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Academic Work Life Podcast

Dylan Gomes

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Dylan Gomes

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I interview academics, and ask them about their work-life balance. Intended for academics (but others welcome) to understand how to live a more balanced life.

Latest Episodes

10: Dr. Sarah Schaack

Dr. Sarah Schaack - Reed College Sarah and I talk about what differs between academic positions at small liberal arts schools and large public universities. We discuss decisions, changing your mind during an academic career, and how doing what you are passionate about will more likely lead to success. She explains how going to East Africa is important to her, and how she managed to work that into her career.

-1 s1 weeks ago
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10: Dr. Sarah Schaack

09: Aristide Kamla Takoukam

Aristide Kamla Takoukam - University of Florida &African Marine Mammal Conservation Organization (AMMCO) Aristide and I talk about the challenges of starting a non-profit organization, while doing a PhD. Soon-to-be Dr. Takoukam, has been fighting for marine mammal conservation in his home country of Cameroon, where people hunt just about anything for sustenance. He discusses working with local fisherman, working all the hours of the day and night, and future plans. See his organization website here:https://www.ammco.org/apropos

-1 sAPR 29
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09: Aristide Kamla Takoukam

Episode 08: Dr. Ian Robertson

Dr. Ian Robertson - Boise State University Ian and I talk about how things have changed at Boise State University over the years that he has been there. We talk about saying "no," and finding "balance." The audio quality is not the best, but hopefully it isn't too bothersome. At the end I mention another podcast that listeners may be interested in - Changing Academic Life. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NbidQWjRZOOe-Tc0top5Xd0oN7IbcVow

-1 sAPR 19
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Episode 08: Dr. Ian Robertson

Episode 07: Dr. Chris McClure

Dr. Chris McClure - Director of Global Conservation Science, The Peregrine Fund. Chris gives us a brief history lesson about the Peregrine Fund, and how he has "no balance." We talk about coding, its uses, and how much we enjoy it. Chris did a postdoc in my current lab, so I knew him for a while before this interview - I think the conversation comes off a bit more naturally because of this. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_D4ZjPjwm0DEn9zueyfbGcEvHX8kkhXm/view?usp=sharing

-1 sAPR 16
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Episode 07: Dr. Chris McClure

Episode 06: Dr. Jacinta Beehner

Dr. Jacinta Beehner- Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan. This is the sixth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=132BCDBtXBI-Zk2LtzTFzzm8IUA3iZSpo

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Episode 06: Dr. Jacinta Beehner

Episode 05: Dr. Helen Chmura

Dr. Helen Chmura- University of Alaska, Fairbanks. This is the fifth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cDMHaMG-rDm17L1Rcs95x7rOY5BcYgLt

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Episode 05: Dr. Helen Chmura

Episode 04: Dr. Chris Templeton

Dr. Chris Templeton - Dept. of Biology, Pacific University Oregon. This is the fourth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1804PuMmH_dnZA9q_kNXadVPv9aDg96dO

-1 s2018 OCT 25
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Episode 04: Dr. Chris Templeton

Episode 03: Dr. Vanessa Hull

Dr. Vanessa Hull - Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida. This is the third episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JpX7czTHJK0m9p6eZR7oZGGGyulAaXVV

-1 s2018 OCT 18
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Episode 03: Dr. Vanessa Hull

Episode 02: Dr. Naomi Levin

Dr. Naomi Levin - Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan. This is the second episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rCU8eTc5VgEfc1O7KituehYS-vieS2Z3

-1 s2018 OCT 17
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Episode 02: Dr. Naomi Levin

Episode 01: Dr. Bram Tucker

Dr. Bram Tucker - Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia. This is the first episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics from around the world, and ask them about their work-life balance. Do they balance work and outside life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for graduate students to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful sometimes. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XWdKyiQUxkqQIsoBAcb3bklLAoEp7Z8z

-1 s2018 OCT 17
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Episode 01: Dr. Bram Tucker
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Latest Episodes

10: Dr. Sarah Schaack

Dr. Sarah Schaack - Reed College Sarah and I talk about what differs between academic positions at small liberal arts schools and large public universities. We discuss decisions, changing your mind during an academic career, and how doing what you are passionate about will more likely lead to success. She explains how going to East Africa is important to her, and how she managed to work that into her career.

-1 s1 weeks ago
Comments
10: Dr. Sarah Schaack

09: Aristide Kamla Takoukam

Aristide Kamla Takoukam - University of Florida &African Marine Mammal Conservation Organization (AMMCO) Aristide and I talk about the challenges of starting a non-profit organization, while doing a PhD. Soon-to-be Dr. Takoukam, has been fighting for marine mammal conservation in his home country of Cameroon, where people hunt just about anything for sustenance. He discusses working with local fisherman, working all the hours of the day and night, and future plans. See his organization website here:https://www.ammco.org/apropos

-1 sAPR 29
Comments
09: Aristide Kamla Takoukam

Episode 08: Dr. Ian Robertson

Dr. Ian Robertson - Boise State University Ian and I talk about how things have changed at Boise State University over the years that he has been there. We talk about saying "no," and finding "balance." The audio quality is not the best, but hopefully it isn't too bothersome. At the end I mention another podcast that listeners may be interested in - Changing Academic Life. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NbidQWjRZOOe-Tc0top5Xd0oN7IbcVow

-1 sAPR 19
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Episode 08: Dr. Ian Robertson

Episode 07: Dr. Chris McClure

Dr. Chris McClure - Director of Global Conservation Science, The Peregrine Fund. Chris gives us a brief history lesson about the Peregrine Fund, and how he has "no balance." We talk about coding, its uses, and how much we enjoy it. Chris did a postdoc in my current lab, so I knew him for a while before this interview - I think the conversation comes off a bit more naturally because of this. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_D4ZjPjwm0DEn9zueyfbGcEvHX8kkhXm/view?usp=sharing

-1 sAPR 16
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Episode 07: Dr. Chris McClure

Episode 06: Dr. Jacinta Beehner

Dr. Jacinta Beehner- Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan. This is the sixth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=132BCDBtXBI-Zk2LtzTFzzm8IUA3iZSpo

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Episode 06: Dr. Jacinta Beehner

Episode 05: Dr. Helen Chmura

Dr. Helen Chmura- University of Alaska, Fairbanks. This is the fifth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cDMHaMG-rDm17L1Rcs95x7rOY5BcYgLt

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Episode 05: Dr. Helen Chmura

Episode 04: Dr. Chris Templeton

Dr. Chris Templeton - Dept. of Biology, Pacific University Oregon. This is the fourth episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1804PuMmH_dnZA9q_kNXadVPv9aDg96dO

-1 s2018 OCT 25
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Episode 04: Dr. Chris Templeton

Episode 03: Dr. Vanessa Hull

Dr. Vanessa Hull - Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida. This is the third episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes, but sometimes I get off track. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JpX7czTHJK0m9p6eZR7oZGGGyulAaXVV

-1 s2018 OCT 18
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Episode 03: Dr. Vanessa Hull

Episode 02: Dr. Naomi Levin

Dr. Naomi Levin - Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan. This is the second episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics about their work-life management. Do they work and have an 'outside' life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for academics to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful and overwhelming sometimes. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rCU8eTc5VgEfc1O7KituehYS-vieS2Z3

-1 s2018 OCT 17
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Episode 02: Dr. Naomi Levin

Episode 01: Dr. Bram Tucker

Dr. Bram Tucker - Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia. This is the first episode of the academic work-life balance podcast, where I interview academics from around the world, and ask them about their work-life balance. Do they balance work and outside life? If so, how do they keep their research program working smoothly? My intentions are for graduate students to realize that they aren't alone in thinking that academia can be very stressful sometimes. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XWdKyiQUxkqQIsoBAcb3bklLAoEp7Z8z

-1 s2018 OCT 17
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Episode 01: Dr. Bram Tucker
the END

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