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Kevin Chavez, Dr. Carol Aicher, and Ryan Michael Hartman combine their diverse backgrounds within music to interview professionals who work in the performing arts. GRC looks to explore the successful performer's individual path in the arts to discover themes that will help listeners with their own artistic path. Interviews include Grammy winning artists, Broadway and Classical performers, as well as composers, producers, teachers, and many more from the music community.
 
Translation is the process of turning basic scientific research into therapies that cure disease, new sources of energy that heal the planet, and other things that move the world forward. The Translation podcast takes a deep dive into scientific advancements with a huge potential to improve society. We talk directly with the people advancing the science with their own hands and minds, and focus on how we can translate the science from the bench to the benefit of all. Initially centered on bi ...
 
Alright everybody, start to shut up and subscribe to the official podcast for Peacock’s A.P. Bio. Join hosts Eddie Leavy and Sari Arambulo as they chat with guests like creator Mike O’Brien, stars Patton Oswalt and Allisyn Snyder, and more. Listen to get insider access to A.P. Bio’s cast and crew as they reveal behind-the-scenes anecdotes, audition stories, character evolutions and much more. All episodes of A.P. Bio season 3 are streaming on Peacock! A.P. Bio: The Podcast is a production of ...
 
Brave Castle is a podcast dedicated to discussing the pursuit of creativity with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and multi perspective thinking. Makers, Builders, Artists, Writers, Thinkers and Adventurers. Anyone I have access to who use their short time in existence to plant their flag as high as they can on the mountain of success, what ever that may be. This podcast is to be long format discussions into the lives and ideas of people that I respect. People of thought and action. My intere ...
 
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Originally posted April 17, 2019. Luz Valoyes-Chávez from the University of Chile discusses her article, "On the making of a new mathematics teacher: Professional development, subjectivation, and resistance to change," published in Educaitonal Studies in Mathematics, Volume 100. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10649-018-9869-5…
 
James Gerber, professor emeritus of economics at San Diego State University, and Eduardo Mendoza, professor in the Department of Economic Studies at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, discuss the challenges in making comparisons between sub-national units across the U.S.-Mexico border with existing data. They offer recommendations for future data col…
 
Catherine Glazer, U.S. immigration attorney, discusses what the current path to permanent residency is, the obstacles for DACA recipients, and potential avenues the current administration could pursue to grant permanent legal status to Dreamers. Glazer is the author of the recently published research paper "The Materialization of a Dream: Creating …
 
In our 82nd podcast we interview animator & animBot developer Alan Camilo. Alan is originally from Brazil where he started as a 2D animator. He eventually made his way to Canada and has worked at such studios as Reel FX, Sony Animation, and Method Studios. During his time at Sony he worked on such films as Storks and Hotel Transylvania 2, and devel…
 
Vincent Speranza, Managing Director of Endeavor Mexico, discusses the growth of venture capital and entrepreneurship in Mexico, the role of Endeavor in supporting entrepreneurs, and the challenges and opportunities during the pandemic. For more information on the Baker Institute Center for the United States and Mexico visit our website at https://w…
 
Whether it's Multiple Sclerosis, Type 1 Diabetes, Lupus, or Crohn's Disease, autoimmunity is a rapidly growing problem that traditional pharmaceuticals have failed to completely cure. While these diseases have very different symptoms, they all have the same root cause -- the body’s immune system is attacking its own healthy organs. Lurking within o…
 
Anna Baccaglini-Frank from the University of Pisa discusses her article, "To tell a story, you need a protagonist: How dynamic interactive mediators can fulfill this role and foster explorative participation to mathematical discourse," published open access in Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 106. Anna's Professional Webpage Article URL: …
 
Engineered T cells that hunt and kill blood cancers have recently obtained three landmark FDA approvals, forever changing the way we treat this disease. Even with its massive clinical success, these cells come with life-threatening neurotoxicities. But is neurotoxicity a set feature of using T cell therapies or is our engineering accidentally targe…
 
Small molecules are a pillar of human health, making up a majority of the drugs we have in our healthcare arsenal. Many of these drugs are obtained by utilizing synthetic chemistry to modify the composition of some small molecule found in nature. Derivatives of tropane alkaloids, for example, alleviate neuromuscular disorders and are derived from a…
 
Bacteria are rapidly evolving ways to resist antibiotics, causing minor infections to become life-threatening events. Compounding the problem, new antibiotics have been incredibly challenging to develop and pharma is economically disincentivized to invest in finding them. James Martin and his colleagues Joseph Sheehan and Benjamin Bratton took on t…
 
Hundreds of iterations of immune cells that are engineered to kill cancer have already been designed. Corina reached outside of this box to use the same synthetic biology principles to engineer T cells to attack senescent cells, a cell type that contributes to diseases of aging. Corina walks us through how her engineered T cells know the difference…
 
In our 81th podcast we interview Schell Games Principal Animator and iAnimate.net instructor, Kyle Kenworthy. Kyle has been working professionally since 2006 and most recently was the Lead Animator on Star Wars Jedi Challenges & Until You Fall. Past projects also include working for clients such as Marvel, Pixar, & Walt Disney Imagineering.…
 
Tony Payan, director of the Baker Institute’s Center for the United States and Mexico, discusses the expectations for Mexico in 2021 in regard to the country's economy, politics, public health, and the binational relationship with the United States under the Biden administration. For more information on the Baker Institute Center for the United Sta…
 
Jamaal Young from Texas A&M University discusses the article, "Mathematics dispositions and the mathematics learning outcomes of Black students: How are they related?" published in Investigations in Mathematics Learning. Co-authors: Cunningham, Ortiz, Frank, Hamilton & Mitchell. Jamaal's Professional Webpage Article URL: https://www.tandfonline.com…
 
In our 80th podcast we interview directing animator, Omar Morsy. For over 20 years Omar has been Directing, Heading, Supervising, Animating, and working in both the VFX and Gaming industry. He has worked on projects such as Assassin's Creed, Paddington, Wonder Woman, Jumanji, and the Call of the Wild. Over the past 23 years, Omar found a second pas…
 
In our 79th podcast we interview animator Tara Donovan. Tara's animated journey spans many styles from Richard Williams’ meticulously hand-drawn 'Thief & the Cobbler' to the VFX blockbuster Godzilla vs King Kong. Balancing teaching and freelancing with family life, Tara gravitated towards leadership roles, directing animation on the TV series Dot f…
 
Michael Weiss from the University of Michigan discusses his new book, Secondary Mathematics for Mathematicians and Educators: A View from Above, published by Routledge. Michael's professional webpage Routledge's webpage: https://www.routledge.com/Secondary-Mathematics-for-Mathematicians-and-Educators-A-View-from-Above/Weiss/p/book/9781138294677 Com…
 
Michael S. Malone, high-technology/business journalist, producer of the award-winning PBS miniseries The New Heroes, editor of Forbes ASAP magazine, and Dean’s Executive Professor at Santa Clara University, talks about his recent book, "El Tercer País", where he explores the connections between San Diego and Tijuana, the history of the border regio…
 
In our 78th podcast we interview Dreamworks animator, Patrick Giusiano. Patrick has been working in animation for over 20 years. His passion for visual effects pushed him to move to London with his wife and three daughters, where he worked on heavy keyframe-oriented movies such as "John Carter," "Paul," "Scott Pilgrim," and more at Double Negative …
 
In a break from mathematics education research, Sam Otten talks with Zandra de Araujo about his new children's picture book, Missing Letters: An Alphabet Book, published by Olympia Publishers with illustrations by Leon Thomas. www.MissingLettersBook.com Missing Letter Activity Sheets for Teachers https://missingletters687298379.wordpress.com/lesson…
 
Mark P. Jones, fellow in political science at the Baker Institute and the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies at Rice University, talks about the binational relationship between the United States and Mexico in the context of the 2020 presidential election and the new president-elect. For more information on the Baker Institute Center f…
 
Conrad Wolfram from Wolfram Research Europe discusses his new book, The Math(s) Fix:An Education Blueprint for the AI Age. https://www.wolfram-media.com/products/the-maths-fix.html https://www.computerbasedmath.org/ Conrad's TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60OVlfAUPJg Sam's article on Photomath: https://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathemati…
 
Could all the leading COVID19 vaccines have a fatal flaw in their design? A dizzying number of vaccines are being developed to protect society from the dangers of COVID19, each with its own benefits and pitfalls. At HelixNano, Nikolai Eroshenko and his team are designing a special type of vaccine with increased attention to ensuring that this prote…
 
In our 77th podcast we interview animation supervisor, Wes Mandell. Wes has worked in the animation industry for over a decade and a half and has worked on and lead some amazing shows. Wes was a senior animator on Spider-Man: Far from Home, head of animation on The Book of Life, senior animator on Madagascar 3, and most recently an animation superv…
 
Powered by synthetic biology, Pierce Ogden makes ALL possible mutations to an adeno-associated virus (AAV) outer shell and rapidly screens them to dissect their attributes. Pierce discusses the technological advances that make this breakthrough screen possible and the novel properties that were discovered. AAVs are rapidly becoming the prefered way…
 
Ken Frank from Michigan State University and Jihyun Kim from Lehigh University discuss their article, "From interpretation to instructional practice: A network study of early-career teachers' sensemaking in the era of accountability pressures and Common Core State Standards," published in the American Educational Research Journal, co-authors Sallou…
 
Eva Moya, Associate Professor, and Silvia Chavez-Baray, Post Doctoral Fellow, at the Department of Social Work, University of Texas at El Paso, talk about the unique characteristics of the US-Mexico border, the health of its residents, and the challenges and opportunities of managing health policy and outcomes during the Covid-19 pandemic. Their re…
 
Shut your mouths all the way up because it’s our season finale, “Katie Holmes Day!” Hosts Sari Arambulo (Grace) and Eddie Leavy (Anthony) talk to director Anu Valia about taking the reins of such a big production, how she scored the job of directing A.P. Bio, and her life-changing connection to Patton Oswalt. Also featuring: Marisa Baram (Marissa),…
 
Commodity molecules are vital ingredients for everything important to our modern world including food, energy, and medicine. However, creating these molecules still largely relies on old processes that suffer from low yield, laborious methods, and unsustainable inputs and byproducts. Tina envisions a world where all molecules are created quickly, e…
 
Please shut all the way up! Hosts Eddie Leavy (Anthony) and Sari Arambulo (Grace) speak to director Oz Rodriguez about his own love of wrestling, the obstacles while shooting “Aces Wild” amidst a pandemic, and how A.P. Bio got its distinct color palette. Also featuring: Yuyao Deng (Yuyao), Brendan Jennings (Dale/Writer), Ryan Nemeth (Wrestling Cons…
 
Time to start shutting all the way up! Hosts Sari Arambulo (Grace) and Eddie Leavy (Anthony) talk to star Glenn Howerton about the evolution of Jack Griffin, the challenges of shooting the episode “That That That,” and what Danny DeVito taught him about getting messy. Also featuring: Spence Moore II (Dan Decker), Liz Alderfer (Lynette), Charlie McC…
 
Protein engineering has been dominated by two opposing paradigms; directed evolution, a massive screening technique, and rational design, a completely computational approach. Surge has fused these two paradigms by developing a machine learning technique that discovers an optimal protein design by training on a low number of engineered proteins. Her…
 
Time to start shutting up! Hosts Eddie Leavy (Anthony) and Sari Arambulo (Grace) give you an extended behind-the-scenes look at shooting their dance sequence in “Mr. Pistachio (season 3 episode 5). They also speak to co-exec/line producer Barbara Stoll about how she creates such a positive work environment on set. Also featuring: Jacob Houston (Vic…
 
Lucas McMillan, Dean, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences, Lander University; and Jorge Schiavon, Professor of International Relations at the International Studies Department, CID, talk about the ways in which subnational actors in Mexico and the U.S. engage to further international cooperation in benefit of their state or locality; how the cur…
 
Start shutting all the way up! Hosts Sari Arambulo (Grace) and Eddie Leavy (Anthony) talk to Glenn Howerton about the challenges of directing “Get Hoppy!” (season 3 episode 4) while playing Jack Griffin on screen, his love for punk music, and how “This Is Us” inspired a pivotal moment in this episode. Also featuring: Nick Peine (Marcus), Crystal Ro…
 
Jennifer Ruef from the University of Oregon discusses her article "Why indigenous languages matter for mathematics education: a case study of Ichishkíin," published in Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 104. Co-authors: Jacob, Walker, Beavert. Article URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10649-020-09957-0 Jenny's Professional Web…
 
Start shutting it all the way up! Hosts Eddie Leavy (Anthony) and Sari Arambulo (Grace) talk to writer/producer Dan Schofield about getting his start writing for game shows, assembling the most complicated episode this season, and his faux nemesis in the writers room. Also featuring: Aparna Brielle ("Sarika"), Colin Johnson (Editor) and David Neher…
 
Time to start shutting up! Hosts Eddie Leavy (Anthony) and Sari Arambulo (Grace) catch up with Allisyn Snyder (Heather) and Shelly Gossman (Co-EP/Writer) about season three episode two of Peacock's A.P. Bio. Allisyn talks about morphing into the character of Heather, switching from drama to comedy roles and even more in an extended Roll Call segmen…
 
Do us a favor and start shutting up! Hosts Sari Arambulo (Grace) and Eddie Leavy (Anthony) talk to series regulars Lyric Lewis, Jean Villepique and Mary Sohn about season three episode one of Peacock's A.P. Bio. They also talk motherhood, getting their comedy chops improvising, and noticing their immediate connection while auditioning for the show.…
 
Alright, you can start to shut up now! Hosts Eddie Leavy (Anthony) and Sari Arambulo (Grace) reminisce with THE Patton Oswalt about his favorite moments of A.P.Bio season two, his character’s lack of authority as Whitlock’s head authority figure, and the moment on set that really made him lose it. Also featuring: Sarah Trost (Season 1 & 2 Costume D…
 
Richard Kilroy, nonresident scholar in the Baker Institute Center for the United States and Mexico and associate professor of politics at Coastal Carolina University; and Abelardo Rodriguez Sumano, professor and researcher at Universidad Iberoamericana, discuss the key drivers impacting national security and defense relations between the United Sta…
 
Begin to shut your mouths! Hosts Sari Arambulo (Grace) and Eddie Leavy (Anthony) talk to A.P. Bio showrunner and creator Mike O’Brien about his hometown inspiration behind the show, the joys of drowning robot babies, and the anxieties of having to almost turn down an NBC comedy legend. Also featuring guests Mike Shoemaker (Executive Producer), Trac…
 
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