Psyched about Psychology with guest Mitchell Ferguson-Podcast
Mitchell Ferguson, Assistant Professor in Life University’s Psychology Department, discusses what sets apart our University’s Psychology programs as a more robust and well-rounded educational paradigm.
Career Exploration Through Career Services, with Samantha Clark -Podcast
Career exploration is an important part of personal and professional growth. Samantha Clark, Director of Career Services at Life U, encourages students to equip themselves with the best knowledge and tools available to them through the University in order to reach their highest potential.
Positivity and Impact from the M.S in Positive Psychology program, with Alette Stache and Alison Smith-Podcast
Follow two accomplished Life University M.S in Positive Psychology students, Alette Stache and Alison Smith, as they ruminate on how this one-of-a-kind online program has helped them to grow personally. As they both approach graduation rapidly, it is a time of reflection and gratitude.
Solid foundations of Chiropractic Research, with Dr. Stephanie Sullivan -Podcast
Research is the bedrock on which we build, “research of clinical relevance to the patients and profession of chiropractic, embodying the core values of Life University.” Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Director of Life U’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR), explains further about CCR’s mission and its potential impact.
Rugby History at Life University and Beyond, With Coach Colton Cariaga -Podcast
Coach Colton Cariaga, Life U Men’s Rugby Coach, gives a crash course on the origins of Rugby as a whole, the origins of Rugby at Life U and a look at the future of the sport as a professional entity
In the business of building better business students, with Dr. Marla Thompson -Podcast
Let’s get down to business with Dr. Marla Thompson, Adjunct Professor in the Business Department, as she details riveting developments in Life U’s business programs.
Engaging Podcasts for the Environmentally Conscious and Curious
Earth.org suggests some phenomenal podcasts for the environmentally inclined in their guide, “15 Best Environmental Podcasts of 2022.” So in a free moment on a walk, doing errands or on your commute, you can educate yourself on significant environmental subjects.
Opportunities for Health Care Professionals with the Armed Forces, with Dr. Michael Smith and Dr. Saphronia Johnson-Podcast
Dr. Michael Smith, Ph.D, Associate Dean of the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS) and Dr. Saphronia Johnson, Ph.D, Assistant Dean of Natural Sciences, recently represented Life University in a partnership with the U.S Armed Forces to help connect students with work opportunities and tuition coverage though military service. Learn more about the benefits of caring for troops and veterans in this podcast.
Paving new paths with Life U Women’s Flag Football, with Coach Jenitra Shields- Podcast
Life University is making history with forming one of the first collegiate Women’s Flag Football teams, as well as being the first to provide scholarships for the sport. Life U is currently being honored in the Chick-Fil-A Hall of Fame for these efforts. Coach Jenitra Shields gears up for the inaugural season and hypes up the Life U Running Eagles to cheer their team on and even consider participating.
Making Math Beautiful: The Connection of Mathematics and Music, with Jeremy Kastine – Podcast
Math is one of those things in our lives that many of us think of as flat and uninspired, but in fact math makes the world go round. Jeremy Kastine, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, opens us up to the many possibilities that math allows for, in particular how it relates to music.