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Best University Of Pennsylvania podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best University Of Pennsylvania podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Practicing Human is a daily podcast, hosted by Cory Muscara, offering insights and practices into how to live a fulfilling life. Cory pulls on his time living as a Buddhist monk in Burma, his many years as a mindfulness and meditation teacher, and his work in Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
The official podcast of University of Pennsylvania Career Services. Every Monday during the school year, your hosts A. Mylène Kerschner and J. Michael DeAngelis discuss a different topic from the world of career services.
 
Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
I'm creating podcast episodes offering practical wisdom for everyday life -- solutions to modern human concerns -- informed by the ancient philosophical school of Stoicism popularized by thinkers including Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius. Improve your quality of life by implementing a strong mental framework informed by Stoic Philosophy! I explore topics such as gratitude; acceptance; overcoming adversity; finding meaning in life; moderation; dealing with change; friendship; lonelines ...
 
Welcome to the Global Cable, a brand new podcast at Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania. In it, we discuss the world's most pressing challenges and the people who work on them! You should listen to this show if you: - Find foreign affairs and international politics interesting. - Want great career advice from experts. - Want to sound smart at your next dinner party.
 
Hosts Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research at WisdomTree and Wharton finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, author of Stocks for the Long Run, discuss the how and why of market performance with leading economists and market strategists to inform you what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio. Jeremy Schwartz oversees research across the WisdomTree equity index family. Prior to joining WisdomTree, Jeremy was Professor Jeremy Siegel's head research assistant and helped with the research and wr ...
 
Kristen R. Ghodsee reads and discusses 47 selections from the works of Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952), a socialist women's activist who had radical ideas about the intersections of socialism and women's emancipation. Born into aristocratic privilege, the Russian Kollontai was initially a member of the Mensheviks before she joined Lenin and the Bolsheviks and became an important revolutionary figure during the 1917 Russian Revolution. Kollontai was a socialist theorist of women’s emancipatio ...
 
Ravindra Svarupa Dasa (William H. Deadwyler, III) is an initiated disciple of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada who is the Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Ravindra Svarupa Dasa received a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1966 and a Ph.D. in Religion from Temple University in 1980. In 1971 he became an initiated disciple of Srila Prabhupada. In his decades of service to ISKCON, he has served as t ...
 
Since its founding in 1992 within the School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, the Center for the Advanced Study (CASI) has continued to uphold Penn's global reputation as a leading U.S. institution of research in South Asian studies and scholarship on India. CASI's goals are to engage in policy-relevant research focused on the challenges facing contemporary India; to nurture students' interest in contemporary India through interactions with Visiting Scholars and opportun ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
"Centre County Report," a weekly newscast produced by students in the College of Communications, airs Friday nights during the academic year on WPSU-TV (Channel 3), the public television station based at Penn State. The program airs in 29 counties in Pennsylvania and southern New York. This is a podcast of each weekly newcast and will be updated after completion of each show.
 
Join music educator and guitarist, Brian Jump, as he explores music philosophy, education, and technology. Jump earned a bachelor’s degree in guitar performance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in music technology from Duquesne University. He teaches a wide range of classes at Community College of Allegheny County including Music Technology, Music History, Class Piano, and History of Jazz. In addition to teaching, Brian performs regularly as a professional pop, c ...
 
Welcome to the Primitive Intelligence Podcast! So, you might ask… what kind of topics are covered during your shows? Well, we’re going to cover all kinds of topics. Expect to hear us talk about anything from new gadgets and technology to hypothetical theories on time travel… we might go off on a rant about the stray cat that keeps urinating on the basement window or get into a deep philosophical discussion about religions, the origins of life or the state of Pennsylvania’s apparent inability ...
 
Elaine was born in Pennsylvania in 1943. She is a “Distinguished Graduate” of the Philadelphia High School for Girls. When she was older she attended college at the University of California where she was introduced to the Black Panther Party, African Americans members would fight for their rights.She then became the chairwoman in the party. Elaine than became the first woman to lead the Party.
 
Mark Rosenzweig founded SharkNinja, a pioneer in innovative cleaning solutions and smacked household appliances in 1994. Born in Montreal, Canada, Mark comes from a family with a hundred years of business experience. He is a third-generation businessman who has inborn tinker abilities. He is an exceptional innovator, creator, inventor, and entrepreneur. Mark graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts and Psychology. In the same year, he also graduated from ...
 
This show is for people who have — or are curious about owning — any of the birds, snakes or small mammals who are considered exotic pets — from bunnies to iguanas, and parrots to ferrets. Dr. Karen will help you understand the physical requirements of these animals and how to avoid most of the medical problems these pets can develop once you understand the often challenging proper environment and correct diet that are essential to their welfare.Co-host Karen Rosenthal, DVM, MS, has an impre ...
 
Welcome to the Broadband Bunch, a podcast about broadband and how it impacts all of us. Join us to learn about the state of the industry and the latest innovation and trends. Connect with the thought leaders, pioneers and policy makers helping to shape your future through broadband. The Broadband Bunch is brought to you by: ETI Software: www.etisoftware.com The Fiber Broadband Association: www.fiberbroadband.org/
 
Case in Point provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives. Produced by the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
 
A historical novel for children, which tells the story of several months in the life of the then famous Father Farmer, as he traveled a Mass circuit in Pre-Revolutionary, Colonial America. He faced much danger and and adventure, in order to provide the Mass and the Sacraments to Catholics who had not seen a priest in years.Father Farmer was a real life missionary priest during the 1700’s in what is now New England. In 1779 he was appointed as one of the first trustees of the University of Pe ...
 
The Temple University Collaborative's "Collab Chats" is a podcast series focused that introduces listeners to our research and its goal of increasing opportunities for individuals with mental illnesses to live and participate in the community. This podcast features work from the Temple University Collaborative as well as research from other NIDILRR funded Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers. The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion for Individuals with Psychiatric ...
 
Zane Grey (Pearl Zane Gray) born in 1872 in Zanesville, Ohio was best known for his western stories, most notably Riders Of The Purple Sage which has been filmed four times, the last in 1996 starring Ed Harris and Amy Madigan. Among his other interests was baseball. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on a baseball scholarship where he earned a degree in dentistry. Grey later played minor league baseball with a team in Wheeling, West Virginia. According to the Internet Movie Data Base ...
 
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.
 
A podcast about college, college admissions, and comic relief. Kirk and Drew are college admissions experts and co-founders of AdmitHub.com. They take a new phone call each week in order to help students and parents with their concerns about the college admissions process. Kirk is a former college counselor and admissions officer at Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, and Bowdoin College. Drew is the author of How to Get into (Your) Harvard: and more college admissions advice.
 
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One of the hallmarks of Xi Jinping’s tenure as China’s leader, since 2012, has been the notable strengthening of the state’s coercive architecture, through which it endeavors to control Chinese society. In particular, Xi Jinping’s administration has substantially restructured the legal and institutional frameworks underpinning China’s domestic secu…
 
In this episode, our guest began his journey of connecting others while looking to help a friend who didn't have internet service at his business. Since then, he has for the better part of two decades of guided the growth of Wisper ISP into a fixed wireless, now serving portions of Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. He's a former member of t…
 
In this episode, we discuss how to reflect on past difficult events to find the learning and growth that they offered us, and then to use that reflection to cultivate hope for a positive future, ultimately changing our relationship to the present moment. As always, if you'd like to get free access to my resource library, including guided meditation…
 
Show from 5/29/20 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel opens the show saying people shouldn't be surprised by the current bull market because the money from the Fed was bound to find its way into equity markets. Professor Siegel also discusses uncertainty regarding international trade and developments on the virus front with Liqian Ren. Then hos…
 
A core tenet of mindfulness and meditation is that each moment is a new beginning, a new opportunity to start fresh. Of course, this is easier said than done, or easier understood than embodied. In this episode, we'll discuss how to really understand this truth so you can start to live with greater freedom and opportunity. As always, if you'd like …
 
As states, districts and health departments begin planning to reopen schools in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, stakeholders are being encouraged to prepare for multiple scenarios and a variety of challenges faced by students, staff and local communities. A new set of planning considerations - released this month by the American Academy of Pedia…
 
In this episode, we speak with Brian Snider, the CEO of Lit Communities. Brian walks us through the mission and the origin of Lit Communities. He helps us understand how he's working with municipalities to think differently about network approaches, the value of broadband and funding for broadband initiatives. He explains a little bit about the par…
 
The process of growth holds a paradox. In one sense, you're ok exactly as you are. In another sense, you may need to make some changes to your life. In this episode, we'll discuss how to hold these two realities in our path of personal and spiritual growth. As always, if you'd like to get free access to my resource library, including guided meditat…
 
In this episode, we discuss the typical trajectory of the creative process in six steps. Every person is a creative in their own unique way, whether it's in business, art, parenting, or being in relationship. And if you've ever struggled with the creative process, I think you'll enjoy what we discuss here. Also, we discuss a new way that I'm sharin…
 
In today's episode, we speak with Will Mitchell, the CEO and co-founder of VETRO FiberMap. Will explains geospatial or map-based analytics, he helps us understand why the telecommunication is now moving towards map-based information. He explains how network operators can benefit from intelligent broadband and fiber maps. We talk about post-COVID an…
 
An economist looks at how economic worries, and political ideology, have made carbon taxes a tough sell. --- Economists generally agree that the most efficient way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions that cause global warming is by putting a price on carbon in the form of a carbon tax. Consumers, though, can tend see things differently. The idea of …
 
Kristen R. Ghodsee introduces Alexandra Kollontai's 1923 novella, Red Love (full text available at marxists.org) and reads the Foreword to the 1927 English language edition. Also mentioned in the episode is Sally Rooney's novel, Normal People. _______ "This novel is neither a study in “morals,” nor a picture of the standard of life in Soviet Russia…
 
Show from 5/22/20 Host Jeremy Schwartz talks to an expert in high yield credit markets, Randy Parrish. They get into to pace of reopening the economy, the re-engagement of consumers, and liquidity vs solvency issues. Plus, according to Parrish, there has already been a lot damage to corporate debt markets with default rates ticking up. Guest: Randy…
 
Show from 5/22/20 Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel bring on a special guest, the President and CEO of the Bank of Richmond Tom Barkin. They start off the show discussing the potential outcomes of reopening the economy with no vaccine or treatment available. Then they discuss the importance of liquidity and the risk …
 
Republican Mike Turzai represented the 28th state house District for nearly two decades before announcing his plans to retire at the end of this year. None of the three Republicans vying for his North Hills seat would have the same legislative clout as Turzai, the outgoing Speaker of the House. But they still believe they can help guide the state t…
 
Show from 5/21/20 Jeremy Schwartz talks to his WisdomTree colleagues about the international response to COVID-19. They start the show discussing Japan's low numbers of Coronavirus cases and their economy's excess demand for labor. CEO of WisdomTree Japan Jesper Koll explains that COVID-19 is actually changing cultural behavior in Japanese corporat…
 
A new survey of teachers and district leaders finds that COVID-19-related school closures have had significant impacts on student engagement, truancy, morale and educational equity. The survey - the latest in a series conducted by the Ed Week Research Center since March - also offers a window into district officials' plans for reopening in the 2020…
 
In this episode, we speak with Josh Seidemann, Vice President of Policy at NTCA, the Rural Broadband Association. Josh explains NTCA's role in supporting rural broadband service providers as well as helping state and federal policymakers understand the importance of high-quality broadband across the nation. We dig into the COVID crisis and its impa…
 
Wharton Assistant Professor of Marketing Sheri Melumad discusses her new research that shows people are more willing to share information when they do it over their smartphones, how that can provide valuable information for marketers, and how it might be applied to Covid-19 contact tracing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Show from 5/15/20 Hosts Jeremy Schwartz, Liqian Ren, and Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel start off the show with market news discussing everything from the fear of more trade wars with China and stimulus packages to drops in tax revenue. Then Jeremy Schwartz talks to experts in the bitcoin cryptocurrency space. They discuss the wealth manag…
 
This week, Season 3 of The Global Cable comes to a close. Our final conversation of the 2019-20 academic year is with Michael Horowitz, Professor of Political Science and incoming Director at Perry World House. In this episode, Michael talks to us about what COVID-19 means for great power competition and global politics; whether war could be a like…
 
In this episode, we explore why the things that most frustrate you about yourself (or frustrate others about you) may also be linked to what you and others most appreciate about you. As always, if you'd like to get free access to my resource library, including guided meditations, book recommendations, app recommendations, and more, text your email …
 
Universal prekindergarten programs, which offer free enrollment for most or all age-eligible children in a city or state, have been expanding in the U.S. in recent years. Few studies, however, have examined which families do – and which families don’t – apply to them. A recent study of thousands of Boston students, coauthored by the University of M…
 
In this episode, Nathan Stooke, founder and CEO of Wisper ISP. He shares his journey from helping a friend who didn't have internet service to guiding Wisper ISP's growth as a fixed wireless leader in four States. A former member of the US national swim team and founding member of the Dyslexic Advantage Board, Nathan now serves as chairman of the b…
 
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