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Best University Of Texas At Austin podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best University Of Texas At Austin podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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15 Minute History is a history podcast designed for historians, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. This is a joint project of Hemispheres, the international outreach consortium at the University of Texas at Austin, and Not Even Past, a website with articles on a wide variety of historical issues, produced by the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin. This podcast series is devoted to short, accessible discussions of important topics in world history, United States history, and ...
 
Point of Discovery takes you on a journey behind the front lines of science, where you'll meet the brilliant, quirky scientists who make the magic happen. Our stories are driven by curiosity. How much of our DNA do we share with yeast? How do our brains block out noise at a party so that we can focus on just one person speaking? How do you study a terrible disease-causing bacteria that turns mild-mannered in the lab? Come discover the answers with us. Music by: Poddington Bear. Learn more at ...
 
A proud member of the HC Universal Network Family of podcasts, JonBownePolitix is your source for: NEWS, MUSIC, FILM, POLITICS, CULTURE and INFORMATION from Austin, Texas and around the Globe. We also feature original, independent reports We're posting daily playlists with a few of the best content creators on YouTube, local, national and international news and a few fun surprises that we think you'll enjoy! Currently, the only way to support JonBownePolitix's independent journalism is throu ...
 
Matters of money can be difficult to understand, especially if you lack the experience doing so. But financial success is just within reach—if you know where to look for help. Welcome to The Dollar Diva with Debbie. Your host, Debbie Bloyd, wants you to find your path to financial stability. Pulling on her vast experience within the industry, she helps you find the best ways to invest money and save money. Debbie Bloyd has over 24 years in the finance industry, which has equipper her with th ...
 
The British Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin was created in 1975. For more than thirty years the program has sponsored public lectures in English literature, history, and government, and has conducted a weekly seminar called the Faculty Seminar on British Studies that includes faculty members, graduate students, undergraduates, and members of the Austin community.
 
Français Interactif is an online French course from the University of Texas at Austin with a CC By license. It has been funded and created by Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services at the University of Texas, and is currently supported by COERLL, the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning UT-Austin, and the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE Grant P116B070251) as an example of the open access initiative.
 
A data-driven conversation on the economic issues of today. In this series, we invite guests into our studio to provide a highlight of their work presented during a visit to the University of Texas at Austin. Policy@McCombs is produced by the Center for Enterprise & Policy Analytics, co-hosted by Executive Director, Carlos Carvalho, and Managing Director, Mario Villarreal.
 
Radio Arlecchino provides mp3 podcast lessons that illustrate specific Italian grammar points. Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of Arlecchino, Pulcinella, and other masks of the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Radio Arlecchino is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/ra/
 
Tá Falado provides Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation lessons for speakers of Spanish. Podcasts illustrate pronunciation differences between Spanish and Portuguese and present scenarios showing cultural differences between the U.S. and Brazil. Tá Falado is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/tafalado/
 
Dialectica Radio examines the civic, political, and economic issues that matter to us all on global, national, and local levels. Dialectica is brought to you by students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, is broadcast live on Mondays at 7:00 PM CST over the air and internet by KVRX Austin 91.7 FM Student Radio, and is produced in partnership with the LBJ Journal of Public Affairs.
 
The mission of the TEX Talks Podcast and Speaker Series is to identify, capture, and share the entrepreneurial spirit that surrounds the University of Texas at Austin and its community. Entrepreneurs share their stories with students to help inspire the leaders of tomorrow, and then we share with others to enjoy via podcast and video formats. Talks will feature leaders in all entrepreneurial backgrounds including CPGs, Fintech, SaaS, medicine, energy, music, education, and others that are ch ...
 
Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
This series is designed to help you learn the basic vocabulary of Hindi. It is based on the vocabulary introduced in Teach Yourself Hindi; but can be used independently of any book, and should be useful for anyone beginning to learn Hindi. We give the Hindi equivalents for common English words and expressions, show how they can be used in context, and drill some of them. The idea is simply to make the words come alive as you hear them pronounced; you’ll also pick up some useful phrases, and ...
 
The Humanities Media Project brings stories from the past and the present to help us better understand where the future of humanities will lead to. Graduate students from the University of Texas at Austin present research projects as accessible and intriguing stories, showing how disparate topics interconnect in unseen and surprising ways.
 
Sound as a Medium is a podcast with topical episodes made up of pieces created by students in the class Sound as a Medium at The University of Texas at Austin. The featured pieces cross the spectrum from music concrete to old time radio drama, from improvised fiction to traditional documentary. The full episodes will feature sound pieces only, with special video additions available at http://soundasamedium.wordpress.com.
 
Policy on Purpose is a podcast from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. Host Angela Evans, dean of the LBJ School, will dive into real-world and timely policy topics with leading experts from the school as well as the policy world at large. These conversations will deliver deep insight into today’s challenges in public policy and foreign affairs.
 
This work is O. Henry's first published volume and is considered to be his only novel. The plot is composed of several short stories, which were inspired by the author's six-month stay in Honduras in the late 1890s. "The incidents embracing as they do, a variety of subjects, hang loosely together, so loosely in fact, that at times one finds no apparent connection between them at all, and yet in the end one sees how each is intimately related to the other. ...Written by a less able hand than ...
 
This video podcast series presents basic information to teachers on how to set-up and use the equipment mentioned in the Get Your Physics On! lessons and activities. http://www.thetrc.org/web/physics.htmlThere are sixteen episodes that are included and they each incorporate the equipment specified in the Physics TEKS 2F and 2G.
 
In Brazil, the term língua da gente (literally 'language of the people') refers to the way that people actually talk in everyday speech. And that, in essence, is the object behind this series. We hope to provide practical lessons that demonstrate how people really speak, and we do this by presenting brief, slice-of-life dialogs, which focus on some daily situation, scenario, or task that we encounter every day.
 
This series features full-length, edited interviews with members of the applied mechanics and engineering science research community covering their careers and research areas of interest. The podcasts are created by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and hosted by Harry Dankowicz, Editor of Applied Mechanics Reviews and Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
Wealth Building, Passive Income, Business Systems and Models, Keller Williams Realty, Careers worth having, Business worth owning, Life's worth living Scott Crouch brings it all togetherCrouch began his life as an abandoned baby. Today, he is a successful real estate entrepreneur, directly involved with the sale of millions of dollars of real estate throughout Arizona, California, and Hawaii. In 1966, he was adopted by Don and Marilyn Crouch and was raised in south Phoenix. After graduating ...
 
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Most people believe that finding success means finding happiness, but tend to miss that finding happiness first means finding success in everything. Whether that’s financial success, or success in any other aspect of your life, happiness has to come first. “Dollar Diva” Debbie Bloyd covers why being happy should come first before looking for succes…
 
There are a lot of uncertainties in life, and people can only prepare so much—whether it be a retirement plan, a well laid-out financial plan for stability and success, or preparing for the worst with disability insurance. Debbie Bloyd goes into the details of working with the right people and how to find them to make sure your future is in good ha…
 
Most people think that insurance is just something that gives you money in return if something happens. Looking deeper into its technicalities, you can understand how it can be a protection for you and your family by taking advantage of its different types along with its different policies. Debbie Bloyd then talks about the information you should b…
 
On Jon Bowne Politix 37 I'll talk with Dan Bidondi about the empty Hospitals in the northeast, Bible prophecy, and the recent UFO footage released by the Navy. Followed by a smattering of current madness including the City Council of San Antonio Texas attack on free speech. Joe Biden's Sexual Assault clown show. And the vulnerability of the America…
 
Have you ever thought about how much happier life would be if you didn’t have to worry about what will happen tomorrow? With the right planning and preparation, it’s not that impossible. In this episode, Debbie Bloyd shares some habits you can adopt in order to be happier each day, one step at a time. She also discusses an important topic that ever…
 
Welcome back to Jon Bowne Politix, this is episode number 36 and I apologize for the absence. But juggling everything and throwing the proverbial pandemic wrench in the mix got me a little off kilter scheduling wise. And as an olive branch to my listeners. I am now offering my platform to you. So to begin that mission. I recruited a patriot I follo…
 
Can we simulate life — in all its messy complexity and at the scale of each individual atom — in a computer? Even the most powerful supercomputers today can only simulate a tiny portion of a single living cell for a few nanoseconds. Carlos Baiz is a biochemist at the University of Texas at Austin who says it might someday be possible to simulate an…
 
Dive into a jam-packed episode on financial planning as Debbie Bloyd discusses four different topics that will have you prepare for a brighter and worry-free future. First on the agenda is budgeting, where she dives into some of the best ways to plan and stick to your budget. Second, Debbie explains what makes a millionaire, going further to tell y…
 
In this time of enormous global change, many people have referred to what we are experiencing as our “new normal.” Charles R. Martinez, Jr., dean of the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin, explains why he challenges the use of that phrase, how the pandemic is shining a spotlight on education and health disparities, and how th…
 
Each and every one of us has a plan for our life. What happens when unforeseen events take the wheel and make unwanted changes in our narrative? Business and personal coach, Dr. Kozhi Makai, joins this episode to share his knowledge, experience, and expertise on how it’s still possible to get the most out of these changes. He explains the behavior …
 
Everyone has taken a hit financially, one way or another. In this episode, Debbie Bloyd is joined by Brandon Shultz of Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc. to talk about these trying times for people and the importance of always having a plan B to prepare for the hard and usually unforeseen situations. Brandon and Debbie dive into the current need…
 
Business and demand are not going to stay the same way as it has been. Steve Tinkle, CEO and Founder of Morpha Consulting, joins Debbie Bloyd to talk about the changing marketplace and the opportunity for small businesses to serve the market and the new demand. Steve dives into the importance of knowing your business and what customers need from yo…
 
When the news channels are on a 24-hour cycle, it’s hard to keep our emotions in check. In this episode, Debbie Bloyd talks about how headlines are going to lead you down the wrong path and affect your finances. When the market goes down, you should not get your money out. Learn why you should put money in instead of out and the importance of maint…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting us hard, there is a lot of apprehension about what might be next for the economy. In these uncertain times, it pays a lot to protect our assets, especially for people who are on their way to retirement. Joining Debbie Bloyd in this episode is Al Caicedo, the President of CKS Summit Group. Al and Debbie talk about …
 
Daily life has changed for many of us due to the coronavirus pandemic. During this unusual time, when it’s harder to connect physically with important people in our lives, it can be helpful to step back and spend a little time thinking about the things that still bind us together, like the wonder of the natural world and the hope that scientists of…
 
In the age of coronavirus and COVID-19, comparisons are being made to an unusually long-lived and virulent epidemic of influenza that occurred a century ago. The so-called “Spanish” flu went around the world in three waves, claiming more than fifty million lives–more than perished in the just-ended First World War. What was the Spanish flu? Why was…
 
Paula Marantz Cohen DREXEL UNIVERSITY How can decline in enrollments in the humanities be explained? Nationwide in recent years estimates of the drop in liberal arts majors range from one-fourth to one-third of those in English, history, government, philosophy and other traditional subjects. English departments have been hit especially hard. One st…
 
Aaron Pratt HARRY RANSOM CENTER Before the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio in 1623 and the efforts of subsequent editors and critics, England’s printed playbooks were considered “riff raff,” connected more with the world of London’s popular theaters than with what we might think of as “capital-L” Literature. Or so we have been told. This l…
 
Tancred Bradshaw LONDON One of the surprises of Britain’s withdrawal from the Middle East was the successful creation of the United Arab Emirates in 1971. Tancred Bradshaw will discuss the critical role played by Sir William Luce, previously Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Aden Colony, in that transition. Luce was responsible for establishin…
 
Philip Goad is the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Visiting Professor of Australian Studies (AY2019-20) at Harvard University and Chair of Architecture and Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor at the University of Melbourne. He was trained as an architect and gained his PhD in architectural history at the University of Melbourne where he has taug…
 
Thomas Ricks NEW YORK TIMES If the best measure of a general is the ability to grasp the nature of the war he faces, and then to make adjustments, George Washington was one of the greatest the United States ever had. This is not perceived even today because he had few victories during the entire War for Independence. But it was not a war that would…
 
Speaker – David Leal, Nuffield College, Oxford P.G. Wodehouse was England’s greatest comic writer. His new memorial at Westminster Abbey celebrates his achievements as “Humorist, Novelist, Playwright, Lyricist.” He continues to be widely read and written about. Wodehouse is best known for creating sunny fictional worlds into which we can escape, ye…
 
If you've been listening to our podcast for a while, you probably have noticed that we haven't had a new episode for a few months. We’ve taken that time to step back and reflect on our show, both what has changed over the last few years (we’re now in our fifth year of production – yay!) and where we're going in the future. In this month’s episode, …
 
Speaker – Allen Packwood, Churchill College, Cambridge Allen Packwood will use his knowledge of the Churchill Papers, held at Churchill College, Cambridge, to analyze the contents of Churchill’s despatch boxes. He will go behind the iconic image and the famous oratory to look in detail at Churchill’s leadership and shed light on how the Prime Minis…
 
Speaker – Philippa Levine Diverse institutions have attempted to order and to organize, to regulate and to banish, to promote and to sell nakedness. Focusing on religion’s always ambivalent relationship with the human body, this talk explores a cultural history with surprisingly powerful contemporary resonance. Philippa Levine holds the Walter Pres…
 
Michael Munger joins us this episode to discuss whether or not capitalism is sustainable. Professor Munger received his Ph.D. in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis in 1984. Following his graduate training, he worked as a staff economist at the Federal Trade Commission. His first teaching job was in the Economics Department at Dartmouth…
 
Speaker – Janine Barchas In the nineteenth century, inexpensive editions of Jane Austen’s novels were made available to Britain’s working classes. They were sold at railway stations, traded for soap wrappers, and awarded as school prizes. At pennies a copy, these reprints were some of the earliest mass-market paperbacks, with Austen’s stories squee…
 
Speaker – Michael J. Birkner, Gettysburg College This lecture is about journalists based in Australia practicing their craft in 1942, when the prospect of a Japanese invasion was impending. How did professional standards compare with daily practice? Most information came from official sources, and draft articles had to run the gantlet of military c…
 
Special Education has re-energized its Concentration in Equity and Diversity. The program explores the intersections of disability, race, ethnicity, language, social class, nationality, gender, and sexuality in education and society. Listen in as Associate Professor Audrey Sorrels and Assistant Professor North Cooc, who lead the initiative, discuss…
 
Speaker – Gwyn Daniel OXFORD In many of his plays, Shakespeare deals with profound political questions that have continuing relevance for the contemporary world. His tragedies often have a family drama at their heart. They include conflicts between personal and family loyalties, on the one hand, and on the other the demands of realpolitik. In Macbe…
 
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