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7. Perspective Taking with Elizabeth Johnson of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative

EdUp Explained with Ashanti Martin

In this episode, we dive into the neuroscience of perspective taking -- sort of like empathy, but not quite. I spoke with Zab Johnson of the Wharton School about how intentional perspective taking can lead to more innovative and more successful teams, and how you can tap into the neuroscience yourself with some easy exercises. Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson is the executive director and senior fellow of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Her research focuses on vision and visual behavior, spanning physiological approaches in the retina and early visual cortex to using eye tracking to investigate how human observers look, how these processes unfold over time and with experience, and the role of visually-guided social cognition and decision-making. As an expert on color vision, she has collaborated with Lenovo to develop computer and tablet screens with features that provide a more personalized color experience. Before coming to Penn in 2016, she spent 14 years at Duke University, where she was on the faculty in the Neurobiology Department and served as the Associate Director of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. Zab has a long-time interest in how our perception of visual art informs how we see.

37mins

29 Aug 2021

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Justice for the Oceans | Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Prof Emma Johnston

UNSW Centre for Ideas

How can we make a Blue New Deal? Healthy oceans are fundamental to a healthy planet. From phytoplankton, the tiny ocean plants that produce the oxygen we breathe, to the rich diversity of other ocean plants and creatures, we depend on our oceans to survive and thrive. But our oceans are both under threat and pose a threat. Pollution, overfishing and the destruction of coral reefs are killing them from within, while the impacts of climate change – rising sea levels and storm surges – are transforming the ocean from friend to foe for the many millions who live on the coast. Globally-renowned ocean defender Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is clear: saving the oceans is key to fighting the climate crisis. Join us for a conversation between Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and leading Australian marine scientist Emma Johnston. They will explore how these issues are playing out in Australia and internationally, the future of the oceans in the age of climate change, how to mobilise support for a Blue New Deal and how women leaders are pioneering global climate action. This event is presented by the UNSW Centre for Ideas and UNSW Science, and the Powerhouse Museum for the 2021 Sydney Science Festival. Supported by Inspiring Australia as a part of National Science Week.

53mins

25 Aug 2021

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Honey Badger Don't Care with Elizabeth Johnson of the Naples Zoo

Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation

Today, the Safari heads to Naples, Florida, to visit the incredible zoo there.  We talk to Elizabeth Johnson, Supervisor of Carnivores about some of the amazing and unique species at the zoo, including fossa, a striped hyena, clouded leopards, and honey badgers! You'll even get to come hang out with the honey badgers after the interview!  Then, stay tuned to learn more than you ever thought you could about Deegee, the amazing giant anteater at the zoo! EPISODE LINKS: @napleszoo on Facebook and Instagram www.napleszoo.org ROSSIFARI LINKS: patreon.com/rossifari to support the pod rossifari.com @rossifari on Insta, Facebook, and Twitter @rossifaripod on TikTok 

1hr 16mins

10 Aug 2021

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Hear to Slay: Swipe Right for The Climate (with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson)

The Roxane Gay Agenda

Climate change is coming for us all, especially black and brown people. What can we do about it? Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, marine biologist and co-host of the podcast “How to Save a Planet,” talks about her solutions-oriented approach. Plus listeners explain how the climate is changing their lives. MentionsThe Green New Deal text:https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-resolution/332/textAll We Can Savehttps://www.allwecansave.earth/anthologyHow to Save a Planet podcasthttps://gimletmedia.com/shows/howtosaveaplanet/episodesCredits: Curtis Fox is the senior producer. Catherine Fenollosa is the producer. Ali McPherson and Isoke Samuel are the associate producers. Production help from Lauren Garcia and Kaityln Adams. Hear To Slay theme music by Taka Yasuzawa and Alex Sugiura. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

56mins

19 Jul 2021

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Episode 12: Elizabeth Johnson — Co-Founder and Chairman at SimpsonScarborough

Starter Stories

In just a minute, you’ll meet Elizabeth Johnson — Co-Founder and Chairman at SimpsonScarborough, one of the leading market research, branding, and design firms serving higher education today.In her senior year of high school, Elizabeth thought she’d go and study psychology in college. But, after a conversation with her father who was footing the bill, she learned that she had two different major options before her —pre-med or mathematics.And while she chose the latter, her favorite college class was actually an art history course! After graduating, she went to work at a small market research firm before joining Carnegie Communications, now Carnegie Dartlet, where she worked for 10 years and served as COO until she received a phone call that would change her life forever.Christopher Simpson, the former Vice President and Spokesman for Indiana University who had been in charge of handling Bob Knight’s departure as a Hoosier back in 2000, asked Elizabeth to lunch to discuss an idea he had.That idea would lead to the founding of SimpsonScarborough. She didn’t know it at the time, but just a few months after the company was founded, Christopher received a terminal cancer diagnosis.Tune in to hear the inspiring, challenging, and remarkable story of the birth and growth of SimpsonScarborough.Learn more about this episode and about our sponsors in our show notes.

1hr 17mins

12 Jul 2021

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Elizabeth Johnson, Jesse’s House

North Fulton Business Radio

Elizabeth Johnson, Jesse’s House (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 363) Jesse’s House is a Forsyth County-based emergency shelter for adolescent girls who have experienced abuse and neglect. Executive Director Elizabeth Johnson joined host John Ray to discuss the history of Jesse’s House, the services and hope for healing they offer their residents, and some of […]The post Elizabeth Johnson, Jesse’s House appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

9 Jun 2021

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49. Elizabeth Johnson: The Heart behind "Flawnit"

The Impact Podcast Show [Archives]

In this podcast episode, Joshua has a conversation with Elizabeth, one of the founders behind Flawnit' a business specialising in handmade candles. Check it out!

1hr 11mins

1 Jun 2021

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S1E15: Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson: Hope Is Courage And Taking Action Together

The Jane Goodall Hopecast

In this episode, Dr. Jane Goodall sits down for a conversation with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson. Dr. Johnson is a marine biologist, policy expert, author, as well as founder of Urban Ocean Lab, co-host of the podcast "How To Save The Planet", and co-editor of "All We Can Save,” an anthology of essays and poetry by women leading on climate. Ayana and Jane share their love of the oceans and the forests, respectively, speaking on the complexities of their ecosystems and the differences, but also how necessary both are to our planet’s survival. Jane and Ayana talk about their definitions of hope and how Ayana translates the message of having hope into having courage and working together for the greater goal of climate action. From Jane’s lifelong dedication to environmentalism, advocacy, and studying the natural world, she tells Ayana how after all these years and everything she’s witnessed she still has hope. Ayana shares that her hope, like Jane, comes from the younger generation. Listen to this passionate and inspiring conversation to learn more about what makes Ayana say, “I think I needed a little dose of hope from Jane Goodall, myself.”At the End of the Rainbow: Stay to the end of the episode to hear a rare archival clip of Dr. Goodall speaking in her first National Geographic film ‘Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees,’ from 1965 about her own determination and how, despite all the hardships, “there was never any thought of quitting.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

35mins

1 Jun 2021

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A conversation about aging with Elizabeth Johnson

Catching Health with Diane Atwood

My guest in this episode of the Catching Health podcast has put me to shame! From the moment she wakes up and wiggles her toes until she slides under her blankets at night, Liz Johnson is on the move. She might be dancing or she might be pulling weeds, but even if she's lounging (I'm not convinced she ever does), her brain certainly isn't. She takes classes, plays bridge, none of which she can do in person right now because of the pandemic. That hasn't slowed her down a bit. She just fires up her computer, clicks on a Zoom invitation, and off she goes. Join us for a conversation about aging that will inspire you to be more active.

44mins

4 Jan 2021

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365: Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Better Than Yesterday, with Osher Günsberg

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is a marine biologist, policy expert, writer, and Brooklyn native. She is founder and CEO of Ocean Collectiv, a consulting firm for conservation solutions grounded in social justice, and founder of Urban Ocean Lab, a think tank for coastal cities.Ayana’s often at the nexus of science, policy, and communication, building community around climate solutions.She’s also one of the hosts of the podcast “How To Save A Planet” and her latest book is called “All We Can Save”, and you can find out more about that at https://www.allwecansave.earth/She's on IG & Twitter @ayanaeliza See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 12mins

29 Nov 2020

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