Helllllloooo C&C Followers! Good news! For those of you not in the know, I'm finally in the last stages of writing my book! However, that does mean I actually need to finish writing (and researching) the final chapters. But don't worry. There is actual light at the end of the tunnel, even if at the… Continue reading An Update
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*Special LIVE interview with Start-up Guru, Brady Simpson!* This Saturday, the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast is hosting a LIVE online studio interview, followed by Q&A, with Start-up Guru and serial entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Brady Simpson. As Founder and Owner of two consumer hardware start-ups and one consumer travel software start-up (in addition to running product at LinkedIn), he… Continue reading REGISTER for *Special LIVE online interview with Start-up Guru, Brady Simpson!*
Who doesn't love to win free stuff? The short answer is: nobody. By becoming a free subscriber or a monthly C&C Patron, you automatically are added to our list to become one of our monthly C&C Merchandise winners. To see if you are this month's winner, make sure to listen in to our upcoming July… Continue reading Month of June: C&C Merch winner!
On Saturday I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr Kristin Stasiowski of Kent State University, who wowed us with her presentation, or what she refers to as a 'Dante self-help' guide for our Patrons of the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast. This creative approach to exploring the job hunt for academics and industry professionals is… Continue reading Guest lecture: Discovering your talents during times of crisis
For those who enjoyed last week's episode on 'Turning Negatives into Positives', Dr Kristin Stasiowski will be doing a follow-up guest lecture on Saturday, September 19th at 4pm BST on 'Discovering our talents during times of crisis'. This live online 20 min lecture (followed by a 10 min Q&A) will be a great discussion for those who… Continue reading Sign up for Guest Lecture on ‘Discovering talents during times of crisis’
Our last episode in the COVID series is now available! Dr Ann Wand Wand sits down with Dr Kristin Stasiowski of Kent State University, independent scholar, Dr Mounia Mnouer, and PhD Candidate of the University of Munich, Sohaib Riaz, to discuss how they have rediscovered their passions for family, hobbies, and nature during times of… Continue reading Episode 20: COVID Series Part V: Turning Negatives into Positives
Our final guest speaker for Saturday's episode on 'Turning Negatives into Positives' features Dr Kristin Stasiowski of Kent State University who will be discovering her rediscovered love of nature during these times of crisis. Dr Kristin Stasiowski, Kent State University Having worked in study abroad/study away at Kent State University, I have done some major… Continue reading Dr Kristin Stasiowski on ‘Turning Negatives into Positives’
Our next guest speaker for episode 20 on 'Turning Negatives into Postives' features independent scholar, Dr Mounia Mnouer, who will be talking about rediscovering her family's history during the colonization of Morocco. ******* I am an Indigenous, Muslim North African, specifically from Morocco. I reside in Arizona, in a beautiful mountain town north of the… Continue reading Dr Mounia Mnouer on ‘Turning Negatives into Positives’
Our next podcast episode on ‘Turning Negatives into Positives’ features three very interesting academics who life stories during this pandemic are worth sharing with everyone. Our first speaker is Sohaib Riaz (Author name: Sohaib Bodla), PhD candidate at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Munich, Germany, who will be talking to us… Continue reading Sohaib Bodla on ‘Turning Negatives into Positives’