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A bi-weekly podcast covering all tips and tricks for starting or pursuing a research career in The Netherlands. Hosted by Jeroen Sparla, the managing director of AcademicTransfer. AcademicTransfer is since 1997 been the leading career platform for researchers worldwide with research- and scientific job openings in The Netherlands. Are you a Master’s student, researcher, PhD, Postdoc, assistant- associate- or even full professor, or have the ambition to become one? Or do research in the indus ...
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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.
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The Academic Life

New Books Network

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A podcast for your academic journey—and beyond! Created and produced by Dr. Christina Gessler, the Academic Life podcast is inspired by today’s knowledge-producers around the world, working inside and outside the academy. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life
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The Academic Imperfectionist combines philosophical analysis and coaching insights to help you dump perfectionism and flourish on your own terms. Your host is Dr Rebecca Roache, a coach and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of London.
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Academic Survival

Shandra L. McDonald

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Thirty percent of students drop out of college during the 1st year. The transition from high school to college is a struggle for many students. I interview current and former college students about their freshman year experience and I invite guests who share topics relevant to college life. Join me as we discuss how to survive, thrive, and graduate. Academic Survival: The Podcast That Gets Freshmen to Graduation.
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This podcast is all about people who have embraced the opportunity to combine their academic work with entrepreneurial ventures. You’ll hear about the highs and lows, juggling responsibilities whilst grabbing opportunities, and gain plenty of valuable advice along the way.
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Changing Academic Life

Geraldine Fitzpatrick

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What can we do, individually and collectively, to change academic life to be more sustainable, collaborative and effective? This podcast series offers long-form conversations with academics and thought leaders who share stories and insights, as well as bite-size musings on specific topics drawing on literature and personal experience. For more information go to https://changingacademiclife.com Also see https://geraldinefitzpatrick.com to leave a comment. This podcast uses the following third ...
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The Academic Revolution

Inga Hofmann, MD

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Welcome to The Academic Revolution Podcast, hosted by Inga Hofmann, MD, a Harvard-trained Pediatric Oncologist, Physician Leadership Coach, and Founder of the Physician Scientists Coaching Program. If you are like most academic physicians, you want to know the secret to creating a highly successful academic career, without sacrificing your personal life. But the truth is that the traditional academic system is broken, leaving more and more professionals like you wanting to give up. However, ...
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Academic Medicine Podcast

Academic Medicine

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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 ...
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Academicasaurus Podcast

Bird Stuff Podcasts

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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.
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The Academic Citizen

The Academic Citizen

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An independent podcast about critical issues in higher education. All episodes are free to download and share. ------ An academic citizen is anyone who is part of the higher education community. They are engaged in pedagogy or research or both, and are committed to furthering knowledge, education and the advancement of society from their disciplinary position. An academic citizen sees their work in higher education as a public project, both in terms of being partially funded by taxpayer mone ...
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These are the Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network (WiSEAN) podcasts. The overall purpose of WiSEAN is to grow, strengthen and promote research on women in sport and exercise, with the ultimate goal of optimizing women’s athletic success and their participation. We, therefore, invite academics, researchers and practitioners from sport and exercise to join us for our podcast, so they can share their thoughts, activities, research and advice. https://www.wisean.net/
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Academic Aunties

Ethel Tungohan

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Academia. It is a site of exclusion. For those of us who are first-generation, who are racialized, who are women, and who inhabit social locations that are traditionally unrepresented in this space, academia is full of landmines. This is why we need academic aunties. This podcast will bring you stories and advice about how to navigate this treacherous world and maybe even plant the seeds for structural transformation. Come listen to Auntie Ethel and her friends. Episodes drop monthly. Messag ...
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Humores Acadêmicos

Patrícia Mara

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Um canal dedicado aos humores da vida acadêmica...São diálogos e conversas sobre as experiências nos bastidores dessa comunidade. Nos siga no Twitter @HumoresA Quer contar sua experiência acadêmica? Entre em contato pelo e-mail: humoresacademicos@gmail.com
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Academia and education consists of many different types of people and personalities. Join me every Friday as I interview a new guest to discover more about the lives, tales, stories, heartbreaks, and triumphs of academics and grad students from all walks and stages of life. We will keep it respectful, tell our stories, give good advice, and also laugh because we don't take ourselves TOO seriously around here. Who said academics had to keep it professional all the time??
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Sua Vida Acadêmica

Sua Vida Acadêmica

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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.
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Join the host of Bl-Academically Speaking as she shares her personal journey towards becoming an anti-racist educator and commitment to serving her Black students . She also provides invaluable insights, practical resources, and effective strategies to empower educators in fostering inclusivity and equity within their own classrooms.
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Acadêmicos da ZN

UERN-Campus de Natal

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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!!!!
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Academics Anonymous

Amanda Woods and Victoria Valley

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Calling all researchers! Edmonia Rivers here, junior researcher at the hidden society of Academics Anonymous. Join me to learn about all things that go bump in the night. Read if you can. Listen if you dare.
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Academical

Virginia Policy Review

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Coming to you from the heart of Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village, Academical is the official podcast of the Virginia Policy Review (VPR). The podcast is staffed by the Master of Public Policy students at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia (UVA). VPR is not a part of or an agency of UVA. It is an independent organization responsible for managing its own activities and affairs. UVA does not direct, supervise, or control VPR and is not res ...
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Academic Announcements

Academic Announcements

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The unacademic life is not worth living. Stay in the loop of Academia in this brave new age of information. Download, and keep up to date with Professor Rotsage's Academic Announcements at your own leisure.
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Why aren’t parents as worried as experts about COVID’S effect on children? Morgan Polikoff, professor of education at the University of Southern California, reads up to find out. Morgan Polikoff is a professor of education at USC Rossier School of Education and Co-Director of USC EdPolicy Hub. Why Aren’t Parents as Worried as Experts about COVID’s …
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Do you ever feel like you are so busy that you never get the time to really sit down and think about what you want for your career and personal life? You are just catching up with the day-to-day activities trying to keep your head above water? Overwhelming often comes from a lack of clarity. Therefore finding clarity by creating time to craft a cle…
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Today’s book is: The Translator’s Daughter: A Memoir (Mad Creek Books, 2024), by Grace Loh Prasad, which is a unique immigration story about the loneliness of living in a diaspora, the search for belonging, and the meaning of home. Born in Taiwan, Grace Loh Prasad was two years old when the threat of political persecution under Chiang Kai-shek’s di…
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In this episode, we take a journey through time to explore radio archives from the colonial era. Presented by Luc Marraffa, a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis at the University of Amsterdam, this episode focuses on the histories that have been erased from radio records. It examines these narratives through the interdiscip…
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In this podcast, I chat with Dr Jenny Burbage, who is a senior lecturer in biomechanics andpart of the ResearchGroup in Breast Health within the School of Sport, Health and ExerciseScience at the University of Portsmouth.Her researchfocuses on biomechanics, health and education related to the female breast, andshe is one of the few world experts in…
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In this short solo episode a share a simple yet powerful technique, S.T.O.P., for taking a purposeful pause throughout your every day. Stop, Take a breath, Observe, Proceed. 00:29 Motivating STOP 01:50 What is STOP 04:37 Using STOP 11:19 Towards making STOP a habit 13:58 End This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartab…
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Welcome back to the ongoing series on the real stages of the academic career! In the last episode, I introduced the apprenticeship stage. Today, I am focusing on "Stepping Into Your Own," a pivotal phase where scholars begin to carve out their unique identities separate from their advisors. The 'Stepping Into Your Own' stage is complex, demanding, …
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Emily Doolittle is a lecturer and research fellow at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow. She is also an independent composer, working on commissions and personal projects alongside her academic work. Emily shares how she combines these different roles including: Why she identifies as stubborn rather than entrepreneurial The ways that he…
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We must find the moments in medical education where we all can be models of thoughtful exposure, risking vulnerability and emphasizing our shared humanity—even with our clothes on. Gretchen A. Case and Karly Pippitt reflect on a body painting session they led to teach medical students the value of vulnerability. The essay read in this episode was p…
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I've been thinking: how might someone summarise the main bits of advice from all 85 (so far) episodes of this podcast? Gather round the virtual campfire, friends, and let's talk about those things that I can't seem to stop banging on about. They are: The reverse Golden Rule (don't treat yourself in a way that would be too disrespectful or unkind to…
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In this episode, I turn the mic over to Aryss Richardson, who is a high school senior simultaneously taking college courses. She aspires to be a nurse. I've arranged for her to interview the esteemed Dr. Angela Allen-Washington, a doctor of nursing practice with over 20 years of experience. I really wanted her to have the opportunity to interview s…
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With a career spanning multiple hospital systems and leadership roles, Dr. David Steinberg knows a thing or two about medical leadership. Medical student Charis Turner interviews Dr. Steinberg about his path to PM&R and pain medicine, his day-to-day job duties, and why he loves his job as a PM&R Department Chair.…
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Dr. Sara Krzyzaniak (Host and Stanford University PD) and Dr. Michelle Lin (ALiEM Founder/UCSF) are joined by Dr. Abra Fant (Northwestern PD) to reflect on the 2024 Match, after last year's shockingly high number (554) of unfilled positions in the match. We discuss our updated table of match metrics and help provide some context, especially as we l…
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Le 7 avril 1892 à Paris, la foule se presse au 23 quai de Conti. Les voitures de maître s’alignent dans la cour de l’Institut, les journalistes trépignent, et les académiciens ont revêtu leur bel habit vert pour accueillir un nouveau confrère : Pierre Loti s’apprête à prononcer son discours de réception à l’Académie française, sous la Coupole ! Une…
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Some species will adapt to a warming world. Daniel Lewis, lecturer in the humanities and social sciences division at the California Institute of Technology, details one. Daniel Lewis is a college professor, writer, and environmental historian in Southern California. He is also the Dibner Senior Curator for the History of Science and Technology at t…
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Au micro d’Étienne Ghys, l’astrophysicienne Françoise Combes, professeur au Collège de France et vice-présidente de l’Académie des sciences, décrit son action au sein de la cellule harcèlement à caractère sexiste du Collège de France. Elle raconte également sa prise de conscience très progressive des biais subtils qui influent sur les carrières des…
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Grief carries many myths. Jacob Sawyer, assistant professor of psychology at Alma College, determines what’s real and what’s not. Jacob Sawyer is a counseling psychologist interested in factors related to mental health and well-being. His background and training as a clinician strongly inform his approach to his work as a faculty member. His career…
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All bad movies are bad, but what makes some also so-bad-they’re-good? Scott Malia, associate professor and chair in the department of theatre & dance at the College of the Holy Cross, watches and reports back. Scott Malia is an Associate Professor of Theatre whose specialties include LGBTQ+ Theatre, Comedy, Television, Horror Films and Cult Films. …
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Current approaches to workplace mental health aren’t working. Matthew Cronin, professor of management at the Donald G. Costello College of Business at George Mason University, explores how to change this. Matthew A. Cronin is a professor of management at George Mason University. He received his PhD in organizational behavior from Carnegie Mellon Un…
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Studio headshot of Shinwon Noh, Visiting Faculty of Entrepreneurship within the Opus College of Business, taken August 16, 2021 in St. Paul. On University of St. Thomas Week: Did you choose your major based on peer pressure? Shinwon Noh, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, says maybe so. Shinwon Noh, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Schul…
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Juliette Rochet est biologiste. Au micro d’Étienne Ghys, elle décrit son ressenti sur les biais de genre en biologie, qui est pourtant la science dans laquelle la proportion des femmes est la plus importante. Des biais souvent inconscients, qu’il faut chercher à débusquer, dans toutes les disciplines scientifiques. Juliette Rochet discute également…
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Today’s book is: At Every Depth: Our Growing Knowledge of the Changing Oceans (Columbia UP, 2024), by Tessa Hill and Eric Simons, which takes readers beneath the waves and along the coasts, to explore how climate change and environmental degradation have spurred the most radical transformations in human history. The world’s oceans are changing at a…
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Studio portrait of Mahak Nagpal taken on October 11, 2023, in St. Paul. On University of St. Thomas Week: Not everything needs a technological solution. Mahak Nagpal, assistant professor of ethics & business law and the Opus College of Business, says sometimes a human solution should come first. Dr. Mahak Nagpal is an Assistant Professor in the Dep…
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La photo en noir et blanc est datée du 29 septembre 1938. Au premier plan, quatre hommes fixent gravement la caméra : Hitler, Mussolini, le Premier ministre britannique Neville Chamberlain, et le président du Conseil français Édouard Daladier. Les dirigeants s’apprêtent à signer les accords de Munich qui entérinent le sort des Sudètes. La Tchécoslo…
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Studio portrait of Christopher Michaelson taken on September 20, 2023, in St. Paul. On University of St. Thomas Week: Do humans need to work? Christopher Wong Michaelson, Opus distinguished professor of principled leadership, looks into this. Christopher Wong Michaelson is a philosopher with 25 years of experience advising business leaders pursuing…
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Welcome to the first episode of my new podcast series, Understanding the Real Stages of the Academic Career. I will discuss writing, relationships, research, and time management strategies for each stage and share best practices from my experience as an academic writing coach. Today’s episode focuses on the first career stage, learning/apprenticesh…
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Kavi Jagadamma is a senior lecturer in physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. He is also one of four directors at Health Design Collective, a social enterprise which co-creates shoes for people with long-term health conditions. Kavi shares the company’s journey to date including: The huge value of mentoring and support How applying …
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Studio portrait of Danielle Campeau taken for new faculty during orientation on August 14, 2023, in St. Paul. On University of St. Thomas Week: Entrepreneurs don’t just live in bustling cities and sip chai lattes. Danielle Ailts Campeau, associate dean of the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship and a clinical professor of entrepreneurship, considers…
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Studio portrait of Seth Ketron, Assistant Professor of Marketing, taken on July 24, 2023, in St. Paul. On University of St. Thomas Week: Don’t like what’s going on in the real world? Maybe try a virtual one instead. Seth Ketron, assistant professor of marketing, explores through a marketing lens. Dr. Seth Ketron’s research interests encompass infor…
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On Binghamton University Week: How do reptiles of different sexes solve the same problem in different ways? Lindsey Swierk, assistant research professor of biological sciences at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, takes a closer look at anoles. Swierk studies the behavior and ecology of species in a changing world. Her work primarily focuses …
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On the premiere episode of Season 7, listeners are treated to an interstellar auditory experience in the form of an audio postcard. Narrated by Sarah Kane, a PhD researcher in Astronomy from Cambridge University, this episode offers a captivating exploration into the innovative realm of data sonifications. Kane, along with her esteemed team, sheds …
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Main Learning Objectives-Understand the epidemiology, symptoms, and classification of cerebral palsy.-Consider the Gross Motor Functional Classification System (GMFCS) of cerebral palsy.-Outline conservative, interventional, and surgical management of cerebral palsy related spasticity. Credits: Episode was written and hosted by: Dr. Mike Hudock,and…
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Book bans and book challenges are both on the rise. And they are increasing at unprecedented rates. But why is this happening? Dr. Christine Emeran of the National Coalition Against Censorship joins us to explore what’s driving censorship movements nationwide. In today’s episode, she takes us through politically organized efforts to ban books, and …
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On Binghamton University Week: Untangling the evolution of hybrid plants can be tricky. Adam Session, assistant professor of biological sciences, looks into some. Dr. Session is currently an assistant professor at the Binghamton University Harpur School of Arts and Sciences His research focuses on genome evolution with a focus on polyploidy and tra…
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In this episode, co-hosts Eva Lantsoght, professor, and Rico Massa, PhD candidate, discuss various options for grants and scholarships for graduate studies. Listen to learn about options for funding graduate school in Canada, Belgium, the USA, the Netherlands - as well as their own experiences with various types of funding. Please note: this episod…
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On Binghamton University Week: Preventing falls is crucial for older adults. Vipul Lugade, associate professor of physical therapy, looks at improving balance for seniors. Vipul Lugade joined the Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences in September 2021. He is the director of the Motion Analysis Research Laboratory and an associate professor …
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Odile Eisenstein est une chimiste théoricienne. Au micro d’Étienne Ghys, elle raconte l’origine de sa vocation scientifique, au milieu des années 60. D’origine modeste, boursière, elle fait ses études secondaires dans un lycée parisien huppé. À l'époque, les jeunes lycéennes envisageaient souvent leur avenir à travers… le mariage. Elle évoque égale…
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Comment trouver les mots qui font mouche pour captiver son auditoire ? Si la question passionne les foules aujourd’hui - les concours d’éloquence et de rhétorique rencontrent un succès phénoménal - elle n’est pas nouvelle : l’art oratoire faisait déjà des émules au Moyen Âge. La médiéviste Nicole Bériou, spécialiste de la communication dans la soci…
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The "received" stages of an academic career are very linear and do not capture the true responsibilities, workload, or goals within an academic career. I have worked with hundreds of women and nonbinary professors, so I have a unique perspective on the academic career–one built through observation of many different scholars in many different types …
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Duncan Graham and Karen Faulds are both chemistry professors at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. They were part of the team which founded the diagnostics spin-out company D3 Technologies in 2007. Duncan and Karen share what they learned from both starting and closing the company including: Their long, slow journey to try and make D3 Techno…
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On Binghamton University Week: How much digital media is too much? Peter Gerhardstein, professor of psychology, examines a new way to measure overuse. Investigation of the perceptual and attention processes that influence the formation of our perceptions of the visual world and of visual memories, and exploration of the structure and content of vis…
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On Binghamton University Week: Do you give to charitable causes at the register? Lauren Dula, assistant professor of public administration, explores this phenomenon. Dr. Dula is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the College of Community and Public Affairs. Her research focuses on gender, equit…
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