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The faculty behind the academic journal Academicasaurus really just want to get the next issue out. If only they'd stop getting bizarre submissions shoved under their doors... and who exactly is recording all this, anyway? Academicasaurus is a fictional podcast written and produced by Mary O'Reilly. It stars Maryna Matlock as Ida Winters, Amanda Funk-Hilton as Bee West, and Mary O'Reilly as Anne Dye. New episodes are posted every other week.
 
Olá! Seja bem-vindo(a) ao podcast do projeto "Sua Vida Acadêmica". Eu sou Juliana Prata, professora, escritora e produtora de conteúdo sobre produtividade e escrita acadêmica. No projeto, compartilho informações, dicas, técnicas e metodologias sobre o gerenciamento e organização da vida e também sobre formas para o desenvolvimento da habilidade da escrita. Se tiver alguma dúvida ou sugestão, envie-nos um e-mail para suavidaacademicacontato@gmail.com ou um voicenote pelo Archor.
 
The podcast for academic womxn who want to write and publish more while rejecting the culture of overwork in academia. Cathy Mazak, PhD, helps you create the career (and life) you want by centering your writing. Kick guilt and overwhelm to the curb and amplify your voice to make a real impact on your field--without breaking down or burning out.
 
Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
 
[EN] Academic IT Festival is an international conference organized since 2005 by students for everyone who is interested in IT and new technologies. Each year in Kraków we gather IT-enthusiasts from the entire world along with people passionate about informatics, regardless of their profession. [PL] Studencki Festiwal Informatyczny jest międzynarodową konferencją organizowaną od 2005 r. przez studentów, dla wszystkich zainteresowanych informatyką i nowymi technologiami. Co roku, w Krakowie, ...
 
Cérémonie présidée par le recteur Dominique Arlettaz, le Dies academicus réunit les autorités politiques et académiques, ainsi que les étudiants, les enseignants et le personnel administratif et technique de l'Université. L'occasion de rappeler la vocation d'ouverture d'une institution qui se veut au service de son canton et en dialogue permanent avec ses nombreux partenaires suisses et étrangers. Lors de cet événement les doctorats honoris causa sont décernés.
 
Olá, Coleguinhas! Apontem seus lápis, puxem suas carteiras e sejam bem-vindos e bem-vindas ao ACADÊMICOS DA ZN, um podcast maroto preparado pela Universidade do Estado do Rio Grande do Norte! Sinta-se convidado a compartilhar conosco as milhares de aventuras que envolvem a vida acadêmica. Portanto, pegue seus fones, acomode-se confortavelmente e esteja preparado: a partir de agora, a UERN também, está na PODOSFERA!!!!
 
Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at http://academics.hse.ru/podcasts
 
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"So now I am faced with dual dilemmas; not only with what to do for this patient, but also with how to display (or obscure) this gap in my medical knowledge to Mike." Third-year internal medicine and pediatrics resident physician, Dr. Ben Frush, acknowledges the power of mutual humility, especially among medical trainees, as he reflects on his firs…
 
On Rhodes College Week: Social inequalities and health match up together on maps of Memphis. Kendra Hotz, associate professor of religious studies, looks into why. Kendra Hotz is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Robert R. Waller Professor of Population Health and director of the Health Equity Program at Rhodes College. Dr. Hotz is the c…
 
To help you prepare for your PM&R Board Exams, we're bringing you a new series dedicated to current practices and core knowledge that you will be tested on.The AAP's Board Review podcasts are directed by Resident Physicians Margaret Beckwith, MD and Collin Byrne, MD, MSc. This episode was written and hosted by Micheal Murphy, MD and Austin Marcolin…
 
What is “mid-career” for academics? How long does it last and where can you go from here? The answer to that last one may surprise you. In North America, we have a 3-tiered promotion system. Your early career starts at Assistant Professor, you move to Associate Professor after you pass tenure review, and the final stage is Full Professor. (The UK s…
 
Our guest in this episode is historian and public intellectual Claire Potter, author of Political Junkies: From Talk Radio to Twitter How Alternative Media Hooked Us on Politics and Broke Our Democracy. She helps us make sense of the current state of alternative media and how it has hooked Americans on politics. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
Dr. Gillian Fraser is Assistant Professor and Chair of the Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program at Becker College. She joins me to discuss the components of the veterinary school application, how to be a standout applicant, choosing the right school for you, and using the AAVMC’s Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS) to submit your vet …
 
Recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released updated guidelines for treating gonococcal infections. Given the increase in antibiotic resistance, this provides an important change in the recommended management for not only gonorrhea but also chlamydia.
 
The 2020-21 residency interview season has required rapid innovation and adaptability for both medical student applicants and residency programs given COVID-19's physical distancing restrictions. Listen to how it started and how it is going thus far with podcast co-hosts Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanford) and Dr. Michelle Lin (UCSF).PD Panelists:* Dr. …
 
On Part 1 of 2 of our Oxytocin Series: Which regions of the brain affect the social behavior of your species? Sara Freeman, assistant professor in the biology department at Utah State University, goes inside to find out. I was born in Atlanta, GA, and I received my BS in Biology from the University of Virginia in 2006. I completed my PhD in Neurosc…
 
"As a teacher, I can do better. If learners find it tedious to explore patient histories, I must strive to effectively clarify the connection between rigorous patient history-taking and the clinical impact that these findings can have." Physician and educator, Dr. Joey Fisher, recognizes the importance of fostering compassion and flexibility in her…
 
What will cities look like in the future? Alexandros Tsamis, assistant professor of architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, looks at a post-COVID-19 urban environment. Alexandros Tsamis is an Architect and Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture, RPI. He currently serves as the Graduate Program Director of Built Ecologies MS & P…
 
U.S. Presidents have a long history of scandals. Richard Barberio, associate professor of political science at SUNY Oneonta, looks into these profligations to investigate presidential power. Richard P. Barberio is an Associate Professor with SUNY Oneonta’s Department of Political Science. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the Rockefeller C…
 
"We are challenged to understand both the reason for a person’s suffering and that she was much more than a suffering person." Resident physician in anatomic and clinical pathology, Dr. William Humphrey, recalls a unique autopsy inquiry that challenges his perspective of life and of the special role a physician plays in guiding their patients throu…
 
How do we bridge the gap between labor and management? Marie Rudden, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, looks to answer this question. Marie Rudden M.D .is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Weill Cornell School of Medicine. Dr. Rudden has published widely on depression and panic disorder, including the boo…
 
On Bentley University Week: There’s even more plastic in the ocean than we think. Betsy Stoner, assistant professor of natural and applied sciences, details how micro plastics are affecting our seas. Elizabeth Stoner is an Assistant Professor in the Natural and Applied Sciences Department at Bentley University. Elizabeth earned her Ph.D. in biologi…
 
On Bentley University Week: When big corporations try to do some good, some question their motives. Laurel Steinfield, assistant professor of marketing, discusses the paradoxes that come when big companies try to help. Laurel Steinfield (DPhil, University of Oxford) is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Bentley University. Her research focuses …
 
"We are left to think outside the box, seek answers in places we didn’t look before; doing so challenges us to become better physicians." Third-year psychiatry resident, Dr. Monique Mun, describes the challenge of upholding patient care quality with limited resources amid the COVID-19 pandemic and reflects on how adaptability is key to successfully…
 
On Bentley University Week: There are many challenges for women in STEM fields. Mateo Cruz, Mateo Cruz, assistant professor of management, explores responses to systemic stereotype threat in the workplace. Dr. Mateo Cruz (Ph.D., Social-Organizational Psychology, Columbia University) is an Assistant Professor of Management at Bentley University. His…
 
Don’t let the wide open schedules of a sabbatical or leave go to waste. Find out how to approach this time to get the most out of it! It’s something we all dream about—a sabbatical or research leave when you can spend all your time writing. Then you’ll really be productive! But ask anyone who has actually taken a sabbatical and you’ll soon discover…
 
On Bentley University Week: Drug companies seem to be making a lot of profit, but are they? Fred Ledley, professor of natural and applied sciences, finds out. Fred Ledley is Director of the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at Bentley University and professor of Natural & Applied Sciences and Management. He has an MD from Georgetown Un…
 
“The ability to meet patients where they are, to give them what they need to rise again—perhaps even stronger than before—is ultimately to me what it means to be a doctor.” Second-year neurology resident, Dr. Nara Michaelson, offers a fresh look at the basic acts of healing as its life-sustaining impact unfolds during one of Nara’s inpatient encoun…
 
On Bentley University Week: Your health is now more important than ever to your employer. Elizabeth Brown, associate professor of law, details what this means for privacy rights of employees’. Liz Brown is an Associate Professor of Business Law at Bentley University. She earned her B.A. from Harvard College and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She…
 
On Misericordia University Week: Cultural diplomacy helped China get on track to become a major world player again. Yanqui Zheng, professor of history and government, looks into the history of two distinctive Chinese pedagogies. The first in his family to attend college in China and study abroad in Scandinavia and the United States, Yanqiu Zheng st…
 
On Misericordia University Week: Art that looks at the past can also inform the future. Rebecca Steinberger, professor of English, reads a play that makes a case for our actions today. Rebecca Steinberger, Ph.D., is a Professor of English and Program Director of Theatre at Misericordia University. Her specializations include Shakespeare, Irish and …
 
"The hands that conducted the neurological exam were not hands that could cure this affliction. However, they did heal. The hands sewed a seam between the patient and themselves, filling the gaping hole with support and compassion." Second-year medical student Mahima Sukumar explores how, in the exam room, finding shared experiences can transform m…
 
On Misericordia University Week: What do superheroes show us about ourselves? Patrick Hamilton, professor of English, looks at popular culture through their stories. Patrick L. Hamilton is a Professor of English at Misericordia University and, with Allan W. Austin, Professor of History and Government at MU, co-author of All-New, All-Different?: A H…
 
My thinking on big decision making has been informed by the following: Farsighted: How we make the decisions that matter most, by Steven Johnson The Fear Cure: Cultivating Courage as Medicine for the Body, Mind, and Soul, by Lissa Rankin Fearsetting: the Most Valuable Exercise I Do Every Month by Tim Ferriss As always, I would GREATLY appreciate a …
 
2020 was a very different year and now it is time to start into 2021. As always this time of year we want to provide everyone with an update and our plans. This is especially true given how the last couple of months have been particularly challenging with COVID-19.
 
The creator of the Pocket Mentor podcast series, Barbara Kozminski, MD, shares a wealth of wisdom for medical students after years of interviewing some of the leading program directors and physiatrists in the field. Whether you want to become the strongest physiatry residency applicant possible or just learn more about PM&R, this is one episode tha…
 
It’s a fresh, new year and it’s time to leave all the “shoulds” in 2020 and plan to be more you in 2021. Goodbye 2020! My hopes are high for 2021. I encourage you to make this the year that you stop focusing on what you think you “should” be doing to get your writing done and advance your career and start leaning in to what works for you. I assure …
 
On Misericordia University Week: What did you think when you heard the word pandemic for the first time? Today on The Academic Minute: Amanda M. Caleb, professor of English and medical and health humanities, delves into the many meanings of the word. Amanda M. Caleb is Professor and Founding Director of Medical and Health Humanities and Professor o…
 
"A wise professor of mine compelled us on our first day of training to know our superpower. She advised it may be the only thing to get you through the darkest of days." Nurse practitioner student Emily Friedman dedicates her essay to the patient who, in one of his darkest days, shed light on her superpower. This essay placed in the 2020 Hope Babet…
 
On Misericordia University Week: Interactions with those we dislike or ignore, could have important ramifications for the future. Alicia Nordstrom, professor of psychology, details how one project is doing just that. Dr. Alicia Nordstrom is a professor of Psychology at Misericordia University in Pennsylvania, USA. Her research interests include int…
 
Dr. Gillian Fraser is Assistant Professor and Chair of the pre-veterinary medicine program at Becker College. She joins me to discuss her path to becoming a veterinarian, the various opportunities offered by the profession, and how to best prepare for a career in the field. Topics Discussed in this Episode 2:15- Dr. Fraser shares her path to becomi…
 
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Best Education Segment Award: Laurie Grobman, professor of English and women’s studies at Penn State University, determined skills acquired in the Humanities will become more important for businesses in our changing world. Dr. Laurie Grobman is a Professor of English and Women’s Studies at Penn S…
 
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Best Psychology Segment Award: Kate Nelson-Coffey, assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of the South, examined the happiness gap for mothers. Katherine Nelson-Coffey is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Sewanee: The University of the South. She earned her ba…
 
#011 - Sobre os sonhos, planejamento e vida real Sou Juliana Prata, professora e criadora do blog Sua Vida Acadêmica. Minha missão é incentivar o planejamento e a organização acadêmica para aflorar o prazer da escrita científica. Nesse canal irei divulgar técnicas, cursos e dicas de organização, estudos e escrita acadêmica. Esse episódio é o último…
 
"You are here. Be with her. You are good enough." Nursing doctoral candidate Lisa Cross recounts the story of a hospice patient and her visiting son, reminding us we are each good enough to be present for what the moment requires. This essay placed in the 2020 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest and was published in the November …
 
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Best Health Segment Award: Gregg Henriques, professor of psychology at James Madison University, discussed a new way to think about depression. Dr. Gregg Henriques (Full Professor) has been in the JMU C-I Clinical and School program since 2003. He became director of the program in 2005. In additi…
 
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Most Popular Segment Award: Kevin Cokley, distinguished teaching professor at the University of Texas at Austin, examined imposter syndrome and why college students often have this feeling. Kevin Cokley’s research can be broadly categorized in the area of African American psychology, with a focus…
 
"Taking a few extra minutes to get to know our patients on a deeper and more human level can help unearth forgotten passions that were once dear to them. This reminder of their unique experiences can empower them to continue to find meaning in their lives, no matter what circumstances they may face." Medical student Grace Ro describes one experienc…
 
This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Commissioner’s Choice Award: Gretchen Sorin, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor at the Cooperstown Graduate Program at SUNY Oneonta, explored how Black Americans have had a different experience with cars. Gretchen Sullivan Sorin is Director and Distinguished Service Professor at the Cooperstown…
 
Shopping from home can also be bad for the environment. Jose Holguin-Veras, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Renssealaer Polytechnic Institute, explores ways to reduce vehicle emissions during shipping. Dr. José Holguín-Veras is the William H. Hart Professor, and Director of the Center for Infrastructure, Transportation, and the …
 
Are you feeling stressed by the holiday season and the state of the world? Do you find it hard to relax? Are you pretty sure your phone lines are being tapped by strange creatures? Then welcome to Remember Brattle (but you can call her Remi)'s Soothing Sounds of Reminiscence and Peace, a locally (and totally legally) transmitted ASMR broadcast for …
 
Computers use a big chunk of the world’s energy. Alex Frano, assistant professor of physics at the University of California, San Diego, uses the human brain as inspiration for the next wave of technology. Alex Frañó is Assistant Professor at the University of California, San Diego. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Physics from the National Univ…
 
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