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Data Doyenne

Data Doyenne

By Dr. Pauline W. Hoffmann
A podcast for the data nerd and the data nervous
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Why can't we all just get along? Congress To Campus: Part One
Each year our university participates in the Congress to Campus program bringing a bipartisan team of former members of Congress (that's one democrat and one republican) to campus. I was fortunate enough to interview Peter H. Kostmayer, D-PA, and David A. Trott, R-MI. Get ready for an interesting discussion about politics, leadership and working together. Hint: It can be done.
30:42
December 2, 2021
National Rural Health Day
Thursday, November 18 is National Rural Health Day in the United States. Dr. Connie Perkins, founding director of the nursing program at St. Bonaventure University, makes a return visit to the podcast (back by popular demand) to discuss the uniqueness of rural health care. Learn why celebrating rural health day is so important.
45:30
November 18, 2021
November is National Family Caregivers Month
There are more than 53 million family caregivers in the United States. 61% of those caregivers are women who work a full-time job and devote about 20 hours per week to caring for a family member with many caring for more than one family member. Join Data Doyenne and Ann Battaglia, chief executive officer of the Health Community Alliance, as they discuss family caregivers and the support available for both caregiver and recipient.
41:44
November 4, 2021
SPOOKtober: Witches and Halloween
As a practicing Witch, Data Doyenne enjoys talking about what brought her to the practice as well as how many others practice. Listen as she and special guest Hannah Gordon talk about their own experiences with the Craft. We also explore the history of "witches" as well as modern "witch hunts."  Halloween - or Samhain - is sacred to witches. We discuss why.  Consider this your introduction to Wicca and Witches. Also, learn about a new venture!
36:42
October 28, 2021
Fairies, Fairy Tales and Fables
Stories about fairies and fairy-like creatures abound in many cultures. Fairy tales and fables are also prevalent around the world. Many fairy tales are rooted in real stories. Listen as special guest Hannah Gordon and I talk about all things wee and wonderful.
31:01
October 21, 2021
Cryptids
The second in our SPOOKtober spectacular. Learn all about cryptids past and present. What do we know about creatures and what do we still have to learn and explore?
35:29
October 14, 2021
SPOOKtober starts with Ghosts and Spirits
October is spooky and we all love to be frightened. Join us as we discuss who among us believes in ghosts as well as how you know your house is haunted. 
33:31
October 7, 2021
Episode 26 - Evolution
Evolution and punctuated equilibrium and biogeography, oh my. We discuss biological theories related to the social sciences and note key disruptors. We get really nerdy in this episode. 
37:04
September 30, 2021
Episode 25 - Systems Theory
This week we dive into Systems Theory and discuss how everything is connected. 
39:31
September 23, 2021
Episode 24 - The Great Resignation Pt 2
The great resignation. Part 2 of our series with Megan Wagner back as we discuss how organizations may benefit during the great resignation and how to keep good employees. 
47:57
September 16, 2021
Episode 23 - The Great Resignation Pt 1
Part 1 of the Guest Resignation features special guest Megan Wagner. We touch on what the great resignation is and data around those most affected. We also get all riled up again about generational differences
41:54
September 9, 2021
Episode 22 - Back To School
Back to school...it'll cost ya. We discuss college costs here and abroad and which programs get you the best ROI (return on investment). 
32:12
September 2, 2021
Episode 21 - Yoga
Wellness: Part 2 of 2. This week we talk about yoga and how and why you can and should incorporate it into your life. 
31:53
August 26, 2021
Episode 20 - Wellness
Part 1 of 2 episodes dealing with wellness and yoga. Christine Murphy joins us and helps to explain what constitutes wellness and how you may improve yours. 
32:57
August 19, 2021
Episode 19 - Generations
Generations: why can't we all get along? Who's entitled and who's out of touch? Tune in to find out. 
37:23
August 12, 2021
Episode 18 - Art Therapy / Career Paths
Art therapy or... what should Bryce do with his life? Join us as we talk about how to find your path and share the data to help you do so. 
35:23
August 5, 2021
Episode 17 - Olympics
Tokyo 2020 (in 2021) Olympics are happening now. Join us for some fun facts about the Olympics.
36:23
July 29, 2021
Episode 16 - Sun Exposure
Sun exposure: what are the risks and how do you protect yourself and others. 
41:17
July 22, 2021
Episode 15 - Travel and Recreation
Where, how and why do people travel? Join us to find out. 
38:00
July 15, 2021
Episode 14 - Cybersecurity and Ransomware Pt 2
Cybersecurity and ransomware, part 2. How can we protect ourselves? Dr. Hossein Sarrafzadeh continues our discussion. 
30:48
July 8, 2021
Episode 13 - Cybersecurity and Ransomware Pt 1
Join us and Dr. Hossein Sarrafzadeh as we talk about the dangers of the dark web. 
30:12
July 1, 2021
Episode 12 - Dairy Month
June is National Dairy Month. Join us as we learn more about dairy products around the world and the environmental impact. 
22:01
June 24, 2021
Episode 11 - Father's Day
This week we talk about Father's Day and what you are doing for dad. 
20:01
June 17, 2021
Episode 10 - The Filibuster
WTF (what the filibuster)? Dr. Bart Lambert, associate professor in political science, joins us to explain what a filibuster is and how it's used. 
41:44
June 10, 2021
Episode 9 - Cryptocurrency
Blockchain, NFTs and crypto, oh my. Dr. Zachary Rodriquez joins us this week to explain all things cryptocurrency. 
46:11
June 3, 2021
Episode 8 - Exercise
Summer is coming and with summer comes outdoor exercise. What exercises are popular and what are some mistakes you make. 
23:39
May 27, 2021
Episode 7 - Nurses Week
May is National Nurses Month. Join us as we talk about nursing careers and patient safety with RN Dr. Connie Perkins. 
40:16
May 20, 2021
Episode 6 - Online Learning
Online learning: What is distance education and online learning? How has COVID-19 changed it? Tune in this week to find out.
27:45
May 13, 2021
Episode 5 - Mother's Day
Mother's Day is May 9th. How do people honor mom? Listen to find out. 
29:40
May 6, 2021
Episode 4 - COVID-19 Infectious Diseases Pt 2
Dr. Xiaoning Zhang, professor of biochemistry, continues the conversation about COVID by discussing vaccines and what else we can do to stay safe. 
36:30
April 29, 2021
Episode 3 - COVID-19 Infectious Diseases Pt 1
Dr. Xiaoning Zhang, professor of biochemistry, joins us to talk about COVID statistics and facts. We clear up some common misconceptions and discuss how to stay safe. 
39:08
April 22, 2021
Episode 2 - National Park Week
National Park Week is April 17 - April 25. Earth Day is April 22. Join us as we discuss National Park data and National parks, and tips to celebrate Earth Day. 
40:38
April 15, 2021
Episode 1 - Introduction
Dr. Pauline Hoffmann and her co-host, Bryce Murphy explore all things data - what it is, how to vet sources, what's useful and why it's important. For the data nerd or data nervous. A Ratchet Boi Records production. 
39:24
April 8, 2021