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Jason Jemera is a child of Filipino immigrants raised amidst Bay Area violence and is a current UPENN Psychiatric Mental Health NP-candidate in Philly, who is bridging the gap between his background in clinical nursing and evidence-based science with his passion for social justice and community advocacy. Mental health is not one-size-fits-all. We each have different backgrounds, cultures, professions, disabilities, traumas, triumphs, and other identities that build our individual life storie ...
 
Three of The Daily Pennsylvanian’s most sports-crazed sportswriters, Marc Margolis, Sam Mitchell, and Carter Thompson, deliver hot takes and deep insights on everything Penn athletics and beyond. By reviewing the action from the past weekend and previewing upcoming match-ups, they put their sports knowledge, or lack thereof, to the test.
 
Quite Frankly is a podcast about the the University of Pennsylvania, its students, higher education and Philadelphia. Each episode examines a specific topic in depth, highlighting first-hand student perspectives, administrative input and commentary from experts. Whether you’re a student, professor, alumnus, administrator, parent, or Philadelphian, tune in. Quite Frankly is presented by the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s independent, student-run newspaper.
 
Augmented Humanity is produced by the New Mexico Humanities Council in partnership with KUNM. Our guests on this show are modern explorers working at the intersection of technology and the humanities who help us to understand ourselves and the worlds we create in this digital age. They are thinkers, creators, makers and academics, all working in diverse fields. Together we discuss what we can understand about ourselves and others with the use of this technology; how the technology changes us ...
 
Career Coach Tiffany Franklin reveals the latest tips and best practices to help you have an effective and efficient job search that will lead to more job offers and career opportunities. Whether you are still in college, striving for your first promotion, or an experienced executive aiming for the C-suite, Tiffany will show you how to market yourself into a better career. Discover how to articulate the value you will deliver employers and capture the attention of recruiters/hiring managers ...
 
Goodman and Moynihan report each week on the people and places caught in the middle, the ones most directly affected by policy debates, war and social issues. The column breaks through the glib clichés, dogmatic language and overall static that has permeated mainstream media coverage. Goodman and Moynihan’s unrestrained commentary from the front lines resonates with a generation that has an uncanny ability to spot the inauthentic in any discourse. The energy and passion for the truth found i ...
 
PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
 
In The Cut is a podcast for people finding their way at Penn who don't subscribe to the mainstream culture. Part comedy, part real talk, we'll keep you up to date on interesting overlooked things going on around campus, around philly, or in the pop culture trends we're following. We'll also be interviewing some cool guests from different enclave communities around Penn to learn more about their worlds.
 
Hear from Harvard graduates, Olympiad medalists, charity founders, science fair winners, college admission experts and more. We get their practical tips and advice so you can do the same. This podcast is powered by Crimson Education - visit crimsoneducation.org to learn how to apply to the world’s top universities and create your own extraordinary extracurriculars.
 
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São Paulo student, Gui, has a standout extracurricular profile any engineering student would be proud of. In this episode, he gives us an insight into how he showcased his passion for engineering and gained admission to the prestigious M&T program at UPenn as well as getting into Yale, Columbia, Georgia Tech and more. He also talks about the suppor…
 
On this program we’re talking with Julie Napolin , who helped create the Price Lab podcast, and with Sarah Milinski, the Price Lab program manager and podcast producer. Price Lab Podcast is a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques that are transforming the humanities in the 21st century…
 
Legendary whistleblower Dan Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers fifty years ago, a courageous act of truth-telling for which he later faced life in prison. He hasn’t stopped since. Last May, just weeks after turning 90 years old, Ellsberg made yet another disclosure of classified national security information. He was speaking on a panel at the Univ…
 
*Trigger Warning for Suicide.* Inspired to make a difference in the lack of mental health resources that were available to her daughter, Kim switched careers from corporate to Psych NP, now serving as the psychiatric inpatient consult liaison lead of a hospital.By Jason Jemera
 
The world of online business and content-creation has evolved so much over the last decade, and today we are joined by someone who has ridden this wave to success, building a uniquely personal and strong brand along the way. Courtney Whitmore is the brain and heart behind Pizzazzerie, a lifestyle and food blog, that has branched out into so much mo…
 
In today’s episode of Job Search Strategies, we talk about getting into (and out of) grad school with Dr. Jeanne Stanley, the Executive Director of Grad School Coaching. She has worked with prospective graduate students for over three decades to help them successfully meet their academic goals, working with clients in selecting and applying for gra…
 
As rewarding as finding the ideal career within a startup company can be, it takes motivation and drive to get the right job. How do you find a job at a company that may only have between five and 50 team members and no recruiting budget to speak of? Well, today’s guest is uniquely qualified to answer that question! Tarek Pertew is the Cofounder of…
 
Effective networking plays a key role in not just our career success but our journey toward becoming more dynamic people. Because of the stakes involved in networking, this activity can be stressful, but today we have Lauren Obersteadt and Sarah Whitney Anderson join us to help us learn how to manage it while becoming more skillful too. Lauren is t…
 
If you have a job interview lined up, congratulations! That means your resume is doing its job. You think you’ve done all the necessary prep work, but are you ready to knock it out of the park? In today’s episode of Job Search Strategies, I dive into the best ways to prepare for job interviews, whether you have a day to prepare or you sent in appli…
 
Achieving diversity and inclusion in educational institutions and workplaces is not easy, but it is a goal which we should all be collectively working towards, whether we are an employer or employee, student or teacher. On today’s show, we are joined by Jamie Joshua, a lawyer by profession who is the director of Cornell Johnson’s Office of Diversit…
 
Career centers at universities are such powerful resources and it should never be underestimated just how much utility they can offer students. Here to talk about how you can maximize this potential in the early stages of your career explorations, is Dr. Barbara Hewitt, who is the Executive Director of Career Services at the University of Pennsylva…
 
Here to share some great wisdom about the important moments that can define progress and success is Zachery Jones! Zachery is currently the Vice President of Labor Relations for United and has led a truly inspiring professional life. He talks about the choice he made about what he wanted to achieve by the age of 30 and how he maintained this focuse…
 
On this program we’re talking with Julie Napolin , who helped create the Price Lab podcast, and with Sarah Milinski, the Price Lab program manager and podcast producer. Price Lab Podcast is a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques that are transforming the humanities in the 21st century…
 
The world of online job searches can seem daunting and overwhelming, and with thousands of resume templates at your disposal, it’s difficult to determine which is the best for your purposes. In today’s episode, I share my recruiting experience and years spent overhauling 1,000 + resumes, to outline a detailed breakdown of how to crack the resume co…
 
Recruiting services are a powerful resource in any job search and today we get the inside scoop from master-recruiter, Chris Murdock! Chris is the Chief Sourcing Officer and Co-Founder of IQTalent Partners, and we chat with him about starting the company, the events in his career leading up to it, and the lessons he has learned along the way. Throu…
 
As much as the career landscape and the pursuit of the right job might evolve, there are also some elements of this that remain constant. Here on the show today to talk about some of the most important parts of designing a path that suits you is Dr. Katherine Brooks. Dr. Brooks is currently the Executive Director of the Vanderbilt Career Center, an…
 
Сегодня в гостях Сара Рат, выпускница Назарбаев Университета и Senior IT Manager в P&G в Варшаве. С Сарой мы поговорили об участии в международных конференциях и исследовательских работах во время учебы в НУ и о том, как Сара решила подавать на работу в P&G. Также Сара рассказала о корпоративной культуре в P&G, как она стала Senior IT Manager меньш…
 
Australian high school student, Tim, has always had the entrepreneurial spirit but his latest venture has him and his family co-founders all over the news. Starting in April 2020, the Bubble Tea Club has attracted 30,000 customers and $2M in sales. Tim talks us through all the roles he has filled to now being the CTO, the late nights they spent pac…
 
Welcome to the podcast series which focuses on helping you get the most out of your career! Your host, Tiffany Franklin, has been a passionate career coach for many years. Through this podcast, she aims to democratize the knowledge that she has gained while working in this role, and help more people find their path. In this introductory show, Tiffa…
 
3, 200 and 419. These numbers help explain this moment in the worsening climate crisis. “419” is the latest atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide in parts per million, as reported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA (pronounced “Noah,” just like the Old Testament character who predicted a climate catastrophe and wa…
 
UK student and self proclaimed space nerd, Angelika, recently gained admission to Georgia Tech to study aerospace engineering. Georgia Tech isn't as well known as some other big name colleges but for engineering degrees, it is up there with the very best. Angelika talks through the challenges of the essay, what she learned about asking for feedback…
 
Sophie is heading to MIT, ranked #1 in the world by QS Top Universities. Hailing from Puerto Rico, Sophie shares with us her science focused extracurriculars as well as the role dancing and meditation played in her application. She talks about her SAT, the different essays required by MIT and what role her Crimson team played in helping her to secu…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanYou know the United States is emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic when the pace of mass shootings gets back to “normal.” As of June 2nd, there were 244 mass shootings in the U.S. this year. That’s one to two per day. The place and time of the next of these horrific acts is unknown, but that one will happen is a certai…
 
Australian student, Evina, recently gained admission to Oxford University to study law and can't wait to start her journey. In this episode, she gives some fascinating insights into the interview process and the personal statement, the extracurriculars that helped show admission officers she held a true passion for the law and what career path she …
 
Сегодня в гостях Айдарбек Сулейменов, выпускник Назарбаев Университета и программист в Фэйсбуке. С Айдарбеком мы поговорили о его летних стажировках в Блумберг, о том, как он совмещал учебу и стажировку в Гугл в Лондоне и о том, как проходит его рабочий день в Фейсбук. Айдарбек также рассказал о различиях корпоративной культуры в этих компаниях и п…
 
Meera has undergone rapid personal growth in the past 12 months from spending 12-16 hours a day on her phone to now researching gene editing, getting into competitive summer programs and even having an internship. In Grad 8, Meera shares how she broke her phone addiction, how she conducts scientific research from home and the strategy she used to l…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanOne hundred years ago, Tulsa Oklahoma’s thriving African American neighborhood of Greenwood, known as “Black Wall Street” for its concentration of successful, Black-owned businesses, was burned to the ground by a white mob. The violence grew from a confrontation at the Tulsa courthouse, where whites had been massing t…
 
While many 14-year-olds love to read, Risha has taken it a step further and has two published books and is already working on her third. We chat about where her ideas come from, what Pinterest has to do with it and what it was like to work with an established publisher. Check out Risha on Amazon or connect with her on LinkedIn. Are you wondering ho…
 
We're joined by the artists behind There Must be Other Names for the River -- Dylan McLaughlin, Marisa Demarcoand Jessica Zeglin. This online art installation, hosted by the University of New Mexico Art Museum, guides visitors along the length of the Rio Grande where they hear the songs of singers emerging from points along its 1,800 mile length. V…
 
South African student, Michael, got into Oxford University's prestigious PPE program. Michael spoke with Crimson CEO, Jamie Beaton, about how his experience in debating helped him choose PPE, his crazy exam schedule and more. Are you aiming for top universities like Oxford and want the support of Crimson experts? Request a free consultation with an…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanU.S. taxpayers who want to see their tax dollars at work should look no further than the Gaza Strip, the besieged enclave where 2 million Palestinians live in what former Conservative British Prime Minister David Cameron described as “an open-air prison.” Israel has launched another of its horrific, periodic bombing c…
 
In this episode, we discuss the disparities that Oakland youth and BIPOC students face in the current education system, the implications of mental health in violent neighborhoods, obstacles in these communities, and the pursuit of music careers for young creatives. Rodrael Guadalupe is a singer/song-writer and teacher based in Oakland with a double…
 
We're joined by the artists behind There Must be Other Names for the River -- Dylan McLaughlin, Marisa Demarcoand Jessica Zeglin. This online art installation, hosted by the University of New Mexico Art Museum, guides visitors along the length of the Rio Grande where they hear the songs of singers emerging from points along its 1,800 mile length. V…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanThe January 6th insurrection was one way to try to overthrow democracy: incite a mob to ransack the Capitol and threaten to kill key leaders who dared renounce Donald Trump’s Big Lie that Joe Biden stole the 2020 election. People were killed and injured, public property was damaged, but Congress still counted the Elec…
 
UK student, Wayne, was recently admitted to Duke and UCL among others and has committed to Duke. We talk about his Common App essay of a memory involving ice cream, starting a drone club and a biochemistry ethics debating competition and why he chose Duke. Are you aiming for top colleges like Duke and UCL and want the support of Crimson experts? Re…
 
We're joined by the artists behind There Must be Other Names for the River -- Dylan McLaughlin, Marisa Demarcoand Jessica Zeglin. This online art installation, hosted by the University of New Mexico Art Museum, guides visitors along the length of the Rio Grande where they hear the songs of singers emerging from points along its 1,800 mile length. V…
 
Will's story has been shared around the world but in this episode, he goes into how he set he managed to raise more than $100,000 for local food banks by selling vanilla extract. Learn the steps Will took to launch his organisation, Vanilla Feeds Tomorrow, how he gained traction and what he had to do to manage the spike in growth along with school.…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanPhiladelphia’s racist past resurfaced in recent weeks, with the public disclosure that the bones of one or two African American children killed by the city’s police in 1985 were being used in an online Princeton University course, “Real Bones: Adventures in Forensic Anthropology,” without the knowledge of their famili…
 
Сегодня в гостях Динара Садуакасова, 4ех кратная чемпионка мира по шахматам, посол доброй воли UNICEF и очень разносторонняя девушка с увлекательными хобби. Мы поговорили об ее шахматной карьере и шахматной академии, о проектах UNICEF в Казахстане и важности роли родителей в воспитании детей. Я уверена этот эпизод будет полезен не только студентам …
 
This narrative episode interviews Alyssa Lumba, a first-generation Filipina mother, psych RN, charge nurse, instructor, and mental health advocate. We explore the realities of inpatient psychiatric nursing, involuntary holds, and the tragedy of Angelo Quinto's death by police during his mental health crisis.…
 
Australian student, Oscar, recently gained admission to UPenn's Wharton School, Yale, Cornell and NYU just to name a few. He is joined by his Crimson Education Strategist of 2+ years, Mason, to discuss subject selection, building on extracurriculars, essays and why he chose Wharton over his other options. Are you aiming for top colleges like Wharto…
 
We're joined by the artists behind There Must be Other Names for the River -- Dylan McLaughlin, Marisa Demarcoand Jessica Zeglin. This online art installation, hosted by the University of New Mexico Art Museum, guides visitors along the length of the Rio Grande where they hear the songs of singers emerging from points along its 1,800 mile length.…
 
Australian student and recent Stanford admit, Maggie, is joined by her Crimson strategist and Harvard graduate, George, in discussing Maggie's application including her extracurriculars, scores and essays as well as providing advice for future applicants to top colleges. Are you aiming for top colleges like Stanford and want the support of experts …
 
It's been an absolute pleasure hosting the Top of the Class podcast and it looks like you enjoy it too as we just passed 10,000 downloads! So thank you for your support and to the amazing guests. The show started out with the goal of high achievers sharing their insights and advice for students aspiring to do the same and we hope it's been doing ju…
 
By Amy Goodman & Denis MoynihanAs vaccinations against COVID-19 increase and with the CDC’s recently-released relaxed outdoor masking standards for vaccinated people, the U.S. appears to be inching towards normalcy. Meanwhile, many state legislatures across the country are working to ensure that one aspect of our society does not return to normal —…
 
When you're in high school, a career can feel like a long way off. The reality though is that tech companies like Google, Apple and Microsoft as well as thousands of other companies both big and small are scouting university campuses around the world for the best talent. In this episode, Crimson CEO and podcast co-host, Jamie, shares his insights i…
 
On this program, we're joined by MoniGarr, the founder of MoniGarr.com, a small tech company based in the Akwesasne Indian Reservation. MoniGarr develops XR -- aka extended reality -- solutions and custom software, with a focus on indigenous language revival, futurism and culture. MoniGarr.com MohawkLanguage.ca MoniGarr on Vimeo MoniGarr on LinkedI…
 
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