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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harinder Singh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harinder Singh, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harinder Singh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harinder Singh, often where they are interviewed.

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Miri-Piri: The Political and Spiritual Paradigm - Harinder Singh — The Sikh Cast | SikhRI

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The principle of Miri-Piri is often encapsulated with the two crossed swords in today's Sikh consciousness, one representing the political spirit of the Sikhs and the other representing the spiritual. But is this notion accurate? Senior Fellow Harinder Singh discusses the significance of the Miri-Piri ethos and if it can be a lived reality during a time of divided allegiances. 

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Featuring:

Harinder Singh, SikhRI Senior Fellow of Research and Policy - sikhri.org/people/harinder-singh

Host:

Manvinder Kaur, Webinar Coordinator - sikhri.org/people/manvinder-kaur


#Sikh #Sikhism #Khalsa #Spiritual #Politics #SikhPodcast

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Aug 07 2020 · 55mins
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Raj Karega Khalsa: The Khalsa & The Rule (ft. Harinder Singh) - The Sikh Cast | SikhRI

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This episode of The Sikh Cast is from a live webinar recorded on June 29th, 2020. It features Senior Fellow Harinder Singh and The Sikh Cast host Manpreet Jassal, together they discuss the controversial sikh motto "Raj Karega Khalsa." They get into its usage from the 1700's to a modern context, discussing the how and the what of its meaning.

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To read the original article by Harinder Singh click here - Raj Karega Khalsa: The Khalsa & The Rule

Featuring:

Manpreet Jassal - https://twitter.com/mjassal

Harinder Singh - sikhri.org/people/harinder-singh

Facilitator:

Manvinder Kaur - sikhri.org/people/manvinder-kaur


#Sikhi #Raj #Khalsa #SikhPodcast #Rule #Sikh

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Jun 30 2020 · 1hr 7mins

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Black Lives Matter & Sikhi: Harinder Singh – The Sikh Cast | SikhRI

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The Sikh Cast Host has a one on one dialogue with Harinder Singh on how the Guru would deal with the Black Lives Matter Movement. They ask how can Sikhs around the world go beyond the protest and how do we explore it from the Sikhi lens.

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Featuring:

Harinder Singh - sikhri.org/people/harinder-singh

Host:

Manpreet Jassal - https://twitter.com/mjassal

#blacklivesmatter #sikhi #sikhism #Guru #SikhPodcast

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Jun 12 2020 · 36mins
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1984: The Devoted & The Worldly: Harinder Singh – The Sikh Cast | SikhRI

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We're taking an in-depth look at the events of Operation Blue Star in 1984 in Amritsar, Panjab. It's considered the third Ghallughara, or massacre, in Sikh history. The Indian government assaulted the sacred Golden Temple Complex and Akal Takht.

In this episode, SikhRI's Senior Fellow on Research and Policy speaks to a live audience to provide clarity and context on the operation and it's legacy on the Sikh community. He answers why the attack happened, it's the historical context and why the memory is kept alive in #Remember1984.

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Host:

Manvinder Kaur - sikhri.org/people/manvinder-kaur

Featuring:

Harinder Singh - sikhri.org/people/harinder-singh

#1984 #Sikh #Sikhi #OperationBlueStar #SikhGenocide #SikhPodcast

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Jun 05 2020 · 1hr 18mins

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Episode 12 - Sifu Harinder Singh

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The Hound interviews his Teacher, Mentor and brother, Sifu Harinder Singh

 Singh is a 23rd generation Kung Fu Master, Speaker, Author, and High Performance Coach. Sifu (Chinese for Sensei) Singh teaches elite audiences and organisations "The Art of Winning" by entering the High Performance Zone. He has trained more than 150 Military and Law Enforcement agencies, and is the author of the upcoming new book "Mind Boxing - How to Win the War Within", a proven training method for reaching peak performance in high stakes environments, and is trusted by business leaders, law enforcement, athletes and martial artists around the world.

May 25 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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#32 "Medical Screenings: What the Current Research is Saying with guest Dr. Harinder Singh"

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Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Dr. Harinder Singh as they discuss:

1. How she got into the health field.

2. What type of doctor she is and who her target demographic is.

3. What is the best part of her job? 

4. What is a medical screening? Why are they important? 

5. What screenings should females have and why? How often? 

6. What screenings should males have and why? How often? 

7. What's the deal with mammograms? You would think the screening would have evolved to be less painful and uncomfortable. What is the future with this screening? 

8. What are some stats you can share with listeners to open their eyes to the importance of medical screenings? 

9. Any other routine tests/exams listeners should have done from a preventative standpoint? 

10. Are you taking new patients? If so how can listeners make an appointment with you? 

11. If you have a friend coming to Rochester, who has never been here, where are you taking them? 



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Feb 12 2020 · 25mins
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What would Guru Nanak Sahib do in 1984? – SikhRI w/ Manpreet Jassal & Harinder Singh

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What would Guru Nanak Sahib do in 1984? Listen to this discussion between Harinder Singh and the Sikh Cast host, Manpreet Singh.

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Featuring:

Harinder Singh — sikhri.org/people/harinder-singh

Manpreet Singh — https://twitter.com/mjassal

#Nanakshahi550 #Remembering1984 #SikhCast

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Nov 06 2019 · 29mins
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Creating Pathways for Diverse Jobs for PhDs and Postdocs, with Dr. David Fruman and Dr. Harinder Singh - Ep #21

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In the early 2010s, there were a number of reports from different national organizations that highlighted the need to broaden training for PhDs and postdocs. Grad students and trainees needed to be prepared for a wider spectrum of careers beyond academia. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) responded to this need by funding 17 programs around the country to test approaches for tackling this challenge. How did their efforts pay off? Was the return worth the investment of those funds? Here to talk about their NIH funded program at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) is Dr. David Fruman and Dr. Harinder Singh.

David is a Professor at UCI where he has been a faculty member since 2000. His research interest is signal transduction in lymphocytes, with an emphasis on targeted therapies for blood cancer and immune diseases. He previously served as Associate Director of the UCI Institute for Immunology and is currently the Associate Director of the UCI Cancer Research Institute. He is also co-leader of the Systems, Pathways and Targets program of the UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. He is currently the Director of the Graduate Professional Success (GPS) BIOMED program, supported by an NIH Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) grant, which enhances the professional development of UCI graduate students and postdoc fellows in the biomedical sciences.

Harinder is the Associate Director of the GPS-BIOMED program at UCI. An academic coordinator with a PhD in cardiovascular biology and background in biomedical sciences, Harinder has multiple years of working experience in academia and science-based non-profit organizations. Harinder works at the local and national level providing better career development training mechanisms and avenues for junior researchers by connecting them to the best available resources. His leadership roles at multiple non-profit organizations have helped bring science and society together by building a close-knit community of science professionals.

What You’ll Hear On This Episode of When Science Speaks
  • [1:10] Mark introduces his guests, Dr. David Fruman and Dr. Harinder Singh.
  • [3:15] David talks about his work with the NIH BEST program.
  • [8:00] Does the public still place their trust in scientists?
  • [14:00] What are the plans to continue funding GPS-BIOMED after the NIH grant provisions have ended in September 2019?
  • [16:30] Advice for postdocs who are planning their career path.
  • [20:00] Harinder talks about the value of honing science communication and other professional development skills.
  • [24:20] Why there is a high rate of depression in academia.
  • [25:45] Serving the broadest possible audience at the minimum possible cost.
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Background Information about “Professional Success in Biomedical Sciences (GPS-BIOMED) Website link: https://gps.bio.uci.edu GPS-BIOMED is an NIH-funded program for UCI graduate students and postdocs in the biomedical sciences, and part of the campus-wide UCI-GPS (UC Irvine Graduate Professional Success) initiative. We aim to better prepare our scientists for a variety of careers within the biomedical research workforce, and empower them to become not only skilled researchers but also polished professionals. As members of the NIH-BEST Consortium, we work to create, identify and support innovative approaches to broaden graduate and postdoctoral training. Our program is designed to meet the following goals: Increase awareness and interest in diverse careers outside of academic research (EXPLORE). Improve communication and other skills needed to pursue academic and non-academic career paths (TRAIN).

Provide hands-on experience through on-campus and external internships (EXPERIENCE). Build networks that allow our members to prepare for and transition to diverse careers (TRANSITION).

UC Irvine's Public Policy Prep (P3) Program funded by Burroughs Welcome Fund :  Website link: https://gps.bio.uci.edu/uci-public-policy-prep/

UCI Public Policy Prep (P3), organized and funded by GPS-BIOMED, is designed to meet this need. We are thrilled to unveil our newest program that will incorporate: public policy seminars, communication workshops, trainee working groups led by local advocacy groups or campus partners, and visits to Sacramento & Washington D.C.

P3 GOALS: Increase knowledge of & experience with public policy processes Increase knowledge of & experience with advocacy related to science policy Develop the ability of trainees to communicate effectively with members in the policy arena Unique Programming:  1. Elevator Pitch Workshop series and competition - https://gps.bio.uci.edu/program-elements/train/elevator-pitch-series/ GPS-BIOMED Elevator Pitch Competition & Effective Communications Certificate Program led by Bri McWhorter. Bri is the founder of Activate to Captivate, where she teaches communication techniques from an actor’s point of view. She is a speech coach for our elevator pitch competition and has worked with GPS-BIOMED leadership to create a new certificate program: Effective Communications. The program covers presentation fundamentals including how to overcome nerves, make a presentation active rather than passive, utilize vocal variety and command a room. Check out videos from 4th Annual Elevator Pitch Competition here. 2. Science Communication Skills Course - https://gps.bio.uci.edu/science-communication-skills/ Science Communication Skills (Phy Sci 220) Offered each Winter Quarter and taught by Sandra Tsing Loh, well-known author, actress and host of the NPR podcast: Loh Down on Science. Grad students and postdocs are taught how to engage and inform the audience in a few words, avoid jargon, and project in a professional manner. The course culminates in TED-style talks performed by each participant! Check out our TED-style talks here: GPS-BIOMED on YouTube!

Are there more diverse career paths for PhDs and postdocs?

When those reports came out several years ago detailing a lack of training for PhDs and postdocs pursuing non-academic jobs, NIH went to work funding programs all over the country through its BEST grants. Years later, many of those programs are shifting gears as the grant funds are no longer available. David and Harinder were kind enough to talk about UCI’s efforts to secure the programs they’ve built so training can continue for researchers seeking postdoc jobs.

David reports that every site that received NIH BEST funding to create these PhD and postdoc training programs have decided to continue the programs even though the NIH funding has ended. These universities, like UCI, have discovered the unique advantage that PhD and postdoc focused programs give them as an intuition to broaden their influence and impact. In short, yes, there are more diverse career paths for postdocs than ever before and the NIH BEST efforts have been well worth the investment.

The critical role of science communication and professional development

As many PhDs. and postdocs search for jobs, according to David, one of the best steps they can take is to focus on honing their skill set, including science communication. Many PhDs and postdocs can become so wrapped up in their professional and academic circles that they fail to develop broader skills that will help them later on in their career.

David and Harinder both point to helpful programs like UCI GPS-BIOMED’s Annual Elevator Pitch Workshop and Competition that encourages students and postdocs to hone their communication skills. Additional resources include, Activate to Captivate, a communications company that focuses on empowering individuals to activate their communication skills, and NPR’s The Loh Down on Science podcast.

Make sure to listen to Mark’s full conversation with David and Harinder on this engaging episode of When Science Speaks.

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Mar 01 2019 · 30mins
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Episode 358 - Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal

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Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal is a martial arts practitioner and instructor in the style of Jeet Kune Do.

Forget about styles and systems, there are always arguments about this style, that style, my master is better than your master. It's just a big waste of time, we're all so much more alike than we are apart.

Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal - Episode 358 

Traveling the world may be fun when you're on for a vacation but traveling as a kid and not having a home may not be that enjoyable. Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal has traveled from India to a lot of countries because of his father's work and then ultimately ending up in California as an adult. As a stranger in a foreign country, his father had him to train martial arts so he's able to defend himself and his love for the art never faded. Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal has trained with several styles and today, he is a practitioner and instructor for Jeet Kune Do. Listen to this episode to know more!

Dec 31 2018 · 1hr 8mins
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Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal - How to Achieve Peak Performance in Chaos

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Sifu Harinder Singh is a 23rd generation Kung Fu Master, Speaker, Author, and High Performance Coach. Sifu (Chinese for Sensei) Singh teaches elite audiences and organisations "The Art of Winning" by entering the High Performance Zone. He has trained more than 150 Military and Law Enforcement agencies, and is the author of the upcoming new book "Mind Boxing - How to Win the War Within", a proven training method for reaching peak performance in high stakes environments, and is trusted by business leaders, law enforcement, athletes and martial artists around the world.

For more information and to connect with Sifu Singh checkout his websites:

www.mindboxing.com

www.sifusingh.com

www.jkdathletics.com

www.themasterfulman.com


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