Thr!veCast explores how we can thrive despite our busy schedules and competing demands on our attention. Dr. Dominique Gummelt, director of University Wellness, hosts this weekly series on Instagram. Episodes are archived on IGTV, YouTube, and below. Presented by University Wellness.
Go: The Mission seeks to tell the stories of those who have made an impact and been impacted through service and mission – to encourage you in your own experience (Spotify, Apple). Produced by Dean Corey Johnson.
Andrews Speaks digs deep, highlighting cutting-edge research, thoughtful spiritual presentations and real stories of real people at Andrews University. Episodes explore ways that faculty, staff, students and alumni of Andrews University seek knowledge, affirm faith and change the world. We invite you to explore this library and to subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher, or by adding this URL to your feed reader – http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:335699802/sounds.rss. Produced by University Communication.
The Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Podcast was a short series addressing key topics covered by the TRHT Campus Center in a dialogue format with experts. Michael Nixon, Esq., who hosted the series, is vice president for Diversity & Inclusion (YouTube). Presented by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.
Stay Grounded, My Friends
Tony Stark has an anxiety attack in public (Iron Man 3) before Dean Keele, Dean Bartram and Dean Lizardi talk about their experience with stress and anxiety as well as explore a grounding technique that can help reduce the physiological effects of anxiety. DK closes out the episode with a few thoughts of his own. Music by Epidemic Sound.
(episode released April 12, 2021)
We listen behind the scenes to the MLB instant replay center (via THIS Sports Illustrated video) before another Around the Lab discussion of various topics. Dean Keele is joined by Dean Johnson for hosting duties, and they are joined by Rachel Keele, incoming director of University Wellness and director of the Andreasen Center for Wellness, and Michael Nixon, vice president for Diversity & Inclusion. Dean Johnson issues a closing thought at the end.
(episode released April 19, 2021)
Around the LAB!
The Meier Hall deans discuss a plethora of topics. Dean Bartram wraps it up with a lesson and a nod to Switchfoot.
(episode released April 5, 2021)
FREE MONEY! (It's Hard to See)
Fictional character Peter Brand has a conversation about money with a player before Deans Bartram, Johnson and Keele have a conversation with Orlando Lizardi about college finances and FREE MONEY in the form of scholarships.
Around the Horn
Deans Johnson, Bartram and Keele host a live virtual podcast event with rapid fire questions and possibly rushed hot takes. Dean Johnson drops an insight bomb at the end!
(episode released March 29, 2021)
Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It
Deans Bartram, Johnson and Keele chat through their experiences as student missionaries when they were in college and end with a recommendation to the listener. Spoiler: you should be an SM ...
(episode released March 15, 2021)
A Penny for Your Thoughts (Pt 2)
A young member of the German Coast Guard wonders what the people on the other end of the radio are thinking about before Deans Bartram, Johnson and Keele chat with students about their feelings and expectations for this semester, their views on getting vaccinated and their thoughts on the state of AU student-run social media accounts.
(episode released Feb. 8, 2021)
A Penny for Your Thoughts (Pt 1)
A Bad Lip Reading's Luke Skywalker shares a penny's worth of thoughts with Yoda before Dean Bartram and Dean Keele host a live discussion to hear what AU Students are thinking about topics ranging from the COVID-19 Pandemic to the 2020 Electoral Cycle. Dean Keele closes the episode with a few thoughts of his own. Music by Epidemic Sound.
(episode released Feb. 1, 2021)
Andrew Yang reminds us to "secure the bag" before Dean Bartram, Dean Johnson and Dean Keele lead a live discussion about identifying your bag and how to secure it. Featuring Meier Hall residents who hopped in live to share their views!
(episode released Jan. 17, 2021)
Michael Nixon, vice president for Diversity & Inclusion, hosted four conversations on racial justice and equality during the fall 2020 school year. Each episode is archived on YouTube and can be accessed below:
Episode 1. "The Brown Church," Pastor Daniel Duffis
Episode 2. "Building Bridges Across the Racial Divide," Larry & Sandy Feldman
Episode 3. "The Brown Adventist Church & More..." Pastor Manny Arteaga
Episode 4. Professor Douglas Morgan
You may also access the YouTube playlist.
Dominique Gummelt, director of University Wellness, launched the ThriveCast on Instagram during the fall 2020 semester. She led conversations with ten guests as they explored various facets of thriving. Each episode is archived on Instagram TV and YouTube and can be accessed below:
Additionally, you can access the YouTube Playlist.
Meylin Allen and Jordanne Howell-Walton, both graduates of Andrews University, discuss the peace march they organized with students from the Berrien Springs public high school. The event's purpose was to raise awareness about racial injustice and to call for change.
This episode is Part 1 of the conversation. Part 2 can be found on YouTube (including peace march footage).
To access more podcast episodes, please visit the Andrews Speaks webpage.
THEME MUSIC: “Onward” by Podington Bear (Free Music Archive)
PRODUCER: Jeff Boyd, University Communication
COPYRIGHT: ©2020 Andrews University
In this episode Bill Wolfer argues that failure is an important part of the learning process, an unavoidable feature of the road to success.
Bill Wolfer is an assistant professor of computer science, chair of the Department of Computing, and director of the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Also in this episode, Carlisle Sutton is back with another video for the World Changers 360 segment. Rather than showcasing a program by a campus group, this video is a message from Seventh-day Adventist General Conference President, Elder Ted Wilson. He thanks the Andrews community for service to humanity as an expression of faith, and he also encourages us to continue searching for creative ways to bless others in our local community and around the world.
View the video on Vimeo or in the player below.
This presentation on creativity, failure and success is the final episode of Season 2 of the Andrews Speaks podcast. Thank you for listening to this season as we addressed a number of important issues—change, mental and physical health, science and faith, environmental activism, racial injustice, and creativity. We'll see you again soon for Season 3!
In this episode Dr. Jay Brand invites us to again learn to play. To this end, he introduces us to the important concepts of divergent thinking and deep empathy. Dr. Brand is a professor of Leadership and Higher Education, and he has extensive experience in both academia and business.
Carlisle Sutton is also back with another video for the World Changers 360° segment. This time he shares a ministry that is serving in Cuba.
VIDEO EDITION: View the video on Vimeo or in the player below.