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Best podcasts about alabama college

Latest podcast episodes about alabama college

The Clarke County Democrat Podcast

Deanna Phillips Kimbrough, 83, died at her home on July 22, 2021. She was born on July 23, 1937, in Meridian, Mississippi. Deanna graduated from Thomasville High School in 1955. She was the Valedictorian of her class and recipient of an Honors Scholarship to Alabama College. She was a 1959 graduate of the University of Alabama majoring in Secondary Education with a concentration in English and was a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. Deanna began her teaching career at Tuscaloosa High School before marrying Hardie. She then taught elementary school in the Thomasville City School system and finished...Article Link

The Clarke County Democrat Podcast

Deanna Phillips Kimbrough, 83, died at her home on July 22, 2021. She was born on July 23, 1937, in Meridian, Mississippi. Deanna graduated from Thomasville High School in 1955. She was the Valedictorian of her class and recipient of an Honors Scholarship to Alabama College. She was a 1959 graduate of the University of Alabama majoring in Secondary Education with a concentration in English and was a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. Deanna began her teaching career at Tuscaloosa High School before marrying Hardie. She then taught elementary school in the Thomasville City School system and finished...Article Link

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 2: Alabama, College Football Playoff, Tom Hankins, Pederson and Pacers

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 41:19


Alabama has a key hire to make at offensive coordinator with Steve Sarkisian leaving to be the head coach at Texas, Brett's idea of a postseason college football tournament, new Mad Ants coach Tom Hankins, what does the Doug Pederson firing mean for Carson Wentz, Jarred Godfrey of Purdue Fort Wayne picks up a national award and the Pacers look to bounce back tonight against Golden State.

#hottakeoftheday
#hottakeoftheday Episode 63 w/Vicki Hollub

#hottakeoftheday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2020 32:46


In April of 2019, Vicki Hollub made a play for Anadarko that was aggressive, bold and totally out of the realm of my imagination that I instantly discovered that she was my favorite CEO. Oil was $72, consolidation needed to happen and everyone else was too afraid to do it.  My entire career was built on data driven, bold risk taking and, for the most part, it had worked out. She had a super fan and she was going to need to consider a restraining order. Flash forward to today. 17 months later.  Join me as I talk to Vicki about the Anadarko acquisition, what is was like being a woman in the industry in the '80s, how work from home will continue (or not) and what advice would she have given herself as a 20-something-year old. I hope you enjoy. #hottakeoftheday Episode 63 w/Vicki Hollub https://youtu.be/ebt9i1KOZxQ   Audio podcast   About Vicki Vicki Hollub President and Chief Executive Officer Vicki Hollub is President and Chief Executive Officer of Occidental. She has been a member of Occidental’s Board of Directors since 2015. During her 35-year career with Occidental, Ms. Hollub has held a variety of management and technical positions with responsibilities on three continents, including roles in the United States, Russia, Venezuela and Ecuador. Most recently, she served as Occidental’s President and Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the company’s oil and gas, chemical and midstream operations. Ms. Hollub previously was Senior Executive Vice President, Occidental, and President, Oxy Oil and Gas, where she was responsible for operations in the U.S., the Middle East region and Latin America. Prior to that, she held a variety of leadership positions, including Executive Vice President, Occidental, and President, Oxy Oil and Gas, Americas; Vice President, Occidental, and Executive Vice President, U.S. Operations, Oxy Oil and Gas; Executive Vice President, California Operations; and President and General Manager of the company’s Permian Basin operations. Ms. Hollub started her career at Cities Service, which was acquired by Occidental. Ms. Hollub serves on the boards of the American Petroleum Institute, Khalifa University for Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi, and Lockheed Martin. She is the chair of the U.S. Secretary of Energy Advisory Board and the U.S. chair for the U.S.-Colombia Business Council. Ms. Hollub is also a member of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative and the World Economic Forum, where she serves on the stewardship board for the Platform for Shaping the Future of Energy and Materials. A graduate of the University of Alabama, Ms. Hollub holds a Bachelor of Science in Mineral Engineering. She was inducted into the University of Alabama College of Engineering 2016 class of Distinguished Engineering Fellows.​ Dialogue 00:00 - 05:00:  Intro & Hurricane Laura, evacuation from Galveston, work from home pros, cons and impact on company culture 05:00 - 10:00:  Women, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, past, present and future shaping the culture 10:00 - 20:00:  Family, career and the workplace, Millennials, Executive compensation, and leadership 20:00 - 32:00:  The acquisition   #DRWforColorado2022

AAEM/RSA Podcasts
The Field of Critical Care in Emergency Medicine

AAEM/RSA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2020 66:21


Present by Joshua Sawyer, a medical student at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine and the AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council Southern Regional Representative and Adam Kessler, DO, an Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology Critical Care at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, where he developed an ED-ICU and an Emergency Critical Care consult service. He also serves on the Therapeutic Hypothermia Service, Quality Variance, and Critical Care Committee. Intro music by Akashic Records, Key to Success - Discover the Possibility from the album Corporate Presentation - Key to Success, powered by JAMENDO.

AAEM/RSA Podcasts
Applying EM in the time of COVID-19: Program Director Q&A

AAEM/RSA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020 74:55


Presented by Joshua Sawyer, a medical student at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine and the AAEM/RSA Medical Student Council Southern Regional Representative, and Christine Babcock, MD MSc FAAEM, Program Director at the University of Chicago, David Snow, MD MSc FACEP, Program Director for the Loyola Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Charles A. Khoury MD MSHA FAAEM FACEP, Residency Program Director at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Melissa Platt, MD FAAEM FACEP, Program Director at the University of Louisville – Department of Emergency Medicine. Intro music by Akashic Records, Key to Success - Discover the Possibility from the album Corporate Presentation - Key to Success, powered by JAMENDO.

Audio Branding
Interview With Marketing Upheaval Expert, Rudy Fernandez – Part 2

Audio Branding

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2020 20:50


Here's the second part of my interview with marketing upheaval expert Rudy Fernandez. We talked about how he directs voice talent while in a session and the most important thing to consider when doing so. We also spoke about things like:  How Rudy self-admittedly tends to overdirect and how he navigates that with the voice talent he works with The importance of always keeping voice talent involved in the creative process The difference between character reads and announcer reads How to ensure that the right voice talent is selected for a brand The importance of brands having multiple touchpoints for their audiences How companies are still utilizing radio advertising to this day The work Rudy's company is doing with The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies How audio can connect with audiences in ways other media cannot The use of earcons and how they serve as an audio logo of sorts What Rudy is working on during the Coronavirus shutdown (during which time we recorded this episode) What Rudy's daughter, a voice talent, is up to right now and the work she does in L.A. A little bit about what I've been up to during the shutdown (only because Rudy asked!)

The Practice of Medicine
COVID19 : Perspective from a Surgery Resident working near the NY/NJ Epicenter

The Practice of Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 22:01


Today we're talking with Ryan Fahy, a general surgery resident at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. Ryan attended Medical School at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine. He earned his Bachelor of Science in biology from Loyola University, in Chicago.  Ryan and I met at the ice rink in Pelham Alabama where we played beer league hockey together. Yes, we have hockey in Alabama! We crossed paths on a Facebook thread last week where we discussed the pandemic. We decided to take our conversation offline to learn about what he's experiencing and to take a peek into the research he's doing on COVID19.

USMLE Step 1 Success Stories
Episode 2: Success After Failing Step 1 with Camila Robles

USMLE Step 1 Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2019 37:25


In this episode, Michael and Rhett talk with Camila. Camila is a 3rd-year medical student at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine.  She shares her inspiring story of perseverance. She talks about her struggle with Step 1 and how she persevered and ultimately succeeded.

Interviews by Brainard Carey

I studied painting with Tony Smith at Hunter College but started out studying biochemistry and physics. I really thought of these fields as philosophy: as an illumination of limits and the backdrop for a discussion of humanity's striving to overcome them. This is not meant to describe an interest in myth, be it social or political, but rather an involvement in the elements of thought and the operations that give rise to the structure of understanding. I have exhibited nationally and internationally, and have had many solo exhibitions: Nicholas Davies Gallery, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Hal Bromm Gallery, Minus Space Gallery, University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences, and others in NY and abroad.  A recent exhibition at the J.P.Najar Foundation in Dubai resulted in the purchase of a large work. Likewise a painting shown at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in NYC resulted in a purchase award. Some group exhibitions have been in the Leubsdorf Art Gallery/ Hunter College, Sydney Non Objective/ Australia, Stavanger Kunstmuseum/ Norway, Non- Objectif Sud/ France, American Drawing in the Louisana Museum in Denmark, Stadtishe Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Germany, the MIT List Center in Boston. This year there have been drawings in ‘Flat Out” at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City and “Strange Attractors” at Seton Hall’s Walsh Gallery in NJ. I have received grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts (CAPS). The work has been written about in Art Forum, Art in America, The NYTimes, The Brooklyn Rail, ArtSlant and others.Yve Alain Bois has written the catalog essay, “Atoms”, for the exhibition “Linda Francis, Drawings” at Wm Patterson University in 1996. The two books I mentioned during our interview were : “ The Book of Disquiet” by Fernando Pessoa, and My Struggle” by Karl Ove Knausguaard. Neutron Star, 2009, Oil on Wood panel, 72”x72" “We Can Build You”, 2013, oil on wood, 40”x90”. "Homage to Messier”, 1991, 40”x32”, Chalk and eraser on paper.

Fantasy Football Podcast by Gridiron Experts
The Dynasty Draft Room Podcast - Consensus vs Contested: N’Keal Harry & Josh Jacobs

Fantasy Football Podcast by Gridiron Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2019 40:49


Welcome to the Dynasty Draft Room! In this episode Zack (@ffdynasty_ztp) and Matt (@TheFF_Educator) breakdown the tape and production for N’Keal Harry, a high consensus pick for WR1 and Josh Jacobs, a highly contested candidate for RB1 in the 2019 NFL Draft Class. In this episode they discuss: N’Keal Harry’s: -Recruiting profile, high school production, and decision to play for Arizona State despite being underutilized -High College Production -A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape -Zack & Matt debate him as WR1 and discuss why he hits the perfect blend of upside and floor Josh Jacobs’: -Recruiting profile, high school production, and decision to join a contested running back group at Alabama -College production playing alongside Damien Harris and Najee Harris -A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape -Whether he can live up to his high ADP & expectations

Rural Health Leadership Radio™
137: A Conversation with Farrell Turner

Rural Health Leadership Radio™

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 34:01


We are talking about several different aspects of rural healthcare with Farrell Turner, President of the Alabama Rural Health Association.  Farrell had the experience of a lifetime when he attended the State of the Union Address this year while he was in Washington, DC, at the NRHA Policy Institute meeting.     “There needs to be a sense of urgency because we can’t just sit back on our thumbs to make incremental changes.”   Farrell began his career with St. Luke’s Episcopal and Texas Children’s Hospitals in Houston.  After that, he was CFO at South Central Regional Medical Center in Laurel, Mississippi and has served as interim CEO and CFO in a number of small rural hospitals in the South. He most recently served as CEO of Community Hospital Corp’s Jellico Community Hospital in Tennessee and Interim CEO of Medical Center Barbour in Eufaula, Alabama for Alliant Healthcare Management. He is a subject matter expert in Rural Health Clinics, especially provider-based RHCs.  He was educated in Alabama public schools, received a Bachelor’s degree at University of Alabama College of Commerce and Business Administration in Accounting and Health Care Management, and a Master’s in Finance at the University of Houston at Clear Lake. He is a CPA, a certified coder, and a Fellow with HFMA. He is President of the Alabama Rural Health Association and has been chapter President of the Anniston- Gadsden and Oxford Chapters of the American Academy of Professional Coders.  He enjoys hunting and has taken up running. He completed his first half-marathon on his 60th birthday and did it again on his next birthday. He lives in rural Cleburne County with his wife Beverly.  During our conversation, Farrell talks about an excellent tool for rural health leaders, the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps.  Hopefully you will find this a useful tool as well. 

ESPN The Classroom
Iron Bowl

ESPN The Classroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2016 101:12


On this epidisode of The Classroom, Dr. Keith Strudler and Geoff Brault, along with student intern Michael Wallace broadcast live from the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences the day of the Iron Bowl. During the show, they are joined by Alabama's Andy Billings, director of their program in sports media and the Ronald Chair in Broadcasting, to discuss the most recent HBO/Real Sports Marist Poll examining the future of football and head trauma. Later on the program, Rogers-Spivey Faculty Fellow in Information Systems, Statistics, and Management Science Jim Cochran came on the show to talk about ways that football programs could use statistics and analytics to play smarter football. Then all discussed where the Iron Bowl rivalry fit in the larger landscape of sports rivalries.

Julie Laible Memorial Lecture on Anti-Racist Scholarship, Education and Social Activism
Creating the Schools We Need and Moving Beyond Catchy Slogans and the Politics Blame

Julie Laible Memorial Lecture on Anti-Racist Scholarship, Education and Social Activism

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2010 44:53


The University of Alabama College of Education presents Dr. Pedro Noguera as the 2010 Julie Laible Memorial Lecturer on Anti-Racist Scholarship, Education and Social Activism. Noguera is the inaugural Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at New York University. In addition to serving as a professor at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Development at New York University, he also holds tenured faculty appointments in the department of sociology at NYU the department of humanities and social sciences at Steinhardt. In 2008, New York Governor David Paterson chose Noguera to serve on the State University of New York Board of Trustees. Noguera is executive director of the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Globalization and Education in Urban Settings. As an urban sociologist, Noguera has made a noted impact with his research on the influence of social and economic conditions on urban school environments. He has over one hundred and fifty publications in his field of research and has appeared as a commentator on CNN and National Public Radio among other national news providers.