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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
Crawlspace's Chloe Canter along with her identical twin sister, Melina, host the True Crime Twins podcast. They take a criminological, psychological, and medical approach to breaking down missing persons, murders, and other crime stories. Chloe is a graduate student in criminology. Melina is a registered nurse (RN).
 
Taking a look behind the curtain to learn everything you need to know about the in's and out's of being a STEM graduate student. This podcast will dive deeper than any graduate student handbook ever has to give you the real shit, not the cookie-cutter answers. We have co-hosts each week to give unique and real perspectives on every topic we cover ranging from preparing for your defense to divorcing your advisor.
 
Graduate Compass is a podcast for those who aren't sure what to do after university/college and who are interested in exploring different career options. Each episode Cian aims to teach about alternative career paths through the stories, experiences, triumphs and mistakes of graduates who went before. Each episode stands alone so you can pick and choose areas that most interest you. While this is aimed at recent graduates and final year students. There is something to learn for everyone inte ...
 
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Alumni Aloud

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Alumni Aloud

Office of Career Planning & Professional Development

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The Office of Career Planning & Professional Development at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York presents a podcast for Graduate Center students by Graduate Center students. Graduate Center alumni share their professional journeys and tips for the job search to help current students navigate the ins and outs of career planning.
 
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GradCast

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Ariel Frame, Yimin Chen, Laura Muñoz, Yousuf Hasan, Rhys Paterson, Liam Clifford, Elizabeth Mohler, Francesco Colosimo, Hira Nadeem, Rose Giles, Danica Facca, Ana Moyer, Amalie Hutchinson, Mohamed Sahouli, Bahaaldin Sahouli

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The official podcast of the Society of Graduate Students at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. We aim to showcase the innovative research that graduate students are conducting at Western University and appeal to various audiences including those within and beyond the academic community.
 
Follow Pa Vue, a first-generation college student, as she shares stories from her journey to pursue a PhD. From taking the GRE to defending her dissertation, you’ll hear all about how she navigates every step of graduate school. This podcast is perfect for educators, individuals interested in going to grad school, and, of course, first-generation college students.
 
A podcast for celebration, commiseration, and support through grad school for the students who are living it (or want to). Join Elana Gloger, a full-time 4th year doctoral student and part-time human, as she chats with fellow grad students about their professional and personal experiences, without taking either too seriously. Episodes include conversations about students' Day in the Life, conversations about Diverse Identities and Racism in Academia, and themed episodes (like, Mental Health ...
 
Lakehead International's Destination Unboxed is a series of in-depth conversations about the international student experience at Lakehead University. This show features current Lakehead students Shindara, Vishwa, and Marcela, with regular appearances from Evan, a graduate of Lakehead University. Each episode focuses on the international student life at Lakehead University, with in-depth conversations with current students, alumni, and Lakehead's faculty and staff. It's a chance to talk about ...
 
Welcome to the only #NOFILTER career podcast, where experienced student and new graduate recruiter Emily Durham answers all your burning career questions. We'll cover everything from writing your resumes to preparing for interviews, to the big day at your first job, and everything else in between. Get ready for raw advice from a real recruiter. #TSSR
 
Inspiration Dissemination is an award-winning radio program that occurs Sunday nights at 7PM Pacific on KBVR Corvallis, 88.7FM. Each week on the program, we host a different graduate student worker from Oregon State University to talk about their lives and passion for research here at the university. By presenting these stories, we can present the diverse, human element of graduate research that is often hidden from the public view. Please find us on social media! Twitter: twitter.com/kbvrID ...
 
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Mentoring Matters

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Stephanie Hansen and Mary Drewnoski

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Mentoring graduate students is one of the most important things faculty do, but it's not always simple or easy. Join professors Stephanie Hansen and Mary Drewnoski as they share actionable tips to improve your mentoring prowess. Learned through the school of hard knocks, each episode contains information to help you build community, communication skills and encourage a curiosity for knowledge within your team.
 
Taking or considering the GRE Exam or graduate school? You'll love our short, approachable, and insightful episodes about the GRE Exam and graduate school admissions. Orion Taraban, founder of StellarGRE and #1 GRE tutor in San Francisco, shares his insights from over 16 years of helping students prepare for the GRE Exam. He is joined by Tyler York, founder of Achievable. Achievable is a modern test prep platform for the GRE, authored by Orion. You can try it for free at https://achievable.me/ .
 
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Blue Genes and Boots

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Blue Genes and Boots

Texas A&M Genetics Graduate Program

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The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a new podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast
 
Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
 
Colin is a graduate student at an Ivy League Institution. Russ is a small business owner. Father and son are avid observers of American politics. Join them as they get together every week to discuss the important issues of the day, analyze political maneuvering, and figure out how this country can become civil again.
 
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Raw Talk Podcast

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Raw Talk Podcast

Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto

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Raw Talk is a graduate student-run podcast at the University of Toronto about medical science, and the people who make it happen. We focus on the journeys, perspectives, and expertise of health researchers, professionals, students, patients, and community members at the University of Toronto and beyond. Our mission is to promote the research culture within the Institute of Medical Science, the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, and broader life sciences community; provide guidance to current and p ...
 
Are you the parent of an upcoming high school graduate and new college student with a disability? Is your child planning a college, technical, or trade school higher education? Get an insider’s look from a college Learning Disability Specialist who can help you plan and ask the right questions to Disability Services! Find tips and resources to arrange accommodations and overcome barriers to your future.
 
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Higher Ed ReWired

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California State University

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California State University podcast Higher Ed Rewired features inspirational stories from higher education faculty, researchers, landscape of postsecondary education. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.
 
Psych Mic is a podcast for psychology students to explore the endless ways they can use their psychology background to make an impact! In each episode, host Maya Metser, a former psychology student herself, interviews an industry leader about their career path and advice for students. Because psychology is so widely applicable, it can be a challenge to figure out what to do next. These episodes will give you language to talk about your passions, uncensored tips about graduate school and care ...
 
Future You is brought to you by Prospects, the graduate careers experts. We're here to help you achieve your career goals. Listen for invaluable insights and practical advice from top employers, graduates and experts. Whether you're a current student or already graduated, this is essential listening as you take the next step towards future you.
 
Welcome to the podcast dedicated to Anthropology. On this podcast we will investigate different topics in anthropology, as well as interviewing a wide range of guests to hear about some of their experiences and learn about the remarkable research they are producing. This podcast is based out of UC Santa Barbara, and guests will include professors, graduate students, alumni and more.
 
Welcome to molpigs, the Molecular Programming Interest Group! molpigs is a group aimed at PhD students and early career researchers within the fields of Molecular Programming, DNA Computing, and other related specialties. We run most of our events in the form of podcasts, which you can find right here!
 
Maya's Music Motive is a podcast wishing to enlighten individuals about topics surrounding the music industry, while relating them back to trending past and present headlines in popular culture. The podcast is hosted by graduate music business student, Maya Abrams, who will have a new topic or Motive each episode to unpack with her special guests.
 
The National Society for Nontraditional Premedical & Medical Students, Inc., better known by our website name, OldPreMeds.org or simply OPM, is a professional/pre-professional society and educational conduit for non-traditional students who seek to become Physicians. For those whose path to medicine is not the traditional high school to college to medical school, OPM's mission is to assist and advise on how to successfully prepare, apply, and succeed in both medical schools and residency tra ...
 
Dr. Pamela Kreiser (with Meredith Edwards Nagel and Teighlor Polendo) shares her practical insights about how to improve relationships and promote peace—drawing upon her experience teaching graduate and undergraduate students, serving as a Lead Mediator, and training Mediators. Submit your questions to hello@afafpodcast.com KEYWORDS: Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Interpersonal Conflict, Relationships, Mediation, Human Connection, Dyadic Communication, Interpersonal Communicatio ...
 
The Office of Student Success would like to invite you to join our Student Success Guru's in discussing university life and how it relates to the community at large; featuring special guest speakers for every episode! The First Year Experience Program has developed a framework for students to have a successful transition from high school and two-year institutions. #iamutrgv Follow us on our channels: @utrgvfye
 
Mojo News features some of the best audio stories and podcasts from Monash University journalism students. The stories are commissioned and also emanate from student assignments, reflecting that Monash University’s undergraduate and post-graduate journalism students do real journalism throughout their degree. Check out our other regular student-made podcasts as well: Culture Corner, Do Talk to Strangers, Peace and Gender and TalkSport
 
The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY) is a leader in public graduate education devoted to enhancing the public good through pioneering research, serious learning, and reasoned debate. The Graduate Center offers ambitious students more than 40 doctoral and master’s programs of the highest caliber, taught by top faculty from throughout CUNY — the nation’s largest public urban university. Through its nearly 40 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced ...
 
Hi, I'm Jordan Myers and Plato's Cave is my attempt to exit... well, the cave. It's a philosophy podcast meant to help me guide my ascent to the real world, the truth, the place where life is worth living; and I've decided that means getting a PhD in philosophy. Join me on my journey as I cover philosophical works and speak with the best philosophical minds I can convince to come on the show!
 
Two Messianic Jewish graduate students think deeply about Messianic Jewish history and theology. We also engage with questions asked by other Jews, Hebrew Roots/One Law groups, and Christians. These questions include: Can you be Jewish and believe in Jesus? Are Gentiles obligated to keep kosher, Shabbat, and the feasts? Didn't Christianity replace Judaism? And many more! We hope to be thoughtful conversation partners with you as we explore these issues. Subscribe if you would like to join us!
 
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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 ...
 
Welcome to Life In Scrubs Podcast – a podcast hosted by nurses, for nurses! Our podcast is mainly geared toward nursing students and new graduate nurses, however, we hope all healthcare professionals can find our information helpful. Our goal is to inspire, educate, and empower future and current nurses as they navigate the world of nursing. Join us weekly as we share our insights and experiences, answer common nursing questions, and dive into all things related to life in scrubs!
 
Dr. Garrett Hope and Dr. Heidi Kay Begay are coaches who guide the modern-day musician through a successful pivot. If you are a post-graduate music student or a professional who's at their breaking point and wants more out of their career, then you are in the right spot! We talk about what a pivot is, the necessary steps to pivoting, and life post-pivot! Say "yes" to yourself and become your own music boss.
 
The Masters in Psychology Podcast explores graduate psychology topics and issues that are relevant in aiding students who are interested in furthering their education in psychology. The episodes comprise interviews of psychology professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, professors, students, researchers, consultants, etc. These interviews feature information and provide advice to empower students to make knowledgeable choices regarding their academic careers.
 
Enrollment Edge, a podcast hosted by enrollmentFUEL's Vice President of Client Services, Jay Fedje, serves as a helpful resource for enrollment management practitioners, higher education marketers, and graduate and adult recruitment professionals. On Enrollment Edge, you will hear from professionals and practitioners in the trenches with you. Twice a month, we’ll be talking to guests who can help you lead your teams, impact retention, gain new perspectives on enrollment, and succeed in your ...
 
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When CUNY Graduate Center Professor Matthew K. Gold tweeted last month that he and his colleague Lisa Rhody received a nearly $500,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to help their students learn digital skills and create digital projects, he drew an outpouring of support. Close to 20 colleagues from across The City University …
 
Happy Holidays Vaqueros! Hope you all are having an great short break as we look forward to commencement and graduation! In this very special episode of the FYE Podcast we discuss what we are most thankful for, and exactly what commencement and graduation mean to the seniors at UTRGV while also answering some pretty simple questions and common misc…
 
Jared Weintraub, PhD is passionate about helping individuals, teams, and organizations to create, grow, and maintain purpose-driven, positive, and productive cultures. He currently works on the internal People Analytics and Reporting team at Deloitte and is an Adjunct Professor who has taught undergraduate and graduate Psychology courses. Jared has…
 
We always tell you on this podcast that you really shouldn't go back and re-attempt problems, because to do so you'd need to save time to go back and that means you're rushing questions that you DO know how to answer. But, in certain circumstances, it can be worthwhile to re-attempt a problem when you solve it for the first time and get an obviousl…
 
Join hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Laura Munoz-Baena as they sit down with recent PhD grad Gavin Tolometti to learn about how space rocks, rock! Gavin shares how he uses remote sensing techniques and field research here on Earth to figure out how impact craters and lava flows affected the landscape of the moon. In addition to rocks beyond our planet,…
 
Welcome to Blue Genes and Boots everyone! In this episode, Anthony Matarazzo and Lilia Sanchez host fourth year PhD students Khushboo Rastogi and Aravindh Nagarajan to discuss their experiences as international students in the Texas A&M Genetics program. Khushboo received her B.S. from Tamil Agricultural University in India and her M.S. from Seoul …
 
Fill up your plate with some spooky tofurkey cakes! Drs. Rahul Ganatra (@rbganatra) and Nora Taranto (@norataranto) help catch us up recent practice-changing articles and guidelines including EMPEROR-Reduced (SGLT2 inhibitors for HFpEF), the 2021 CHEST VTE guidelines update, whether or not antibiotics are needed for diverticulitis, and what treatme…
 
Have you ever unexpectedly bumped into a tradition at a family holiday gathering that seemed normal to everyone there except you? A warning not to sit in a certain chair? An obligation to eat a slice of Aunt Mary’s fruitcake? Did it feel like a rule or expectation you were being forced to play along with? If you’ve had encounters of this kind (and …
 
In This Episode, You Will Learn: The requirements for Katy’s Nurse Practitioner program. How she landed her dream job in neurosurgery. How to make the best career decisions for YOU! Resources + Links: Follow along with Katy on Instagram | @katybpnp Send Katy an email katybpnp@gmail.com Connect with us on Instagram | @lifeinscrubspodcast Follow alon…
 
Are you a parent with a teen who has autism who wants to go to college? Charlie Kirkham is sharing his experiences as a college student with autism as he talks about navigating his opportunities, talking to professors, broadening his perspective, handling disappointment and using kindness towards his fellow students. His profound insights will help…
 
Science strives to be apolitical, but that was not possible for bacteriophage research during the Cold War era. Bacteriophages are viruses that attack very specific bacteria; antibiotics also attack bacteria but they are not targeted and can kill both the good and bad bacteria. The Cold War saw the initial phases of Soviets researching bacteriophag…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to the 2nd episode of Maya's Music Motive! First, thank you so much for all the love and support towards MMM's debut. It is so heartwarming to know how many people support me as not just a show creator, but also as a young woman shedding light on her biggest passion. I am forever grateful for the continuous love of the Motiv…
 
After we covered Cameroon last week, this week we move one country to the west and talk to Nkem Nwogu about life in Nigeria. Nkem grew up in Abuja and worked for Nigeria's equivalent of the IRS but he felt a greater calling. He founded a non-profit to help Nigerians who were affected by the rise of Boko Haram. Now, he brought this sense of purpose …
 
Take a deep breath and inhale high-yield knowledge molecules about the perplexing conditions known as bronchiectasis and NTM (nontuberculous mycobacteria)! Learn the pitfalls and pearls of diagnosis and management from one of the world’s experts, the great Dr. PJ McShane from UT Health - East Texas! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcu…
 
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with Tracy Edwards about getting involved in mentoring as a PhD student. They also talk about owning cats, Academic Twitter, and Tracy's research. Connect with Tracy: Instagram: @thetracysimone Youtube: Becoming Dr. Edwards Find all episodes, merch, & ways to support the podcast at: https://deargrad…
 
First generation academics are a lot of things: sometimes immigrants, sometimes underprivileged, sometimes lucky. But all first-gen academics share a common thread – they are the first in their family to glimpse and experience the culture of academia and the vast environment of knowledge and privilege that comes with it. In this episode, Anna and I…
 
This week, we take on a big question: What does it mean to be American? KC and Jamil invited twelve people from around campus to answer this question. In this episode, you'll hear the diverse voices of folks from many perspectives and walks of life—immigrant and U.S. born; younger and older; determined and despairing. Here to have the conversation …
 
The Pivoting Musician | Episode 04: Six Things That Prevent You from Pivoting In today’s episode, we discuss the top six reasons why it may be difficult for you to start your pivot. Don’t let fear, the sunk cost fallacy, and money be the reasons why you don’t pursue your musical dreams. Garrett and Heidi explore these six elements in detail – you d…
 
Crawlspace's Chloe Canter along with her identical twin sister, Melina, host the True Crime Twins podcast. In this episode Chloe Canter discusses stalking and victims of stalking. Media coverage: https://www.wfxrtv.com/news/local-news/lynchburg-central-virginia-news/convicted-murderer-named-in-liberty-university-lawsuit/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.…
 
Regine Galanti, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of individuals with anxiety and OCD; as well as young children with behavior problems, anxiety, and co-occuring disorders. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She is the founder of Long Island …
 
In this episode, I speak with Paul Russell about his 2008 paper, "Free Will, Art, and Morality," along with more general topics within the responsibility debate, which are included in Paul's chapter in the Oxford Handbook on Moral Responsibility (forthcoming). We discuss his case for compatibilism between determinism and moral responsibility. Here'…
 
Clear, in his book Atomic Habits, talks about the phenomenon "the valley of disappointment", which is the gap between your linear effort put towards something and the exponential results you gain from investing effort into that thing. The GRE is a perfect example of this: you'll often spend weeks practicing a problem type before the improvements re…
 
Our three panelists—Erin Rose Glass (PhD English), Barbara Hubert (PhD Urban Education), and Maria Janelli (PhD Educational Psychology)—are all alums of the Graduate Center. At the time of this recording, Erin was Senior Developer Educator at DigitalOcean, Barbara was Director of Professional Learning at BrainPOP, and Maria was Senior Manager of On…
 
We begin this episode with Dr. Brian Fagan, legendary archaeologist and independent scholar, detailing the various animals he has. We then touch on a wide range of topics: his philosophy about teaching, the UCSB campus back in the beginning and the growth in the 80’s, as well as his time as a student at Cambridge. He details what classes were like …
 
On the first episode of Destination Unboxed, join Vishwa and special guests as they tackle the question every future student asks themselves: "Which program is right for me?". This episode's guests include Hitesh, a current student studying computer science at Lakehead's Thunder Bay campus; Nehi, a graduate of Lakehead's MA of Social Justice Studie…
 
In this episode, we discuss what exactly a statement of purpose is and how you should develop yours for PhD program applications. We cover four main topics. First, what is the purpose of a statement of purpose (no pun intended)? Second, what is the typical structure of such a statement? Third, how can you develop a cohesive narrative that ties toge…
 
The goal of most graduate students is to learn new knowledge that they can apply in the workforce right away. Well our latest podcast guest, Tchuissi Mbu Nyamsi, achieved that goal when her UMBC Data Science internship turned into a new job! Tune into this episode of UMBC's Mic'D Up Podcast to listen to Tchuissi's UMBC experience and greatest takea…
 
The holidays are coming and if you’re like us, there’s gonna be some added stress around this season. In this episode, we begin our 6-part series: “Family Survival Kit for the Holidays.” Many of us have expectations of the perfect holiday, but that can be problematic for most. As TalkDoc suggests, we can minimize some of the expected conflict by pl…
 
Emory University Professor Jen Heemstra joined us for a conversation about strategies for success as graduate student mentors. We also chatted about ideas for faculty development and ways we can foster strong mentors. A few things we talked about: Fear of failure, why we as mentors should bring the same level of curiosity to our mentoring as we do …
 
In This Episode, You Will Learn: Other ways you can get creative with earning more and picking up shifts as a nurse. How your story and mindset around money could be sabotaging your finances. What you can do today to eliminate debt and start saving. How you can balance enjoying life, and getting your finances in order. Resources + Links: Check out …
 
Cynthia Singleton is a parent and active advocate for students with autism. She shares her personal story behind her current activism, and how she worked to change Texas legislation for children with autism. Cynthia shares her advice for parents who are preparing their children with autism to transition from IDEA and the K-12 system to ADA and the …
 
From climbing all 58 Colorado mountains taller than 14,000 feet to being an exchange student in India, Pyrenee Steiner has been all around the world. Perhaps it was only natural that she would join the Peace Corps after college. What was it like to live and work in a village in rural Cameroon? What lessons did she learn about leadership? And how di…
 
What to expect when you’re taking care of a patient who’s expecting! This fantastic episode will help you work through preconception counseling with ease, assess and treat non-obstetrical acute concerns in pregnant patients, and help you conceptualize best practices for postpartum care. We are joined by expert guest Dr. Xiaolei Chen. Claim free CME…
 
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with Ryan Collins about how to market yourself for a non-academic job. They discuss how to get started, LinkedIn, and special considerations outside of academia. Connect with Ryan: www.collinsryan.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanwilliamcollins Find all episodes, merch, & ways to support the podc…
 
In this episode, Pa talks about 5 reasons why it’s hard to say no to stuff in grad school. She explains the importance of learning how to say no and shares some tips on how to say no. Subscribe to this podcast to follow Pa as she gets her PhD. Access transcripts and submit listener questions at www.onbecomingeducated.com Support the show (http://Ko…
 
Have you ever thought of how a pregnancy test works? You probably know you can get a pregnancy test at a hospital to be 100% sure, but that test requires lab work, people power, time, and money (cough cost of healthcare cough) to get that answer. Instead, you can pee on a small piece of plastic and get an answer within minutes! But under the hood o…
 
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