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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school that fosters powerful collaborations on a thriving academic medical campus. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
 
Ever wonder what goes into keeping bus riders and drivers safe? Then join us on the Road to Safety, the podcast that presents the techniques, practices, and processes that instill a safety culture into a bus operation. Brought to you by The School Bus Safety Company in partnership with The Transit and Paratransit Company - leaders in providing driver training materials - each episode will feature special guests and industry experts who will explore the many areas and challenges that bus oper ...
 
In their books "Freakonomics," "SuperFreakonomics" and "Think Like a Freak", Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner explore "the hidden side of everything," telling stories about cheating schoolteachers and eating champions while teaching us all to think a bit more creatively, rationally, and productively. The Freakonomics Radio podcast, hosted by Dubner, carries on that tradition with weekly episodes. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
Hosted by Art Tomassetti, the Flight Test Safety Committee produces monthly podcasts to share valuable, relevant, and helpful information across our audience of SETP, SFTE and AIAA members and anyone who is interested in safety. Each podcasts contains information from the latest issue of our digital publication the Flight Test Safety Fact and include a special topic of the month (presentations from Symposia, interviews, panel discussions and much more). This Podcast is sponsored by Time2clim ...
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety. New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
Produced in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and their consumer site, HealthyChildren.org, Healthy Children is hosted by our favorite Mom: Melanie Cole, MS. Join Melanie as she interviews expert pediatricians and discusses all aspects of your children’s health and well-being. From infants to teens, potty training to bullying, to prom safety – this is your ultimate audio parenting guide available On Demand 24/7!
 
Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers.
 
The Safety Zone is engaging conversations on all aspects of violence prevention from experts who have decades of experiencing in specialized law enforcement, U.S. Secret Service, FBI, Navy Seal Teams, corporate security, hostage negotiations and school security. Mike McCarty & Melinda Ronn are the hosts. Melinda has spent decades in communication, having started in the George W. Bush White House where she served as a liaison to churches, ministries and pastors in the U.S. She now works with ...
 
A podcast about education. Every episode, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis and Will Huntsberry bring you a new story about schools and the system that makes them work (or not). This season, we’ll have stories about a scam that cost California millions of dollars, what happens when a school stops feeling safe and the future of early education. Subscribe now to get every episode. We’re back from summer vacation Sept. 25th.
 
Join Brenda Petrella from Outdoor Photography School as she sits down with top landscape and nature photographers and leaders in the outdoor industry to unpack their approaches to creativity, connecting with nature, and working safely and comfortably in the natural world. This weekly podcast is a mix of interviews and quick tip episodes. The Tidbit Tuesday episodes include nuggets of practical information and a Q&A section where Brenda answers your submitted questions. Be sure to follow the ...
 
The Office co-stars and best friends, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, are doing the ultimate The Office re-watch podcast for you. Each week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of The Office and give exclusive behind the scene stories that only two people who were there, can tell you.
 
If you’ve ever dreamed about cooking like or becoming a professional chef, you’ve come to the right place. Hosted by Chef Jacob Burton, an executive chef by day, wanna be broadcaster by night, we feature instructional style episodes that unpack professional level cooking techniques in an approachable fashion, and interviews with culinary taste makers, including chefs, cook book authors, wine makers, brewers, coffee roasters, and anyone else who is passionate about the world of food and beverage.
 
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American . To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
Penciled In is a weekly podcast that will shed light on our nation's dark policies of the past that have created the world we see today. We will explore our world through the cornerstones of health, wealth, housing, education, and safety to see how we can go from a stained past to a place that will make us more than Penciled In.
 
Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
Welcome to the K-12 Tech Experience, the show that explores the latest trends in K-12 cybersecurity and talks with the IT leaders helping make schools safer. In this bi-weekly podcast, each episode will discuss topics related to technology, cybersecurity, and cyber safety in K-12 schools. With the goal of sharing advice, tips, stories, and wisdom for K-12 IT leaders and those who are on a mission to protect students, teachers, and staff in schools. Hosted by Jake Kasowski, communications man ...
 
Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy. Janet is a respected parenting adviser, author, and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create relationships of respect, trust, and love. Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Chi ...
 
School safety has long been an issue, but in recent years, with high profile school violence episodes both nationally and internationally, as well as the growing realization that ongoing bullying is highly destructive, the focus on safety has increased.
 
Need dog advice? Look no further than Katie K9, the down-home dog trainer. Long trusted by dog owners and industry professionals, Katie is dedicated to educating the everyday family through this Q&A program, in addition to running her own obedience school. Dogs are her specialty, but her wisdom doesn't stop there. You won't find expensive gimmicks or treats here! Just simple logic and kind-hearted patience from an entertainingly jovial host.
 
From curriculum and creativity to pedagogy and policy, the coronavirus pandemic is upending education globally. The Learnit Podcast will explore how the mass, overnight migration to online learning will shape the future of teaching and learning. Hosted by Jenny Anderson, senior education reporter, we're putting education innovators and global leaders in the spotlight to showcase who is closing equity gaps, addressing learning gaps, creating safety and belonging, and instilling in every learn ...
 
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America’s gun violence crisis is leaving its mark on multiple generations of young people, who don’t need to be victims or even direct witnesses to shootings to suffer lasting harm. That’s the big takeaway from Children Under Fire: An American Crisis, a new book by The Washington Post’s John Woodrow Cox. Why are school districts spending billions t…
 
The board that oversees California’s workplace safety agency, Cal/OSHA, has voted on new rules around wearing masks in the workplace. Fully vaccinated employees in most job settings will not have to wear face coverings. Reporter: Alex Hall, The California Report Starting next month, the state's Employment Development Department says unemployed Cali…
 
Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series: COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American ’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential developments in the pandemic: from vaccines to new variants and everything in between.By Josh Fischman,Tanya Lewis,Jeffery DelViscio
 
For class 12 students who are caught between the pandemic and board exams results that will determine the future of their higher education, CBSE has finally revealed its evaluation method that will replace exams. The cancellation class of 12 board exams was announced earlier on 1 June, with PM Modi himself saying that the safety of students was of …
 
“Data, data everywhere, and not a place to sync!” Eric Preston Sensor data and oftentimes, the corresponding analytics are popping up everywhere you look. What is happening in the HVAC world? In newer systems there are some options; most on the high end. But are there any reliable solutions that address more basic systems and the aftermarket? Here …
 
In this episode, Sunil Dasgupta talks with school equity firebrand Jill Ortman-Fouse about the inability of the local school board to change school boundaries, allowing inequalities to persist across the 207-strong school system. Andrew Saundry on how no Upcounty transportation project made the Biden infrastructure draft bill. Music from Silver Spr…
 
In this weeks episode of Film School Friday, Corey and Bill are talking about film festivals and if you should or should not submit your work. Links https://www.infocuspodcast.com Looking for more episodes? Check here Get In Touch Follow In Focus Podcast and our hosts on Instagram: @infocuspod, @austinallen, and @bill.cornelius. Media and other inq…
 
Inadequate housing and overcrowding has exacerbated a COVID-19 outbreak in the northern Ontario Cree community of Kashechewan — but those issues date back years before the pandemic. We talk to Peter Lazarus, Kashechewan First Nation's housing director; and Dr. Sarah Funnell, founding director of the Centre for Indigenous Health Research and Educati…
 
Last year, Italian police caught a man trying to smuggle more than 1,000 cacti and succulents into the country. They repatriated the plants back to Chile with the help of Barbara Goettsch, co-chair of the cactus and succulent plant specialist group at the International Union for Conservation of Nature. She tells us why this type of poaching poses a…
 
In Canadian politics this week, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul said an attempt to oust her was driven by sexism and racism, and outgoing Nunavut MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq made a blistering exit speech. We discuss these events with our national affairs panel: Karyn Pugliese, journalism professor at Ryerson University and former executive news director for…
 
First this week, News Intern Sofia Moutinho joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss scientists concerns about advertisers looking into using our smart speakers or phones to whisper ads to us while we sleep. Next, Bina Desai, head of programs at the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva, discusses how to predict the economic impact of human d…
 
The operator of the state’s power grid is urging Californians to conserve energy on Thursday as the first major heat wave of the year continues. A Flex Alert calls for Californians to conserve power between 5 and 10 p.m. Reporter: Lily Jamali, The California Report The month of May proved to be the busiest in the Port of Los Angeles' 114-year histo…
 
15 June 2020 will go down in history as the day WHEN 20 Indian troops, including their commanding officer died in clashes with PLA soldiers at Galwan Valley. Although both countries have had several standoffs over the years, these were the first casualties at the LAC since 1975. One year since the fatal cases, there have been economic sanctions on …
 
America's prison system is brutal, stupid and inhumane. It makes us all less safe and has a terrible impact on other parts of our society such as health care, education, and even how we treat one another. "Reform" or band-aids will not make it better - it must be uprooted, abolished and replaced. Michael Moore recently proposed a "Department of Pub…
 
With graduations delayed or cancelled due to the pandemic, we're celebrating Canada's class of 2021. Matt Galloway talks to graduating high school students across the country about the year they've had, and their hopes and dreams for the future. Plus, we hear some words of advice and encouragement from Dionne Deer, principal at Glenlawn Collegiate …
 
Power & Politics for Thursday, June 17th with Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor John Bolton, Ontario Outbreak Response Coordinator Dr. Dirk Huyer, former Green Party leadership candidate Amita Kuttner, Parliamentary Secretary Anita Vandenbeld, Conservative Defence Critic James Bezan, NDP Status of Women Critic Lindsay Mathyssen and th…
 
Cecilia Rouse, the chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisors, is as cold-blooded as any economist. But she admits that her profession would do well to focus on policy that actually helps people. Rouse explains why President Biden wants to spend trillions of dollars to reshape the economy, and why — as the first Black chair of the C.E.A.…
 
California lifted most of its coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, meaning businesses can go back to full capacity and masks will no longer be required in most situations for fully vaccinated people. While many are celebrating the move, state and local officials are cautioning people that the pandemic is far from over. More than 50,000 fans were at…
 
Fuel prices are climbing at a record high when the economy is at a record low. Cost of fuel has increased 23 times since 4 May, in what seems like almost every other day. While petrol rates have surged past Rs 100 in several states, diesel prices have also surpassed Rs 100 for the first time, with Sri Ganganagar a small city in Rajasthan being the …
 
Manitoba and Alberta are offering cash, scholarships, and prizes in an effort to get more people vaccinated. Will it work? We discuss incentive programs with Kelly Peters, CEO and co-founder of BEworks, a behavioural economics firm; Azim Shariff, a professor and Canada 150 Research Chair of Moral Psychology at the University of British Columbia; an…
 
In a sneak peek of Thursday's show celebrating the high school class of 2021, we talk to Jolie Gan, who is graduating from Sir Winston Churchill High School in Calgary. She tells us about a final year like no other, marked by COVID-19, challenges of online learning, and anti-Asian hate.
 
More than 6,700 prisoners across Canada tested positive for COVID-19 as of June 9 — a rate much higher than the general population. Yet, a CBC News analysis has found that in some facilities, prisoners waited until May for their chance at a first vaccine dose. The CBC's senior data journalist, Valerie Ouellet, tells us more.…
 
It’s time for a second drink! Today we are revisiting Season 4. We kick off this episode with an amazing interview with the original Office costume designer, Carey Bennett. Carey talks with Jenna and Angela about how she designed the look for The Office cast, including what Dwight’s mustard shirt means to her. And how she influenced the overall loo…
 
From an inside look at a 12-year-old struggling with remote learning to revealing that districts had wrongly forced parents to sign away their children’s rights to special education services, The Boston Globe’s Bianca Vázquez Toness put the spotlight on families whose educational experiences were most disrupted by the pandemic. In this year’s EWA A…
 
Former Pfizer VP and Virologist, Dr. Michael Yeadon, is one of the most credentialed medical professionals speaking out about the dangers of the #Covid19 vaccines, yet it has fallen on deaf ears. With great honor, The HighWire gives Dr. Yeadon the floor to break down his “list of lies” that keeps him up at night, when it comes to lockdowns, masks, …
 
As the state reopens, restrictions on capacity and social distancing have been lifted, although businesses can implement their own rules. Mask requirements are no longer in place for people who are fully vaccinated, although there are some exceptions. Loosened COVID-19 restrictions may be a relief to most Californians, but others may be feeling som…
 
In some big news on 15 June, the Delhi High Court granted bail to three UAPA accused-Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal, and Asif Iqbal Tanha in the Delhi riots case. The Bench led by Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Anup Jairam Bhambhani, while granting the bail, noted that the State failed to produce evidence to show that the three accused comm…
 
In this episode, our guest Dr. Laura Johnson describes the domestic violence response team program, which is a collaborative partnership between domestic violence organizations and law enforcement. Findings from her research project examining factors that contribute to police officer support for a police-advocate partnership intervention are discus…
 
#011: Today I sit down with nature photographer, Linda Nickell (http://lindanickell.com), to chat about the vast and wondrous landscapes throughout her home state of Texas. Texas is the largest state in the continental U.S., and yet, it doesn’t get as much attention from landscape photographers as the Pacific Northwest, California, or the Rockies, …
 
We've heard about it every summer for years, but somehow it still happens, kids dying in hot cars. We've heard about it every summer for years, but somehow it still happens, kids dying in hot cars. On average 40 kids die in hot cars every year, with most incidents happening towards the end of a typical work week. Dr. Benjamin Hoffman is a pediatric…
 
Bob Murray, 82, lives with mild dementia in Seaforth, Ont. He welcomed news that a new drug to treat Alzheimer's has been approved in the U.S., but some scientists have argued that there's not enough proof it actually works. Murray explains what it would mean for him if Canada also approved the treatment. Plus, we hear more about the research from …
 
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