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Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
 
The Global Current is the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy’s premier podcast on international affairs. Each week, we explore and analyze a news story making waves around the world. From the Capitol Hill riots to the Uighur camps in China, Current members break down pressing stories while engaging in thoughtful conversation with fellow students and faculty. Catch the Current on Instagram @TheGlobalCurrent and tune in live every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. EST on 89.5 FM WSOU.
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
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It's March. It's college basketball. You want the scoop on what's going on? Join us as we do thirty days of podcasts for the month of March as we bring in the best writers, on-air talent and coaches and players to give you the best insight into the college hoops world.
 
"Sharing stories, lessons, and experiences form sports performance professional development," providing you with stories you can't hear anywhere else! . You'll not only enjoy these crazy stories, but you'll take your career to the next level by hearing different perspectives than those you hear on a daily basis. . Giving you autonomy to take control of your story! Hosted by Matt Tometz . Instagram and Twitter: @CoachBigToe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/matttometz
 
Now in its eighth season, This Week In The BIG EAST, hosted by Kevin McNamara and John Rooke, is the official podcast of BIG EAST basketball. Kevin, radio host, columnist and author, and John, a longtime play-by-play broadcaster, have covered BIG EAST basketball for a combined 60 years. The show is a comprehensive look at the teams, coaches, players and storied tradition of the top basketball conference in America, welcoming guests from around the league. #TWITBE also brings sounds of the ga ...
 
A College Baseball Match Podcast hosted by Eric Walczykowski Through interviews with top college coaches and baseball personalities, we break down the college recruiting process from start to finish. Our goal is to demystify and cut through the misinformation one episode at a time. Interested in having a recruiting question answered on the show? Email us at Support@collegebaseballmatch.com
 
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3:13 First fork in the road moment: deciding to go to the weight room before starting high school and receiving a brochure about a strength and conditioning degree 9:50 Coolest/craziest story: some of the stories his athletes would tell about the reason why they were late to training and the relationship they had 16:31 Biggest full circle moment: b…
 
Iowa's Fran McCaffery takes a lot of pride in the Hawkeyes' ability to replenish quality talent and this year's team will have no shortage of it. His thoughts on how last season ended. Can Kris Murray become a star and have a spike in production? The confidence of Tony Perkins. Playing Duke at Madison Square Garden. Thoughts on USC and UCLA joining…
 
In this episode: learning about unions and unionizing on college campuses, the benefits of collective bargaining, salary protections, health and safety protections during the pandemic, his union has negotiated reduced teaching loads, the union represents adjunct faculty, administrators, and professional staff, Vinny's history…
 
In this 150th PsychSessions episode, Eric interviews Wayne Weiten from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV. Wayne reveals that he retired from teaching in December 2021, although he still plans to be a very active textbook author. He shares his professional background and the very different institutions he served over his career, in…
 
Miami's Jim Larranaga was thrilled with the Hurricanes' Elite Eight appearance last year and hopes to blend his newcomers into the program seamlessly with the veterans. "Small ball" seemed to work well for them last year; will that be the plan again this year? The value of transfers vs high school players. How much longer does he see himself coachi…
 
In this episode: Asani was an undergraduate honors student who worked with Susan, the match between the student and the researcher, should you ask a faculty member about what they study, leveraging the research lab model, running lab meetings remotely, the cobbler/apprenticeship model, how this work informs tenure-track efforting…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Meliksah Demir from California State University Sacramento. They cover recent findings on the construct of rapport, including the underlying factors and student perceptions of what matters in creating student-professor rapport.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum
 
Missouri's Dennis Gates has hit the ground running and is busy re-invigorating the Tigers' rich basketball program. How did he choose Missouri as his next coaching stop? Restoring program core values. The importance of team connectivity. Learning from his mentor Leonard Hamilton. The importance of emotional intelligence and keeping high standards. …
 
In this episode: reviewing personal statements for students as connected to writing letters of recommendation, how much help is too much help, context matters (such as helping non-native speakers), how does privilege influence the degree of help students can receive, "spark birds"By Susan Nolan, Adeyinka Akinsulure-Smith, Asani Seawell, Eric Landrum
 
In this episode Garth interviews Jennifer Thompson from the University of Maryland-Global Campus in Largo, MD (making her second appearance on the podcast). They reminisce about the before-times (pre-pandemic) and committee work advancing APA's Introductory Psychology Initiative (IPI), where they both played leadership roles. Co-leading the student…
 
St. John's Mike Anderson enters his 4th year as the head coach and knows the time is now to make the NCAA Tournament. Feelings about last season. What he knows about the job now that he didn't when he took it? Why the excitement around the newcomers is growing. How will they balance team scoring? The power of retaining players. Will that be a facto…
 
In this episode: narrative exposure therapy, should teachers have to stay up to date, the world of continuing education units (CEUs), variability of conference presentations, good speakers vs. good writers, conference travel, and travel privilegesBy Susan Nolan, Adeyinka Akinsulure-Smith, Asani Seawell, Eric Landrum
 
In this AskPsychSesions feature, Marianne chats with the three authors of two new books on social justice teaching. These include repeat guest Roxanne Donovan of Kennesaw University, new guest Dr. Grace Kim from Boston University, and new guest Dr. Karen Suyemoto from UMass Boston. They cover the contents of the books and how they can be used in cl…
 
Cincinnati's Wes Miller believes they laid a solid foundation in his first year but knows there is still room to grow. How can they get back to their standard of being a consistent player in the NCAA Tournament? Discussing the different ways to build a roster in today's game. Roy Williams' support and influence. Why he feels their advantage this ye…
 
5:04 One choice I intentionally made during freshman orientation at Truman State that ended up changing it all 7:59 Opportunity to train my advisor's son and friend for sprinting, and why I almost said no 11:24 Making it happen and doing speed training for my teammates (baseball and softball teams) after my internship 13:39 Walking into TCBoost and…
 
Davidson's Matt McKillop is ready to take over the program associated with the McKillop name. When did he first think his father would possibly retire? Was he always the heir apparent to the program... How did those discussions go down? What attributes did he learn from the legendary basketball coach? And how much will be around? How he plans to pu…
 
In this episode, Eric interviews two dear friends and the faculty leads of the American Psychological Association's Introductory Psychology Initiative, or IPI -- Regan A. R. Gurung from Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR, and Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College in Bothell, WA. So many topics are discussed by these three, including the origin …
 
Visit Matthew's website: www.matthewhorace.com Check out Matthew's book: https://theblackandthebluebook.com/ Listen to Matthew discussing leadership principles: https://castellanbc.com/podcast/s2-episode-006/maintaining-empathy-and-compassion-in-a-crisis-with-matthew-horace/ Connect with our host! Viannca Vélez '10 on Instagram: @vianncavelez Linke…
 
The great Jay Wright knows the one thing in life that is definite, is change. How is the former Villanova head coach doing in his post coaching career? Would he come back? Could he ever see himself coaching somewhere other than Villanova? The strong statement sent by the school to hire from within. How the pandemic altered his timeline. How will he…
 
In this episode Garth interviews Erin Hardin from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in Knoxville, TN. They start with a strong discussion of all things introductory psychology, from committee work, grading challenges, supervising teaching fellows, to Erin's work on her own course design. Erin is an accomplished SoTL researcher, with multiple gr…
 
The legendary Mike Krzyzewski reflects on the past and discusses the future of Duke basketball. It's the end of an era but a celebration of a nearly five decade career! When did he know Jon Scheyer was the right guy to succeed him? The state of College basketball. Time to restructure? And how often will he attend games? Plus, it's NBA draft week so…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne chats with Sara Brownell from Arizona State University. They talk about Sara's research on identity disclosure in a Biology class and more generally about creating more inclusive classrooms. You can read about Sara's research in the open access article posted here https://www.lifescied.org/doi/10.1187/cbe.…
 
LSU's Matt McMahon is excited for the opportunity to build back the Tigers' program and is in it for the long haul. Can he bring his winning ways to Baton Rouge? Saying good bye to his team at Murray State and why he wasn't in a hurry to leave. The break neck pace at which coaching searches happen. What's the key to finding rhythm and continuity wi…
 
Being a coach (sports performance, strength and conditioning, etc.) and within coaching a lot there are going to be good and bad days, just like any other job, in contrast to the somewhat monotonous training day/week. That combined with the classic imposter syndrome creates quite an interesting emotional rollercoaster. A little different of an epis…
 
1:15 Magic box question: Christmas gifts of training at TCBoost 2:41 His beginning as a coach at TCBoost and how that influenced his next steps 5:34 When Pat knew he wanted to start his own business 8:04 The first steps of starting PSP 12:31 What to do and what not to do before starting your own business 14:11 The conversations/questions/topics he …
 
In this episode, Eric and Garth attended this Western Psychological Association 2022 distinguished symposium (recorded live) on April 29, 2022: "Infusing the Research of Trailblazing Women of Color into the Psychology Curricula." The participants were Rihana Mason (Georgia State University), Andrea Karkowski (Capital University), Leslie Cramblet Al…
 
Seton Hall's Shaheen Holloway is living in the moment and looking to ride the momentum of a magical NCAA Tournament run into success at his alma mater. What has the last few months been like? Balancing distractions. Leading St. Peter's on a historical tournament run and then having to say good bye. What's in store for the Pirates in year one? Being…
 
In this episode: we start with a discussion with the co-editors of the STP blog This Is How I Teach, been around for a while and it can help newer instructors minimize impostor syndrome, a safe space for teachers to disclose their imperfections, hear the diverse voices of teachers, the tagging project Email: howiteach@teachpsych.org Website: https:…
 
In this episode: building and rebuilding, Easter memories, professional demeanor during conference presentations, I wonder how my national colleagues teach, the potential value of improv training for teachers, the peril of extra creditBy Rob McEntarffer and Eric Landrum
 
In this episode: preparation, preparing for (spring) break, telling teaching stories, having ambitions for your students and yourself, the real value of psychology majors understanding measures of central tendency, storytelling as teaching strategy/hook, our interactions with the psychology teaching-famous, Nebraska contributions to the history of …
 
In this episode: the new year bring new challenges to Rob's home, Rob and an arborist walk into a front yard, disrupting routines yet the benefits of privilege, Rob the educator extracts learning and life lessons from terrible personal experiences, in the classroom: scaffolding vs. hand-holding, what to do when modality switching is warranted, more…
 
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