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Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
Driven By Curiosity is the go-to podcast empowering you to step outside your comfort zone and create an extraordinary life. This is for the fearless small-town girls, big dreamers and ambitious women who want to live their own version of a freedom lifestyle starting TODAY - no matter if that means traveling the world, starting their own business, or studying abroad. Laura Langheinrich is a 22-year-old German small-town girl, YouTuber, life coach, author of "Girls Study Abroad and founder of ...
 
Zac Poonen, a former Indian Naval Officer, has been serving the Lord in India for over 50 years as a Bible-teacher. He has responsibility for a number of churches in India and abroad. His sermons, books, articles and bible studies are available free of charge online at cfcindia.com. This podcast series features his recent sermons and messages.
 
If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
Bloomberg Balance of Power, where the world of politics meets the world of business. David Westin speaks with experts from Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg Tax and Bloomberg Law about how lawmakers, government officials, and business leaders impact business and American policies at home and abroad.
 
Profiles in Franceformation is the podcast where we hear from inspiring people who have pursued their dream of moving to France. We learn about why they moved, how they overcame the challenges they faced, and what they love - and hate - about living in France. I hope that hearing their stories can help you to pursue your dreams and maybe, your very own Franceformation.
 
The “Asia Chessboard” features in-depth conversations with the most prominent strategic thinkers on Asia. CSIS Senior Vice President for Asia and former senior national security council official Michael Green takes the debate beyond the headlines of the day to explore the historical context and inside decision-making process on major geopolitical developments from the Himalayas to the South China Sea. Experience the hard calls and consequential debates that drive US policy towards this criti ...
 
The Non-Immigrant Student podcast is an audio journal of my grad-school journey in the United States of America.It is an inspirational podcast that seeks to encourage and provide guidance to other non-immigrant students across the globe on how to live their best lives while fulfilling their Study Abroad dreams. My stories reveal the hacks, tips, and tricks I have learned while on this journey and I honestly believe that ''If I can do it, you can do it too!''So excited to have you with me on ...
 
Yes! Study Abroad is a platform to encourage and equip minority students with the tools needed to study abroad and be competitive in a global setting. Students from all over have shared their study abroad experience to inspire you and so that you can learn from their mistakes. Take these stories with you on the go, on your commute or while multi-tasking! Drop your questions and comments for advice from YSA founder, Kierra. Enjoy!
 
Running from the law? Looking for a place to retire or simply want to know what it's like to live in another country? Expat Sandwich, hosted by Marty Walker, features an eclectic range of expats sharing the best, the weirdest and the worst of living abroad. Learn more at expatsandwich.com
 
Hi, I'm Daniel De Biasi, and I'm fascinated by people who achieved incredible things. In this podcast, I want to share with you stories of people who emigrate and re-start their life in a new country. I invite you to join me as I explore emigrant's stories. We would dive deep into how they did it, what reasons pushed them to leave their life behind, what challenges they faced, and what they managed to accomplish. I left Italy at 27, moved to the opposite side of the world, New Zealand, and t ...
 
Wandering Nature is devoted to discovering nature’s wonderful, strange, and fascinating organisms and ecosystems. Because these ecosystems are in exotic and wild locations, it’s also about the adventures, joys, and challenges of travel abroad. The project is made possible by a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which provides funding to recent college graduates to pursue a year of independent, non-academic study abroad.
 
Ripple Effects: Travelers with Disabilities Abroad is a podcast brought to you by Mobility International USA, where we listen to the vivid stories from people with disabilities going abroad and the positive impact these experiences have on shifting ideas of what is possible.
 
We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
 
Where should you go? For how long? How can you afford it.....? These are just a few of the questions we discuss on The Study Abroadcast. If you're thinking about studying abroad this is a perfect podcast for you to listen to in order to motivate, and inspire your inner Indiana Jones or Carmen Sandiego. Get ideas from others. Make plans for your own. And for Pete's sake, study abroad...smarter.
 
Oncourse Vantage is India's foremost creative and alternate education company that aims to bridge to gap between formal education and real world skills. They offer a plethora of institutional and non-institutional programs to help develop life-skills along with standardised test prep and assistance with undergraduate, graduate or MBA study abroad applications. The podcast is an extension of their work as educational consultants, where hosts & founders Alisha & Akhil breakdown how to choose t ...
 
Do you want to study abroad to enhance your journalism education? In this podcast, Jonah McKeown and Jiwon Choi from the University of Missouri's Global Programs Office bring in guests who have done just that, to help you learn more about studying abroad. Enhance your global perspective and get connected to our office to make the most of your time at the University of Missouri. Come and explore the world with us!
 
As you prepare to take this journey to study, work, volunteer, or retire abroad, subscribe to The Your Expat Expert podcast to minimize the ‘Nobody told me or I didn’t know moments’. Now let’s begin a smoother transition. Today’s Show: Welcome to The Your Expat Expert Podcast Your Expat Expert Podcast provides expatriate services to individuals and companies moving abroad in an educational environment with an informative voice helping you feel confident and more importantly, prepared. Want t ...
 
CSIS looks at how rapidly changing technology and cybersecurity are affecting the world in the twenty-first century. Issues covered include intelligence, surveillance, encryption, privacy, military technology, space, and more. Programs leading the research on this topic include the Technology Policy Program and the International Security Program. Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this topic below.
 
Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
 
Jiran (جيران) is a 5-week summer language program from July 2-August 3, 2018 that pairs intermediate and advanced Arabic students with underserved Arabic-speaking families in New Britain, Connecticut. Jiran programming in a program focused on Arabic language learning and intercultural competence development. The program allows student participants to progress in Arabic, access Arabic speakers from places they cannot study abroad (Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, etc), and experientially learn abou ...
 
Mindful Expat is a weekly podcast show designed for those living abroad to provide you with weekly guideposts for emotional wellbeing and resilience in your international life and to help you make the most of your inner and outer journeys. Living abroad presents us with unique challenges, but also equally unique opportunities for personal growth and development. Psychologist and expat counselor, Dana Nelson, Ph.D., shares insights on emotional wellbeing for overseas adventurers and brings yo ...
 
The Motherland Connect Podcast takes listeners on a journey of discovering travel, exploration, and freedom through the Black travel experience lens. Every episode is a powerful listening adventure with insights around connecting people across the globe to the black diaspora in authentic ways. You’ll hear interviews and stories from new and seasoned travelers alike, Black ex-pats, Black entrepreneurs and business owners across the world, conscious black travelers, and you’ll learn more about ...
 
On this podcast I will be covering a range of topics. From understanding the molecular mechanisms of why interventions such as exercise & nutrition can improve our quality of life. Also, I will be talking to different PhD students, about why they started a PhD and tips and tricks they have for anyone wanting to start one.
 
This UPR original series is a yearlong storytelling project about borders that are crossed to pursue goals or make changes in society. New episodes added monthly through June 2018. The UPR Original Series "Crossing Borders" is a yearlong storytelling project between UPR and the USU Office of Global Engagement - providing services for international students and scholars; and facilitating study abroad opportunities for students and faculty. Details found here .
 
Why study religion? An understanding of the world’s religious traditions is crucial in helping us to appreciate not just the varied forms of belief and practice that we encounter at home, abroad and in the media, but also the influence that religion has on world affairs. This course offers an introduction to the study of religions, and in particular to six major religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, including the various roles of their founders and leaders, ...
 
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With DCI's Spring 2021 interns finalized after a one-month probation period, the podcast team is proud to announce our newest members: Wesley Chen, Kylie Ha, Nicole Nie, Angela Ren, and Chloe Wong! They give a brief introduction of themselves, and some of their reasons for joining the DCI Podcast Team! In addition Wesley Chen and our new podcast co…
 
On University of Redlands Week: Are student travel videos giving the wrong impression? Kelly Hankin, professor of film studies, discusses a new trend in the study abroad industry. KELLY HANKIN is a professor of film studies in the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands in California. She is the author of Documenting t…
 
Talking about strategies and initiatives to make study abroad and global learning more sustainable for the future with Karen McBride of Bound International. Ready to launch your career in study abroad? Download our free Global Career Roadmap >> https://insidestudyabroad.com/roadmap SOURCES + RESOURCES MENTIONED: Global Pro Labs: https://insidestudy…
 
Latasha Moore went from waiting anxiously to finding out if she qualified for a study abroad program to applying for her first bilingual job, and finally starting her own business. In our conversation, we talk about: What qualifications you really need to work abroad (*spoiler alert: you DON'T need to pass any difficult exams to do it) How cultural…
 
Liam is an SENr-registered Sport and Exercise Nutritionist (Graduate), having completed his undergraduate degree in BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science at Sheffield Hallam University and MSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition at Leeds Beckett University. He has now relocated and enrolled in a PhD in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Quee…
 
http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/podcast/absolutely_intercultural_show_260.mp3 Hello and welcome to show 260 of our podcast “Absolutely Intercultural”. Today we talk about different cultures of motivation. Can it be true that in our globalized world we still stick to our culturally determined motivation strategies? Our interviewees report ab…
 
http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/podcast/absolutely_intercultural_show_260.mp3 Hello and welcome to show 260 of our podcast “Absolutely Intercultural”. Today we talk about different cultures of motivation. Can it be true that in our globalized world we still stick to our culturally determined motivation strategies? Our interviewees report ab…
 
On Spelman College Week: Black Union widows had trouble claiming benefits after the Civil War. Brandi Brimmer, associate professor in the department of history, discusses their post-war battle. I am a historian of slavery and emancipation interested in how Black people assert themselves in legal systems and within government agencies. My first book…
 
On Spelman College Week: How we perceive colors can have a big impact. Myra Greene, professor in the department of art and visual culture, explains this statement visually. Greene uses a diverse photographic practice and fabric manipulations to explore representations of race. Greene is currently working on a new body of work that uses African text…
 
Thank you so much to Imogen for sharing her story with us. We appreciate you. Thank you to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ If you enjoy our show, be sure to subscribe to us. We'd really appreciate a rating and a review. Email…
 
Rafael is originally from Brazil and decided to go to New Zealand for a year to learn English for better opportunities in his country. He quit his job and, with some friends, went to New Zealand. Rafael left Brazil without a visa and just a bit of money. He soon managed to find a job that would sponsor him so he could make some money and stay longe…
 
On Spelman College Week: No parent likes a toddler with a drum set. Karen Brakke, professor in the department of psychology, examines the development of motor skills in toddlers. Karen Brakke, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology. She has also served as chair of psychology (2008-2014) and as special assistant to the Provo…
 
Katrina is a Ph.D. student based at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. She's enrolled in a centre for doctoral training that combines medical research with business studies at the University of Edinburgh. She uses new microscopy techniques to study the pancreas and is interested in treating type one diabetes with cell replacement therapy.…
 
Adalia Aborisade is not your typical expat. She left the US in 2016 and moved with her daughter and dog to Honduras. She has since settled in Mexico City, opting to retire to city life instead of white sand beaches. In our conversation, Adalia shares her experiences living abroad while Black, including: ✔️ what happened when she had to interact wit…
 
On Spelman College Week: Black women majoring in math can feel very isolated. Viveka Brown, associate professor in the department of mathematics, explores why. Viveka Borum Brown, Ph.D. has been teaching and tutoring mathematics since 2000. Her primary research focus looks at various equity issues in mathematics. In particular, she explores issues …
 
There's something about the glamour of working for an airline - not only in the skies, but on the ground and behind the scenes as well. Today we're speaking with Jolie Duhon who after a career in Hospitality in Las Vegas decided it was time to stretch outside of her industry to gain more insights into other areas of business. She joined Duke Univer…
 
Mainstreet Politics with State Representative Daniel Bonham (R-The Dalles) offers a window into the politics, procedures and personalities that dominate the Capitol in Salem, OR. Our latest podcast is with Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward (D- NW Portland/Beaverton).By State Representative Daniel Bonham
 
This week Mike is joined by Mireya Solis, director of the Center for East Asia Policy Studies, Philip Knight Chair in Japan Studies, and a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings, to discuss the regional trade architecture of the Asia-Pacific. The two start off by analyzing the geopolitical significance of RCEP and CPTPP, and what …
 
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On Spelman College Week: Do the media impact the startup economy? Angelino Viceisza, associate professor in the department of economics, looks into the shark tank to find out. Dr. Angelino Viceisza is an associate professor of economics at Spelman College, a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), and a board member o…
 
On the 5th episode of Current Events, Al goes over the concept of “Cancel Culture” by highlighting a recent news story. About a week ago or so, actress and former MMA fighter Gina Carano was fired from the hit TV show “The Mandalorian” for making questionable comments on social media. So what is “Cancel Culture” and how does Gina’s story fit in? We…
 
In this episode of Sounds Strategic, Meia Nouwens is joined by Fenella McGerty, Senior Fellow for Defence Economics, and Henry Boyd, Research Fellow for Defence and Military Analysis, to discuss the global defence developments identified in the latest edition of The Military Balance. To mark the publication of The Military Balance 2021, launching t…
 
On University of Redlands Week: Women journalists have faced many questions about their legitimacy. Today on The Academic Minute: Kathy Feeley, professor of history, describes how one group of women journalists fought through. Kathy Feeley is Associate Dean, Professor of History, and Director of the Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors Program at the …
 
Anyone with information related to Corinna Slusser's whereabouts is urged to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or online at tips.fbi.gov, or the NYPD at 800-577-TIPS. https://sharedhope.org/takeaction/report-trafficking/ Thank you to Best Fiends for supporting this episode! Download Best Fiends for free on the Apple or Android App Store! https://be…
 
On University of Redlands Week: More powerful brain scans can lead to changes in declarations of brain death. Tim Seiber, associate professor of science and media studies, takes a look inside our heads for more. Tim’s primary interests are in the history of media and visualization, especially as it pertains to scientific and medical image-making fr…
 
En este episodio, regresa Kesia Sosa para compartirnos como se celebra el día de la independencia en la República Dominicana. Ella explica un poquito sobre la historia de República Dominicana y la relación complicada entre el país y su vecino Haiti que comparten la misma isla. Escucha temporada 2 del podcast Dominican Spanish 101 at dominicanspanis…
 
On University of Redlands Week: The pandemic has brought the ties between health and social inequalities to the fore. Jennifer Nelson, professor of women, gender, and sexuality studies, shows that these links are not new. Dr. Jennifer Nelson is a United States historian with an emphasis in women’s history. Her dissertation became her first book, Wo…
 
On today's Modern MBA podcast, a sponsored collaboration with MBAGRADSCHOOLS.com, we speak to Govinda Prasad. After 10 years with the Indian Army, in 2020 Govinda joined Copenhagen Business School to transition his career into the Corporate World. He shares with us the skills and values he learned during his time in the army; advice for fellow mili…
 
On University of Redlands Week: Divorce is not pleasant, but can be beneficial. Jessie Hewitt, assistant professor of history, looks into madness and marriage in a historical context. Jessie Hewitt teaches modern European history, with a special focus on gender, disability, medicine, and culture. Jessie’s articles on the history of French psychiatr…
 
Ashlee is originally from the United States. In her early 20s, she decided that she wanted to move to a new country to start fresh without her family's pressure. Her way to move abroad was through an Au pair experience in Paris, France. She wanted to learn French, and she found a family host that was right for her. She liked it so much that she Au …
 
On the 17th episode of the AudioBLOG, we go over the following Blog post: How to Give Your Opinion: Version 2.0 Everyone has opinions, right? But does everyone know how to express their opinions clearly and accurately? In this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, Al goes over 4 different ways you can give your opinion with examples and action steps …
 
On University at Albany Week: Do you trust artificial intelligence? Theresa Pardo, full research professor, examines the avenues to helping people trust computer intelligence. Theresa A. Pardo, Ph.D. serves as Director of the Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, State University of New York (CTG UAlbany). Dr. Pardo also serves…
 
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