists and the opportunities that exist for those exploring STEM careers. It's also about the daily lives of the scientists, their life philosophies and their advice to future generations.
 
More than just a podcasting course. Adopting a journalistic framework to communicate powerful stories and present academic content in new ways through the use of audio technology.
 
This is a free weekly podcast of the sermon preached at University Chapel in Vancouver, British Columbia. University Chapel is an evangelical church located in the heart of the University of British Columbia campus that ministers to local residents, esl students, UBC students, and visitors both short and long-term. Enjoy the sermon and we look forward to seeing you one day at University Chapel
 
The Dollar Project is a club and member of the Alma Mater Society of the University of British Columbia. The project aims to show the power of individual actions to catalyze change in society. This podcast is a voice for us to talk about issues in society, issues around campus and for us to unwind and chat about things that may interest us, be it music, movies or books on the side. We are not hard working academics all the time, we have social lives as well!
 
“What the Plant Kingdom is Telling Us”
 
Weekend Messages from Christ Journey Church in Miami, FL. We are transformational community living out the Gospel of Jesus Christ together: Changing Lives, Changing Families, Changing the World. To find out more about us visit http://www.christjourney.org
 
Weekly services from The Church at Arkansas1905 E Mission BlvdFayetteville, AR
 
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On the Beet
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A UBC Dietetics Podcast
 
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In the Distance
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The Unofficial UBC MFA Creative Writing Opt-Res Literary Podcast!
 
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LIFE podcast
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Three UBC students provide their insights on everything regarding University. Whether you are coming into university or a current undergraduate, there will be conversation and debate topics that you can relate to and learn from.
 
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Looking for advice? Hosts Brandon and Mormei think they can help you with that. All Ears is an advice radio program where the hosts read real questions from the UBC community and answer them live. Other content includes interviewing students, consulting experts, and giving campus life advice. Submit your question at http://alleears.tumblr.com/ask
 
Tweets and Tunes talking with Capitol 6 during their live performance at the UBC SUB.
 
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Frequencies
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A podcast from the Library at UBC Okanagan featuring faculty and researchers critically discussing their work.
 
In the Meiji at 150 Podcast, host Tristan Grunow (UBC) interviews specialists of Japanese history, literature, art, and culture. For more, visit: https://Meijiat150.arts.ubc.ca
 
Your weekly roundup of UBC Thunderbird sports action from both on and off campus with your hosts Eric Thompson, Jake McGrail, Liz Wang, and Jacob Aere
 
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PRT Weekly
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A policy podcast with graduate students from the Public Policy and Global Affairs Program at UBC's School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.
 
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The UFSA Podcast
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Welcome to The UFSA Podcast, a bi-monthly podcast by the UBC Undergraduate Film Students Association (UFSA). This podcast is hosted on the unceded, ancestral, and occupied territories of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓-speaking Musqueam people.A platform for interdisciplinary dialogue around film, this podcast engages with local, global, and regional film-making, film festivals and film-makers in Vancouver. Through interview series, roundtables, and coverage of live events, the podcast seeks to foster a ...
 
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You're in for a treat! Chris Erickson, professor of Political Science at UBC, and as off recently Certified Tantric Practitioner with the Institute of Authentic Tantra Education, in Vancouver, BC, chats with me about Sex and Politics. What could the two have in common? Way more than you think! In this episode, Chris and I unpack our understandi ...…
 
We sat down with Joey Clift who hosts the show Chat on Cats at the UBC theater... Its wasn't totally cat*astrophic. Discussed was his show, how to write 360 video and the project that got him nominated for a streamy.Get More Glitched:https://bit.ly/2HDU8LJStudio Capon on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2HHz5nrEugene on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Kr6tR5To ...…
 
UBC MFA candidate Jason Karman has been making short films for over a decade, and for today's episode we sat down with him to talk about that medium. We discussed film festivals and distribution for short films, funding options for emerging filmmakers, the difference between working with film over digital, and much more! -"Not Her, Anyway" by S ...…
 
Every day we read about the new ways that digital technologies and big data are changing the way we live. In areas as diverse as healthcare, heavy industry, transportation, and communication technologies, the future is increasingly digital. Canada's new Digital Technology Supercluster, based on the west coast, is a collaborative consortium with ...…
 
In the Meiji at 150 Student Podcast, UBC students discuss aspects of Japanese culture they research in class. In this episode, two students travel the Tōkaidō Road between Kyōto and Edo during the Tokugawa Period, stopping along the way at several towns, rest stops, and post stations.
 
In the Meiji at 150 Student Podcast, UBC students discuss aspects of Japanese culture they research in class. In this episode, a group of students lead a tour of towns, rest stops, and post stations along the Tōkaidō Road between Kyōto and Edo during the Tokugawa Period.
 
The rich are in revolt and some are calling for UBC to censor economist Tom Davidoff. So we brought Tom back to walk us through the school tax and how he’s coping. Plus we look at David Eby’s decision to cancel a town hall and Mike Harcourt’s decision to interject himself into the debate. So...
 
Lakeshore Realty specializes in residential real estate, commercial real estate and soon to be property management in beautiful Fort St James, BC. As Managing Broker and Owner of Lakeshore Realty, Morgan leads a small team of real estate professionals representing buyers and sellers. The properties purchased and sold through the office of Lakes ...…
 
In the Meiji at 150 Student Podcast, UBC students discuss aspects of Japanese culture they research in class. In this episode, two students introduce research they conducted on a Japanese-owned business damaged in the 1907 Vancouver Anti-Asian riots.
 
In the Meiji at 150 Student Podcast, UBC students discuss aspects of Japanese culture they research in class. In this episode, a student introduces research she conducted on a Japanese-owned business damaged in the 1907 Vancouver Anti-Asian riots.
 
In April 2016, BC declared a public health emergency in response to the rapid rise of fatal and non-fatal drug overdoses in the province. Since then, the problem has only worsened, with the number of overdose deaths in 2017 exceeding 2016’s totals by a significant margin. What are the factors contributing to this crisis and what are the consequ ...…
 
In 2016, Ji-Youn made headlines after dropping out of UBC to start a non-profit advocating for better mental health services in post-secondary institutions. Many have heard her story, but few know where it’s at now. This audio documentary brings listeners up-to-date by exploring the public’s perception of Ji-Youn’s infallible courage and tenaci ...…
 
Image from Ocean Networks Canada website As promised in the Mar 21 show, here are some links and resources about soundmapping. This list is just the tip of a taste — there’s an enormous range of projects out there for further exploration. For a handy starter survey, take a look at Milena Droumeva’s (2017) article “Soundmapping as critical carto ...…
 
The Thunderbirds close out the final two games of the series against the Corban University Warriors.
 
We've got 3 interviews for you today: Valerie Easton on the Massey Theatre's production of Cabaret, Madelyn Osborne on Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play at Studio 1398, and Alli MacKay about their short film Flash Flood. We end this plus-size show with conversation with correspondent Lua Presidio regarding Firehall's Chelsea Hotel and UBC Musical ...…
 
THIS WEEK / 'Sorry' for the racism: As National Geographic tries to atone for its problematic history with non-white people, we assess how much credit (and critique) they deserve. / 'Sorry' for the sexual harassment: As Native American writer Sherman Alexie continues his free-fall amid accusations of mistreating women, we’ll read into his story ...…
 
March 19th - Hilda Fernandez - Will a Cyborg Steal My Jouissance? Unconscious Labour and the Enjoying Body of the Virtual. Jouissance, understood as a sort of pleasurable pain, expressing an excessive tension of psychical nature, coded in the body, consumptive, and inaccessible to the symbolic order, is a universal characteristic of the human s ...…
 
Life is tragic, says the provocative Jordan Peterson, and we are all capable of turning into monsters. Tim Lott meets him as he publishes 12 Rules for Life https://www.theguardian.com/global/2018/jan/21/jordan-peterson-self-help-author-12-steps-interview Jordan B Peterson 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos The Secret How to Win Friends and ...…
 
This special program featured readings from three award-winning authors who are Indigenous voices and UBC Creative Writing alumni, followed by a Q&A, moderated by new Chair of the UBC Creative Writing Program, and acclaimed author, Alix Ohlin. Featured authors: Eden Robinson, Katherena Vermette, and Jordan Abel.Recorded March 19, 2018, at the R ...…
 
'Guideline number one is if it feels wrong, it is.' Joe Dolcetti Click To Tweet Joe Dolcetti is a futurist and an innovator in the field of human performance with an intimate and innate understanding of human movement and flow. He has a conditioning training, coaching and sport science career that has spanned over 31 years around the globe and ...…
 
Can you believe Rob didn't listen to any Phoenix Wright music before doing research for this episode? It's criminal. HE'S IN JAIL NOW.
 
LIVE INTERVIEW: UBC men's volleyball setter Byron Keturakis comes in to chat about the recent USPORTS gold medal while womens volleyball captured the USPORTS bronze.
 
UBC Connects is presented by University of British Columbia President Santa J. Ono, in partnership with alumni UBC. The series (https://www.ubc.ca/ubcconnects/) is made possible with the generous support of the R & J Stern Family Foundation.The global economy is in distress. Economists warn of another two decades of declining productivity, slow ...…
 
Cultural diversity enriches a community in many ways. New business and learning opportunities emerge, organizations broaden the scope of their activities and services, and community members’ perspectives become more global. However, cultural inclusivity is not easy to achieve. Often, individuals’ experiences in the community, labour market, hou ...…
 
On today's episode, Kyle and Melissa sat down with the UBC Kinesiology Undergraduate Society President, as well as UBC's Director of Intramurals and Recreation to discuss the initiatives the university is taking to get students, faculty and staff moving. Other topics covered include: MoveU month and the idea of breaking up with your chair.…
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
I WILL BE _____(A GOOD SOLDIER) by Life at UBC
 
“The impacts of climate change are already cliff edges occurring in micro-locations all over the world. The whole notion that it’s at some distant future which is unknown to us quite how far it is—that’s just rubbish. If you look at coastal communities that are getting inundated right now, communities that were built on permafrost that are no l ...…
 
In this episode Shannon Salter breaks down the technology behind British Columbia’s Online Civil Resolution Tribunal including what it is, its successes and failures, and why designing for the public is different than designing for customers. Shannon Salter is the Chair of the Civil Resolution Tribunal, Canada’s first online tribunal resolving ...…
 
The winter classic draws out 5500 and UBC tallies lots of wins - 13 to be exact.
 
The debate surrounding MP Iqra Khalid’s parliamentary motion [M-103] to condemn Islamophobia unearthed much of the latent Islamophobia in Canadian political discourse. While the MP herself was subject to vitriolic hate mail, there were also a range of questions surrounding the definition of the term and confusion about the lived experience of t ...…
 
On this week's show, Mike and Josh talk all the Ticats news one could want, including the return of June Jones, his comments about Johnny Manziel, Richard Leonard's all-star snub, the team signing 11 free agents, and Stef Ptaszek's move from Hamilton to UBC. They also talk CFL news by discussing the shocking trade of James Franklin to Toronto, ...…
 
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