This is "Reframe": New podcast highlights research in education and health
William Berg discusses his research and work "Exploring the Mysteries of Movement" in one of several new "Reframe"podcasts produced by the College of Education, Health and Society.
The College of Education, Health and Society introduces a new podcast featuring in-depth stories and insightful interviews with EHS faculty, students and alumni.
“We are calling this audio series “Reframe” because in the ongoing pursuit of collaboration, diversity, wellness and social justice, there will always be a need for fresh perspectives and new ideas,” said James Loy, who is the voice conducting the interviews.
Loy, a member of the EHS communications team, worked in radio prior to joining Miami last year. His on-air and production experience include markets in Colorado, Denver and New York. Currently, he is on air at Mix 94.9 FM in Cincinnati.
Current interviews include:
- “Refining and Redefining Literacy” with Paula Saine, associate professor, teacher education.
- “Knowledge Consumers to Producers” with Thomas Poetter, professor, curriculum studies.
- “Exploring the Mysteries of Movement” with William Berg, associate professor, kinesiology and health.
- “Performance Management Parallels Between Teachers and Physicians” with Andrew Saultz, assistant professor, educational policy.
- “Fantasy Sport’s Social and Academic Impact” with Brody Ruihley, assistant professor, kinesiology and health.
- “Proactive Positivity and School Culture” with Amity Noltemeyer, associate professor, school psychology.
- “Managing Evolving Teacher Environments” with Michelle Cosmah, clinical faculty, teacher education.