When you discuss top engineering universities in the United States, Carnegie Mellon University will almost certainly come up regardless of the engineering (or computer science) discipline. If you are thinking about getting a degree in engineering, want to relive your glory days from college, or maybe you're just curious about what sets one university apart from another, this episode and series are for you! Learn how Carnegie Mellon University ranks across the various engineering disciplines, just how smart you have to be to get in, some tips to stand out amongst the crowds, how much it costs to get your degree, and the top reasons to go to CMU!
This week's installment is all about hoops and pigskin. Ashley talks about men's hoops buzzer-beating win over Eastern Illinois, Sean discusses women's hoops clash with Michigan and Christian talks about CMU's 37-17 win over Ball State. The trio also talks about what they're thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Universal's lawsuit against investment platform Republic over its move into music (there already being music company called Republic, which Universal has owned for more than 20 years), and Tidal's big shift to user-centric royalties. SECTION TIMES 01: Republic (00:06:51) 02: Tidal (00:20:38) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Universal Music goes legal over investment platform Republic moving into music • Tidal adds free tier – and announces artist bonuses and user-centric plans ALSO MENTIONED • Conference themes and lead country partner announced for Great Escape 2022 • Submit conference speakers for The Great Escape 2022 MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
The CM Life sports crew is back for another installment of Maroon & Bold. Noah and Ashley break down the opening week for both men's and women's college hoops for the Chippewas. Mitch and Christian analyze CMU's thumping of Kent State and predict this weeks MACtion results.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke discuss the tragedy that occurred at Travis Scott's Astroworld festival in Houston Texas on Friday 5 Nov. Ten* people were killed and hundreds more injured after a dangerous crowd-surge occurred during Scott's headline set at the festival. A criminal investigation is now underway to ascertain the sequence of events that led to the injuries and deaths, and to what extent poor planning or bad decision making on the ground contributed to the tragedy. Meanwhile, over 100 lawsuits have been filed by victims of the event, with many more expected. *This episode was recorded before the death of nine year old Ezra Blount. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Travis Scott's Astroworld festival subject to criminal investigation and civil action, after eight people killed during crowd surge • Astroworld lawsuits mount up, as further statements are issued over festival tragedy • Lawyers for Astroworld victims get access to the festival's site, as calls for independent investigation increase • Travis Scott's attorney criticises Houston officials for inconsistent statements and "finger-pointing" in wake of the Astroworld tragedy • Travis Scott urges Astroworld victims to get in touch as another festival-goer dies from her injuries ALSO MENTIONED • Astroworld promo video (Instagram) • Travis Scott sued over balcony fall at New York gig • Travis Scott's attorney says rapper didn't know about deadly crowd chaos (Good Morning America/YouTube) • Rapper's rowdy past raises red flags in Astroworld lawsuits (Associated Press) • Gwen Stefani sued for encouraging fans to rush forward at gig • Gwen Stefani still faces injured fan lawsuit, but Live Nation is off the hook MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
In this episode, CSB Director CB Bhattacharya is joined from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Anna J Siefken, the Executive Director of The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University. In 2020, Siefken was appointed by the U.S. Department of Energy as a U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment Initiative Ambassador. Prior to joining CMU in 2016, Siefken, a LEED AP, was the Pittsburgh 2030 District Director and VP of Strategic Engagement for the Green Building Alliance, one of the largest regional chapters of the U.S. Green Building Council. In this episode, Anna Siefken and Professor Bhattacharya discuss: • Anna's observations and key themes from COP26 • The announcement for the Pittsburgh region that the international Clean Energy Ministerial will be held in Pittsburgh in September 2022 • Anna's role as a U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) Ambassador Sign up to receive weekly episodes right to your inbox: bit.ly/csbpodcastemail Submit your "Sustaining Sustainability" feedback and/or questions: bit.ly/csbpodcastfeedback This episode was researched, recorded, edited, and produced by Prof. CB Bhattacharya and CSB Team of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business: www.sustainablebusiness.pitt.edu Music: "Lively" by Dee Yan-Key From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC SA
INTERVIEW: John Kiriakou, CIA whistleblower, declassified information about torture, dark sites, Jan6 prisoners, CMU dissidents — and Guiliani “pardons” Over 2 MILLION covid tests (from just a single maker) RECALLED — ALL FALSE POSITIVES Florida considers getting rid of federal OHSA because of abuse of power and doing it constitutionally instead at the state What is going on with the highly secretive, clandestine flights of illegal aliens being conducted by Biden administration? According to “official” tallies, the number of illegal aliens Biden will bring in this year is more than TWICE the population of his home state of Delaware New film about 9/11 from Architects & Engineers for 9/11 truth. William Hurt narrates and talks about his finally facing the truth Trump & Romney's niece push Republican “Pride Coalition” for LGBT. Is the tent big enough for people like Jeffrey Epstein, “attracted to minors”? Update from Lithuania on what the 2030 prison society will look like everywhere for the unvaxed if we don't stop it. Resistance is building even in Australia
* INTERVIEW: John Kiriakou, CIA whistleblower, declassified information about torture, dark sites, Jan6 prisoners, CMU dissidents — and Guiliani “pardons”* Florida considers getting rid of federal OHSA because of abuse of power and doing it constitutionally instead at the state* Over 2 MILLION covid tests (from just a single maker) RECALLED — ALL FALSE POSITIVES* What is going on with the highly secretive, clandestine flights of illegal aliens being conducted by Biden administration? According to “official” tallies, the number of illegal aliens Biden will bring in this year is more than TWICE the population of his home state of Delaware* New film about 9/11 from Architects & Engineers for 9/11 truth. William Hurt narrates and talks about his finally facing the truth* Trump & Romney's niece push Republican “Pride Coalition” for LGBT. Is the tent big enough for people like Jeffrey Epstein, “attracted to minors”?* Update from Lithuania on what the 2030 prison society will look like everywhere for the unvaxed if we don't stop it. Resistance is building even in AustraliaFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at: $davidknightshowBTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
This week, Mitch is making another substitution for Megan, so Mitch is back with more energy than the week before! Aron Sean and Mitch discuss the race to the B1G Ten conference championship along with the NFL, CMU football and basketball, Seans Swishing Takes, Mitch's Buy or Sell and the Question of the Week!
FINALLY... The Victory Cannon has come back to Mount Pleasant! Mitch and Christian discuss CMU's 42-30 win over arch-rival Western Michigan and the rest of the Mid-American Conference. Staff reporters Ashley Birkeness and Noah Wulbrecht break down what they saw in both basketball exhibition games last week, and Sean Chase talks about volleyball's losses to Ball State.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Jay-Z claim in court that his fragrance launched in 2013 failed not because he didn't live up to his agreement regarding promoting it but because of perfume company Parlux's "crappy, lazy work", plus the All Party Parliamentary Group On Music's demand for "urgent action" from the UK government to tackle the crisis facing British musicians and crew planning to tour Europe as a result of the Brexit shambles. SECTION TIMES 01: Jay-Z (00:04:31) 02: Brexit (00:18:16) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Jay-Z takes to the witness stand in ongoing perfume promo dispute • Jay-Z lays into perfume company's “crappy, lazy work” in ongoing legal battle • Cross-party group of MPs calls for urgent action on post-Brexit touring bureaucracy ALSO MENTIONED • Big Sean leaves GOOD Music “to start getting a bigger cut” • Kanye West says signing Big Sean to GOOD Music was “the worst thing I've ever done” • Submit to APPG On Music's inquiry into EU touring MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
It's that time of the year. Central Michigan football travels to Kalamazoo to face arch-rival Western Michigan. Mitch and Christian preview the big game and give their predictions. Noah discusses CMU soccer's gut-wrenching double-overtime loss to Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ashley talks field hockey's final two games and Sean talks volleyball's home wins over Akron and Buffalo and the milestones reached by Savannah Thompson and Grace Butler.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the 10.7% (or 775 million euros) drop in royalties collected by the song right collecting societies across the world as a result of COVID-19 in 2020, and the leaked UK government report that suggests that COVID passports might be counterproductive. SECTION TIMES 01: CISAC stats (00:03:39) 02: COVID Passports (00:20:50) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • COVID caused 775 million euro drop in song royalty collections in 2020, CISAC confirms • Leaked government report warns that COVID passports could drive up infections ALSO MENTIONED • Dave Grohl comments on Nirvana baby lawsuit: “He's got a Nevermind tattoo. I don't” MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
Cooper is on the younger side of the MBA applicant pool and applied to a handful of programs in Round 2 of the 2020-21 application season. He knew going into the process that in addition to his age, he'd after to overcome his GPA, GMAT score, non-feeder college program status and being in an overrepresented demographic bucket. In this interview, he shares his application experience and what he thinks helped him ultimately gain admission to Tepper. He also shares his experience at Tepper so far.
On this weeks episode of Maroon and Bold, the sports desk discusses CMU sports' wild weekend. Soccer claims a double OT win on senior day, volleyball sputter against Miami (Ohio), field hockey drops a pair of road games and football drops a heartbreaker to NIU.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including UK Music stats revealing that the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out 69,000 music industry jobs in the UK and caused the economic contribution made by the music industry to slump by 46%, plus IFPI music stats showing that free services dominate how people consume music around the world. SECTION TIMES 01: UK Music stats (00:06:37) 02: IFPI stats (00:19:44) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • COVID-19 cost the UK music industry 69,000 jobs and caused a 46% slump in economic impact • Free, social and video platforms online account for 45% of music consumption, according to IFPI ALSO MENTIONED • UK competition regulator announces market study into music streaming • Artists and songwriter groups welcome Competition & Market Authority's streaming market study • Streaming services push for pre-2018 song royalty rate in US Copyright Royalty Board proceedings MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
CM Life Sports is back for another episode of Maroon and Bold! On this weeks episode, Noah breaks down Soccer's final stretch of the season, Sean discusses the struggles plaguing volleyball, Grace Butler debuts "Grace's Corner" where she talks with CMU starting pitcher Jordan Patty. Ashley discusses field hockey's recent three contests while Mitch and Christian discuss football's wins over Ohio and Toledo while previewing Saturday's game against NIU.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Coldplay's plans to employ various technological solutions to reduce the environmental impact of their world tour next year, plus the music publishers' plans to push for the mechanical royalty rate on streaming in the US to be increased again in 2023. SECTION TIMES 01: Coldplay (00:07:52) 02: Copyright Royalty Board (00:23:48) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Coldplay announce plans for environmentally friendly world tour • US music publishers to push for new streaming rate of 20% ALSO MENTIONED • That song that almost got to Christmas number number one MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Tina Turner's wide-ranging deal with BMG in which she has given up her recordings, songs and brand for a reported $50 million, plus Friendly Fires' anger after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson walked onto the stage at the Conservative Party's annual conference to the sound of their song, ‘Blue Cassette'. SECTION TIMES 01: Tina Turner (00:06:02) 02: Friendly Fires (00:22:34) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • BMG announces wide-ranging rights deal with Tina Turner • Friendly Fires hit out after their track is used at start of ‘Boris' Johnson speech ALSO MENTIONED • Kanye West accepting admissions for his new school MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
On this episode, Adam, Brock and Coach recap a tough loss at Miami(OH) to start conference play, and look ahead to this weekend's game at Ohio. Later, the offensive line takes center stage. The listeners are in for a treat as Brock interviews his former position coach from his playing days at CMU, offensive line coach Mike Cummings. Student-athletes Bernhard Raimann and Luke Goedeke join to cap off the show. Check back every Friday during the season for more new episodes of the Coach Mac Show.
Sports editor Mitch Vosburg is back for another episode. He sits down with Noah Wulbrecht to discuss CMU soccer's pair of wins over NIU and WMU, Sean Chase discusses what went wrong with CMU volleyball against WMU, Ashley Birkeness makes her Maroon and Bold debut to talk CMU field hockey and Christian Booher discusses CMU football's 28-17 loss to Miami (Ohio) and what needs to change going forward.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Donald Trump's failed attempt to have a copyright infringement case brought against him by Eddy Grant dismissed on the grounds of fair use, and the attempt by the man who (as a baby) appeared on the cover of Nirvana's 'Nevermind' album to have the artwork on the record's 30th anniversary reissue censored. SECTION TIMES 01: Electric Avenue (00:02:19) 02: Nevermind (00:18:13) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • New York judge declines to dismiss Eddy Grant's copyright case against Donald Trump • Nevermind baby demands that the album's artwork be edited on all future re-releases ALSO MENTIONED • R Kelly is guilty • Britney Spears' father removed from conservatorship role MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
Micah Howard teaches at Carnegie Mellon University, which is one of the nation's leading programs for double bass study. CMU has recently come on board as a podcast sponsor, and Micah chats about the benefits of the program and what it's like studying at CMU in this sponsored episode. Enjoy, and you can click here to visit Micah's website and sign up for a free online trial lesson. Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically! Check out our Online Sheet Music Store with 100+ wide-ranging titles for bassists. Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass. Thank you to our sponsors! Upton Bass String Instrument Company - Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players. Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio - CMU is dedicated to helping each student achieve their goals as a musician. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson. Ear Trumpet Labs - They make hand-built mics out of Portland, OR and they have an excellent mic for upright bass called Nadine. The Nadine is a condenser mic with a clear natural sound and incredible feedback rejection. This mic is a completely new design -- the head mounts in between the strings above the tailpiece with a rubber grommet, and the body securely straps to the tailpiece with velcro elastic. A 14-inch Mogami cable connects the two parts making it easy to place on any bass. It's durable and holds up to the demanding needs of the instrument while offering excellent sound quality. Ear Trumpet Labs is offering a free t-shirt just for Contrabass listeners with the purchase of a mic, just visit EarTrumpetLabs.com/contrabass to claim yours and check out the Nadine! Contrabass Conversations production team: Jason Heath, host Michael Cooper and Steve Hinchey, audio editing Mitch Moehring, audio engineer Trevor Jones, publication and promotion theme music by Eric Hochberg
ENG: To kick off season 2 of the Design in Transition podcast, we had a conversation with Terry Irwin and Gideon Kossoff, director and associate director, respectively, of the Transition Design Institute. Terry and Gideon along with Cameron Tonkinwise developed the building blocks of the initial Transition Design framework and integrated it into the CMU School of Design programs and curricula in 2014, including the Transition Design PhD program. This conversation was a round table with several of this podcast collaborators for this season: Silvana Juri, Marysol Ortega Pallanez, Erica Dorn, Sofía Bosch Gómez and Alex Polzin. In this round table we touched on topics such as how we conceive Transition Design today; in what ways it has evolved since its inception, including a look at the research, contexts and approaches of each of us as PhD researchers in the Transition Design program at Carnegie Mellon University. We also talked about those aspects that we see must be part of a transition designer. Finally, we asked Terry and Gideon what new ideas they are pursuing right now. PUBLICATIONS About Transition Design: https://transitiondesignseminarcmu.net/ Transition Design Institute at CMU: https://transitiondesigninstitute.net/ ESP: Para inaugurar nuestra segunda temporada del podcast Diseño en Transición, tuvimos una conversación con Terry Irwin y Gideon Kossoff, directora y director asociado, respectivamente, del Transition Design Institute. Terry y Gideon junto con Cameron Tonkinwise desarrollaron los componentes básicos de la estructura inicial del Diseño para las Transiciones y lo integraron en los programas y planes de estudio de la Escuela de Diseño de CMU en 2014, incluido el programa de doctorado en Diseño para las Transiciones. Esta conversación fue en estilo de mesa redonda junto con varios de lxs colaboradores de este podcast: Silvana Juri, Marysol Ortega Pallanez, Erica Dorn, Sofía Bosch Gómez y Alex Polzin. La conversación se llevó a cabo en inglés pero hemos incluído una traducción al español de la transcripción de la misma. Además hemos preparamos una sesión de mesa redonda paralela en español con la cual cerraremos el final de la temporada. En esta mesa redonda tocamos temas como el de cómo concebimos al Diseño para las Transiciones el día de hoy; en que formas esta evolucionando desde sus inicios, incluyendo un vistazo a las investigaciones, los contextos y los abordajes de cada uno de nosotrxs como doctorandxs del programa de Diseño para las Transiciones en Carnegie Mellon University. También hablamos de aquellos aspectos que vemos deben ser parte de una diseñadora para las transiciones. Finalmente le preguntamos a Terry y a Gideon qué nuevas ideas están impulsando en este momento. PUBLICACIONES EN INGLÉS: About Transition Design: https://transitiondesignseminarcmu.net/ Transition Design Institute at CMU: https://transitiondesigninstitute.net/
Sports Editor Mitch Vosburg hosts the season premiere of Maroon & Bold. Staff reporters Noah Wulbrecht, Sean Chase and Christian Booher join the show to talk CMU soccer's weekend games, volleyball's split with NIU and football's 21-point rally over Florida International University. Keep listening to CM Life podcasts: www.cm-life.com/multimedia/ Stay in touch with us: twitter.com/cmlife www.facebook.com/cmlife
On this episode of the Coach Mac Show, we look back at the Chippewas' trip down to LSU. It was a tough loss and a long day having to travel down the day of the game, but it was a learning experience for the team and coaching staff. Coach then gives the scouting report on FIU, the final non-conference opponent for CMU coming up at Kelly/Shorts on Saturday. Our guests this week are from the Tight End group. Tight Ends/Tackles coach Tavita Thompson joins first, and he is followed by student-athletes Joel Wilson and Keegan Cossou. Enjoy this episode and make sure to listen in from wherever you get your podcasts to catch up on any previous shows you may have missed.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week. This week we focus on just one story – because there's a lot to say about it – the British government's response to Parliament's big ‘Economics Of Music Streaming' report published by Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee in July. SECTION TIMES 01: Economics of streaming response (00:03:52) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Government responds to Parliament's economics of streaming report • Responses to the UK government's response to Parliament's Economics Of Streaming Report • Merck Mercuriadis responds to NMPA chief and UK government on impact of majors on song royalties • MU and #brokenrecord welcome government's economics of streaming response, but want more commitment on copyright reforms • Intellectual Property Office publishes report on music-makers' earnings ALSO MENTIONED • Music Copyright Explained (IPO & CMU Insights) • Dissecting The Digital Dollar (MMF & CMU Insights) • Good 4 Who? How Music Copyright Has Gone Too Far (The Verge's Decoder podcast) MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
Yonatan Bisk is an Assistant Professor at the Language Technologies Institute at CMU. Find out more about him at his homepage. Humans of AI: Stories, Not Stats is an interview series with AI researchers to get to know them better as people. We don't talk about AI or their work or the stats of their life like what college they went to. They share what they think about, what they are insecure about, what they get excited about. They share the stories of their day-to-day life. Videos of these interviews are available at humanstories.ai. The host of this episode is Dhruv Batra, an Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech and a Research Scientist at Facebook AI Research (FAIR). Find out more about him at his homepage or follow him on Twitter. This interview was recorded on 12th April 2021. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humanstoriesai/message
TK recaps win over CMU. Previews the SEC opener vs. Mississippi St. Key stats & numbers. Tramontes.com Tramonte's Meat and Seafood (225) 751-7665 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tommykrysan/support
I first met the Great Salt Lake in 1964 with two CMU college buddies on our way to Los Angeles. We heard you could float in its magical waters. Sure enough it worked and we bobbed in its gentle waves, oblivious to the many other virtues of this extraordinary water body.
On this edition of the Geaux247 podcast, Matthew Brune and Shea Dixon discuss the Tigers' impressive showing against CMU, naming their standouts, and looking at what the win means moving forward! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We heard from Ed Orgeron for one final time before LSU faces CMU. We also preview the game with Ryan Clark and offer our game predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As LSU prepares for CMU, we learned that two key starters will be out against the Chippewas. We also chat with John Emery's attorney Don Jackson about the effort to get Emery eligible. And Ed Orgeron gives us the latest on preparation for the weekend,. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Carnegie Mellon University's baroque flutist who also teaches one of CMU's most popular courses on the Beatles, Stephen Schultz has a new cd out with an hour of the Francois Couperin Royal Concerts or Concerts Royaux recorded at the George Lucas Skywalker studios in Marin County, California. Stephen walks us through the four suites of dance music once danced by Louis XIV explaining the special features, the cover art which consists of a lively representation of Marie Antoinette eating a meringue confection. Stephen loves all the dances but especially the musette and notes that Apple music found a hit with the menuet. Flute talk is included with the details of the "wooden sticks" making exqusite sounds and the harpsichord played by Jory Vinokour joined by Alexa Haynes-Pilon and second baroque flute Mindy Rosenfeld.
Ed Orgeron has announced the RB John Emery is ineligible for the 2021 season. We react to the news and discuss what option remain for John Emery. We also get an update on the injured offensive lineman for the upcoming game against CMU. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's episode features CJ Brucki, an athlete and coach who adopts a resilience mindset.Originally from the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago and currently residing in New Jersey. CJ graduated with his Bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University majoring in Accounting while also competing for the Wrestling team there. He went on to serve as a graduate assistant at the College of New Jersey for the wrestling team as he completed his MBA from CMU as well. While working on his masters, CJ also continued to compete as an Olympic hopeful for the New Jersey Regional Training Center (Princeton & Rutgers).
Life and death are the two biggest issues of life. However, few people would like to discuss them frankly. At Carnegie Mellon University, however, students are encouraged to think about death. In the university's “Last Lecture Series,” top scholars were invited to give a hypothetical “final talk” about what matters to them the most when their life comes to an end. While listening to the lectures, we involuntarily also think about how the questions apply to our own lives: What do we cherish the most? How should we lead our life? In 2007, CMU invited a special guest to return to their alma mater and give a lecture on this topic. That speaker was Randy Pausch, the author of this book. By that time, he had already been given a terminal diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, and had just a few months to live. So, to Pausch, it was literally a “last lecture.” In his lecture, Pausch didn't intend to instruct us on how to fulfill our dreams. Instead, he wanted to inspire us to think about how we can follow our dreams and achieve a unique and valuable life. Pausch's speech was full of humor, even making the audience laugh from time to time, but he also moved them to tears.
On this episode, we continue to inch closer to the start of the regular season. Coach Mac provides an update coming out of this weekend's scrimmage on the team's progress and highlights several young players who are making an impact early on. Our guest this week is one of CMU's all time greats, Joe Staley(23:30). Joe talks about what he's been up to in retirement, as well as reflecting on his time in the maroon and gold. He also looks ahead to homecoming weekend in October, when he will return to campus to serve as the Grand Marshal. Enjoy this episode and make sure to catch up on previous episodes wherever you listen to podcasts.
During this episode, we talk with Prof. Kathleen Carley of Carnegie Mellon University about social cybersecurity, the BEND framework, and the challenges and promise of developing understandings and technologies on how to manage the safety of online discourse. Link to full show notes and resources Guest Bio: Kathleen M. Carley is a professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. She received her Ph.D. from Harvard and her undergraduate degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the director of the Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems (CASOS), a university-wide interdisciplinary center that brings together network analysis, computer science, and organization science and she is the founding director of the Center for Informed Democracy and Social-cybersecurity (IDeaS), CMU's university wide center for disinformation, hate-speech and extremism online. She is also the CEO of Netanomics. Kathleen M. Carley's research combines cognitive science, social networks and computer science to address complex social and organizational problems. Her specific research areas are dynamic network analysis, computational social and organization theory, adaptation and evolution, text mining, social media, information diffusion, disaster response and social-cybersecurity. She and her groups have developed infrastructure tools for analyzing large scale dynamic networks and various multi-agent simulation systems. The infrastructure tools include ORA, a statistical toolkit for analyzing and visualizing high-dimensional networks across time and space. ORA-PRO contains the BEND analytics. AutoMap, a text-mining system for extracting semantic networks, and high dimensional networks. NetMapper, a text-mining tool for extracting semantic networks, high dimensional networks, sentiment and subconscious CUES from texts and social media. Construct, an agent-based dynamic-network simulation system for examining information diffusion and belief formation in various social, organizational and media environments. She is the founding co-editor of the journal Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory which she now co-edits with Dr. Terrill Frantz. She has co-edited several books in the computational organizations and dynamic network area and over 400 published papers. About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, 1) IPA earns from qualifying purchases, 2) IPA gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
Amanda joins me as the new Mid Distance coach at CMU, just down the road from me. We talk about her journey from naive high school runner to D2 champion to D1 to running professionally for Brooks, to finally deciding to focus on coaching. We touch on her Olympic Trials experience, her joys of running, and even some workout talk.
The College Football Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 team breakdown with the Central Michigan Chippewas. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) recap last season and preview their upcoming roster and season. Will Jim McElwain turn the corner this year and perhaps take CMU to the MAC Championship? Who do the Chippewas go with at quarterback? Is there a better one two punch in the MAC then Kobe Lewis & Lew Nicholls? Will Central Michigan find themselves bowling come December? Can the pass defense improve from a season ago? We talk it all on this Central Michigan episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | CoorsLight | PropSwap.com code “SGP”
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