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Maybe more than anyone in North America in the last 20 years, Brian Sullivan has been deeply involved in things that birders do. He was one of the original developers of eBird, which hardly needs an introduction to listeners, and is now project lead of Cornell's Birds of the World. In the last couple years Birds of the World has absolutely become an essential collection of bird knowledge which is all the more amazing considering the scope of the project. Also, Merlin's Sound ID is better than you think.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2022 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Vu T. Nguyen, MD, discuss the following articles from the May 2022 issue: “Reverse Lymphatic Mapping and Immediate Microsurgical Lymphatic Reconstruction Reduces Early Risk of Breast Cancer–Related Lymphedema” by Weinstein, Le, Robertson, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/LymphaticMapping Special guest Jonas A. Nelson, MD, MPH from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Nelson is the Director of Clinical Research in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Assistant Professor of Surgery at Cornell. Dr. Nelson completed his residency training at the University of Pennsylvania followed by a Microsurgery Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSMay22Collection
Hi everybody and welcome to this week's episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. Today's guest is author Peter Conners. If you're a reader of nonfiction and enjoy books about The Grateful Dead or the jamband scene at large, chances are that you've at least heard of Peter and hopefully read some of his books. Some of his titles include: “JAMerica: The history of the jam band and festival scene,” “White Hand Society: The Psychedelic Partnership of Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsberg,” “Cornell ‘77: The Music, The Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall,” “Growing up Dead: The Hallucinated Confessions of a Teenage Deadhead,” and “Beyond the Edge of Suffering: a book of prose poems.” You'll notice that these titles have at least two things in common: first, they all somehow revolve around the Grateful Dead or the Jamband scene, and second, they're all works of non fiction. However, Peter's latest release is a novel–his first published fictional work. It is called “Merch Table Blues,” and by the time this episode airs, it should be available everywhere you get books. Listen carefully to the first segment of this interview, and you'll hear more specific websites where you can find it and simultaneously support independent booksellers. Also, you can find relevant links in today's show notes.For today's episode, Peter picked “Chalkdust Torture” from July 20, 1991 at Arrowhead Ranch. I was thrilled when he chose that track and that show because it's lived in my mind's eye for so long. The 1991 horn tour provided so many of my first tapes so long ago that the Arrowhead Ranch shows in particular have gained legendary status. The first night of that two-night run opened with “Chalkdust,” which was a new song at that point, and the band never looked back. It was satisfying to hear about that show and that venue after listening to it for so many years.So let's join Peter Conners to talk about his writing process, upstate New York, and how Phish in 1991 was the same band, and yet entirely different, from the band we know today, as we discuss Phish's performance of “Chalkdust Torture” from July 20, 1991 at Arrowhead Ranch in Parksville, New York.Audio used in today's episodeManic D Press
Yasmin on mental health stigmas: “As black students and as black women, we're taught that we need to be better than our white counterparts. We need to be resilient and strong. We need to be everything they are as far as grades, AND some. We can never show any signs of weakness. And I think that's where that stigma comes along with mental health, and I think the first step is a willingness to speak openly about our struggles.”Yasmin Bellew is the president of Alpha Phi Omega, Cornell's largest service fraternity, but she's also a member of pre-law organizations KAPi and Black Ivy. Listen to her conversation with Daniel James II about growing up in California's Central Valley, the impact of her black women mentors, the inaccessibility of therapy for people of color, the difference between structural reform and victim advocacy in the criminal justice and incarceration systems, and so much more.Catch Black Voices on the Hill each Friday @2pm on WVBR 93.5 FM. wvbr.com/blackvoicesInstagram: @blackvoicesonthehill BVH is now on TWITTER! @BVHCornellMusic provided by OZSOUND. Channel: https://goo.gl/qnhQtD.
¡Hola!Esta semana nos preparamos para el Global Big Day hablando de colibríes, patos y barranqueros con Francisco Piedrahita.Francisco lleva 30 años avistando y fotografiando aves. Con él hablamos sobre lo que le apasiona de la ornitología y de su colección de más de 15.000 fotografías de aves. Conversamos también sobre cómo ha cambiado el hobby de la observación de aves en Colombia y sobre sus viajes de aviturismo, desde Papúa Nueva Guinea hasta los archipiélagos del océano ártico.¡Pasen a escuchar!¿Quieres ayudar a que Expertos de Sillón siga existiendo?Si te gusta Expertos de Sillón, considera convertirte en un mecenas del pódcast. Puedes hacerlo a través de una contribución de 3, 5 o 10 dólares al mes.Trabajamos mucho para que recibas este pódcast cada semana. Conseguir invitados, acordar temas, grabar y editar toma varias horas e involucra el trabajo de muchas personas. Con tu contribución puedes ayudar a que Expertos de Sillón se sostenga como podcast independiente, y tendrás nuestra apreciación infinita.Sobre nuestro invitadoFrancisco fue hasta hace poco rector de la Universidad Icesi en Cali, cargo que desempeñó por 25 años. Antes de eso trabajó en la Organización Carvajal. Pueden encontrar sus fotos de aves en Flickr. Les compartimos algunas:Nuestro sueño de una gran conversaciónParte de la meta de nuestro pódcast es facilitar conversaciones entre nuestros oyentes que vayan más allá de los episodios. Queremos conocer tus obsesiones y teorías totalizantes. Por eso abrimos un servidor en Discord que esperamos convertir en un lugar para conocernos mejor y seguir conversando.Si el episodio de hoy te deja con ganas de continuar la conversación, únete al servidor y haz parte de nuestro experimento. ¡Esperamos verte allá!Para aprender másRecursos y encuentros:📌 Guía de las aves de Colombia de Steven Hilty.📌 La plataforma eBird del Laboratorio de Ornitología de la Universidad de Cornell.📌 Feria de aves de Cali.Algunas especies:📌 Picozapato o Shoebill📌 Casuarius📌 Aves del paraíso📌 Colibrí cola de espátula📌 Barranquero📌 Gallito de roca This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit expertosdesillon.substack.com
Let's be honest ... How good of a communicator are you? Have you ever felt like you have said the same thing a few times and some clients get it while others don't? This, for sure, has happened to me which led me to today's guest. In today's session, I chat with Barb Mayfield about how to build up your communications skills and truly make an impactful connection with your clients or an audience. ABOUT BARB MAYFIELD, MS, RDN, LD, FAND Barbara Mayfield is the Founder and President of Nutrition Communicator, LLC, where she leads nutrition professionals to become confident and compelling communicators. Barb served as editor for Communicating Nutrition: The Authoritative Guide, published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, leading a team of 57 experts in nutrition communication. This book is a lasting legacy of her years on the faculty of the Nutrition Science Department at Purdue where she taught future nutrition professionals to be effective nutrition communicators. Prior to teaching, Barb worked as an early interventionist, high-risk nutrition counselor, breastfeeding coordinator, local WIC program coordinator, long-term-care consultant, and private practice dietitian. Barb led Noteworthy Creations, Inc., a company dedicated to high quality nutrition education resources for 17 years. She's published books and curricula for preschoolers, early elementary, high school, college, and professional audiences. Barb received a B.S. in Dietetics from Purdue and an M.S. in Human Nutrition from Cornell. She received multiple teaching awards at Purdue, was named Outstanding Dietetics Educator by the Indiana Academy and the Nutrition and Dietetic Educators and Preceptors. In 2018 she was inducted into the Purdue Nutrition Science Hall of Fame and in 2019 was named Indiana's Outstanding Dietitian. Earlier in her career, she received the Academy's RYDY Award, and Purdue Alumni's Outstanding Young Professional Award. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: How to build up your communication skills Knowing your audience is the first step in being a good communicator Communication is all about building relationships Eye contact and a smile can go a long way MORE FROM BARB MAYFIELD Founder and President, Nutrition Communicator, LLC Editor-in-Chief: Communicating Nutrition: The Authoritative Guide (Available at eatrightSTORE and Amazon) Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2020 Facebook Twitter: Nutrition Communicator and Barb Mayfield LinkedIn Instagram Fearless Practitioners Resources Enjoy a list of the tools I strongly recommend for building your practice. I have tested every recommendation on this page. Many of the resources listed here are crucial to running my practice (or were crucial to developing iLiveWell Nutrition and Fearless Practitioners to where they are today). Click here to enjoy all of the Resources. MORE FROM ADRIEN Marketing Wednesdays Action Steps Driven Goal Planner What is my Next Step as a Practitioner - Take the Quiz Foundations of Private Practice Building Your Dream Practice Apply for Business Coaching Resources for Your Practice Schedule Your FREE 15 Min Fearless Steps Call Connect with Adrien on Instagram and Facebook Private Practice Paperwork Templates Subscribe & Review on iTunes Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Subscribe to Fearless Practitioners! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Go to Programs and see what you need to become a Fearless Practitioner TODAY!! Connect with me on your fav social platform: * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adrienpaczosa/ * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adrien.paczosa/ * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Apaczosa Hey! Send me a message and tell me what you think about the show! Use the Hashtag #FearlessPractitioner so I know you're a friend! XOXO Adrien Sign up for my weekly newsletter and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life! Get episode show notes here: https://fearlesspractitioners.com/fearless-podcast/
FishTracker is a student-oriented citizen science project based at Cornell University that records and maps the presence of several species of fish, both endangered and invasive, in New York State. What is awesome about this program is that K-12 students and teachers from New York collect environmental DNA (eDNA) from water samples and send these samples to Cornell for analysis. FishTracker team members then use quantitative PCR to analyze these samples and incorporate their findings into a fish species database and send their results back to the classrooms. This is an incredible program so tune in to learn more and be amazed at ways you can involve young children into important scientific endeavors. Want to get involved, check out their website: https://fishtracker.vet.cornell.edu/. Thank you to the Cornell University Serve in Place Fund for supporting this episode.
This week on the show we're visiting with Lauren Cornell, chief curator at the Hessel Museum and director of the graduate program at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard college. As a curator at Bard, the New Museum, Rhizome and beyond, Lauren has had a life-long dedication to time-based media art; as well as a passion for growing, shaping, and building arts institutions. Tune in to hear Lauren's story, and the incredible exhibitions she has in store at Bard this summer.Links from the conversation with Lauren> Dara Birnbaum: Reaction https://ccs.bard.edu/museum/exhibitions/695-dara-birnbaum-reaction> Martine Syms: Grio College https://ccs.bard.edu/museum/exhibitions/696-martine-syms-grio-college > Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/mass-effect New way to support the show - join us on Patreon!> https://patreon.com/artobsolescenceJoin the conversation:https://twitter.com/ArtObsolescencehttps://www.instagram.com/artobsolescence/Support artistsArt and Obsolescence is a non-profit podcast, sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, and we are committed to equitably supporting artists that come on the show. Help support our work by making a tax deductible gift through NYFA here: https://www.artandobsolescence.com/donate
Hello! This is Episode 235, and this is Part 2 of my conversation with James Cornell from Life Panels. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/235] If you haven't listened to Part 1 yet, be sure to head back to Episode 234, where you'll hear James discuss thermal performance and understanding the airtightness and breathability of your home. In this episode, James will continue sharing his wealth of knowledge on how to improve your home's building envelope and create an energy efficient and thermally comfortable home through your selection of building materials for the floors, walls and roof of your home. We're talking about thermal mass, and things such as relative humidity, and decrement delay. And if that sounds bamboozling - never fear - James will help us understand it much more simply. Frankly, it's awesome knowledge to have when discussing your home's construction with your team, so you can ensure you're getting the best outcome for your location and climate. James Cornell has been an industry expert on the topic of construction and sustainability for over 20 years. As a licensed builder and master carpenter, and also as a Passive House Certified Consultant, he has become increasingly interested in sustainable construction and the use of materials in creating a better way to build and, ultimately, live. He's also the founder and owner of Life Panels, a business that supplies sustainable wood fibre insulation and building systems for walls, roofs and floors of any residential projects. Remember, if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/235 Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes. Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/235 Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, I have another case study with one of our Passion Project Bootcamp students, Alex. In this episode, Alex shares his college admissions story of how he got accepted into Cornell University. He reveals what it felt like to receive the acceptance letter and realize that all his hard work had finally paid off! Start off with our free training, you can register here at https://juliekimconsulting.com/masterclass. This is a (FREE) introductory training for you to get a better idea of how I coach my students. You'll also learn the 3 essential strategies that you must implement to get accepted in your dream college! If you are interested in learning more about our 1-Year Group College Consulting Program, or already know that you want to work with me and my team, go to https://juliekimconsulting.com/ppbc to learn more! As always, if you have questions, please reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'd love to connect with you on Instagram – I'm at http://instagram.com/julie_kim7. SHOW NOTES: https://juliekimconsulting.com/episode-124-inside-cornell-how-i-got-accepted/
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: May 7th, 2022 Big Red Banter airs live EVERY WEEK on Saturdays from 4-5 PM on WVBR 93.5 FM!! Join your host WVBR Sports and Program Director Faith Shote '24, WVBR Sports Contributors David Cytryn '24, Jackie Torres '22, Clara Enders '22, Grace Fairchild '22, Sean Cabrera '23, AND SUPER SPECIAL GUEST CORNELL UNIVERSITY'S VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT AND CAMPUS LIFE RYAN T. LOMBARDI as they talk about all things Cornell and professional sports!! Everything from the Cornell men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, baseball, and softball teams, the latest updates in the NFL, the USFL, the MLB season so far, and the NBA Playoffs!! — Connect with WVBR Sports: Twitter: @wvbrfmsports Instagram: @wvbrfmsports Website: wvbr.com/sports — Produced by Faith Shote '24
Chris Mason is a professor of genomics, physiology, and biophysics at Cornell, doing research on the long-term effects of space on the human body. He is the author of The Next 500 Years: Engineering Life to Reach New Worlds. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – BetterHelp: https://betterhelp.com/lex to get 10% off – Grammarly: https://grammarly.com/lex to get 20% off premium – Magic Spoon: https://magicspoon.com/lex – Blinkist: https://blinkist.com/lex – Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/lex EPISODE LINKS: Chris's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mason_lab Chris's Website: http://masonlab.net/ Chris's Company: https://onegevity.com/ The Next 500 Years (book): https://amzn.to/3k9ab4S Reasons and Persons (book): https://amzn.to/3Lrm6a5 PODCAST INFO: Podcast website:
Dr. Jonathan Pugh is Reader in Island Studies, Department of Geography, Newcastle University, UK. He has more than 70 publications and is particularly noted for his work on the ‘relational' and ‘archipelagic' turns in island studies, disrupting the figure of the insular island. He has held a number of visiting fellowships, given international keynote addresses, and/or invited lectures, including at Princeton, Harvard, Virginia Tech, London, Cornell, Vienna, Zurich, Trinity College Dublin, Rutgers, California, University of West Indies and National Taiwan Normal University.Jonathan's present work examines how work with islands is playing an increasingly prominent role in the generation of wider approaches to critical thinking, knowledge and policy practices associated with the Anthropocene (particularly in the prolific development of relational ontologies and epistemologies in opposition to modern reasoning). Establishing a platform for discussion and debate, in 2021 he launched the 'Anthropocene Islands' initiative (https://www.anthropoceneislands.online/). This includes a monthly reading group, dedicated section of Island Studies Journal, early career study spaces, workshops, agenda-setting publications and talks. The initiative gains its initial impetus from the book Anthropocene Islands: Entangled Worlds (Pugh and Chandler, 2021) free to download here https://www.uwestminsterpress.co.uk/site/books/m/10.16997/book52/ and the Dialogues in Human Geography paper Anthropocene Islands: there are only islands after the end of the world (Chandler and Pugh, 2021).Publications: https://newcastle.academia.edu/JonathanPughTwitter: @jonnypugh1974Facebook and Instagram: Jon Pugh Islands Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe
Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and search, including a report from the Government Accountability Office, recommending that the Department of Defense should improve its AI strategies and other AI-related guidance [1:25]. Another GAO report finds that the Navy should improve its approach to uncrewed maritime systems, particularly in its lack of accounting for the full costs to develop and operate such systems, but also recommends the Navy establish an “entity” with oversight for the portfolio [4:01]. The Army is set to launch a swarm of 30 small drones during the 2022 Experimental Demonstration Gateway Exercise (EDGE 22), which will be the largest group of air-launched effects the Army has tested [5:55]. DoD announces its new Chief Digital and AI Officer, Dr. Craig Martell, former head of machine learning for Lyft, and the Naval Postgraduate School [7:47]. And the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) takes over operational control of Project Maven's GEOINT AI services [9:55]. Researchers from Princeton and the University of Chicago create a deep learning model of “superficial face judgments,” that is, how humans judge impressions of what people are like, based on their faces; the researchers note that their dataset deliberately reflects bias [12:05]. And researchers from MIT, Cornell, Google, and Microsoft present a new method for completely unsupervised label assignments to images, with STEGO (self-supervised transformer with energy-based graph optimization), allowing the algorithm to find consistent groupings of labels in a largely automated fashion [18:35]. And elicit.org provides a “research discovery” tool, leveraging GPT-3 to provide insights and ideas to research topics [24:24]. Careers: https://us61e2.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/CNA/Posting/View/1624
In 1979 Alan Guth, then a postdoc at Cornell, made what is perhaps the most important contribution to our theoretical understanding of the evolution of the Universe in the past half century. His realization that the early universe could have undergone a brief period of what he dubbed as “Inflation” provided the first and to date the only explanation of the large scale properties of the Universe compatible with observations, and based on well-defined, calculable, microphysical physics principles. Since that time, Inflation has become the paradigm of modern cosmology, and it made fundamental predictions about other observables in cosmology that have since been validated by observations of the Cosmo Microwave Background Radiation. I was particularly happy to have Alan on the podcast for a variety of reasons. First and foremost he is a remarkably clear and precise expositor of science. Second, his own history in the field provides, I think, a good object lesson for young scientists who might be struggling. Third, it was important that he provide a counterpoint to the discussion I previously had with Roger Penrose, who has presented his own alternative to Inflation that is much less well-defined at this time. Finally, Alan is a lovely human being, and both a friend, and in some sense a mentor to me (having served on my thesis examination committee when he first came to MIT, and having been a colleague and co-author with me on scientific papers). I hope you enjoy what I found to be a very enlightening discussion about science, and a revealing window into the thoughts of one of the most important cosmologists currently alive today. The audio version is free to all on this Critical Mass site. An ad-free video is available on Critical mass for paid subscribers only, a video version with advertisements is available separately on the Origins Project Foundation YouTube Channel. Get full access to Critical Mass at lawrencekrauss.substack.com/subscribe
In September 2017, we dedicated an episode to a conversation about one photograph—an image made by photographer Richard Drew, on September 11, 2001, in New York, which has come to be called “The Falling Man.” It was an insightful recollection and analysis of an incredibly painful image, and on today's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we will again discuss one photograph to try to understand it better. The photograph is titled, “The Drowning,” and it was taken in August of 2020 during another national crisis, albeit a very different one. Photographer Cornell Watson created the series “Behind the Mask,” “… for the times we pretend to be strong when we are dying from the weight of racism.” Each image in the series is a carefully created and powerful allegory, but “The Drowning,” for reasons we will discuss in the episode, has a quiet power that has not waned since we first saw it. To learn more about this photograph, we are fortunate to have Cornell Watson join us, as well as photographer, author, and educator Tara Pixley. With Watson we chat about his motivations, inspiration, and his collaborative process, camera, and lenses, and workflow on the day of the shoot. We consider the reception of the image and discuss the life of the entire series. In addition to her work as a visual journalist, a college professor, and curator, Tara Pixley is also a board member of the National Press Photographers Association, a member of the WPPI Advisory Board, and a co-founder of Authority Collective. Pixley is the ideal voice to provide us with aesthetic insight into the strength and significance of “The Drowning,” as well as the cultural and chronological contexts of why this image is an important artistic contribution from 2020 that echoes years of injustice and calls us to be more understanding and compassionate. We'd also like to thank Cara Finnegan and Michael Shaw of “Reading the Pictures” for their contribution to this episode. Guests: Cornell Watson and Tara Pixley Above photograph: © Cornell Watson The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual guests and do not represent the views of B&H Photo.
“La regla de oro debe desecharse y reemplazarse por la regla de platino. No debemos tratar a las personas como queremos que nos traten sino como quieren que las tratemos.” - Juan Domínguez G (
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2022 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Vu T. Nguyen, MD, discuss the following articles from the May 2022 issue: “A Comparison of Complications in Therapeutic versus Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Reconstruction: A Paired Analysis” by Sergesketter, Marks, Broadwater, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/ReconComplications Special guest Jonas A. Nelson, MD, MPH from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Nelson is the Director of Clinical Research in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Assistant Professor of Surgery at Cornell. Dr. Nelson completed his residency training at the University of Pennsylvania followed by a Microsurgery Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSMay22Collection
Derina Samuel, Jody Gabler, Jayasri Srinivasan, Mila Veshcherevich, and Alice Wu from Cornell's International Teaching Assistant Program tell us about the support services they offer to our international graduate student community. ITAP on the web: https://teaching.cornell.edu/graduate-students/ITAP #alcachofa #преподавательница #tiftuf #sisu #chongololo
Our featured interview tonight is with Fred Janusek. He is a Doctor of Pipes, and professor of mathematics. Fred is in his early 80s, and he has been smoking a pipe since college in 1957. His first pipe was a very shellac-covered Yello Bole. This show will be the first installment of "Storytime with Fred Janusek". These are some great stories back when pipes were everywhere, including men's clothing stores. At the top of the show, we will have an Ask the Tobacco Blender segment with Jeremy Reeves. Jeremy is the Head Blender at Cornell & Diehl, which is one of the most popular boutique pipe tobacco companies in the USA.
Dharma Dojo Lecture Series with Dr. Masaki Matsubara. This series is called Dhammapada. In the next eight episodes, Dr. Masaki Matsubara thoroughly examines quotes from the Dhammapada to understand how we can apply Buddhist wisdom into our lives. Masaki Matsubara earned a Ph.D. in Asian Religions from Cornell University. He taught at the Department of Religious Studies at UC Berkeley and was the BDK Fellow at the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford University. He is now a Visiting Scholar in the East Asia Program at Cornell and also a Visiting Lecture at the Contemplative Studies at Brown University. Moreover, he serves as a Visiting Professor at Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies at the University of Tokyo. He is the abbot of the Zen Temple Butsumoji in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. He currently resides in New York City.This lecture was recorded from the RKINA Dharma Dojo Lecture Series.www.rkina.org
“That's what ultimately drives my passion… wanting to create change me, for the people around me, and for the people I care about.”Listen to Lassan's conversation with Daniel James II about being from Mali, growing up Harlem and understanding its place as a black cultural center, his experience between public schools and a charter school, education as a chance to nurture people and their passions, his belief in serving others, his involvement in the Black Student Union and Alpha Phi Alpha, and so much more. Catch Black Voices on the Hill each Friday @2pm on WVBR 93.5 FM. wvbr.com/blackvoicesInstagram: @blackvoicesonthehill BVH is now on TWITTER! @BVHCornellMusic provided by OZSOUND. Channel: https://goo.gl/qnhQtD.
We talk to Dr Rachel Allison about her research at Cornell University into canned wines. We ask how reductive compounds can be avoided and what the issues are with wines in cans. Are there any wines that are not suitable for canning? Is it a more sustainable packaging? What steps can winemakers take to avoid VSCs? And more.... Here are a link to a couple of her papers and presentations. Canned wine paper: https://grapesandwine.cals.cornell.edu/sites/grapesandwine.cals.cornell.edu/files/shared/images/Research%20Focus2020-1%20FinalA.pdf 3 min talk at Cornell: https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/2021+Three+Minute+Thesis+Competition-+Rachel+Allison/1_rblzalv7 Glutathione and brine-releasable H2S paper: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.jafc.1c04885 5 min video talk from ASEV conference:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPilnZBQ7To
Welcome Kim Troy to the podcast this week! She is the Founder and CEO of Civilis Consulting, a fractional HR and culture consultancy that helps entrepreneur-led businesses reach new heights. Civilis' seasoned consultants work alongside CEOs and leadership teams to roll out organization-wide transformations; and have deep expertise consulting companies with remote or geographically dispersed business units. Civilis Consulting, a fractional HR and culture consultancy that helps entrepreneur-led businesses reach new heights. Civilis' seasoned consultants work alongside CEOs and leadership teams to roll out organization-wide transformations Prior to Civilis, Kim founded Kimberly Troy Consulting, working with field-based wildlife conservation organizations – primarily in southern Africa – to improve utilization of financial and human resources. She has also held executive level positions in Human Resources, Operations and Sales for some of the world's largest corporations, including L Brands. She has a BA in Psychology and Business Administration from the University of Puget Sound and a Diversity & Inclusion certification from Cornell. She is an expert facilitator, Prosci® certified Change Management practitioner, and certified DDI® Targeted Selection trainer. On this episode, Kim Troy talks about how she helps founders and entrepreneurs dissect their mission, vision, and values. She helps them get to the true core "why?" and not just the values or mission statement that perhaps their marketing agency created for them. This is what sets any company apart from another. It is what drives culture and defines your company. It's difficult to own and operate a business and Kim is giving us serious tips on how we can get to our core why, values and mission to set us apart. Follow Kim on LinkedIn Here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/civilisconsulting Visit her Website for more information: https://www.civilisconsulting.com/ Thanks to our sponsor, https://www.findacohost.com/ visit them today and use VIP100 to try them out and find your perfect match for podcasting today! XXX Maya --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mayapinion/message
Richie Moran, the legendary Cornell men's lacrosse coach, died on April 24, leaving behind a great legacy in the game of lacrosse. Moran built the culture of Cornell lacrosse that exists today, and he left an impact on all of his players, from top scorers to benchwarmers. He was a players' coach and we could … Continue reading Remembering Richie Moran | S5 E8 →
Hello! This is Episode 234, and in it, I'm kicking off a 3 part series of interviews with James Cornell from Life Panels, all about building healthier homes. [For all resources mentioned in this podcast and a free, downloadable PDF transcript, head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/234] James Cornell has been an industry expert on the topic of construction and sustainability for over 20 years. As a licensed builder and master carpenter, and also as a Passive House Certified Consultant, he has become increasingly interested in sustainable construction and the use of materials in creating a better way to build and, ultimately, live. He's also the founder and owner of Life Panels, a business that supplies sustainable wood fibre insulation and building systems for walls, roofs and floors of any residential projects. James has an amazing knack of demystifying the topics of building envelopes, building performance, and building science. So, if you're keen to understand more about how to create a home that's energy efficient, durable and great quality as a thermally comfortable home, this will be perfect for you. Remember, if you'd like to grab a full transcript of this episode, plus information on the resources we discuss, you can do that by heading to www.undercoverarchitect.com/234 Now, let's dive in! SHOW NOTES: If you're struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and when, or how to best invest your efforts, energy and money to get a great outcome in your future home, I've created something super helpful for you. Access my free online workshop “Your Project Plan” now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan This free workshop will really help you understand the best steps to take wherever you're at in your project, and how you can avoid some serious and expensive mistakes. Plus, I'll share with you what to focus on and when, so you know you're getting everything in order for a successful project and beautiful home. And you'll get access to some great bonuses as well. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST: For links and resources mentioned in this podcast, head to >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/234 Access my free “Your Project Plan” online workshop and awesome bonuses now >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/projectplan Access the support and guidance you need to be confident and empowered when renovating and building your family home inside my flagship online program >>> https://undercoverarchitect.com/courses/the-home-method/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The regular season is all but over — we're onto conference tournaments (aside from Duke-Notre Dame). Did this weekend's results ensure that only two (at most) ACC teams can make the NCAA Tournament? Terry and Nick start by discussing Yale's OT win vs. Harvard — one of the most entertaining games of the year — and Cornell's win over Princeton before transitioning to Notre Dame's one-sided win over Syracuse (continuing a trend) and touch on SoCon and Patriot League Madness.
Amazing, inspiring, uplifting, encouraging, real, humble, genuine, heartfelt, honest - simply put "the greater" the more" spoke at St. Ignatius College Prep Bannan Theater and the SI Magis Seniors of Class of 2022 presented their truth at the 8th Annual Magis Senior Panel. These extraordinary individuals shared their journeys as they trail-blazed as proud BIPOC, first gen, Sobrino scholars, children from immigrant families or children from hard working families and their stories and wisdom echoed strength and beauty. That is why they are irreplaceable. St. Ignatius Magis Class of 2022 took the time to testify what is really important and is not because they believe in themselves and their fellow classmates. They come from roots that told them they are beautiful and capable. Their roots told them they are writers to their destinies whether it be journalist, lawyers, politicians, mathematicians, scientists, doctors, educators, leaders and givers to society. Their roots encouraged them to march higher and stronger DESPITE IT ALL because they CANT STOP WONT STOP. There is no "I' in front of that motto because when we are afraid, feel alone, or just don't know - WE must shout out with our actions and our words in unison CANT STOP WONT STOP. As these powerful individuals close a chapter and create a new one - it will be filled with adventures, mysteries, hard work, joy, sleep, fun, fear and more fun and more sleep. They are strong individuals who will not be afraid to ask for help because we all need each other. After you listen to this podcast - you will need to ask what will you need to do next? What will you decide to do TODAY and the next and the next. The chapters of the past is in the past but today is today and this is when we need to say in celebration, grace and pride - CONGRATULATIONS CONCRATULATIONS because we can't stop and won't stop.
AMALA LANE: Is a Director and producer of documentaries and media for nonprofits, educational, cultural and advocacy communications through comprehensive, character driven story-telling across all media platforms. Amala, driven by her spiritual search, spent her early years in Taiwan and East and South Asia, helping to begin 2 pre-schools, with a social service organization focused on holistic education, followed by another few years in the Czech Republic. She gained her MFA in Film from Columbia University and was awarded for her achievement in Directing with the Milos Forman Fund, named after someone who she admired. She founded her Hummingbird Films, a boutique video production company to promote educational, cultural and non-profit causes, which demonstrates her commitment to: women's issues, public health and the environment. She became an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, teaching film appreciation, then moved to Outreach National Coordinator for Incite Pictures, Cine Qua Non, setting up screenings and marketing strategies across the United States. Amala became the Producer of documentaries, educational/videos and promotionals at John Jay College of Criminal Justice for a little over 15 years and soon Adjunct Professor, leading her class in exploring the aesthetic and practical phase of filmmaking, from concept to editing. In 2018 she began as the Program Initiatives and Media Coordinator for the East Asia Program at Cornell University. and later given the responsibility of Media Production for OPVIA: Office of the Vice President for Int'l Affairs, which provides leadership and advocacy for int'l programs and activities, and coordinates the resources to sustain their growth. Check out her clients and the important work she's doing which defines who she is, via: Cornell's East Asia Program eap.einaudi.cornell.edu A recent video about the Human Rights Compendium done for Global Cornell: https://youtu.be/9O4_Mrc_DOI Global Cornell (Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs of OVPIA) https://global.cornell.edu/ ACRIA https://www.acria.org/ IOFA http://iofa.org/ UNIFEM https://www.unwomen.org/en Friends of Fort Tryon Park https://www.forttryonparktrust.org/ Her website: amalalane.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support
Eating The Wrong Stuff Causes Cancer To Grow - T. Colin Campbell, PhD - Interview T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. • https://nutritionstudies.org/• Book - China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long Term Health T. Colin Campbell, PhD has been dedicated to the science of human health for more than 60 years. His primary focus is on the association between diet and disease, particularly cancer. Although largely known for the China Study — one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted, and recognized by The New York Times as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” — Dr. Campbell's profound impact also includes extensive involvement in education, public policy, and laboratory research.Dr. Campbell grew up on a dairy farm and was the first in his family to go to college, where he studied pre-veterinary medicine at Pennsylvania State University. After obtaining his bachelor's degree, and while completing his first year at the University of Georgia veterinary school, he received a telegram from a well known professor at Cornell University, offering a scholarship and research opportunity too good to turn down. And so he completed his education at Cornell University (M.S., Ph.D.) and MIT (Research Associate) in nutrition, biochemistry and toxicology. He then spent 10 years on the faculty of Virginia Tech's Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition before returning to Cornell in 1975 where he presently holds his Endowed Chair as the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry in the Division of Nutritional Sciences.Dr. Campbell's research experience includes both laboratory experiments and large-scale human studies. He has received over 70 grant-years of peer-reviewed research funding (mostly with NIH), served on grant review panels of multiple funding agencies, actively participated in the development of national and international nutrition policy, and authored over 300 research papers. Throughout his career, he has confronted a great deal of confusion surrounding nutrition and its effects. It is precisely this confusion that he has focused so much on, in recent years. #ColinCampbell #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth • Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internalDailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealth BitChute:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: April 30, 2022 Big Red Banter airs live EVERY WEEK on Saturdays from 4-5 PM on WVBR 93.5 FM!! Join your hosts WVBR Sports Director and Sports Director-elect Skyler Holzman '22 and Faith Shote '24, CMG President Clara Enders '22, WVBR News Director Grace Fairchild, and WVBR Sports Contributor David Cytryn '24 as they talk about all things Cornell and professional sports!! Everything from the Cornell men's lacrosse, baseball, and golf teams, to the NFL Wide Reciever Draft, weird USFL team names, what in the world is going on in the XFL, NBA playoff updates, and Grace and Skyler fight over the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets! — Connect with WVBR Sports: Twitter: @wvbrfmsports Instagram: @wvbrfmsports Website: wvbr.com/sports — Produced by Faith Shote '24
“Who are you and who do you want to be? What are the sticking points in your life where you're feeling less fulfilled, or less connected, or you're feeling lost?... Asking yourself those deeper questions…those existential questions that supersede and transcend a lot of what's out there already to get you to the deepest levels of your own truth.” - Sean Harvey In this episode of Tactical Friday, Sean Harvey dives in to share the practical tips to employ as we get to know ourselves better and show up confidently vulnerable through authenticity. He mentions some activities to consider in order to clear our minds and the ways to think deeply. Sean Harvey is the Chief Compassion Officer of Warrior Compassion Men's Studio and author of his upcoming book: Warrior Compassion: Unlocking the Healing Power in Men. His work in personal, organizational, and societal transformation is inspired by 20+years of Purpose, Talent, and Organization Development consulting combined with having served on the faculties of Cornell, NYU, and Baruch College CUNY teaching courses in Leadership, Management, and Organizational Behavior & Change. Sean is a former Wall Street consultant turned ordained interfaith minister working with police and law enforcement who brings a compassion-centered and soul-inspired approach into personal growth and organizational systems design. [00:01 - 00:41] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! For the first part of my interview with Sean, tune in to last Monday's episode [00:42 - 08:21] Action Steps in Developing that Intimacy with Yourself Finding what works for you through meditating, hiking, jogging, etc.to create the space Discover creative facilitation and allow yourself to find ways to play Acknowledging how you go off character from time to time Asking yourself existential questions to find deeper truth [10:57 - 12:05] Closing Segment Connect with Sean (links below) Closing words Head over to https://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice (myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted! Key Quote: “If you're feeling activated, charged, take a moment so you are moving from knee-jerk reaction to thoughtful response” - Sean Harvey Connect with Sean Check out his http://www.warriorcompassion.com (website) to see its mission of liberating men to courageously walk from a place of deeper consciousness, compassion, and connection in the world, while expanding creativity, authenticity, intimacy, and sense of community in the ways they lead and carry out their missions. Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visiting https://knightprotectionllc.com/ ( https://knightprotectionllc.com/) If you want to learn how to build a better business check out my website athttps://beatacticalleader.com/ ( Beatacticalleader.com). You can connect with us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zaknight ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/beatacticalleader/ ( Instagram), or joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BATLgroup/ ( Our BATL Space) and become part of the community.
Episode No. 547 features artists Leslie Hewitt and Cornell Watson. Hewitt is included in "A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration" at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson. The exhibition, which was curated by Ryan N. Dennis and Jessica Bell Brown, features newly commissioned work from 12 Black artists that addresses the Great Migration. The Great Migration was the movement of more than six million Black Americans from the South to cities across the United States. The exhibition is in Jackson through September 11, when it will travel to Baltimore. Hewitt's photography and sculpture revisit art historical forms such as the still-life and minimalist sculpture through the lens of personal history, biography and America's past. The Minneapolis Institute of Art, the MCA Chicago, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, the Des Moines Art Center and the Menil Collection are among the institutions that have presented solo or two-person exhibitions of her work. Cornell Watson's work is included in “Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now” at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. The exhibition features over 100 works by 30 artists working across North Carolina. It features work from Watson's "Behind the Mask" series, a visual consideration of Black life in present-day America. Instagram: Leslie Hewitt, Cornell Watson, Tyler Green.
This week, wellness leader, Mia Kyricos, speaks with us about what's most important in and out of the office: love and authentic human connection. Mia is a global leading woman in wellness, sits on the advisory boards of Cornell university, Wellness for Cancer, and the Global Wellness Institute. She is also a celebrated speaker and has had her worked featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Travel Weekly, and more, and is the President & Chief Love Officer at Kyricos & Associates LLC. Mia delves into the booming industry, her personal journey to becoming the wellness expert she is, and what it means to be a “Chief Love Officer.” For all those who want to learn more about the wellness economy, as well as those who need a reminder about the vital importance of love and curiosity, tune in for a sincere and honest conversation.
In this latest episode, Michael and Tinakrit Sireerat, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Asian Studies at Cornell University, discuss his dissertation on the history of livestock farming in Hokkaido and forestry in Lanna as a backdrop for the interconnections between colonial administration and environmental governance. Research and lecture summary: 01:40 Advice for researchers and recommendations: 28:23 Tinakrit Sireerat's Top Recommendation: Colonizing Animals by Jonathan Saha (link) Petch Pra Uma by Phanom Thian (link)