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Once Upon a Crime is a weekly true crime podcast that tells “the story behind the story” of real life crime. Told in a storytelling style, listeners are presented facts and information about each case they won’t hear anywhere else. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 Privacy Policy: https://www.studio71.com/terms-and-conditions-use/#Privacy%20Policy.
 
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FreshEd is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood. Five shows. Three languages. Airs Monday. Visit us at www.FreshEdpodcast.com Twitter: @FreshEdPodcast All FreshEd Podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
 
"not that great" is a sporadic sports podcast hosted by Philadelphia-born/Cambridge-raised Kamil McMullen and some of his sport-inclined friends. The NFL, NBA, MLB, WWE, and other sports are fully in play, with the occasional journey into pop culture, entertainment, and interviews with special folks. Not That Great is produced by Kamil McMullen. Our sound engineer emeritus is Jamie Crawford. Contributors: Andrew Coleman, Ben Pearlman, Brian Goodwin, Tommy Brogan, Matt Fox, Alex Brown, Peter ...
 
Mediavine On Air is everything to do with the business of content creation. The podcast is brought to you by Mediavine, a full service ad management provider committed to helping content creators build sustainable businesses. From top WordPress plugins and a framework to free educational resources, ads are just the beginning at Mediavine.
 
This podcast will talk about history, whiskey, and everything in between. Ian McGlynn hosts a light-hearted show that aims to educate and inspire those on a journey through history and whiskey. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/why-whiskey/support
 
A diagnosis of breast cancer can cause a lifechanging ripple effect of impact, affecting those we love the most. In this podcast, Aisling Hurley CEO of Breast Cancer Ireland talks to a selection of guests about their very personal connections to breast cancer – be it through their career choice, their own first-hand experience of the disease, or through sharing the experience of close family members. Utterly unique stories on how breast cancer has informed their perspective on life, love, fa ...
 
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Dr. Dale Hunt is a plant scientist, a Cannabis lawyer, and a registered U.S. patent attorney with over 20 years of experience protecting plant varieties in the United States and throughout the world. Dale is the founder of Plant & Planet Law Firm, an Intellectual Property Law practice, where he provides guidance and expertise on patents and IP matt…
 
In 1819, Lavinia Fisher and her husband John were accused poisoning and murdering multiple guests of their Charleston, South Carolina inn and sentenced to hang. But were the Fishers really serial killers or is the legend simply a tall tale concocted to entertain tourists? The true story of who Lavinia Fisher was and why she was hanged may shock you…
 
Hi FreshEd Listeners. We’re on holiday for the month of August. We’ll be back in September with new episodes, including the next round of Flux. I’ve already listened to a few rough cuts and they’re going to be great.While we’re away, please send us your recommendations for future guests as well as consider donating to FreshEd to keep independent me…
 
Hi FreshEd Listeners. We’re on holiday for the month of August. We’ll be back in September with new episodes, including the next round of Flux. I’ve already listened to a few rough cuts and they’re going to be great.While we’re away, please send us your recommendations for future guests as well as consider donating to FreshEd to keep independent me…
 
Dr. Jeff Chen is the Co-founder and CEO of Radicle Science, a health tech company generating history’s first dataset and AI to prove and predict the effects of health and wellness products. Previously, he was the Founder and Exec Director of the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative. At CannMed 2022, Dr. Chen presented results for Radicle Health’s ACES…
 
In this series we’ll step back in history to learn about some of the history’s first female outlaws. In this episode I’ll tell you about Sally Skull, ranch owner, horse trader, fandango dancer, and gunslinger. Some say Sally’s quick temper - and even quicker hand with a gun - was responsible for the mysterious disappearances of two of her five husb…
 
Today we explore the role of students and youth in global education governance. With me is Sebastian Berger, the Executive Director of the Global Student Forum. The Global Student Forum is the umbrella organisation of the world’s major representative student federations and the only independent, democratic and representative student governance stru…
 
A young girl leaves her hometown of Ohio for the Big Apple with her heart set on a career as a Broadway dancer. Instead, she meets a young man who becomes obsessed with controlling her life. Unable to let her go, Paul Cortez commits a shocking crime. Resources: The People v. Paul Cortez, New York Court of Appeals filing, April 8, 2013. https://case…
 
Today we explore the birth of global economic governance and the myth of equal sovereignty. We look at early efforts of international development and technical assistance, revealing how many of the tensions that existed in the early 1900s are still with us today.My guest is Jamie Martin an Assistant Professor of History and Social Studies at Harvar…
 
Jini Curry is the laboratory director at Modern Canna Laboratories’ Lakeland, FL facility, where she focuses on developing standardized methods for analyzing cannabis to ensure harmful toxins are not present. Before entering the cannabis industry, Jini gained valuable research experience at several well-respected institutes, including Emory Univers…
 
This week’s episode details a murder that, at first glance, appears to be a cut-and-dried case of a lover’s quarrel turned deadly. Upon investigation, it is discovered to be a much more thought-out and sinister plan. When authorities uncover the real killer he turns out to be an actor who attempted to parlay his skills as a performer to pull off “t…
 
FreshEd has a new podcast! It's called Aula Divergente and it's in Spanish. The show, which airs on Fridays, is series-based (that is, we'll air a group of episodes around a single topic before moving to the next) and focuses on educational issues across Latin America. It's hosted by Daniela Hernández and Carlos Navia.Today Dani and Carlos join me …
 
In this month’s series “Final Curtain Call” a film or theater actor is connected to a sensational crime. In 1973, The Exorcist was released in theaters. Moviegoers were shocked by the film’s graphic depiction of a little girl possessed by a demon. But one movie extra, Paul Bateson, had demons of his own which lead him to commit an act of violence a…
 
Special announcement: FreshEd started a Spanish-language podcast called Aula Divergente! Subscribe now: https://freshedpodcast.com/auladivergente/subscribe/--Today we explore mass shootings in the USA. My guest is Dinur Blum who explores this phenomenon using a sociological lens.Dinur Blum is a lecturer in the department of Sociology at California …
 
Markus Roggen, President and Chief Scientific Officer at DELIC Labs, is back to discuss the challenges that come with testing psilocybin and psychedelic mushrooms. Markus has been in the cannabis industry since 2014 and has held several executive positions in analytical and production companies. His research into process optimization and analytical…
 
As many students in the Northern Hemisphere begin summer break, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on and reimagine universities. Ian Cook and Prem Kumar Rajaram join me today to talk about their new Open Access co-edited volume, Opening up the University: Teaching and Learning with Refugees, which was put together with Celine Cantat.Ian …
 
Harry Uzoka was a rising star who’d broken into the world of high-end modeling against all odds. But another model envious of his success began a rivalry which lead to a violent showdown that no one saw coming. SOURCES Adey, Linda. “Remembering Harry.” BBC, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/remembering_harry_uzoka_the_murder_of_a_model. A…
 
Today we are going to do something slightly different. Over the past six months, I’ve asked FreshEd guests how they approach writing, reading, research, and supervision. Listening back to the responses, I realized there is no one way to do any of this! There isn’t a “right way” to do higher education. What I hope is that by compiling these voices h…
 
This weeks it's all about the current situation regarding Vince McMahon - what will be the outcome? Will he stick around? Is Stephanie just a puppet? Plus the guys look at this weekends AEWxNJPW event, Forbidden Door. Dan delights us with a Vince themed quiz to finish this weeks show.By Taran Cameron, Jamie Crawford
 
Heather Grab is a Senior Lecturer at Cornell University’s School of Integrated Plant Science where she delivers best practices for the cultivation and processing of hemp to professionals in Cornell’s Hemp Science MPS program. She works with plant breeders, pathologists, biochemists, extension professionals, regulatory officials, and industry partne…
 
In light of the ongoing tragedies of frequent mass shootings in America, I’ve decided to make this week’s episode one of hope and heroism. In this story, a young girl becomes an unlikely hero when she acts upon a hunch derailing an evil plot before it could begin. SOURCES: “De Anza bomber receives 7-year prison sentence” | News | losaltosonline.com…
 
Today we explore race and the criminalization of failure in the United States. With me is Sean Drake. Sean Drake is an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs at Syracuse University, and Senior Research Associate at the Maxwell Center for Policy Research. His new book is Academic Apartheid: Race and th…
 
In 1996, the longest and most expensive investigation in the FBI’s history was successfully solved when Theodore Kaczynski was identified as “The Unabomber” 18 years after he began building and planting bombs at various locations. Three people were killed and several others injured before he was brought to justice. A new book titled “Madman in the …
 
Today FreshEd teams up with the Swedish podcast Bakom Bokhyllan to explore science communication. Cecilia Burman, Gia Destoun, and Will Brehm discuss the benefits and challenges of communicating science to a public audience. By teaming up, FreshEd and Bakom Bokhyllan offer an example of the impact podcasts can have in higher education. Cecilia Burm…
 
Usually as a content creator, you’re creating blogs, video content, and podcast. But there’s multiple avenues to get your content and brand out there. Which all begs the question: have you ever wanted to publish a book? Writing a book is a natural segue for many bloggers, but the journey can seem large and long. In Summer of Live 2019, we talked to…
 
TJ Martin is the VP of R&D at Abstrax, a company that specializes in the research, development, and production of botanically-derived and cannabis-inspired terpenes. TJ and his team recently published a paper that identified a new class of aromatic cannabis compounds called volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs), which are responsible for the signature s…
 
Christopher Wilder posed as a photographer to lure beautiful young women with the promise of modeling work. Those who take him up on his offer - and even those that didn’t - found themselves victims of a serial rapist who soon graduated to serial murder. Resources: https://listverse.com/2019/08/07/10-shocking-facts-about-the-beauty-queen-killer/ ht…
 
Today we discuss the climate crisis, why it’s a difficult knowledge for humans to grasp, and how art can help us transform approaches to teaching about it. My guest is Audrey Bryan. Audrey Bryan is an associate professor of Sociology in the School of Human Development at Dublin City University. Her new article is Pedagogy of the Implicated: advanci…
 
Today Matthew Thomas fills in for Will Brehm. Some of you might recognize his voice. Matthew's been a guest a few times on the FreshEd over the years. Now it’s his turn to interview Will, which he did as part of an event organized last week at the University of Sydney.In their conversation today, Matthew and Will explore the issue of regional ident…
 
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