In this episode, Dan lends me his intimate knowledge of the greatest time travel comedy film series known to man (sorry Bill & Ted). This discussion will be the Wake-Up Juice your ears have always needed. Prepare yourself, because we take it straight to 88 mph.—Cam ^. .^
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In this podcast, we feature insights from three academic professionals on writing a winning academic conference proposal. Our interviewees have submitted successful proposals of their own and served as proposal reviewers at various conferences as well. They give their take on what they look for in a submission and advice on approaching the writing process.
Our interviews include:
Elizabeth Unger, Vice Provost for Academic Services and Technology, Dean of Continuing Education, and Professor of Computing and Information Sciences at Kansas State University
Jeff Bullington, Data Services and Government Information Librarian at the University of Kansas
Veronica Diaz, Instructional Technology Manager for Maricopa Community College District
Provost of Columbia University Claude Steele reveals how our brains can be hindered by the power of stereotype threats and shows us what we can do to avoid them. Linguist Guy Deutscher explores how different quirks of our mother tongues, such as irregular genders, can create unique habits of mind. Hungarian writer Agnes Lehoczky uses poetry to create new geographies in our minds and suggests that it’s time to rehabilitate the notion of eavesdropping.