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You know that feeling when you read the news and have so many more questions? We know people like you. We are people like you. RadioEd taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories.
 
Spend your morning tapping into the wealth of sport knowledge from three-time Super Bowl champion and former Broncos offensive lineman Mark “Stink” Schlereth and longtime Denver sports radio voice Mike Evans. Schlereth spent 12 seasons in the NFL, earning two trips to the Pro Bowl and winning a Super Bowl with the Redskins and two with the Broncos. He’s also a longtime NFL analyst for ESPN and supporting cast member of “Ballers” on HBO. Evans has graced the sports radio airwaves for two deca ...
 
“Amazing Americans” is hosted by Jerry Schemmel and airs Saturday mornings on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan from 8:00am-9:00am. Each week, Jerry Schemmel interviews different personalities from the world of sports who have incredible stories of inspiration. Athletes, coaches, broadcasters, all types of people from different areas of the sports community join Jerry to share their stories. Jerry Schemmel is one of the most recognizable broadcasting voices in Denver sports history, spending 10 sea ...
 
10 billion mouths to feed by 2050. A diminishing water supply. Climate change. These are big challenges, and they require big solutions. We aim to understand the forces shifting our global trajectory around food, water, and health by talking with people making a difference in these fields. The podcast comes to your from Colorado State University's Spur Campus in Denver, where global challenges are addressed through research and education, inspiring the next generation.
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
A second-round draft pick of the Broncos in 2011 out of the University of Miami, Orlando Franklin played seven seasons in the NFL as a starting offensive lineman for Denver and the San Diego Chargers. Franklin’s unique journey to the NFL began in Jamaica, where he was born, then shifted to Toronto, Canada, where he was raised, and eventually landing in Florida, where he attended high school. During his time with the Broncos, Franklin had a weekly player show with Sandy Clough on 104.3 The Fa ...
 
This podcast will be humorous with spiritual tones of awakening adventures. There will be insightful views on the world from the author of Finding 42: Cut the Rope, Benny Mailman. Benny will discuss Book 1 in the series, as well as tell stories from his time in the Marines as a Recon Marine, being a comedian in NYC and LA, and being a bike taxi driver for 16 years in Denver, NYC, Orlando, Long Beach, CA and Las Vegas, NV. He will also offer insight into his travels as well as his current res ...
 
Music is changing locally around the world. Enjoy our Community Conversations with music leaders in cities, regions, and countries throughout 2021. And please get inspired from the panel sessions from the Amplify Music 2021 conference that we will roll out over the next few months. What is Amplify Music? Amplify Music began as a quick virtual conference in April 2021 to capture stories and challenges of local music early in the pandemic. We gathered 39 sessions of conversations across 25 hou ...
 
The MindStrong Project interviews highly successful people to help people build powerful platforms of sustainability and confidence through the discovery of PURPOSE, the strength of STANDARDS, the creation of SYSTEMS, and the clarity of VISION. This allows us to find the world’s best ways of thinking, best solutions to live with meaning and best tools to structure each day.
 
Every day, scientists and conservationists around the globe are working to answer critical questions about our rapidly changing environment and the organisms that live there; the minute details of their work reveal both the beauty and the precarious balance of the natural world. Join the Last Chance Endeavors team as we interview today's leading wildlife scientists and conservationists about their most recent discoveries. Listen in to hear the ongoing story of the scientific studies being co ...
 
New episode every Thursday during the season, this podcast is for all things related to NCHC hockey. The show, which is approximately 6-7 minutes long, recaps the previous weekend while previewing the upcoming one. It also includes interviews with coaches and players, as well as sound bites from the prior weekend's action. Recorded by Jim Rich of FOX TV in Minneapolis.
 
Host Dave Grendzynski is a firm believer in positive psychology, especially when it comes to building a high school basketball program. When coaches provide a positive pathway for their players and parents, they’ll start building a good team culture and the wins will take care of themselves. On the “Courtside Culture Podcast,” we’ll talk to coaches, psychologists, authors, and players about how the right mindset causes everything else to fall into place—especially in high school. The psyche ...
 
New City Church exists for God’s glory and the good of people. We believe the Gospel is best communicated and believed in a local community of committed believers on God’s mission. We believe that All of Christ, is for All of Life, for All of Denver. The mission of New City is to glorify God by making disciples through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that God’s mission and the mission of His Church are inseparably linked. If God’s mission is to be glorified through the redemption and ...
 
We are a live interview podcast recorded in Denver in front of an audience with an interesting topic that gets posted weekly online for our listeners. The Topic of Conversation with Rob Scoggins Jr. is recorded live in front of an audience every Wednesday night at Original Brooklyn's. The show runs from 6:30 to 8:15pm. We ask the guest to get there by 6:30pm and bring friends and family to be a part of the live audience the Show has been describe like/as "Rob's running of the show and interv ...
 
We are just two (broke) social workers living in Los Angeles, California trying to change the world one client at a time! We met one another when we were both attending the University of Denver's Graduate School of Social Work in Denver, Colorado. We graduated in 2011 and in 2013 we both found ourselves living in Los Angeles. ​ The idea for this podcast started over a year ago. We wanted to create a podcast that spoke about social work topics in a way that was accessible to the larger public.
 
Welcome to the Lax Goalie Rat Podcast! Where each week Coach Damon features interviews, strategy, and advice for dominating our position - lacrosse goalie! Ever wonder what makes the top lacrosse goalies elite? Me too! So I decided to create a podcast to figure it out. Each week I interview an elite lax goalie, coach, or special guest to find the tools, tactics, drills, and mental mindsets that listeners can use.
 
Jamilia Jackson aka “Jazze Jazz” was born and raised in Colorado Springs, CO. She is no stranger to the beautiful mountains of this wonderful state and its performance stages. She has performed poetry for public dignitaries, participated in stage plays both in school and in the civic arenas, and occasionally she was involved in radio and television. She was also actively involved in numerous community activities throughout the Southern Range from the late 1980’s until her senior year in high ...
 
From recruiting to in-game strategy, coaches lead every aspect of a NCAA college hockey program. In this podcast, College Hockey Inc. sits down with head coaches across men's Division I hockey to discuss their approach to their roles. Conversations cover their background, their motivation, and even what life in their programs is like for players - from the perspective of the men at the top.
 
Jonathan Horowitz announces, writes about, and produces social and digital media for sports. An Emmy Award finalist for “Sports Play-by-Play” in the Heartland region for 2015 and 2016, he is both a play-by-play and public address announcer for basketball, football, horse racing, soccer, and more. He has produced sports stories for Altitude Sports & Entertainment, AT&T SportsNet, and AuroraTV in the Rocky Mountain region. Horowitz has also authored books for the Publishing Office at the Libra ...
 
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Our communities around the world have been challenged over the past year. How will we and can we rebuild? Our panelists will share potential strategies to begin to rebuild sociability, local nighttime economies, and music sectors within our communities. Speakers: Kim Wangler | Appalachian State University; College Music Society; Split Rail Records;…
 
Our interviews today are part 2 of the Pop-to-the-Bus-Stop series featuring the artists Monks&Ninjas and Mr. Hanimal + Street Wise Arts Executive Director - Leah Brenner Clark. They’re walking us through Chicano creations, hand-animal curations, and what it means to support art movements at a hyper-local level! Get ready to wander with 3 wonder sta…
 
Have you ever wanted to peak into the mind of a musuem curator? What about the secret thoughts of creative collective’s Director? Well stop looking through their trash cans and return that creepy spy kit because that’s just what you’ll get on today’s episode! Part 2 of Curator’s Corner features the mind meld of CU Art Museum’s Head Curator - Hope S…
 
After a long podcast hiatus, we are back with an absolute stallion of a guest. Steve Wright joins our show to talk about his journey with the philosophy of minimalism. This dude will bring the juice to your ears in sharing his unique lifestyle and habits surrounding meditation, fasting, training, and all things health. Join Harvey Martin and specia…
 
A panel of Gen-Zers will share their desires, fears, and what they are thinking about music and the music business. What is the job outlook? Are they going to go back to shows quickly or wait? What about festivals? What are younger fans and community members wanting and seeing in this live-recovery era? Speakers: Storm Gloor | Associate Professor, …
 
Ps. Ike Shepardson opens our new series that will focus on the idea of stretching to share our lives. A culture of welcome happens when you stretch to share your lives with others for the glory of God. Instead of being welcoming just to be recognized as good, hospitable people, we want to develop a culture of welcome so we can live out the kind of …
 
In our third episode from the 2021 batch of REU students we talk with Timara, Aubrey, and Christian! These young scientists have all chosen to research the impacts of interspecies interaction, which is how different species affect one another! From studying how snails are affected by micro algae, and how an increase in salinity affects tadpoles and…
 
The Colorado Governor’s race has gone to the doggy day care: we interview a dog to find out what this all means. We have questions for anyone running for office in 2022 and so should you; we’ve been asking you all to vax that ass up for weeks now, and now President Biden is requiring you to do so; map madness continues with another round of staff m…
 
Dr. Matthew Raidbard is the executive Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut, and he’s responsible for compliance & student-athlete success. He’s been an Assistant Athletic Director at a couple of schools, and an Assistant Coach at Chicago State, Dartmouth, and Western New Mexico. He’s also th…
 
How can we rebuild arts organizations this year? Many arts organizations were cobbled or crippled in the past year. How can we help these organizations rebuild in a changing environment? What has been successful in various regions and spaces? How can your organization find healing pathways and kindred spirits? Speakers: Kate Durio | CEO, North Amer…
 
Music enhances social and emotional wellness within a city. The disappearance of live music venues pushed people into singing from their balconies and porches in different regions across the creative shutdown. What will the role of music continue to be in our civic and emotional recovery from the pandemic and beyond? How will music be part of the h…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Aaron Richmond from Metropolitan State University-Denver in Denver, CO. In his 2nd podcast interview, Aaron shares homecare challenges with two educators and three school-age daughters during the pandemic. In 2020 he became the Editor of STP's Teaching of Psychology journal, and he shares his insights and excitement …
 
This week, Broadway’s biggest shows are leading a nationwide revival that returns musicians, dancers, cast and crew to the spotlight. For some, the pandemic pause sparked creativity, but it also spawned questions about inequities, irregular hours, extended travel and high pressure. University of Denver alumna Karyn Meek, a longtime Broadway stage m…
 
You may not know it, but Alabama is a HOTSPOT for biodiversity! In fact, the state has the highest amount of biodiversity found east of the Mississippi River! In this episode we sit down with Patrick Thompson who is the curator of the Davis Arboretum at Auburn University to discuss his work protecting rapidly disappearing plants, and to learn about…
 
Episode snippets: test item formats and how the item format is related to the effectiveness of the assessment procedure; do we ever match the measurement modality to optimize to what we want to know about the construct? (No.) The Laura Petrie "oh Rob" moment is born; equivalencies and validities, the hard work of writing test item files for intro p…
 
Episode snippets: four students working together in research methods on one project; the shared lab notebook through Google Docs; the possible usefulness of Microsoft OneNote for a lab notebook; attempting to record how students think, and if their thinking changes over the course of a year-long research methods course; using Poll Everywhere to eng…
 
Episode snippets: Rob mentions the re-release of the Albert Bandura episode after his death; the newsletter; Eric tells his own story of meeting Dr. Bandura at the 2010 RMPA in Denver; the dinner with Nancy Karlin, Cheryl Sanders, Albert Bandura, and me at a Mexican restaurant; got to introduce Elizabeth Loftus too. To receive the opt-in PsychSessi…
 
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