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15 Minute History is a history podcast designed for historians, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. This is a joint project of Hemispheres, the international outreach consortium at the University of Texas at Austin, and Not Even Past, a website with articles on a wide variety of historical issues, produced by the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin. This podcast series is devoted to short, accessible discussions of important topics in world history, United States history, and ...
 
Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health is the monthly podcast by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Consistent with the spirit of the foundation's work, the podcast captures the human implications of mental health and related issues, bringing you conversations with mental health advocates, researchers, consumers, officials, and others who carry the torch on behalf of mental health and wellness in Texas and beyond. Into the Fold is part of the Texas Podcast Network. Texas Podcast Network ...
 
Subscribe to Inside Health Education if you plan on applying to a public Texas medical, dental, or veterinary school! In this podcast, we’ll explore the TMDSAS application in greater detail by connecting with the admissions experts who are ready to help. Each episode will be tailored to focus on different parts of the application all meant to help you, the applicant, be seen by admissions committees. This podcast is produced and managed by the Texas Health Education Service in Austin, TX. Yo ...
 
What does it mean to be a good leader? What are leadership traits and characteristics? How do I build these characteristics?What does leadership have to do with my day-to-day life?The Lead Into It podcast dives into these questions and all things leadership with inspiring interviews from leaders with all different types of backgrounds. Each episode will leave you with inspiration or tactical tools for your career or personal life. Your host, Sara Greco, has the vision to help others build an ...
 
Point of Discovery takes you on a journey behind the front lines of science, where you'll meet the brilliant, quirky scientists who make the magic happen. Our stories are driven by curiosity. How much of our DNA do we share with yeast? How do our brains block out noise at a party so that we can focus on just one person speaking? How do you study a terrible disease-causing bacteria that turns mild-mannered in the lab? Come discover the answers with us. Music by: Podington Bear. Learn more at: ...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
In Brazil, the term língua da gente (literally 'language of the people') refers to the way that people actually talk in everyday speech. And that, in essence, is the object behind this series. We hope to provide practical lessons that demonstrate how people really speak, and we do this by presenting brief, slice-of-life dialogs, which focus on some daily situation, scenario, or task that we encounter every day.
 
Français Interactif is an online French course from the University of Texas at Austin with a CC By license. It has been funded and created by Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services at the University of Texas, and is currently supported by COERLL, the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning UT-Austin, and the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE Grant P116B070251) as an example of the open access initiative.
 
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/
 
The mission of the TEX Talks Podcast and Speaker Series is to identify, capture, and share the entrepreneurial spirit that surrounds the University of Texas at Austin and its community. Entrepreneurs share their stories with students to help inspire the leaders of tomorrow, and then we share with others to enjoy via podcast and video formats. Talks will feature leaders in all entrepreneurial backgrounds including CPGs, Fintech, SaaS, medicine, energy, music, education, and others that are ch ...
 
Dialectica Radio examines the civic, political, and economic issues that matter to us all on global, national, and local levels. Dialectica is brought to you by students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, is broadcast live on Mondays at 7:00 PM CST over the air and internet by KVRX Austin 91.7 FM Student Radio, and is produced in partnership with the LBJ Journal of Public Affairs.
 
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/
 
This work is O. Henry's first published volume and is considered to be his only novel. The plot is composed of several short stories, which were inspired by the author's six-month stay in Honduras in the late 1890s. "The incidents embracing as they do, a variety of subjects, hang loosely together, so loosely in fact, that at times one finds no apparent connection between them at all, and yet in the end one sees how each is intimately related to the other. ...Written by a less able hand than ...
 
Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
Sound as a Medium is a podcast with topical episodes made up of pieces created by students in the class Sound as a Medium at The University of Texas at Austin. The featured pieces cross the spectrum from music concrete to old time radio drama, from improvised fiction to traditional documentary. The full episodes will feature sound pieces only, with special video additions available at http://soundasamedium.wordpress.com.
 
This series is designed to help you learn the basic vocabulary of Hindi. It is based on the vocabulary introduced in Teach Yourself Hindi; but can be used independently of any book, and should be useful for anyone beginning to learn Hindi. We give the Hindi equivalents for common English words and expressions, show how they can be used in context, and drill some of them. The idea is simply to make the words come alive as you hear them pronounced; you’ll also pick up some useful phrases, and ...
 
Fifteen years ago, 21-year-old Jennifer Cave went out with her friend Colton Pitonyak to celebrate getting a new job. She never showed up for her first day of work. Two days later, Jennifer’s body was found at The Orange Tree, a condo complex near the University of Texas at Austin. Pitonyak, a promising UT business student who lived in the condo, had fled to Mexico … and he wasn’t alone. He had gone with another UT student, Laura Hall. The crime’s gruesome nature, Pitonyak’s surprising defen ...
 
Elected with strong bipartisan support in 2018, Senator Nathan Johnson represents the economically and demographically diverse Senate District 16, which comprises the northern part of Dallas County. Johnson graduated magna cum laude with a degree in physics from the University of Arizona, and earned his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He practices law in the Trial Practice Group at the law firm of Thompson & Knight. He has also composed music for the classical concert stag ...
 
This video podcast series presents basic information to teachers on how to set-up and use the equipment mentioned in the Get Your Physics On! lessons and activities. http://www.thetrc.org/web/physics.htmlThere are sixteen episodes that are included and they each incorporate the equipment specified in the Physics TEKS 2F and 2G.
 
This series features full-length, edited interviews with members of the applied mechanics and engineering science research community covering their careers and research areas of interest. The podcasts are created by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and hosted by Harry Dankowicz, Editor of Applied Mechanics Reviews and Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
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In this episode, David P. Weber, Professor of Law at Creighton University School of Law, discusses his article "Athletes in Transit: Why the Game is Different in Sports and the Visas Should be Too," which will be published in the Tulane Law Review. Weber begins by noting the scholarly consensus that immigration is generally a net positive to the na…
 
How do historians teach Environmental History in an age where climate catastrophe fills the headlines? Megan Raby and Erika Bsumek, both History Professors and Environmental Historians discuss what drew them to the field, how they talk about environmental history with their students, and the 2021 Institute for Historical Studies Conference, “Climat…
 
As leaders or as high achieving individuals, our health and wellness the foundation to reach our goals and to care of others. On this week's episode, I talk with Jenn Trepeck, owner of Better Life Now, LLC and the host of the Salad With A Side Of Fries podcast. During our conversation, we talk about why health and wellness as a leader are important…
 
In this episode, Noah Chauvin, a recent graduate of William & Mary Law School and a current judicial clerk, discusses his scholarship on free speech, including his article "Governments 'Erasing History' and the Importance of Free Speech," which will be published in the Northern Illinois University Law Review, and his book review, "Anthony Leaker's …
 
In this episode, Jamie Abrams, Professor of Law at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, discusses her articles "Legal Education's Curricular Tipping Point," which will be published in the Hofstra Law Review, and "Feminist Pedagogy in Legal Education," which will be published in the Oxford Handbook of Feminism and Law in the United S…
 
We're joined by health professions advisors to address your questions about preparing for the application. The "year of COVID" has affected everyone's plans, and pre-health students were not exempt. Clinical experiences were canceled, classes moved online, and timelines shifted. ---------- Join our online communities to receive early access to the …
 
On February 14, 2021 the Hogg Foundation and the world lost a champion of mental health, Stephany J. Bryan. Stephany passed away due to complications related to COVID-19, and we at the foundation are deeply feeling this loss. Our dear friend and colleague had a spirit that was larger than life, full of passion, drive, and an unforgettable sense of …
 
Nineteenth-Century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma) was home to a wide array of groups including Native American Nations, enslaved Indian Freed-people, African Americans, White settlers, and others. In a conversation on Black Reconstruction in Indian Territory, Alaina Roberts discusses what Reconstruction might have meant for Black people in …
 
Welcomes one of the newest TMDSAS member institutions: the Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic Medicine! Learn about what makes SHSU-COM unique with the admissions team. We also discuss their admissions process and how applicants can align their application to the mission of the school. ---------- Join our online communities to rece…
 
It's time for a coffee break! Take a break with a short clip of previous Lead Into It episodes--short enough for your coffee break and energizes you for the rest of the day. During this coffee break, listen to part of Episode 6: Leadership and Self Awareness with Becky Heyse, where she talks about using Brene Brown's methodology when doing feedback…
 
Mark Thompson, director of digital delivery at National Grid, on digitalization, industry standards, and the day-to-day of how our grid is being converted to renewable energy.Show notes and transcript:https://energy.mit.edu/podcast/36Sign up for notifications of new episodes:https://energy.mit.edu/podcast/signup…
 
In this episode, Seth G. Benzell, Assistant Professor at Chapman University Argyros School of Business and Economics, discusses his work on how to understand and regulate Facebook, which he co-authored with Avinash Collis. You can read their article, "How to Govern Facebook: A Structural Model for Taxing and Regulating Big Tech," or their white pap…
 
In this episode, Kurt Schneider, former CEO of the Harlem Globetrotters, entrepreneur, and host of the Smart Drivel podcast, discusses the entertainment industry, his experiences working with lawyers, and his love of martinis. Schneider begins by explaining his background in the entertainment industry at Disney, WWE, and the Harlem Globetrotters, a…
 
In the antebellum years, freedom and unfreedom often overlapped, even in states that were presumed “free states.” According to a new book by Kevin Waite, this was in part because the reach of the Slave South extended beyond the traditional South into newly admitted free and slave states. States like California found their legislatures filled with f…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Carla Bennett, an experienced leader who worked her way from the ground level up at a major domestic airline as well as a published author. We talk about how she came into leadership, what she learned from it, and her Advocate leadership style. This episode is perfect for those understanding what Advocate-style lead…
 
In this episode, Amy Cyphert, Lecturer in Law and Director of the ASPIRE Office at the West Virginia University College of Law, discusses her article "Reprogramming Recidivism: The First Step Act and Algorithmic Prediction of Risk," which is published in the Seton Hall Law Review. Cyphert begins by explaining how the First Step Act changed the way …
 
For almost two decades, Edmund (Ted) Gordon has been leading tours of UT Austin that show how racism, patriarchy, and politics are baked into the landscape and architecture of the campus. According to the now digitized tour’s website, “What began as lectures about UT’s Black history turned into a more sustained research project about the broader ra…
 
In this episode, Cathay Y. N. Smith, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Montana Blewett School of Law, discusses her new article "Weaponizing Copyright." Smith begins by explaining that "weaponizing" copyright is using it for non-copyright ends. In theory, copyright is supposed to be about ensuring that copyright owners reap the econom…
 
It's time for a coffee break! Take a break with a short clip of previous Lead Into It episodes--short enough for your coffee break and energizes you for the rest of the day. During this coffee break, listen to part of Episode 12: Own your Mess with Scott Miller, where he talks about the importance of listening as a leader. Specifically, he goes int…
 
In this episode, Evan Bernick, Executive Director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution and Visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown, discusses his article "Constitutional Hedging." Bernick begins by explaining that "constitutional hedging" is when judges consider the merits and demerits of multiple theories of constitutional interpretation …
 
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are reaching into our archives to share a conversation between two history makers: Bert Kruger Smith and Maggie Kuhn. In this 1979 episode of The Human Condition, a radio series produced by the Hogg Foundation that ran from 1971 to 1983 on KUT, the show’s host Bert Kruger Smith interviews Maggie Kuhn, an …
 
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