Best undergraduate podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Business Statistics - Undergraduate
 
Lecture videos for Dr. Jerz's undergraduate Business Statistics course. Note: This podcast is "refreshed" each semester, meaning that I remove most episodes except the introductory episodes.I am not sure when, or if this course will be offered in the future, so its podcasts are uncertain right now.Note: I do try to improve the episodes as often as I can, so you might want to re-download episodes occasionally.
 
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MSCI3000 Operations Management - Undergraduate
 
Support items, such as lecture videos, for the undergraduate Operations Management course at The University of Iowa. Note: This podcast is refreshed each semester. The course begins again in June 2017.
 
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MSCI3005 Information Systems - Undergraduate
 
Support items, such as lecture videos, for the undergraduate Information Systems course at The University of Iowa. Note: This podcast is refreshed each semester. The course begins again in June 2017. See you then!
 
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STBE237 Business Statistics - Undergraduate
 
Lecture videos for Dr. Jerz's undergraduate Business Statistics course. Note: This podcast is "refreshed" each semester, meaning that I remove most episodes except the introductory episodes.This course starts again in October 2016 and runs for 8 weeks.Note: I do try to improve the episodes as often as I can, so you might want to re-download episodes occasionally.
 
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MSCI3000 Operations Management - Undergraduate
 
Support items, such as lecture videos, for the undergraduate Operations Management course at The University of Iowa. Note: This podcast is refreshed each semester. The course begins again in August 2016.
 
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MSCI3005 Information Systems - Undergraduate
 
Support items, such as lecture videos, for the undergraduate Information Systems course at The University of Iowa. Note: This podcast is refreshed each semester. The course begins again in June 2016. See you then!
 
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Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014 [Video]
 
Chapels from the Spring 2014 semester at Biola University.
 
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Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014 [Audio]
 
Chapels from the Spring 2014 semester at Biola University.
 
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Gary Ryan - What Really Matters For Undergraduate Students
 
Undergraduate students are regularly unaware of the employability skills that they are developing at university or in part time jobs or volunteer opportunities. As a result many undergraduate students believe that they don't have any 'relevant' experience. Employability skills are generic skills that are important in any technical field of expertise. This series helps undergraduate students to indentify these skills and to commence practicing them in a way that will acclerate their careers.
 
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Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. This week’s news podcast is sponsored by elevatorbooks.com: http://www.elevatorbooks.comMOTION ACQUIRES PARTS SUPPLIER NUMATICNationwide parts distributor Motion Industries, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Co., is acquiring Numatic Engineering of Los Angeles on August 1. Founded in 19 ...…
 
Mount St. Joseph University , established by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati as the first Catholic university for women in Southwestern Ohio, opened its doors to its first 20 students in 1920. Today, the university offers a liberal arts and science education to more than 1,500 undergraduate and 500 graduate students.…
 
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Beyond the Bench: STEMulating Career Conversations
 
Dr. Dale Wesson shares his journey from a chemical engineering undergraduate student to a VP of Research in Higher Education Administration. He gained valuable experiences along his non-linear journey to the PhD, which included resigning from the same company twice. Through all of this, he credits having a strong family support system as the ma ...…
 
My guest today is Kevin Erdmann, he blogs about economics and finance at Idiosyncratic Whisk.Kevin has written a ton about housing, as evidenced by the titles of his blog posts. A recent one is labeled Housing: Part 239. This series is part of a larger book project that Kevin is publically drafting on his blog.We discuss the housing bubble of t ...…
 
This week the Handling Business Podcast welcomes Alex Stathopoulos! Alex is an employment litigation attorney at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, and works out of the firm’s San Francisco office. In that role, she regularly counsels clients and litigates employment-related claims before various administrative agencies and in state and federal co ...…
 
On today’s show Dr. Jen talks with Dr. Chuck Macknee, who was the first doctoral student to do scientific research about transcendent sexual experiences of Christian couples. Dr. Macknee has a lot to share how each of these couples had satisfying sex that not only brought them closer together but to their understanding of the Divine. Chuck MacK ...…
 
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Women Seeking Wellness: Health | Happiness | Motivation | Inspiration | Success
 
In the last episode of this podcast, Dr. Meggie gives concrete solutions to heal our nervous systems. About Dr. Meggie Smith On a daily basis I am amazed by people’s ability to heal and transform. After working with our office, patients are able to move, walk, and sit easier than they ever imagined possible. They sleep through the night for the ...…
 
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Women Seeking Wellness: Health | Happiness | Motivation | Inspiration | Success
 
In the second episode of this podcast, the doctors sit down and discuss the reflection of how we care for our bodies and how that translates to the world. About Dr. Meggie Smith On a daily basis I am amazed by people’s ability to heal and transform. After working with our office, patients are able to move, walk, and sit easier than they ever im ...…
 
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Women Seeking Wellness: Health | Happiness | Motivation | Inspiration | Success
 
Dr. Meggie and Dr. Maj sit down face to face and discuss her path to healing her body and then taking that healing to the world. Dr. Meggie Smith practices a wonderful form of gentle chiropractic that calms the nervous system and creates a safe space to heal. About Dr. Meggie Smith On a daily basis I am amazed by people’s ability to heal and tr ...…
 
It’s no secret that the University of Utah has produced some stellar athletes through their football program over the years. For this episode of Droppin Dimes, two of them joined the show to discuss what they’ve been up to since their playing days at the U. Both Jesse Boone and Matt Martinez continue to find success off the field these days. Bo ...…
 
Jordyn Feingold is a first-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine. She is passionate about integrating the science of well-being into medicine and creating cultures that enable practitioners and patients to thrive. Jordyn completed her undergraduate studies in Health and Societies as well as her Master’s of Applied Positive Psycho ...…
 
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Journey to Chinese Fluency | Learn Chinese | Culture | Technique | Motivation
 
Klaudia is from Poland. Her native language is Polish. Apart from Chinese and English, she also speaks Spanish and learning French and Korean at the moment. Klaudia started her journey learning Chinese since she was 13. She is now an undergraduate student in Amsterdam Netherlands.
 
The first semester of an undergraduate physics course invariably spends a lot of time on two big ideas: The momentum principle and the work energy principle. Both deal with forces acting on an object, which often leads students to think they are similar. In a way, they are, and they play a huge role in almost everything you learn during an intr ...…
 
Andrew Carnegie had a personal bagpipe player on his payroll and the university that bears his name shows its Scottish roots through its signature green and red tartan plaid and mascot, Scotty . Those are not the only ways Carnegie Mellon University upholds its Scottish heritage. Tucked deep in the halls of CMU’s University Center is a small ro ...…
 
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Think About It… from Houston Baptist University
 
Ben Blackwell is Assistant Professor of Theology, Director of Graduate Programs for the School of Christian Thought and Program Coordinator, Undergraduate and Graduate Theology Programs here at Houston Baptist University. Dr. Blackwell speaks of his in-depth knowledge of Pauline soteriology and the reception history of the New Testament. Relate ...…
 
Are you interested in a career in academia? Tune in for this episode of PhD Trekkers where Yan interviews Keary Engle, an Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department at the Scripps Research Institute. Keary discusses his career journey, his approach toward research, mentoring, education, outreach, and how he navigates some of the unique cha ...…
 
In this episode we talk about the different types of admissions plans for undergraduate programs in the US, UK and Canada. We talk about Early Decision, Early Action, Rolling admissions and Regular Decision. This is an IVM Production; for more such awesome podcasts, come find us: Website: Indusvox.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ivmpodca ...…
 
It’s the story of a lovely lady and a man named Brady… who wonder if it’s OK for a woman to be a doctor, gleefully and sadistically mete out punishments to Marcia, who only wants to honor her dad, have a lot of fun with the word pink, and finally get rid of Tiger (Tiger number 3!). On Episode 3 we cover Brady Bunch season 1, episodes 13 through ...…
 
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Novel Podcast: Millennial Entrepreneurs | Online Business Advice | Successful Lifestyle Blog
 
John Mavros is the author of two acclaimed research studies and the upcoming book Enough iz Enough: How Parents and Teachers Can Regain Control. John was a graduate of Princeton, where he discovered an intense passion for working with teenagers during after-school and summer enrichment programs within the community. In 1969, with six other unde ...…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:05:00 Reports from NECSS Sharon Roney from Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia and Richard Saunders wander around the auditorium before the start of the Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism in New York. https://www.facebook.com/GSoWproject Later Richard catches up with Dr Harriet Hall, MD to chat ...…
 
In this installment of This Must Be the Place Elizabeth and David give a post-film review, along with Rebecca Clements (and also a bit of help from Trent and Casper), of the Jane Jacobs documentary “Citizen Jane: Battle for the City”. As is discussed, the film features a fantastic variety of archival footage and also has very high production va ...…
 
My guest today is Kevin Erdmann, he blogs about economics and finance at Idiosyncratic Whisk. Kevin has written a ton about housing, as evidenced by the titles of his blog posts. A recent one is labeled Housing: Part 239. This series is part of a larger book project that Kevin is publically drafting on his blog. We discuss the housing bubble of ...…
 
Hazing is defined as any activity required implicitly or explicitly as a condition of initiation or continued membership in an organization whether it be a college fraternity, sports team, military unit or social club. Hazing negatively impacts the physical and psychological well being of initiates and is said to create bonds between members, b ...…
 
Hazing is defined as any activity required implicitly or explicitly as a condition of initiation or continued membership in an organization whether it be a college fraternity, sports team, military unit or social club. Hazing negatively impacts the physical and psychological well being of initiates and is said to create bonds between members, b ...…
 
Spokane Oil & Coal Train Fine Likely to Go on November Ballot WSU Regents Approves 2.2% Undergraduate Tuition Increase Idaho Democrats Sue Secretary of State Lawerence Denney Seeking to Stop Him from Giving Idaho Voter Records to President Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity Idaho Senator Shawn Keough of Sandpoint to Retire Next Year LoFi ...…
 
Welcome back from the Fourth of July break! This episode is going to be the next-to-last one in our Colleges in the Spotlight series because very soon we have to get down to the serious work of where our new crop of high school seniors should be applying to college. So, today we want to take a look at a population that we don’t focus on as much ...…
 
Albert Heiles is the Founder and Editor of Autobahn Automotive Media, an automotive blog showcasing everything automotive. He covers the spectrum from car reviews to event coverage and much, much, more. He is former automotive dealership manger and is now a sales manager for Prospera Hospitality, a hotel management company in Pittsburgh, Pennsy ...…
 
Richard Wilson creates and manages single family offices for ultra-wealthy families. He also is the founder of the Family Office Club with membership of over 1,500 families of similar net worth totaling over $1 Trillion in Assets. He started off doing risk consulting out of college and joined the angel investing and capital raising world before ...…
 
Do you need to tune-up your communication skills. In this talk with Laurie Schloff, we'll discuss the top 5 communication techniques all leaders and influencers need.You'll hear practical strategies to propel your career to the next level and the top of your field. Takeaways:Create a HIT--high impact talkUse the sounds of successLearn to listen ...…
 
When you're psyching yourself up for an interview or networking event, how do you talk to yourself? We're often not aware of what we say to ourselves, and we should be. We have the power to affect how we show up in conversations, and the first impression that we make. If we want to be confident and an effective communicator, there are ways to t ...…
 
Robyn Donaldson, NABWIC member and CEO of Renew Construction Services LLC, interviews Mr. Ben Walker, Founder and CEO of Buyer’s Point, a leading source of Low Voltage Wall Plates and Accessories. A new NABWIC member and an active member in a number of business and advocacy societies, Ben holds an MBA from Oklahoma State University and studied ...…
 
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Million Dollar Decorating
 
As the founder and principal of Wade Weissmann Architecture , Wade Weissmann has carved out a niche for clients desiring heirloom design that is worthy of being passed down from generation to generation. Known by friends, colleagues and clients for his incomparable design intuition, Wade’s talent and aesthetic sensibilities are matched only by ...…
 
Theme: July 10, 2017: MARCUS “MIKE” McKNIGHT III, Esq., the majority shareholder of the Carlisle Pennsylvania, Law Firm of Irwin & McKnight, P.C., recipient of an undergraduate degree in 1974 from Drew University of Madison, NJ, cum laude with specialized honors in economics & a Juris Doctor in 1977 from the University of Pittsburgh School of L ...…
 
Theme: July 10, 2017: MARCUS “MIKE” McKNIGHT III, Esq., the majority shareholder of the Carlisle Pennsylvania, Law Firm of Irwin & McKnight, P.C., recipient of an undergraduate degree in 1974 from Drew University of Madison, NJ, cum laude with specialized honors in economics & a Juris Doctor in 1977 from the University of Pittsburgh School of L ...…
 
“It’s not that you need to dress impeccably every time, every day, but there is definitely some power in paying attention to what you’re wearing and how you’re showing up … not for other people, but for yourself.” http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/UStyled_2.m4a CATHERINE CASSIDY has unique blend of b ...…
 
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SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
 
What’s your philosophy behind your health education curriculum? Join us as the SHAPE America podcast team and guest panelists discuss different philosophies of teaching health education, important topics to include in your health education curriculum, incorporating skills into your unit planning, great reflection strategies for educators, a lis ...…
 
African American Women Engineers' Silent Struggle Against Indifference I had a hard time finding a title for this post. I wanted to come up with something that would speak to what people were already searching for. So I went to Google Trends and entered "black women in engineering". The results showed zero interest over the past 5 years. I trie ...…
 
Allison Winters, MA, MS, BC-DMT, LCAT, E-RYT treats veterans and active service members through mind-body centered approaches. Listen to find out why dance/movement therapy and body-based practices are effective approaches to helping these individuals regain control over their emotions and feel empowered in their lives once again. Allison is a ...…
 
Amp goes over What the Health, a documentary on Netflix. I bring in a Registered Dietitian Erica Auriemme to help me breakdown this documentary. Registered dietitians are not self proclaimed "nutritionists" Registered Dietitian Nutritionists must pass a national exam administered by the American Dietetic Association. Registered Dietitians must ...…
 
Dr. John Gustafson is a professor of computer science, now at The National University of Singapore. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied mathematics from Iowa State University and also specializes in high performance (supercomputer) computing. (HPC). He’s worked at Sun Labs, Clearspeed Technology, Massively Parallel Technology, Intel, and AMD. At an ear ...…
 
As the cost of a college degree soars and the debate between a classical versus career-oriented curriculum rages, corporate recruiters are beginning to recognize the value of a Liberal Arts degree in the business world. In this episode, Donald Drapeau recalls his interest in History and the decision to attend Southern Miss. After receiving an u ...…
 
Dr. Karen Postal is a veritable rock star in the neuropsych world. In addition to an appointment at Harvard Medical School and serving as president of the AACN, she has developed a research program that directly informs her clinical practice from day to day. Today she talks with me all about her book, Feedback that Sticks…, the culmination of o ...…
 
What’s it like being a double bass student these days… and what’s it like being a female bass student? These are two topics that should have come up a lot sooner on the podcast. Even though I’ve put out nearly 400 podcast episodes at this point, I’ve only had students on the show once before. During the 2017 International Society of Bassists Co ...…
 
Evan is the senior Vice President, Queens Campus at Monroe College. He is responsible for overseeing undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as off site continuing education in both domestic and international markets. In this episode, Evan Jerome and I discuss: His background & filling in the gaps What higher education means for him ...…
 
Steve Gendel has worked in the FDA for 25 years and this guy has had an amazing career doing so. He’s been involved in the latest and greatest technologies ranging from early stage GMOs, Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act, and of course, our favorite one right now, FSMA. The best part of this episode is the very practical and re ...…
 
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