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Research in Action | A podcast for faculty & higher education professionals on research design, methods, productivity & more

Research in Action is a weekly podcast by Oregon State University Ecampus, a national leader in online education. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Katie Linder, OSU Ecampus research director, who discusses topics and issues related to research in higher education with experts across a range of disciplines and institutions. Guests share their expertise on qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, personal experiences as researchers, best practices, and organizational and productivity strategies. Listen and learn how you can make a difference through your research. ecampus.oregonstate.edu/podcast.
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Jul 16, 2018

In this episode, Dr. Katie Linder, Director of Research at Oregon State University Ecampus, introduces a summer research challenge.

Segment 1: Launching a Summer Research Challenge [00:00-08:55]

In this first segment, Katie invites "RIA" listeners to join a summer research challenge.

Segment 2: Participation Options for the Challenge [08:56-17:48]

In segment two, Katie shares additional checklist items and ways to engage in the challenge.

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Jul 9, 2018

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-05:15]: How to Create Highly-engaging Work Environments

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Jul 9, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Brad Shuck, an Associate Professor and Program Director of both the Health Professions Education and Human Resources and Organizational Development programs in the School of Medicine and College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. His primary areas of research include the application, meaning, and measurement of employee engagement, emerging areas of positive psychology, and leader development. His research has been featured in refereed journals such as Leadership and Organizational Studies, the Journal of Happiness Studies, Human Resource Development Review, Human Resource Development Quarterly, and others. He is routinely cited in US-based international media outlets including Forbes, The Washington Post, and TIME, as well as international outlets including Business World Online and the Hindu Times. Shuck was named the 2016 Early Career Scholar by the Academy of Human Resource Development and has received several awards for his applied research. He is a Commonwealth Scholar and a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels and has done extensive work with the United States Army Cadet-Command, Ft. Knox, Kentucky.

Segment 1: Engagement at Work [00:00-13:40]

In this first segment, Brad shares about some of his research on engagement at work.

Segment 2: Intersection of Work and Health [13:41-24:44]

In segment two, Brad discusses some of his research on health in the workplace.

Segment 3: Capacity and Work [24:45-36:37]

In segment three, Brad discusses the concept of capacity as it relates to effective work.

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-05:15]: How to Create Highly-engaging Work Environments

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Jul 2, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Nancy Segal, Professor of Psychology at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) and Director of the Twin Studies Center which she founded in 1991. Dr. Segal received a B.A. in psychology and literature from Boston University (1973), and an M.A. (1974) and Ph.D. (1982) in the Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago. From 1982-1991 she was a post-doctoral fellow and research associate at the University of Minnesota, affiliated with the well-known Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart. Dr. Segal has authored over 200 scientific articles and book chapters, plus several books on twins. Her latest book is Accidental Brothers: The Story of Twins Switched at birth and the Power of Nature and Nurture and follows the life histories of two sets of identical Colombian twins who were inadvertently exchanged at birth, and provides a number of interesting research findings. Her 2012 book, Born Together-Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twin Study (2012, Harvard University Press) won the 2013 William James Book Award from the American Psychological Association. Her other books include Someone Else’s Twin, Indivisible by Two, Entwined Lives. and Twin Mythconceptions, which describes false beliefs about twins and provides much needed correction.

 

Segment 1: Twins Research [00:00-12:30]

In this first segment, Nancy describes how she got started researching twins.

Segment 2: Writing Science for the General Public [12:31-23:55]

In segment two, Nancy discusses how she frames her research for a more general audience.

Segment 3: Nancy's Current Research on Twins [23:56-35:19]

In segment three, Nancy shares about some of her most recent studies on twins.

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Jul 2, 2018

Take a listen to our July 2018 preview clips!

 

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Jun 25, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Bastian Minkenberg, a postdoctoral scholar in the Innovative Genomics Institute’s agricultural genomics branch. He started working on genome-editing in the food staple rice during his time as a Beachell-Borlaug International Scholar at Penn State. He now continues his efforts to improve disease resistance and yield of crops at UC Berkeley. Bastian is originally from Germany and obtained his bachelor and master degrees at RWTH Aachen University. His goal during his time at the Innovative Genomics Institute is to develop tools for precise genome-editing and accelerated plant breeding using advanced plant tissue culture and CRISPR methods. Another interest is to develop bioinformatic tools to avoid off-target editing in plants and to increase on-target activity. As ultimate goal, Bastian tries to develop an efficient gene repair system to easily change genetic information in crops to make them healthier and sturdier.

 

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Segment 1: Genome Editing [00:00-12:19]

In this first segment, Bastian describes his work with genome editing.

Segment 2: Practical Applications of Science [12:20-22:02]

In segment two, Bastian shares some of the more practical applications of his work.

Segment 3: Mentoring [22:03-32:07]

In segment three, Bastian discusses the importance of mentoring for researchers.

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Jun 18, 2018

Bonus Clip [00:00-04:39]: Generalizability and Representative Samples

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Jun 18, 2018

On this episode, Dr. Mary Ellen Dello Stritto is joined by Dr. Mary Kite. Mary Kite received her B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. from Purdue University. A social psychologist, she is currently Professor of Social Psychology at Ball State University. Strongly committed to psychology education at all levels, she is Past-President of The Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP, APA Division 2); she has held a number of other leadership roles for STP. She also chaired the APA Presidential Task Force on Diversity Education Resources and is Past President of the Midwestern Psychological Association. She is a Fellow of APA Divisions 2, 8, 9, 35, & 44 and of the Association for Psychological Science and the Midwestern Psychological Association. She maintains an active research program in the area of stereotyping and prejudice, including co-authoring The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination (3e) with Bernard Whitley, Jr.; Kite and Whitley also co-authored Principles of Research in Behavioral Science (4e). Recognitions include the Charles L. Brewer Award for Distinguished Teaching in Psychology from the American Psychological Foundation (2014) and a Presidential Citation from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (2011). She was selected as a G. Stanley Hall Lecturer for the American Psychological Association in 2009 and was named a Minority Access National Role Model in 2007.

 

Segment 1: External Validity [00:00-08:03]

In this first segment, Dr. Kite discusses the importance of external validity in experimental research.

Segment 2: Sampling [08:04-18:12]

In segment two, Dr. Kite discusses sampling issues in quantitative research methods.

Segment 3: Meta-analysis [18:13-31:20]

In segment three, Dr. Kite describes the statistical technique of meta-analysis and shares finding from a recent meta-analysis.

Bonus Clip [00:00-04:39]: Generalizability and Representative Samples

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Jun 11, 2018

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-03:31]: Measuring Motivation

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Jun 11, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Avi Kaplan, an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia. Before that, he was a faculty member in the Department of Education at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Avi’s research interests focus on motivation and identity development, with particular interest in the role of the environment in these processes. His recent research involves the application of the Complex Dynamic Systems approach to identity and motivation, and the use of collaborative design-based interventions for promoting educators’ and students’ motivation and identity exploration around the curriculum. His recent publications include chapters in the 2012 APA Educational Psychology Handbook on the application of motivation theory to educational practice, and in the 2016 Handbook of Motivation at School on learning environments and motivation, and special issues in the Educational Psychologist and in Contemporary Educational Psychology on identity formation and motivation. Avi is a Fellow of the Association of Psychological Science, the American Psychological Association, and the Eastern Psychological Association. He is also the current Editor of the Journal of Experimental Education. Avi received his Ph.D. from the Combined Program in Education and Psychology at the University of Michigan.

Segment 1: Learning Motivation [00:00-18:01]

In this first segment, Avi shares about his research on learning motivation.

Segment 2: Methodological Diversity [18:02-35:15]

In segment two, Avi discusses the importance of using a diverse range of methods.

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-03:31]: Measuring Motivation

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Jun 4, 2018

Bonus Clip: Pushing Methodological Boundaries [00:00-05:16]

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Jun 4, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Linda Henderson, an early years researcher in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Her research is underpinned by a fundamental desire to contribute to the (re)making of life generating spaces and places. This work is grounded within feminist ideas whilst drawing on post-structural and post-humanist ideas, methodologies and practices.  Her work includes poetry, narrative and creativity with the aim of generating new and just imaginaries for education and society.

Segment 1: Participatory Action Research [00:00-16:24]

In this first segment, Linda defines and describes her experience with participatory action research.

Segment 2: Feminist Methodologies [16:25-33:13]

In segment two, Linda discusses how she is incorporating feminist methodologies into her work.

Bonus Clip: Pushing Methodological Boundaries [00:00-05:16]

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Jun 4, 2018

Take a listen to our June 2018 preview clips!

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May 28, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Kevin Doxzen who received his PhD from the lab of Jennifer Doudna at UC Berkeley. Under Jennifer's guidance, Kevin explored the structure and function of RNA and DNA binding proteins using x-ray crystallography. Following his PhD Kevin transitioned into his role as science communications specialist at the Innovative Genomics Institute. In this position, Kevin develops educational material and resources for scientists and the general public with the goal of communicating the latest genome engineering technology.

 

Segment 1: Science Communication [00:00-11:47]

In this first segment, Kevin describes the field of science communication.

Segment 2: Science Communication Pathways [11:48-21:38]

In segment two, Kevin shares how he entered into the field of science communication.

Segment 3: Kevin's Lab Experience [21:39-33:29]

In segment three, Kevin shares about a typical day in the lab from his research experiences.

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May 21, 2018

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-02:25]: Working with Disorganized Collaborators

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May 21, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Melanie Nelson, a project manager with more than 15 years of experience in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. She has a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The Scripps Research Institute and currently works for the scientific software company Dotmatics. Over the course of her career, she has managed projects and teams in small and mid-size biotech companies and served as a contractor and consultant for academics, government agencies, and large companies. She has a long-standing interest in techniques to improve time use and productivity, both for individuals and teams and is the author of Taming the Work Week: Work Smarter Not Longer and Navigating the Path to Industry: A Hiring Manager's Advice for Academics Looking for a Job in Industry. You can find her online at BeyondManaging.com and on Twitter at @melanie_nelson.

 

Segment 1: Project Management for Researchers [00:00-12:39]

In this first segment, Melanie shares some project management best practices for researchers.

Segment 2: Project Management with Collaborators [12:40-22:07]

In segment two, Melanie shares strategies for managing team-based projects.

Segment 3: Personal Time Management [22:08-34:52]

In segment three, Melanie shares about some of her personal time management techniques.

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-02:25]: Working with Disorganized Collaborators

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May 14, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Mike Caulfield, director of blended and networked learning at Washington State University Vancouver, and head of the Digital Polarization Initiative. In these roles, Mike is changing the way that digital literacy is taught. His current initiative with AASCU's American Democracy Project combines a grassroots approach to pedagogical change with a formal 11 school pilot testing new modes of teaching civic online literacy.

Segment 1: The Digital Polarization Initiative [00:00-16:25]

In this first segment, Mike shares how he got started with the Digital Polarization Initiative.

Segment 2: Sharing and Reusing for Researchers [16:26-33:48]

In segment two, Mike offers some ideas for how researchers can share their work.

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May 7, 2018

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-03:04]: Defining Intersectionality

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May 7, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Susan Shaw, Professor of Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies at Oregon State University and the co-PI for OREGON STATE ADVANCE. Susan is the author of Reflective Faith: A Theological Toolbox for Women and God Speaks to Us, Too: Southern Baptist Women on Church, Home, and Society and the co-author with Mina Carson and Tisa Lewis of Girls Rock! 50 Years of Women Making Music. She also serves as the general editor of the 4-volume Women’s Lives around the World: A Global Encyclopedia. Susan is the co-author and editor with Janet Lee of a forthcoming new edition of Gendered Lives, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings in Women and Gender Studies. She is also the co-author with Grace Ji-Sun Kim of the forthcoming book Intersectional Theology: An Introductory Guide, Fortress Press. Susan formerly directed OSU’s School of Language, Culture, and Society, OSU’s Women Studies Program, and OSU’s Difference, Power, & Discrimination Program. 

Segment 1: Researching Feminist Theology [00:00-12:21]

In this first segment, Susan shares about using a feminist perspective in her research in theology.

Segment 2: Developing a New Method [12:22-23:43]

In segment two, Susan describes the process of creating a new research method in feminist theology.

Segment 3: Adventures in Academic Blogging [23:44-36:15]

In segment three, Susan shares about her experiences as an academic blogger.

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-03:04]: Defining Intersectionality

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May 7, 2018

Take a listen to our May 2018 preview clips!

 

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Apr 30, 2018

On this episode, Dr. Mary Ellen Dello Stritto is joined by Patrick Aldrich. Patrick received his bachelor’s degree in Wildlife biology and a minor in Entomology from the University of California, Davis. After graduation, he spent 5 years in various field biology positions, studying a wide array subjects from Bowerbird mating systems in Australia to integrated pest management of ground squirrels in Northern California. He subsequently decided to return to school to pursue a PhD at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, where he studied the spatio-temporal variation of pollination networks in Hawaiian tropical dry forests. Following his graduate work, he was the project director for a project that used spatial analyses to study the random correspondence of fingerprint patterns. Through his work, he has acquired extensive experience in biostatistics. He is currently the data manager and statistician for the Oregon Quality Rating and Improvement System for early childhood and other projects at The Research Institute at Western Oregon University. He continues to apply parametric, non-parametric and likelihood methodologies to analyze various datasets associated with early childhood and educational research.

Segment 1: Parametric vs. Non-parametric statistical tests [00:00-18:52]

In this first segment, Patrick discusses the differences between parametric and non-parametric statistical tests and the best practices for using non-parametric tests.

Segment 2: Using non-parametric tests [18:53-33:31]

In segment two, Patrick discusses how he uses non-parametric statistical tests in his research and how other researchers have used them.

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Apr 23, 2018

On this episode, Katie celebrates the two-year anniversary of the RIA podcast by sharing some show metrics and lessons learned.

Segment 1: Ten Lessons from Two Years of RIA Interviews [00:00-11:48]

In this first segment, Katie shares ten take aways from two years of interviewing researchers for the podcast.

Segment 2: Listener Survey Results [11:49-18:45]

In segment two, Katie shares some of the results from the RIA listener survey.

Segment 3: Podcast Stats and Metrics [18:46-29:22]

In segment three, Katie offers some of the stats and metrics from the show including download rates and top-downloaded episodes.

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Apr 16, 2018

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Jacob Darwin Hamblin. The author of Arming Mother Nature, Poison in the Well, and Oceanographers and the Cold War, Jacob writes about the history and politics of science, technology, and environmental issues. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Salon, and many publications devoted to the history of science, technology, and the natural world. He is Professor of History at Oregon State University.

Segment 1: The Downwinders Project [00:00-18:19]

In this first segment, Jacob describes his work with The Downwinders Project.

Segment 2: Researching Nuclear Solutions [18:20-36:20]

In segment two, Jacob describes the relationships between his multiple book projects.

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Apr 9, 2018

Bonus Clip #2 [00:00-03:50]: Dissemination Plan Example for Research Study

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Apr 9, 2018

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-05:10]: Dissemination Plan Example for Research Product

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