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We love to run. We love the running community. We love runners. But we also know there are some issues in our world that directly affect the sport that we love. Issues that need to be addressed. We want to understand what is happening and know what we can do to help uplift underrepresented genders, celebrate and include different cultures and backgrounds, and address the environmental impact of running. Running Realized is a space to explore, discuss and provide insight to create meaningful ...
 
Real Eyes Realize is a podcast that highlights everyday people making Ripple Effects Actualizing Love in their families, communities and our world at large. These are the real people putting forth the hard work to create a better world for generations to come: dancing the dance where life, love, and service meet. These episodes are about people telling their stories...with vulnerability, courage and empathy. They share how they first “saw” their path and work in this world, and how they cont ...
 
Each year, academic institutions file tens of thousands of patent applications and sign thousands of out-licenses on innovations created at universities. What separates the failures from trailblazers such as Google, Genentech, and Akamai? How are universities and other players making strides in translating these opportunities out of their ivory towers and into startup companies? In this podcast, Kirsten Leute speaks with a rotating group of leaders who are advancing cutting edge academic sci ...
 
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This podcast is a special one for many reasons. At the outset of REAL Eyes Realize, Christina and Jessica, as podcast partners, set out to have REAL conversations. In December 2020, Jessica’s life got rocked when her father unexpectedly left this earth. As a team, we took a compassionate pause to grieve with Jess and this podcast marks our return t…
 
First, through the storytelling of Victoria Lo, a Chinese American runner based in Brooklyn, NY, tells the story of a recent mid-run panic attack. Second, a discussion on the intersection of racial trauma, racial identity, and running with Jenny Wang, PhD and Licensed Psychologist. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take t…
 
First, we’ll hear the story of the lifecycle of one pair of running shoes, from concept to landfill with Bennett Grimes, Senior Product Manager of Footwear at REI's Co-Op. Next, we’ll have a discussion on the future of materials with Jad Finck, VP of Innovation and Sustainability at Allbirds. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener…
 
First, we’re going to hear a story from Zobel Belisario, a queer, non-binary trail and ultra runner. Next, a discussion with Patti Flynn, endurance athlete, runner, cyclist, and Senior DEI Consultant at the Equality Institute. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in su…
 
Join us to unpack the pitfalls and opportunities of sustainable aid that can support communities around the world, for the long-term. Julia Midland specializes in gender empowerment and works in humanitarian assistance, governance, health, counter-trafficking, counter-terrorism, and post-conflict rebuilding in some of the most war-torn places in th…
 
It's never been more clear how disconnected we are with ourselves. An exploration of using running as a means to more deeply understand oneself, and how spirituality, introspection, and social justice intersect. First, through the storytelling of Shaun Martin and how the Navajo have used running as a form of prayer for many, many years. Second, a d…
 
An exploration of running coaches through experience, education, and tenure - how a male-dominated industry can be toxic to the development of female athletes. First, through the storytelling of Rebecca Mehra. Second, a discussion with Porscha Dobson on how female coaching is paramount for the success and health of female athletes. Third, a breakdo…
 
First, we hear the story of Samia Akbar, the fastest US Born Black female marathoner. Second, a discussion with Marilyn Bevans who was second place female at the 1977 Boston Marathon and the first Black female runner to break three hours in the marathon. She shares her experience as a pioneer and youth coach for over three decades. Third, a breakdo…
 
Join running industry voices Tina Muir and Knox Robinson on a mission to explore running culture as a vehicle to realize its fullest potential. A combination of the thematic focus and journalism of The Daily with the audio aesthetic and creative storytelling of This American Life, the show will be a fresh and important addition to the global runnin…
 
This podcast highlights Lonnell Graham's Ripple Effect Actualizing Love (a.k.a REAL change!) in his family, community, and our world. We learn how Lonnell got started (think of a devoted Dad with political aspirations) and the work he does today operating from a place of deep personal truth. We will visit themes of education, the importance of neve…
 
Join us to unpack the pitfalls and opportunities of sustainable aid that can support communities around the world, for the long-term. Julia Midland specializes in gender empowerment and works in humanitarian assistance, governance, health, counter-trafficking, counter-terrorism, and post-conflict rebuilding in some of the most war-torn places in th…
 
In today's episode join us as we journey back to when the Real Eyes Realize Podcast was simply a spark of an idea. Listen as Ariela Cuellar moderates a conversation between show hosts, Christina Roberts Enneking and Jessica Smith where they share what it's been like to bring this movement from concept to REALity. Christina Roberts Enneking (she, he…
 
Steve Albers is the Associate Director for Launchpad, the startup program at CSU Ventures, which is the technology transfer office for Colorado State University. Steve leads all the startup programming for Launchpad, and engages daily with CSUV startup companies to ensure the best chance of success. Steve is also the co-director of the ambassador p…
 
Helge Seetzen is an award-winning technologist, entrepreneur, and a recognized global authority on technology transfer and display technologies. As General Partner of TandemLaunch Accelerator in Montreal, Helge works with inventors and entrepreneurs to build high growth technology companies. His past successes include the transformation of raw univ…
 
Today I'm speaking with Dr. Nichole Mercier, Managing Director for the Office of Technology Management at Washington University in Saint Louis. During her time at Washington University, as well as through her work with AUTM (Association of University Technology Managers), Nichole has been a leader in analyzing the disparities between male and femal…
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Rubén D. Flores, Director of Commercialization at UC San Diego's Office of Innovation and Commercialization. As Director of Commercialization, Rubén oversees UCSD's efforts to bring their cutting-edge inventions to their ultimate goal of positively impacting our world.Prior to joining …
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Namratha Vedire, Associate Director for the Center for Deliberate Innovation at Georgia Tech. The center's main focus is to make reliable innovation practices based on the principles of behavioral economics, social psychology, and business frameworks accessible to faculty and students …
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Mary Juhas, Associate Vice President in the Office of Research at the Ohio State University. As the leader of the Ohio State University ADVANCE program, she impacts the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty in the STEM disciplines with the goal to develop research le…
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Elias Caro, VP of Technology Development at the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and President and Founder of Biocomx. The Coulter Foundation provides university based translational research grants to establish a business-like process to accelerate academic innovations to the marketplace.…
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Nancy Sullivan, CEO and Managing Director of Illinois Ventures. Illinois Ventures a seed and early stage technology investment firm focused on research-derived companies and information technologies, physical sciences, and life sciences. While the fund's origins are investing in busine…
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Dr. Mark Turco, Chief Innovation and Corporate Outreach Officer at University of Pennsylvania Center for Innovation (PCI). Mark joined Penn in early 2017 after serving as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the aortic, peripheral, vascular, and endovenous franchises of Medtroni…
 
In this episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute speaks with Diego Rey,Visiting Partner at Y Combinator. Diego began his career by co-founding GeneWEAVE while finishing his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University. At Y Combinator, Diego focuses on bio and healthcare companies and is helping launch YC Bio, an experiment where startups…
 
In this episode, Kirsten Leute speaks with Lita Nelsen, former Director of MIT’s Technology Licensing Office, and Katharine Ku, Executive Director of the Office of Technology Licensing of Stanford University. Ms. Nelsen and Ms. Ku have led two of the leading university technology transfer offices in the world. They’ve also enjoyed a decades-long fr…
 
In this first episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute, Osage University Partner’s Senior VP of University Relations interviews Daria Mochly-Rosen and Kevin Grimes, Directors of SPARK, a translational research program at Stanford University School of Medicine.Door Osage University Partners
 
In this first episode of Research Realized, Kirsten Leute, Osage University Partner’s Senior VP of University Relations interviews Daria Mochly-Rosen and Kevin Grimes, Directors of SPARK, a translational research program at Stanford University School of Medicine.Door Osage University Partners
 
Welcome to the first conspiracy corner minisode! We thought we would break up the podcast length by bringing you our favorite recent conspiracies in minisode form rather than at the end of already really long episodes. Ya dig???Visit the blog for extensive show notes & links: https://www.calicopodcasts.com/realeyes/minisode1…
 
Todays guest is Lina Bird who is very active in the Washington DC branch of the Citizens Climate Lobby. The Citizens Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization with chapters all over the country, with the aim of lobbying for national policies to address climate change. One of their primary policies is a Carbon Tax and Divid…
 
This past winter I had the pleasure of visiting my friends Randy and Libby Buchler and their family at their farm, Shady Grove Farm in Michigans Upper Peninsula. In 2009, they recieved a notice for alleged zoning violations regarding their agricultural activity. Through a ton of research and collaborations, they were finally able to win back their …
 
Today we’re talking to Nathan Ayers who teaches Permaculture to students of all ages in Michigan. This is Nathans second time on the show, and it’s always a great time having him. If you like this one, be sure to check out Episode 18 as well where we discussed water solutions to the Flint, MI Water Crisis. Today we talk about Nathan and his brother…
 
This weeks episode is about how to start your own edible permaculture plant nursery with special guest, Sean Dembrosky of Edible Acres. Edible Acres is a small homestead and plant nursery that Sean runs in the Finger Lakes area of New York State. Today, he shares with us some great tips to getting started or improving our own plant nurseries. The p…
 
Today we're talking to Peter Allen who runs Mastodon Valley Farm in Wisconsin. Before getting in to regenerative farming, Peter was a student of ecology and complex systems theory, so he brings a unique an informed perspective to the use of animal agriculture as a method of managing landscape for ecological health. The post Permaculture Realized Po…
 
Today’s guest is a good friend of mine who started up a bicycle powered community compost pickup business here in Northern Michigan. We discuss his experience with starting up the project, why this model has a ton of oppotunity for others to step up and replicate it, and tips on how you can start your own! The post Permaculture Realized Podcast Epi…
 
Today's guest Bryce Ruddock, is an author, educator and avid forest gardener from Wisconsin. Today Bryce shares his favorite plants to grow from among the hundreds of species that he's experimented with at his home. I definitely recommend getting your notebooks out for this episode because Bryce shares so many great species and resources that deser…
 
This episode is a follow up on episode 27. If you missed it I highly recommend you check it out. In that episode we did an analysis of what humans need to flourish. So now, using what we learned from the past episode, this week we’re going to go into kind of the goal setting part of the design process if you want to look at it that way, but basical…
 
Today’s guest is Peter Bane who is the president of the Permaculture Insitute of North America, he wrote the Permaculture Handbook, literally, he has built and lived in eco-villages and self-sufficient homesteads for decades. and has taught dozens and dozens of courses and workshops all over the world. He’s the real deal, as you’ll soon learn. The …
 
Todays guest is Albert Bates who we spoke to last year because he attended the COP21 Paris Climate Conference so he gave us the inside story on that in Episode 16. Albert also went to the latest Climate Conference, COP22 in Marakech and so he'll be sharing with us what the so-called world leaders are doing about Climate Change and many other enviro…
 
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