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The Higher Ed Rewired podcast features inspirational stories from higher education leaders who are transforming the higher education landscape. 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.
 
RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL ENRICHMENT YOU CAN ACCESS IN THE CAR, GYM, OR ANYWHERE! InJoy's podcast features enlightening interviews with health educators, leaders, influencers, and advocates in maternal-child health who focus on transforming care through education. Tune in, learn, and be inspired by these empowering leaders who are passionate about making a difference—just like you. You’ll get ideas you can implement right away!
 
Teachers Aid with Mandy Froehlich and Jon Harper. We've refocused the show on meeting some of the biggest unmet needs every educator has. If you are an educator who gives teaching your all, but still feels that you're not doing enough, this show is for you. Tune in to get social and emotional support for the very personal challenges teachers face. We promise you that you won't hear educators talking like this every day.
 
You've Got This is a podcast dedicated to helping academics and higher education professionals seek self-knowledge, playfully experiment, and live core values with intention. Tune in for insights, examples, and advice on topics such as meaningful productivity, boosting creativity, and much more.
 
Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing.
 
What if you could hear from leaders in school systems all around the country? People who are finding innovative ways to solve problems and make strategic decisions as they work to hire, develop, retain and support teachers and staff? From superintendents to principals, from human resources to curriculum and instruction to special education, we’re talking with people who have something to say in K-12 – and we’re sharing those conversations here.
 
Once a week Highlights and amplifications from the Twitter discussion of the week on #EdChat. Hosted By Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair and members of the EdChat team of moderators including MaryBeth Hertz, Kyle Pace, Jerry Blumengarten, Jerry Swiatek, Steven Anderson, Shelly Terrell, and Bernadeth Wall in the UK.
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is produced by the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. The AMT Lab staff currently includes Dr. Brett Crawford (Executive Director), Lutie Rodriguez (Chief Editor of Research), Angela Johnson (Podcast Produc ...
 
Hosted by Kai Ryssdal, our leading business news radio program and podcast is about providing context on the economic news of the day. Through stories, conversations and newsworthy developments, we help listeners understand the economic world around them. Marketplace makes sense of the economy for everyone, no econ degree or finance background required. Marketplace doesn’t just report on the numbers, we take it deeper, adding context to what’s happening in the stock market and how macroecono ...
 
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The Peril of Politics in Court In this episode, Vec discusses Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer's speech at Harvard Law School's annual Scalia Lecture held April 7th, where he discussed the complexities at the intersection of the “authority of the court” and the “peril of politics”. In his speech, Breyer warned against court-packing and said …
 
The Biden administration rolled out a $2 trillion infrastructure proposal today. The American Jobs Plan calls for investment in roads and bridges, the electric grid, green energy infrastructure — and home health care. On today’s show: Why the Biden administration is taking such a broad view on infrastructure. Also: how infrastructure money could be…
 
Christine Matovich, Founder of CommonTime.online Maker of the possible. See a need, help it. Have a question, answer it (or find someone who has the legitimate knowledge to do so). Find an obstacle, overcome it. We need the arts. “CommonTime may not save the day but it sure can empower Educators, Artists, Arts Organizations and their learners by pr…
 
Over the past pandemic year, small, rural towns across the U.S. have been inundated with remote workers seeking beautiful landscapes and bigger houses. So common is the trend, the towns in question are being referred to as “Zoom towns.” On today’s show, we visit what may well be the Zoom town capital of California. Plus, why inflation numbers are g…
 
Alex’s new book, Endpapers: A Family Story of Books, War, Escape, and Home ... Kurt Wolff’s fugitive life as a literary subversive ... Alex’s father’s experience fighting for Germany in WWII ... The complementary war recollections of Alex’s and Bob’s fathers ... Helen and Kurt Wolff’s founding of, and exit from, Pantheon Books ... The expansive lif…
 
Alex’s new book, Endpapers: A Family Story of Books, War, Escape, and Home ... Kurt Wolff’s fugitive life as a literary subversive ... Alex’s father’s experience fighting for Germany in WWII ... The complementary war recollections of Alex’s and Bob’s fathers ... Helen and Kurt Wolff’s founding of, and exit from, Pantheon Books ... The expansive lif…
 
It’s been a tough year for small businesses, as many were forced to alter business models and implement extreme safety precautions for employees and customers alike. While most businesses reported declines in revenue and employment, Asian-owned businesses in the U.S. were among the hardest hit. Now, with violence against Asian Americans on the rise…
 
This 6th Podcast provides a review of the major provisions of the American Jobs Plan, Pres. Biden’s proposal to re-make the country’s “infrastructure.” The podcast will focus on the bill’s job-creating efforts, the union-abetting schemes, the controversy over what constitutes “infrastructure,” and how Senate rules on reconciliation affect the chanc…
 
Airdate April 11, 2021: Trump slashed corporate tax rates in his tenure as president. Biden has taken haste to undo that, securing funding for his new American jobs plan. Fareed talks to Wally Adeyemo, U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. And, the Iran deal - can the U.S. and Iran resume talks? Should they? Fareed has a great debate with an all-s…
 
Beckett Win and Gov. Murphy's EO 128 Vec and Mark discuss the recent win for Beckett and religious liberty in Archbishop of Washington v. Bowser. On December 16, 2020, Mayor Bowser signed an updated order that raised the cap to 250 persons so that the Archdiocese’s churches could open their doors to many more parishioners on Christmas Day. On March…
 
The softer side of infrastructure ... The pitfalls of overracializing policy ... Bob gets pedantic with the New York Times ... Bob: Even if George Floyd was overdosing, Derek Chauvin is accountable for his death ... Is there something to Matt Gaetz’s claim that he is the victim of extortion? ... Bring on the vaccine passports ... Mickey reconciles …
 
The softer side of infrastructure ... The pitfalls of overracializing policy ... Bob gets pedantic with the New York Times ... Bob: Even if George Floyd was overdosing, Derek Chauvin is accountable for his death ... Is there something to Matt Gaetz’s claim that he is the victim of extortion? ... Bring on the vaccine passports ... Mickey reconciles …
 
Amazon employees at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against forming a union today. For months, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union has been trying to organize the approximately 5,800 Bessemer workers. It looked like the union could win, but the “no” vote was no surprise to a couple of experts we talked to, who said U.S. labor l…
 
The Biden administration says its $2 trillion American Jobs Plan will provide jobs and move the country into a greener, better-connected economy. But there’s more to spending on infrastructure, and economists are starting to dig into how the plan could affect U.S. economic growth. On today’s show: the pros and cons of spending on infrastructure. Al…
 
This week on “Off The Cuff,” the group returns from a brief hiatus to talk about their spring breaks and how boundaries have changed while working from home. Jump to minute 11:00 of the podcast to dive right into the policy discussion. Megan previews the budget proposal soon to be released from the White House, and Karen and Megan detail when to ex…
 
The new FAS Commissioner Sonny Hashmi discusses how FAS will play a vital role in supporting the Biden-Harris Administration's priorities. What does that mean for FAS customers, vendors and the acquisition workforce? Listen in and get the scoop. FAST 2021 For more information about FAST 2021, please visit: www.gsa.gov/fast Upcoming Training For mor…
 
Earlier this week Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware led a congressional delegation to a Texas immigration detention facility housing children who arrived unaccompanied at the border. Also on the trip was Rep. Veronica Escobar of Texas, who joins Ryan Grim to talk about the present and future of U.S. immigration policy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
The COVID-19 hospitalization rate among Latinx Americans is three times the rate for whites. And when it comes to vaccinations, disparity persists: 21.3% of the U.S. white population has been vaccinated while only 11.3% of the Latinx population has. Many Latinx Americans perform essential jobs — in agriculture and food processing, for instance, whe…
 
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