Teaching

The Stuff You Don’t Plan For (But Should) With Jacob Kendall

Jacob Kendall was trained as an academic and was on the tenure track, when a lot changed. He underwent a second heart surgery, started a couple of businesses, left his job, got married, his father got very sick (and eventually died), he moved twice, started another grad program, and had his first child. Needless to…

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Mobiliser par l’humour avec Vikie Pedneault

Cette semaine sur le direct Au-delà de la thèse avec Papa PhD, je parle vulgarisation scientifique et humour avec mon invitée, Vikie Pedneault, a.k.a. Biolovik ! Biologiste, entrepreneure, humoriste, improvisatrice, communicatrice, Vikie a fait son secondaire en arts de la scène, puis son baccalauréat en Biologie, pour finalement devenir entrepreneure et humoriste à temps perdu….

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The Importance of Voice as an Academic and Beyond With Inês Moura

You may have done a few oral presentations, but are you making the best out of your voice when you’re speaking in public? In this Papa PhD expert interview, I talk with  Inês Moura about the importance our voice can have in graduate school, in our academic career, but also outside of the university walls….

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Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Academia With Shaz Zamore (Rerun)

This week on the show, I’m bringing you yet another treasure from the vault – my Season 2 conversation with Shaz Zamore about their vision for the future of academia. During my conversation with Shaz, I got a glimpse at what that change can look like – we dove into the current diversity and inclusivity…

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How To Stop Burnout In Its Tracks With Özgün Ünver

Burnout. You probably know someone who has gone through it, or you may have burnt out, yourself. Academic burnout is real and often taboo, and this week on the podcast, I am talking with a coach specializing in helping researchers avoid it and manage it – Özgün Ünver, form Mind Your Own Revisions. During our…

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Perfectionism With Dr. Isabeau Iqbal – A Self-Compassionate Professor Feed Drop

Last week on Papa PhD, I shared my recent conversation with Danielle De La Mare, creator and host of the Self-Compassionate Professor podcast. This week, I’m over-the-moon happy to have an episode of the Self-Compassionate Professor as a feed drop on Papa PhD – a conversation about perfectionism in academia with Dr. Isabeau Iqbal. Reach…

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Trusting the Path to Career Wellness With Danielle De La Mare

How well adjusted do you feel you are to your current career ? This week on Papa PhD, I’m sharing my recent conversation with Danielle De La Mare, creator and host of the Self-Compassionate Professor podcast, about her approach to promotion career wellness in the academic community. This is an exciting episode for me, because…

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Are Things Changing for the Better for Women in STEM? with Krishna Kadiyala (Rerun)

In this week on the show, I’m bringing you another treasure from the vault – my Season 2 conversation with Krishna Kadiyala about her experience as a woman in the STEM space, and in particular about her decision to have children during the PhD. While you’re here, I’ll take the opportunity to let you know…

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Le doctorat nous prépare-t-il à enseigner ? Avec Émilie Deschênes

Cette semaine sur Papa PhD, j’ai le plaisir de vous apporter une exploration avec mon invitée – Émilie Deschênes – sur les défis que présente le passage à l’enseignement, après le doctorat. Pendant notre conversation, nous avons aussi abordé des sujets plus larges dans le contexte de la carrière académique et, en particulier, du doctorat….

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University and Indigenous Peoples – Paths for Reconciliation With Naiomi Metallic

This week on Papa PhD, I have the pleasure of bringing you Naiomi Metallic, member of the Listuguj Mìgmaq First Nation to talk about her academic journey and about her reflections on paths to reconciliation with indigenous peoples in the context of access and inclusion in university. VIDEO Naiomi is from the Listuguj Mìgmaq First…

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