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Public Health On Call
472 - Learning from 1 Million COVID Deaths and Preparing for “The Contagion Next Time”

Public Health On Call

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 15:25


Dr. Sandro Galea, dean of the Boston University School of Public Health and author of the book “The Contagion Next Time” talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about why the US was a “sitting duck” at the onset of the pandemic. They also discuss what needs to change in public health—and society—to be better prepared for day-to-day challenges and the next emergency.

Track World News
Interview Series: Toby Makoyawo

Track World News

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 29:36


Today we sit down with Boston University standout sprinter, Toby Makoyawo. Toby shares with us his change from soccer to track and field, importance of building a brand on social media for student athletes, new found love after coming back from injury, and much much more. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! Use code twn10 at https://trackbarn.com/ to get 10% your order Use code twn at https://www.manscaped.com/to get 20% off and free shipping --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support

Her Time to Retire
Episode 53: A Chat with Economist Laurence Kotlikoff

Her Time to Retire

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 79:11


This week Lynn sits down for a conversation with Laurence Kotlikoff, a professor of economics at Boston University, president of Economic Security Planning, and a New York Times best-selling author. https://kotlikoff.net/ Want to purchase Larry's new book, Money Magic? Go to the Her Retirement bookstore and support a small book reseller. Interested in the Her Retirement software platform? Check out a free trial at Her Retirement.  Interested in Larry's Maxifi software, but don't want to try and figure out how to use it on your own? Email Lynn at: lynnt@herretirement.com  

Just Admit It!
Semester 4: Episode 10: What different types of universities are there?

Just Admit It!

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 30:44


With over 3,000 four-year institutions in the US, it can be challenging for students to know where to start when researching universities to build their balanced college lists. There are so many different factors to consider, such as size, location and campus culture. In this episode, IvyWise college admissions counselors Carolyn (formerly at Vanderbilt), Krista (formerly at Johns Hopkins) and Tasha (formerly at USC and Boston University) shed light on all sorts of different institutions, including public vs private; rural vs suburban vs urban; small vs medium vs large; liberal arts colleges, arts colleges, institutes of technology and colleges with religious affiliations; single-sex colleges; HBCUs; and military academies!

The Karen Kenney Show
Be Mindful Of What You Plant

The Karen Kenney Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 27:07


Did you know that from the third trimester, when we're still in our mom's belly until the time that we're about seven years old, we are deeply programmable, open to suggestions and often operating in the brain wave states most associated with being hypnotized? Like little sponges, we soak up everything we hear, see and experience in our environments, including scary situations or mean statements like, “You're stupid, you're never going to learn, you're never gonna amount to anything, you're too fat, you're too ugly” and so much more. All the stuff that people mindlessly don't think about when they're saying it around their children, or directly to them and sometimes the stuff they repeat even to themselves.. These statements then get absorbed, and we become conditioned and indoctrinated into these particular ways of seeing ourselves, the stories we tell and believe and ultimately shows up in who and how we are being. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we're talking about being more mindful of what we allow ourselves to believe and what we'll continue to allow in. When we're little kids, we're not responsible for the things that were said to us or done to us. However, we are responsible for what we choose to do with or about those thoughts, meanings and beliefs now that we're older. It's our task to recognize that those stories are no longer serving us and are in fact, inhibiting us to the point that they have become harmful. Are you ready to rewrite your stories and transform your life? KK's Takeaways: • Overgrowth (4:39) • We Are So Deeply Hypnotized (10:54) • Old Beliefs Have Got To Go (17:21) • Ready To Stop Doing It On Your Own (23:58) Karen Kenney is a certified https://www.karenkenney.com/spiritual-mentoring (Spiritual Mentor), Certified Hypnotists, writer, speaker, and the host of https://www.karenkenney.com/podcast (The Karen Kenney Show Podcast). She's also the founder of https://www.karenkenney.com/nest (THE NEST) - an online spiritual membership & community. She's been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for close to three decades, a certified yoga teacher for 20+ years and is a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation. She's also a Gateless Writing Instructor, workshop facilitator and transformational retreat leader. KK grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA, and graduated from Boston University with a degree in Communications. She's known for her storytelling, her sense of humor and her “down-to-earth”, no BS approach to Spirituality. She helps people to rewrite their old stories, shift their perception from fear to Love, and deepen their connection to Self, Source & Spirit. Using her signature process - Your Story to Your Glory™ - people learn how to transform themselves and their lives from the inside out, so they can feel empowered, play a proactive part in their own healing, and experience more fun, flow, and freedom! A sought-after speaker, spiritual teacher, and thought leader for podcasts, shows, live events, group retreats and entrepreneurial mastermind programs, Karen has been invited to speak & teach on various platforms, stages & retreat centers across the country, including the renowned https://www.eomega.org/workshops/teachers/karen-kenney (Omega Institute for Holistic Studies). You can learn more & connect with KK at:http://www.karenkenney.com/ ( www.karenkenney.com) Thank you so much for listening! If you're digging the show, I'd be wicked grateful if you would go to Apple Podcasts, hit Follow and then leave a star rating & review. If something I shared from my heart today somehow landed in yours, I'd love to hear about it. So please tag me on Facebook or Instagram and let me know what your favorite part was or what you found most helpful. If you can think of someone that could benefit from hearing this episode, please share it with them & help me to spread the good word and the Love. xo 

Very Happy Stories
54. Hijacked by PANS. How One Mother's Advocacy Helped Heal Her Own Son

Very Happy Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 23:51


Panic, hallucinations, intrusive thoughts! These are all symptoms of PANS / PANDAS. It's a terrifying ordeal to live through when your child is stricken with such a complex and mysterious condition. No one knows this better than Brandi Dean, Lyme advocate and founder of the Dean Center for Tick-Borne Illness at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Brandi has been a passionate advocate for patients with Lyme disease since 2011. Most recently she advocates for children and adolescents with PANS and PANDAS, as her 10-year-old son, Finn, was diagnosed with PANS in 2020. In this episode, Brandi shares her son's story including his sudden onset, the complexity of his illness which also included a diagnosis of Lyme and other tick-borne illness, as well as his treatment plan. She credits her physicians for his remarkable recovery. His story is featured on Lymedisease.org and Fox News Boston. Learn how she managed to cope through this extra challenging period in her life and how they made it to the other side. Grateful for our Sponsor! The presenting sponsor of Very Happy Stories is Fruitful Yield Health Foods, a family-owned business serving Chicagoland since 1962. Find all your health & wellness essentials in-store or online at www.fruitfulyield.com. You can save $5 off $25 online - valid for Store Pickup, Curbside Pickup, Same Day Delivery, or standard shipping. Use code VERYHAPPY at checkout. About Liza's Guest, Brandi Dean In 2015, Brandi Dean founded the Dean Center for Tick-Borne Illness at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Her personal experience as a young mother with Lyme disease led her to identify a need for a multidisciplinary center to treat individuals suffering from persistent tick-borne illness. Acting as an advisor and advocate, she joined hands with both physicians and leadership at Spaulding Rehab to help open the first center embedded in a major academic medical institution focused on treating patients with chronic tick-borne illnesses. Brandi continues to serve as an active Advisory Board member for the Dean Center for Tick-Borne Illness. Her story has been featured in the Boston Globe, DoctorOz.com, Good Housekeeping, and WCVB.  Brandi has been a passionate advocate for patients with Lyme disease since 2011 and most recently for children and adolescents with PANS and PANDAS. Her 10-year-old son, Finn, was diagnosed with PANS in 2020, whom she credits her physicians for his remarkable recovery. His story is featured on Lymedisease.org and Fox News Boston. Brandi's determination to make a positive difference in the lives of patients with Lyme disease is additionally demonstrated in her leadership of Ride Out Lyme, a charity event she designed and that raises financial grants for adults with the tick-borne illness. The event is held annually at SoulCycle in Boston, NYC, and Los Angeles with expansion into other cities. She also serves on the Board for the Alex Manfull Fund. Prior to her work in the field of Lyme disease, Brandi's professional life included a four-year tour of duty in the United States Coast Guard. Brandi also has a decade of experience in leadership in the hospitality industry and has a degree in Business from Boston University. Follow Liza and Very Happy Stories   Instagram or Facebook Download Liza's free Thrive Guide for more of Liza's best practices on thriving during difficult times. Subscribe to Liza's newsletter on Http://VeryHappyStories.com. MAY IS LYME AWARENESS MONTH! Very Happy Stories has partnered with The LymeLight Foundation. Their mission is to provide grants to enable eligible children and young adults with Lyme disease to receive proper treatment and medication as well as raising awareness about Lyme disease. When you support the LymeLight Foundation you are supporting a child's recovery. Here are some ways you can donate. Donate Here and mention Very Happy Stories Purchase a Very Happy Stories Gratitude Hat. All proceeds are donated to The LymeLight Foundation. Purchase merchandise from The LymeLight Store  Thank you for supporting a child's treatment and recovery. My hope and belief is that we will heal all the beautiful children infected with Lyme and tick-borne infections. Grateful for you and your support.

New Books in German Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in American Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in Anthropology
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Sociology
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Public Policy
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican

The Power Of Zero Show
The Tax Freight Train Bearing Down on Your Retirement Plan

The Power Of Zero Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:37


For David, the problem is that the U.S. has promised its people way more than it can afford to pay. The debt clock says $30 trillion, which is a mind-boggling figure. According to other experts, however, the real number is actually higher than that. It is close to the $125 trillion mark. Citing Dr. Larry Kotlikoff from Boston University, David reveals that, according to a fiscal gap accounting, the projection over the next 75 years isn't $30 trillion, nor $125 trillion… it sees true national debt in the U.S. sitting much closer to $239 trillion. One of the key questions David brings up is: for a retiring generation of Baby Boomers who saved the lion's share of their retirement savings and tax-deferred vehicles like 401ks, what rate are their postponed tax payments going to be taxed at? David shares that, with the exception of a small period in the early ‘90s, taxes haven't been as historically low as they are today in 80 years. He advises to do all the heavy lifting now by preemptively paying taxes on IRAs and 401ks before tax rates go up on January 1st 2026. David talks about the fact that after January 1st 2026, tax rates are going to revert back to what they were in 2017. This means that each day that goes by where we fail to take advantage of historically low tax rates is potentially a year beyond 2026 where we could be forced to pay the highest tax rates we are likely to see in our lifetime. David shares his insights about how retirees and retirees-to-be can transition these assets before January 1st 2026 arrives. David advises those who have too much money in their 401k or IRA to start repositioning that money systematically to the tax free bucket by way of a Roth conversion. The Roth conversion has no income limitation. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, is just borrowing money that they don't have. Every year that Congress doesn't fix the problem means new consequences. (aka higher tax rates).     Mentioned in this episode: David's books: Power of Zero, Look Before Your LIRP, The Volatility Shield, Tax-Free Income for Life and The Infinity Code DavidMcKnight.com PowerOfZero.com (free video series) @mcknightandco on Twitter  @davidcmcknight on Instagram David McKnight on YouTube

Liquid Latenites
Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope

Liquid Latenites

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 1:24


Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope       Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a result of an early effort of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. to erect a monument to King.[23] King was a member of the fraternity, initiated into the organization via Sigma Chapter on June 22, 1952,[24] while he was attending Boston University completing his doctoral studies     The street address for the memorial is 1964 Independence Avenue SW in Washington, D.C.    The address "1964" was chosen as a direct reference to the 1964 Civil Rights Act, a milestone in the Civil Rights Movement in which King played an important role.   The centerpiece for the memorial is based on a line from King's "I Have A Dream" speech: "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.

Homicide Inc.
Episode 64 | SHE TEXTED 40,000 TIMES THEN HE KILLED HIMSELF | A True Crime Double Header

Homicide Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 32:52


We have 2 tragic but highly interesting cases to dig into on this episode of Homicide Inc. Two unrelated cases of bullying of college students that ended in tragedy. Is suicide as a result of bullying a criminal act? STORY1: Tyler Clementi was a freshman at Rutgers University and was just getting his stride as a young adult. He moved in with a roommate in the school dorms but then things took a sinister turn. When his new roomie found out Clementi was gay, the homophobic bullying and a humiliating invasion of privacy made him finally snap. Was his roommate ultimately responsible for the cause of death?STORY 2: Alexander Urtula was hours away from graduating at Boston University. He had everything going for him, and then he jumped from a parking garage. It was a desperate move to silence the relentless abuse from his nagging girlfriend. She told him to kill himself on more than one occasion and he finally did. Did she commit a crime in this case? Listen on to find out!  ★Enjoy!★★★ SUICIDE PREVENTIONIf you or someone you know if having suicidal thoughts PLEASE GET HELP! There is help available globally. See this site for more information. https://blog.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlines/★I'd like to as a quick favor - please rate the Homicide Inc podcast if you haven't already. Click the stars (all 5 if you fancy) and leave a comment if you would. OK let's get into it. ★★PLEASE SHARE Homicide Inc. with your friends! Like True Crime? Check out the Homicide Inc. true crime podcast. Compelling true crime stories hosted by voice actor Peter von Gomm.https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/homicide-inc/id1548239093★NEED MORE HOMICIDE INC.? Check out our PATREON campaign for exclusive Homicide Inc. podcasts available only to Patrons!https://www.patreon.com/petervongomm★THE HOMICIDE INC. WEBSITE is here!https://www.homicide-inc.com★DISCORD CHAT! Want to chat about the Homicide Inc. podcasts and crime in general? Join us on our Discord server here.  https://discord.gg/peBqDfT6★ WHO AM I ?My name is Peter von Gomm and I'm a professional Voice actor and Narrator and in this podcast I'll be bringing you high quality True Crime that passes the test of time. You've come to the right place for a great story! ★PODCAST SUPPORTIf you like these Podcasts and would like to help support their production, please consider buying me a cup of coffee! This will help keep me wired for writing and recording these weekly podcasts, and contribute towards web and podcast hosting. Thanks very much indeed! :0)  buymeacoffee.com/petervongomm★STORY SUBMISSIONIf you have an INTRIGUING TRUE STORY to share and would like me to consider reading it in a podcast, please submit it to petervongomm.reads@gmail.com *It must be well-written please. ;0)★Homicide Inc. theme song by Christopher J. Ortonhttps://www.fiverr.com/meandamic*Guitars played by Joao Corceirohttps://www.fiverr.com/joaocorceiroSOURCES for this podcast#truecrime #murder #truestory #homicide #homicideinc #crime #investigative #killer  #horror #truecrimepodcast #truecrimecommunity #alexurtula #tylerclementiSupport the show

Telepractice Today
Sean Sweeney Discusses Technology In Speech-Language Pathology & Telepractice

Telepractice Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 66:52


Sean Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and technology consultant working in private practice at The Ely Center in Newton, MA and at Boston University. Sean spent over a decade in the public school setting serving in the roles of SLP and instructional technology specialist. His blog, SpeechTechie, was inspired by the combination of those complementary vocations and a desire to empower those in his field to employ technology in their work. Sean currently consults to and presents for local and national organizations on technology integration in speech and language interventions. Sean has been a regular columnist for The ASHA Leader, a Jeopardy! contestant, and a hiker of various trails. Contact him at sean@speechtechie.com.

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast
NCAA Lacrosse Tourney, Day 1 Recaps, Princeton, Penn, Yale & Virginia Advance, UVA Spoils Ivy Attempt To Sweep (LaxFactor Podcast #208)

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 24:49


NCAA Tournament Day 1, Princeton, Penn, Yale Win, Virginia Prevents Ivy Sweep (LaxFactor Podcast #208) The first day of the NCAA Lacrosse Tournament kicked off on Saturday with four games being played through the day and I sat down and watched every minute of every game. Princeton took the first contest of the day over Boston University. Erik Peters stopped 15 of the 20 shots he faced on the day, Chris Brown put up 5 assists and Princeton rolled to victory. Richmond scared the hell out of Penn forcing Penn to tie the game late to force overtime. Penn would win the first possession of OT and score the game winner, a beautifully drawn up play executed to perfection, Ben Smith scores said game winner, and the Ivies are now 2-0 on the day. St. Joe's put up a great showing against Yale. Levi Anderson a guy I've slept on all season put up 3 goals in the loss and St. Joe's had a 9-6 lead at one point in this game before Yale took the wheel and squeaked out a 2 goal victory. Matt Brandau and Leo Johnson each put up 4 goals and 2 helpers while Chris Lyons went 3 & 3 in the Yale win. The last game of the day, Virginia at Brown gave the Ivy League a chance to sweep the day and go 4-0. But Virginia and Connor Shellenberger had other plans. Shelly went for 4 goals and 4 assists on the day, Cormier chipped in 5 goals, and UVA used a second half surge to drop Bruno 17-10. I'll also briefly touch on some Division III scores towards the end of this show. RIT spanked Albion 22-6. Union continued their great run dropping John Carroll 14-7. Salisbury got past Stockton by 9 goals, Tufts murdered Norwich 33-10, St. Lawrence just got past Cortland 15-14, Gettysburg over Roanoke 14-8, Lynchburg got beat by Western New England, Wesleyan took down RPI, York over Denison and so on. Support the channel, buy some swag... https://www.laxfactor.com/ Watch the show w/ video on YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/laxfactor/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
FFS From Day 1 with Dr. Delaney Spaulding

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 74:20


Sponsored by Kettenbach Dental.  Contact: (877) 532-2123 www.kettenbach-dental.us Webshop: www.kettenbachusa.com About Dr. Delaney Spaulding:   Dr. Delaney Spaulding is the proud owner of Ross Bridge Dentistry. She started her career in dentistry at the age of 15 working alongside her mother in a Fee for Service practice. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a Biology degree, she moved up north to attend the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine at Boston University. Upon completion of dental school, she moved down to Alabama to put down some roots. Navigating the job market as a new grad associate was complicated enough without uncertainty caused by the COVID pandemic and the impact it had on dental offices across the world. While the dust was settling in the summer of 2020, she decided to take the leap and purchase an entirely PPO driven practice. Over the course of the next two years, she has transformed a small neighborhood practice with patients deeply tied to their insurance benefits into the Fee for Service office of her dreams. ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

Well, Now What?!
101. Kelsea Knowles - Food to Film & Growing up Half Chinese

Well, Now What?!

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 31:36


I am joined by Kelsea. She is half-Chinese and lives in Toronto. With a BFA from OCAD and a lifetime of work in hospitality she currently works in film production but has recently made the big career leap after working for celebrity chef Susur Lee for 10 years as Chief of Staff and Executive Assistant. Whom I interviewed on the podcast earlier! She's currently working on a podcast called Mixed Feelings which is set to air this May, The podcast will cover interviews about representation in film, colourism, food rituals and other topics mixed people sometimes have mixed feelings about growing up in a globalized modern world. Her big interests are food, hospitality, and media. She is happiest when watching TV or trying new restaurants or recipes. She recently took an online graduate-level course with Boston University in Food Studies on Gender Studies where she specifically focused on Chinese birth and death rituals relating to food and deferred (due to COVID) a 6-month culinary position in France at Ecole Ducasse with Chef Alaine Ducasse. She's looking forward to what her 30s look like for her and how she'll be able to blend all of her skills and interests together to create an interesting and exciting future! Follow @mixedfeelingsradio

Harvard Divinity School
Psychedelics, Spirituality, and a Culture of Seekership

Harvard Divinity School

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:47


Sixty years ago on Good Friday, a famous experiment took place at Boston University's Marsh Chapel conducted by Harvard Divinity School student Walter Pahnke, where he tried to answer the question: Do psychedelic drugs occasioned mystical experiences? In 2022, conversations about the connections between psychedelics, science and medicine, and spirituality are again top of mind, from Harvard and the academy to research hospitals and beyond. In this episode, Harvard Divinity School student Paul Gillis-Smith speaks to scholar J. Christian Greer about the impact of the “Marsh Chapel Miracle,” what role psychedelics might play in the future of religion, and why, he says, there's potential for great harm, but reasons to be hopeful, too. Full transcript: https://hds.harvard.edu/news/2022/05/12/psychedelics-spirituality-culture-seekership

The Harvard Religion Beat
Psychedelics, Spirituality, and a Culture of Seekership

The Harvard Religion Beat

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:47


Sixty years ago on Good Friday, a famous experiment took place at Boston University's Marsh Chapel conducted by Harvard Divinity School student Walter Pahnke, where he tried to answer the question: Do psychedelic drugs occasioned mystical experiences? In 2022, conversations about the connections between psychedelics, science and medicine, and spirituality are again top of mind, from Harvard and the academy to research hospitals and beyond. In this episode, Harvard Divinity School student Paul Gillis-Smith speaks to scholar J. Christian Greer about the impact of the “Marsh Chapel Miracle,” what role psychedelics might play in the future of religion, and why, he says, there's potential for great harm, but reasons to be hopeful, too.

The Karen Kenney Show
Resisting A Rest

The Karen Kenney Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 46:40


It can feel challenging sometimes, especially if you were raised as a “blue collar kid” to take time to rest even when it's needed. But the push back against resting is really just an old pattern of societal pressure and subconscious programming, that we can not only let go of, but we can replace with a more helpful way of thinking. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we're talking about how the brain loves to keep us “safe” by keeping us in what is familiar. When we start to move into areas that are outside of our known comfort zone, like slowing down and taking a break - our brain can go into the “Danger Will Robinson” panic mode. Knowing this, we sometimes need to give each other and ourselves a permission slip to let go and stop resisting the rest our body needs. Call it a sick day, a day of Sabbath or a sabbatical - sometimes it's just what the doctor ordered. The truth is just because we could keep going and doing, doesn't mean we should. Just because we can, doesn't mean it makes a whole lot of sense to do it. As a Generator (in my Human Design) I can do a lot of things. But it doesn't mean that it's what's best for me, the other people, the program, the product, or the project I'm working on to do that. So, I'm going to let you in on a little secret; take it from a “blue collar kid” who was taught to bust her ass and knows how to work really hard… It's okay to take a rest and doing so is not a weakness. Stop resisting a rest when you need it and you'll probably find that you're even more present, positive and productive in the end as a result. KK's Takeaways: I Suck At Being Sick (4:08) We Were Ingrained (9:19) Subconscious Reprogramming Tool (13:15) No Such Thing As Multitasking(16:49) My Own Theory (19:15) We Fall Apart (25:56) False God Of Busyness (28:52) Enough Is Enough (31:49) When We Get Still (35:29) Present Moment (41:45) Karen Kenney is a certified https://www.karenkenney.com/spiritual-mentoring (Spiritual Mentor), Certified Hypnotist, writer, speaker, and the host of https://www.karenkenney.com/podcast (The Karen Kenney Show Podcast). She's also the founder of https://www.karenkenney.com/nest (THE NEST) - an online spiritual membership & community. She's been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for close to three decades, a certified yoga teacher for 20+ years and is a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation. She's also a Gateless Writing Instructor and transformational retreat leader. KK grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA, and graduated from Boston University with a degree in Communications. She's known for her storytelling, her sense of humor and her “down-to-earth”, no BS approach to Spirituality. She helps people to rewrite their old stories, shift their perception from fear to Love, and deepen their connection to Self, Source & Spirit. Using her signature process - Your Story to Your Glory™ - people learn how to transform themselves and their lives from the inside out, so they can feel empowered, play a proactive part in their own healing, and experience more fun, flow, and freedom! A sought-after speaker, spiritual teacher, and thought leader for podcasts, shows, live events, group retreats and entrepreneurial mastermind programs, Karen has been invited to speak & teach on various platforms, stages & retreat centers across the country, including leading four week-long workshops at the https://www.eomega.org/workshops/teachers/karen-kenney (Omega Institute for Holistic Studies). You can learn more & connect with KK at:http://www.karenkenney.com/ ( www.karenkenney.com) Thank you so much for listening! If you're digging the show, I'd be wicked grateful if you would go to Apple Podcasts, hit Follow and then leave a star rating & review. If something I shared from my heart today somehow landed in yours, I'd love to hear about it. So please tag me on Facebook or Instagram and let me know what your favorite part was or what you found most...

Ethics in Action Podcast
Reading Between The Lines in Russia and Ukraine: A Conversation with Ambassador Vesko Garcevic

Ethics in Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 51:21


We continue our series on the war in Ukraine.  Our guest is Vesko Garcevic, former ambassador of Montenegro to NATO, OSCE, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Vesko is currently Professor of the Practice of International Relations at the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. We talk about what it means to diplomatically engage with Russia and whether it makes sense to think of it as a pariah state. We also take up some misconceptions about the role of NATO expansion in precipitating the current war. 

Lacrosse All Stars Network
Quintessential Lacrosse Podcast: Quint Breaks down round 1 of the D1 NCAA Men's tournament

Lacrosse All Stars Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:08


Quint breaks down each of the first round matchups. 00:30 - Boston University vs Princeton 03:05 - Richmond vs Penn 09:05 - Yale vs Saint Joe's 11:20 - Brown vs Virginia 15:00 - Maryland vs Vermont/Manhattan 18:35 - Harvard vs Rutgers 23:00 - Ohio State vs Cornell 28:08 - Georgetown vs Delaware/Robert Morris All games offered on ESPN channels. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lax-all-stars/message

The Charity Charge Show
EP 89 Thomas Canavan | Executive Director, National Law Enforcement Museum

The Charity Charge Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 35:04


In Episode 89 of the Charity Charge Show, Stephen talks to Thomas Canavan, Executive Director of National Law Enforcement Museum, whose mission is to honor the role of law enforcement, in service to society, by recognizing the sacrifices and valor of law enforcement, educating the community, and making it safer for those who serve. Stephen and Thomas Canavan talk about the effect of COVID-19 on the National Law Enforcement Museum and how CALEB (Community Alliances and Law Enforcement Bulletin Network) is bringing communities and law enforcement together. Thomas Canavan is the Executive Director of the National Law Enforcement Museum and beginning in late 2019 began refocusing the Museum into what it is today…a place that honors the history and heroism of law enforcement officers. Thomas leads the Museum's operations which includes exhibitions, education, outreach, and fostering strategic partnerships, all of which focuses on telling the story of American law enforcement. Thomas is an accomplished non-profit professional with leadership expertise in developing exhibitions as well as educational and outreach programs that focus on building thriving communities. His experience includes establishing collaborative program environments; development and oversight of innovative educational programming; and cultivating strategic partnerships and alliances between local government, corporate sector, and nonprofit organizations. He holds a Master of Science, Arts Administration from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art from the University of Maryland. Thomas Canavan on using social media to bring communities and law enforcement together: After the death of George Floyd, there was a lot of unrest around the country, and the relationship between communities and law enforcement, in certain places, was very strained. In this environment we as an organization we were thinking about our platform, and the connections that we have to the law enforcement community as a whole and wanted to see if it were possible to pull together best practices within that community on a national level. We ended up creating CALEB (Community Alliances and Law Enforcement Bulletin Network) a national bulletin board, where we invited people to post what works in their communities to see if we could make something positive happen. Once we had collected a lot of ideas, we saw that a lot of engagement was happening in other parts of the country. Overall we wanted to create a social media platform that was built and designed so that the law enforcement community and the public could come together to have a dialogue about what's working in their communities. We want to help pull all this information for the benefit of engagement with law enforcement who are really busy, working long hours in long stretches of days in a row. CALEB is a really great project and we're hoping that more people will hear about it and start to participate.

Century Lives
Why We Work

Century Lives

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:18


Why do Americans work so much - more than their counterparts in almost every other developed country - and with the pandemic sparking a national crisis of purpose, how can we redefine our work/life balance to be healthier?   Americans spend more than 90,000 hours working over a lifetime - 10% more than our Canadian neighbors and 25% more than workers in Germany. How did this happen, why did our national assumptions and beliefs around work crash during the pandemic and what can we do to create a different work/life balance that's healthier? In our second episode of the season, we dive into America's history to understand how this work ethic emerged and why it is suddenly undergoing unprecedented change. From the Puritans to Horatio Alger, we navigate the cultural phenomena leading us to modern day. We also examine the decline in economic mobility that challenged this national mindset, and how we can now build different yet viable relationships with work. Guests are David Blustein, Boston University; Jared Rubin, Chapman University; and Aaron Benanav, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin.

On Record PR
Leadership and the importance of self-advocacy in your career with Georgetown's Hillary Sale

On Record PR

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 33:28


In this episode of On Record PR, Gina Rubel goes on record with Hillary Sale, Associate Dean, and Professor at Georgetown University, to discuss leadership and the importance of acting as a strong self-advocate in your career. They talk about self-advocacy, the Harvard Women's Leadership Initiative, DirectWomen, inclusion and diversity, creative friction and much more. Learn More Hillary A. Sale is a recognized expert in leadership and corporate governance. She has been a member of the FINRA Board of Governors since 2016, where she Chairs the Regulatory Policy Committee and serves on the Executive, Nominating and Governance, Compensation, and Regulatory Operations Committees. She is also a member of the Advisory Board of Foundation Press, an educational publisher of scholarly books, and a director with DirectWomen, a nonprofit focused on increasing the presence of women on public company boards. Hillary is the Chair of the DirectWomen Board Institute and serves on DirectWomen's Executive, Nominating and Governance, and Selection Committees. Hillary is also the Associate Dean for Strategy, an award-winning scholar and teacher, and the Agnes Williams Sesquicentennial Professor of Law and a Professor of Management at Georgetown University. As an industry-focused academic, she writes and speaks about leadership and corporate governance. In the spring of 2017, she was the Sullivan & Cromwell Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, teaching Women's Leadership and Corporate Boards and Governance. She is an accomplished business partner who speaks to and works with industry groups and academic audiences and was selected by the St. Louis Business Journal as a “2014 Most Influential Business Woman.” In addition to running leadership and governance programs, Hillary consults regularly with CEOs and C-suite executives on leadership, governance, strategy, inclusion and diversity, and company culture. She also develops custom executive education programs and works with business leaders in programs at Harvard Law, where she Chairs the Women's Leadership Initiative, and at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and the Law Center. Hillary graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and holds a master's degree in Economics from Boston University, where she also completed her B.A., summa cum laude. Before joining the Georgetown faculty, she was the Walter D. Coles Professor of Law and a Professor of Management at Washington University in St. Louis. Hillary also worked in the government investigations and corporate and securities class actions areas at WilmerHale, LLP and in Massachusetts politics.

The Belt and Road Podcast
54: The Chinese Insurance Sector and the BRI with Margaret Myers

The Belt and Road Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 32:13


Margaret Myers returns to The Belt and Road Podcast to speak with Erik about the role and development of China's International Insurance sector and in Latin America and the Caribbean.  The conversation is based on her January 2022 report from The Dialogue entitled Going Out, Guaranteed: Chinese Insurers in Latin America. Margaret Myers is the director of the Asia & Latin America Program at the Inter-American Dialogue. She created the Dialogue's China and Latin America Working Group in 2011, as well as the China-Latin America Finance Database in cooperation with the Global China Initiative at Boston University's Global Development Policy Center. She has previously worked as a Latin America analyst and China analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense.Recommendations:MargaretAlbright, Zara C., Rebecca Ray, Yudong (Nathan) Liu (2022), China-Latin America and the Caribbean Economic Bulletin, 2022 Edition ErikRichard Simmons  'Sweatin' to the Oldies' Workout VideoA special thanks to Taili Ni for editing this episode! 

First Person Plural: EI & Beyond
Peter Haberl: Attention is the Currency of Performance

First Person Plural: EI & Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 52:00


This is the second conversation in our three part series on achievement, one of four self-management competencies in Dan Goleman's framework of emotional intelligence.Our guest, Peter Haberl, joined the United States Olympic Committee in 1998. In his current position as senior sport psychologist, he provides individual and team consultations and mental training sessions to various national team athletes with a specific specialization in team sports. Haberl has enjoyed the privilege of having worked at nine Olympic Games, four Pan American Games, and one Paralympic Games with U.S. athletes. Prior to joining the Olympic Movement in the U.S., Haberl played professional ice hockey in Austria. Born in Austria, Haberl received his bachelor's degree in sports science from the University of Vienna, Austria. He later earned his master's degree in counseling and his Ed. D. in counseling psychology at Boston University. A licensed psychologist, Haberl focuses on mindfulness and ACT-based interventions. He enjoys using his daughter's art work in his presentations.In this episode, Peter Haberl joins Liz Solomon to discuss how US Olympic athletes, coaches and staff unlock achievement within the system of their teams. Support the show

Vetandets värld
Historien bakom NATO:s expansion efter Kalla kriget

Vetandets värld

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:38


Natos utvidgning efter 1989 när Berlinmuren föll innebar att försvarsalliansen nästan fördubblade antalet medlemmar. Vad innebar det då och vad skulle beslut om medlemskap för Sverige kunna innebära nu? "En perfekt storm" efter kalla krigets slut där alla förutsättningar samverkade gav USA och NATO möjligheten att expandera in i centrala och östra Europa, menar Joshua Shifrinson, en av tre amerikanska statsvetare som vi hör om NATO:s utveckling, och som delvis ger ett annat perspektiv på vad Sverige har att vinna och förlora på ett medlemskap än vad som nu hörs starkast i den svenska politiska debatten. Shifrinson och kollegan Richards Betts menar att Sverige inte skulle ha så mycket att vinna på ett svenska NATO-medlemskap utifrån hur de uppfattar hotbilden. Sverige skulle kunna räkna med stöd NATO:s stöd även utan ett medlemskap, säger de, och påminner om vilka skyldigheter ett medlemskap medför. Vi hör också den svenske historikern Aryo Makko, vid Stockholms universitet, som forskat kring neutrala länders relation till Sovjetunionen. Han kommenterar bland annat de "brutna löften" om att inte utvidga NATO, som Ryssland numera ofta lyfter fram. Medverkande: Richard Betts, professor of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University och Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations; Joshua Shifrinson, Associate Professor of International Relations Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University; James Goldgeier, Visiting Scholar at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, och professor vid School of International Service at American University, Wahsington DC; Aryo Makko, historiker vid Stockholms universitetProgramledare: Annika ÖstmanProducent: Björn Gunér bjorn.guner@sverigesradio.se

New Books in Communications
On Teaching Religion on YouTube

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:53


Andrew M. Henry is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Boston University and founder of the educational YouTube channel, Religion for Breakfast. Andrew has produced over 50 video lectures on a variety of religious studies topics, used by educators worldwide. You can follow him on twitter @andrewmarkhenry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books Network
On Teaching Religion on YouTube

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:53


Andrew M. Henry is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Boston University and founder of the educational YouTube channel, Religion for Breakfast. Andrew has produced over 50 video lectures on a variety of religious studies topics, used by educators worldwide. You can follow him on twitter @andrewmarkhenry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Education
On Teaching Religion on YouTube

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:53


Andrew M. Henry is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Boston University and founder of the educational YouTube channel, Religion for Breakfast. Andrew has produced over 50 video lectures on a variety of religious studies topics, used by educators worldwide. You can follow him on twitter @andrewmarkhenry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

New Books in Religion
On Teaching Religion on YouTube

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:53


Andrew M. Henry is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Boston University and founder of the educational YouTube channel, Religion for Breakfast. Andrew has produced over 50 video lectures on a variety of religious studies topics, used by educators worldwide. You can follow him on twitter @andrewmarkhenry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books in Science Fiction
On Teaching Religion on YouTube

New Books in Science Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:53


Andrew M. Henry is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Boston University and founder of the educational YouTube channel, Religion for Breakfast. Andrew has produced over 50 video lectures on a variety of religious studies topics, used by educators worldwide. You can follow him on twitter @andrewmarkhenry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-fiction

HealthMatters
E83: Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare

HealthMatters

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 20:15


In this episode, we welcome Bronwyn Keefe (bronwyn@bu.edu), Research Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work, and Craig Slater (cslater@bu.edu), Clinical Assistant Professor and the Director for Interprofessional Education and Practice at Sargent College. Together with our moderator Karen Jacobs, Bronwyn and Craig developed the Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Online Certificate Program. They shared the serendipitous process of developing the program throughout COVID, and its next steps after a successful first cohort. About the Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Online Certificate Program: This five-month, fully online certificate program equips learners with the knowledge and skills to effectively lead inter-professional teams. Our program is designed for individuals with three or more years of professional experience in any health profession or setting, who lead, or aspire to lead, inter-professional teams. Learners participate in weekly live, online classrooms and engage with self-paced online learning modules featuring interactive exercises, videos, and journals. The online live classroom sessions use Project ECHO® to facilitate technology-enabled, peer-to-peer, collaborative learning, which adopts an ‘all teach, all learn' approach. This certificate program was developed through a partnership between Sargent College and BU School of Social Work, with support from BU Digital Learning and Innovation and the Office of Distance Education. The development process is described in the Q&A: Exploring Alumni Mentoring at BU. The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (kjacobs@bu.edu), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the on-line post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (marialw@bu.edu), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.

Keen On Democracy
Charles Dellheim: How Jews Made the Art World Modern

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:05


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Charles Dellheim, co-author of Belonging and Betrayal: How Jews Made the Art World Modern. Charles Dellheim is professor of history at Boston University. He is the author of The Face of the Past: The Preservation of the Medieval Inheritance in Victorian England and The Disenchanted Isle: Mrs. Thatcher's Capitalist Revolution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Loop
Mid Day Report: Monday, May 9, 2022

The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:57


Witness testimony begins in the Mario Batali indecent assault case, Boston University announces the largest tuition increase in nearly 15 years, and the MBTA extends Blue Line service suspension in some areas. 5 minutes of news that will keep you in “The Loop.”

Leap Like Me
Facing Your Fears & Going For Your Dream Job with Jack Mengel

Leap Like Me

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 49:34


Have you ever had an idea that you just couldn't get out of your head? A dream that, no matter how hard you tried to ignore it, just kept popping up. If so, honor that inclination. As today's guest says, if you can't stop thinking about it, you should probably go for it.  In this episode, I'm chatting with Jack Mengel about his leap from project management to data science. Jack is sharing how he went from merely dreaming about a career in data science to being “all in” for his leap in just a matter of weeks. Plus, he's shedding light on some of the limiting beliefs he encountered along the way and how he overcame them. In this episode, you'll learn... Where Jack started his career and where he is now [1:52] How Jack accidentally landed in a project management role [3:42] How turning 30 inspired Jack to make a change in his career [7:55] Why Jack was drawn to data science, and why he was initially hesitant to go for it [10:45] How Jack went from not knowing what he wanted to do to being all in for his new career in just a few weeks [18:06] Why Jack decided to work with a career coach before he took his leap [19:26] How Jack taught himself the skills he'd need for his new career [23:33] How your identify shifts and evolves during your career leap [28:03] How Jack landed a data science role at his original company [30:30] Using your passion to fuel your leap and make the hard work enjoyable [36:02] Putting yourself out there to make connections and land projects in your new field [37:20] How to overcome the limiting beliefs keeping you from taking your leap [44:30] If you're waiting for a sign to take your career leap, be sure to tune into this episode. Get full show notes and the episode transcript: https://www.lisahoashi.com/leaplikeme/episode25 Connect with Jack Jack's Instagram  Jack's Bio: Jack Mengel is an experienced Program Manager and Data Science Engineer, based in Boston. He graduated from Boston University in May 2021 with a Masters in Computer Science (concentration Data Analytics). In his current role, he is a full-time data scientist. He has performed projects predicting returns of stocks as well as trade costs, using both classifier and regression approaches. He has constructed a series of models using gradient boosting to predict trade costs for globally traded stocks that is now used in his prior company's trading process. His data science work has also been heavily involved in "natural language processing" (aka NLP) meaning he derived statistical insights using text. His work in this space has been primarily looking for sentiment / investment signals on companies in earnings calls and company filings. Jack has competed in several Kaggle competitions. Here is a link to his notebooks: https://www.kaggle.com/jacksmengel/notebooks

Activist #MMT - podcast
Ep120[1/2]: Sean McCoy: Student debt horror story 2

Activist #MMT - podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 57:46


Welcome to episode 120 of Activist #MMT. Today's student debt horror story number two, with Sean McCoy. Sean's a Virginia-based filmmaker who, outside his professional career, donates his skills and footage to progressive candidates and nonprofits. As a teenager, he was a professional actor who applied to theater programs at eleven different universities. He settled on Boston University, which is a private institution that offered to cover fifty percent of his costs through various grants and scholarships. (Here's a link to part two. A list of the audio chapters in this episode can be found at the bottom of this post.) Despite the deep discount, Sean left school with nearly $150,000 in student debt. Now it's five years later and he's paid more than required each month, which has reduced it to around $120,000. At this rate, he will have fully paid off his loans around the year 2042. That's not a joke. Sean describes in detail how debt is a lever of power, and how that in turn is a tool used by the rich to enslave their workers. This despite the obvious fact that, even though chained down by debt, these workers create well more in value for the economy – for society – for these rich people! – than the amount they owe in debt. In the case of my previous student debt horror story, Dalton is a high school teacher who's spread that education to hundreds of students in his seven years' of teaching experience. Like all teachers, Dalton has created many times more in value for society than the $47,000 society has chosen to burden him with. Even if "our individual tax dollars" really were needed to pay for the education of others, not burdening teachers with student debt would obviously be a good investment. How much more would they benefit society if they were let loose by never burdening them with student debt to begin with? Student debt is nothing more needless future punishment for daring to aspire above your station. In part two, Sean responds to some of the common criticisms of those who argue against canceling student debt; arguments almost entirely based on the false assumption that "our individual tax dollars" are required to pay for the education – and debt – of others. To learn more about Sean and his work, you can visit his website at seancmccoy.com. And now, onto our conversation. Enjoy. Resources 2022 New York Times article by David Dayen, Larry Summers Shares the Blame for Inflation (archive) The interview with John Harvey, from which the inserted snippet (on the price of cotton increasing because of the emancipation of slaves) comes from. Ilhan Omar shared his video. Audio chapters 4:43 - Where do you live? Viral tweet. 5:42 - Sean introduces himself 8:14 - Ilhan Omar shared his video. 9:19 - That's how you live. How do you survive? 10:47 - Back to the beginning. Planning on going to college. 14:53 - What would you say now to that person who said all of this was normal? 17:22 - Assuming false economics is true, would you do things differently if you could go back and start again? 20:24 - How did you minimize or costs while in college? 24:42 - The current state of all of his loans. 35:50 - Why won't Biden cancel student debt? 40:04 - tinfoil hat 43:23 - Wage-price spiral. Only poor people cause inflation. 45:24 - Larry Summers and the shiny ball. (John Harvey and the price of cotton.) 50:58 - Milton Friedman and short-term thinking FOR WHO? 54:59 - Duplicate of introduction, but with no background music

Rightnowish
The Mission's Mother and Son Painting Duo

Rightnowish

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 21:10


Mission District-based muralist Josué Rojas and his mother, Esther García are a dynamic duo. Josué has painted murals across San Francisco and beyond, often using images that celebrate culture and community. Esther picked up painting during the pandemic, but she's been leaving her mark on the neighborhood for decades. As she sold small goods on the street, Esther built a reputation for her sage-like presence around the way. Josué remembers times when she'd be asked to pray over people, and she'd kindly oblige. Her presence is so strong that she got in good with local artists collectives, like the Chulita Vinyl Club. And the artist JR incorporated Esther's image into The Chronicles of San Francisco, a gigantic mural that was in the main entrance to the San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art. Although Esther didn't understand Josué's art career at first, she watched Josue's journey as he earned a Masters of Fine Arts from Boston University, served as the executive director of Acción Latina and became a well-respected muralists on the streets of his hometown.   Now, at 75, Esther has been learning how to paint under the tutelage of one very demanding teacher: her son. And she tells me that she doesn't like what they paint-- she loves it.

Entelechy Leadership Stories
Ethan Brown, The Sweaty Penguin podcast

Entelechy Leadership Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 23:03


Ethan Brown is a recent graduate of Boston University, where he studied Environmental Analysis & Policy and Film & Television. Ethan was never the outdoorsy type growing up, but after studying the risks associated with climate change, he felt compelled to use his years of comedy writing experience as Editor-in-Chief of both his high school and college satire publications to communicate environmental issues to others in a fun and entertaining way. Finding himself with some free time during early quarantine, Ethan launched The Sweaty Penguin Podcast. Since its launch, The Sweaty Penguin has released 80+ episodes, amassed over 13,000 downloads, showcased the work of professors from ten countries across five continents, won three grants, and became a PBS partner. Through The Sweaty Penguin, Ethan aims to make climate change less overwhelming and politicized, and more accessible and fun, which he hopes will lead to more engagement, conversation, and progress. Ethan Brown http://www.thesweatypenguin.com (Ethan's Website) https://instagram.com/sweatypenguinpod (@sweatypenguinpod on Instagram) https://twitter.com/sweatpenguinpod (@sweatpenguinpod on Twitter) https://www.facebook.com/sweatypenguinnews (Ethan's Facebook page)

The Karen Kenney Show
Let's Talk About Drinking [REPLAY]

The Karen Kenney Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 68:09


In today's episode of The Karen Kenney Show, we revisit a wicked honest episode that got a lot of feedback when I first released it! I heard from so many people who said they loved the show, that it really resonated and that it got them thinking and talking with their friends and family about their own personal drinking and our greater culture of drinking. I also heard from some folks that shared that the episode touched a nerve and I even got a few messages from people that after reading the title - admitted that they were afraid to listen to it and were purposefully choosing not to at that time. On this show, we talk about some of the reasons why people might drink, what the reactions and social consequences can be when you make a conscious choice to stop and how letting it go can allow us to step more fully into the true nature of ourselves. This isn't an episode full of judgement. It's simply a down-to-earth, look at my own origin story with alcohol, my thoughts about drinking now that I'm an adult and hopefully a fresh perspective that someone will find helpful, hopeful or supportive. KK's Takeaways: First Time I Drank (6:06) Stay Safe Ladies (11:47) Awakening To My True Nature (14:30) Other People Take It Personally (17:31) My Family's History Of Drinking (21:16) The Reasons People Often Drink (23:11) If Your Life Is "Making You" Unhappy (26:18) What Do I Do If Everyone Drinks But Me?(36:40) Step Into What's True For You (45:16) Healing Internally (51:50) Karen Kenney is a certified https://www.karenkenney.com/spiritual-mentoring (Spiritual Mentor), writer, author, speaker, and the host of https://www.karenkenney.com/podcast (The Karen Kenney Show Podcast). She's also the founder of https://www.karenkenney.com/nest (THE NEST) - an online spiritual membership & community. She's been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for close to three decades, a certified yoga teacher for 20+ years and is a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation. She's also a Gateless Writing Instructor, workshop facilitator and transformational retreat leader. KK grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA, and graduated from Boston University with a degree in Communications. She's known for her storytelling, her sense of humor and her “down-to-earth”, no BS approach to Spirituality. She helps people to rewrite their old stories, shift their perception from fear to Love, and deepen their connection to Self, Source & Spirit. Using her signature process - Your Story to Your Glory™ - people learn how to transform themselves and their lives from the inside out, so they can feel empowered, play a proactive part in their own healing, and experience more fun, flow, and freedom! A sought-after speaker, spiritual teacher, and thought leader for podcasts, shows, live events, group retreats and entrepreneurial mastermind programs, Karen has been invited to speak & teach on various platforms, stages & retreat centers across the country, including the renowned https://www.eomega.org/workshops/teachers/karen-kenney (Omega Institute for Holistic Studies). You can learn more & connect with KK at:http://www.karenkenney.com/ ( www.karenkenney.com) Thank you so much for listening! If you're digging the show, I'd be wicked grateful if you would go to Apple Podcasts, hit Follow and then leave a star rating & review. If something I shared from my heart today somehow landed in yours, I'd love to hear about it. So please tag me on Facebook or Instagram and let me know what your favorite part was or what you found most helpful. If you can think of someone that could benefit from hearing this episode, please share it with them & help me to spread the good word and the Love. xo 

Entertainment(x)
Bonnie Comley: Part 2 ”Be Kind”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:24


Bonnie Comley(bonniecomley.com)(LI:@bonniecomley) is a three-time Tony Award-winning producer. She has, also, won an Olivier Award and two Drama Desk Awards for her stage productions. She is a full member of The Broadway League and the Audience Engagement and Education Committee. Comley has produced over 40 films, winning five Telly Awards and one W3 Award. She is the founder and CEO of BroadwayHD, the world's premier online streaming platform delivering over 300 premium live productions to theatre fans globally. The theatre community has honored Comley for her philanthropic work; she is the recipient of The Actors Fund Medal of Honor, The Drama League Special Contribution to the Theater Award, The Paul Newman Award from Arts Horizons and The Theater Museum Distinguished Service Award. Comley's educational honors include The Distinguished Alumni Award from Emerson College and The Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Massachusetts and the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. The Music Theatre Program at Boston University is named in her honor, The Musical Theatre Society Room at Emerson College bears her name, the 500-seat theater at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is known as the Comley-Lane Theatre, and The Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Stage is housed within the Booth Arts Complex in Boston. Comley has been a keynote speaker or panelist at BroadwayCon, C2E2 (Chicago ComicCon), SXSW, Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) and City National Bank Women Entrepreneurs, and taught masterclasses or guest lectured at Columbia University, New York University, Emerson College, NYFA, Five Towns College and UMass, among others.

Health Check
Combined protection of Covid vaccination and prior infection

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 27:50


Claudia is joined by Matt Fox, Professor of Global Health at Boston University to discuss evidence investigating a hybrid combination of Covid vaccines and prior infection. Dr Vineet Arora explains how best to support health care workers who have received online attacks for trying to correct inaccurate information during the Pandemic. And advice for parents on how to cope when their children are having mental health problems from authors Roz Shafran, Alice Welham and Ursula Saunders. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: Illustration of antibodies responding to a coronavirus infection. Photo credit: Juan Gaertner/Science Photo Library/Getty Images.)

When Diplomacy Fails Podcast
"Eight Billion and Counting" - Dr Jennifer Sciubba and Demographic Security

When Diplomacy Fails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:36


Real quick - turns out Indira Ghandi is NOT related to Ghandi at all, and is in fact the daughter of Nehru. What are the odds of that? Thanks to Andrew Mence for the correction!For this bonus interview episode, I'm very excited to be joined by Dr Jennifer Sciubba! Here she talks about her new book, 8 Billion and Counting: How Sex, Death and Migration Shape our World - which you can get here! We have a fascinating conversation about population; the impact which a declining population can have on a country's foreign policy (hello Russia!), and the pros and cons of a youth-heavy vs an elderly-heavy population. Is the world's population destined to grow forever? Is there reason to be positive about the future? For all this and more, do yourself a favour and geek out with us on population - the underlying factor which is WAY too important to ignore.Want to know more about my wonderful guest? Dr Sciubba is an internationally recognized expert in the field of demographic security. She frequently advises the US Government and others on demographics, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and of the board of the Population Reference Bureau. She is affiliated with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center, and the Rising Powers Initiative at Boston University. Currently, Sciubba is an Associate Professor in the Department of International Studies at Rhodes College, one of the country's leading liberal arts colleges.Subscribe to Dr Sciubba's substack for bitesize demographic info! Visit Dr Sciubba's website for more. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rising Tide Startups
6.18 – Jeremy Parker – Swag.com

Rising Tide Startups

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 27:59


From a balcony on a busy street in Israel comes our Rising Tide guest this week, Jeremy Parker.   Jeremy graduated from Boston University in 2007, majoring in film production. When he was a Junior in college his feature-length documentary won the Audience Award at the 2006 Vail Film Festival. Jeremy started a creative Promotional Product […]

First Person Plural: EI & Beyond
Ruth Malloy: The Many Facets of Achievement

First Person Plural: EI & Beyond

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