Higher Education Podcasts
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Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
By Stanford eCorner
Tyler Jankoski is a broadcast meteorologist communicating the forecast on daily basis. Dakota Smith is a atmospheric science graduate student studying the carbon cycle. Different careers, different perspectives but both are "weather junkies" at heart. Join them every Thursday for their conversations on various topics in the weather and climate enterprise.
By Weather Junkies
Launched in 2016, Roshcast Emergency Medicine Board Review is the first question and answer style emergency medicine podcast. Utilizing the time tested questions of Rosh Review, Nachi Gupta, MD and Jeff Nusbaum, MD, both Emergency Physicians in New York City, review core emergency medicine concepts to improve listeners’ performance on the boards and in the wards. Going through questions from the question bank, one by one, they dissect not only the question, but also each of the other answer choices, taking advantage of all possible learning opportunities in addition to reviewing key test-taking strategies. At the beginning of each episode, they open with a rapid review of material covered in previous episodes or on the Rosh Review blog. Then, at the end of the episode, they close out with another rapid review of topics covered during the episode. Spaced repetition at its finest. This podcast is ideal for the emergency physician, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, EMT, and medical student who works in the Emergency Department or has an interest in emergency medicine. Give it a listen….you won’t be disappointed.
Welcome to your information source for all things relating to the physician assistant profession. While it's very desirable to become a PA, it's not easy to get there. From the extensive requirements of difficult prerequisites to having thousands of hours of experience, becoming a PA can be quite the challenge. Savanna Perry from The PA Platform Blog reveals all of her advice on how to reach your goals of becoming a PA. Savanna has been where you are and understands what it takes to look good on paper, and dazzle in an interview to land a spot in a PA program. While Savanna admits that she doesn’t know everything, she has successfully helped hundreds of Pre-PA hopefuls with personal statements and interviews to help them gain acceptance into PA school and start successful careers. Some of the topics that will be covered on this podcast include CASPA, personal statements, GRE, how to study effectively, interview skills, shadowing, letters of recommendation, how to find jobs, and interviews with other practicing physician assistants.
By Savanna Perry from The PA Platform | Dermatology Physician Assistant | Pre-PA Coach
Die erste Websoap für Deutschlerner: Begleitet die brasilianische Studentin Jojo 33 Folgen lang auf ihrer Suche nach dem Glück in ihrer neuen Heimatstadt Köln.
By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Builder Talent Tuesday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the Builder Profile Talents, one Talent at a time.<br><br>Learn More at <a href="https://www.gallup.com/builder/225332/builder-profile-10.aspx" rel="noopener">https://www.gallup.com/builder/225332/builder-profile-10.aspx</a>