Best university of iowa podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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The University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine
 
This podcast is the didactic lecture audio and procedure video from the University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine.
 
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University of Iowa Insights
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University of Iowa Insights is a monthly audio magazine featuring interviews with some of the world’s leading thinkers, researchers and teachers. This podcast is produced by the University of Iowa Office of University Relations.
 
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Historically Yours from the University of Iowa Special Collections
 
Snooping in the acid-free boxes to find out what we can learn when just one letter from a person survives.
 
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The Writing University Podcast
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The Writing University podcast offers recordings of writing events associated with the University of Iowa. Such events include the Iowa Summer Writing Festival's "Eleventh Hour" craft talks, as well as readings from the International Writing Program and other departments on campus.
 
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HawkeyesMic.com Men's Basketball Podcasts
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University of Iowa Hawkeyes Men's Basketball Podcasts produced by HawkeyesMic.com. Listen to coaches, players, columnists, and broadcasters, along with guest experts and fans, discuss Hawkeyes Men's Basketball, providing reporting, commentary and opinion of the Iowa Hawkeyes, Big Ten, and NCAA Men's Basketball.
 
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UNI Panther Pep Talk
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Explore the history, culture and people responsible for shaping and growing UNI wrestling. Meet the current members of the team at the University of Northern Iowa. The show goes beyond stats to share inspiring stories about Olympians, coaches and current student-athletes.
 
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HawkeyesMic.com Women's Basketball Podcasts
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University of Iowa Hawkeyes Women's Basketball Podcasts produced by HawkeyesMic.com. Listen to coaches, players, columnists, and broadcasters, along with guest experts and fans, discuss Hawkeyes Women's Basketball, providing reporting, commentary and opinion of the Iowa Hawkeyes, Big Ten, and NCAA Men's Basketball.
 
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HawkeyesMic.com Wrestling Podcasts
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University of Iowa Hawkeyes Wrestling podcasts produced by HawkeyesMic.com. Listen to host Tyler Tjelmeland, coaches, wrestlers, sportswriters, columnists, and broadcasters, along with guest experts and fans, discuss the state of Hawkeyes Wrestling, providing reporting, commentary and opinion on the Iowa Hawkeyes, Big Ten, and NCAA Wrestling.
 
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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 2017.
 
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MSCI3005 Information Systems - Undergraduate
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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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The Agronomist
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Seminar presentations from the Department of Agronomy at Iowa State University, including current research projects and special guest experts on the science of plant genetics, plant breeding, plant physiology, crop production, agricultural meteorology, sustainable agriculture, soil management, soil microbiology, soil physics, and soil chemistry.
 
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College Basketball Friday
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Discussion of the latest news and notes in the world of college basketball by a panel of sports staffers at the University of Iowa.
 
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Center Ice
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All the latest NHL talk on a weekly basis from students at the University of Iowa.
 
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Informavores (iPod)
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University of Iowa radio show discussing local, state, and national news.
 
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Footprints From the Big Shoe
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Ron Gonder, former Sports director from WMT-AM, shares his recollections and thoughts from years past about University of Iowa Sports and life in Iowa.
 
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Conservation Chat
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Conservation Chat, hosted by anthropologist Jacqueline Comito, is a podcast series that explores the relationship between conservation, soil, water, agriculture, and the people of Iowa. This is accomplished through thoughtful interviews with farmers and rural and urban residents about conservation and water quality in the state. Comito is the Director of Iowa Learning Farms, an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach program that has been building a culture of conservation statewide for ...
 
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Midnight Movie Marauders Podcast
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Every week University of Iowa Film Students Cameron DeVan & George Doll take on a specific film and tie it to a topical conversation.
 
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Sports Squawk
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An All-Star panel of University of Iowa students discuss the most important sports stories of the past week on "Sports Squawk", the longest running sports show on KRUI.
 
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UI Main Library Tour
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This series provides a guided tour of the University of Iowa's Main Library. Save yourself time by learning what the library has to offer and where in the library to find it. Start inside the Main Library's north entrance.
 
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Institute for Public Health Practice (All Series)
 
Established in 1999, the Institute has developed as a central point of coordination for several related but distinct programs, projects, and centers, including the Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness and the Upper Midwest Public Health Training Center. At the heart of these endeavors is the goal of enhancing the public health workforce in Iowa and the Upper Midwest through competency-based training and community-focused collaborations. The Institute and its Centers deliver tr ...
 
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Voice of Literacy
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Co-Hosts for Voice of Literacy: Drs. Betsy Baker, Candace Kuby & Sarah Vander Zanden The co-hosts share a passion for literacy research. Disseminating current literacy research to teachers, parents, administrators, and policy makers as well as researchers will open up dialogue and generate understanding from many perspectives. Dr. Candace Kuby is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Missouri. Her scholarship focuses on: 1) critical, inventive, hybrid, ...
 
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Big Time Sports Guys
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Collin Murphy and Andrew Roberts discuss various topics in the sports world on their weekly podcast Big Time Sports Guys. Both seniors at the University of Iowa, they have a love for sports and big opinions. They are big time sports guys, subscribe and enjoy.
 
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What's New in Social Media Podcast
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The What's New in Social Media Podcast is produced by Chris Snider. Chris is a professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.
 
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smallfarmsustainability's podcast
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This show is a production of the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Small Farm Sustainability program. We will be discussing all things small farm, acreage living, and sustainable agriculture related.
 
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You Can Put it on the Board
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“You Can Put it on the Board” is KRUI’s long-running MLB talk-show. Each week we get you caught up on all of the goings-on in America’s pastime. Get caught-up on standings, scores and the status on all of your favorite teams. Be sure to tune into “You Can Put it on the Board” every Friday from 12-1 PM on the University of Iowa's student radio station - KRUI.
 
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Chi Alpha UNI - Sermon Audio
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Chi Alpha UNI is a campus ministry at the University of Northern Iowa. We exist to give every student at UNI an opportunity to grow in relationship with Jesus and others. On this podcast, we feature teachings from our Tuesday night gatherings.
 
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The bar-tailed godwit has an impressive flight pattern; the bird can fly from Alaska to New Zealand in eight days. The bird normally breeds in Alaska and then flies an often non-stop migration route to New Zealand and Australia, but incredibly, one bar-tailed godwit landed south of Des Moines last week. It's the first time it has been documente ...…
 
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Warrior Next Door Podcast
 
Kevin Dresser is a collegiate wrestling coach, currently at Iowa State University and formerly at Virginia Tech. Dresser coached under Dan Gable at the University of Iowa for several years after graduation. Kevin matriculated to the University of Iowa where he was a NCAA National Champion and Big Ten Champion. Kevin was coached in college by th ...…
 
AP chats with Green Bay Preble senior and University of Iowa recruit Henry Geil.
 
AP talks with Bay Port senior and University of Iowa recruit Jack Plumb about his busy offseason.
 
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CrimeWAV - the crime stories podcast
 
In 1999 I had the good fortune to study with one of my heroes, the novelist and short story writer Denis Johnson. This happened at a workshop put on by the University of Montana at a place called Yellow Bay on Flathead Lake. I took a two-day train trip out of Boston, on Amtrak, and stepped off a train in Whitefish, Montana, spent the night ther ...…
 
Yoga has obviously exploded in popularity, which is amazing! Yet there are some drawbacks. So much of the modern movement has given people the impression that yoga is all about difficult, visually impressive poses or “asanas.” The truth, however, is that yoga is about so much more than that, as you’ll learn on this segment. Tony and I breakdown ...…
 
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Between the Headset
 
Wrestling coach Kyle Hansen is on the on the podcast! Kyle has a strong resume both as a competitor and coach. He wrestled at the University of Northern Iowa where he earned All-American honors, TWICE! After graduating he transitioned to a coaching role when he took the position of Head Assistant Coach at Ohio University. While there he helped ...…
 
Today, we are in for a treat. Pat Dillon is our guest to share some of his best true stories from his small town Iowa law practice. Pat's law office is located in Sumner, Iowa, population 2,000. After attending Iowa State University, serving in the Army, and graduating from Drake University School of Law, Pat moved back to his hometown to pract ...…
 
Tonight the topics center around outside vendors and products for various tasks at our universities. We cover digital marketing, scholarship searches, chat and events calendars. We also touch on strategic planning. What outside vendors do you use? GVSU: Siteimprove GVSU: google and FB ads consultant provide a report for digital advertising UALR ...…
 
In this episode, Ivan and Liz talk with Carolyn Lawrence-Dill, an Associate Professor of Genetics, Development and Cell Biology as well as Agronomy at Iowa State University. We discuss a paper from her grad school days that has a great back story about how to bring a large number of people together to agree on a common system of nomenclature. I ...…
 
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Your Next Shift: A Nursing Career Podcast
 
If you love being a nurse, then you are going to have to start putting yourself first. This next guest inspires us both in word and action to take care of self so that we can best take care of others! Jill Godby graduated with her MSN from the University of Iowa in 2012. She has worked in emergency, pediatrics, and is currently a nurse manager ...…
 
Meet the Dry Campus Joint crew this week on Uncontained. Gabran Gray CEO, writer, musician, and producer of a feature length film. Henry Parizek CCO, writer, musician, actor, music producer and director. And Taylor Elizabeth Claman actor, director, and singer. This group constantly has projects going on.Henry produces music. He also wrote and i ...…
 
Welcome to Flex Your Heart Radio! This podcast is about body, fat and gender positivity, fitness, feminism, recovery, risk, and crushing it at life. On this episode, we talk to Kulsoom Abdullah of Lifting Covered! Kulsoom Abdullah is a Pakistani-American competitive Olympic Weightlifter and was Crossfit Level I certified. She attended the Unive ...…
 
We brought in Andy Garman, KCCI Sports Director, to help us explore the topic of media bias and whether or not it exists. Garman, a University of Iowa graduate, had some really good thoughts on the matter and put things into perspective for both Cyclone and Hawkeye fans. “It wouldn’t make sense for me to alienate half of our viewers by favoring ...…
 
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The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News
 
EP092 - Artificial Intelligence Deep Dive "We're in the middle of an obvious disruption right now: machine learning and artificial intelligence. It is a renaissance, it is a golden age. We are solving problems that were in the realm of science fiction for the last several decades." - Jeff Bezos This episode is a deep dive into all the use-cases ...…
 
Summary: This week I chat with Justine regarding her amazing recover from a traumatic brain injury. She talks about how she really used writing as a way to rebuild her confidence. Written by Justine: In 1990 (I was 19 and living in San Diego with my husband of three months) my car was hit by a city bus as I was driving home from work – I sustai ...…
 
We had so many dairy-related questions from Iowa State University student Cody Forde, we thought we'd put them all together in one giant podcast of dairy discussion. Naomi Blohm answered many inquiries herself, but also called on her friends for more insight.
 
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Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women
 
Meklit Hadero was just 2 when she, her two older sisters and parents fled to the U.S. from Ethiopia to escape the violence that followed the country's 1974 revolution. They settled in Iowa before moving to Brooklyn, New York where Meklit sang in choirs and was introduced to the music of Billie Holiday. She continued singing while attending Yale ...…
 
When the University of Oregon dropped wrestling in 2007, a lot of people were pointing the finger at Nike. The athletic giant grew out of the Eugene campus and with wrestling no longer sponsored at the school, many called for the company to get out of wrestling altogether. It nearly did. But now Athlete Performance...…
 
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Conversations with Anne Elizabeth
 
Conversation 33: The Story, Journey and Passion of Lisa Nolting, RD, LD “Food Service is definitely an area that could benefit from more dietitians, not just for their nutrition expertise, but for our management and our leadership skills. I think that’s what school food service really needs in addition to being able to follow the (school meal p ...…
 
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Gamut Magazine founder and publisher Richard Thomas, who is also an award-winning author. Richard Thomas is the award-winning author of seven books: three novels—Disintegration and Breaker (Random House Alibi), and Transubstantiate (Otherworld Publications); three short story collections—Staring Into t ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
While many around the state are lamenting the change in law allowing amateurs to shoot off fireworks at all hours of the night (and morning), we discussed why Matt Campbell might bring more fireworks to Jack Trice Stadium. With the ever changing landscape of television and how we, as fans, watch our favorite teams we talked through the growth o ...…
 
Iowa State University professor Ruth MacDonald looks at the history of nutritional standards and government dietary guidelines. She describes the shift from preventing disease to promoting optimum health during the 20th century.
 
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Lee Kline's Iowa Notebook
 
The conclusion of former hostage Tom Sutherland's speech at Iowa State University about what life was like in captivity
 
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Lee Kline's Iowa Notebook
 
Hear the first part of a speech former hostage Tom Sutherland gave at Iowa State University following his release
 
This episode was first broadcast on 2 June 2016. --- Marilynne Robinson on the beauty, ingenuity and tragedy of being an exceptional human. --- The human brain is the most complex object known to exist in the universe. This is the thought that Marilynne Robinson begins many of her classes with. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and acclaimed ...…
 
This episode was first broadcast on 2 June 2016. --- Marilynne Robinson on the beauty, ingenuity and tragedy of being an exceptional human. --- The human brain is the most complex object known to exist in the universe. This is the thought that Marilynne Robinson begins many of her classes with. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and acclaimed ...…
 
On this edition of the Next Level Iowa Podcast we talk with Alex Gochenour-Logan Magnolia-Arkansas who finished fourth at the USATF Nationals last weekend with a lifetime best in the heptathlon and is on her way to Germany to compete once again in the Thorpe Cup. We also talk with newly named, Director of Track and Field/XC for Drake University ...…
 
Bicycles arguably belong in science fiction every bit as much as spaceships, phasers and Wookies. Just ask Jeremy Withers, an assistant professor at Iowa State University in Ames who teaches sci-fi, British literature and the history of the English language. He's also author of the new book "War of the Wheels: H.G. Wells and the Bicycle." Withe ...…
 
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Historically Yours from the University of Iowa Special Collections
 
For this episode of Historically Yours, University Archivist David McCartney tells a poignant tale of letter writing past and present and then reads us a letter from James Thurber from his time at the New Yorker in 1935. (MsLT5361za)
 
When President Donald Trump told an audience in Iowa he didn't want poor people in Cabinet positions, his remark was met with ... applause. An estimated 40 million Americans live in poverty and appealing to their plight was once par for the course in politics. But who in Washington is looking out for poor communities today? And are the wealthy ...…
 
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