Brice and Sumter are back in the studio and break down the men's game against USC Upstate and the Women's blowouts of Cal Poly and Hampton. Get into what the injury to Boston could mean for the team moving forward as well as how much the men missed Chico and Meechie.
Out of the lab and onto the screen: how cinematic narratives construct the public image of science & technology AgBioFEWS Cohort 3 Organized Guest Panel with: › Leah Ceccarelli, PhD, Professor at University of Washington › David Kirby, PhD, Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Cal Poly University - San Luis Obispo Drawing on perspectives from rhetorical criticism and media studies, Drs. Leah Ceccarelli and David Kirby discuss the role of popular science-fiction films in shaping public perception of scientists and emerging biotechnologies. Abstract Dystopias, biological warfare, and near human extinction are common tropes in science-fiction film and television. These representations not only provide entertainment, but reflect deep-seated fears and hopes for scientific and technological futures. This is especially true for biotechnology (think Stephen King's The Stand and Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park), where cinematic narratives can shape the public's imagination of scientists and their practices. Because the interplay of science and media is an important force shaping our understanding of innovation, scientists should be interested in what's playing on the big screen. With that in mind, members of GES's AgBioFEWS Cohort 3 have invited Drs. Leah Ceccarelli and David Kirby to lead a discussion on popular science-fiction films and their impact on the public's orientation to science and technology, with a special focus on scientists' credibility and genetic engineering. Related links: Kirby, D.A. (2007) The Devil in Our DNA: A Brief History of Eugenic Themes in Science Fiction Films, Literature and Medicine, 26(1): 83-108 Kirby, D.A. & L.A. Gaither (2005) Genetic Coming of Age: Genomics, Enhancement, and Identity in Film, New Literary History, 36(2): 263-282. Kirby, D.A. (2004) Extrapolating Race in Gattaca: Genetic Passing, Identity, the New Eugenics, and the Science of Race, Literature and Medicine, 23(1): 184-200. Ceccarelli, L. Scientific Ethos and the Cinematic Zombie Outbreak, Mètode: Science Studies Journal 6 (2016): 107-13. Speaker Bios Dr. Leah Ceccarelli (@leahcecc) is a critic and theorist whose research focuses on interdisciplinary and public discourse about science. She directs the University of Washington's Science, Technology, and Society Studies Graduate Certificate program. Selected as a Fellow of the Rhetoric Society of America, and as a recipient of the National Communication Association's Douglas W. Ehninger Distinguished Rhetorical Scholar award for her career of research, she has also received national awards for her two books on the rhetoric of science, and for a couple of her articles. She serves on several editorial boards and is co-editor of a book series on Transdisciplinary Rhetoric sponsored by the Rhetoric Society of America and Penn State University Press. Dr. David A. Kirby (@king_gwangi and @CalPolyCLA) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Liberal Arts and Director of the Science Technology & Society Program at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. His research examines how movies, television, and computer games act as vehicles of scientific communication. Several of his publications address the relationship between cinema, genetics and biotechnology. He has also explored the collaboration between scientists and the entertainment industry in his book "Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists and Cinema." He is currently writing a book titled "Indecent Science: Religion, Science, and Movie Censorship." GES Colloquium is jointly taught by Drs. Jen Baltzegar and Dawn Rodriguez-Ward, who you may contact with any class-specific questions. Colloquium will be held in-person in Poe 202, as well as live-streamed via Zoom. Please subscribe to the GES newsletter and Twitter for updates . Genetic Engineering and Society Center GES Colloquium - Tuesdays 12-1PM (via Zoom) NC State University | http://go.ncsu.edu/ges-colloquium GES Mediasite - See videos, full abstracts, speaker bios, and slides https://go.ncsu.edu/ges-mediasite Twitter - https://twitter.com/GESCenterNCSU GES Center - Integrating scientific knowledge & diverse public values in shaping the futures of biotechnology. Find out more at https://ges-center-lectures-ncsu.pinecast.co
Vineyard Team's Juan Nevarez Memorial Scholarship provides multi-year, higher education investments in the children of vineyard and winery workers on California's Central Coast based on academic excellence, financial need, and community involvement. The majority of awardees are first-generation college students. This funding supports students and their families in achieving their dreams of successful graduation from a trade, or two- or four-year school to pursue a professional career. Vineyard Team's Executive Director, Beth Vukmanic, and milti-year scholarship recipient and Assistant Grower Relations Representative at Justin Winery, Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza talk about how the scholarship impacted her education and career trajectory through not only financial aide but industry connections. Evelyn gives her advice on how to succeed in college to new students and Beth shares how to apply for funding. First-generation students have more barriers when it comes to attaining higher education – they cannot ask their parents how to navigate the system, budgets are often tight, and they can feel guilty for leaving their families. As a community, we can band together to better the future of the next generation. Multi-year recipient Alberto Gonzales says, "I am proud of breaking the cycle and being the change in my family as the first generation to go to college." You can give the gift of higher education to students like Evelyn and Alberto this GivingTuesday. Our goal is to raise $75,000 by November 29, 2022. You'll be doing more than just donating — your kindness will make it possible for working families to send their children to two-year colleges, four-year universities, and trade schools. References: Donate to the scholarship – help us raise $75,000 by November 29, 2022 Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza – check-ins throughout her college career From the Crops to the Classroom – a story about Esteban Garcia Juan Nevarez Memorial Scholarship Meet three recipients of the Juan Nevarez Memorial Scholarship (video) Newsletter SIP Certified “The biggest inheritance that I'm going to leave you…” Get More Subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode on the latest science and research with the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast. Since 1994, Vineyard Team has been your resource for workshops and field demonstrations, research, and events dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources. Learn more at www.vineyardteam.org. Transcript Craig Macmillan 0:00 And today our guests are Beth Vukmanic, she's executive director of vineyard team and Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza. She is assistant grower relations representative with Justin Winery. Today we're going to talk about the Juan Nevarez Memorial Scholarship. Beth, would you tell us a little bit about how that came about? What it is what it does, and that kind of thing with the background is? Beth Vukmanic 0:22 I would love to, but one of ours Memorial Scholarship is to benefit the children of vineyard and winery workers. For anybody who has been a fan of this podcast. You know, we talk about sustainable winegrowing. And a lot of the times that focuses on the planet part of it. So we're talking about soils and pests and irrigation, but people are our most valuable resource. And this scholarship program is a way for us to give back to the people who helped us make a wonderful industry. Craig Macmillan 0:50 Who was Juan Nevarez? Beth Vukmanic 0:52 Juan Nevarez was a winegrower, who started out in the Paso Robles area, he moved here to the United States as a teenager, I believe he was just 16 years old. He didn't speak any English. And he just learned everything from the ground up. He was a very, I guess you'd probably call it a gritty soul, he would always put in the time and effort to try to teach himself. So if somebody was putting in irrigation lines, he would go over and ask them questions. Or if somebody was planting vines, he would go in and ask questions about why they made that choice. And he over time really developed a successful management company called Nevarez Farm Labor, he helped establish a lot of notable vineyards, including Justin in the Paso Robles area of California. And then he actually developed his own vineyard property, too. And he unfortunately passed away a couple of years ago. And something that was really special about Juan is that he held that he was a self made man, he dreamed of higher education for his own children, his daughter, Mia said that their dad had just one require from them that they had to go to college. And his thought with that was that he felt like he had to work really hard to prove who he was and what he knew. And that an education would help his children get that foot in the door, so that they could more easily build a better lives for themselves. And so that's why we named the scholarship after him to honor that memory of somebody who really supported higher education and valued it, and wanted it for the next generation. Craig Macmillan 2:24 I never met him, I never connected with him. But from what I've learned, over the years, talking to people, one of the things that made this such an obvious thing to do for the community to start this scholarship was he was connected to like everybody, like he knew everybody. Everybody knew him. Curious more about that this idea of community, because I've talked to so many individuals who had some kind of connection to him, was that part of how this all came about, as folks wanted to, you know, encourage this idea. But also, they all felt like maybe they had some kind of connection there, they had some kind of responsibility. Scholarship is not a simple thing. Like you have to get kind of a critical mass of people to do it. Beth Vukmanic 3:00 That's definitely true. Yeah. So when we first started the scholarship program, back in 2015, we were hosting our Earth Day Food and Wine Festival. And that was a way that we would take, you know, some of the proceeds raised by that to give back. And I think those first couple of years, that's the total amount that we were giving was, you know, maybe $5,000, to a few different students. Over time, like you said, because it is a community driven effort, as more people learned about the program, and especially a lot of our vineyard management companies that work with us, they will outreach the scholarship program to their team so that their students can apply for it. So they're really seeing this direct impact of helping their own employees, children attend school and earn that higher education. So I think that's really how the community build started. And it's just grown from there. This year, we gave out $62,000 to 14 different students. And it's just phenomenal. Like how much growth it's seen over the last so many years since 2015. Craig Macmillan 3:58 That's fantastic. That's really, really wonderful. If I'm gonna apply, do they have to be a high school senior? Do they apply once they get one year of funding? Can they apply multiple times? How does how does the funding work? Beth Vukmanic 4:10 The way that the funding works is they don't necessarily have to be a high school senior, although a lot of our applicants are that could be somebody who is already attending school, they can still be eligible to apply for the scholarship program as well. So far, the way that the scholarship has worked is that students would apply each year to get a scholarship. However, we just had an incredible investment from Must! Charities that's going to help us expand this program to a whole new level. They've raised $1.3 million dollars... Craig Macmillan 4:40 What! Beth Vukmanic 4:42 Which is a huge and so a big change that we're going to make that's going to be incredible is to provide multi year scholarships. Instead of a student needing to come back and apply every single year as they're going to into your school or trade school or possibly a four year school, we would be able to give them funding for that period. bit of time, if they beat the benchmarks of a minimum GPA, and then also checking in with our organization. And that's something that we found was sort of kind of happening already with recipients like Evelyn. But now we have to do that more intentionally. Craig Macmillan 5:14 And let's ask everyone. So Evelyn, you are a multi year recipient, is that correct? Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 5:19 That is correct. Yes. Craig Macmillan 5:20 How did you find out about it? What was the process like when you first connected with vineyard team in the scholarship program? How did how did this come about for you? Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 5:28 So I found out about the scholarship through my dad's job. So my dad is currently employed by messa vineyard management, he works as a tractor driver and Sierra Madre Vineyard, which is located in Santa Maria, I'm not sure who exactly approached him with information about the scholarship, but it was something through his work. And he came home one day, and he gave me the application. He's like, I think this would be great for you to apply to it's a scholarship. I know, you're always seeking scholarship opportunities, you should give this a try. And of course, I was like I, I will do it. You know, like I was always seeking these type of opportunities throughout my college journey. And so I went for it. And the process was very simple. It was great communicating with the Vineyard Team. If I had any questions, it was very straightforward and clear. The application process itself was very simple. And I'm just super grateful for it, I had no idea that it would lead to a multi year scholarship recipient outcome. And I can't express enough in words that I'm so thankful for that in the change that I made throughout my college educational journey was just undescribable. It was very impactful for sure. Craig Macmillan 6:37 So the first award that got you started. And where did you go to school? Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 6:42 So I attend a Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. First award, I believe I received in 2017. So it was during my sophomore year at Cal Poly. And during this time, I was pursuing a degree a Bachelors of Science degree in animal science. So that was my initial career direction. I would definitely say that the scholarship not only represented financial assistance for me to be able to afford my education at the time. But really the way I saw it was an opportunity to open up doors throughout my educational journey, and kind of helped me figure out a little bit more what direction I could take career wise connections through the Vineyard Team really kind of helped me land where I am today. And I can definitely talk more about that if you'd like me too. Well. Yeah. I'm curious because first of all, Beth, students do not have to be pursuing a degree in an agricultural area. Right? They can they can be pursuing any career paths that correct? Elizabeth Vukmanic 7:37 That's correct. Yeah. We're happy to support students that are pursuing any kind of career. So it doesn't have to be an ag, although sometimes we find ones that are still working and viniculture too. Craig Macmillan 7:46 So Evelyn, but you were doing animal science? Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 7:49 Yes. Craig Macmillan 7:50 How did you how did you move then into the viticultural world? How was what was that path link ? How did that happen? Unknown Speaker 7:56 Yeah, I love sharing the story. Um, it's an interesting one. So animal science, for me started out with my passion for animals, I always kind of assumed, okay, I will have a career that has to do with working with animals and helping them. And it's one of those things that as I navigated Cal Poly with my animal science degree, I just kind of came to a point where I realized I was learning a lot of valuable information but I just didn't feel like my heart was in it. It wasn't speaking to me. And so I realized that this is probably not the field where I want to obtain a career that I would be content with. And so then I started to think about any other fields I could possibly explore that would interest me and I thought about my dad's job. He's always worked in vineyards for as long as I can remember, remember, ever since I was really young, I decided to explore that through a research project that was presented to me at Cal Poly. And that was my first exposure to vineyards, specifically, wine diseases is what I worked with, and I ended up falling in love with it. And I wanted more I wanted to dive in a little bit deeper into the viticulture industry. Craig Macmillan 9:03 I think there were a lot of us that started doing something else and then got exposed and we got the bug. After that you kind of just can't look back. I know so many people have that story. So you completed your undergrad at Cal Poly? Is that correct? Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 9:16 Correct. Yes. Craig Macmillan 9:17 And was at that point, was the wine and viticulture program happening? Or was this a fruit science degree? Where were you at? Unknown Speaker 9:23 At that time, I finished off my degree in animal science just because by the time I realized I was really interested in viticulture a little too late to change my major. So I finished my degree animal science and then I decided to do a master's in agriculture with a specialization in crop science. That was the closest I could get to having a research experience related to viticulture, just because of the moment Cal Poly doesn't offer a specific master's program for wine and vit but it was a great opportunity. I decided to take that route just to kind of specialize a little bit more in my field of interest. Craig Macmillan 9:56 And did you get scholarship money through your masters? Unknown Speaker 9:59 Yes, I did get scholarship money from other vineyard organizations. The Vineyard Team scholarship specifically was throughout my undergrad journey, my undergraduate degree, which was an animal science. Needless to say, this scholarship did help expose me more to this industry through connections, talking to people who already were embedded in the industry. And it really did help me get my foot in the door in the matter speaking for kind of ended up where I am now. So. Craig Macmillan 10:31 Were there things that the scholarship allowed you to do that you otherwise would not have been able to do? Because I remember talking to some folks who want it and they some of its tuition, but some of it's also things like rent and food or the ability to travel potentially, or something like that, or the materials that they needed. How did they How did the money help you? What did you What were you able to do that you would otherwise not have been able to do? Unknown Speaker 10:52 Many things. And what was important for me is my parents at the time had other things to worry about in terms of expenses, and I have two older sisters. So they were also helping them get through their college journeys. And so the biggest thing for me was able to take a weight off of my parents shoulders in terms of having to financially support me. And this scholarship made a huge difference in me being able to take care of rent, take care of book costs, or any type of trips related to my classes, I was taking any extracurricular activities that kind of helped me dive deeper into my interest, career wise. So it definitely made a huge difference in being able to afford these opportunities and being able to become more involved in activities I was very interested in participating in for sure. Craig Macmillan 11:44 Do you think you would have gotten into the vineyard industry without the scholarship? Unknown Speaker 11:47 No. I think part of it was the research opportunity that I was presented at Cal Poly, but really this current job that I have now, I don't believe I would have attained it if it wasn't for this scholarship, because it was through this scholarship and having my affiliation with the Vineyard Team and their roots in the wine growing community here that really helped me meet, they introduced me to Molly Scott, Director of Grower Relations here at Justin. And it really just connecting the dots, it played a huge role in landing me where I am now. So I don't believe that I would be in the Viticulture industry as I am today without the scholarship. Unknown Speaker 12:33 And so that is another part of the scholarship program where we've seen these connections being made, you know, over the years. And it's an area where we can further formalize this to with our new investment. We've had a few different students who've met different vitiulturalists at like, I remember barbecue or different video team events and ended up with jobs or internships out of them. And our membership is very supportive of the scholarship program. And not just in terms of donations. But going beyond that and wanting to offer internship opportunities wanting to offer job opportunities to the students who are recipients of it. Craig Macmillan 13:06 Again, how many recipients per year does it vary? Unknown Speaker 13:09 It does vary. Yes. So this last year was 14, we're going to be looking at adding in more because we have the capacity to add in more over the next few years. Another thing that's been interesting about the scholarship program, too, is we're really reaching for the most part first generation college students. So 98% have been first generation so far, by going into this next phase of the program, we're going to bring on an administrator who's going to help us oversee the whole program. And I think a really important component of that is kind of like a coaching element that they're going to provide, you know, not just processing applications, but actually doing active outreach to all of the recipients with tips and ideas like how to file the FAFSA form or, or college, you know, have you looked for these kinds of resources. So go into that next level of providing help support to help the students not just financially, but really get through the whole process of getting to college. A challenge that a lot of first generation college students run into is that no one of their families had this experience before, right. So they can't ask their parents, you know, like, hey, you know, how do I how do I get into school? And like, what do I do when I go to class? You know, a lot of times budgets are tight, or they might have maybe me feel guilty about like, you know, leaving their family, stuff like that. So I think having this scholarship administrator is going to provide a wonderful level of support for everyone who's a part of the program. Craig Macmillan 14:31 98 percent first generation. It's not a requirement, though, isn't? Elizabeth Vukmanic 14:33 No, it's not a requirement. Craig Macmillan 14:35 What are some other examples over the past golly, how ling has it been now seven years of really interesting cases or success stories of folks that have gone out and done other things or would not have made it without somehow? Unknown Speaker 14:45 I think an incredible story is Esteban Garcia. He was a young teenage dad, his family worked in the fields, his grandparents worked in the fields. He did the same thing too. And at a certain point, he thought, you know, is this what I'm just going to do is just sort of live this day to day, you know life or am I going to do something else. And he saw, you know, being in the United States as an opportunity to get a higher education. Later on in life, he went back to college with two children and a fiancee, works full time. Just a total Rockstar. Right now, he's been a multi year recipient, he went to Allan Hancock College, which is down in Santa Maria and then moved over to Fresno State, he actually is going into viticulture as well, and has a great job at Sea Smoke vineyards too. So that's another one of these kind of parallel stories maybe with Evelyn where he got the scholarship. And then by being involved with the Vineyard Team through us was able to make these other connections and move into a nice career as he graduates school. Craig Macmillan 15:45 Evelyn, you're relatively early in your career. It sounds like this is a completely personal question. Where do you want to? This isn't like an interview question. Where do you want to be five years from now? Where do you want to be 10 years from now? How do you what do you see your trajectory being? Unknown Speaker 15:59 Oh, man, yeah. I love to think about that all the time and plan. What I have clear right now is my interest in viticulture, anything related to wine grapes. Honestly, my biggest goal at this moment is to just advance in my career, I like to apply value to what I've learned and not only be able to apply that in a job, but also continue growing professionally. Five years from now 10 years from now I see myself without a doubt still being an agriculture still been in this industry. Who knows I may kind of divert a little bit from viticulture, we try horticulture, you know, even different avenue, but for sure still in the agriculture world. I know agricultural is for me, it's in my family. It's been for years. So this is where I want to stay for sure. Honestly, right now, I guess to put it in a clearer way is I'm open to opportunities that offer learning and growing. And that is really what I am seeking after. So. Craig Macmillan 17:04 As someone who's come out the other side and have educational piece, what would you say? How would you mentor a young person who's just senior in high school or freshman in college, about how they should navigate all this and how they should look for help. Unknown Speaker 17:17 My biggest point of advice would be take the time to research take the time to get to know and become familiar with opportunities are out there. For most scholarships that I received, including the Vineyard Team scholarship, I wouldn't have known if I didn't either hear it from someone that I knew or look more into it by doing my own research. So I know sometimes it can be like, oh, man, I don't know if I have time for this, you know, to write an essay or ask for a reference letter or a reference, but it's worth it. It's the few hours or even minutes that you put towards a scholarship application can result in something so big like landing an ideal career, you know, I'm opening the door to a route that really will land you where you want to be career wise. And that's what happened to me, and I can't stress enough. I always talk to my peers, and people that I know are currently navigating college and they say, you should, you know, definitely take the time to apply to scholarships, use your resources, talk to people, you know, and it will never have a negative outcome for sure. And you will always have something rewarding come out of that. So that's my biggest point of advice for people. Craig Macmillan 18:31 And turning back to Beth, I think the idea of having an administrator who not only manages numbers, but also helps to managing council people is a really, really great thing. I think better, scholarships had that it would be more successful, not just in getting people but also the outcomes. I think that's really wonderful. Beth, how is it techniques and getting the word out to the community about the scholarship? Unknown Speaker 18:53 A lot of times the scholarship gets sorted out by word of mouth. We also have a newsletter on our website, if anyone wants to sign up for that. And in there, we've been sharing some wonderful stories about students like Evelyn and updates on the scholarship program. And then a lot of it ends up going through like Evelyn said to through the vineyard management companies, because they're telling their staff about it, who's been telling their children about it to help them apply. Craig Macmillan 19:19 Where do you see this going? You've talked about multi year awards. You've talked about getting to more students, what's your five year tenure plan for this scholarship path? Where do you see this headed? Unknown Speaker 19:29 I will look forward to the next phase of the scholarship. We're going to be making some of these tweaks, I guess, to our current system so that we can really solidify a lot of these great things that were already naturally happening. I'm really excited about the multi-year scholarships. I think we can come up with a really good communications plan with the administrator for the students and really figure out like what their pain points are like, where are they struggling, where do they need more help? Maybe doing even more conversations with the students themselves with the question that you just asked Evelyn like what is your piece of advice you would give somebody who is in your shoes, you know that you were just issues a few years ago, I think all of those are going to be really, really valuable to everyone participating in the program. Craig Macmillan 20:12 Which reminds me something. So who's on the selection committee? How are already selected? Beth Vukmanic 20:17 So we have seven different members on the selection committee. And the way that the process works is once the applications come in, we blind them. So you know, so they don't know whose application they're reading. And all of the applicants, you know, give kind of like basic information about themselves, you know, where they are in school right now, what they plan on doing, but then they always write these wonderful, you'll have more personal essays where we get to learn more about them as an individual. And so this selection committee will spend their time reading through all of these applications, and then sort of discussing based off of need, which students will get a scholarship that year. Craig Macmillan 20:54 And these are folks in the vineyard and winery industry. They are, what is the cycle? Where do students go to apply? What time of year does it take place? What's the timeframe? Like how does that work? Unknown Speaker 21:04 Applications are going to be opening up in March for students, so they can be popping on vineyard team.org/scholarship, to see when applications go live. Craig Macmillan 21:15 That's fantastic. I had been involved as well over the years, I think this is a fantastic thing. I have also followed some individuals through the process. And it's been very rewarding for me as a person. And I know it's rewarding for them, because I could see outcomes that happen that otherwise never would happen. I really am proud of you, Evelyn, I think you've done great. And I'm glad that you participated. And I'm super proud of you, Beth, for making this all happen over the years. This is not a small task, but it started. And then the successes, runaway and really, really exciting. What can people do to support? You mentioned the website? Is there anything else people can do? Unknown Speaker 21:51 We are fundraising for this. So although must has raised $1.3 million for the program, we actually have to match a chunk of that money in order to be able to apply it to the scholarship program. So matching funds are really, really important to to help us keep this going. People can go ahead and donate at being your team.org/scholarship And right now our goal is to raise $75,000 By giving Tuesday, which is November 29, 2022. Craig Macmillan 22:18 That's fantastic. Well, that's all the time we have for today. I thank you both so much for being here. Beth Vukmanic, executive director of Vineyard Team and Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza, assistant grower relations representative for Justin Winery. Again, there's gonna be information in the show notes, look online, go to the links, get a checkbook, please support this project. This has done so much good for so many people and all of us very excited to say continue. Thank you both for being here. Evelyn Alvarez Mendoza 22:46 Thank you so much. Transcribed by https://otter.ai
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Colter Nuanez gets you ready for the weekend with an Across the Sidelines segment with Cal Poly quarterback Spencer Brasch, the latest from Montana head coach Bobby Hauck in Hauck Highlights, and updates from the state volleyball tournament in Bozeman.
Colter Nuanez shares interviews from around the Big Sky Conference in the latest Big Sky Breakdown. Conversations with: 1 - Freddie Roberson, Eastern Washington wide receiver - 2:202 - Spencer Brasch, Cal Poly quarterback - 11:553 - Taylor Housewright, Montana State offensive coordinator - 21:004 - Sam Herder, Hero Sports - 30:595 - Nick Taber, WestPac Wealth - 54:576 - Eli Alford, Griz senior defensive tackle - 1:10:467 - Colter on KSKY Country spot - 1:22:40
Greg recaps Wednesday's college basketball results, talks to Justin Perri of Shot Quality Bets about how Shot Quality goes beyond the box score to gauge the true performance of a team, takeaways from the first few games of the season, & a few games to watch for Thursday, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game! Podcast Highlights 3:03-Recap of Wednesday's results 12:02-Interview with Justin Perri 34:22-DK Nation Pick Western Carolina vs Maryland 36:37-Picks & analysis for Towson vs UMass 38:48-Picks & analysis for Central Michigan vs Marquette 41:03-Picks & analysis for Cleveland vs Cincinnati 43:37-Picks & analysis for North Dakota St vs Kansas 45:55-Picks & analysis for Omaha vs Nebraska 47:53-Picks & analysis for Southern Illinois vs Oklahoma St 50:25-Picks & analysis for Eastern Illinois vs Illinois St 52:42-Picks & analysis for Northern Arizona vs Arizona St 55:09-Picks & analysis for North Dakota vs Creighton 57:36-Picks & analysis for UC Riverside vs Loyola Marymount 1:00:26-Picks & analysis for Cal Poly vs San Francisco 1:02:42-Picks & analysis for Georgia Southern vs Santa Clara 1:05:17-Start of extra game picks with Lehigh vs Virginia Tech 1:07:22-Picks & analysis for NC Central vs Appalachian St 1:09:34-Picks & analysis for Charleston Southern vs Ohio St 1:11:36-Picks & analysis for Loyola MD vs Penn St 1:13:39-Picks & analysis for Sacred Heart vs Rutgers 1:15:40-Picks & analysis for Colgate vs Brown 1:18:03-Picks & analysis for Western Kentucky vs Eastern Kentucky 1:20:35-Picks & analysis for Radford vs Notre Dames 1:22:36-Picks & analysis for UMass Lowell vs Columbia 1:24:32-Picks & analysis for Quinnipiac vs Stonehill 1:26:38-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs Citadel 1:28:55-Picks & analysis for Gardner Webb vs Stephen F Austin 1:31:08-Picks & analysis for Texas Southern vs Texas Tech 1:33:22-Picks & analysis for North Alabama vs Alabama A&M 1:36:04-Picks & analysis for Bethune Cookman vs Indiana 1:38:17-Picks & analysis for Houston Christian vs Texas 1:40:49-Picks & analysis for Nicholls vs Wyoming 1:43:09-Picks & analysis for Vermont vs St Mary's 1:45:29-Picks & analysis for Alabama State vs USCSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For the first time this season, Colter Nuanez visits with longtime Big Sky Conference head coach Mike Kramer, who explains the real toll playing money games has on a team and why so many Big Sky teams are now embracing the run. Griz Star of the Week Eli Alford joins Colter right after Montana's practice to break down what it's like playing in the middle of UM's frantic defense and why last week's game against Cal Poly was so fun.
Nothing like righting the ship. We take a look at the wonderful snowy win versus Cal Poly. Also, we breakdown what we saw during the Cal Poly game and what it means moving forward. Finally, we take a look at the next opponent in Eastern Washington. Again another week another must win! We close the pod by taking fan questions and giving our predictions. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast. Go Griz!!
Colter Nuanez of Skyline Sports is joined by Skyline co-founder Brooks Nuanez to talk about Montana's blizzard win over Cal Poly and Montana State coming up clutch once again at NAU. Plus, Colter and Skyline lead analyst Ty Gregorak breakdown the landscape of the Big Sky, talk about Montana State's four-leaf clover and analyze what the Griz need to do to make a run in the FCS playoffs.
In today's episode, let me introduce you to Mike Sinor, Founding Winemaker of Ancient Peaks Winery. Raised in Visalia, California, Mike attended college at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, where he financed his education by working at several local wineries— an experience that ignited his career in winemaking. As Ancient Peaks' founding winemaker, Mike was an integral force in the establishment of the winery. He came in as one of the Central Coast's highest-rated winemakers and immediately reinforced that reputation with Ancient Peaks' 2006 Zinfandel (93 points, Wine Spectator) and many wines thereafter. Today, Mike continues to direct the quality and style of Ancient Peaks wines, and he maintains a guiding hand in the winery's estate Margarita Vineyard. Let's dive into his wine story! [00:01 – 09:45] Falling in Love with Winemaking Mike shares his wine origin story Not growing up with classic food or wine and ended up working for six small brand wineries How El Paso de Robles is a great place to be about wine - still the Wild West [09:46 – 23:05] The Backstory of Ancient Peaks Winery The birth of Ancient Peaks Winery - at the right place and the right time Building connections to invite opportunities in the wine industry Mike explains the realities of the grower and winemaker processes [23:06 – 28:26] Work Hard and Have an Open Mind Mike talks about their wines Dealing with extremes - adapting and overcoming Do not make excuses and dedicate yourself to your passion [28:27 – 33:37] Closing Segment Learn everything you need to grow your wine, business, or brand with Wine Business Bootcamp where I help other wine producers master the fundamentals of digital marketing, nail their customer experience, and convert more wine tasters into their wine clubs and other offers. Just send me a dm or email at email@example.com the subject: Wine Business Bootcamp Favorite Wine Favorite go-to pairing Tri-tip with salsa and Ancient Peaks' Renegade Wine Resource Internet YouTube Podcasts Connect with Mike Website: https://ancientpeaks.com/ Let's continue the Everyday Wine Conversations and connect with me through Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, or feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out my website at www.klevywineco.com. TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! LEAVE A REVIEW + help us get the word out there! Share this podcast to someone who wants to join the wine conversations. Go ahead and take a screenshot, share this to your stories, and tag me on Instagram! JOIN THE CLUB through this link and handpick wines every month, from up and coming wineries, winemaker owned brands and wineries with unique stories while supporting those wineries directly. You can also join our Facebook Group to connect with other wine lovers, get special tips and tricks, and take your wine knowledge to a whole new level. Tweetable Quotes: “I knew where I was going. I knew I wanted to work for a great winemaker… I went to Cal Poly to be an educator… You know, I think education is a great part of life.” - Mike Sinor “Understand what it takes, details to make great wine, to grow wine… It takes years to get the reputation, to get the contacts, and the network, you know?... It's a grind, and it really is a grind.” - Mike Sinor
Can you believe they talked shhh for 100 episodes?!Episode notes:After brands dump Kanye West, many people ask: What took so long?Nets Say Kyrie Irving's Apology Isn't Enough, and Nike Suspends Its TiesOn Twitter's Layoff Day, Elon Musk Makes the Case for Subscription FeeMan who drove SUV into Waukesha Christmas parade found guilty of intentional homicideWeird: The Al Yankovic StoryGrandmother, 56, Gives Birth to Her Son and Daughter-in-Law's Baby: 'We Are Feeling So Blessed'34 Dogs Rescued from Dog Meat Trade Are Preparing for Homes 'Where They Can Finally Enjoy Life'Paul Flores guilty in murder of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart; his father acquitted
After a dominant win against Cal Poly in a snowstorm the GFP is back at it to discuss the game. Finally, the Grizzlies ended their 3 game skid and got back to their winning ways shutting out The Mustangs. Over the first portion of the pod, discussion covers how much this win was needed and [&hellip The post Griz Fan Podcast – Saturday snowstorm, EWU ahead, & playoff talk appeared first on Montana Mint - The greatest website north of Wyoming..
After a dominant win against Cal Poly in a snowstorm the GFP is back at it to discuss the game. Finally, the Grizzlies ended their 3 game skid and got back to their winning ways shutting out The Mustangs. Over the first portion of the pod, discussion covers how much this win was needed and [&hellip The post Griz Fan Podcast – Saturday snowstorm, EWU ahead, & playoff talk appeared first on Montana Mint - The greatest website north of Wyoming..
Montana is coming off a 57-0 win over Cal Poly, a victory in which the Griz rolled up 695 yards of total offense and 412 rushing yards to snap a three-game losing streak and move to 3-3 in Big Sky Conference play, 6-3 overall. The Griz host Eastern Washington for their regular-season home finale on Saturday. UM head coach Bobby Hauck, junior offensive guard Hunter Mayguiness and junior safety Nash Fouch addressed the media on November 7, 2022.
Montana State posted a 41-38 win in walk-off fashion at Northern Arizona on Saturday, MSU's first win in Flagstaff since 2008. The Bobcats are now 6-0 in Big Sky Conference play, 8-1 overall. Montana State plays its final regular-season road game on Saturday at Cal Poly (0-6, 1-8). MSU head coach Brent Vigen addressed the media to preview the matchup.
Colter Nuanez breaks down the day that was around the Big Sky Conference on November 5, 2022, including three big things about Montana and Montana State plus sound from Griz head coach Bobby Hauck, Montana State head coach Brent Vigen, Griz senior quarterback Lucas Johnson, Bobcat sophomore quarterback Tommy Mellott, UM junior linebacker Braxton Hill, MSU freshman wide receiver Taco Dowler and Montana sophomore running back Nick Ostmo.
High school football quarterfinals have already kicked off by the time Colter Nuanez takes the air, and he gets you caught up on all the games this weekend, plus hears from Missoula Sentinel head coach Dane Oliver. Colter also picks the brain of Paul Wulff, long-time Big Sky Conference coach who's now the offensive line coach at Cal Poly as the Mustangs prepare to play Montana. Andrew Houghton gets the lowdown from O'Brien Byrd, whose Columbia Falls WildKats won their first boys soccer state title in 17 years last weekend.
Colter Nuanez shares his collection of interview for the week leading up to the first Saturday of November in the Big Sky Conference with a heavy emphasis on No. 2 Sac State at No. 5 Weber State, No. 3 Montana State at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly at No. 16 Montana. BIG SKY BREAKDOWN TIMES1 - RJ Martinez, NAU quarterback - 2:082 - Paul Wulff, Cal Poly offensive line coach - 12:103 - Asher O'Hara, Sac State quarterback - 24:434 - Chris Ball, NAU head coach - 32:515 - Callahan O'Reilly, Montana State senior linebacker - 47:466 - Trajon Cotton, Montana junior defensive back - 59:297 - Colter Nuanez "Blue & Gold Thursday" on KSKY Country in Bozeman - 1:09:45
Another week and another breaking loss. We breakdown the loss to Weber State. We look at the lack luster offense and give what we see is the problem. Finally, we breakdown the Cal Poly game. This is a must win game to get to the playoffs this year. We close the pod by giving our predictions. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast. Go Griz!!
Beau Baldwin has spent plenty of time in the Big Sky Conference. In this week's ESPN Roundtable, the Cal Poly coach reflects on the changes he's seen and previews the Mustangs' matchup with Montana this weekend. Get an update from Montana defensive back TraJon Cotton in this week's Griz Star of the Week segment.
Amy Ozee is an American professional beach volleyball player. A Hawaii native, she cut her teeth on the beach scene at U of H and finished as a grad student at Cal Poly. Raw, talented and promising, she brings a fresh virtue to go with her determination that the sport needs more of, and after already participating in several main draws, her ascension in the sport has gone from evoltion to revolution. Tune in, as we chat up her Journey to University of Hawaii and Cal Poly, dealing with a devastating ankle break, making the same mistakes vs making new ones, realizing there is more than just 'one way' to do this, former USA coach Mark Fishman, defining moments in the NCAA, competing on the AVP tour, how enthusiasm can work against you, the difference between goals and expectations, how keeping your nose in the work gets rid of distractions, believing in yourself is half the battle, and MORE!
In this episode, Teran Rodriguez recaps Week 10's NCAA Women's Volleyball noteworthy upsets, including the No.1 team losing for a second straight week. How did the No.1 team lose this time, what is this week's coaches poll look like and who is the new No.1? Rodriguez also previews week 11 of the NCAA Women's Volleyball season and its noteworthy matchups. Finally, Rodriguez previews the CIF-SS Division 1 and Division 2 finals and recaps his day covering Long Beach State and Pepperdine men's volleyball on Saturday as well as his night covering Long Beach State's women's volleyball team againast Cal Poly later that same day. Timestamps for each part: Intro 0:00 IE Sports Radio Read 2:48 Long Beach State-Pepperdine Men's Volleyball Scrimmage Recap Part 1 4:08 Jonathan Winder Post-Scrimmage 1 Interview 7:15 Long Beach State-Pepperdine Men's Volleyball Scrimmage Recap Part 2 9:36 Alan Knipe Post-Scrimmage 2 Interview 17:14 Long Beach State-Pepperdine Men's Volleyball Scrimmage Closing Thoughts 20:27 UCLA Men's Volleyball Schedule Release 23:04 CIF-SS Division 1 Girls Volleyball Final Preview 29:35 Miscellaneous High School Girls Volleyball Talk 40:49 CIF-SS Division 2 Girls Volleyball Final Preview 44:50 Long Cal Poly @ Long Beach State Women's Volleyball Recap 52:08 Caroline Walters Postgame Interview 59:15 Cal Poly and Long Beach State Takeaway 1:03:03 Commercial Break 1 1:06:44 Back From Commercial Break 1:09:26 NCAA Women's Volleyball Upsets from Week 9 1:09:55 Stat Stuffers/Notables/Team of the Week (Week 10) 1:34:31 AVCA Women's Volleyball Coaches Poll (10/31/22) 1:38:55 NCAA Women's Volleyball Week 11 Matches to Watch for 1:41:12 NCAA Women's Volleyball Division 1 Committee Top 10 (through 10/29/22) 1:54:58 Closing/Outro 1:57:11 All of the thoughts and opinions are that of Teran Rodriguez and the guests he brings on and not of any second, third- or fourth-party organizations. Twitter of host: @TeranRodriguez1 Twitter of show: @Set_PointIE Theme Music: Move Out - MK2 [Free Download | No Copyright] https://youtu.be/Sqk3B2041uk IESR Disclaimer Unless specifically stated otherwise, the views and opinions of hosts, guests, callers, and sponsors expressed on all IE Sports Radio shows broadcast are entirely those of the hosts, guests, callers, and sponsors, who are entirely responsible for all show content, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of IE Sports Radio or its staff. These broadcasts are presented and made public AS ENTERTAINMENT, in the hope that they will be entertaining to the audience.
One of this year's Steel Design Student Competition winners and his faculty advisor discuss the iterative process of transforming a decommissioned offshore oil rig into a cultural center.
On Halloween of 2022, Montana head coach Bobby Hauck, senior safety Robby Hauck and senior kick returner Malik Flowers address the media after the Grizzlies' third straight loss, a 24-21 defeat at No. 5 Weber State, and ahead of the Griz hosting Cal Poly.
In this episode of "Technically Human," I give my mic over to two guest hosts, David Geitner and Roman Rosser, to interview Dr. Robert Pearl about the intersection between tech, medicine, and our health. Dr. Pearl answers questions about the way that technologies are radically reshaping health care; the hosts ask questions about bias in medicine; and the group discusses the ways in which our current system fails to treat us, well, well. Dr. Robert Pearl is the former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group (1999-2017), the nation's largest medical group, and former president of The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group (2009-2017). He serves as a clinical professor of plastic surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and is on the faculty of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he teaches courses on strategy and leadership, and lectures on information technology and health care policy. He is the author of Mistreated: Why We think We're Getting Good Healthcare—And Why We're Usually Wrong, a Washington Post bestseller that offers a roadmap for transforming American healthcare. His new book, Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients is available now. All proceeds from these books go to Doctors Without Borders. Dr. Pearl hosts the popular podcasts "Fixing Healthcare" and Coronavirus: The Truth. He publishes a newsletter with over 12,000 subscribers called HYPERLINK "https://robertpearlmd.com/newsletter/" Monthly Musings on American Healthcare and is a regular contributor to Forbes. He has been featured on CBS This Morning, CNBC, NPR, and in TIME, USA Today and Bloomberg News. David Geitner is a third-year Biological Sciences major and Frost Scholar at California Polytechnic State University. He grew up in Yuba City California where he learned to love science, sports, community service, and the outdoors. He works in an on-campus research lab working with protein phosphomimetics for protein-to-protein interactions. David aspires to be a dentist as quality dental care is a necessity for society. David hopes to go into the military as a dentist and provide a service to his country. Roman Rosser is a student studying Aerospace Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He recently joined the PROVE team which is building a long-distance electric car. Roman hopes to work on designing or building new vehicles and has a particular passion for orbital rockets. His hobbies include lifting, backpacking, surfing and reading. A special thank you to David Geitner and Roman Rosser for hosting this week's episode, and to Dr. Pearl for joining us for the show. We'll be back next week with another episode of the “22 Lessons in Ethical Technology special series,” so stay tuned! You can find more information about the 22 Lessons series and the Technically Human Podcast, on our website, www.etcalpoly.org. And don't forget to subscribe to the show! You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
The 1031 Exchange is one of the most effective and commonly used tools in the the Commercial Real Estate world. In this episode we talk about how to effectively and safely navigate a 1031 exchange. We discuss the timelines and the appropriate way to identify property to keep you safe from paying tax on a CRE transaction. Leonard Spoto oversees all of the sales and marketing operations for Asset Exchange Company. He is a frequent keynote speaker and an accredited course instructor on the subject of 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges. He has presented his popular real estate and tax workshops to over 12,000 Realtors, lenders, title professionals and investors and is the author of dozens of published 1031 Exchange related articles. Prior to co-founding Asset Exchange Company, Leonard worked for a major national title company affiliated exchange company. In this position, Leonard lead the company's sales efforts by directing over 1,200 tax-deferred exchanges in Northern California in a single year. Leonard is a graduate cum laude from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, a minor in Economics and a concentration in Finance. Below is the best number to contact Leonard Tel: 877-471-1031 Episode Show Notes - What is a 1031 Exchange – 2:31 - What is the importance of the 1031 Exchange – 3:42 - What is the structure and timeline of a 1031 Exchange – 5:23 - The exception to the 45-day Identification Rule - 8:35 - What is the correct way to identify replacement property - 11:50 - Do you need to be in contract to identify a property? – 13:25 - How do you identify a property without an address or legal description - 14:40 - Different Identification Structures (3 property rule vs 200% rule) – 15:50 - 200% rule - 17:05 - The 95% exception – 18:30 - Most common mistakes made in a 1031 – 19:25 - How long should you own a property before you sell it and enter a 1031 – 24:45 - What is the definition of like kind – 26:47 - What to know when buying a Condo in Maui – 29:23 - Air BNB – 29:48 - What if you trade into a Ranch or Piece of Land? 31:17 - Is the 1031 Exchange going away? 34:30 - Has 1031 Exchanges slowed down since the interest rate hike? 38:20 - Why should someone utilize a professional 1031 Intermediary? 40:14
In this episode, Teran Rodriguez recaps Week 9's NCAA Women's Volleyball noteworthy upsets, including the No.1 and No.2 team losing this past week. How big were those upsets and what it this week's coaches poll look like? Rodriguez also previews week 10 of the NCAA Women's Volleyball season. Finally, Rodriguez recaps his night covering Hawaii men's volleyball over the weekend as well as covering UC Irvine's women's volleyball team againast Cal Poly. Timestamps for each part: Intro 0:00 IE Sports Radio Read 2:38 Hawaii Men's Volleyball Recap 4:00 Charlie Wade Post-Scrimmage Interview 15:09 Miscellaneous 1 17:25 Travis Turner Post-Scrimmage Interview 19:49 Brief CCCAA Men's Volleyball Talk 2 21:55 Kyle Anema Post-Scrimmage Interview 24:23 Brief Vanguard Men's Volleyball Talk 27:52 David Kniffin Post-Exhibition Match Interview 30:07 Post-Exhibition Match Takeaway 33:05 Cal Poly @ UC Irvine Women's Volleyball Recap 42:01 Joy Umeh Post-Match Interview 45:34 Ashlie Hain Post-Match Interview 49:51 Caroline Walters Post-Match Interview 56:39 Commercial Break 1:04:00 Back From Commercial Break 1:08:10 NCAA Women's Volleyball Upsets from Week 9 1:08:56 Stat Stuffers/Notables 1:36:21 AVCA Women's Volleyball Coaches Poll (10/24/22) 1:40:53 NCAA Women's Volleyball Week 9 Matches to Watch for 1:44:05 Outro/Closing 1:56:10 All of the thoughts and opinions are that of Teran Rodriguez and the guests he brings on and not of any second, third- or fourth-party organizations. Twitter of host: @TeranRodriguez1 Twitter of show: @Set_PointIE Theme Music: Move Out - MK2 [Free Download | No Copyright] https://youtu.be/Sqk3B2041uk IESR Disclaimer Unless specifically stated otherwise, the views and opinions of hosts, guests, callers, and sponsors expressed on all IE Sports Radio shows broadcast are entirely those of the hosts, guests, callers, and sponsors, who are entirely responsible for all show content, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of IE Sports Radio or its staff. These broadcasts are presented and made public AS ENTERTAINMENT, in the hope that they will be entertaining to the audience.
Lance Haidet juggles racing on the road, gravel mountain bike and cyclocross at the highest level while studying mechanical engineering at Cal Poly. As the 2019 U23 U.S. National Road Race Champion he caught the eye of Justin and Cory Williams and the Legion of LA race team and joined for 2o20. Legion of LA has allowed him to explore the world of gravel as well continue in cyclocross and mountain bike racing while supporting the criterium-heavy Legion team. In 2022 he was accepted as one of 30 competitors in the six-race Lifetime Grand Prix. He and Dave connected the week before the final race in Bentonville in mid-October.Be sure and follow his adventures throughout this cyclocross season, but also on the road, gravel and mountain bike all year long! You can find him on instagram at @Lancy_pants. and follow the entire Legion team at @Legion of Los Angeles. He did wrap up the Lifetime Grand Prix series at the BigSugar Gravel race in Bentonville Arkansas where he finished 18th in the 104 mile race in 5 hours 13 minutes. That place kept him in 10th for the Lifetime Grand Prix - final paying spot.BIGSUGAR RESULTSLIFETIME GRAND PRIX LEADERBOARDWatch YouTube: Lance Haidet Talks with Dave Mable at 2021 Fayetteville CXWorld CupCheck out Episode no. 3 of Bike Talk with Dave to listen to Lance, along with then National CX Champ Gauge Hecht and Becca Farringer talk about their 2021 cyclocross seasons and how they managed during the summer and fall of 2020. Thanks again for listening to Bike Talk with Dave! I'd love if if you'd be so kind as to support the show by rating and reviewing, and sharing with friends! If you'd like to support the show financially, and help me make this podcast better, you can go to BuyMeACoffee.com or hit me on Venmo at David.Mable- If you do I'll send you a Bike Talk with Dave sticker!https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dmable122QAnd, as a reminder, as a Bike Talk with Dave listener, you're welcome to a free three-month subscription to the Adventure Plus streaming platform! Its a streaming service with hundreds of independent adventure films! Just click the link in the show notes and get registered for a free 90 day subscription and then you can watch more than 600 films on cycling, skiing, surfing, running, mountain and rock climbing- pretty much all the cool stuff! Head on over to adventureplus.com click the link in the show notes for the free trial!https://adventureplus.com/orders/complete_order?o=76196I want to thank bikeiowa.com for being the online host of Bike Talk with Dave - BikeIowa.com where you can find all kinds of cycling events news, information and trails in Iowa and around the midwest!Bike Talk with Dave is a production of Summit Media Films, an award-winning indy film company that is not afraid of snow. Check out our films at AdventurePlus.com with your free 90 day subscription!
Hometown Radio 10/25/22 3p: Guest Host Bill Ostrander talks with Cal Poly professor Jake Feldman recalls his service in the Peace Corps
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2 years ago, Michele Hottel joined me to give advice to homeowners so that they could learn from the mistakes of others. As I reflected on the past three years in the week of my podiversary, I listened again to this episode and wanted to revisit it. We talked about renovating while pregnant, building too much space, rising construction costs and more. About our guest: Michele Grace Hottel, Architect is a firm practicing Architecture, Interiors, and Visual Arts, specializing in Custom and multi-family Residential and smaller Commercial and Institutional projects since 1994. Prior to her current practice, Michele was a consultant with other Architecture and Engineering firms in the Los Angeles and San Diego areas for twelve years before and after attending Cal Poly, Pomona for Architecture. One can read her blog, "I've never met a woman architect before..." a blog about my life... , the trials and tribulations, as one could say, of being a woman, a mother, a wife, a volunteer, a public servant, and last but not least, an architect. Michele is also a Commissioner and Subject Matter Expert for the California Architects Board, a City of La Mesa Planning Commissioner in her third term, the Chair of the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) Chair of the Custom Residential Architecture Network (CRAN) for the AIA San Diego and Palomar Chapters. She also served as the Chair of the Committee for AIA California's Inaugural Housing Forum for attainable housing. In addition, Michele served on the Board and Past President of the La Mesa Arts Alliance, served as a La Mesa Parks and Recreation Board Member, a La Mesa Centennial Planning Committee member and lead the Centennial Legacy Project Subcommittee. ********************************************************************************************* Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes athttps://www.talkinghomerenovations.com/ ( talkinghomerenovations.com) Do you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at email@example.com If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends Don't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning with the latest episode of Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven. Clickhttp://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( here) to get the episode enhancements sent directly to your inbox every week. Reviews and ratings help my show gain traction and credibility. Please leave a review here-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218) Visithttps://my.captivate.fm/www.Talkinghomerenovations.com ( Talkinghomerenovations.com) for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovations Join me on Facebook: Talking Home Renovations Follow me on Twitter: @talkinghomereno Join me on TikTok: @The House Maven Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven is part of Gabl Media, the largest, most engaged AEC network on the planet. Visit http://www.gablmedia.com/ (www.Gablmedia.com) for great content. Sign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, http://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( sign up here) Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig, written and performed by Neil Pearlman, https://neilpearlman.com/ (www.neilpearlman.com) Show Cover Art by Sam Whitehttp://www.samowhite.com/ ( www.samowhite.com) This podcast is a production of dEmios Architects.http://www.demiosarchitects.com/ ( www.demiosarchitects.com)
Paul Flores has been found guilty in the death of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart in 1996. The suspected Stockton Serial Killer has a legal record. A word on radicalization. Early voting in Georgia is smashing records.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart went missing on Memorial Day weekend in 1996. After a long investigation with many stops and starts, Paul Flores was finally arrested for her murder in April of 2021. His father, Ruben Flores, was also arrested for accessory after the fact. Their trial concluded and a verdict was read on October 18, 2022.In this episode, Ethan and Kona discuss the trial and the verdict in an unscripted format. Did the Smart family finally receive justice after over 25 years?Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/attwgpodGet episodes early and ad-free on Patreon: https://patreon.com/attwgpodMerch store: https://www.andthentheyweregone.com/merch-storeFor a full list of our sources, please visit our blog: https://andthentheyweregone.com/blogKristin Smart Part 1: https://pod.link/1524173209/episode/d55da98f74c41762726a9c72e2cd91e6Kristin Smart Part 2: https://pod.link/1524173209/episode/f7d8f2dfabf1322d7df8f42b0de25193Sources:Your Own Backyard: https://pod.link/1480263708https://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/crime/article266857866.html
Jennifer Jones Lee accompanies Bill for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The two of them discuss news topics that include: The Los Angeles City Council has chosen a new President, Paul Flores was found guilty of murdering Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart, and the LA County has approved a $32M settlement over the death of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos.
Might the new wave of stimulus checks be contributing to inflation? Iran and Russia built an alliance on their hostility toward the U.S., and now their kamikaze drones embody that hatred. Paul Flores has been found guilty for the murder of Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart and his father has been acquitted. And new LA City Council President Krekorian aims to restore trust in City Hall following the racism scandal that has protestors up in arms.
Earlier this month Cal Poly's 66th Annual Bull Test Sale was held in San Luis Obispo. The program is the only one in the country completely ran by students!To talk about what this program provides students, share about the new opportunities coming to the program through a $750,000 grant that was just awarded and have a few laughs, Cal Poly's Zach McFarlane and Aaron Lazanoff come on the podcast.
#LetsTalkAboutItThursday Night FootballJohn Madden's family donates $30 million towards new football facilities at his alma mater Cal Poly. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10051204-john-maddens-family-cal-poly-building-30m-football-facility-to-honor-nfl-hofer.amp.html Whose really great?Who really sucks right now?Headgate updates. NFLPA fired Tua's independent head doctor who cleared him. Burrow admits memory loss #CollegeFootballNewsUSC vs ASU recap and Washington State previewTop-25 matchups: preseason teams no longer ranked. https://twitter.com/CFBHome/status/1577269800287412225?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1577269800287412225%7Ctwgr%5E46817b4bc98789e06ae157543ec95b7494e3580b%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-9615376312936185277.ampproject.net%2F2209142312000%2Fframe.html. Kansas Jayhawks 5-0 and ranked for the first time since 2009Two Clemson players named in civil suit that injured a US Postal worker in 2021. https://twitter.com/RedditCFB/status/1577811714250268673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1577811714250268673%7Ctwgr%5E80798ac313f4d9b216ce7035e0dbe14338ecd3bf%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-9615376312936185277.ampproject.net%2F2209142312000%2Fframe.html Colorado fires Karl Dorrell as head coachUTEP 100-yard big man touchdown. https://twitter.com/ConferenceUSA/status/1576372526459932672?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1576372526459932672%7Ctwgr%5Ee4efca1215b6bed288f7e2a64880d56f27321eb2%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-454789023441074236.ampproject.net%2F2209142312000%2Fframe.html #TakeorTangentTom Brady and his wife allegedly hire different divorce lawyersDeion Sanders thinks is son is already in the 2022 Heisman race & should be. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10051330-jackson-states-deion-sanders-thinks-his-son-shedeur-is-in-2022-heisman-trophy-race.amp.html Wisconsin fires Paul Chryst and buys him out. Lost to former Wisconsin Head Coach & current Illinois coach Bret Bilema. Bilema has one more career win (68) than Chryst at Wisconsin.Wagner hitting#TouchdownOrTurnoverQB Blake Bortles quietly retiresWide receiver Cole Beasley retires after 11 years and 2 games with the BuccaneersGuy who ran on field during Rams/49ers filed lawsuit against Bobby Wagner for tackling him. #FadeOrFairRiver Valley High School in Yuba City, California cancels the rest of its football season after team gets caught doing a slave auction that made it to TikTok. https://www.kcentv.com/article/features/trending-today/the-internet-reacts-a-california-high-school-football-team/500-fae0c33d-eb41-450a-92a5-50e1cf100ce5 Former 1st round pick and Miami legend, linebacker D.J. Williams gets fired from I Am Athlete Podcast after he admits he owns a business with Fred Taylor, who fell out with Brandon Marshall during Joe Budden episode.Deebo vs JalenJefferson vs LattimoreKenny Vs Pete in Fantasy Football round 2. #UnnecessaryToughnessRants
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Gianna Cianfichi-O'Day | Cal Poly Graduate| Civil Engineer | Breakaway RoperGianna Cianfichi O'Day has gone full force into her rookie year of 2022 in the Women's Professional Rodeo Association Breakaway Roping. From talking about breakaway roping, breaking down goals, and seeing a big goal that she had for 2022 was to make the NFR Playoff Series in Puyallup, WA come to fruition. Gianna is from Santa Rosa, California and started riding when she was 4 years old! Now she is a full time Civil Engineer, Wife, and a breakaway roper. Gianna talks about her aspiring dreams as a breakaway roper, managing a full time job, and also overcoming the huge obstacle of losing her thumb as a freshman in college. On the way to the hospital in the helicopter ride, she flew over the Hollywood sign, not an ideal experience, but exciting to say the least! “I just started learning again, roping the dummy, and self training myself again,” said Gianna. “I took the time I had off, went on a trip to Italy, and saw a lot of things that I would have not gotten to experience if I hadn't had that time off.” Gianna is relentless in her pursuit of her goals and is one of the most inspirational and motivated ladies that I have met to date!in the LOOP Breakaway Roping Podcast captures the fastest sport on dirt, as well as talking about the raw, real, truth behind the box of elite competitors in and out of the breakaway roping arena. Visit our website https://www.intheloopbreakaway.comLike us on Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/intheloopbreakawayTag us on Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/intheloopbreakaway/View more on our Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjpVQcSSiobXsMiD89OvTvAYou can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or any other podcast channel. You can also visit our website www.intheloopbreakaway.com to listen to all of our episodes. #breakawayroping #roping #breakaway #nfbr #women #love #rodeo #cowgirl #rodeocowgirls #prca #wpra #roping #cowgirlsofinstagram #podcast #womenempoweringwomen #horsesofinsta #western #brand #westernfashion
Courtney Roberts was recently announced as the new Women's Head Coach at Cal Poly. She has previously coached at Oklahoma State and Washington. The pedigree of the coaches she's been around is very unique. She speaks to her experiences as both a player and a coach in today's podcast. She also talks about her current team and her crazy life with 6 month old twins. Thank you for coming on Coach Roberts and best of luck to the Mustangs this year! Subscribe to the podcast for future episodes. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook —> @BetterThanIFoundItPodcast Associated social media accounts: Coach McGraw - @BearCoachMcGraw Mikkel - @MikkelGolf Baylor Men's Golf - @BaylorMGolf Music: DriftMaster by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterthanifoundit/message