Best ucsb podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Hope Community Church, a non denominational Christian church serving Santa Barbara, Goleta, Isla Vista UCSB, Montecito, Carpinteria, Santa Ynez, Solvang, Buellton, and Lompoc Contemporary, casual in style, passionate in faith No Perfect People Allowed
 
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Radio Causeway
Daily+
 
Radio Causeway
 
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Inside Jokes
Monthly+
 
Ian Davis & Maximilian Robert Lockwood are comedians from Laughology, UCSB's premier stand-up show. Now it seems they have a podcast.
 
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Cowork Radio Show
Weekly+
 
Cowork Radio on KZSB-1290AM is a live show about Modern Entrepreneurs. We interview nationally successful Company Founders every Wednesday 12:05-1pm PST and stream on multiple sites after 4pm. Plus answers to media questions by UCSB Professor, venture capitalist, John Greathouse, who is a prolific business author (Wall Street Journal, INC., Forbes)
 
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KCSB
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A non-commercial, educational FM station broadcasting for the public interest, KCSB enters into no commercial contracts which allow access to the airwaves and it strives to provide programming substantially different from that carried by commercial broadcast media. It is also designed to be educational for both programmers and listeners. UCSB students and other programmers are provided an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of radio broadcasting, both technically and in terms of broadcast ...
 
A science radioshow covering our coast, outer space, and all that's in between. The hosts are oceanographers at UCSB.
 
The UCSB Bren School of Environmental Science and Management's Cache Creek Group Project team has weekly meetings that are recorded. This podcast will be the recordings from those meetings.
 
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John Greathouse talks about how to obtain government grants, funds and subsidies and using the monies to build your business. John Greathouse – serial entrepreneur turned Investor -is now a UCSB business Professor. John is a prolific author who regularly publishes in Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Inc. and Business Insider. Greathouse is a CPA an ...…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, episode 1 of the Live Mana Worldwide podcast! On today's show, Mr. Vince Castell & Mr. Dennis Bays from the Americore Group...Vince has been both a consultant in the Film and Television industry, and an Entrepreneur and Sales and Marketing professional for the last thirty years.Currently his work revolves around helping bu ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Barbara Molony (Santa Clara), Dr. Sabine Frühstück (UCSB), and Dr. Hillary Maxson (Oregon) trace how gender norms and the position of women and children changed during the Meiji, Taishō, and Shōwa Periods. We deconstruct notions of masculinity, femininity, and childhood, map the unevenness of the "Good Wife Wise Mother" ide ...…
 
David Kerman graduated from UCSB with a fine arts major and attended Art Center College of Design part time while working in the industry.In 1997, he began his career as a print designer at the Buz Design Group and gained a solid foundation for typography, layout and corporate design. His passion for design evolved beyond the world of print, an ...…
 
Considered by some to be Orson Welles’ greatest accomplishment in film, Chimes at Midnight incorporates elements of five of Shakespeare’s plays to reframe the larger-than-life comedic presence of Falstaff to magnificent effect. Joseph McBride (School of Cinema, San Francisco State University, author of "Orson Welles"), joins moderator Jim Kearn ...…
 
Considered by some to be Orson Welles’ greatest accomplishment in film, Chimes at Midnight incorporates elements of five of Shakespeare’s plays to reframe the larger-than-life comedic presence of Falstaff to magnificent effect. Joseph McBride (School of Cinema, San Francisco State University, author of "Orson Welles"), joins moderator Jim Kearn ...…
 
When you hear the word community, what do you think? Okay, now take that thought and think about how to build that community? Not so easy, huh? Understanding how to build and grow a community is vital to your success. In today's show, we hear from Matt Weinglass (@mattweinglass), Actor / Director, and founder of TheSherwoodPlayers.com, a group ...…
 
UCSB professor, business author, venture capitalist, John Greathouse, helps you learn which qualities might be holding you back in life and business.
 
Listen to 2 men and 1 gender non-conforming person review Asian American sexuality’s major touch-points as it’s discussed in progressive AAPI circles. We read through Reappopriate, one of the most widely-read AAPI race and feminism blogs and its podcasts. How does toxic masculinity and emasculation myths fit into the existing discourse? Tune-in ...…
 
Aaron Bird is the full-stack CEO and Night Janitor at Bizible, a venture-backed startup that makes marketing measurement and reporting software for B2B companies. He holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and a B.S. in Computer Science from UCSB. Previously, Aaron worked at Microsoft on Bing Ads. Connect with Aaron: Website: https://www.bizibl ...…
 
Chris and Fred welcome Thao and Tommy to the studio. Thao is incredibly shy. The crew tries to bait her into actually talking. Does it work? We review our impressive college bowl picks and make our NFL Playoff picks. We then find out if Tommy's UCSB education has been worth all my paychecks. Oh and if you listen carefully enough... you may catc ...…
 
Big West season is upon us! Owen and Nick give their first-half All-Big West players and talk through the tiers of teams as it stands at the moment. Cal Poly plays UCSB and Cal State Fullerton in Mott Athletics Center this week.
 
This week we are talking to Kate Voss & Cascade Tuholske, who are PhD candidates in UCSB's geography department. They both did their undergraduate work in Washington D.C. and are interested in applying their scientific results to influence policy and affect change. These lucky ducks have traveled all around the world for their work, from Peru t ...…
 
This week we are talking to Simone Stewart, a PhD student in UCSB's mechanical engineering department, about her pathway to grad school, transitioning from physics to engineering, fieldwork in remote communities, and much to do about fluid mechanics, viscous fingering and wind turbines! Featuring homemade music from our friends: Mark Bisson, Ni ...…
 
In this episode we interview Umi, a PhD student working with Gretchen Hofmann at UCSB, about ocean acidification and its affects on the ocean's animals. Umi travels to Antarctica for his research and dives under the sea ice, and he also studies the ecosystem in Santa Barbara. Tune in to hear about his experiences, and be treated to his accordio ...…
 
THESE VIOLENT DELIGHTS: A Novel by Victoria NamkungVictoria Namkung’s journalism and essays have appeared in The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, NBC News, and VICE, among other publications. She is the author of the romantic thriller, The Things We Tell Ourselves, and a contributor to the anthology, Asian American Youth: Culture, Identity, ...…
 
UCSB is taking steps toward reducing food waste with a couple of new initiatives. Emily Hall with the UC Global Food Initiative has more on the new club called "UCSB's Food-Cycling," as well as the new UC-wide initiative called "My Last Trash."Image courtesy of the University of California
 
Would you be interested in watching a dance performance, while learning a bit of math on the side? The national "Dance Your PhD" contest challenges PhD students to communicate complicated research as a dance. This year’s overall winner is UCSB mathematician Nancy Scherich. KCSB reporter Erin Wetherley sat down with Nancy to learn more about mat ...…
 
We interviewed James Allen and Nick Huynh, two PhD students at UCSB studying oceanography. Tune in to listen about 30 foot seas in the North Atlantic, why NASA cares about the ocean, why phytoplankton matter, and what it's like to live (and eat bacon donuts) at sea.
 
CALL IN / LET'S GET INTERACTIVE: (347) 945-7246 - Replay - Tuesday October 31st 7pm EST/ 4pm PST - Two Great Special Guests - JUSTINE AKLEY - FOUNDER of JUMPSMART TALENT! Your company is growing. We get it. While most incubators suggest that founders spend 40% of their time recruiting, we know that you'd rather be spending that time improving y ...…
 
The growth of computer processors has shaped modern life and yet we still have so many important and fundamental questions remaining. UCSB Professor Tim Sherwood discusses the unexpected state of the art in computing. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 32985]
 
The growth of computer processors has shaped modern life and yet we still have so many important and fundamental questions remaining. UCSB Professor Tim Sherwood discusses the unexpected state of the art in computing. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 32985]
 
The growth of computer processors has shaped modern life and yet we still have so many important and fundamental questions remaining. UCSB Professor Tim Sherwood discusses the unexpected state of the art in computing. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 32985]
 
Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. The culmination of the program is New Venture Finals, where the finalist teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judges for prize money. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing ...…
 
Lynne Kirby, Executive Producer of the National Geographic documentary "Water & Power: A California Heist," discusses the film and the state of water in California with Constance Penley, UCSB Professor of Film & Media Studies. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 32822]
 
Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. The culmination of the program is New Venture Finals, where the finalist teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judges for prize money. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing ...…
 
Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. The culmination of the program is New Venture Finals, where the finalist teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judges for prize money. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing ...…
 
Upon graduation from UCSB, Doug Otto decided he wanted to surf, rather than taking a job. To pay his bills, he began making flip flops in his garage. He turned this humble beginning into Deckers Brands, an International, public company, generating billions in sales from brands it owns such as UGG, Teva, Sanuk, HOKA, and Ahnu. Series: "Innovator ...…
 
Upon graduation from UCSB, Doug Otto decided he wanted to surf, rather than taking a job. To pay his bills, he began making flip flops in his garage. He turned this humble beginning into Deckers Brands, an International, public company, generating billions in sales from brands it owns such as UGG, Teva, Sanuk, HOKA, and Ahnu. Series: "Innovator ...…
 
Upon graduation from UCSB, Doug Otto decided he wanted to surf, rather than taking a job. To pay his bills, he began making flip flops in his garage. He turned this humble beginning into Deckers Brands, an International, public company, generating billions in sales from brands it owns such as UGG, Teva, Sanuk, HOKA, and Ahnu. Series: "Innovator ...…
 
The growth of computer processors has shaped modern life and yet we still have so many important and fundamental questions remaining. UCSB Professor Tim Sherwood discusses the state of the art in computing and how the demands for energy efficient and intelligent systems is driving the creation of entirely new approaches to the problem. Series: ...…
 
Experts on international relations, conflict and religion engage in an informed debate about the extent and nature of the threat ISIS poses and how the US should respond. Monica Duffy Toft is Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at Tufts University. Marc Gopin is the Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution ...…
 
Experts on international relations, conflict and religion engage in an informed debate about the extent and nature of the threat ISIS poses and how the US should respond. Monica Duffy Toft is Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at Tufts University. Marc Gopin is the Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution ...…
 
Experts on international relations, conflict and religion engage in an informed debate about the extent and nature of the threat ISIS poses and how the US should respond. Monica Duffy Toft is Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at Tufts University. Marc Gopin is the Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution ...…
 
Experts on international relations, conflict and religion engage in an informed debate about the extent and nature of the threat ISIS poses and how the US should respond. Monica Duffy Toft is Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at Tufts University. Marc Gopin is the Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution ...…
 
Our Feature Interview is with John Greathouse, Angel Investor, Contributor to Forbes magazine, on Faculty at UCSB technology management program, Partner at Rincon Venture Partners. Get the insider’s perspective to angel investing here in the 805. How vibrant is Santa Barbara in the start-up space? What can be done to bolster up this [...] The p ...…
 
Professor Eileen Boris (UCSB) and Daralyn Durie (Durie Tangri) regard SCOTUS' momentous abortion rights ruling, and Peder Batalden and Felix Shafir (Horvitz & Levy) consider recent oral arguments in class actions against ride-share giant Uber
 
Award-winning documentary Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen centers on the stories of six thoughtful, eloquent and diverse transmen. Director Kortney Ryan Ziegler joins Jennifer Tyburczy (Feminist Studies, UCSB) to discuss the film. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 32541]
 
Award-winning documentary Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen centers on the stories of six thoughtful, eloquent and diverse transmen. Director Kortney Ryan Ziegler joins Jennifer Tyburczy (Feminist Studies, UCSB) to discuss the film. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 32541]
 
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