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Welcome to Lecture Me Not, the podcast that brings you a bit closer to the prof! I'm your host, Ethan, and this will attempt to bridge what seems like a large gap between professors and students, bit by bit with questions that will bring to light what the instructors actually think. Tune in bi-weekly for some light-hearted interviews - class is (not) in session!

Welcome to Lecture Me Not, the podcast that brings you a bit closer to the prof! I'm your host, Ethan, and this will attempt to bridge what seems like a large gap between professors and students, bit by bit with questions that will bring to light what the instructors actually think. Tune in bi-weekly for some light-hearted interviews - class is (not) in session!
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Canada

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Welcome to Lecture Me Not, the podcast that brings you a bit closer to the prof! I'm your host, Ethan, and this will attempt to bridge what seems like a large gap between professors and students, bit by bit with questions that will bring to light what the instructors actually think. Tune in bi-weekly for some light-hearted interviews - class is (not) in session!

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English


Episodes

4: Episode 4 - Prof. Colleen Dockstader

11/5/2018
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Today, we interview Prof. Colleen Dockstader at the University of Toronto about her experiences as a professor in the Human Biology Department at the University of Toronto. We also talk about her opinions on self-care, professor-student interactions and planning for future goals!

Duration:00:36:11

3: Episode 3 - Geith Maal-Bared

10/21/2018
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Today, we interview Geith Maal-Bared at the University of Toronto about his time as a PhD student at the University of Toronto. We also talk about his opinions on how to succeed in research, getting research opportunities and his tips for undergrads!

Duration:00:40:07

2: Episode 2 - Professor Ashley Waggoner-Denton

10/1/2018
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Today, we interview Professor Ashley Waggoner-Denton at the University of Toronto about her time at the University as a professor in the Psychology department. We also talk about her opinions on why the syllabi are important, as well as first impressions, her teaching style, research opportunities and more!

Duration:00:34:12

1: Episode 1 - Professor Charlie Keil

9/17/2018
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Today, we interview Professor Charlie Keil at the University of Toronto about his time at the University as a student, and also as a current professor of cinema studies and history. We get to hear about his opinions on multitasking, what he thinks is a great professor as well as how he manages his time!

Duration:00:40:09