Episode 60 - Some Children Left Behind
Dr. Jacob Skousen discusses how his experience with marginalized populations expose the need to consider critical pedagogy in educational leadership.
February 18, 2019
Episode 59 - Cancer and Kefir
Ph.D. candidate Peter Smoak discusses his research on the possible benefits of Kefir for patients with chemotherapy history.
February 12, 2019
Episode 58 - Exercise with Mary Jane
Ph.D. candidate Jonny Lisano discusses the untapped research on marijuana and exercise, as well as the professional benefits of being a UNC Bear.
February 05, 2019
Episode 57 - Open for an Ally
Stephen Loveless discusses the lifelong process of being an LGBTQ+ Ally as well as the positive impact of cognizant language and universal respect.
January 29, 2019
Episode 56 - Solar Flower Power!
UNC Student L.E.A.F. president, Zak King and vice-president, Max Wike, discuss upcoming environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions found on campus and within the community.
January 17, 2019
Episode 55 - Namaste
Join UNC students as they step out of their comfort zone on a faculty-led study abroad trip to Nepal.
January 09, 2019
Episode 54 - Banking on Bitcoin
Jesse Clark discusses how cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin can impact the way we bank and exchange goods and services.
December 05, 2018
Episode 53 - The Open Education Movement
Jennifer Mayer discusses how Open Education Resources (OER) are an option to increase student success and support flexible teaching.
November 26, 2018
Episode 52 - Investing in Ecosystem Services for Clean Water
Creative Content Producer Katie Corder sat down with Dr. Chelsie Romulo as she discusses the importance of keeping watersheds in rural areas healthy so as to provide sustainable drinking water to growing urban areas.
November 15, 2018
Episode 51 - That's Not True!
Dr. Dale Edwards discusses the varying definitions of 'fake news' and the continuous need for quality journalism.
November 05, 2018
Episode 50 - The Unfolding of Map Men
Dr. Steven Seegel discusses his book Map Men, and explains how cartography and subjective values shape the way we see the world.
October 29, 2018
Episode 49 - Studying Natural Disasters
Dr. David Lerach discusses how to teach about weather patterns and the impact of natural disasters both on land and at sea.
October 18, 2018
Episode 48 – Developing Mindful Corporations
Dr. Keiko Krahnke discusses corporate social responsibility and the importance of finding empathy and purpose within the workplace.
October 10, 2018
Episode 47 - Behind the Translation
Dr. Melissa Malde discusses her research and production on the (almost) forgotten Hebrew songs of the Yishuv.
September 24, 2018
About the Podcast
Bear in Mind is a regular podcast produced by the University of Northern Colorado offering insights on issues of local or national importance featuring UNC faculty, staff, students and alumni voices.
The viewpoints and opinions expressed by featured guests do not necessarily represent those of the University of Northern Colorado.
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