Redefine U

Redefine U

What makes us change? How does it happen? Why is it easier for some than others? With the help of storytellers and experts, Redefine U explores what happens when we’re challenged to change our beliefs, our thoughts or even who we think we are.... Show More

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September 15, 2020 30 min

What was it like to redefine a podcast about redefining? Join host Dan Baum as he pulls back the curtain to talk to the podcast team. They’ll share their favorite moments of the spring and summer seasons, what they’ve learned and their hopes for the fall.

For show notes: www.aacc.edu/podcast

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What are you reading or writing? For our summer series, Redefine U asks members of the college community to read excerpts from their original work. In this episode, Eli Jacobs shares and discusses an excerpt from her unpublished novella, “Guppy.”

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What are you reading or writing? For our summer series, Redefine U asks members of the college community to read excerpts from their original work. In this episode, Heather Rellihan shares and discusses the personal narrative she used to introduce her book, “Theory and Praxis: Women's and Gender Studies at Community Colleges.”

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What are you reading or writing? For our summer series, Redefine U asks members of the college community to read excerpts from their original work. In this episode, Garrett Brown shares and discusses his series of poems reflecting on technology’s intersections with art, culture and other aspects of our society.

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What are you reading or writing? For our summer series, Redefine U asks members of the college community to read excerpts from their original work. In this first episode of the series, Danny Hoey, Ph.D. shares and discusses his short story, “The Watermelon Eating Contest.”

For show notes and to read the full work, visit www.aacc.edu/podcast.

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May 26, 2020 18 min

What have we learned and what would we like to retain from this redefining time? In our final episode of season 2, host Dan Baum reflects on how all of us — including the podcast team — had to redefine ourselves this spring. We hear again from our guests as they recount wisdom for the present and hopes for the future.

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May 12, 2020 19 min

As an additional departure from our regular format and as a preview of our off-season episodes, Candice Mayhill reads her powerful blog post, “My Big Fat Community College: A love letter to my community and its college.” She and host Dan Baum then discuss what inspired her, what she learned and of course, how she redefined herself.

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April 28, 2020 26 min

What is the difference between health and wellness? How do we stay well in a changed world? Host Dan Baum talks with Nicole Reed about health, fitness and the role connection plays in our overall well-being.

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April 21, 2020 17 min

In a pandemic, how can we meet the needs of the most vulnerable in our community? Join host Dan Baum for a conversation with Debbie Hammond about her past experience, current perspective and how community is the very essence of public health.

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April 14, 2020 21 min

How do we serve others in our community when we can’t physically connect with them in person? Join host Dan Baum as he talks to Trésa Ballard about her experience with the changing landscape of service learning.

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April 7, 2020 26 min

How do we find balance amidst a swirl of bad news and hardship? Join host Dan Baum as he talks to Dr. Phil Terry-Smith about his experience responding to some of our nation’s greatest crises and the importance of caring for ourselves to develop greater resilience.

For show notes, visit: https://www.aacc.edu/newsroom/redefine-u/episodes/episode-15/

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March 31, 2020 27 min

What is ambiguous loss? Join host Dan Baum as he talks to Sara Meinsler about the feelings of grief so many are experiencing and how we can develop resiliency in the face of a pandemic. 

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March 24, 2020 52 sec

We're redefining our schedule and upcoming episodes to focus on transformation in the face of a pandemic. Join host Dan Baum and his guests for a series of conversations to learn how we process and persist in a rapidly changing world.

Catch up on episodes! www.aacc.edu/podcast

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March 3, 2020 35 min

Sometimes, it’s not the stories we tell ourselves, but the stories others tell that hold us back. How do we move past the negative messages within our culture? Join host Dan Baum as he talks to Tiffany Boykin, Ph.D., and Kellie McCants Price, Ph.D., about their experiences and what can be learned and even gained from our differences.

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February 18, 2020 41 min

How do you go from shy and uncertain to confident speaker and leader? Host Dan Baum talks to Kevin Lemus and Forrest Caskey about the power of trust, community and having someone believe in you.

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February 4, 2020 35 min

What does it mean to find a second family? Host Dan Baum talks to Duane Herr and Trey Anderson about finding family in team sports and how that has impacted their lives on and off the field.

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Learn more about Athletics at AACC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDGDc83ZSRs&t=13s

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January 21, 2020 43 min

When dark times come, how do you keep going? Can a shift in perspective help? Join host Dan Baum as he talks to Briana Barone and Jackie Gambone about the power empathy and gratitude can have on teaching and life.

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December 17, 2019 22 min

Host Dan Baum summarizes what we’ve learned about transformation and shares his redefining story. We also hear exciting news for one of our previous guests!

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December 3, 2019 32 min

How do you persist through life’s challenges? Who do you look to for help, especially if you’re from an at-risk population? In this episode, host Dan Baum talks to Marshall Campbell and Leon Thomas about their experiences and the importance of connection. 

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November 19, 2019 25 min

Why pursue two seemingly unconnected passions? Listen in as host Dan Baum discovers the link between chemistry and dance from Seth McCoy, who tells us how he chose to pursue both. Lynda Fitzgerald explains what dance and teaching dancers has meant to her.

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