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Founded in 1844, Hillsdale College is an independent, coeducational, residential, liberal arts college with a student body of about 1,400. Hillsdale’s educational mission rests upon two principles: academic excellence and institutional independence. The College does not accept federal or state taxpayer subsidies for any of its operations.
 
Channel 3900 is a podcast network that features professors from a variety of fields who teach at a Christian Liberal Arts College in Minnesota. Shows range from the sublime to the ridiculous and cover topics that are cultural, scholarly, spiritual, and personal. E-mail the show at channel3900@gmail.com.
 
History professor Greg Kaster explores the intersections of liberal arts learning, current events, and real-world problem solving from the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minn. From conversations with cancer and climate change researchers to behind-the-scenes glimpses into higher ed decision-making, Kaster's short, engaging interviews introduce listeners to the people behind the ideas.
 
What if your favorite college professors were willing to talk about everything from philosophy and politics to pop culture and love with the same kind of consideration and enthusiasm? Each week C. Travis Webb, Seph Rodney, and Steven Fullwood discuss life, culture, and art, and challenge their listeners to take fewer things for granted and all things more seriously.
 
A whole lot happens between choosing a list of top schools and getting that thick acceptance envelope in the mail. But you don't have to take that journey alone. On each episode of College Admissions Insider, we talk to real college admissions counselors to bring you expert advice for your college search. Learn how to find the right college fit, build a list of finalists, and create an application that gets noticed. This podcast is an initiative of Bucknell University but is designed for stu ...
 
The College of Liberal Arts is one of the largest colleges on Auburn’s campus with twelve departments, one school, 3,900 students and 400 faculty and staff. We offer 38 undergraduate majors, 33 minors, 19 graduate programs and 6 professional certificates. Our curriculum offers a diverse range of subjects encompassing four areas: social sciences, communications, humanities and fine arts. Our graduates hold a strong record of industry employment and/or acceptance into graduate schools and trai ...
 
Located in Quincy, Massachusetts on Boston's historic South Shore, Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) is a distinctively Christian liberal arts college. With approximately 1,100 students distributed across its traditional residential undergraduate, adult studies, and graduate programs, ENC offers a breadth of academic programs that prepare students to lead and serve in a diverse world by integrating the best in education and the best in Christian faith. With faculty members active in publishing ...
 
The Indiana University, College of Arts and Sciences's Themester program is a focused and multi-faceted inquiry into a variety of topics that change each fall semester. It fosters the exchange of ideas and connects the issues our faculty teach in the classroom to our students’ lives through courses, lectures, exhibits, films, and more.
 
The Aquinas College Lecture Series offers the Nashville community the opportunity to learn from respected leaders from within the College and from all over the country. Each semester, the lectures cover a variety of topics pertaining to Christian culture, ranging from literature and the arts to successful parenting and Christian devotional practices. The lectures are free and open to the public.
 
The Every Voice Now Podcast showcases the inspiring stories of authors of color and the making of their books. Each episode unpacks the journey of these writers and the challenges they had to overcome along the way to become a published author. In an industry still dominated by whiteness, these stories reveal the extra hurdles that voices of color encounter in their professional and personal lives and provide encouragement for all those who seek to follow in their footsteps. A production of ...
 
Aquinas College is a private, Catholic, four-year liberal arts college founded in 1961, owned and operated by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee. Offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and the arts and sciences, Aquinas College is a leader in the formation of educators who are sent forth to teach, preach, and witness to Truth and Charity for the salvation of souls and the transformation of culture. This podcast includes audio from vari ...
 
Radio Arlecchino provides mp3 podcast lessons that illustrate specific Italian grammar points. Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of Arlecchino, Pulcinella, and other masks of the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Radio Arlecchino is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/ra/
 
Tá Falado provides Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation lessons for speakers of Spanish. Podcasts illustrate pronunciation differences between Spanish and Portuguese and present scenarios showing cultural differences between the U.S. and Brazil. Tá Falado is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/tafalado/
 
Welcome to Education Trends, your #1 podcast for news that matters in education, college, technology, leadership and the science of learning. Make sure you tap subscribe, sit back, and prepare to learn how leaders are harnessing the latest education trends to serve, educate, and inspire others.
 
Need help navigating the college admissions process? We’re here to help! Every other Monday we’ll bring you exclusive interviews with Former Admissions Officers, graduates from top universities, and admissions experts. Each episode will be filled with application tips and first-hand experiences that will help you get into your dream school. Brought to you by InGenius Prep, the world’s largest team of Former Admissions Officers. Questions or comments? Email us at contact@ingeniusprep.com InGe ...
 
Find out what the mainstream media ISN’T telling you about the Trump administration. BlazeTV White House correspondent Jon Miller braves The Washington Hit Squad to cut through the fake news. About Jon Miller: Jon Miller is the host of "The White House Brief” on BlazeTV. He previously worked for Fox News, TheBlaze, and Mercury Radio Arts. In his time in media, Jon has actively fought against leftist bias and attacks against black conservatives like himself. Raised in a non-political househol ...
 
Cohort Sistas is a digital network that supports Black women pursuing research doctorates by providing resources, mentorship, and community. Hosted by Cohort Sistas founder Dr. Ijeoma Kola, the Cohort Sistas Podcast brings to life the stories, struggles, and successes of Black women with doctoral degrees and their lives beyond the degree. If you are interested in joining the Cohort Sistas community or you’re looking for more information on how to support or partner with Cohort Sistas, please ...
 
Join Dr. Miller for conversations with thought leaders, health and wellness experts, and global activist from a variety of fields. You will find valuable tools for healing at every level, from the personal to the planetary. With experts from fields ranging from science and medicine to philosophy and spirituality, Dr. Miller explores ancient wisdom, recent advances in transformational technology, practical tips for self-healing, and guidance for awakening your personal and collective wisdom. ...
 
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On today’s episode, we chat with Yosepha Greenfield, the former Captain of Yale’s women’s basketball team and InGenius Prep’s Co-Founder and COO. Yosepha and I discuss college admissions for student athletes. Yosepha breaks down the college athletic recruiting process and advises students on how to frame their athletic involvement, even if they don…
 
Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender. In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 2: The Headband”. For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/…
 
TOPICS: The rise and legacy of American progressivism, a great moment in The Odyssey, & a Hillsdale alumnus spotlightHost Scot Bertram talks with Ronald J. Pestritto, Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Politics, and Charles and Lucia Shipley Chair in the American Constitution at Hillsdale College, about his new book AMERICA TRANSFORMED. Kell…
 
On this episode we interview Andrew Yeater Class of 2012. He holds a Bachelors in Liberal Studies (focus on English and Religious Thought) and a Masters in English. We had worked as an college English instructor, editor, and currently helps run the One Stone Biblical Resources business in Bowling Green, KY. Bachelors in Liberal Studies - Focus on E…
 
As a graduate student, it’s easy to become fixated on a rigid set of expectations, especially when it concerns what one’s academic trajectory should look like. In today’s episode, we speak with Dr. Lauren Mims who has learned to accept that the academic path is often unpredictable, even in the face of the most dedicated planning. During her doctora…
 
Each year on the evening before commencement, it falls on the president of Wyoming Catholic College to host the President’s Dinner and to address not only the graduates, but their parents, siblings, grandparents, and friends. The Wyoming Catholic College class of 2021’s junior and senior years were, of course, marked by pandemic, panic, and social …
 
What kind of equality could be universal? A scan of history shows that our modern ideal of equality is more fiction than fact. In this episode, Ubaydullah Evans interviews the historian Juan Cole on his forthcoming article for Renovatio that addresses the issue of equality by examining the text and context of the Qur’an. The two discuss how equalit…
 
Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender. In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 1: The Awakening”. For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/…
 
TOPICS: Keynesian economics, a new biography of Thomas Sowell, and liberal educationHost Scot Bertram talks with Charles Steele, Chairman of Economics, Business, and Accounting and Associate Professor of Economics at Hillsdale College about John Maynard Keynes and Keynesian economics. Jason Riley dives into MAVERICK, his new biography of one of Ame…
 
Sarah Barnette, a scholar of Victorian literature, speaks with Fr. Francisco Nahoe on great books and the pleasure of reading. Fr. Francisco, a Roman Catholic priest and Franciscan friar, is a scholar of Renaissance literature currently teaching courses in rhetoric and philosophy at Zaytuna College. The writers Barnette reads, such as the Brontë si…
 
Dr. Ijeoma Kola goes solo in this episode and shares the different questions and considerations she is battling as she prepares for a postdoctoral research fellowship. Dr. Kola explains why she decided to pursue a post-doc in the first place, despite the low financial incentive. She also discusses how academia ignores the destabilizing nature of th…
 
Each year our Wyoming Catholic College graduating class selects one of its members to speak on its behalf during the commencement exercises. This year, the Class of 2021 chose Mr. Anthony Jones as their spokesman. In addition to graduating Magna Cum Laude—posting the second highest grade point average in his class—Anthony founded Cowboys for Life, …
 
On today’s episode, we chat with Kathryn Scherer, InGenius Prep’s Director of Counselor Management. Kathryn and I discuss strategies for scheduling the summer before your senior year to get a head start on the college admissions process. Kathryn describes the ideal timeline for how high-achieving rising seniors should prepare for college applicatio…
 
If a typical college semester is about 15 weeks long and students eat three meals a day, that means they're eating 315 meals on campus each semester. That's more than 600 meals during each academic year. That makes food a pretty important part of the college experience — and an important part of choosing which college to attend. This is especially …
 
TOPICS: The 1776 Commission reconvenes, how the Apollo 1 tragedy helped put the U.S. on the moon, and a tour of Normandy American CemeteryHost Scot Bertram shares excerpts of a conversation among Dr. Larry Arnn, chairman of The 1776 Commission, Dr. Matthew Spalding, vice president of The 1776 Commission, and Dr. Carol Swain, vice chair of The 1776 …
 
Pano Kanelos, the noted educator, Shakesperean scholar, and champion of campus discourse, goes one on one with with ACTA's Michael Poliakoff to reflect on his tenure as the 24th president of St. John's College in Annapolis. Kanelos unpacks a pedagogical tradition where all students are immersed in conversation and the study of 200 great books.…
 
Since May is Mental Health Month, it seems fitting to share this interview that we did a while back. Dr. Kristen Voorhies holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in evolutionary biology and currently works as a marine biologist at the US Fish and Wildlife Services. Not only was Kristen the only Black woman in her cohort, but she was also the f…
 
On May 24, 2021, The 1776 Commission met at Hillsdale College’s Washington, D.C. campus to discuss civic education curricula, state civic education reform efforts, pending federal legislation and executive actions, and future activity of the Commission. Following the meeting, Dr. Matthew Spalding, executive director of The 1776 Commission, Dr. Larr…
 
When he delivered his “Regensburg Address” in 2006, Pope Benedict XVI set off a firestorm of anger. Not only had he criticized Islam and modern scientism, he had the temerity to suggest that what the world really needs is Catholicism. Nearly fifteen years later, sound far less profligate and far more prophetic. Of course, the Regensburg Address was…
 
TOPICS: New online course on Dante's DIVINE COMEDY, the Colorado baker whose case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, raising chickens, and politics in HollywoodHost Scot Bertram talks with Stephen Smith, Dean of Humanities, Temple Family Chair in English Literature, and Professor of English at Hillsdale, who also serves as your instructor for the C…
 
Inventor-entrepreneur Mark Bergman ’79 talks about his less-than-straightforward path to Gustavus graduate, creating the Handy Paint Pail and founding the paint accessories company, Handy Products, that grew out of it, turning an idea into a viable and successful product, the business side of Handy Products, and philanthropy in his company and life…
 
On today’s episode of the Cohort Sistas Podcast we speak with Dr. Morgan Jerald about her experience studying an interdisciplinary doctorate at the University of Michigan. We start by acknowledging the challenges of the social climate in which Dr. Jerald commenced her studies. Next, Dr. Jerald gives listeners some tips on producing an academic appl…
 
“Men cannot improve a society by setting fire to it,” wrote conservative political theorist Russell Kirk, “they must seek out its old virtues, and bring them back into the light.” The twentieth century, in contrast with what Kirk wrote, witnessed various attempts to improve society by setting them on fire. And the twenty-first century has the nasty…
 
In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel English Professor Dan Ritchie to discuss how he became an English Professor and his reflections on reading books with students and colleagues in the Humanities Program. For more information about Bookish @ Be…
 
On today’s episode, we chat with Padya Paramita, a Graduate Coach from Wellesley and Columbia and the Digital Content Specialist at InGenius Prep. Padya and I unwrap the mystery that are college admissions waitlists and discuss everything you need to know about how they work. Padya offers her top tips for getting off the waitlist and onto campus. C…
 
The college application process is highly personal — no two journeys are ever the same. Even still, we can learn a lot from those who have traveled that road before by asking what they did right and what they wish they'd done differently. In this episode of College Admissions Insider, we invite listeners to our first college admissions roundtable. …
 
On January 6, 2021, as insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. with a number of them waving flags declaring that "Jesus Saves!", it became clear that the fault lines in evangelical Christianity had become exposed for all to see, and that the Jesus being touted on these signs was a white, American, nationalistic version of …
 
As we wind down the academic year at Simpson College, this week's podcast episode features the work of students who've recorded podcasts as part of the Mobile & Social Media course this spring. We'll hear from Colbee Cunningham, with a mini-episode on international education during the pandemic; Paul Hyatt, with a podcast on e-sports at Simpson Col…
 
A collection of some of the best stories produced by WICB News reporters over this past season. Bridget Bright shares her experience getting the COVID-19 vaccine, incoming news director Himadri Seth & graduating correspondent Madolyn Laurine hear from those being laid off in Ithaca College's "Academic Program Prioritization" process, WICB News web …
 
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