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Best Columbia International Universitys podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Columbia International Universitys podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complemen ...
 
Can’t make it to the Wilson Center? Tune in to our podcast to hear expert speakers on the links between global environmental change, security, development, and health. Includes contributions from the Environmental Change and Security Program (ECSP) and Maternal Health Initiative (MHI). ECSP and MHI are part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in the District of Columbia. I ...
 
Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complemen ...
 
$6.99 Per Pound is a bi-weekly podcast featuring interviews with leaders and professionals from a wide variety of fields. Paying homage to Korean-owned hot food delis in New York City, the inquisitive duo Joann Park and Jaeki Cho treat listeners to a buffet of HOT takes on career, culture and community. Don't forget to follow us, like, comment! Follow us on Instagram @699perpound Email us at info@699perpound.com
 
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This week, we sat down with Seth Cheeks, Sr. Visual Designer at Google, about how he creates AR Branded Experiences and his journey of becoming an Senior-level designer at Google. As a High School dropout, skater, and 2-year Technical School graduate, Seth is not the archetype for a designer at Google. The key to his success was putting in the time…
 
This week, we sat down with Ron Kim, NY Assemblymember of District 40, to talk about what it is like to be a politician at the New York State Level. His journey in politics started when we barged into the office of then Council-member John Liu and demanded improvements leading Mr. Liu to offer him a summer internship. Since then, Ron has put in the…
 
“NCDs have raised the risk of and the severity of the COVID-19 infection,” says Dr. Belén Garijo, Executive Board Member and CEO of Healthcare at Merck KGaA Darmstadt, Germany, in this week’s Friday Podcast. Women living with NCDs like cardiovascular disease, hypertension, cancer, mental health disorders, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes, have an i…
 
Our last episode of our Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki and Jojo sit down with Jessica Kim Gruber, Licensed LMFT Therapist in the state of New York, and open up about their personal, business and career struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jaeki shares his thoughts on having to furlough employees, the stresses of…
 
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc the world over, and recent data shows that the hardest hit will be the world’s women and girls and populations impacted by racism and discrimination. This week’s Friday Podcast highlights remarks from a recent Wilson Center event sponsored by EMD Serono, the biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany in …
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jojo and Jaeki talk with Jeff H Sipe, International Career Coach, to provide actionable steps for anyone looking for a job right now. He has over 10 years of experience recruiting talent for Fortune 500 technology companies like the infamous Google. Jeff shares invaluable tips on how to net…
 
The year 2020 has been designated as the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife by the World Health Organization. In April 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO), International Council of Nurses, and Nursing Now, published the first-ever State of the World’s Nursing Report. This week’s Friday Podcast highlights remarks from a recent Wilson Center eve…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki spoke with Madison Bondoc, leader of a volunteer 3D printing chapter in Washington DC called e-NABLE DC, about the 3D printed face shields they are supplying to frontline healthcare workers to hospitals like Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, NY. When many hospitals are faced with a shortag…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki and Jojo speak with Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist Joy Lieberthal Rho about how Asian Americans can take care of their mental health with the rise of hate crimes. Joy breaks down how therapists can help validate these real anxieties and fears and work with clients to fi…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Ryan Chow, PT & DPT returns to the pod and explains to Jaeki and Jojo how to improve their fitness and stay fit during this time of social distancing. Extended time inside and closed gyms have disrupted our workout routines but Ryan tells us that this is a opprotunity to rework our fitness …
 
“What are the underlying drivers of risk that created the conditions for Covid-19 to emerge, and how do we better address them?” said Lauren Herzer Risi, Project Director for the Environmental Change and Security Program, in this week’s Friday Podcast, recorded during a recent Wilson Center Ground Truth Briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic. This quest…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Sam Han rejoins the podcast from his residence in Western Australia to make sense of what the world is going through from the lens of a sociologist. Sam breaks down various governmental responses in South Korea, Australia, Singapore, and the USA and explores how that affects the mindset of …
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki and Jojo spoke with John C. Yang (President) and Marita Etcubañez (Director of Strategic Initiatives) of Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) about how Asian Americans can support each other during this time and how we can become more civically engaged. John C. Yang breaks down ho…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki and Jojo talk with Zeyi Yang, Wuhan native and international student at Columbia University, about his experience adjusting to online classes and not being with his family in Wuhan during lockdown. With graduation and career expo canceled, Zeyi reflects on his last semester as a Maste…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis This episode, Jaeki and Jojo spoke with Steven Raga, the Chief of Staff for District 30 of the NY State Assembly, which covers Queens, NY from Long Island City to Middle Village. As Chief of Staff, Steven is tasked with making sure every aspect of the office is running smoothly from preppin…
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis In this episode, Jaeki and Jojo talk with Rachel Zheng & Nan Liu in Beijing to get a first hand account of what life was like in China during the lockdown. China had the extraordinary task of responding to COVID-19 during Lunar New Year, which is the busiest time of the year in terms of tra…
 
In this podcast for HMF’s May issue, Brandon Landry, Customer Success Coordinator at Molecular You, interviews Ash Anwar on his article entitled "Value-Based Healthcare Delivery Through Metabolomics-Based Personalized Health Platform”. To view the article, click here.
 
What is inherent in the word “universal,” is that it is for all women, said Anneka Knutsson, Chief of the Sexual and Reproductive Health Branch at the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), at a recent Wilson Center event on the importance of midwives in achieving universal health coverage. To achieve the ambitious sustainable development goal of …
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis Jaeki says: “Yo, we caught up with Cliff Cho, owner of famed New York City bar Fat Buddha and the newly opened omakase sushi restaurant OMOMO. Cliff, who’s a veteran events promoter and DJ, opened up Fat Buddha in the East Village nearly a decade ago. The establishment has since become a ni…
 
Listen to Dr. Craig Stephen as he talks about the link between the social and biophysical determinants of infectious disease outbreaks and the concept of ecosystem stewardship. Craig is the CEO of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative and a Professor at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. To view the article click here.…
 
“Women and men face very different risks and challenges,” said Chitra Nagarajan, a writer and journalist who covers climate change, conflict, and gender. She spoke in this week’s podcast about what’s changed in the Lake Chad region. In the last few years the combination of profound climate change and high levels of insecurity have made life harder …
 
Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis In the coming weeks, $6.99 Per Pound is going to provide you perspectives and personal stories on how Asians have been impacted by COVID-19. Make sure to subscribe to stay up-to-date with the latest drops from our special series! This week, Jojo was joined by Ivy Yang, the founder of the Wu…
 
Jojo says: This week, we teamed up with the fabulous ladies of Collective Shades to talk about being a WOC (Woman of Color) in the workplace and navigating the treacherous competition at NYC. This episode was LADIES ONLY and we got to unleash all of our gripes but also how each of us fought to move up without sacrificing being true to ourselves. We…
 
Career: FDNY Firefighter Sarinya’s Personal Mantra: "To your own self, be true" This week Jaeki & Joann sit down with Sarinya Srisakul about her 14 year career as a firefighter with the FDNY. She is the first-ever Asian Women firefighter in the history of FDNY, which is crazy to think about since FDNY has been around since 1865. Once an art school …
 
While there are many uses for global data sets and innovative data analysis technologies, the most important thing, Rodolfo Camacho said in this week’s Water Stories podcast, is not analyzing the data. It’s the collaboration among countries sharing data. Camacho, Project Director at Winrock International and Chief of Party for USAID’s Sustainable W…
 
“This project is serious,” Casimiro Olvida said. “It will help the community. If you do not believe me, you can kill me anytime.” He recalled saying this in 1995 to Communist rebels in Mindanao who were suspicious that his USAID-funded team was supporting the Philippine government. We have the same goals, he told them, to help the poor and protect …
 
Listen to Trina Fyfe, PhD, and Geoffrey Payne, PhD, as they discuss how rural providers face challenges using clinical practice guidelines and outline a case study in British Columbia related to maternity care and the prevention of Rhesus D factor alloimmunization. Trina is a librarian and researcher at UNBC and Geoffrey is the Vice-President of Re…
 
Through open source information, remote sensing, and existing data, we can have a better sense of how conflict impacts the environment and how it then impacts people depending on the environment, said Wim Zwijnenburg, a Humanitarian Disarmament Project Leader for the Dutch peace organization, PAX, in this week’s Friday Podcast. Wim sat down for an …
 
Career: Founder & Chief Curator of caribBeing Shelley’s Personal Mantras: "Show me your company and I will show you who you are" & "Everyone can't be like you" This week Shelley Worrell sits down with Jaeki and Michael ($6.99 Producer) to talk about caribBEING, a cultural organization that stands at the crossroads of Caribbean art, film, and cultur…
 
“I believe if you acknowledge women as primary users of environmental resources, if you draft the policy with women [at] the table, offering you their unique perspective and unique feedback, you’re going to have a more stable policy. A policy that gets implemented,” says Mishkat Al-Moumin, scholar in residence at the Environmental Law Institute, in…
 
The United States and China are on the road to war, said Senior Advisor of New America’s Resource Security Program, Sharon Burke in this week’s Friday Podcast. “And if you’re an environmental peacebuilder and you’re not thinking about that, you might want to,” she added. She spoke with Geoffrey Dabelko, Professor at Ohio University and Senior Advis…
 
Career: Author & Sports Journalist Seth’s Personal Mantra: “Stay Winning” This week Seth Berkman joins Jaeki and Jojo to talk about his latest book “A Team of Their Own: How an International Sisterhood Made Olympic History”. The book provides an inside look into the South Korean Women’s Hockey team as they prepared for the 2018 Winter Olympics in P…
 
We are back just in time for the real new year with our first episode of 2020! Hosts Jaeki Cho and Joann Cho sit down to talk about how they celebrate the new year as Koreans. We also get into the differences between new year festivities in New York City and the San Gabriel valley aka the 626. As we are a career based podcast, we also hit you with …
 
“For me, [multiple sclerosis (MS)] presented itself shortly after the birth of my second son. I had these symptoms; I had this profound fatigue that I didn’t have with my first child,” said Terrie Livingston at a recent Wilson Center event about the growing threat of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) on maternal health. Livingston is the Head of Pat…
 
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