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To slow climate change, we need to transform our homes, buildings, cars, and economy quickly. "The Big Switch" explains how to rebuild the energy systems all around us. Dr. Melissa Lott of Columbia University brings together historical examples, current events, and incisive analysis to give listeners a deep understanding of the solutions to climate change.
 
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The CUSP Show

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The CUSP Show

Columbia Sports Management

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On the Columbia University Sports Management Podcast ('The CUSP Show'), faculty members Joe Favorito and Tom Richardson host thought leaders from across the sports industry as they discuss a wide array of topics. The show is produced by the Columbia University Sports Management program's staff.
 
Welcome to “Is It Serious?,” a conversational podcast where two top doctors pull back the curtain on the American healthcare system and answer all of your health concerns, one question at a time. Our doctor hosts, Jean Luc Neptune, MD and Mark Lewis, MD, share their medical knowledge in a fun, lighthearted chat while also getting to the root of the “question of the day.” They will discuss a range of topics covering everything from complex health issues to the absurdity of drug commercials. T ...
 
Welcome to Bio Bytes, your starting point for all things Systems Biology. Tune in for interviews with prominent scientists working at the intersection of Biology, Engineering, Medicine, Computer Science, and Mathematics. If you're interested in other ways in which biology and biomedicine are impacting the world, check out our sister podcast "BioWorks" (https://anchor.fm/bioworks) for great discussions on life science-related business, investing, and policy. Please email vsm2114@columbia.edu ...
 
The Columbia University School of Professional Studies advances knowledge with purpose to move careers, communities, and markets forward. Our mission is to provide a rigorous education, informed by rapidly evolving global market needs, that supports the academic and professional aspirations of our student community. Our vision is to become the premier destination for professional education by generating interdisciplinary thought leadership, developing innovative pedagogy, and advancing globa ...
 
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Constructing Practice

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Constructing Practice

Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

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Constructing Practice traces the narratives of young firms from around the globe, all established within the past 10 years. The podcast series includes 15 firms who participated in the Constructing Practice symposium at Columbia GSAPP on November 17, 2017, and expands the conversation to include many others to tell us how they do what they do. Hosted by Juan Herreros, Professor at Columbia GSAPP and principal of Estudio Herreros in Madrid.
 
Since 1999, the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning has partnered with faculty in the design, development, and assessment of projects that enhance the Columbia educational experience. The goal of our third New Media in Education Conference is to highlight some of the innovations that have evolved since we began our work seven years ago. Our commitment to keeping pace with current developments while maintaining a reflective context has allowed the Columbia community to benefit ...
 
Since 1999, the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning has partnered with faculty in the design, development, and assessment of projects that enhance the Columbia educational experience. The goal of our third New Media in Education Conference is to highlight some of the innovations that have evolved since we began our work seven years ago. Our commitment to keeping pace with current developments while maintaining a reflective context has allowed the Columbia community to benefit ...
 
Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complemen ...
 
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GSAPP Conversations

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GSAPP Conversations

Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

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GSAPP Conversations offer a window onto the expanding field of contemporary architectural practice through discussions on the current projects, research, and obsessions of a diverse group of invited guests from emerging and well-established practices. Hosted by Columbia GSAPP’s Dean Amale Andraos, the conversations also feature the School’s influential faculty and alumni, and give students the opportunity to engage architects on issues of concern to the next generation.
 
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The Psychology PhD

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The Psychology PhD

Columbia University Psychology Department

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As current PhD students, we created this podcast because we know that applying to graduate programs in psychology can be bewildering. We remember asking ourselves questions like: Is a graduate degree in psychology right for me? If so, what kind of program should I choose? How do I develop competitive application materials? And is there anyone else like me in these programs? If you‘re wondering about the same things, you‘ve landed in the right place! We‘re glad you‘re here. As you explore the ...
 
'Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices' was a two-day symposium intended to increase the understanding of educators, technologists, video producers, and other stakeholders in how video and open education can work together for the public good. This symposium builds upon the work that the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and Intelligent Television have been conducting in the area of educational video, open productions, and commercial-noncommercial collaborations ...
 
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AirGo

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Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger

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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091 A radio show, podcast, and radical media hub reshaping Chicago and beyond for the more equitable and creative. Listen to longform humanizing conversations with artists, organizers, performers, comedians, scholars, and more who are reimagining Chicago and beyond toward liberation. Hosted by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger.
 
Origins is a podcast about Limited Partners, the firms and institutions that invest in venture capital funds. Through a series of interviews, we explore what has historically been an opaque corner of the startup ecosystem and learn how the people behind the capital make decisions. This podcast was created by Alex Lines and Nick Chirls, partners at Notation.
 
A new podcast devoted to the developmental disability community is brought to you by the Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA). DDA has been an advocate and supporter of this vulnerable part of society since 1952. We operate over 50 group homes, child development centres, and drop-in programs in Vancouver and Richmond, British Columbia, and support over 2,000 people with developmental disabilities and their families.
 
👋Hello everyone and Welcome to the Circular Metabolism podcast, the bi-weekly meeting where we have in-depth discussions with thinkers, researchers, activists, policy makers and practitioners to better understand the metabolism of our cities and how to reduce their environmental impact in a systemic, socially just and context-specific way. This podcast is hosted and produced by Aristide Athanassiadis from Metabolism of Cities 👋Bonjour et Bienvenu.e au Circular Metabolism Podcast. Le rendez v ...
 
Subscribe for a wonderful cross section of discussions ranging from people with Parkinson's Disease to those who work in the medical, fitness, and research space. Power Over Parkinson's (POP) is a foundation supporting the use of exercise and wellness to reduce the symptoms or slow the progression of Parkinson’s Disease. To learn more visit us at poweroverpd.org
 
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Buffalo State Data Talk

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Buffalo State Data Talk

Buffalo State Data Science and Analytics

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The Buffalo State Data Talk podcast introduces you to how data is used and explores careers that involve data. For transcripts of each episode visit https://dataanalytics.buffalostate.edu/buffalo-state-data-talk-podcast. Interested in being interviewed or have comments or questions. Contact us at datatalk@buffalostate.edu. _________________________________ Buffalo State Data Talk is produced by members of the Industry Advisory Board (https://dataanalytics.buffalostate.edu/advisory-board) of ...
 
Managing a small team or business comes with a unique set of challenges. With limited resources and man power - it's easy for things to often times feel chaotic and out of your control. How can you as a leader accomplish your goals while keeping your team engaged, effective, and accountable? This podcast will give you practical strategies that you can implement now to lead your team or business to reach it's fullest potential.
 
Centering around the topics of botany, taxonomy, native flora, ecological and the evolutionary traits of plants, this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. While we can't know everything, with this podcast I hope to spark ideas and curiosity of the audience to dig deeper into botanical realms. Primarily focused on the native flora of North American, and in particular, New England, the majority of the topics and botanical species discu ...
 
Sujani Siva from PH SPOT sits down with public health heroes of our time to share career stories, inspiration, and guidance for building public health careers. From time to time, she also has conversations with friends of public health - individuals who are not public health professionals, but their advice and guidance are equally important. The emotions, energy, and passion that comes from these stories act as a reminder that this space we’ve created for the public health community is a spa ...
 
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The guys recently had the opportunity to be a part of Columbia University's Anti-Oppression and Decolonial Oral History workshop series. They hosted the final workshop in the series, entitled Talking Toward Repair, in which they break down how AirGo is attempting to create an anticolonial practice of dialogue, media-making, and archive-building. We…
 
In this episode, Dr. Nilanjana Paul of the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley speaks about her new monograph, Bengal Muslims and Colonial Education, 1854-1947: A Study of Curriculum, Educational Institutions and Communal Politics (Routledge, 2022). The book is a micro history of the spread of education among Muslims in Colonial Bengal. Dr. Paul…
 
George B. McClellan Junior, son of the Union general and Mayor of New York City for two turn-of-the century terms is not history's usual voice, his takes are different. He saw Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson at their most base and political. He became mayor of the nation's largest city and talked about for its highest office, only to earn the…
 
Heather McTeer Toney spent three years leading the Environmental Protection Agency for the southeastern United States. She now continues her advocacy for the environment both nationally and worldwide. She shares her Brief But Spectacular take on centering Black leadership in climate change solutions. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.o…
 
July 1, 2022 Buffalo State Data Talk Episode 20: Data insights and action, an interview with Sunita Menon a Global Data Ambassador for a Top Professional Services Firm In this episode Sunita Menon, a Global Data Ambassador for a top professional Services Firm, talks about the importance of remembering the goal of gaining insights from data is to ta…
 
EDITOR’S NOTE: This episode briefly discusses how companies might respond in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned, and was recorded prior the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to do so on June 24. According to the USC Center for Public Relation’s 2022 Global Communication Report, “The Future of Corporate Activism,” 85% of PR professionals believe b…
 
British Columbia is moving towards $10 a day child care system. This podcast connects with Sharon Gregson, spokesperson for the $10-A-Day campaign, and the Coalition of Child Care Advocates for B.C. While positive steps are being made, more needs to be done to ensure affordable childcare for the province and living wages for Early Childhood Educato…
 
Joe is joined by Amy Scheer, Vice President of Business Operations at the Connecticut Sun. A veteran in the sports industry, Amy vividly shares experiences and learnings from her illustrious career with esteemed sports properties, including the Brooklyn Nets, Madison Square Garden, New York City Football Club, New York Red Bulls, and now the Connec…
 
This should be a basic question with a yes or no answer but the American insurance system is so complicated and buries both patients and providers in paperwork. Dr. Mark Lewis and Dr. Jean Luc Neptune share their frustrations and insights along with tips and tricks. Plus, don't miss the debut of the Is It Serious Players! Tweet us your questions @m…
 
Heather McCain is the creator of www.canbc.org, a disability advocate website born out of need that offers workshops and support for those in the disability community and the disability Queer community. As Pride Month comes to an end for another year, it's good to raise awareness that people in LGBTQ community who identify as disabled have other co…
 
It’s officially summer in North America, and that means one thing – it’s getting hot. Every year, heat waves are the deadliest extreme weather event, and they’re only getting more severe. Often, the people who fall victim to heatwaves are those who are left without access to air conditioning. Dr. Diana Hernández has a name for this phenomenon: ener…
 
Today’s career tip is on career visions and the power that they hold! Knowing what kind of career you want to one day have can give you a strong sense of control and peace of mind. It might not seem easy to conceptualize something that far into the future, but today's Quick Career Tips episode will help you do exactly that. Specifically, you’ll lea…
 
📺 Bienvenu.e au 53ème épisode du Circular Metabolism Podcast : Sobriété, Hydrogène, Nucléaire : Quel Futur pour l'Energie ? avec Greg De Temmerman 📺. ⚡⛽ Dans cet épisode nous allons nous attaquer au nerf de la guerre. Si nous voulons avoir une chance pour s’en sortir de ce désastre climatique dans lequel on se trouve et dans le lequel nous nous enf…
 
In this episode of the Lives That Speak podcast, Bryan spoke to Andrea Johnson Razzaghi ’78, on the vastness of deep space, practicing for failure, the scariest seven minutes in engineering, and why you should always stop and smell the science. The director of the NASA Office of JPL Management Oversight at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Andrea has …
 
Recently Dame and Kiss had the opportunity to hop on City Cast Chicago, a daily news podcast, fresh every weekday at 6 a.m. It’s a smart and delightful new way to connect with the city we share. With host Jacoby Cochran, the guys talk about the use of Chicago as a political scapegoat for politicians unwilling to offer common sense solutions to gun …
 
Plantation Politics and Campus Rebellions: Power, Diversity, and the Emancipatory Struggle in Higher Education (SUNY Press, 2021) provides a multidisciplinary exploration of the contemporary university's entanglement with the history of slavery and settler colonialism in the United States. Inspired by more than a hundred student-led protests during…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Why the AAUP was formed. Their role in supporting academic freedom. Why the threat to tenure is a threat to higher education. The importance of collective bargaining, and of transparency in academic salaries. Our guest is: Dr. Irene Mulvey, who is a Professor of Mathematics at Fairfie…
 
45 is the new 50! Colon cancer screenings are for everyone and yet, people still find it difficult to talk about. Dr. Mark Lewis and Dr. Jean Luc Neptune share their own colonoscopy experiences and talk candidly (and even with some humor) about what to expect from both the prep and the screening. The recommended age for screenings has been lowered …
 
Finding a job is a dauting experience for anyone. Now, imagine having a developmental disability. There are many barriers that can prevent you from finding work and gaining independence. Fortunately, there are people like Delia Meinhardt who helps run DDA's social enterprise operation, Jobs West.By communicationsz8
 
1. Gareth Burns explains his career with Equinor, working across various aspects of the business 2. Equinor Ventures’ role within Equnior’s business and the evolution of the broader company 3. A deep dive into Equinor Ventures’ work and what makes them unique as a corporate VC 4. Gareth’s vision for the future of the clean energy transition…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Denise Chow, a 1st year MPH student studying at the Yale School of Public Health. Denise was accepted into all five MSPH/MPH programs she applied to and in this episode, she speaks about her application process and gives some great advice for others considering pursuing a graduate degree. You’ll Learn How Deni…
 
Pleased to introduce History is US. It is a 6-part documentary podcast from C13Originals Studios and Jon Meacham, the team behind the 2021 Webby Award-Winning Best Podcast Series It Was Said. Written and narrated by Dr. Eddie Glaude, award-winning author and professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, History is US journeys back …
 
Amid a vast influx of rural migrants into urban areas, China has allowed cities wide latitude in providing education and other social services. While millions of people have been welcomed into the megacities as a source of cheap labor, local governments have used various tools to limit their access to full citizenship. The Urbanization of People: T…
 
Stories of Presidential inflation fighting and fund-raising that seem to have a similar ring to today's events, in this episode. Nixon's plans to cut housing costs by reducing prices on the key element of housing inspires timber companies but riles environmentalist. Johnson uses his air fleet to shuttle the right people around to get the price of e…
 
Virginia Rose, who has been using a manual wheelchair for more than 40 years, knows how difficult it can be to enjoy nature as a disabled person. With her organization "Birdability," Rose finds ways to increase access to nature for people of all abilities and help others find community. She offers her Brief But Spectacular take on finding independe…
 
1. Charles Hernick walks through his early introduction to the relationship between the environment and the economy, growing up spending his summers in Ecuador 2. A deep dive into Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions and their all of the above approach to clean energy 3. CRES’ upcoming Clean Energy Week and the role it plays in pushing the con…
 
In this episode, we’re touring a home with a buildings doctor. Ian Hamilton is a professor of energy, environment and health at University College London. Together, Melissa and Ian show us the parts of our homes we need to upgrade to zero out carbon emissions—and to keep us safe in a more dangerous, changing climate. They talk about insulation, hea…
 
Through the Portal is a podcast from the Social Justice Portal Project, a national collaborative think tank hosted by the Social Justice Initiative at the University of Illinois Chicago. Each month, grassroots activists and radical scholars will give voice to community struggles, national strategies and sustainable alternatives for the future. The …
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: Our guest Eric Frans’ career path into, out of, and around higher education Key factors that influenced his decision to pursue employment outside the academy The transition from higher education to a different industry How he plans to use his doctorate in the future His advice to thos…
 
A Primer for Teaching Digital History: Ten Design Principles (Duke UP, 2022) is a guide for college and high school teachers who are teaching digital history for the first time or for experienced teachers who want to reinvigorate their pedagogy. It can also serve those who are training future teachers to prepare their own syllabi, as well as teache…
 
Joe and Tom are joined by Neha Aggarwal, 2008 Table Tennis Olympian for India and current Head of Partnerships & Communication at Olympic Gold Quest. Neha is the first three-time guest on the CUSP Show, following her graduation from Columbia Sports Management in 2016. In this episode, Neha speaks about her journey from competing at the Olympic Game…
 
Dr. Mark Lewis and Dr. Jean Luc Neptune talk about how one of their most sacred responsibilities as doctors is to be brutally honest with their patients about what they can do and what they can't. They also share what we all can do to be as prepared as possible. They discuss the importance of living wills, health care proxies and normalizing death.…
 
Christie Faye Collins is Autistic. Like many in the disability community, finding a partner isn't always easy. So, she is creating NOMI. A new dating app specifically for the disability and neurodiverse community. www.nomiconnect.net is still in the testing phase and Christie and her team hope to have it up and running in 2023. TRANSCRIPT: Evan Kel…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Stephanie Moxley, the founder of Moxley Public Health Consulting. They discuss Stephanie’s journey into building her own public health consulting company and talk about what goes into becoming a successful entrepreneur in the public health field. You’ll Learn Stephanie’s path to public health and what drew her…
 
Austin Clements is a co-founder and managing partner at Slauson & Co., an early-stage venture capital firm whose mission is to democratize access to entrepreneurship by bridging the gap between untapped founders and the right capital and resources required to create sustainable equity & economic inclusion. Austin is a former Principal at TenOneTen …
 
📺 Bienvenu.e au 52ème épisode du Circular Metabolism Podcast : Quelle Mobilité pour le 21è Siècle ? avec Vincent Kaufmann 📺. 🚲⛽ dans cet épisode nous allons de comment la mobilité transforme nos territoires, nos modes de vie et notre planète. En effet, les transports est l’un des secteurs les plus responsables des émissions de gaz à effet de serre …
 
Black or Right: Anti/Racist Campus Rhetorics (Utah State University Press, 2020) explores notions of Blackness in white institutional—particularly educational—spaces. In it, Louis M. Maraj theorizes how Black identity operates with/against ideas of difference in the age of #BlackLivesMatter. Centering Blackness in frameworks for antiracist agency t…
 
Pleased to introduce History Daily podcast and feature two episodes. One on D.B. Cooper, the mysterious 1970's hijacker. And the second on the resolution of The War of 1812. Find out more about History Daily at https://www.noiser.com/history-daily: On History Daily, we do history, daily. Every weekday, host Lindsay Graham (American Scandal, America…
 
This episode features a wide-ranging discussion with Dr. Lynn Pasquerella, the President of the American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). She shares her experience as a community college student that launched her on a successful academic career as a philosopher and medical ethicist, and how she became president of Mt. Holyoke College…
 
Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death! When Henry said it, he might have been committing treason. Yet the words also made him famous and indicated his superior bravery and patriotism to his country. The trouble is, that's often all he's remembered for. But without Henry the Revolution may not have succeeded and the Constitution may not look like it does…
 
A detailed exploration of parents' fight for a safe environment for their kids, interrogating how race, class, and gender shape health advocacy The success of food allergy activism in highlighting the dangers of foodborne allergens shows how illness communities can effectively advocate for the needs of their members. In Food Allergy Advocacy: Paren…
 
Volodymyr Rafeyenko, a Russian-speaking novelist, was living in Donetsk when Russia invaded the Donbas in 2014. He fled to Kyiv, learned Ukrainian and wrote Mondegreen in Ukrainian. Mark Andryczyk translated the novel and was planning to bring Rafeyenko on book tour to the U.S. when Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 202…
 
Holograms: a technology that was once a plot device in sci-fi movies is now more commonplace in business communications than the average person might think. In this episode of PodCatalyst, IABC Executive Director Peter Finn sits down with Ziena Jalil and Natasha Meleisea, who are intimately familiar with using this emerging technology. Tune in for …
 
Our Cottage Groove DJ mix series returns this month with another one of Chicago's best providing a new set of sounds. On this installment, we've got AirGo alum and fam Kane One sharing some sounds. Kane, aka Miguel Aguilar, is a DJ, artist, educator, and grassroots organizer who was on the show way back in 2018 (you can catch that episode link belo…
 
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