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What are YOU going to do with THAT?

Interviews with young scholars over a glass of Amaretto

So you have a PhD or trying to get one. But what are YOU going to do with THAT?Danni Reches, a PhD candidate at the University of Haifa interviews young researchers and scholars to learn about their process, their succes
Latest Episode1/20/2022

Episode 47 - At the right place at the right time (with Pavle Kilibarda)

Season 3, Ep. 8
Meet Pavle Kilibarda - a PhD candidate (perhaps already a Dr. by the time you're listening to the episode) in International Law at the University of Geneva. In this episode, Pavle talks very openly about his academic and personal journey. Including his decision to starta BA in International Relations, as he didn't want to study law - and how he ended up doing an LL.M in International Law at the Geneva Academy for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Eventually, he even continued with a PhD in Public International Law about the recognition of states. Pavletalks extensively about his PhD research and why he chose this topic.Pavle also talks about his journey that started in Belgrade and moved back and forth between Geneva and Belgrade, until he decided to settle in Geneva. He touches upon the financial struggles that he and his partner endured - living in one of the most expensive cities in the world while have a very small income of aTeaching Assistant.During the episode Danni drank her Amaretto and Pavle drank a traditional Serbian drink - Gorki listYou can follow Pavle on:Twitter:@pavle_kilibardaLinkedIn:Pavle KilibardaContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter:@What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook:@What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram:@What2DoWithTHATSubscribe toour YouTube ChannelOur website:www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode!
1/20/2022

Episode 47 - At the right place at the right time (with Pavle Kilibarda)

Season 3, Ep. 8
Meet Pavle Kilibarda - a PhD candidate (perhaps already a Dr. by the time you're listening to the episode) in International Law at the University of Geneva. In this episode, Pavle talks very openly about his academic and personal journey. Including his decision to starta BA in International Relations, as he didn't want to study law - and how he ended up doing an LL.M in International Law at the Geneva Academy for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Eventually, he even continued with a PhD in Public International Law about the recognition of states. Pavletalks extensively about his PhD research and why he chose this topic.Pavle also talks about his journey that started in Belgrade and moved back and forth between Geneva and Belgrade, until he decided to settle in Geneva. He touches upon the financial struggles that he and his partner endured - living in one of the most expensive cities in the world while have a very small income of aTeaching Assistant.During the episode Danni drank her Amaretto and Pavle drank a traditional Serbian drink - Gorki listYou can follow Pavle on:Twitter:@pavle_kilibardaLinkedIn:Pavle KilibardaContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter:@What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook:@What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram:@What2DoWithTHATSubscribe toour YouTube ChannelOur website:www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode!
12/9/2021

Episode 44 - Making a real impact (with Dr. Guy Cameron)

Season 3, Ep. 5
Meet Dr. Guy Cameron, a proud Wailwan (Aboriginal) man living in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Guy has recently received his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) from the University of Newcastle, and he is now a postdoc fellow with the Aboriginal Ear Health Group. After he finished his PhD Guy decided to continue studying in the Joint Medical Program at the University of Newcastle which includes a Bachelor of Medical Science & Doctor of Medicine.In this episode Guy talks about his journey that started with no intention to continue his education and ended up (so far) with a PhD. He explains what made his decide to pursue a Bachelor of Art, during which he discovered his passion to biology and the human body. That passion led him to pursue Bachelor of Biomedical Science, and following that began his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) - all at the University of Newcastle. He also talks about his future plans to combine his research knowledge with the medical knowledge.Guy talks about both his PhD research and his current postdoc research. He describes some of his challenges during his PhD, the importance of a good support system and the important value of academic twitter. Guy is a very strong advocator of mental health and during Covid-19 pandemic he spent his time dispelling misinformation and providing his community with reliable knowledge sources.Because of the time differences, in this episode Danni drank her morning coffee, and Guy drank local dry Gin.You can follow Guy on his:Twitter: @DrGuyCameronWebsite: https://www.guycameron.me/Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter:@What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook:@What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram:@What2DoWithTHATSubscribe toour YouTube ChannelOur website:www.what2dowiththat.com
10/28/2021

Episode 41(b) - Let's talk about porn (with Farnosh Mazandarani) - Part 2

Season 3, Ep. 2
Warning: This episode contains explicit language, descriptions of sexual activity and references to porn. Listener's discretion is advised.Welcome to the second part of episode 1 of our 3rd season. We continue our talk with Farnosh Mazandarani exactly where we left of. Farnosh goes deeper into her porn research and explains what is popular porn and what is the most popular genera of popular porn that she's looking into. Farnosh also talks about the importance of researching popular porn due to its effects over everyone's life regardless of being an active porn viewer. Apart from talking about that, Farnosh also talks about her additional activities, including her very successful online writing group "accountabilibuddies".The title of Farnosh's PhD: Title: A Longitudinal Content Analysis on Sexual Partner Viability and Familiarity in Popular Pornography in Association to Technological Advancement from The Golden Age of Pornography to the Internet Age.This is part 2 of Farnosh's episode on the "What are YOU going to do with THAT?" podcast.You can follow Farnosh on her:Website: https://www.farnosh.comTwitter: @FarnoshMazLinkedInHost: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter:@What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook:@What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram:@What2DoWithTHATSubscribe toour YouTube ChannelOur website:www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode!