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GET YOUR LIFE ON TRACK: HOW TO NAVIGATE ACADEMIA
Discover how to navigate a career change in the academic world.
Our Guest: Gina Akao
Gina currently works for Admissions & Records at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her author blog, www.GinaAkao.com offers career advice to students who are looking to make the most of higher education, educational tips on how to navigate academia, and inspiration to others to share what they know through the written word.
Gina provides virtual assistance to authors needing to set up and maintain WordPress blogs and is the creator of the Found Freedom WordPress Training Series.
In 2013, she published her memoir, Tales of a Law School Dropout.
Host: Lucinda Curran
Join us to discover how you can make that change you have been wishing for, a reality.
In this episode of Conversations in the Zone, Robin will chat with Elizabeth Locey, Ph.D. who is in the business of making other businesses soar. Back in 2008 she was enjoying her life as an award-winning professor, department chair, respected scholar and leader in her international professional organization. But then she encountered the Akashic Records, and things started to shift for her. Less than two years later she left the academic world and her guaranteed job for life behind her f
Natalie talks to Dr. Lauren Benton, NYU Dean of Graduate Arts and Sciences, about some of the secrets about doctoral programs (did you know that most PhD programs are virtually free and offer a stipend?) and the strategies for demystifying careers in academia.
Living under the rule of God is simply obeying the rule of God in your life daily in every area of our life.... remind me of Prov.3:5-7 in HD kingdom realty
Why would a dedicated volunteer resign from an organization they loved? You won't believe it until you hear it for yourself. The reason inspired me to investigate the business practices of other organizations, and we've uncovered a Pandora's box that has me questioning the real motives and business practices of non-profits as DoD reduces their financial support during an economic downturn. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Ladies and gentlemen we are in for an outstanding time on this episode of In Life Now Radio as we listen and learn from Ph.D & Ceo of Darling Communications, Ms. Darlene Lee! This month on April 25th she will be hosting a professional development conference entitled, "Women At The Helm" and you need to be there! To get your tickets and to learn more visit the website http://www.womenatthehelmgr.com
"Dr. Lee is not your average entrepreneur. As a successful business owner in the beauty industry her motto “you’ve got to be it to attract it” made her one of West Michigan’s most highly sought after stylist for female entrepreneurs, executives and professionals. Thinking outside of the beauty box, she received a doctorate degree in Communication from Wayne State University, and now develops a host of conferences and events to empower and equip the professional minded with the tools to move up the corporate ladder, crash through the glass ceiling, or to step out onto the entrepreneurial pavement. Dr. Lee is most passionate about bridging the professional gender gap."
"She is also the former host of New York City’s popular talk show “For Women/About Women.” She speaks to varied audiences and teaches courses in communications and public relations at the university level. Dr. Lee’s endeavors extend outside of academia and professional environments. She resides in Michigan and governs life by several mottoes: “go big or go home,” “be defined by the way you live,” “do what you have to do, so you can do what you want to do”.
The role of international and supra-national organizations to the implementation of Millennium Development Goals has proved essential. However, the role of higher education (HE) to MDGs’ progress is still obscure as no analyses or studies have been carried out so far. In the context of some meta-analytic research of various reports commissioned by public and international organizations and institutions, this discussion will seek to shed light to the particular role of HE especially in th
Lady Angelique is blessed, by grace, to have been born a Synesthete. It's gifts and traits, take her into a distinct realm of 13 O'Klock. Woven within the crooks, crannies, and corners, of regular time. The ancients described it, poetically, as "twilight time, betwixt night and day". Even as a little girl, her synesthesia senses allowed her to enter it's manifold depth and breadth, within and without. Today, academia is researching the phenomenon of we synnies where "the intangible has become tangible". For her, this gift is a wondrous ancestral blessing.
13 O'Klock has been kept hidden, along with your ancient alchemy. Knowledge of it's magical moxie, empowers you to bend and shape, your goals dreams quests, from within. That way, life's stage of real make believe, becomes more supple and malleable. You also fathom, the Fable of You, archived inside this rich realm, of yesteryear. You gain insight into your astrological technology, of creative computer codes, masterful machinery and regal robotics, making you a heavenly human. You discover your silvery trail of golden breadcrumbs, to find your way back home, from head to toe. Here you knew, always, that you were far more than, simply, a one-life human.
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Black-on-black crime is a sensitive subject in this increasingly polarized nation. While covered in academia and occasionally addressed by talking heads on television, some believe it rarely, if ever, receives the type and depth of attention it deserves. Instead, critics argue that this national tragedy is usually swept under the rug by powerful interest groups and individuals more concerned with elevating their own racially-driven agendas than addressing the real issues at hand. The Trayvon Martin case is only the most recent example of this grim hypocrisy.
Indeed, statistics support a very different narrative than the one usually offered by “race hustlers,” as Pastor C.L. Bryant calls them, who routinely portray an America where members of the black community are selectively targeted and brutalized by white racists.
Is your brain really your mind? Is matter the only thing in the universe? Does neo-Darwinism fully explain evolution? In the last few years, we've seen several controversies erupt in the worlds of science and academia, from Rupert Sheldrake's banned TEDx talk to philosopher Thomas Nagel's infamous book Mind and Cosmos, both of which question the modern scientific worldview and its account of the origins of life, the universe, and consciousness. What should we make of it all? Does the mainstream view really explain the world as we know it, or are there better options?
Returning to SOTT Talk Radio this week is Harrison Koehli, writer and editor for Red Pill Press, to talk about his upcoming book on these topics, tentatively titled Mind Matters. The book takes a hard look at the modern scientific worldview, its inherent absurdities, the facts it ignores, and a possible way out of its seemingly insoluble problems: Information Theory. We'll also be discussing the recent and enigmatic disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and why we shouldn't exclude the possibility that it might have a paranormal explanation. Our reality may be way more paranormal than we think.
Harrison will also give some updates on new and upcoming publications from Red Pill Press.
Join us this Sunday March 23rd, 2014 from 3-5pm EST (12-2pm PST, 8-10pm CET)
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Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III Senior Pastor of the Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas Texas for now 30 years leads with a commitment to Christ, passion for people and yearning for community transformation. To that end, he has grown Friendship-West to nearly 12,000 during his tenure as Pastor.
Possessing a commitment to education he has a Bachelors Degree from Bishop College, a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from the Graduate Theological Foundation.
Dr. Haynes is an author, radio show host and foremost a Pastor. In all he does he exudes the mantra of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – believing in the urgency of now, marrying theology with a call to impact our sociological issues. Dr. Haynes serves in various leadership capacities for organizations who champion social change he is Trustee Chair – Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference; Board of Directors – National Action Network; and Board of Directors – Conference of National Black Churches, just to name a few; and demonstrates a commitment to intellectual excellence in both the church and academia as he is a Board Member of Paul Quinn College where he has also acted as adjunct professor.
We are Honored to have a sneak peek to what will be one of the best one on one interview yet. God has truly blessed The Real Deal Bible Study so kick back and enjoy the show.