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Latest Episodes

Heavy Meta #24: Author/Professor Shana Youngdahl

This week, Kelly and I sit down to talk with Shana Youngdahl, Assistant Professor of English at UMF. She teaches creative writing here at the university, and she also just had a book come out: As Many Nows as I Can Get. It got a starred review in Kirkus and has appeared on multiple “best […]

26 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Heavy Meta #24: Author/Professor Shana Youngdahl

Heavy Meta #23: MakerSpaces with Matt Jacobson

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined by Matt Jacobson, IT Support Services Manager, to talk about the relatively new MakerSpace on campus. Have questions about what a MakerSpace is and why you might want to use one? Here are your answers. And a friendly reminder that if you’re a UMF student, staff, or […]

26 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Heavy Meta #23: MakerSpaces with Matt Jacobson

Heavy Meta #22: The Return of Michael Johnson

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined once again by Michael Johnson, who has another book out, because he’s just that impressive. This one is Can’t Stand Still, a biography of Taylor Gordon. If you’re like me and have no idea who Taylor Gordon was, you’ll find out more in the podcast, but (spoiler) […]

30 MIN2019 APR 12
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Heavy Meta #22: The Return of Michael Johnson

Heavy Meta #21: Moral Contagion with Michael Schoeppner

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined by Michael Schoeppner, Assistant Professor of History at UMF, whose book Moral Contagion was just released by Cambridge University Press(!) It’s a fascinating look at a real problem in history I had no idea existed until this episode, and it’s got some very interesting implications for the […]

28 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Heavy Meta #21: Moral Contagion with Michael Schoeppner

Heavy Meta #20: The New Commons Project

Kelly and I are joined by Kristen Case and Stephen Grandchamp of the New Commons Project to talk about what the project is. You’ve heard me talk about the New Commons before, and I was really excited to have the two of them on the show to discuss all the awesome things they’ve been doing. […]

24 MIN2019 MAR 14
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Heavy Meta #20: The New Commons Project

Heavy Meta #19: Jonathan Cohen, Nietzsche, and the Place of Philosophy

In today’s installment of my ongoing podcast, Professor Jonathan Cohen joins Kelly and me to discuss his work in the field of philosophy. He has a new book out (In Nietzsche’s Footsteps), and we talk about what went into the book, who Nietzsche was, and what the place of philosophy in today’s society is. As […]

30 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Heavy Meta #19: Jonathan Cohen, Nietzsche, and the Place of Philosophy

Heavy Meta #18: Lori Soucie and “How to Decide What You Want To Be”

In this episode, Kelly and I sit down with Lori Soucie, who works with students with undeclared majors at the Center for Student Development. We talk about her work, “how did you decide what to be,” and pretty much everything in between. It was a great conversation, and I hope you give it a listen. […]

28 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Heavy Meta #18: Lori Soucie and “How to Decide What You Want To Be”

Heavy Meta #17: Politics with Jim Melcher

In this episode, Kelly and I sit down with Jim Melcher, Professor of Political Science at UMF. Jim’s done more interviews with more people than I can possibly list, from local to national news. He runs a yearly Preview and Review of the Supreme Court cases that are most important (check out the latest here), […]

34 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Heavy Meta #17: Politics with Jim Melcher

Heavy Meta #16: Travel Abroad with Steven Pane

In this episode, Kelly and I meet with Steven Pane, Professor of Music at UMF, and a veritable fixture at the Mantor Cafe. Besides his deep, lasting love of coffee, we discuss his studies at the university, with particular attention to the experiences he’s had leading travel abroad sessions to Italy. Why would a student […]

29 MIN2018 APR 18
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Heavy Meta #16: Travel Abroad with Steven Pane

Heavy Meta #15: Interview with Brad Dearden

In this episode, Kelly and I meet with Brad Dearden, Associate Professor of Geography at UMF. If you think being a geography professor means you sit around drawing maps with colored pencils all day, you really need to listen to this to find out what they really do. Adventures in Nepal, Guatemala, China, and more. […]

30 MIN2018 MAR 29
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Heavy Meta #15: Interview with Brad Dearden
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Latest Episodes

Heavy Meta #24: Author/Professor Shana Youngdahl

This week, Kelly and I sit down to talk with Shana Youngdahl, Assistant Professor of English at UMF. She teaches creative writing here at the university, and she also just had a book come out: As Many Nows as I Can Get. It got a starred review in Kirkus and has appeared on multiple “best […]

26 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Heavy Meta #24: Author/Professor Shana Youngdahl

Heavy Meta #23: MakerSpaces with Matt Jacobson

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined by Matt Jacobson, IT Support Services Manager, to talk about the relatively new MakerSpace on campus. Have questions about what a MakerSpace is and why you might want to use one? Here are your answers. And a friendly reminder that if you’re a UMF student, staff, or […]

26 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Heavy Meta #23: MakerSpaces with Matt Jacobson

Heavy Meta #22: The Return of Michael Johnson

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined once again by Michael Johnson, who has another book out, because he’s just that impressive. This one is Can’t Stand Still, a biography of Taylor Gordon. If you’re like me and have no idea who Taylor Gordon was, you’ll find out more in the podcast, but (spoiler) […]

30 MIN2019 APR 12
Comments
Heavy Meta #22: The Return of Michael Johnson

Heavy Meta #21: Moral Contagion with Michael Schoeppner

In this episode, Kelly and I are joined by Michael Schoeppner, Assistant Professor of History at UMF, whose book Moral Contagion was just released by Cambridge University Press(!) It’s a fascinating look at a real problem in history I had no idea existed until this episode, and it’s got some very interesting implications for the […]

28 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Heavy Meta #21: Moral Contagion with Michael Schoeppner

Heavy Meta #20: The New Commons Project

Kelly and I are joined by Kristen Case and Stephen Grandchamp of the New Commons Project to talk about what the project is. You’ve heard me talk about the New Commons before, and I was really excited to have the two of them on the show to discuss all the awesome things they’ve been doing. […]

24 MIN2019 MAR 14
Comments
Heavy Meta #20: The New Commons Project

Heavy Meta #19: Jonathan Cohen, Nietzsche, and the Place of Philosophy

In today’s installment of my ongoing podcast, Professor Jonathan Cohen joins Kelly and me to discuss his work in the field of philosophy. He has a new book out (In Nietzsche’s Footsteps), and we talk about what went into the book, who Nietzsche was, and what the place of philosophy in today’s society is. As […]

30 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Heavy Meta #19: Jonathan Cohen, Nietzsche, and the Place of Philosophy

Heavy Meta #18: Lori Soucie and “How to Decide What You Want To Be”

In this episode, Kelly and I sit down with Lori Soucie, who works with students with undeclared majors at the Center for Student Development. We talk about her work, “how did you decide what to be,” and pretty much everything in between. It was a great conversation, and I hope you give it a listen. […]

28 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Heavy Meta #18: Lori Soucie and “How to Decide What You Want To Be”

Heavy Meta #17: Politics with Jim Melcher

In this episode, Kelly and I sit down with Jim Melcher, Professor of Political Science at UMF. Jim’s done more interviews with more people than I can possibly list, from local to national news. He runs a yearly Preview and Review of the Supreme Court cases that are most important (check out the latest here), […]

34 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Heavy Meta #17: Politics with Jim Melcher

Heavy Meta #16: Travel Abroad with Steven Pane

In this episode, Kelly and I meet with Steven Pane, Professor of Music at UMF, and a veritable fixture at the Mantor Cafe. Besides his deep, lasting love of coffee, we discuss his studies at the university, with particular attention to the experiences he’s had leading travel abroad sessions to Italy. Why would a student […]

29 MIN2018 APR 18
Comments
Heavy Meta #16: Travel Abroad with Steven Pane

Heavy Meta #15: Interview with Brad Dearden

In this episode, Kelly and I meet with Brad Dearden, Associate Professor of Geography at UMF. If you think being a geography professor means you sit around drawing maps with colored pencils all day, you really need to listen to this to find out what they really do. Adventures in Nepal, Guatemala, China, and more. […]

30 MIN2018 MAR 29
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Heavy Meta #15: Interview with Brad Dearden
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