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I want to welcome students of anthropology (from all degrees) as well as interested staff (and anthropology enthusiasts) to attend this upcoming one-hour LIVE panel discussion (including online Q&A), hosted by the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast, set for Saturday, 2 October 2021 at 14:00 BST. Our discussants are anthropologists, Dr Laurens Bakker of the University of Amsterdam, and… Continue reading Employment advice for Anthropologists- LIVE Panel discussion
*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!*
I wanted to give you guys the exclusive heads-up about our first Special Edition coming up next month. Rather than hold a bi-monthly workshop, we’re going to try something different and do a LIVE podcast recording for our Patrons with Start-up Guru and serial entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Brady Simpson. As Founder and Owner of… Continue reading Sign up for Patron-only Q&A with Start-up Guru, Brady Simpson
A few months ago, one of our guests from the New York Times, Dr Kacey Vu Shap, asked if he could come back as a guest host because he wanted to put Dr Wand ‘in the hot seat’. In this bonus episode, Dr Shap talks with Dr Wand about the importance of ‘thinking outside the… Continue reading Guest Host, Dr Kacey Vu Shap: On Creativity and The Oxford Method
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