MedUmanity is a narrative podcast focusing on the historical, social, and cultural aspects of medicine. With blunt humor, thought provoking stories, and ideas that may inspire you, MedUmanity explores the absurdities, controversies, hypocrisies and realities of healthcare. I invite you to join a thoughtful discourse about the achievements, mistakes, and surprising origins of modern medicine. Welcome to MedUmanity… Please think wildly!
For many, apocalypse brings to mind breakdown, collapse, cataclysm, or destruction on a vast scale. The word comes to modern English from ancient Greek. Its roots apo (un-) and kaluptein (to cover) hint at its original meaning: the uncovering of truth. Embracing Apocalypse explores the many truths being uncovered by the tumult of our times, and openly wonders how we might best show up for, and adapt to, our changing world. The show is hosted by Eric Garza.
The Yaygay Podcast is set to explore and discover queer culture from around the world. We’re going to speak to the most fascinating people in the LGBTIQ community as well as our allies from across the globe. The Yaygay Podcast guests will have accomplished some wildly interesting and unique things. Together we can get an insight into each guests world, what it’s like to walk in their shoes, what makes them tick, what lead them to the paths they are on and how they’ve accomplished the fascinating things they’ve accomplished. Here we can learn from each other, be inspired by each other and celebrate each other. The Yaygay podcast is a community and a safe space for us all where everyone is welcome.
It's no secret that getting "there" wherever "there" is for you is not the road to happiness. We are all about getting where we want to go, setting the bar high and going for it, because, why the he** not? But, we believe it's the moments of unreasonable enthusiasm along the way that make life worth living. Life is more fun when you're an enthusiast, no matter what you decide to be enthusiastic about. And I'm here to prove it! Each week we dive into topics like entrepreneurship, pop culture, entertainment, self-development and mental health. It's real talk, with a side of not taking life too seriously in hopes of inspiring you to embrace your own enthusiasm for life!
CAREERS FOR WOMEN, TRADES AND VETERANS IN TECH AND DATA...
This podcast series discusses jobs within and supporting the data center and tech industry with a focus on trades and opportunities for women, trades and vets that may or may not require a 4-year degree. Episode 1 discusses what trades are applicable and provides brief descriptions of the types of data centers and moves on to the trades and possible jobs once the facility is built. Further episodes include interviews with people that are currently working in the industry giving listeners a view into the daily duties of the jobs. We cover diversity, inclusion and fixing the talent shortage through certifications, schooling, and apprenticeships. We also discuss various places to get scholarships and some of the organizations working to fill the talent gap.
HISTORY NEVER DIES PODCAST
Even though we are living in relative peace, there are deep divisions across ethnic groups and nation states throughout the world that are still boiling beneath the surface. This podcast is dedicated to exploring these ancient divides and how they affect our society today.
AI IN EDUCATION PODCAST
Lee Hickin and Dan Bowen, who both work in the Microsoft Australia Education team, talk about Artificial Intelligence in Education - what it is, how it works, and the different ways it is being used. It's not too serious, or too technical, and is intended to be a good conversation of background information. Please note that we're having a chat each week, not describing the offical Microsoft position on anything!
HANDPICKED: STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Presented by the Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems, Handpicked: Stories from the Field is a podcast series that showcases research that drives positive change in our food systems—ways we produce, gather, eat, understand and dispose of our food. Produced and hosted by Amanda Di Battista and Laine Young, the series presents compelling, real-life stories of food practitioners, such as farmers, policymakers and activists. Episodes follow researchers and community partners in their efforts to make their food systems more economically, environmentally and socially sustainable.