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Athlete, Ph.D. in natural sciences, entrepreneur,... some may call Catie Leta a digital nomad since she has traveled to more than 25 countries, catches 50+ flights a year, and besides all that she is smashing weights in gyms worldwide. One thing is clear: Catie is not your average girl. You better tune in to listen to her stories about the good, the bad, and the funny lessons that life taught her. This podcast is a must listen for any boss babes, barbell lovers and everyone who is sick of an ...
 
The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (UK) is an international research centre based in Cambridge, UK. A part of the University of Cambridge, it has been hosting research programmes on mathematical themes since July of 1992. Launched in March 2019, the INI podcast series aims to highlight the diverse people and explore the many interconnected topics linked to the Institute's activities. Interviewees may range from visiting academics and lecturers to mathematicians, other scien ...
 
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In this episode we speak to Professor Julia Gog (Cambridge) about modelling the COVID-19 pandemic, working with and alongside the UK governments scientific advisory groups, and organising INI's recent "Infectious Dynamics of Pandemics" programme. There's even time for mentions of the Reverend Richard Coles and the popular board game "Pandemic" too.…
 
In this episode we speak to Professor Rebecca Hoyle about the relevance of study groups during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the thinking behind the Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in Mathematical Sciences [V-KEMS] initiative.Cambridge University による
 
Episode 31 - In this episode (which is the second in a three-part series), I'm joined by Susan Caldis (@SusanCaldis) who is discussing the work she is doing within her PhD program.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCiminoMarco Cimino による
 
Episode 30 - In this episode (which is the first in a three-part series), I'm joined by Susan Caldis (@SusanCaldis) who is discussing her educational tour of Singapore as part of the Outstanding Educator in Residence program, and the importance of Asian studies.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino…
 
A Scottish Laird becomes Lord of the Bedchamber in the Abyssinian/Ethiopian court and finds the source of the Nile. Like many of his wealthy contemporaries in the 18th and 19th centuries, Lord James Bruce of Kinnaird made the grand tour of Europe (see the companion blog to this podcast). Unlike many of them he also ventured further afield. For thre…
 
Episode 27 - In this episode, I'm joined by Jaye Dunn who is discussing two electives at her school: Global Studies - a rebrand of Geography Elective to increase engagement, and Innovative Solutions - an elective that aims to enrich students.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCiminoMarco Cimino による
 
What does it mean to be a ‘good man’? With so much talk about toxic masculinity, there is, perhaps. a pre-supposition that there is no good masculinity. This lecture by Dr Nina Power, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University, is based on her forthcoming book, What do Men Want? It is part of the IF Project‘s 2019 lecture series, Thinki…
 
This lecture on Left populism is part of the IF Project’s lecture series, Thinking between the Lines: Truth, Lies and Fiction in an age of populism. Dr Marina Prentoulis, Senior Lecturer in the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies at University of East Anglia and a member of Syriza, explores the differences between Lef…
 
“No one has ever doubted that truth and politics are on rather bad terms with each other, and no one, as far as I. know, has ever counted truthfulness among the political virtues. Lies have always been regarded as necessary and justifiable tools not only of the politician’s or the demagogue’s but also of the statesman’s trade. Why is that so? And w…
 
Who is allowed to make things up? What does fiction writing have to do with life? Is a novel a document? This is the second lecture in the If Project series, Thinking Between the Lines: truth, lies and fiction in an age of populism. Dr Katie da Cunha Lewin (@kdc_lewin) explores what it means to ‘make things up’ in literature, especially looking at …
 
“We need to get away from the idea that knowledge, expertise and truth are obvious and given.” This first lecture in the IF Project lecture series 2019, Thinking Between the Lines: Truth, lies and fiction in an age of populism is given by Professor Will Davies of Goldsmith’s, University of London. Professor Davies’s powerpoint can be found here. Wh…
 
Episode 24 - In this episode, I'm joined by Alisa Stephens (@alisa_stephens) who is discussing the creation and use of online community spaces for both teachers and students.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCiminoMarco Cimino による
 
Episode 23 - In this episode, I'm joined by Dr David Roy (@dmsroy) who is discussing arts education, disability and inclusion, and the state of education.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCiminoMarco Cimino による
 
Episode 21 - In this episode, I'm joined by Alethea Kinsela (@AletheaKinsela) who is discussing archeology education, and alternative history in young adult fiction.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCiminoMarco Cimino による
 
Episode 20 - In this episode, I'm joined by Martin Plüss (@plu) and Lee Hancock (@ld_hancock) in a TeachMeet-style talk on Geography.Martin will be talking about strategies to bring local geography into the classroom, and Lee will be talking about his passion for geography, technology integration, and PBL in the geography classroom. Please subscrib…
 
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