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Dr. Brown’s Declassified College Survival Podcast

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College students open up to Dr. Brown about the realities of today's college experience, how they navigate college, and how college helps them navigate life. The students pick the topics, Dr. Brown turns on the mic, and we all can listen to what they have to say...

Latest Episodes

Episode 026: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #5)

This episode is the fifth in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Sebastian - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

5 MIN3 d ago
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Episode 026: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #5)

Episode 025: Individual Student Reflection on Episode 001

In this episode, Marcus summarizes and shares his opinion on an early episode (Episode 001: High School - Does It Prepare You For College). Also, what does Marcus think of Dr. Brown's Declassified College Survival Podcast as a vehicle to amplify student voice? ...no spoilers here... you have to listen to find out! Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Marcus - Learn more about Dr. Brown and his mission to create authentic educational experiences for students at www.ericbrownphd.com/

10 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 025: Individual Student Reflection on Episode 001

Episode 024: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 4)

This episode is the fourth in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Elizabeth - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

8 MINAPR 24
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Episode 024: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 4)

Episode 023: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 3)

This episode is the third in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Brayan - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

7 MINAPR 23
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Episode 023: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 3)

Episode 022: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #2)

This episode is the second in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Arnaldo - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

7 MINAPR 23
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Episode 022: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #2)

Episode 021: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #1)

This episode is the first in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Instrumental Introduction by Eduardo [Autumn Leaves - rendition by Joe Pass] - Learn more about Dr. Brown at https://www.ericbrownphd.com/

12 MINAPR 14
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Episode 021: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #1)

Episode 020: What is Success?

What is success? In today's episode, my college students give you the answer. As always, their words are wise... and they share some profound insights. A must listen for all students and educators! Notes: - Learn more about Dr. Brown at ericbrownphd.com - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

46 MINAPR 11
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Episode 020: What is Success?

Episode 019: Why Does It Take More Than 4 Years to Graduate?

In today's episode, Dr. Brown sits down with his students to discuss... "Why does it takes so long to graduate college?" What are the hurdles? Is it ok to be a part-time student? As always, their words are wise... and they share some surprising insights. Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

48 MINMAR 24
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Episode 019: Why Does It Take More Than 4 Years to Graduate?

Episode 018: Fear

In today's episode, Dr. Brown talks with his students about fear. How do they define fear? What are their fears and how do they navigate them... to ensure they succeed in college... and in life? Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

43 MINMAR 17
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Episode 018: Fear

Episode 017: Life Confrontations of a College Student

In today's episode, Dr. Brown sits down with his students to talk about major life challenges that a student may face while in college. Do these challenges hurt their progress through college? Does college help them navigate these life hurdles? Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

37 MINFEB 7
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Episode 017: Life Confrontations of a College Student

Latest Episodes

Episode 026: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #5)

This episode is the fifth in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Sebastian - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

5 MIN3 d ago
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Episode 026: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #5)

Episode 025: Individual Student Reflection on Episode 001

In this episode, Marcus summarizes and shares his opinion on an early episode (Episode 001: High School - Does It Prepare You For College). Also, what does Marcus think of Dr. Brown's Declassified College Survival Podcast as a vehicle to amplify student voice? ...no spoilers here... you have to listen to find out! Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Marcus - Learn more about Dr. Brown and his mission to create authentic educational experiences for students at www.ericbrownphd.com/

10 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 025: Individual Student Reflection on Episode 001

Episode 024: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 4)

This episode is the fourth in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Elizabeth - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

8 MINAPR 24
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Episode 024: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 4)

Episode 023: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 3)

This episode is the third in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Brayan - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

7 MINAPR 23
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Episode 023: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection 3)

Episode 022: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #2)

This episode is the second in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, no editing... just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Voice: Arnaldo - Learn more about Dr. Brown at www.ericbrownphd.com/

7 MINAPR 23
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Episode 022: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #2)

Episode 021: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #1)

This episode is the first in a series of episodes where Dr. Brown's college students were asked to reflect on the importance of having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing in understanding today's COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. If a person does not currently possess such a scientific understanding, is it their duty to acquire this knowledge? No politics, no spin, just authentic scientific reflection and education at work. Listen to see what my students have to say! Below is the prompt my students were given in constructing their responses: Based on what you learned from the materials provided in class and from your prior knowledge, please answer all the below questions in regard to the current social distancing measures that almost all citizens in the USA (and the world) are currently being asked to follow because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic. - What is the null hypothesis in this situation? - What is the alternative hypothesis that is being proposed? - What is the independent variable in this experiment? - What are some dependent variables? (certainly there are more than one that will be measured… list at least three… be specific) - What are some standardized variables? - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to reject the null hypothesis? (and accept the alternative hypothesis as a tentative truth) (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Predicting ahead, what would the data have to look like in the end for us to fail to reject our null hypothesis? (What assumptions would we likely have to make in this situation?) - Why is having a basic understanding of the scientific method and hypothesis testing important for you during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) time? Do you have a duty as a citizen of the world to acquire these basic understandings? (These are open-ended questions, so please answer them in a manner that resonates with you. Say what you really believe, not what you think I want you to say. Be specific. Apply it to your life right now. Please don’t get political – just answer the questions as they apply to you.) Notes: - Intro Music: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android” - Student Instrumental Introduction by Eduardo [Autumn Leaves - rendition by Joe Pass] - Learn more about Dr. Brown at https://www.ericbrownphd.com/

12 MINAPR 14
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Episode 021: COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Scientific Method, & Hypothesis Testing (Student Reflection #1)

Episode 020: What is Success?

What is success? In today's episode, my college students give you the answer. As always, their words are wise... and they share some profound insights. A must listen for all students and educators! Notes: - Learn more about Dr. Brown at ericbrownphd.com - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

46 MINAPR 11
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Episode 020: What is Success?

Episode 019: Why Does It Take More Than 4 Years to Graduate?

In today's episode, Dr. Brown sits down with his students to discuss... "Why does it takes so long to graduate college?" What are the hurdles? Is it ok to be a part-time student? As always, their words are wise... and they share some surprising insights. Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

48 MINMAR 24
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Episode 019: Why Does It Take More Than 4 Years to Graduate?

Episode 018: Fear

In today's episode, Dr. Brown talks with his students about fear. How do they define fear? What are their fears and how do they navigate them... to ensure they succeed in college... and in life? Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

43 MINMAR 17
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Episode 018: Fear

Episode 017: Life Confrontations of a College Student

In today's episode, Dr. Brown sits down with his students to talk about major life challenges that a student may face while in college. Do these challenges hurt their progress through college? Does college help them navigate these life hurdles? Listen to find out! Notes: - freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rose…_For_Podcasts/ “Let’s Start at the Beginning” & “Glass Android”

37 MINFEB 7
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Episode 017: Life Confrontations of a College Student
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