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44 minutes | 4 days ago
Eating, Drinking, and Psychiatric Medication with Prof. F. Scott Kraly
Join Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience F. Scott Kraly as he shares some of his more than 20 years of research into how the human brain regulates eating and drinking, and how psychiatric medications have changed through the years, in this all new episode of 13.
45 minutes | 19 days ago
International Student Life at Colgate
Join Colgate's Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Services Kerra Hunter in this all new episode of 13. Hunter works to support Colgate's international student population which currently hails from 44 countries around the world. Hunter discusses the visa requirements for international students, and the ways the University works to make their transition to studying in the United States as seamless as possible.
45 minutes | a month ago
Martian Glaciers, Drone Research, and Geology with Prof. Joe Levy
Join Colgate Assistant Professor of Geology Joe Levy as he talks about his work with NASA to learn more about Mars, the ancient history of glaciers on the red planet, and how a major National Science Foundation grant is helping to train student drone pilots on this all new episode of 13.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
Colgate Athletics with VP Nicki Moore
Join Vice President and Director of Athletics Nicki Moore as she talks about the University's return to competition during the pandemic, memorable game moments, and the drive to build an even stronger inclusive community of excellence on this all new episode of 13.
60 minutes | 2 months ago
The LGBTQ Digital History Project
Join Professor of Mathematics and LGBTQ Studies Ken Valente, and Head of Special Collections and University Archives, Professor Sarah Keen, as they discuss a multi-year digital history project focused on the legacy of LGBTQ students and activism at Colgate. This episode includes voices from the digital history project along with students involved in collecting the oral histories. Assistant Professor of LGBTQ Studies Paul Humphrey also joins the show to discuss how he plans to use the work in one of his courses this semester.
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Arts, Creativity, and Innovation with Alumnus Dan Benton
Join Alumnus Dan Benton ’80, H’10, P’10 and Professors Leseligh Cushing and Mary Simonson as they discuss Benton's recent $25 million gift to Colgate and what it means for the future of innovation on this liberal arts campus.
63 minutes | 3 months ago
Special Episode: Civil War in Ethiopia
Civil war has erupted in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, and most of the world is in the dark about what is happening thanks to a communications blackout in the country. Join Associate Professor of Biology Endga Hagos, who grew up in the Tigray region and still has family there today, to learn more about this ongoing conflict and the humanitarian crisis being left in its wake. Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies and Director of Women's Studies Susan Thomson also joins the episode to help provide historical background and current geopolitical context to the ongoing situation.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
The Art of Communicating with Vice President of Communications Laura Jack
Colgate University’s Vice President of Communications Laura Jack talks about communicating during a pandemic, building brand consistency within different targeted audiences, and the unique opportunities working at a liberal arts university provides.
50 minutes | 4 months ago
The Elusive Quality of Charisma with Prof. Keating
In 2021’s first episode of 13, Professor of Psychology Carrie Keating shares her insight on the physiology of leadership, how she came to study nonverbal communication and assessing charisma, the impact of society’s move to more remote, and how the balance between reward and punishment are used to form strong social bonds.
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Natural Law and Social Justice in Thomistic Political Philosophy with Prof. Kraynak
Join Professor of Political Science Robert Kraynak as he shares insight into his latest research about Thomas Aquinas's idea of natural law (a higher moral law for politics) and its development by later Thomists (dubbed neo-Thomists), in this all new special episode of 13.
87 minutes | 6 months ago
Refugees, Forced Migration, and Demography with Prof. Ellen Percy Kraly
Join the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies Ellen Percy Kraly as she shares insight into her research related to global forced migration, refugees in the United States, and the history of a major art repatriation effort at Colgate in this all new episode of 13.
53 minutes | 6 months ago
Modern Agriculture, Infrastructure, and food with Prof. Chris Henke
Join Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies Chris Henke as he shares his research into the development of California as a food production powerhouse, the social influence of infrastructure on society, and discover his favorite recipe (included in the show notes), on this all new episode of 13.
50 minutes | 6 months ago
A look at the 2020 Election results so far
Colgate political science faculty members gather for a round table discussion of what happened on Election Day, 2020. Professor Michael Hayes, and Assistant Professors Sam Rosenfeld and Matt Luttig share their insights into the disparities between election-night results and national polls, a divided Congress, and the future of the Republican and Democratic parties in this all new special episode of 13.
35 minutes | 6 months ago
Grandparents caring for children with disabilities
Join Colgate University Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology Ynesse Abdul-Malak and Syracuse University Professor of Sociology Madonna Harrington Meyer, as they discuss their research related to grandparents caring for grandchildren with disabilities in this all new episode of 13.
33 minutes | 7 months ago
Campus Safety and COVID-19 Response with Colgate AVP Gough
Join Colgate’s Associate Vice President for Campus Safety, Emergency Management, and Environmental Health and Safety Dan Gough as he talks about the University’s response to COVID-19, how Colgate operates during emergency situations, and more in this all new episode of 13.
17 minutes | 7 months ago
Special Episode: 13 Minutes with Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Tomlinson
Join Professor Tomlinson as she discusses details about a new paper she co-authored about the psychology of aging, titled “Growing Into Retirement: Longitudinal Evidence for the Importance of Partner Support for Self-Expansion,” on an all new special episode of 13.
30 minutes | 8 months ago
Title: Why Small Dogs Tend to Outlive Large Dogs, with Prof. Ana Jimenez
Assistant Professor of Biology Ana Jimenez studies the reasons why most small dogs tend to outlive their larger counterparts, and she also works to understand the impacts of climate change on songbirds. Dig deeper into the biology behind these questions in this new episode of 13.
20 minutes | 8 months ago
Special Episode: 13 minutes with Alicia Simmons, associate professor of sociology
Join us for an all new special episode of 13 in which Associate Professor of Sociology Alicia Simmons shares news of a new endeavor to create online course content for a broad audience titled, Sociology 101: How Social Forces Shape Our Lives.
92 minutes | 9 months ago
State Development in Latin America and Mexico with Prof. Ibarra Del Cueto
Join Colgate Assistant Professor of Political Science Juan Fernando Ibarra Del Cueto for an in-depth look at state building, democratization, and the relationship between political and economic development in Mexico and Latin America, in this all new episode of 13.
56 minutes | 9 months ago
Design Thinking, Online Learning, and Volcanology with Prof. Harpp and students
Join Colgate Professor of Geology and Peace and Conflict Studies Karen Harpp to learn about her volcanology work in the Galapagos, and how she and her students have explored different modes of online learning and interaction.
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