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RadioActive: The battle between theory & social change: How theory can misguide our good intentions
By Natalie Kivell posted Sep 27, 2014 at 01:47 PM

 

Sunday @ 6pm. Social Theory may seem quite irrelevant to our modern lives, difficult to understand and quite frankly, downright dry. But on the flip side, when we are able to see how theory can connect to our eveyday lives, impact how we make decisions, how we define the issues we face in our communities, and how we understand change, it can become a mesmermizing journey into this messy thing we call "theory". I for one, find untangling some of the jargon filled and dense pieces of social theory literature to be overwhelming. So what better way to dip our toes into the proverbial sea of social theory, then to have a theorist join us on air to push us to think about theory and its connection to the practical world in new and exciting ways. Joining us wil be Dr. John Murphy, from the Faculty of Sociology, at the University of Miami. 





RadioActive - Where did I leave that Critical consciousness…it has GOT to be around here somewhere
By Natalie Kivell posted Sep 19, 2014 at 12:13 PM

 

Sunday @ 6pm Critical consciousness is someone’s ability and awareness to critique the social structures around them that oppress and lead to human suffering, while simultaneously having the awareness that we have the ability to change these oppressive structures. Many of us who see the world from this critical perspective can map our trajectory into critical consciousness: Those moments in life that helped expose the world and these oppressive structures. Join your host Natalie and guest Susie Paterson on air as they dive into their personal journeys and political awakenings to better understand the power and challenges of a critical consciousness. 





RadioActive—Flip the What? Shaking up the classroom and how we think about learning
By Natalie Kivell posted Sep 10, 2014 at 04:51 PM

 

Sunday @ 6pm. Traditional classroom environments have become incredibly normalized in how they are thought about and how they look all the way from kindergarten through our higher education – A new movement in Education challenges the “normal” way of doing/teaching/learning and is instead opting to “Flip the Classroom”. To find out more and to hear how one college instructor is pushing the boundaries of her classroom to try new and creative ways of engaging in learning with her students, tune in this coming Sunday! Lindsay Buckingham-Rivard joins us on air.  





What is this thing we call Community Psychology: Does anyone really know?
By Natalie Kivell posted Sep 02, 2014 at 01:51 PM

 

Sunday @ 6pm. This coming Sunday we will pose the timeless question: “What is this exciting and mysterious field we call Community Psychology (CP)?” In this quick and dirty introduction to our young field, we will discuss how folks in CP think about and work towards building a healthier and more socially just world. We will dive into the What, How, Why and What Now, of CP. Joining me on air to share their passion, perspectives and knowledge on the subject will be Dr. Laura Kohn-Wood and Dr. Courte Voorhees hailing from the School of Education and Human Development.





RadioActive—RadioActive 2.0 Harder, Bigger, Faster, Community Psychologier
By Natalie Kivell posted Aug 29, 2014 at 10:47 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, Celebrating the transition of the host of RadioActive from Michael Matthiesen, Leader of the Sun Warriors, to Natalie Kivell, the two hosts come together to talk about “Why us, why now, why RadioActive?” As we look to the past year, as this Sunday will mark the anniversary of RadioActive’s presence on WVUM, and to the future, we will challenge our own assumptions about social change, share what has been accomplished in the last year, and dive into our hopes and dreams for a more socially just world.





UM Wins 2 City Beautiful Awards
By Nicole Spencer posted Aug 28, 2014 at 02:09 PM

 

Isn't our campus beautiful?!



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