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Startup Cornell

Startup Cornell

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Startup Cornell is a podcast hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell that explores the bold entrepreneurial ideas coming from our students, faculty, staff and young alumni.
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Cornell University's Inclusive Excellence Podcast

Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity

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Join Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as they dive into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
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Fresh from the Hill: Inside Stories of Noteworthy Cornellians will give you an inside look into the lives of some of our most notable young Cornellians. Learn who they are and what role Cornell University played in their professional and personal lives. Communicator Award of Excellence winner 2020. Created and produced by Amanda Massa. Music by Kia Albertson-Rogers '13. Artwork by Chris Kelly.
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Weill Cornell Medicine

Weill Cornell Medicine

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At Weill Cornell Medicine, we connect the collective power of our integrated partners in education and research to provide world-class care for our individual patients—the center of everything we do.
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Welcome to the Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Podcast! Each episode features wide-ranging discussions with tech's top entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders about the most pressing issues facing them and the industry. The conversations were originally recorded as part of the monthly Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Speaker Series, which convenes students from Cornell Tech, Bloomberg employees, and members of New York’s tech community at Bloomberg’s Global Headquarters in New York City. Now, they're ...
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Ask an Astronomer! @ Cornell University

Ask an Astronomer! @ Cornell University

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We at Ask an Astronomer are a collection of volunteer graduate students at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, along with David Kornreich, a professor at Ithaca College. We have a website which we have run for about a decade where we answer a variety of astronomy related questions submitted by readers. Our website is http://curious.astro.cornell.edu.
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Going Out With Jake Cornell is a podcast about dining, nightlife, dancing, drinks and everything else that falls under the umbrella of “going out.” Here, comedian and former NYC hospitality pro Jake Cornell chats with celebs, comedians, restaurant owners and more about their perfect nights out. Tune in for restaurant recommendations, tips for making the most of nights out, and lots of laughs. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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I produce music that incorporates impressionistic, modernist, minimalistic, jazz, and rock elements that, for the most part, is suitable as relaxing, pensive background music. You can find my greater body of work on my YouTube, which you can find by searching for my name, there ("PJ Cornell"). I try to update this podcast weekly, but if you want access to my broader body of work as an improvisatory musician, please follow me on my social media.
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In this episode, Erin and Toral let listeners in on the evolving world of recruitment with Carolyn Chow (she/her/hers) and Brad Stock (he/him/his), colleagues and talent acquisition partners at Cornell. The pair share their unique journeys from applicants to recruiters at the university and how their experiences shape the way they engage with candi…
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Mason and Elaine talk with Manan Arya, Assistant Professor at Stanford University. They discuss very smart structural strategies, why we want to fold and unfold things in space, and "other things we know how to do as a species."द्वारा Mason Peck and Elaine Petro
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Our newest episode features Tim Barry ‘93, the chair and CEO of VillageMD, and this year’s Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year. Barry founded VillageMD in 2013 with the idea that he could use technology, population insights and a network of expert health care professionals to provide high-quality care, better patient outcomes and a reduction in total …
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Learn more about the books (and use promo code 09POD to save 30% off):https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501773365/the-color-of-desire/https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501765155/pink-triangle-legacies/Read the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/_EFsZxQPv5zbCURy-99A4uFVSQY?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we brought together tw…
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Espai monogràfic que presenta amb rigor el cant per dret i les arrels del flamenc, donant a conèixer al cantaor, “pal” del cant que interpreta, així com el “tocaor” que l’acompanya.Intermitentment i segons l’ocasió, aniversari del naixement o nou enregistrament discogràfic ens fem ressó de la biografia d’algun cantaor, presentant simultàniament les…
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Programa més antic de Ràdio Cornellà dedicat a la sardana, la música de cobla i la cultura popular. Tots els dissabtes de 9 a 11 del matí. L'Equip del programa el formen en Roger Cunill, na Laia Diez, en Kiko Belinchón i en Roger Marín. podcast recorded with enacast.com
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Our newest episode features Peyton Johnson, a member of the Class of 2024 and founder of a company that helps students find off-campus housing. Her company is part of this year’s eLab, a Cornell student accelerator powered by Student Agencies Foundation and Entrepreneurship at Cornell. Peyton is also a Milstein Scholar at Cornell and is majoring in…
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Join us in celebrating Women’s History Month as we delve into this year’s theme: "Appreciating women who advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion." In this episode, Erin and Toral are joined by Lauren Frederick (she/her/hers), colleague and administrative coordinator in Cornell’s Department of Inclusion and Belonging. With honesty and vulnerab…
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In this episode, Erin and Toral are joined by Ati Alipour (she/her/hers), assistant ombuds in the Cornell University Ombuds Office. Ati shares her rich history in the field of conflict resolution and mediation as a practicing attorney and former consultant for the United Nations. From understanding power imbalances to embracing differing perspectiv…
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Learn more about the book (and use promo code 09POD to save 30% off):https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501773808/a-slow-reckoning/Read the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/_ZDbUEgeMZgs_eaXLmNJzs8oWVI?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we speak with Vasilly Klimentov, author of the new book, A Slow Reckoning: The USSR, the Afghan Communist…
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In this second episode about Varda Space Industries' in-space manufacturing technology, Mason and Elaine speak with Wendy Shimata, Varda's Vice President for Autonomy. It was only a few days ago, on February 21 2024, that Varda's W-1 capsule successfully landed in the Utah desert. Wendy served as the Mission Director for the deorbit and reentry shi…
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Join Erin and Toral as they delve into the dynamic world of workplace mental health with Jasmine Jay (she/her/hers) and Wai-Kwong Wong (he/him/his) from Cornell’s Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP). Together, they explore the evolution of mental health awareness and share insights on fostering a supportive workplace culture. Tune in to hear …
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This is the first of two episodes in which Mason and Elaine speak with the leadership of Varda Space Industries about technologies for manufacturing in space. In this episode, Will Bruey, Varda’s CEO, explains why and how their first technology-demonstration mission, Winnebago, will produce ritonavir with unprecedented purity.…
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Our new episode features Harman Singh Narula ‘09, co-founder and CEO of Canary Technologies, a hotel technology company. Canary provides a host of guest-facing operations technologies to thousands of hotels across the globe.द्वारा Startup Cornell
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According to Carl Cornell’s (he/they) surname, one would think he was destined for the university. However, Carl’s path to Cornell was anything but traditional. In this episode, Erin and Carl dive into his journey and how he’s navigated his personal and professional lives with a unique intersection of identities. Now, as the assistant director of u…
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Download the FREE ebook:https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501772634/the-nature-study-idea/You can also save 30% off the print edition with promo code 09PODRead the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/xWNbdn02Wq4saEqPlItdUJd-LnM?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we speak with John Linstrom, editor of the definitive new edition of Liberty Hyd…
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In this episode, Erin and Toral talk with longtime Cornell colleagues Barbara Oh, Ph.D. ‘17 (she/her/hers) and Cate Thompson ‘83 (she/her/hers) about the important role both mentors and mentees play in enhancing personal and professional growth. The pair discuss how they met at the university and immediately forged a mutually fulfilling mentoring r…
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Learn more about the book (and use promo code 09POD to save 30% off):https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501773068/unraveling-the-gray-area-problemRead the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/Ckmr71FCYKFkd5oDyV0oR2AV0v8?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we speak with Luke Griffith, author of the new book Unraveling the Gray Area Problem: The …
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It's not wind, but photons that blow solar-sail spacecraft across vast distances. Mason and Elaine talk with Ryan Caverly, Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota, about his ideas regarding solar sails, tensegrity, and attitude control.द्वारा Mason Peck and Elaine Petro
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In the sixth of the CLAA Series for the Fresh from the Hill Podcast, CLAA board members interview the 2023 MacArthur ‘genius grant’ recipient, Manuel Muñoz, MFA ‘98. In his writing, Muñoz draws on his roots growing up in a Mexican-American family of farmworkers in California’s Central Valley to explore the impacts of racial politics and limited eco…
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We're taking a little break from our regularly scheduled series to feature the winners of the 2023 Robert S. Harrison '76 Recent Alumni Volunteer Award, which celebrates the service of a new generation of alumni volunteers and honoring Harrison’s long-standing commitment to Cornell. Harrison served as a student trustee from 1975 to 1976, launching …
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Learn more about the book (and use promo code 09POD to save 30% off):https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501772924/the-commander-in-chief-test/Read the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/docHKI5gdBYX9FRBeKMaarObkes?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we speak with Jeffrey Friedman, author of the new book The Commander-in-Chief Test: Public Opi…
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On this week’s episode, Erin and Toral are joined by Rachel Sumner and Stephen Kim, colleagues with the Intergroup Dialogue Project (IDP) at Cornell. They share what IDP is all about and how it has influenced communication across differences for over a decade. Tune in to hear their professional journeys from students to lecturers and their thoughts…
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Our newest episode features Matt Nastos ’10, CEO of Maison MRKT, a digital marketing agency specializing in growth marketing, customer acquisition, lead generation and business intelligence. Matt founded the agency with his brother, Lexi.Using technology and data analytics, the agency helps brands manage their customer relationships from discovery …
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Mary Carmen Gasco-Buisson '97 takes on our fifth episode of the CLAA series. Mary Carmen charts her path from the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico and how it took a chance bet for her to apply to Cornell. She talks about the community she built with folks like Kety during Summer/Fall of 1993 with COSEP as well as some of the struggles she had with…
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Read the book (use promo code 09POD to save 30%):https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501772320/faith-made-flesh/Read the transcript:https://otter.ai/u/EQUorUn0cr-GH9JMXYTaJ-G_2Po?utm_source=copy_urlIn this episode, we speak with editors Vajra Watson and Kindra Montgomery-Block, as well as contributor Patrice Hill, all of whom worked toget…
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Erin and Toral are joined by Adrian Durant (he/him/his), the head coach of men’s track and field at Cornell, for a conversation about his journey from the U.S. Virgin Islands to competing in college and the Olympics to becoming a head coach at an Ivy League institution. As one of the youngest track coaches in the country who has raced around the gl…
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