Best university of maryland podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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University of Maryland
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University of Maryland, Baltimore Podcast
 
Media distributed by the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
 
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Maryland Mat Chat - University of Maryland Wrestling | Mat Talk Podcast Network
 
Get the inside scoop on everything associated with the college wrestling program at the University of Maryland. Interviews with coach Kerry McCoy and his staff along with news, reviews, previews and interviews on everything related to Terps Wrestling. Check us out at www.marylandmatchat.com. Part of the Mat Talk Podcast Network.
 
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Cyber Frontiers (Audio MP3)
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Cyber Frontiers is all about Exploring Cyber security, Big Data, and the Technologies Shaping the Future Through an Academic Perspective! Christian Johnson, a student at the University of Maryland will bring fresh and relevant topics to the show based on the current work he does. Never on a schedule, but always up to date!
 
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Sports Tonight with Rob & Chris
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Sports Tonight with Rob & Chris airs weekly on Baltimore Sports and Life (BSL).Show focus is on the Orioles, Ravens, & Terps.
 
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Talking Terps
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Discussion of University of Maryland Terrapins (Terps) Basketball, and Football. The hosts are Zack Kiesel, & CT Schwink.
 
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Radio College Park
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Weekly Audio Program from University of Maryland
 
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Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Brought to you by the online Master of Science and Graduate Certificates in Palliative Care from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. graduate.umaryland.edu/palliative
 
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Relatively Certain
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Hear the latest news about everything from quantum computers to astrophysics, all straight from scientists at the University of Maryland. Relatively Certain is produced by the Joint Quantum Institute and hosted by a rotating cast, featuring Chris Cesare, Emily Edwards and Sean Kelley. Episodes from Quantum Conversations, a prior series focused entirely on quantum physics, will remain available under the new name.
 
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Saad Tasleem
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Shaykh Saad studied Art History, Modern Art, Graphic Design, and Psychology at the University of Maryland. He started his Islamic education at IIASA in Fairfax, VA. He then went on to study in the Islamic University of Madinah where he dedicated himself to the study of Islamic Sciences. He graduated with a Bachelor’s from the Faculty of Shariah, University of Madinah.He is currently an instructor at AlMaghrib Institute.
 
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GVPT 388 - Experiential Learning
 
This is the companion podcast feed for Government & Politics 388P, Experiential Learning at the University of Maryland - College Park.
 
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What's on My Mind with Dean E. Albert Reece
 
Every month, Dean E. Albert Reece talks about issues important to medical education, biomedical research and patient care at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
 
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Words and Music: Musical Theater in America
 
This series is designed to introduce middle and high school audiences to the many aspects of musical theater. Using examples of the best that Broadway musicals have to offer, Heather Nathans, Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Maryland, talks about the history of musical theater in America; its structure and elements of a musical (do you know what an "I Want" song is?); musical theater's role in making social commentary, and its legacy.
 
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Detailing Addictions with Dr. Susan Blank, MD
 
Susan Blank, MD, is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer for the Atlanta Healing Center. A graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, she completed a residency in Psychiatry and Neurology at Sheppard Pratt Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She received her training in Forensics at the University of Virginia, and her training in Addiction Medicine in Atlanta at the Talbott Recovery Campus. She recently completed a Fellowship and Advance Fellowship training in Anti-aging and Regenerative Medi ...
 
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Said Rageah
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Born in Somalia, Shaykh Said later moved to North America in the late 80s. He has a Bachelor’s in Islamic studies and a Masters in Shari’ah. He has had several posts over the years, including (but not limited to): founder of Masjid Huda in Montreal and Masjid Aya in Maryland, advisor for Muslim Youth magazine, and member in the Aqsa Association. He is also the founder of both Muslim Magazine and Al Aqsa Association. Furthermore he was a Chaplain at both the University of Calgary and the Sout ...
 
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Siraj Wahhaj
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Siraj Wahhaj was born as Jeffrey Kearse and raised in Brooklyn. His mother was a nurse and his father a hospital dietitian. His brother is writer and editor Gregory S. Kearse of Silver Spring, Maryland. He went to church religiously and went on to become a Sunday school teacher as a teenager in a Baptist church.[4] Wahhaj then later went on to the New York University on a partial scholarship. He also played basketball where he met a teammate who interested him in the Nation of Islam, an Afri ...
 
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Monday Night Madness
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Sports Talk radio that includes MLB, NFL, NCAA athletics, and University of Maryland on www.wmucsports.comThe show runs from 8-9 PM EST every Monday.Give us a call to voice your question/comment/thought at 301-314-9979
 
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Silent Noise Radio
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Silent Noise is Mike Kniffen and Bobby Azarbayejani's radio show broadcasted every Thursday from 6am-8am on the University of Maryland's radio station, WMUC 88.1. We play basically whatever, but mostly ambient, downtempo, and noise music.
 
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Real Estate Investing
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Behind the scenes look at the real estate lifestyle: Chris Haddon and Jason Balin, co-founders of HardMoneyBankers.com and REI360.net explore real estate investing, marketing, tech, entrepreneurship, and more.You are what you read (or listen to)! Subscribe now to get the best lessons for a real estate entrepreneur and keep your brain filled with the info that's going to push your business and life in the right direction.About the podcasters (and authors of The Whiteboard book):Jason Balin is ...
 
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Karim Abuzaid
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Imam Karim Abuzaid is the Imam of Colorado Islamic Society. His studies are concentrated in Fundamentals of Islam, Quranic Studies and Hadith Sciences.Imam Karim is a Hafiz Al-Qur’an, having committed the complete text of the Qur’an to memory. His love and passion of teaching Islam led to his founding of Tafseer Al-Quran Institute(TAQI), a full-time Hifz, Arabic and Islamic Studies Program with branches in Lanham- Maryland, Sharkia-Egypt and Denver-Colorado.An esteemed Daa’yah, Imam Karim is ...
 
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Israel National Radio - Lazer Brody
 
Multi-talented author, speaker, composer and spiritual guide, Rabbi Lazer Brody came to Israel from the USA in 1970 after graduating from the University of Maryland's College of Agriculture. A decorated veteran of an elite IDF Special Forces Unit, he left his mountaintop farm in Samaria in 1982 and began intensive Torah studies that led to his rabbinical ordination in 1992. Rabbi Brody pens the award-winning Lazer Beams weblog http://lazerbrody.typepad.com/ , is the English-language editor o ...
 
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Terp Weekly Edition
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Terp Weekly Edition is a week-in-review news show produced through cooperation between the Philip Merrill College of Journalism and the campus radio station, WMUC. The show was started in the spring of 2004, and it tackles issues important to the University of Maryland and the surrounding area. The program airs Monday through Friday at noon on WMUC.
 
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Revolution On The Air
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Live from WMUC Digital College Park, Revolution On The Air is your campus commentary on news, politics, culture, arts, and all things affecting the lives of students at the University of Maryland. Airing on wmuc.umd.edu Saturdays at 4pm, subscribe to our channel on iTunes and Soundcloud for full episodes directly to your device.
 
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Matthew Redmond
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Matthew Redmond, a student at Georgetown University, has had extensive experience in Cross Cultural Relations and Conflict Resolution. Matthew has been appointed to serve on a variety of organizations boards in the public and private sector in Maryland and internationally, including the Maryland Office of Family Youth and Children, Forum for Youth Investment, UNA-USA amoung other. In 2007, Governor O'Malley appointed Matthew to serve on the Maryland Governors Youth Ready by 21-join committee ...
 
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Museums in Strange Places
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Museums in Strange Places is a podcast about Icelandic museums and museum culture. Subscribe to Museums in Strange Places and you can expect fascinating conversations with Icelandic museum professionals, world class exhibitions, private museums in gas stations, an introduction to Icelanders (and their knack for storytelling), and a unique window into the inner workings of museums on this strange but wonderful little island. Get bonus material from each episode (photos, further reading, links ...
 
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Haroon Baqai
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Haroon Baqai has been teaching Quran and Tajweed, and has been a speaker for many years. He has an Ijazah in the mode of Hafs an Asim, which he received in Saudi Arabia after studying under Sh. Muhammad Ali Haqqan. He also studied at the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in Virigina – a branch of Al-Imam University of Riyadh.Haroon Baqai currently serves as the Principal of Dar-us-Salaam’s Al-Huda School in College Park, Maryland (USA), and the Director of Dar-us-Salaam’s full-time Hi ...
 
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Enchanted One - Co-Creator Network
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As a Clinical Therapist, Motivational Presenter, Author and Radio Host, Sheila Applegate's passion is to provide a forum for people to process emotions and integrate spiritual understanding into their daily lives.Sheila earned a Bachelor's Degree of Social Work from Syracuse University, and a Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Maryland. In 1998, after years of studying metaphysics, she was ordained as minister through the Light of Divine Truth Foundation.For over ...
 
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Ian Carey || Aubergine Machine
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Ian Carey is and has been for many years a legendary key player in the house scene worldwide. Ian grew up in a small town in Maryland, USA; about 2 hours from Washington DC. He was exposed to music at a young age, as his father (RIP) was a live sound engineer and ran a sound reinforcement company. His father engineered for such groups as Kool and The Gang and The Duke Ellington Orchestra. Also, his mother played guitar and sang as a hobby. By the time he was 7 years old he was able to mic a ...
 
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Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. This week’s news podcast is sponsored by elevatorbooks.com: http://www.elevatorbooks.comKENCOR EXPANDS MID-ATLANTIC REACH WITH ACQUISITIONKencor Inc. Elevator Systems, headquartered in West Chester, Pennsylvania, has acquired certain assets of ResCom Elevators LLC, a residential and commercial provide ...…
 
I live on an obnoxiously quaint block in South Berkeley, California, lined with trees and two-story houses. There’s a constant stream of sidewalk joggers before and after work, and plenty of (good) dogs in the yards. Trick-or-treaters from distant regions of the East Bay invade on Halloween. Once a week, the serenity is interrupted by the sound ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
In his work across media, Amir H. Fallah interrogates systems of portraiture and representation embedded in the history of Western art. Fallah’s ornate environments combine visual vocabularies of painting and collage with elements of installation and sound to deconstruct modes of identity formation. Portraits of the artist’s veiled subjects emp ...…
 
Doctor Carole Murphy- Doctor Carole Murphy is the founder of the social enterprise, Purse for the People and host of the Public Radio program Heart Stock Radio. Growing up in Butte Montana, she witnessed first hand what can happen to the environment and to communities when business behaves badly. Butte is now a Superfund Cleanup site embroiled ...…
 
Join host Amy Zellmer as she chats with Christy Sands of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. Christy Sands, PT, DPT Christy Sands has been a physical therapist at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital for 9 years. She earned a B.S. in Kinesiological Science in 2004, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from University of Maryland in 2009. She has ...…
 
Dr. Aileen McCabe-Maucher is the author of the book “The Inner Peace Diet” which was published by Penguin Books and released in December 2008. She currently works as a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and also holds faculty appointments at Simmons College and the University of Maryland. Aileen is a ...…
 
Join me in welcoming Kenichi Tanaka, M.D., MSc., Professor of Anesthesiology and Division Chief Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Tanaka started his Anesthesia training at Pittsburgh, then specialized in Cardiothoracic Anesthesia at Emory where he also earned a Masters in the Science of Clinical Res ...…
 
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The Morning Drive with Mike & Lisa Podcast
 
On Friday, Mike and Lisa spoke with Mark Feldstein, Broadcast Journalism Professor at the University of Maryland who worked at NBC, CNN & ABC. Do companies like NBC have to look themselves in the mirror for the behavior of their employees when it comes to issues like sexual harassment.
 
Man, Image, Idea: Photographs of Men from the Mark Rice Collection,” a new exhibition from the period after the Stonewall Riots of 1969, invites contemplation of the male body and engages the complicated dynamics of looking at the male form. The exhibition is on display at University of Maryland Baltimore County Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery un ...…
 
Today we’ve got a very cool episode on the Healthpreneur podcast. I’m going to be talking to Irene Drabkin—author of The Power of the Educated Patient, which is a number one Amazon Bestseller. For anyone who is interested in writing a book or has already written a book, there are some excellent nuggets of wisdom in this episode. And there’s ple ...…
 
Dr. Fisher received her PhD in Speech Language Pathology from Vanderbilt University. She is a speech-language pathologist (SLP) and clinical instructor with SA Swallowing Services and works at various hospitals, sub-acute care facilities, and rehab facilities. Dr. Fisher holds ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, endorsement for endoscopy p ...…
 
I visit the Reykjavík City Museum to talk with Museum Director Guðbrandur Benediktsson about museum mergers, historians as presidents, the state of history in Iceland, and the future of history museums in Reykjavík. The music in this episode is "Humble History Song" by the Icelandic singer/ songwriter Ceasetone. ________ Museums in Strange Plac ...…
 
Sinister Wisdom, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, publishes the journal and provides outreach and educational programs in support of building vibrant lesbian communities. Publishing since 1976, it works to create a multicultural, multi-class lesbian space opening, considering and advancing the exploration of lesbian community issues. ...…
 
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Jessie's Coffee Shop
 
A work of magical realism, the Cursed Hat tells the story of Jewish hatmakers threatened by a veil-wearing Nazi known as the “stealer of faces” who must use the god Hermes’ fabled hat to teleport out of Germany during Kristallnacht. They won’t be safer in America, however, until they break the curse that has trapped them in the hat business for ...…
 
INTERVIEW -- PETER MORICI - University of Maryland Economist and columnist – discussed the GOP tax plan. • VOTE ON THURSDAY: President Trump will travel to Capitol Hill Thursday to speak w/ House Republicans at 11:30am ahead of vote on the House GOP TAX PLAN
 
Thanks to the work of Dr. Alessio Fasano, a physician and researcher at the University of Maryland, he and his team have discovered interesting findings on celiac disease, which is relevant to all autoimmune conditions. Listen to this episode and learn what Dr. Fasano discovered about patients with celiac disease, which is an autoimmune conditi ...…
 
On this edition of Midday we focus on a particular group of immigrants, who are affected by immigration policy in ways unlike any other group. Black African Immigrants are the fasting growing immigrant population in the United States. According to PEW research, there was a 137% surge in the Black African Immigrant population between 2000 and 20 ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Butterman is a general and cosmetic dentist with a practice emphasis on implant placement and restoration. In his capacity as an Advanced CEREC Trainer, Mentor, and Visiting Faculty for CEREC Doctors, Dr. Butterman has trained other dentists worldwide. In 1994, he graduated with honors form the University of Maryland School of Dentis ...…
 
I met Michaela in one of my many search of jazz musicians. I found her YouTube channel and I was mesmerized with her guitar techniques. I noticed that she was from Connecticut and what called my attention is that she was a young performer into jazz and blues. I thought that people of her age would not be interested on jazz nor blues and she pro ...…
 
Donna Woodruff is the new athletic director at Loyola University Maryland, and the first woman ever to hold that job. Loyola, located in Baltimore, is a NCAA Division I school, and at that level, about one in ten athletic directors is a woman. Before coming to Loyola, Donna spent 13 years at Stony Brook University, and also worked as an athleti ...…
 
Storytelling has been a constant in Wanda Draper’s life. The executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture got her start in journalism and has since held various positions in communications. After graduating from the University of Maryland, Wanda worked at the Evening Sun, and has also held ...…
 
Kim Schatzel is used to being the first woman to fill a role. She was happily surprised to learn that wouldn’t be the case when she became president of Towson University, the second-largest public university in Maryland. Schatzel, who has served as president since January and was inaugurated in September, got her start at a Ford Pinto assembly ...…
 
A hermit lifestyle doesn’t always mean you’re missing out on what life has to offer. ERIC WALTHER has not gone far out of his house for much of life, yet skilled himself in many different hobbies and educated himself in various subjects. If this man vlogged his life, we would all benefit from his outlook.The Strange Squad talks about a Pakistan ...…
 
In this episode, I drive thirty minutes outside of Reykjavík to visit Gljúfrasteinn, the museum–and former home–of Halldór Laxness, writer and Nobel laureate. His remarkable life spanned almost the entire 20th century, from 1902 to 1998. He published his first novel at 17 and would go on to publish more than 60 books in his lifetime, mostly nov ...…
 
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Frederick County Sports Weekend
 
WFMD Sports is proud to announce the WFMD/Nymeo Federal Credit Union High School Athletes of the Month for September, 2017: Senior Abbey Burdette, soccer star at Urbana High School is headed for the University of Tennessee next season. Recently she has set the all time record at Urbana for career assists with 34 and counting, she is also up to ...…
 
Suanne Schaefer & Jennifer Klepper will join us today talking about, Authors '18, a place where Adult & New Adult authors debute their first novel in 2018. Authors '18 covers upcoming books, writers bios, & must read lists of everything from mystery/thrillers to seasonal reads & giveaways. They can be found at www.authors18.com & on Facebook. S ...…
 
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Sales Game Changers | Tip-Filled Conversations with Sales Leaders About Their Successful Careers
 
You can also read the transcript to this interview on the Sales Game Changers Podcast website! Born into media, Jeffrey grew up in a family-owned and operated full service advertising agency where marketing and advertising were literally part of the menu at the dinner table. For the past 17 years he has worked with hundreds of local and nationa ...…
 
I descend into the historic city public toilets of downtown Reykjavík to check out one of the newer museums in town, the Icelandic Punk Museum. You know it's legit because Johnny Rotten himself presided over the opening in 2016. In a town with it's fair share of tourist traps, this space is no gimmick. The museum was created by punks and music ...…
 
Michael Merson is the Wolfgang Joklik Professor of Global Health and Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at Duke University. Dr. Merson was the founding director of the Duke Global Health Institute and served in that role from 2006 to 2017. After serving as a medical intern and resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Mar ...…
 
Michael Merson is the Wolfgang Joklik Professor of Global Health and Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at Duke University. Dr. Merson was the founding director of the Duke Global Health Institute and served in that role from 2006 to 2017. After serving as a medical intern and resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Mar ...…
 
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Not That Kind of Doctor
 
On this episode, Dr. Meaghan Creed, a neuroscientist and good friend of both Leena and Shannon, joins us from Balitmore, Maryland. Meaghan got her HBSc in Psychology & Neuroscience at the University of Toronto, and then got her PhD in Neuroscience also at the University of Toronto. She studies how cocaine re-wires the brain’s reward circuitry, ...…
 
I continue my conversation with Sigurlaugur Ingólfsson at the Árbær Open Air Museum in Reykjavík. We discuss what makes an open air museum visit memorable, whether admission prices motivate museums to stay fresh and engaging, and why we have to think about museums like businesses (sometimes). Music for this episode created by soandso. Used here ...…
 
South Dakota State Percussion Professor Aaron Ragsdale hears about last week’s podcast (01:40), getting the job at SDSU (02:20), growing up in Fayetteville, AR (22:50), the UNLV-Arkansas 1991 basketball game and Scotty Thurman’s shot against Duke (34:20), School Theater and writing a One-Act Play in high school (40:00), going to the University ...…
 
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The Independent Living podcast
 
Gary D. Altman, Esq. is the Founder and Principal Attorney of the estate planning law firm, Altman & Associates, where he has been serving the Washington metropolitan area, practicing law since 1980 and estate planning since 1988. A nationally recognized estate, legacy and business planning authority, Gary’s “outstanding expertise, trustworthin ...…
 
Anton Goff is the Director of Athletics at traditional Big East power St. John's University. He has also been the athletic director at Hartford University and Bowie State. Throughout his career, he also worked with the University of Maryland, Michigan State University, and Kent State University. Website: www.RedStormSports.com Twitter: @AD_Goff ...…
 
I visit the Árbær Open Air Museum in Reykjavík to interview the Árbær Museum Project Manager, Sigurlaugur Ingólfsson. In this episode you'll learn about: open air/living history museums in Iceland, museum mergers, tourists vs. locals, Vikings, and why it's blasphemy to visit Siglufjörður and *not* visit the Herring Era Museum. _________ Museums ...…
 
Marcia and Grey interview Mike Splain in the Ventana Wilderness Alliance office in downtown Santa Cruz, California. Mike Spain's Bio: A native of Maryland, Mike Splain relocated to California in the 1990s and has since pursued wild lands conservation as a supporter, volunteer or staff member for various advocacy organizations, including Forests ...…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Ari Bergmann may be one of the most unique and iconoclastic interviewees imaginable. In many ways, he is a walking paradox: a prolific hedge fund principal who is also a prolific Torah scholar; a product of classical yeshiva institutions who embraces - and now teaches, at the Ivy Leagues no less! - academic Talmud study; a ra ...…
 
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts, in partnership with the Allegany County Library System, is excited to announce that the eleventh annual Western Maryland Indie Lit Festival is scheduled for Oct. 13 & 14 on Main Street in Frostburg. The event brings together editors and publishers with writers and educators of the local c ...…
 
Menachem Brodie is the owner of Human Vortex Training; based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Coach Brodie works with athletes around the world, including: Pittsburgh, France, Belgium, and Israel. Coach Brodie (in his own words): Coaching since 2000, Menachem Brodie has been working with athletes in a number of settings, and a broad variety of sports. From ...…
 
April Fleming Miller was elected to the Board of Education in November 2010 for a four-year term December 2010-14. She was re-elected to a four-year term December 2014-18. Dr. Miller is liaison to the Career and Technology Advisory Council. A 1988 Middletown High graduate, she earned her bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology at the Univer ...…
 
Clint Smith is a writer, teacher, and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture, Institutions, and Society. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship with research interests that include mass incarceration, the sociology of racism, and the history of U.S. ineq ...…
 
A little more than a hundred years ago, Albert Einstein worked out a consequence of his new theory of gravity: Much like waves traveling through water, ripples can undulate through space and time, distorting the fabric of the universe itself. Today, Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for ...…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Longtime Senator Joe Lieberman is one of the nation's most accomplished politicians, and also one of its most visible observant Jews. In this wide-ranging conversation, Lieberman cover a many topics, including: his childhood and grandmother's early Jewish influence; formative event like the elections of John F. Kennedy and th ...…
 
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