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Welcome to Authors of Union. We talked with Dr. Michael Halperin, a 1993 Ph.D. graduate of Union. Dr. Halperin is an author, playwright, screen and television writer. One of his latest books is 'Fields of Poison'. The book recounts the odyssey of Antonio Velasco from a village in rural Mexico to a life of backbreaking labor as an eleven-year-old mi…
 
Welcome to Authors of Union. Today’s guests are Union alumna Jennifer Mooney and journalist Byron McCauley, co-authors of 'Hope Interrupted'. They describe the book as a cautionary tale of hope and fear. It is a story of optimism and existential dread. Byron, an award-winning columnist, and business executive, and Jennifer, an award-winning communi…
 
Join us for a conversation about Union's Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies, which highlights students who focused on Humanities & Culture, Education Justice & Equity, and Public Policy & Social Change. Together they talk about how they found Union, identify highlights from their experience there, and share thoughts for future students. Humanities …
 
Welcome to Authors of Union. Today, we are going to talk with Dr. Pete Caccavari, who has written his first chapbook of poetry, Minor Loss of Fidelity, shipping soon from Finishing Line Press. The book depicts people reacting to their environment – whether natural or human-made – and their struggles to make sense of those encounters. Caccavari's po…
 
In this episode of Channel U, we celebrate National Poetry Month. Our guest is Union Institute & University alumna Lois Roma-Deeley (Ph.D. 2000). The award-winning poet, educator and current Poet Laureate of Scottsdale, Arizona will read selected poems from her books and discuss her work, her approach to writing, and her journey as a writer. Her mo…
 
In addition to being Women’s History Month, March was also Social Worker Month. In this special episode of Channel U, our host Alexis Glennon will speak with guest Jessica King McLaughlin about the role of caregiving in our society, how caregivers have been affected during the pandemic, and discuss potential policy solutions that could help caregiv…
 
In this episode of Channel U, we will discuss the casting process of reality television shows and the parallels to everyday success and psychology. Heather Hans joins us again as host. She is a Ph.D. student at Union Institute & University with a concentration in Ethical & Creative Leadership. She is a psychotherapist and has master’s degrees in so…
 
Dr. Aaron L. Dobynes, Sr. is passionate about Black history, womanist theology, and the “Beloved Community.” This podcast combines all topics into one as Dr. Dobynes discusses being a man-womanist, the differences between womanism and feminism, the disrespect Black women have historically experienced, his thoughts on God being a woman, and so much …
 
Continue listening to the second installment of this Black History Month featured podcast, focusing on Black Health and Wellness. Your host is Lisa Akers (https://myunion.edu/member/lisa-akers-phd/), PhD, RDN, IBCLC, RLC, FAND. She is joined by lactation expert Dr. Kimarie Bugg, D.N.P., FNP-BC, M.P.H, IBCLC (https://myunion.edu/member/kimarie-bugg-…
 
In this final Black History Month featured podcast, highlighting the 2022 theme of Black Health and Wellness, we will focus on maternal and infant health and the inequities that have plagued Black communities throughout history. Our guest is lactation expert and Union faculty member, Dr. Kimarie Bugg, D.N.P., FNP-BC, M.P.H, IBCLC (https://myunion.e…
 
Continue listening to the second installment of this Black History Month featured podcast, focusing on Black Health and Wellness. Your host is Lisa Akers (https://myunion.edu/member/lisa-akers-phd/), PhD, RDN, IBCLC, RLC, FAND. She is joined by public health expert Dr. Muswamba Mwamba, DRPH, M.P.H, IBCLC (https://myunion.edu/member/muswamba-mwamba-…
 
Does a zip code predict health outcomes and life expectancy? How do food deserts affect people of color? How can men support breastfeeding and what are the medical benefits of breastfeeding? What is nutrition and how does it differ in various parts of the world? Find out in this Black History Month featured podcast, focusing on Black Health and Wel…
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our many published authors. Today’s guest is Peter Lazes, (Union Ph.D. ’74) alumnus with concentrations in Clinical and Industrial Psychology. Peter’s book “From the Ground Up: How Frontline Staff Can Save Americas Healthcare,” coauthored with Marie Rudden, M.D., outlines concrete steps to improv…
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our many published authors. Today’s guest is Peter Lazes, (Union Ph.D. ’74) alumnus with concentrations in Clinical and Industrial Psychology. Peter’s book “From the Ground Up: How Frontline Staff Can Save Americas Healthcare,” coauthored with Marie Rudden, M.D., outlines concrete steps to improv…
 
Getting to Know the Millennial and Gen Z in the Church and What They Want: Cultivating Momentum in a Peculiar Age with a Digital Crowd In this episode, host Devin E. West and guest Dacari J. Middlebrooks discuss how they were raised in predominantly African American Protestant churches – what they were told to do as well as what they were not told.…
 
In this episode, we will be discussing the importance of improvisation and creativity for mental health. Your host is Heather Hans. She is a Ph.D. student at Union Institute & University with a concentration in ethical & creative leadership. She is a licensed clinical social worker and has master’s degrees in social work and business administration…
 
In part two of this series, Dr. Rosalyn Brown-Beatty, director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, continues her conversation with alumnus Antwan McKenzie Plez, a licensed mental health counselor and graduate of the CMHC program. Please be sure to listen to part one prior to listening to this segment.…
 
We are excited to have a returning host as Dr. Rosalyn Brown-Beatty joins us again for another two-part series. She is the director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Union Institute & University. Her guest is Antwan McKenzie Plez, a 2018 graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Antwan will discuss his experience …
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our published authors. Your host is Dr. Linwood Rumney, professor in the UI&U General Education Program, poet and author. He is the winner of the 17th Annual Gival Press Poetry Award for Abandoned Earth. His poems and nonfiction essays have appeared in many publications including the North Americ…
 
Authors of Union features a conversation with one of our published authors. Your host is Dr. Linwood Rumney, professor in the UI&U General Education Program, poet and author. He is the winner of the 17th Annual Gival Press Poetry Award for Abandoned Earth. His poems and nonfiction essays have appeared in many publications including the North Americ…
 
Each year, on September 17, Americans celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. In addition, September 17-23 is also recognized as Constitution Week. During this time, Americans are encouraged to reflect on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and what it means to be a U.S. citizen. Join Dr. Stewart Burns for an informative session …
 
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to recognize Union Institute & University’s role as a leader in Hispanic Adult Education. Our system is honored to serve the Hispanic adult learner population and to be the only university in the state of Ohio designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education Office of …
 
In part two of this two-part episode, Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union continues an insightful discussion with David Hartsough, known as one of the greatest peace leaders of our time. Mr. Hartsough has helped found and led the Nonviolent Peaceforce and a new global venture to end armed conflict, World BEYOND War. He is a Quaker and a lif…
 
In part one of this two-part episode, Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union has an insightful discussion with David Hartsough, known as one of the greatest peace leaders of our time. Mr. Hartsough has helped found and led the Nonviolent Peaceforce and a new global venture to end armed conflict, World BEYOND War. He is a Quaker and a lifelong …
 
The first three years of a child’s life are the most important. This is the time when the child’s brain triples, and a child is learning more than at any other point in their life. It’s a time when nutrition is most important because this is when eating habits are starting to be formed. So, how can we do better when it comes to feeding our babies? …
 
The first three years of a child’s life are the most important. This is the time when the child’s brain triples, and a child is learning more than at any other point in their life. It’s a time when nutrition is most important because this is when eating habits are starting to be formed. So, how can we do better when it comes to feeding our babies? …
 
Your hosts for this episode are Dr. Anu Mitra and Dr. Tamara White. Dr. Mitra is a professor in the Interdisciplinary Studies program and certificate facilitator in Design Thinking and Museum Studies at Union Institute & University. Dr. White is a newly credentialed alumni of Union’s Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies program. Tami’s research focus…
 
Your guest host for this episode is Dr. Jennifer Raymond, Interim Dean of Union’s Ph.D. Program in Interdisciplinary Studies. Recent statistics show that women are more likely than men to be affected by pandemic-related challenges associated with childcare, remote learning and caring for elderly family members. In this episode, Dr. Raymond and her …
 
Your guest host for this episode is Dr. Jennifer Raymond, Interim Dean of Union’s Ph.D. Program in Interdisciplinary Studies. Recent statistics show that women are more likely than men to be affected by pandemic-related challenges associated with childcare, remote learning and caring for elderly family members. In this episode, Dr. Raymond and her …
 
Your host for this episode is Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, President of Union. The transition from high school to college is a major rite of passage. Some families are choosing to ease the transition through the use of Early College Programs. Today, Dr. Webb and her guest will explore how these programs work – and how they can benefit both students and…
 
What can you expect to earn over the course of your lifetime? Data compiled by U.S. think tanks and government agencies indicate that “the more you learn, the more you earn.” Today’s guests are Dr. Shanda Gore and Dr. Tom Frederick. They will join Dr. Webb in discussing the dramatic impact that higher education can have on your income, your career …
 
Do you find yourself planning to eat more fruits and vegetables – only to find yourself in the drive-through line at the end of a busy day? In today’s episode, Union’s top nutritional expert will join Dr. Webb to share simple and affordable strategies for healthy eating – whether you’re cooking for one person or a full house.…
 
COVID-19 has had a major impact on just about every aspect of life – including work. In this episode, we join Dr. Webb and her guests Dr. Rick Chaffee and Ms. Tracey Tiller, two members of Union’s business faculty as they discuss how the pandemic has influenced the way we work and the skills companies seek when hiring new employees.…
 
A conversation about leadership with Louise Broderick, Joanne Corry and Adam Bell from PWC. Hosted and produced by Matthew Thompson from https://bestofbelfast.org Click Here To Read The Transcript Tools mentioned today: Trello - https://trello.com Slack - https://slack.com/ Contact details: Joanne - joanne.corry@pwc.com @JoannePwC Louise – louise.b…
 
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