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Episode 4: Deborah Sharp
Wouldn’t it be great if there was someone who could help you work through a disagreement you’re having with a co-worker or figure out how your team can communicate with each other better? Or help you find some resolution you had with a difficult experience you had with your boss?
Well, there is. You’re about to meet Deborah Sharp, the Dispute Resolution Officer for The University of Texas at Austin. She has an exciting and inspiring vision for our community.
Episode 3: The Costa Brothers
There are certain things in our day-to-day lives that we tend to take for granted. Certain things that we never fully realize what goes into ensuring that it all works the way it should. In this episode, you’ll hear the interesting story of the Costa Brothers who spend their days at UT working on the endless and fascinating puzzle manifested in UT’s doors, locks, and keys.
Episode 2: Jose Sabido
Have you ever wondered who plays those bells up in the The University of Texas Tower or how they do it? Well, you’re about to find out. In this episode, you’ll hear from Jose Sabido, a carillonneur at UT. From up in the Tower, Jose has had a unique view of the beautiful UT campus, and he can create a soundtrack for our lives on the 40 Acres that can range from whimsical to theatrical.
Episode 1: Kate Biberdorf
Did you ever have a teacher who taught in a way that you never knew was possible, or even allowed. Someone who blew your mind? Meet Dr. Kate Biberdorf, AKA Kate the Chemist, professor of Chemistry and a regular celebrity on the talk show circuit. Dr. Biberdorf’s approach to life is reflected in how she teaches and it is nothing short of exhilarating.
Great concept and conversation
Super interesting to learn about different folks at a university, especially from their perspective.