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All Access Water Polo Podcast
Ep.28 - Kyle Witt - Newly Named Head Coach for Cal State Fullerton

All Access Water Polo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 44:40


In Episode 28 I sit down and have a very fun conversation with the newly named Head Coach for Cal State Fullerton, Coach Kyle Witt. We talk about building a new program from the ground up, the challenges that come with doing so, his time at LMU as both a coach and player, and much more. 

The On Track & Field podcast!
Episode 56 | Dr Andy Galpin

The On Track & Field podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:12


One of the foremost experts in the world on the science and application of methods to increase strength, hypertrophy and endurance performance, Cal State Fullerton's Dr Andy Galpin, joins J.T. to talk speed, hydration, and how much time can you spend training overspeed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ontrackandfield/message

HNL Movement Podcast
Cody Collins On Baseball Training, Facing The Yips, And Persevering Through Adversity

HNL Movement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 79:53


This week features Cody Collins on the HNL Movement Podcast! Cody grew up working out, training, and excelling in baseball. He shares many lessons learned throughout his baseball career and beyond that we can all take something away from. Stay tuned for this jam-packed episode where we discuss strength & conditioning, training for baseball, facing the “yips,” overcoming injuries, and how he stays in shape and finds his purpose in being a firefighter.Cody shares how he began training for baseball at a young age and was driven to improve in baseball. He dedicated himself to baseball and eventually realized his childhood dream of playing Division-I baseball at Cal State Fullerton. This transition from high school to college baseball was an eye-opening experience for him. In addition, he shares in depth about his experience facing the “yips” head on and struggled to overcome this mental, emotional, and physical battle. He also shares his experiences of battling through injuries, dislocating his throwing shoulder, and tearing his ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). Cody's strength and perseverance through these difficult times are something that we all can learn from.Cody continues to stay active and extremely fit to help him prepare for the unknowns of being a firefighter. This episode is a testament of how everyone can learn valuable lessons through sports. It was a pleasure to talk to Cody and listen in to all the highlights, obstacles, and adversities that he faced through his career. He wants everyone to know that no matter what you are going through right now, you are not alone. Find those people that are there to help and support you, communicate and express yourself, and know that in the long run that everything will help to make you stronger. Everything will work out and be okay. Listen in and enjoy the episode! Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a review on:AppleSpotifyGooglePandoraiHeartRadio

The Basketball Strong Podcast
Dan Garner: How Nutrition Helps Basketball Players Overcome Performance Plateaus and Become Beasts on the Court

The Basketball Strong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 74:15


When NBA players want to extend their careers, they come to Dan Garner. He also works with athletes in professional hockey, MMA, and football, using a comprehensive testing system to gain a full, 360-degree physiological footprint for each individual. Once the lab results are in, Dan and his business partner, Cal State Fullerton muscle physiologist Dr. Andy Galpin, create a full nutrition, training, and lifestyle blueprint. Dan also shares the insights gleaned from working with the pros with competitive and amateur athletes in all walks of life. While nutrition is the focal point of his system, it incorporates sleep, recovery, hydration, hormone balance, stress, and every other facet of recovery and performance. Dan also created the popular Ultimate Nutrition Mentorship, Ultimate Training Mentorship, and Cutting Edge Strategies for Physique Transformation certificate programs where personal trainers and fitness professionals undergo an online education process to turn their passion for the industry into a successful and thriving career.In this episode, Dan shares: Why you have to recover like an animal to be a beast on the court How consistency beats intensity every time What role psychology plays in leading physiology Why identifying and removing constraints is key to busting through performance plateausWhich visible and hidden stressors might be holding you backLearn more about Dan on his website, coachgarner.com, and via his Instagram feed.

Critical Mass Radio Show
Critical Mass Business Talk Show: Ric Franzi Interviews Sam Naghshineh, Founder of Leaniar (Episode 1390)

Critical Mass Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 27:08


Sam Naghshineh is the Founder of Leaniar, a software services and solutions company focused on process automation for global Fortune 1000 companies. Leaniar leverages Human Emulation Software otherwise known as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning to remove the inefficiencies resulting from manual, repetitive and high-volume tasks. Sam has over 25 years of consulting and sales and experience working for companies such as Ernst and Young, SAP, IMS Health (IQVIA) and most recently UiPath. Sam graduated with a BA in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona. He has also been a guest speaker at multiple MBA programs, including Cal State Fullerton, discussing the importance of Automation Skills in today's workplace. -- Critical Mass Business Talk Show is Orange County, CA's longest-running business talk show, focused on offering value and insight to middle-market business leaders in the OC and beyond. Hosted by Ric Franzi, business partner at Renaissance Executive Forums Orange County. Learn more about Ric at www.ricfranzi.com. Catch up on past Critical Mass Business Talk Show interviews... YouTube: https://lnkd.in/gHKT2gmF LinkedIn: https://lnkd.in/g2PzRhjQ Podbean: https://lnkd.in/eWpNVRi Apple Podcasts: https://lnkd.in/gRd_863w Spotify: https://lnkd.in/gruexU6m #orangecountyca #mastermind #ceopeergroups #peergroups #peerlearning

Weber State Weekly
VOLLEYBALL: The Professor: Sophomore S Kate Standifird

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 50:10


Classes are in full swing on campus so what better guest to get than Sophomore Setter Kate Standifird, nicknamed "The Professor". We'll chat with Kate about taking over Setter duties and leading with a young roster.Then, we'll break down the weekend's matches in southern California against UC Irvine, Gonzaga, and Cal State-Fullerton.And, we're busting out Waldo's Magic Eight Ball for the first time in season 3. What will the eight ball tell us about this team and the upcoming week? Find out!Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

On Air With Ryan Seacrest
The Stinky Fridge

On Air With Ryan Seacrest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 52:30 Very Popular


Jennifer Hudson Gets Emotional Detailing 'Surreal' New Talk Show RSF Selects Le Bonheur Children's Hospital for Next Seacrest Studio! This Is the Best Time of the Year to Go to Disneyland Second Date Update- They both attend Cal State Fullerton. She's had a crush on him for years. They finally went out and then he ghosted her. But why? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Faculty Futures Lab
FFL 3.2 How to Professor: Inclusive Academic Leadership

Faculty Futures Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 19:35


Dean of Communications at Cal State Fullerton, Dr. Bey-Ling Sha, talks about her path to academic leadership and what Inclusive Academic Leadership means to her in 2022. Hosted by Dr. D.J. Hopkins. Bios Dr. Bey-Ling Sha is a public relations teacher-scholar, a higher-education leader, a social-justice activist, and the co-parent of two young men. She joined Cal State Fullerton in 2019 as dean of the College of Communications after 15 years at San Diego State University, where she was a public relations professor, then director of the School of Journalism and Media Studies, and acting associate dean of the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts. Link to Dr. Sha's bio: https://communications.fullerton.edu/faculty/bey_ling_sha/bey_ling_sha.php Dr. D.J. Hopkins is a professor at San Diego State University. His research includes Shakespeare in performance and theatre in urban contexts. His current research includes immersive theatre and virtual reality. @_DJHopkins https://ttf.sdsu.edu/faculty/theatre_faculty_profiles/d.j-hopkins

Just a Good Conversation
Just a Good Conversation: Hailey Pohevitz

Just a Good Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 158:28


Being recruited as a college athlete is no easy matter, the choices you make will effect your life for ever, Hailey Pohevitz was the first in her family to go through this process. The battle scars of that experience and playing college soccer changed her forever, it turned out it made her stronger than ever. Hailey was recruited to Cal State Fullerton, for three years she was lost on the teams depth chart, a suspension on a team trip and then an injury was the final straw. She left CSUF and moves east to Southern Mississippi to finish out her playing career and start her career path in law enforcement. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matt-brown57/support

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk
Choosing to Homeschool with Rochelle Giordano (Bonus Virtual Showcase)

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 14:12


Why are Parents Choosing to Homeschool Today's show is another in a series of bonus episodes each featuring one of the incredible talks given by my participants in The Big Talk Academy as a part of our Virtual Showcase. This showcase is the culmination of their hard work as they cross the finish line to become certified speakers.    These episodes give you a peek behind the scenes to witness the amazing Big Talks presented and also give you exclusive access to my live feedback and the direction I give to each speaker immediately following their performances.   This week's episode features Rochelle Giordano and her talk, “Homeschooling Beyond the Pandemic.”   Rochelle has homeschooled her children from Kindergarten through High School graduation. She has spoken at Cal State Fullerton, women's groups, CHEA's Keys to Homeschooling, and is a Master of Ceremonies. An entrepreneur at heart, Rochelle runs an online piano studio and teaches classes to homeschoolers.   In her talk, she explores: Common associations and assumptions about homeschooling What the pandemic brought to light about our education system  The true meaning and history of homeschooling  Why are parents choosing to homeschool  Why homeschooling your child is here to stay AND why that's a good thing More from Rochelle Websites: https://selahseeker.com/ & https://playingforkeepspiano.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sojournerlife & https://www.facebook.com/playingforkeepspianostudio  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sojournerlife_/ & https://www.instagram.com/playingforkeeps_piano  More from Tricia  Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking  Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram  Connect with me on Facebook  Connect with me on LinkedIn  Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com

Riding The Pine
Ep. 245 Reno Aces Minor Leaguer Blake Workman

Riding The Pine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 25:37


Join me for another brand new episode of Riding The Pine! On today's show, I'm joined by a tremendous guest who has seen every stop of the minor leagues, current minor leaguer for the Reno Aces playing in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, Blake Workman (1:50-24:33)! Blake and I discuss his career in college and appearing in the College World Series with Cal State Fullerton, his season this year with the Aces and how he made the transition from Double A to Triple A this year and so much more! Intro: 0:00-1:49Interview w/ Blake Workman: 1:50-24:33Outro: 24:34-25:37

Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience
Creating Opportunities Towards an NBA Front Office Position with Wes Wilcox (EP 68)

Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 29:26


In today's episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Wes Wilcox, Assistant General Manager of the Sacramento Kings, live on the concourse from the SBC Studio set during the 2022 NBA2K23 Summer League in Las Vegas.

In this episode, we discuss:
* Delivering big on the smallest tasks* Building trust in a front office* Being comfortable in a position that's often uncomfortable* A past SBC student's journey breaking into the Sacramento Kings' Basketball Ops department
Wes Wilcox enters his third season with the Sacramento Kings as Assistant General Manager. Wilcox supports General Manager Monte McNair in all facets of front office operations including roster construction, strategy, and player evaluation.

Wes comes to Sacramento with nearly 20 years of experience in the NBA, including serving as General Manager (2015-17) and Assistant General Manager (2012-15) of the Atlanta Hawks, Director of Player Personnel for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the first General Manager of the Cavs' NBA Development League team, the Canton Charge.

Wes started his career in the roles of Advance Scout, College Scout, Pro Personnel Scout, and Assistant Coach with the Cavaliers and as an Intern with the Miami Heat in their scouting and video department. Wes went to school at Cal State Fullerton and was the men's basketball student manager for the 2000-01 season.

The Weeklyish
Special Education Classrooms = Segregation

The Weeklyish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 10:40


Hi, Y'all! This week, I celebrated my two-year anniversary at MCIE.  That's right. I left my job at a public school district in the Atlanta Metro area to work in the nonprofit sector, and it's been a huge learning curve.  You see, I used to be a special education teacher. That was my role for 16 years. 13 of those were in the classroom, and 3 were in a district support specialist role. And the whole time I was in the special education department of the districts I worked for, there was something that bothered me. Segregated special education classrooms. You probably already know about this, but just in case you don't know, here is a simplified explanation. Public education is split into two systems. General education and special education. They are supposed to work together to meet the needs of all learners but to be honest it rarely happens. Real talk...it is hard to change a system that is set up to separate learners in the first place. There was a law passed in 1975, which had a funny name (PL 94-142) and then after a few years it was called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. That law made it so that learners with disabilities had a legally protected right to be educated in public schools. Before that law, they were often educated in separate schools or institutions, or if they did go to a regular school, they were not treated that great. But then as learners started attending their neighborhood schools, school leaders didn't necessarily want them there because they thought it would be a distraction or that they were too disabled to learn with everyone else. So, they were put in separate classrooms. And a lot of people thought this was a good idea. But not everyone. As time passed, organizations like MCIE started helping school districts make changes in how they taught all learners. Specifically, how they supported learners with significant disabilities in general education classrooms. And when I mean significant disabilities, I mean learners on the autism spectrum, those with presumed intellectual disabilities, and challenging behavior among others who have been historically excluded. Researchers, school administrators, and teachers all were learning that when school met the needs of all learners in a systematic way rather than by segregating students by disability everyone benefitted. When I entered the field of special education in 2004, the inclusive education movement had already gone through its biggest push in the 1990s. But in my teacher education program, they taught me all about how learners should be together, how general and special education teachers could collaborate to plan for every child in the classroom, and by distributing students with high support needs across a grade level it kept certain classrooms from having more learners with disabilities than other ones. But then when I entered the school system, I realized this is not how schools are run. Cal State Fullerton ruined me! Not really... I love all of you. But they did ruin me in the best way. Because I spent essentially my whole career as an educator trying to change the system from within.  Why are you telling us this Tim? Well, we have some new people who have subscribed to The Weeklyish, and since I'm reflecting on the last two years, I wanted to share my story again. And give you my why. Why is this important to me? You know I've been asked this question a number of times, and the best answer I can give is that I saw a need and something compelled me to devote myself to it. I suppose some people say it is a calling, and I can't disagree. But for whatever reason, the fact that the vast majority of school districts segregate students by disability is to me a grand injustice. And I want to work toward righting that wrong because I do believe it is wrong. And it is not just a belief; we have evidence that it is not the best for kids. And you know what I keep hearing out of the mouths of school leaders that segregate kids? “We do what's best for kids.” Here is what I say. No. You are not doing what is best for kids. You are doing what is the most convenient to sustain an inequitable system. So, it is in that spirit that I wanted to share with you my favorite Weeklyish articles since I started writing this newsletter in January of 2020.  This first one is from February 2020, called On Separate Spaces, and Why They Are and Are Not Needed. Here is the key takeaway. The goal is always 100% inclusive placement with support. But there are very rare instances where a learner may need something else, and though inclusionists don't like to talk about it, it is a reality that I think hurts our credibility when we want to stick our head in the sand and pretend this scenario doesn't exist.  Recently, I had a short Facebook exchange with a former colleague that addressed this.  Generally, if a learner truly needs to be removed, it should only be temporary. There should always be a plan to bring a learner back into the community where they belong. The problem with special education classrooms, as most districts have set them up, is these separate and segregated environments are the settings where they say students with extensive support needs belong. So, on the rare occasion that families (or educators) push for an inclusive placement, the minute things do not go perfectly, skeptics will point to that as an example of inclusion not working. But it can't just be one learner (or even a handful) for it to work. There has to be a commitment by the district to operate differently and have the expectations that all learners belong in a general education classroom. And then...and only then...if a learner needs an alternate setting, it is for a specific reason and only temporary because the classroom where they belong is waiting for them to return. The next one, from January 2021, is called Let's Stop Pretending That We Can't Do Better Than Segregated Special Education Classrooms. Here is an excerpt: Educational research that has been around for decades has shown that inclusive education benefits students with and without disabilities. So why aren't we doing it? It was easy to try to rationalize why things were not changing fast enough when I worked in a system that wasn't inclusive. But now that I am out, and working and talking with educators in school districts that are implementing inclusion the way that it was intended, there is simply no excuse for me not to state the obvious. Let's stop pretending that segregated special education classrooms are the best we can do. I get that some may not be able to wrap their head around what this looks like. But fortunately, there are some excellent examples. All it takes is for a state or district administrator to investigate it for themselves. And finally, from June 2021, my piece called, How to Include Students with Disabilities in General Education in 4 Easy Steps. What you probably don't know is that when I was first getting my blog and podcast Think Inclusive off the ground, I wrote a blog post called, Quit Using the R-Word in 3 Easy Steps (now only available on the Wayback Machine). So, the title is a bit of a throwback.  I like this one because it lays out the steps of moving toward a fully inclusive system. There is more to it of course, and it certainly isn't easy, but it is a start and if there is anything that I want you to do after finishing this edition of The Weeklyish is start. Start anyway you can! I know I'm not the only educator that sees the inherent problem with special education classrooms. This is your sign to do something about it. The first thing you can do is share this message with a friend, colleague, or family member. That's your homework assignment. I still love to give homework.  That's all the recommendations for past articles I have today.  As always, if you ever have questions or comments email me at tvillegas@mcie.org or go to mcie.org to learn more about how we can partner with you and your school or district. Thanks for your time, everyone. I'll be back in a couple of weeks with another edition of The Weeklyish.  Have a great week! ICYMI What Does Truly Meaningful Inclusion Mean to You? Dr. Mona Delahooke | Beyond Behavior Charts and Positive Reinforcement 5 Ways to Get Inclusion Started at Your School Mazey Eddings | Neurodiverse Representation in Books Around the Web How my school gets students to “behave” Rethinking The 3 D's... Rethinking Guardianship: Emma's Story Airlines May Be Required To Accommodate Travelers In Their Wheelchairs Schools Nationwide Expect Special Ed Teacher Shortages This Fall What I'm Reading Underestimated by J. B. Handley and Jamison HandleyWhat I'm Watching Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu) Trailer HD - Taika Waititi comedy series What's in my Pod Feed467: Plot Twists (The Popcast With Knox and Jamie)  Evan Phillips: Founder Of Pod Peak Studios | From Mountain Climber to Podcast Producer (Clipped)  Podcasts about Work and Work Culture (Feedback with EarBuds)  All Means ALL – A Welcome from Sarolyn (All Means ALL Inclusive Education)  What I'm Listening To Death Cab for Cutie - Here To Forever (Official Music Video) What's in my Timeline Cultures don't change because they're ready. Cultures change because brave people make them ready.  Natalie Vardabasso (@natabasso)  From the Wayback Machine 9 Resources for Creating an Inclusive Classroom This School Year Just Because If my girlfriend actually turned into a worm J.R. Youngblut (@JRYoungblut)  ... The Weeklyish is written, edited, and sound designed by Tim Villegas and is a production of MCIE. Our intro stinger is by Miles Kredich. And our outro is by REDProductions. For information about inclusive education visit mcie.org and check out our flagship podcast, Think Inclusive, on your favorite podcast app. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit weeklyish.substack.com

BYU Women's Soccer
BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: 1st Half

BYU Women's Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 51:01


BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: 1st Half

BYU Women's Soccer
BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: Highlights

BYU Women's Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 1:05


BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: Highlights

BYU Women's Soccer
BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: 2nd Half

BYU Women's Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 46:08


BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: 2nd Half

BYU Women's Soccer
BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: Postgame

BYU Women's Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 16:39


BYU vs Cal State Fullerton: Postgame

BYU Sports Nation
Trevor Matich's Take

BYU Sports Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 49:40 Very Popular


Spencer and Jarom bring you the top BYU sports headlines. Trevor Matich joins BYUSN to discuss the importance of BYU Football's first 3 games. And later, Izzi Stratton joins BYUSN prior to their opening match against Cal State Fullerton.

Locked On Cougars
BYU Football's Focus, NFL Draft Prospects & Social Media Interaction - August 18, 2022

Locked On Cougars

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 32:03


The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Thursday, August 18, 2022 Thursday on the podcast began with Jake Hatch sharing some heartfelt thoughts on the fragility of life and what Cougar Nation's support of the podcast means to him Jake then dove into the listener mailbag to address BYU football topics including NFL Draft prospects, fanbase interactions on social media and what NFT's actually are Finally, the show wrapped up with notes on the BYU women's soccer program taking on Cal State Fullerton and men's golf star Carson Lundell showing out at the U.S. Amateur Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors!  LinkedIn - LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/LockedOnCollege. Terms and conditions apply Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline - BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 597: Can Short Films Make Any Money? with Kim Adelman

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 70:23 Very Popular


Kim Adelman began her producing career with the indie feature, Just Friends. She then launched the Fox Movie Channel's short film program, where the 19 shorts she produced won 30+ awards and played over 150 film festivals worldwide, including the Sundance Film Festival four years in a row.Kim Adelman currently teaches Low Budget Filmmaking  at UCLA Extension and Cinema Production II at Mount Saint Mary University. In 2014, she was named UCLA Extension's Entertainment Studies Instructor of the Year.  In 2016, she won its Distinguished Instructor Award.In addition to guest lecturing at UC Irvine, Cal State Fullerton, and Cal State Los Angeles, she has also taught filmmaking workshops across the US, Canada, and New Zealand. Most recently she led creative writing workshops for kids at UCLA's Hammer Museum via 826LA and filmmaking for teens at Pasadena's Norton Simon Museum.Over the past two decades, Ms. Adelman has also reported extensively on festivals and short films for Indiewire, co-programmed the American Cinematheque's annual Focus on Female Directors short film screening series for fifteen years, and co-founded FFC: the Female Filmmaking Collective.  She has also been a jury member and/or a panel moderator at numerous international film festivals, including Sundance Next and the Los Angeles Film Festival during its final year.Her short film book, Making it Big in Shorts, is on its third edition and has been published internationally in Spanish and Mandarin.  The three pop culture books she wrote for Penguin Random House are The Girls Guide to Elvis, The Girls Guide to Country, and The Ultimate Guide to Chick Flicks. which was also published in Japanese.She has recorded a five-part educational podcast on independent filmmaking for UCLA Extension and co-hosted the 15-episode movie adaptation podcast Book to Screen, available on iTunes. She has also appeared as cinema expert in the ARTE documentary From Weepies to Chick Flicks, E!'s Hollywood & Sex special, and the DVD extras for Love Me Tender and Ghost.  She was profiled for Women Transforming Media and appeared onKim Adelman was also Director of On Air Creative Production for Style Network until that network shut down. She has worked at multiple cable networks including FX/FXM, E!, G4, PopTV, the Game Show Network, and Cinevault.

bad guys & good beer
The Murder of Maribel Ramos

bad guys & good beer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 54:19


After US Army veteran Maribel Ramos lost her mother, she needed to find a roommate while she finished her degree at Cal State Fullerton. When her new roommate KC Joy moved in, she thought that she had found a good match. But unfortunately, this feeling didn't last very long, because once KC admitted his true feelings for Maribel, things took a turn for the worst. Buckle up, Buckaroos.

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 256, an episode with an expert in business law and business ethics, J.S. Nelson. Get J.S's book here: https://amzn.to/3ny1z9B Managing business ethics has always been a challenge for many organizations. As unethical business conduct rises, the struggle of implementing ethics and compliance programs in organizations also increases. Business ethics can make or break your business or career. But it can be used as a competitive advantage if managed correctly and can build the most valuable asset: your reputation. The key is to articulate your organization's values – defining who you are, what you stand for, and extending it toward every inch of your organization. It's very important for management to cultivate a culture of openness, where people feel safe to speak up and where ethical misconduct is not tolerated. As J.S. mentioned in this episode, “the way to get the behavior that you want is to intervene early and often.” In this episode, J.S speaks about the value of business ethics, the major schools of philosophical ethical thought, and how understanding it can help people become better at being ethical. She discusses the ways an organization can cultivate ethical behavior and how to get away from situations involving ethical traps in the modern business world.  Nelson is an expert in business law and business ethics. She is a visiting professor at Harvard Business School. Nelson was the first tenure-track appointment in a U.S. law school, specifically to teach business ethics and to develop law-school curricula around the subject. Nelson has spent nearly fifteen years teaching at top universities across the country, including Villanova Law School, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Haas Business School of the University of California at Berkeley, Drucker School at Claremont Graduate University, and the Mihaylo School at Cal State Fullerton. Prior to her work in academia, Professor Nelson served as staff counsel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and she clerked for the Honorable David M. Ebel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the Honorable William H. Yohn Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She also worked as a deputy district attorney and as a business litigator in Denver, Colorado. Nelson graduated from Harvard Law School, where she was the Supreme Court Co-Chair of the Harvard Law Review. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with honors and distinction in the major from Yale. Get J.S's book here: Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know, J.S. Nelson & Lynn A. Stout: https://amzn.to/3ny1z9B Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

501(c)3(b)(s): Deprogramming for Organizational Growth

We conclude our season with our TOP 5 all-time podcasts: This is a two-parter: There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitted. We work with Victoria Torres Director of Community Impact at the Samueli Foundation who has produced grants, reviewed grants, written grants, and taught grantwriting in her former role at OneOC and currently as a professor at Cal State Fullerton (she knows the issues from all sides); Kim Sanchez, a Grant Professional Certified (GPC) of LetsGetGrants.com and yours truly, Zoot Velasco, a former CFRE who has written millions in successful grants, served on 30 grant panels, produced grants, and teaches the art of grantwriting.

Sex Party with Dustin Rybka
EP 22: "Suck It Up Buddy" with Dr. Tara

Sex Party with Dustin Rybka

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 73:29


In this week's episode Dustin meets Dr. Tara and the two have an absolute blast! Dr. Tara is a Sexual Communication Expert, a tenured professor at Cal State Fullerton, and host of the Luvbites with Dr. Tara podcast. The duo chat about sex party experiences, relationships, cheating, the taboo of forced sex, how to prioritize sex with your partner, DJ Khaled not eating his wife's pussy, and sooooo much more! Also, at the end of the episode Dr. Tara braves The Burner! WELCOME TO EPISODE 22! Watch the video version of the show on YouTube YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIuCkOl_XummXVdu1t3XOuQListen to Luvbites by Dr. Tara Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/luvbites-by-dr-tara/id1587042783Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2SZ60RxLOyQ900l4PgJAlT?si=1d148eb804ac4e1aFollow Dr. TaraInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/luvbites.co (@luvbites.co)Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@luvbites.co (@luvbites.co) Work with Dr. Tarahttps://www.luvbites.coFollow the showInstagram: https://instagram.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Twitter: https://twitter.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Follow Dustin Instagram: https://instagram.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Twitter: https://twitter.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Sex Party with Dustin Rybka

The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 128 with Vania Patino, Journalistic Prodigy and Thorough and Reflective Reporter

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:35


Episode 128 Notes and Links to Vania Patino's Work        On Episode 128 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Vania Patino, and the two discuss, among other topics, her early love of reading in Spanish and English, Twilight, a formative experience for Vania as a high school reporter, her busy and educational college years, the power of Chicano Studies and Ethnic Studies classes, and ideas of objectivity and balance in journalism.        Vania Patino is a news reporter for KERO-TV in Bakersfield, CA, a former reporter for KFDA in Amarillo, Texas, and a former standout student in Pete's English 10 honors class. For Latino Reporter: “After El Paso shooting, Texans seem divided over looser gun laws”   Video from Cal State Fullerton's Al Dia Newsmagazine   Video and Article by Vania: "In Tex-Mex country, ‘el sabor' helps Boricua culture thrive" At about 1:40, Vania gives background on her relationship with language, learning English as a second language, and her early love of reading, including her love of a particular teen series   At about 5:00, Pete and Vania discuss the phenomenon that was the Twilight series    At about 7:00, Vania describes how Spanish specifically calls to her, interests her, etc., as well as how she re-embraced the beauty of speaking Spanish    At about 10:00, Vania wows with an amazing story from her third day on the job in Amarillo that highlights    At about 12:50, Vania highlights important lessons learned in college ethnic studies and Chicano history courses   At about 14:40, Vania discusses interesting conversations around identity that came up during her enjoyable college years   At about 16:25, Vania responds to Pete's questions   At about 18:20-27:30, Vania recounts an incredibly impactful experience in covering a 2015 Donald Trump speech in San Pedro    At about 27:35, Vania talks about her time in Amarillo, Texas, including covering a different political arena than she was used to   At about 29:50, Vania talks about formative experiences from her busy college days, and shouts out mentor Inez Gonzalez   At about 32:00, Vania recounts a funny anecdote about interning with NBC News with Lester Holt    At about 37:00, Vania gives the story of the horrific tragedy in Thousand Oaks, sadly the first of many mass shootings that she has covered    At about 42:30, Vania tells a story that is emblematic of being innovative and dogged in pursuing a local angle to a national story    At about 46:15, Vania explains the writing and background work for a news “package”   At about 50:55, Vania responds to Pete wondering about how she balances formal and informal presentations of the news   At about 53:30, Vania discusses ideas of objectivity in reporting, particularly post-Trump as POTUS   At about 57:30, Vania answers Pete's question about which tv shows/movies “get it right” with regard to a realistic view of the newsroom   At about 59:40, Vania responds to Pete's question about the responsibilities that come with doing translation in news   At about 1:04:30, Vania discusses future projects   At about 1:08:40, Vania gives contact information/social media info        You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.      This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.     Please tune in for Episode 129 with Sam Quinones, a journalist, storyteller, former LA Times reporter, and author of three acclaimed books of narrative nonfiction, including The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth, released in 2021, and his 2015 release, Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic.  The episode will air on June 28.

The Magic Mountie Podcast
STUDENTS ASK THE QUESTIONS: Geology ADT With Student Host Sierra Ruiz & Professor of Geology & Earth Sciences Dr. Tania Anders Episode 155

The Magic Mountie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:10


Today's episode is hosted by former Mt. SAC student Sierra Ruiz, who is a former student of her interviewee, Dr. Tania Anders, Professor of Geology and earth sciences. Our guest host Sierra graduated with her associate's in English in January of 2021, and transferred to Cal State Fullerton, with one year left to finish her Bachelor in English degree.  You'll hear Sierra talk about her experience as the lead facilitator of the Girls in STEM club for the Columbia Memorial Space Center. Also in this episode, Dr. Anders will help you grasp how to choose a path you're passionate about, how cross disciplines can benefit each other and the classes you might take while at Mt. SAC and beyond if you're thinking of exploring Geology.  Learn more about the Geology Degree  Visit the Mt. SAC Counseling Department Visit the Mt. SAC Transfer Center Run Time: 34 min, 25 sec To find the full transcript for this episode, click HERE

501(c)3(b)(s): Deprogramming for Organizational Growth

We conclude our season with our TOP 5 all-time podcasts: This is a two-parter: There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitted. We work with Victoria Torres Director of Community Impact at the Samueli Foundation who has produced grants, reviewed grants, written grants, and taught grantwriting in her former role at OneOC and currently as a professor at Cal State Fullerton (she knows the issues from all sides); Kim Sanchez, a Grant Professional Certified (GPC) of LetsGetGrants.com and yours truly, Zoot Velasco, a former CFRE who has written millions in successful grants, served on 30 grant panels, produced grants, and teaches the art of grantwriting.

The BoisR'us
S4E3 Eric Zamora (TUSD HS Teacher, Yes He Taught Me English Senior Year, & 2020 TUSD Teacher of the Year)

The BoisR'us

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 25:38


The Bois R'Us https://linktr.ee/theboisrus Official Merch Shop at https://theboisrus.myspreadshop.com/ On today's episode, we are joined by Ian's former senior year high school English teacher, Eric Zamora. He has been an instructor for Tustin Unified School District and he is here to share some insight into his career. He attended Fullerton College and after taking some time to pursue artistic endeavors he returned back Cal State Fullerton and earned his teaching credentials. He devoted his time teaching English at Tustin High School, and directing the year book as well as the video production classes. He has not stepped away as a teacher and is pursuing a traveling vlog Must Love Cilantro alongside his family! Tune in for an incredible episode and follow along his journey! Our merch is officially here at Spreadshop! Show your support for our show on Patreon! Get exclusive accesses to full episodes and extended content, all available only on Patreon. Included you get to hear the one word that our guests would describe themselves, and how social media has changed the landscape of their career, and to include the bit of advice they will leave our listeners like you. Don't miss out and join The Bois R'Us crew on Patreon! Guest: Eric Zamora @ezinthepnw follow his vlog at Must Love Cilantro on YouTube. IG: @theboisrus Host: Ian Tesdall @iantesdall

Lead with Heart
E2: Social Impact, Fundraising, And Strategic Partnerships with Zoot Velasco

Lead with Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 32:49


As a certified fundraising executive, I'm very excited to bring Zoot Velasco to the Lead with Heart Podcast today to talk more about his strategy when it comes to social impact organizations, fundraising, resource gathering, and strategic partnerships.Zoot is the executive director of the Friends of Fullerton College Foundation, and director of the Gianneschi  Center for Nonprofit Research at California State University Fullerton's College of Business & Economics. He's also a professor of Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Cal State Fullerton at California Polytechnic University Institute Pomona, and the host of the nationally-ranked 501(C)(3)(B)(S) Podcast. In this episode, you'll learn:[02:20] Zoot's career path and how he got to where he is today[04:04] Zoot's approach to fundraising and resource gathering[14:00]  How can non-profits collaborate and work together[18:46] How non-profits can access resources to power their mission[22:33] Moving from non-profit to social impact model[25:10] The most effective way to tell the stories so more opportunities come[28:55] Why social impact is important right nowRESOURCESGet Zoot's newest book – small to LARGE: Growing Social Impact Organizations Against All Odds — at Kendall HuntNOTEWORTHY QUOTES“Social enterprise is basically taking a business standpoint in how you run your organization – with the bottom line being not necessarily profit, but the bottom line being purpose and your mission, and doing it in a sustainable way.”“When I did the research for the research project that ended up becoming the book, I asked people what it was that helped them grow. And the first thing everyone said was strategic partnerships.”“If you're a social enterprise organization or a social impact organization, your mission is to do something that nobody else is doing, or there's no reason for you to exist. So if you're not partnering with everybody else who can help you, then you're really not doing your job.”“Everything is about mindset.”“It's not about looking down on people, ‘these poor people.' It's about, how can I serve this community with this mission? And who do I need to partner with to make that happen?'”“It's all about opportunity and not scarcity.”CONNECT WITH ZOOT VELASCOLinkedin: Zoot VelascoWebsite: zootvelasco.comPodcast: 501(C)(3)(B)(S)CONNECT WITH HALEYHaley is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), Certified Stress Management Coach, and Certified EmC train the trainer. She is the Founder of The Savvy Fundraiser, a nonprofit consulting and coaching business. She has worked in both small and large nonprofit teams in the human services, homelessness, and youth sectors; and she specializes in the EmC process, nonprofit leadership, board development, and fundraising. Haley is a passionate, impact-driven, experienced nonprofit professional whose mission is to empower, elevate and engage nonprofit leaders to build healthy, thriving organizations.LinkedIn: Haley Cooper, CFREInstagram: @thesavvyfundraiser Website:

ACNL in Action
Barriers to Healthcare for LGBTQ Populations w/Austin Nation

ACNL in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 42:44


Elyse talks with Dr. Austin Nation, professor at Cal State Fullerton and Clinical Administrative Supervisor at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. Austin presented a study at ACNL's recent annual program in February exploring healthcare access and experiences for LGBTQ individuals living in Orange County. Elyse and Austin talk about barriers LGBTQ+ individuals face when it comes to receiving healthcare and mental health services, what kinds of competencies healthcare providers need when assisting LGBTQ+ patients versus heterosexual or cisgender patients, and how Nurse Leaders can learn more about these populations and improve the level of care they receive. Host: Elyse Shelger, MSN, RN, PHN, CCRN, NE-BC (https://www.linkedin.com/in/elyse-shelger-msn-rn-phn-ccrn-ne-bc-004b234b/) Guests: Austin Nation, PhD, RN, PHN (https://www.linkedin.com/in/austin-nation-phd-rn-phn-bb305a19/) Organizations mentioned in the episode: Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Human Rights Campaign Becoming Austin Nation About the show: ACNL in Action is a production of the Association of California Nurse Leaders, the professional organization for nurse leaders. New episodes come out on the first Friday of every month. Want to support ACNL? Consider making a donation: http://bit.ly/cog-podcast . Learn more about ACNL, including how to become a member, at acnl.org.  Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn at @acnlnurse.

Oakland A's Podcast
A's Cast - The Mark Kotsay Show - Ep. 11

Oakland A's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 17:44


Hosted by Chris Townsend, Towny and A's Manager Mark Kotsay discuss Ramon Laureano's hitting streak, Christian Bethancourt's turnaround, Jared Koenig's MLB debut, managing the bullpen and Cal State Fullerton's players turned managers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Men's Health Unscripted
Episode 50- LuvBites.co Founder Dr. Tara is Back for a Check-Up

Men's Health Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 51:42


Pat and Cam celebrate EPISODE 50 by bringing on one of our favorite guests Dr. Tara PhD. Dr. Tara is a researched based sex and relationship coach and tenured professor at Cal State Fullerton. Dr. Tara impressively crosses science with sex in order to help her clients maximize their experiences with their partners. Dr. Tara has been published in Cosmopolitan and Women's Health Magazine in addition to many other publications. Dr. Tara is truly passionate about improving intimacy, intensity of relationships and maximizing pleasure between partners. We are intrigued to discuss sexual anxiety on this episode, last time Dr. Tara joined the show we skimmed the surface of this topic and knew there was so much more to bring to light. Topics discussed on this episode include: Potential causes and contributing factors to sexual anxiety How watching porn can impact your sex life Does size matter? Comparison is the death of joy How to reduce or eliminate sexual anxiety Sexual Meditation Link to Dr. Tara's guided sexual meditation: ( https://youtu.be/nek1luHl5d4 ) Mindset around using toys in the bedroom Becoming in tune with your partner's needs Thank you Dr. Tara for joining us again you are always welcome on the show. Manscaped.com Father's Day Promo code: MENSH20 www.menshealthunscripted.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/menshealthunscripted/support

SAX IN THE MORNING
6-7-22: Kelsie Whitmore, first woman in the Atlantic League

SAX IN THE MORNING

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 4:03


If you haven't heard of Kelsie Whitmore you might be hearing a lot about her soon. Earlier in May, she made history by becoming the first woman to start for a team in the Atlantic League, a Major League Baseball affiliated league. Kelsie pitches and plays left field and she has her sights set on making it into a Major League organization. She played baseball her whole life and only played softball in college so she could get a scholarship. All she did there was have one of the best seasons ever at Cal State Fullerton. Kelsie knows how important she is to young women everywhere and doesn't shy away from that fact, but she is also very clear that she is playing because she loves the game and she plans to be in a Major League organization. Source: https://www.mlb.com/news/kelsie-whitmore-making-history-in-atlantic-leagueVisit my website: saxinthemorning.com for merchandise and other links. Follow us on social media: Instagram: @saxinthemorning_podcastYouTube: subscribe and watch shorts here   

The Real Estate JAM
Episode 108: People First Investing w/ Lauren Hardy

The Real Estate JAM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 32:21


The concept of valuing assets in the digital world is still pretty new. You might be wondering, what use could you possibly have for non-tangible real estate? Join JD and Melissa as they speak with Lauren Hardy on how to start virtual real estate investing. Lauren will share where to get the most out of this exciting trend! Stay tuned!   Here's what to expect on the podcast: How can you start virtual real estate investing? What are the factors to consider when entering a virtual market? Why should you find a joint venture partner? How can you find property deals virtually? And much more!   About Lauren: Lauren Hardy is a real estate investor with a “People First” approach to business. Investing in hundreds of properties in her career, Lauren has the unique reputation of being a successful “virtual investor” having not lived in many of the states she's invested in. Lauren is a graduate of Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Finance with over 10 years of experience in Real Estate. She began her real estate career in 2007, working in the corporate sector for companies such as Sperry Van Ness, Subway Restaurants, and The Irvine Company.  She's wholesaled, flipped, and developed hundreds of houses in 4 states. She currently runs a successful investment company and has a coaching program that teaches others how to do the same. Lauren co-hosts the #1 wholesaling podcast “Wholesaling Inc” and has had over 350 students go through her coaching program “Virtual Investing Mastery.” Her student's achievements and growth is what keeps her inspired and motivated every day.  She spends most of her time creating content that will help others in the early stages of their entrepreneurial journey.  Lauren currently lives with her two daughters in Southern California and spends most of her free time outside on the beach.    Connect with Lauren Hardy! Website: https://www.laurenhardyco.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisMomFlips Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thismomflips/?hl=en   Connect with JD and Melissa! Website: https://therealestatejam.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealestatejam/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealestatejam/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_CWAV1OvH81yp6fITB4lg Shorefront Investments: https://shorefront-investments.com/  Email: therealestatejam@gmail.com  

Voices Of Courage
VOC 216 - The Courage to Save Yellowstone

Voices Of Courage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 59:26


Show Opener:Is Yellowstone National Park going to Erupt? Will it continue to be a National Park? Well most likely the greatest threats will be coming from from climate change, invasive species, mining outside the park, barriers to connectivity for bison and grizzly bears, and park finance. But there is more to learn about Yellowstone than the current issues and it starts with the history of the park… Show Summary What is happening in Yellowstone National Park? Find out as Ken D Foster interviews famed historian Megan Kate Nelson. Show Benefits: Find Out What is Happening to Yellowstone Park Who is Behind the Founding of Yellowstone Why the Federal Government was Invested in Mapping Yellowstone Broadcast Bio:                                                                                                  Megan Kate Nelson is a writer and historian living in Lincoln, Massachusetts. She has written about the Civil War, US western history, and American culture for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Smithsonian Magazine, Preservation Magazine, and Civil War Monitor. Nelson earned her BA in history and literature from Harvard University and her PhD in American studies from the University of Iowa, and she has taught at Texas Tech University, Cal State Fullerton, Harvard, and Brown. Nelson is the author of Saving Yellowstone, The Three-Cornered War, Ruin Nation, and Trembling Earth.   Link: https://lnkd.in/gXQfR-a9 Visit our website: voicesofcourage.us Or Subscribe to our youtube channel: http://tiny.cc/vocyoutube #VOC #voicesofcourage #KenDFoster #MeganKateNelson #DaveCooper #podcast

Higher Ed ReWired
This Virtual Life: How the Pandemic is Reshaping the Higher Ed Experience

Higher Ed ReWired

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 22:35


About This Episode:Higher education is beginning to reassess the college experience in response to the pandemic. Universities are updating curricula to offer larger or more robust professional programs, expanding remote options to ensure students with disabilities and other needs have equal access, and adopting innovative pedagogical methods to effectively teach students from all backgrounds in a variety of modalities. In this episode, we speak with the president of Ohio University about how recent enrollment shifts may affect which programs universities choose to expand; two students with differing views on the future of remote courses; and a geology professor at Coastline College about the benefits and challenges of remote instruction and what college will look like moving forward. Featured on This Episode:President Hugh Sherman is the 22nd President of Ohio University. He earned a B.A. in economics from Guelph University (Canada), an MBA from Northeastern University, and a Ph.D. in strategic management and international business from Temple University. His research interests include corporate governance, international business, entrepreneurship, and economic development.Mayor Steve Patterson is serving as the mayor of the City of Athens, Ohio. Mayor Patterson earned his BS in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of North Dakota. He earned his Ph. D in Health Psychology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. He served in the United States Air Force for 23 years in both the Enlisted and Commissioned ranks and retired in 2003 as a Major with the District of Columbia Air Nation Guard 113th Fighter Wing. Mayor Patterson lives in Athens, Ohio where he was an Associate Professor of Health Psychology at Ohio University for 18 years until he began his term first term as Mayor in January 2016. Kelly Rupert is a part-time lecturer at Cal State Fullerton and a full-time geology professor at Coastline College. She earned her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of California, Riverside.Resources for This Episode:City of Athens, OhioOhio UniversityEducation Data InitiativeCoastline CollegeCalifornia State University, Fullerton 

Mad Props with Chris Schnabel
39 - Julius Thomas III

Mad Props with Chris Schnabel

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 44:28


Welcome back to Mad Props! We are joined this episode by Alexander Hamilton himself Julius Thomas III. In the episode, we talk about starring in Hamilton, the life of a touring artist, what he likes to do outside of shows, and more! You can catch Hamilton in some of their upcoming shows: Vancouver, Canada through June 19th Edmonton, Canada starting June 21st Calgary, Canada Starting July 12th Seattle, WA Starting August 2nd Get tickets here: https://hamiltonmusical.com/us-tour/tickets/ About Julius Thomas III - Julius Thomas III is an NAACP Theatre award Nominated actor from Gary, In. He stars as Alexander Hamilton in the smash-hit musical, Hamilton. He is one half of the critically acclaimed entertainment team, The Kings of Soul & Swing. Recently Julius has appeared as the lead of the mega box office hit, Motown: The Musical, as Berry Gordy. TV appearances include Modern Family, Sesame Street, Odd Mom Out, The Capitol Fourth Celebration, and more. His resume boasts 4 Broadway Show, 6 Broadway National Tours, and a host of Regional Theatre appearances. As a teaching artist, Julius has given lectures, master classes, and private lessons to students of Wichita State University, Indiana University, Cal State Fullerton, Southern Methodist University, and more. A passionate fan of the arts, Julius prides himself on passing on what he's learned to the performers of today, and tomorrow. You can find Julius at: https://www.juliusthomas3.com/ Instagram- @juliusthomas3 Twitter- @JuliusThomasIII You can find us on Instagram - @schnabel.studios and Twitter @schnabelstudios Music Ska - Right Beat Radio - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-Hgq... Video edited by Chris Schnabel Episode Produced by RaeAnn Allen and Chris Schnabel Mad Props is a Schnabel Studios Production. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madprops/support

The Bottomless Truth with CD and Juice
EP #96: "NBA PLAYOFFS CON. FINALS" ft. J. Brooks - DRAFT TIME, L.A., COLLEGE VISITS

The Bottomless Truth with CD and Juice

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 115:34


We are #BottomlessTruth with CD and Juice...The funniest podcast you've never heard of!! It's a classic CD and Juice episode. This week, we discuss the NBA Conference Finals w/ J. Brooks, Assistant Basketball Coach for Cal State Fullerton. We also discuss differences from living in the south vs the west coast. Hit us up and the comments and let us know how you feel about this weeks episode. Plenty of laughs on this one. PLENTY!!! HIT THAT HEART AND LEAVE 5 STARS!! TELL A FRIEND!! audibletrial.com/bottomlesstruth Where to Listen: thebottomlesstruth.com iTunes - goo.gl/HWZuoO Google Play - goo.gl/sSBUbb Sound Cloud - goo.gl/HQT3nf Stitcher - goo.gl/MvdMxJ Contact Us: Email - thebottomlesstruth@gmail.com @BottomlessTruth - goo.gl/d2EXJ0 @TheTruthByCD - goo.gl/Gw8FU6 @JuiceWitDaTruth - goo.gl/HHCA0x #love #life #podin #motivate #happiness #happy #podcast #inspire #trust #motivation #inspiration #quotes #quote #thoughtoftheday #tbt #relationship #lifestyle #lifehacks #fitfam #youtube #comedy #funnyordie #funny #loyalty #entrepreneurship #entrepreneurs #business #podcastsincolor #mcm #PUSHLifeDaily

1544 Miles to Omaha
Episode 61: Dave Weatherman - Part 3

1544 Miles to Omaha

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 51:01


Dave Weatherman is considered the ultimate workhors pitcher in Titan Baseball program history. We had the pleasure and honor to get him on the phone to discuss his time as a Titan and the incredible run of the 1979 National Championship team.This is Part 3 of our conversation. We encourage you to listen to Parts 1 & 2 to gain context on the topics he previously discussed. Those include:Growing up in Southern California, getting recruited in the late 1970's, choosing CSUF over all others, freshman year at Cal State Fullerton, playing in a regional in Freshman year, geting ranked No. 1 in 1979, Fresno State regional, Getting to play in Rosenblatt, getting the ball in the championship game and returning home a champion.

PHNX Sun Devils Podcast
Meet Us On Mill: Grand Ole Time

PHNX Sun Devils Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 37:38


Kristiana Watson hit a grand slam to lift Arizona State Softball past Cal State Fullerton in thrilling 5-2 victory on night one of the Tempe Regional. Meet Anthony, Shane and Shawn on Mill for postgame reactions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1544 Miles to Omaha
Episode 60: Dave Weatherman - Part 2

1544 Miles to Omaha

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:57


Dave Weatherman is considered the ultimate workhorse pitcher in Titan Baseball program history. We had the pleasure and honor to get him on the phone to discuss his time as a Titan and the incredible run of the 1979 National Championship team.This is Part 2 of our conversation. We encourage you to listen to Part 1 to gain context on the topics he previously discussed. Those include:Growing up in Southern California, getting recruited in the late 1970's, choosing CSUF over all others, freshman year at Cal State Fullerton and playing in a regional in Freshman year.Part 2 Highlights include:

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams
What Are Life Settlements And Are They Right For You? With Kevin Nichols

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:02


In this episode I sit down with Kevin Nichols to discuss life settlements 101. What are life settlements? Where did they come from? And is it right for you? Guest Bio Kevin Nichols is the Managing Partner at Penumbra Capital Management and has been working for over 13 years in the life settlement industry. Kevin is a graduate of Cal State Fullerton, College of Business and Economics. Guest Link Website and Contact Info - https://thepenumbraplan.com/  #BetterWealth  Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity)  The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book)  BetterWealth Quiz:  https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz)  AndAsset.com:  https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset)  BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube)  Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)

The Charlie Kirk Show
Fighting the “Elites” for America's Future—LIVE from Cal State Fullerton

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 82:47 Very Popular


With Charlie still continuing his much-deserved time away from the madness of Joe Biden's America, we're bringing you  a brand-new-to-podcast speech from the Host of The Charlie Kirk Show himself. Delivered live in front of a packed house on campus in Fullerton, California, Charlie delivers a scathing rebuke of our nation's ruling class and how their actions and, most consequentially, their accumulation of wealth, property, and power, has left younger generations feeling hopeless and ultimately with a bitter taste in their mouth for America. He offers a prescriptive path forward before taking questions from the audience toward the end of this absolute barn-burner of an episode.   Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Just a Good Conversation
Just a Good Conversation: Lynn Rogers

Just a Good Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 86:20


Lynn Rogers came to Cal State Fullerton as a student with aspirations of playing baseball. He picked up gymnastics in a classroom and the rest is history. The 1972 CSF graduate began coaching gymnastics at the Anaheim YMCA and with the Long Beach KIPS Club. Soon he launched the Titans' program and ran it with his heart and soul for its first 24 years (1976 thru 1999), compiling an overall record of 246-115 (.681). He won the 1979 national championship (AIAW) and had three second-place (2 AIAW, 1 NCAA) and five third-place (3 AIAW, 2 NCAA) finishes. His Titans won 10 conference championships and nine regional championships and were regional runnersup four times. He was the national coach of the year in 1979 and a three-time Big West Conference coach of the year. As co-coach for the inaugural 1976 season with Charlotte Wolfe, he earned a salary of $500 with a budget of $500 more. He proceeded to win his first 71 matches spanning from 1976 to 1980 and he didn't lose a home meet until the 1983 season. Lynn and Bonnie Rogers invented Coach's Oats in their home kitchen in 1992. That winter, they decided to make a special holiday breakfast for their friends. Coach and Bonnie loved steel cut oatmeal, but it took too long to cook, and rolled oats turned mushy and pasty. So they did what Coach always taught his athletes to do: They went back to basics. Coach and Bonnie experimented by grinding, sifting and cooking whole oats called groats. After a lot of hard work, they tried something new. They put the oats into the oven before grinding them and … magic! The oatmeal was textured, nutty and flavorful. It didn't become soggy or pasty, and it took only a few minutes to cook. The Rogers' family and friends loved the oatmeal, which quickly earned the nickname Coach's Oats, and before long, Coach and Bonnie were grinding oats all weekend just to fill their friends' orders. One admiring friend introduced the oats to a representative from Roman Meal Milling Company, and in 1996 Coach patented their oatmeal and Roman Meal began milling Coach's Oats. Since those unassuming beginnings, Coach's Oats has gained many fans throughout the United States and select international locations. Thanks to those fans, what started in the kitchen is now a healthy family owned business dedicated to making the best oatmeal ever. In other words, the story of Coach's Oats is simple: Oatmeal has been reinvented. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matt-brown57/support

What's Your Why?
Megan Kate Nelson: Writing The West

What's Your Why?

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 35:57


Megan Kate Nelson is a historian and writer, with a BA from Harvard and a PhD in American Studies from the University of Iowa. She is the author of Saving Yellowstone: Exploration and Preservation in Reconstruction America(Scribner 2022) and her previous book, The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West(Scribner 2020) was a finalist for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in History. She writes about the Civil War, the U.S. West, and American culture for The New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic, Smithsonian Magazine, and TIME. Before leaving academia to write full-time in 2014, she taught U.S. history and American Studies at Texas Tech University, Cal State Fullerton, Harvard, and Brown. Thank you so much, Megan!!! Check out her social media and website below :) Personal Website Publisher Website Twitter Instagram

1544 Miles to Omaha
Episode 59: Dave Weatherman - Part 1

1544 Miles to Omaha

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 40:10


Cal State Fullerton's Titan Baseball program would be just another small school mired in obscurity without pitching and defense to carry the water in the program's initial years after breaking into the Division One ranks. Right Handed Pitcher Dave Weatherman was one of the biggest reasons the Titans made their mark so quickly at the highest levels of College Baseball from 1978 to 1981. Weatherman's name is littered throughout the Titan Baseball Record book for both career and single-season pitching records. Weatherman is tied for second for wins in a single season with 15 wins in 1979, the year the Titans would win their first National Championship. In 1981, Weatherman tossed eight complete games en route to getting drafted in the 13th round by Oakland that same year. The ultimate workhorse pitcher for the Titans, Weatherman ranks No. 1 in numerous pitching categories including innings pitched (453.1), wins (42) and complete games (25) from 1978 to 1981. Weatherman and Mark Beck hold the Freshman record for complete games, going the distance five times as a freshman. In three out of his four years as a Titan, Weatherman led the team in wins with 9 in 1978, 15 in 1979 and 10 in 1981. This is Part one of a three part series with Dave WeathemanPart 1 highlights include:

Just a Good Conversation
Just a Good Conversation Christina Burkenroad

Just a Good Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 135:28


Christina Burkenroad is an American soccer player who plays as a forward for Liga MX Femenil club CF Monterrey. Born in San Diego, CA, she was only four years old when her mother past away. Her father suffered from depression and she became homeless for a time as well as a self described junkie. Christina hired a scholarship to Cal State Fullerton and played under Demian Brown. She signed with the Orlando Pride out of college, later finding here way to Norway to play for IK Grand Bodø. In July of 2020 Christina signed with Liga MX Femeni in Mexico. She has written a book about soccer and her journey. We talk about that and more on the podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matt-brown57/support

The Takeaway
What Queer Ecology Can Teach Us About Environmentalism

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 13:14


Queer Ecology looks at the biases and limitations that exist in environmental studies. To learn more, we spoke with Nicole Seymour, an associate professor of English and Graduate Advisor of Environmental Studies at Cal State Fullerton. She is author of several books including: "Strange Natures: Futurity, Empathy, and the Queer Ecological Imagination."

House of Carbs
NCAA Munch Madness: Cal State Fullerton vs. Richmond

House of Carbs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 66:38


There's only one spot left in the Final Fork and two great food cities are squaring off to claim it. First, House and Craig welcome in writer, stomach sherpa and Cal State Fullerton alum Danny Chau to describe all the amazing restaurants in and around the Fullerton area. Then, Richmond alum and Ringer co-host Danny Heifetz takes us on a tasty tour of the Richmond food scene and makes his case for his alma mater. It's the closest matchup yet, but only one succulent city can advance! We want to hear from you! Find us on Twitter @HouseOfCarbs and on Instagram @TheHouseOfCarbs Hosts: Joe House and Craig Horlbeck Guests: Danny Chau and Danny Heifetz Producers: Craig Horlbeck and Mike Wargon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast
March Madness Picks Part 2 + Jay Bilas (Ep. 1229)

Sports Gambling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 92:06


The guys (@GamblingPodcast) are LIVE from the BlueWire studio at the beautiful Wynn Las Vegas to give out all their March Madness predictions. The guys break down all the college basketball predictions 3/18/22 as part of their podcast. Plus they're joined by ESPN College Basketball Analyst Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) to talk all things March Madness and Coach K's love of gardening. Then the crew is joined by Senior WynnBET trader Matt Lindeman (@Lindetrain) to break down March Madness from behind the counter. They close things out with their March Madness 2022 bracket predictions picking the Final Four, Sweet Sixteen and National Championship. Subscribe to The College Basketball Experience - https://sg.pn/tcbe Podcast Timecodes 00:00 - Prerolls 1:38 - Intro/Welcome 2:00 - SGP Contributor Colby Dant 2:12 - ESPN College Basketball Analyst Jay Bilas 18:35 - Senior Lead Trader of WynnBet Matt Lindeman 32:41 - Loyola Chicago v. Ohio State Preview 34:55 - Jacksonville State v. Auburn Preview 37:18 - Montana State v. Texas Tech Preview 39:30 - Purdue v. Yale Preview 41:29 - Delaware v. Villanova Preview 43:56 - Miami Florida v. USC Preview 47:06 - Virginia Tech v. Texas Preview 52:09 - Chattanooga v. Illinois Preview 54:54 - Cal State Fullerton v. Duke Preview 57:22 - Iowa State v. LSU Preview 1:00:18 - Houston v. UAB Preview 1:02:37 - Davidson v. Michigan State Preview 1:05:13 - Colgate v. Wisconsin Preview 1:07:28 - TCU v. Seton Hall Preview 1:10:36 - West Region Predictions 1:13:33 - East Region Predictions 1:15:45 - South Region Predictions 1:18:23 - Midwest Region Predictions 1:21:31 - Final Four and Champion Predictions 1:22:45 - Lock, Dog, and Bonus Locks $3000 Degen Dance SGPN is giving away $3000 in the ultimate March Madness handicapping contest THE DEGEN DANCE! Start March Madness with 10,000 credits using them to bet on your favorite March Madness bets and whoever has the most credits when March Madness ends wins! $2500 for first $500 for second. Exclusively in the SGPN APP! Get all of our College Basketball Picks in the SGPN APP today https://sgpn.app Hosts - Sean Green | Ryan Kramer Guest - Colby Dant Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Listen - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - WynnBet | Manscaped.com code “SGP” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | StableDuel.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices