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Twenty years ago, Dr. Eric Oliver started teaching a course on how to know your self at the University of Chicago. In the class, Eric would ask his students nine questions that were essential for crafting “a well-examined life.” For this podcast, he poses these same nine questions to some of our wisest and most interesting fellow humans. We hope these conversations will shed some light on your own lived experience and tell you something you didn’t know about this mysterious process we call a ...
 
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Not Crazy (Archive)

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Not Crazy (Archive)

Gabe Howard & Jackie Zimmerman

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This is the Archive for the old Not Crazy Feed. If you are looking for the current Not Crazy podcast, keep searching or visit psychcentral.com/notcrazy for all the links. Apple Podcasts link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/not-crazy/id1510583099 Thank you and enjoy the archives!
 
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Higher Ed Social

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Higher Ed Social

Lougan Bishop & Jenna Spinelle

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Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jenna Spinelle, Higher Ed Social is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
 
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Mike Levine, known by his nickname Vino, is an American sports agent and executive known for being co-head of CAA Sports, the sports division of Creative Artists Agency (CAA). He has been ranked as one of the most influential people in sports by Worth and Sports Business Journal. Levine has been co-head of CAA Sports, a division of CAA which handle…
 
Jackie is President of The Acho Group, a strategy and leadership consulting firm. Prior to founding The Acho Group in 2005, she was a Partner of McKinsey & Company. She has worked for technology, industrial, academic, nonprofit, and economic development clients on a variety of issues, with particular focus on growth and innovation, strategy, and le…
 
Jack Zimmerman holds a BA, MA and PhD from Yale University, Harvard University and the University of Southern California, respectively. He is the co-author of Flesh and Spirit: The Mystery of Intimate Relationship with his life partner, Jaquelyn McCandless, and co-author of The Way of Council with Gigi Coyle. Jack held several leadership roles at T…
 
Jane Dowling is a Registered Nurse with over 30 years of experience, including working with pediatric and adult emergency care, post-trauma reconstructive surgery and as clinical coordinator for NIH/NIAID AIDS Clinical Trials Group at NYU Medical Center. It was in clinical, epidemiological and ethnographic research that she most closely worked with…
 
Yuan-Qing Yu is assistant concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. An international award-winning violinist, she leads an active life as a soloist, chamber musician, teacher and advocate for the orchestra. A native of Shanghai, China, Yuan-Qing Yu won the Chinese Nationwide Violin Competition at the age of 17. The following year, she captur…
 
Chris Bache is a philosopher, author, and psychedelic explorer. He received a B.A. from Notre Dame and a Ph.D. from Brown University and taught for over 40 years as a professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Youngstown State University, adjunct faculty at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Emeritus Fellow at the Institute of Noet…
 
Rosanna Warren is a poet, biographer, and classics scholar. Since 2012 she has been the Hanna Holborn Gray Distinguished Service Professor in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. She is the recipient of awards from the Academy of American Poets, The American Academy of Arts & Letters, the Lila Wallace Foundation, the Guggen…
 
Bill Ayers is an educator, political activist, and writer. He is most famous for being one of the founding members of the Weather Underground, a cadre of leftist revolutionaries who sought to overthrow the US government in the late 1960s and 1970s by bombing government buildings and military installations. He is the host of the podcast Under the Tr…
 
Kato Wittich is an LA based filmmaker, Rosen method practitioner and facilitator in Family Constellations Therapy. She is the founder of Liquid Soul Ecstatic Dance, a movement collective. You can see an example of her work on Episode 5 of Sex, Love, and Goop on Netflix. If you want to hear more from Kato, and all of our wonderful guests, head over …
 
In 2001, Maxwell Ryan started blogging about helping people make their living spaces more beautiful, organized, and healthy. This blog grew into Apartmenttherapy.com and Thekitchn.com, two of the most popular websites on home design, food, and living well. Maxwell now lives with his daughter in Brooklyn, New York. If you want to hear more from Maxw…
 
Adrian Danzig is a performer, circus clown, and teacher. He was the founder of 500 Clown performance company and a co-founder of the Redmoon theater in Chicago. His credits include Comedy of Errors at California Shakespeare Festival, The Feast: an intimate Tempest at Chicago Shakespeare, The Seagull at Lake Lucille, Orlando at The Court Theater and…
 
Dr. Laura Berman is a world renowned couples and sex therapist. She has had shows on the Oprah TV and radio networks. She's written numerous books about everything from how to have better sex to what quantum physics can tell us about love. She currently has a podcast called Listen and Learn. If you want to hear more from Laura, and all of our wonde…
 
Visit ThisEmotionalLife.org/bsp to learn more or subscribe RIGHT NOW on your favorite podcast player. A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast was the first podcast by people with mental illness for people with mental illness. Each episode looks at life through the unique lens of people living with depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. …
 
We are returning for a limited run of 10 episodes with the first episode launching on January 4th, 2022. Episodes weekly through the end of the season. Our original run ended in 2019 after garnering massive praise in the mental health community and boasting tens of thousands of listeners. Subscribe on your favorite podcast player or visit thisemoti…
 
Dr. Liz Gross returns to the show to talk with Jenna about what’s happening at Campus Sonar, the company she founded to help organizations throughout higher ed harness the power of social listening. We talk about how social listening has changed during the pandemic, how going to conferences outside higher ed helped Liz see what our industry was lac…
 
We’re back! And we have some great episodes in store for you. Thank you to everyone who responded to our requests to be on the show! For our first episode of 2021, Lougan and Jenna are joined by David Mee, vice president for enrollment management at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. David reflects on how the pandemic has upended h…
 
Ravi Jain from Boston College joins us on the show this week! Ravi serves as the Senior Associate Director of Digital Media & Web at Boston College. We talk with Ravi about being selected as an inaugural INBOUND2019 Fellow and his upcoming talk at INBOUND 2019. Ravi tells us more about why he’s become a short form video evangelist and how he uses m…
 
This week, we’re bringing you an episode from Democracy Works, the podcast Jenna hosts when she’s not on Higher Ed Social. She talks with Nancy Thomas, director of the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education, an applied research center in the Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University.Nancy argues that higher education faculty, staff, and…
 
There’s a big stir in northern Maine this fall, and Dr. Melik Khoury is in the middle of it. As President of Unity College, he recently announced a plan to move fully to distance and hybrid learning — a move that included layoffs and furloughs for dozens of faculty and staff and the potential sale of the physical campus.Dr. Khoury describes these c…
 
Like a lot of us, Corynn Myers is basically working two jobs right now. She’s serving as the lead on all of the University of Michigan’s COVID-related communications and managing a team that’s part of Michigan’s in-house creative agency. It’s a lot, but she handles it all with poise and made time to talk with us about how thinking like an agency ha…
 
Episode 33 starts off with an ice breaker, introducing Lucky Luke Haumesser, Assistant Director of Student Activities and Governments at the University at Buffalo. After our ice breaker session, we’re comfortable enough with each other to argue about the correct pronunciation of ‘gif,” and make animal noises. Move in week is coming up, and in his n…
 
By day, Jessica DePaul is the Associate Director for Recruitment Marketing at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She previously worked at Rutgers as the Assistant Director of Marketing. She is a passionate marketer that is an expert in the latest education technology and trends, including virtual reality for campus tours and open houses. By ni…
 
Hey everyone! We wanted to share something special with you this week. Jackie Vetrano, who helped create our show, has started a new podcast called Jackie Watches Stuff. As you might know from previous episodes of Higher Ed Social, she’s missed out on a lot of great movies and in this new show, she watches them and discusses them with friends.Today…
 
Leigh Hall is a professor and the Wyoming Excellence in Higher Education Endowed Chair in Literacy Education at the University of Wyoming. While studying at the University of South Florida, she realized she wanted to be a teacher and create a better environment for future students. She got her master’s at Vanderbilt University then taught social st…
 
Ron started a new job as the Assistant Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct at Northwestern in May — in the midst of a pandemic and just before protests against racial violence began across the U.S. Both of these events directly impact Ron’s work both now and in the fall. Despite all the turmoil, he remains collected and more motivated th…
 
While a lot of colleges and universities talk about ending racism and inequality on their campuses, Carah Ong Whaley and her team at JMU dove headfirst into taking action. Carah is Associate Director of the Center for Civic Engagement, which has put together weekly virtual discussions on topics related to racism, policing, and more. She is also par…
 
This week we're rebroadcasting Lougan and Jackie's episode with Junior Delgado, the director of the Career Center at Westfield State University. He started as the coordinator of senior programs 18 years ago and nine years later he started his current role. The center is staffed with 13 people who oversee career services for undergraduates, graduate…
 
This week, Lougan and new Higher Ed Social host Jenna Spinelle catch up with Jackie about what she’s been up to in her new role at UNC and how the grad school world differs from undergraduate when it comes to enrollment and recruitment. We also talk about how COVID-19 has impacted everyone’s work and non-work lives, including 100% more Animal Cross…
 
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Some of the professionals that work most with helping people with schizophrenia are nurses. There are so many types with different skill sets. Host Rachel Star Withers and Co-host Gabe Howards learn who these often overlooked healthcare workers are. Dr. Tari Dilks, Professor and President of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, joins with i…
 
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