Society And Culture Podcasts
Greyscale takes a look at the not-so-clear areas of medicine by sharing physicians' own difficult encounters. These stories will showcase what can often be forgotten - the humanity behind the physician. Produced by Ben Davis - faculty at Swedish First Hill Family Medicine Residency.
By Ben Davis
Hosted by Jennifer Flores, veteran design blogger and founder of BlogPodium, Canada's Conference for Influencers, and Erin Trafford, former broadcast journalist and current DIY blogger, In The Storyhouse provides an insider's perspective on the world of influence. Things we discuss In The Storyhouse: Blogger/Brand relations Brands We Love Digital Influencing/Marketing Brand Building Influencer Marketing Best Practices Digital Tools/Trends Growth Strategies/Hacks Up and Coming in Design & Lifestyle Blogger Life Industry Interviews
By In The Storyhouse
The Bodaciously Awesome Family Show is the only show dedicated to helping parents maximize their kids' experiences and for kids to reap the fun! Join Adam, Anthony and Zachary as we discuss what we're doing and where we are going. Adventure, excitement, laughter and awesomeness commence!
As the birthplace of the mindfulness movement in the United States, Naropa University has a unique perspective when it comes to higher education in the West. Founded in 1974 by renowned Tibetan Buddhist scholar and lineage holder Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Naropa was intended to be a place where students could study Eastern and Western religions, writing, psychology, science, and the arts, while also receiving contemplative and meditation training. Forty-three years later, Naropa is a leader in ‘contemplative education’, a pedagogical approach that blends rigorous academics, contemplative practice, and experiential learning. Naropa President Chuck Lief explains, “Mindfulness here is not a class. Mindfulness is basically the underpinning of what we do in all of our classes. That said, the flavor or the color of mindfulness from class to class is really completely up to the individual faculty member to work on—on their own. So, what happens in a poetry class is going to look very different from what happens in a research psychology class. But, one way or another the contemplative practices are brought into the mix.” This podcast will feature episodes with different faculty members at Naropa, and will look at how they bring mindfulness/a contemplative lens into their classes and how that enhances the learning environment for students in a way that is missing in most college courses.
By Naropa University
More than Money is a podcast that creates a conversation community around how to use your values to engage with work and invest your wealth. The podcast is designed in a 12-episode season format. Each episode is produced around two core interview segments sharing a common theme. In this podcast, we explore the following topic areas: (1) business ethics, (2) economic justice, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values-based investing. Find us online at http://www.morethanmoney-podcast.com.
By Dawn Carpenter & Guests Talk Business Revisited