When Science Speaks

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Ants, Academia, and Industry Transition with Palesa Mothapo, Ph.D.

In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Palesa Mothapo, Ph.D., Head of Postdoctoral Research Support in Stellenbosch University’s Division for Research Development located in Stellenbosch, South Africa’s Western Cape...

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The Introvert Revolution with Jennifer B. Kahweiler, Ph.D.

In Dr. Kahnweiler’s second appearance on the show, the “Champion of Introverts” discusses her new book, “Creating Introvert-Friendly Workplaces”, and a range of related topics, including:  – The benefits...

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Science Communication, Mentoring, and 3-MT with Jovana Milosavljevic-Ardeljan, Ph.D.

Jovana Milosavljevic-Ardeljan, Ph.D. is a scholar from Serbia who came to the U.S. in 2014 to pursue a master’s degree in Linguistics and stayed for her Ph.D. in Education...

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“Living Brave” Leadership with Performance Coach Guy Bloom

In this special episode, executive coach, team effectiveness consultant, author, and podcast host Guy Bloom explains his “Living Brave” approach, talks about his new book “Living Brave Leadership” and...

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Science Policy and Communication with Bill and Emma Dauster

In a first father-daughter interview on the podcast, Bill and Emma Dauster discuss important science communication and policy issues, including: – Approaches that Bill, a longtime public policy expert,...

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Translating Data as Stories, the Future of Work, and Career Advice with Unum COO Mike Simonds

This week’s episode features Mike Simonds, the Chief Operating Officer of Unum, a leading provider of disability, life, accident, critical illness, dental and vision benefits through the workplace that...

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