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On this episode our special guest is focused on shaping the future of food by training and mentoring the next generation of food industry innovators. He is Jonathan Deutsch, PhD, CHE, CRC, is professor in the Departments of Food and Hospitality Management and Nutrition Sciences at Drexel University and a certified hospitality educator. Before moving to Drexel, Deutsch built the culinary arts program at Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York (CUNY) and the PhD concentration in food studies at the CUNY Graduate Center and School of Public Health. At Drexel, he is the founding director of the Drexel Food Lab, a culinary innovation and food product research and development lab focused on solving real world food system problems in the areas of sustainability, health promotion and access. He was the James Beard Foundation Impact Fellow, leading a national curriculum effort on food waste reduction for chefs and culinary educators and was named a Food Waste Warrior by Foodtank. He is the author or editor of eight books including Barbecue: A Global History (with Megan Elias), Culinary Improvisation, and Gastropolis: Food and Culture in New York City (with Annie Hauck-Lawson) and numerous articles in journals of food studies, public health and hospitality education. He earned his PhD in Food Studies and Food Management from New York University (2004), his culinary degree from the Culinary Institute of America (AOS, Culinary Arts, 1997), and is a proud alumnus of Drexel University (BS, Hospitality Management, 1999). A classically trained chef, Deutsch worked in a variety of settings including food product development, small luxury inns and restaurants. When not in the kitchen, he can be found behind his tuba. To learn more about Drexel Food Lab>> https://drexel.edu/cnhp/research/centers/Drexel-Food-Lab/ Sponsor This episode was made possible by FoodNiche-ED - A gamified platform that empowers teachers to introduce nutrition education in the classroom. You can learn more here >>foodniche-ed.com | LinkedIn >> https://www.linkedin.com/company/foodniche-education/
The former CEO of the Charlotte Area Transit System says he didn't want to get into the mudslinging over the system's problems... but it was totally the fault of the procurement and HR departments for why he couldn't manage the system properly. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Natascha Merten joins the podcast to discuss her study focused on trends in cognitive function across generations. Merten also explains her research on the associations between sensory and motor functions and blood-based biomarkers for neurodegeneration and dementia. Guest: Natascha Merten, PhD, MS, director, Beaver Dam Offspring Study-Neurocognitive Aging Study, assistant professor, Departments of Population Health Sciences and Medicine, University of Wisconsin–Madison Show Notes Read Dr. Merten's studies, “Better cognitive function in younger generations - Insights from two cohort studies of middle-aged to older adults in Wisconsin,” and “Associations of sensory and motor function with blood-based biomarkers of neurodegeneration and Alzheimer's disease in midlife,” through ScienceDirect. Read Dr. Merten's abstract from the 2022 Alzheimer's Association's International Conference through the journal Alzheimer's & Dementia. Read about Dr. Merten's R01 grant, “Dr. Natascha Merten Awarded NIA Funding To Study Sensory Changes Associated With Cognitive Change” on our website. Learn more about Dr. Merten in her bio on the University of Wisconsin Population Health Sciences website and on her Twitter @NataschaMerten. Connect with us Find transcripts and more at our website. Email Dementia Matters: email@example.com Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center's e-newsletter.
The Chinese regime has established police departments outside its borders, including in New York City where officials announced criminal charges against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) agents. Among the individuals being charged are members of the CCP's Ministry of Public Security, and the crackdown could help shut down similar overseas police stations operating elsewhere. Meanwhile, New York City is rolling out new robot police. The new K5 units will start by patrolling the transit system, and are slated to help improve public safety around the city's subways. The systems are being met with mixed reactions, with both a want for better rule of law, yet also with concerns about how similar robot police are used in other countries. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. ⭕️ Stay up-to-date with Josh with the Crossroads NEWSLETTER
A common frustration by financial advisors in the broker/dealer model is a burdensome compliance department.This is often the result of the firm managing compliance to the lowest common denominator amongst thousands of advisors at the firm.An inaccurate assumption about the RIA model is that joining an RIA with similar growth aspirations will lead to a compliance burden no better than what the advisor is trying to get away from at their broker/dealer.In this episode, I explain why this is a faulty comparison and how the RIA model is different.Come take a listen!P.S. Prefer video? You can find this entire series in video format on Youtube. Search for the TRANSITION TO RIA channel.Show notes: https://TransitionToRIA.com/wont-large-rias-have-the-same-challenging-compliance-departments-as-broker-dealers/About Host: Brad Wales is the founder of Transition To RIA, where he helps financial advisors understand everything there is to know about WHY and HOW to transition their practice to the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) model. Brad has 20+ years of industry experience, including direct RIA related roles in Compliance, Finance and Business Development. He has an MBA and has held the 4, 7, 24, 63 & 65 licenses. The Transition To RIA website (TransitionToRIA.com) has a large catalog of free videos, articles, whitepapers, as well as other resources to help advisors understand the RIA model and how it would apply to their unique circumstances.
Health coaching is gaining strength in traditional medicine. Join Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum, FMCA Founder & CEO, and Dr. Melinda Ring as they discuss the next generation of physicians in academic medicine. With focuses shifting toward a collaborative approach (instead of competitive), the strategic impact is moving healthcare toward a more united culture. Dr. Ring is Director of Osher Center for Integrative Health, and Clinical Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine and Medical Social Sciences at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She has an active clinical practice, directs medical trainee education and clinical and faculty fellowships in integrative medicine, founded the Cooking Up Health culinary medicine course, and conducts research. She is chair of the board of the American Board of Integrative Medicine. In 2021 she received the Bravewell Distinguished Service Award from the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health, one of the highest honors in the field of integrative health.
I mention updates from past stories; plus, how school-sanctioned Chromebooks that are given to students can be used against students many years later; a homeschooling option is mentioned; the Louisiana Department of Health is breaking the law with regard to the jab EUA and advertising, and much more. The Charlotte Mason Educational Center: https://www.thecmec.org
Christopher Longhurst MD, MS, isthe chief medical officer (CMO) and chief digital officer (CDO) at UC San DiegoHealth. This dual, complementary role provides leadership to medical staff,ensuring that standards and protocols are in place to provide the highestquality of care to patients. He also serves as an associate dean at theSchool of Medicine, overseeing and aligning our education and research missionswithin the clinical environment, and leading our journey to become a highlyreliable, learning health system.As CMO, Dr. Longhurst isresponsible for maintaining excellence in clinical care, including regulatory,patient and clinician satisfaction, quality and safety, and medical affairs. Heworks alongside leaders at UC San Diego Health, the School of Medicine, and UCHealth to improve care delivery and oversees UC San Diego Health's reputationfor delivering safe, innovative, patient-centered care.Dr. Longhurst is passionate aboutimplementing innovative digital solutions that help improve the patientexperience. As the CDO, he leads UC San Diego Health's technology strategy,overseeing initiatives that advance the infrastructure across UC San Diego andthe UC Health system. In addition, Dr. Longhurst leads the clinical activitiesof the academic medical center, working alongside clinical leaders to guide theplanning of quality, safety, and performance excellence of programs.He is also a key faculty memberin the Departments of Biomedical Informatics and Pediatrics in the UC San DiegoSchool of Medicine, maintaining an active clinical practice as a newbornhospitalist and pursuing scholarship in care quality, patient safety, andhealth informatics.Prior to his current role, Dr.Longhurst served as the chief information officer (2015-2021) and associatechief medical officer for quality and safety (2018-2021) at UC San DiegoHealth, where he provided leadership in key functional areas to continuouslyimprove efforts around operations, reputation and care.Before joining UC San DiegoHealth, Dr. Longhurst served as chief medical information officer for StanfordChildren's Health. He led strategic efforts to improve children's health andprovider workflow using information technology. He founded and led the nation'sfirst accredited clinical informatics fellowship at Stanford, where he was aclinical professor of pediatrics and biomedical informatics. He also staffedthe quality committee of Stanford's hospital board and facilitated nationalquality improvement collaborative work.Dr. Longhurst completed hisresidency at Stanford University and earned his medical degree and MS inmedical informatics from UC Davis. He holds a BS in molecular biology fromRevelle College at UC San Diego. He is a board-certified pediatrician andclinical informaticist.He is the author and co-author ofmany publications on using technology and data to improve quality of care. Dr.Longhurst is an elected fellow of the prestigious American College of MedicalInformatics.Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
The Memory Seeker is a novel that, drawing upon Professor Ronald Niezen's background in researching human rights, takes on the experiences of war violence and its aftermath, the vagaries of memory, and the incompleteness of courtroom justice. When Dutch-Canadian Peter Dekker is hired as an investigator by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, he has no inkling of the war crimes that lie in his own family's history. His work takes him to Timbuktu, where he collaborates with Malian colleagues to document war crimes from a recent and only partly-ended civil war. While he is on assignment, his live-in girlfriend, Nora, gets to know Peter's estranged aunt living in The Hague, and uncovers a dark history of murder, revenge and collaboration with the Nazi occupiers. As the stories of his family under Nazi rule unfold and the intrigues multiply, Peter is confronted with a war crime in which he finds himself next-of-kin rather than an investigator. A work of fiction that draws upon Niezen's ethnographic expertise, The Memory Seeker unsettles assumptions of past, present, and future for those engaging with the process of war crimes investigation. Professor Ronald Niezen is a Professor of Practice in the Departments of Sociology and of Political Science /International Relations at the University of San Diego. Ron previously taught at McGill University for nearly 20 years and at Harvard for 10 years. Dr. Rine Vieth is a researcher studying how the UK Immigration and Asylum Tribunals consider claims of belief, how claims of religious belief are evidenced, and the role of faith communities in asylum-seeker support. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
The Memory Seeker is a novel that, drawing upon Professor Ronald Niezen's background in researching human rights, takes on the experiences of war violence and its aftermath, the vagaries of memory, and the incompleteness of courtroom justice. When Dutch-Canadian Peter Dekker is hired as an investigator by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, he has no inkling of the war crimes that lie in his own family's history. His work takes him to Timbuktu, where he collaborates with Malian colleagues to document war crimes from a recent and only partly-ended civil war. While he is on assignment, his live-in girlfriend, Nora, gets to know Peter's estranged aunt living in The Hague, and uncovers a dark history of murder, revenge and collaboration with the Nazi occupiers. As the stories of his family under Nazi rule unfold and the intrigues multiply, Peter is confronted with a war crime in which he finds himself next-of-kin rather than an investigator. A work of fiction that draws upon Niezen's ethnographic expertise, The Memory Seeker unsettles assumptions of past, present, and future for those engaging with the process of war crimes investigation. Professor Ronald Niezen is a Professor of Practice in the Departments of Sociology and of Political Science /International Relations at the University of San Diego. Ron previously taught at McGill University for nearly 20 years and at Harvard for 10 years. Dr. Rine Vieth is a researcher studying how the UK Immigration and Asylum Tribunals consider claims of belief, how claims of religious belief are evidenced, and the role of faith communities in asylum-seeker support. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Associate Professor Jennifer Scappettone is from the Departments of English Language and Literature and Creative Writing. On The Course this week, she elaborates on her zigzagged career path, from studying history to teaching English in Japan to managing study abroad programs in Central Italy. Right when she thought she had forgotten English as a language, she decided to pursue a graduate degree in English Literature and creative writing. Professor Scappettone's diverse interest is reflected by her interdisciplinary work and the course formats she creates for her students.
Dr. Claudia Benavente studied Molecular Biotechnology Engineering at Universidad de Chile where her interest in pursuing cancer research first started. To further her studies, she came to the US to pursue a doctoral degree in Cancer Biology at The University of Arizona as a Fulbright scholar. She then moved on as a postdoctoral fellow to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN where she became familiar with childhood solid tumors. Professor Benavente is currently an Associate Professor at the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Developmental and Cell Biology and a member of the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Benavente's research focuses on understanding how pediatric tumors form to design new ways to treat them. Her research aims to understand how genes are normally controlled in developing tissues and how epigenetic processes are perturbed to facilitate cancers to arise. This information guides her in the development of new therapies. --- What We Do at MIB Agents: PROGRAMS: ✨ End-of-Life MISSIONS ✨ Gamer Agents ✨ Agent Writers ✨ Prayer Agents ✨ Healing Hearts - Bereaved Parent Support ✨ Ambassador Agents - Peer Support ✨ Warrior Mail ✨ Young Adult Survivorship Support Group ✨ EDUCATION for physicians, researchers and families: ✨ OsteoBites, weekly webinar & podcast with thought leaders and innovators in Osteosarcoma ✨ MIB Book: Osteosarcoma: From our Families to Yours ✨ RESEARCH: Annual MIB FACTOR Research Conference ✨ Funding $100,000 annually for OS research ✨ MIB Testing & Research Directory ✨ The Osteosarcoma Project partner with Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard ... Kids are still dying with 40+ year old treatments. Help us MakeItBetter.
Tasneem Noorani is a retired Pakistani civil servant who has served in BPS-22 grade as the Interior Secretary and Commerce Secretary of Pakistan. 00:00 Introduction 00:47 The journey of civil services 02:46 Competition in bureaucracy 03:51 Why government need bureaucracy to operate 07:23 Criticism on bureaucracy 12:05 Problem of short tenure in civil service 14:06 Solution of short term tenure problem 15:56 Nepotism in civil services 16:48 Tasneem Noorani on his NGO 28:07 How can someone contribute in his NGO 30:39 Tasneem Noorani on his master's in Geology 33:30 Departments under Interior Ministry 42:59 Pressure of politics in bureaucracy 45:53 Tasneem Noorani's work for provision of sports Facilities 48:57 Tasneem Noorani's opinion on "Public Private Battle" 52:13 Emirates and Qatar the prestigious products 54:20 What's come under as a commerce secretary of Pakistan 59:27 Tasneem Noorani as Chief Election Commissioner 1:04:18 Tasneem Noorani's opinion on Pakistan's current economic situation 1:10:11 How government rank middle and high class people 1:11:22 Daniyal on his father's generosity 1:13:58 Contribution to the country 1:16:06 Character building in boarding school 1:22:44 Outro
Dani and Gigi recap their last couple weeks in their multi-site daycare center operations and discuss what's to expect in the coming months. Having over 50 employees and growing to over 80 soon calls for adding departments and specialists dedicated to specific tasks! From accounting, to recruiting, to enrollment and more...follow along this convo and add your ideas in the review section! CONNECT WITH US
Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it
So, said an uncle to a student of mine, you're getting a history degree, huh? When you graduate, you gonna get a job in a history store? The numbers show that the uncle's jab is winning. As friend of the podcast Jon Lauck has demonstrated in a Fall 2022 editorial in the Middle West Review, the number of history majors in US colleges and universities has dropped by more than 50%. Departments have begun to shrink as a consequence of this, and that shrinkage shows no sign in many institutions of stopping until numbers hit zero. And it's hard not to believe that fueling this is the question of where you are ever going to use that history degree–or any liberal arts degree. Add to that disheartening news of the recent arrival of ChatGPT, followed closely by New Bing, AI programs that promise to write every term paper that any professor ever contemplated assigning, and there doesn't seem to be a point to the liberal arts Today I'm talking with my old friend Brent Orrell, a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he specializes in (among other things) workforce and retraining programs, and preparing youths for jobs–and of late he's also been thinking a lot about the impact of artificial intelligence on work, labor, and vocation. He's been a guest on the podcast, back in episode 169, and he has his own podcast, Hardly Working, which I recommend to you for all your labor, workforce, and vocation needs. The accompanying picture was created by AI image generator DALL-E 2, which was asked to "create a painting in the style of Vermeer of a young woman working in a history store." "For Further Investigation Two articles from Brent on technology, AI, and work: "Brave New Technology" and "The Federal AI Shambles" At Inside Higher Education, Susan D'Agostino has basically cornered the Higher Ed AI beat. On October 26, IHE posted her article "Machines Can Craft Essays. How Should Writing Be Taught Now?", and that was followed by another, and another, and yet another, until the most recent (as of this podcast's drop) "Chat GPT is Here. But Most Faculty Lack AI Policies." HUMANITIES WORKS: Myths and Realities about Humanities Majors The Knowledge Navigator Video from Apple–an amazing piece of speculative fiction. Though as outlandish as any movie when it comes to depicting a professor's office.
Althemese Pemberton Barnes founded the John G. Riley Museum in 1996, serving as the executive director; in 1997 she established the Florida African American Heritage Preservation Network, a statewide professional museum association. She had a career of 30 years with Florida's Departments of Education and Labor, retiring in 1995. Her works include: several oral history and cultural development projects, historical publications, heritage trail maps, guides, and documentaries. She is a member of the American Alliance of Museums, the Florida Association of Museums, the National Association of African American Museums, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Ms. Barnes received a B.S. and an M.S. from Florida A&M University. In 2013, Ms. Barnes oversaw the construction of a $300,000 Visitors Center addition to the Riley Museum property. She left a $900,000 Endowment Fund invested for the upkeep of both the Center and Riley House for the future upon her retirement as Executive Director in October 2014. Continuing her work in historic preservation, Althemese worked with the City of Tallahassee and Leon County Governments, and co-chaired a Smokey Hollow Commemoration Group. In September 2015, Althemese received the Greater Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Leadership Award, the highest annual award of this organization.
HOUR1 Tom Steigleman is back from NCAA Championships in Orlando Trademark case on toy company copying Jack Daniels bottle for dog poop joke goes to U.S. Supreme Court. / (MB) https://www.morningbrew.com/daily/stories/scotus-hears-case-on-a-jack-daniels-knockoff-dog-toy?President Biden's assessment of whether or not to bailout regional banks could become a big re-election liability / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2023/03/23/1165268118/biden-bank-failures-fallout-2024Tom S talks about his Florida food and restaurant choices on his trip.California's drought isn't over yet / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2023/03/23/1165378214/3-reasons-why-californias-drought-isnt-really-over-despite-all-the-rainHOUR 2 James Ackerman, President & CEO of Prison Fellowship re this weekend's Governor's Prayer Breakfast Dan Moore, Anchorage's Treasurer on Prop 11 / https://www.muni.org/Departments/finance/treasury/trustfund/Pages/default.aspxDoug from Palmer with a Hamline University update re a faculty firing issue The Anchorage Assembly is threatening litigation if Mayor Dave Bronson's administration pays a private contractor without Assembly approval. / (ANS) https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2023/03/23/assembly-threatens-litigation-against-bronson-administration-contracting-approval-dispute/
In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. James Giordano about narrowing in on the cause of Havana Syndrome, a mysterious illness targeting the intelligence community. Havana Syndrome was first identified in 2016, when diplomats and intel officers working in Havana, Cuba began experiencing a mysterious set of symptoms. Dr. Giordano was one of the experts tasked to investigate the cause of Havana Syndrome, and while other reports of Havana Syndrome have occurred in other locations, this podcast will focus on what happened in Havana in 2016. "Dr James Giordano is Pellegrino Center Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry, and Chief of the Neuroethics Program at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC. He is Senior Bioethicist of the Defense Medical Ethics Center, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences/Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, and is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Brain Science, Health Promotions, and Ethics at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences, Coburg, Germany. He is the author of over 350 peer-reviewed publications, 9 books, and 40 government reports on brain science, ethics, and biosecurity. Dr. Giordano was elected to the European Academy of Science and Arts; is an International Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (UK); was a Senior Fellow and Task Leader of the EU Human Brain Project; and was an appointed member of the US Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections."You can contact Dr. Eeks at bloomingwellness.com.Follow Eeks on Instagram here.Or Facebook here.Or Twitter.Subcribe to her newsletter here.Support the show
Please support the podcast by taking our short listener survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/intotheimpossible Be sure to watch the video of this episode on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/hDKGF5W4Qis?sub_confirmation=1 Where does consciousness come from? Can we cure autism? Can we grow a human BRAIN in Space? Dr. Alysson Muotri joins me to discuss all these fascinating questions and more. Brain organoids are lab-grown minibrains that mimic structural and functional features of full-size brains. They are created by culturing pluripotent stem cells in a three-dimensional rotational bioreactor, and they develop over a course of months. Brain organoids have emerged as novel model systems that can be used to investigate human brain development and disorders34, as well as evolutionary studies and neural network research Muotri is a Professor at the Departments of Pediatrics and Cellular & Molecular Medicine at UC San Diego, an Associate Director of CARTA, The Center for Research and Training in Anthropology, and Director of the Stem Cell Program, and of the Archealization Center (ArchC) at UC San Diego. He moved to the Salk Institute as Pew Latin America Fellow in 2002 for postdoctoral training in the fields of neuroscience and stem cell biology. His research focuses on brain evolution and modeling neurological diseases using human-induced pluripotent stem cells and brain organoids. He has an additional focus on solving one of life's greatest mysteries: What is it that makes us uniquely human? Our unique social brains are one of the key distinguishing factors between humans and other primates. We are even very different from our closest relatives, the Neanderthals. His work has implications for the generation of human disease models by determining the molecular and cellular mechanisms driving neurological complex disorders, such as autism. It is also creating opportunities for identifying and testing novel therapeutic approaches. Understanding the evolutionary path and the tradeoffs of the modern human brain will likely illuminate the origins of human disease. Dr. Moutri has received several awards, including the prestigious NIH Director's New Innovator Award, NARSAD, Emerald Foundation Young Investigator Award, Surugadai Award, Rock Star of Innovation, NIH EUREKA Award, and two Telly Awards for Excellence in Science Communication. Links: Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine: cmm.ucsd.edu Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny: carta.anthropogeny.org/users/alysson-muotri the Archealization Center: Archc.ucsd.edu Subscribe to the Jordan Harbinger Show for amazing content from Apple's best podcast of 2018! https://www.jordanharbinger.com/podcasts Please leave a rating and review: On Apple devices, click here, https://apple.co/39UaHlB On Spotify it's here: https://spoti.fi/3vpfXok On Audible it's here https://tinyurl.com/wtpvej9v Find other ways to rate here: https://briankeating.com/podcast Support the podcast on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/drbriankeating or become a Member on YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmXH_moPhfkqCk6S3b9RWuw/join To advertise with us, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this insightful solo episode of Crime, Corruption, and Compliance, host Michael Volkov delves into the details of the first-of-its-kind Joint Compliance Note (JCN) regarding the evasion of Russia sanctions and export controls. This noteworthy document has been jointly issued by the United States Justice Department, the Department of Commerce, and the Treasury Department, highlighting its significance in the world of compliance.Throughout the episode, Michael explores the critical red flag lists, government expectations, and alerts to common high-risk scenarios provided by the JCN, emphasizing the crucial role it plays in guiding organizations through potential compliance challenges. With the U.S. Russia Sanctions and Export Control Program being unprecedented in its scope and complexity, Michael sheds light on the challenges faced by trade compliance officers and the steps organizations can take to mitigate risks.Key ideas you'll hear in this episode:The JCN is an essential resource for compliance professionals, detailing red flags and tactics used by organizations and individuals to evade applicable sanctions and export controls.The joint issuance of this document by DOJ, OFAC, and BIS highlights the importance placed on organizations to implement and maintain risk-based compliance programs.Third-party intermediaries and transshipment points are often exploited to disguise the involvement of specially designated nationals (SDNs) or parties on the BIS entity list in transactions, obscuring the true identities of end-users.The JCN provides an invaluable list of red flags to watch for if a company suspects that a customer is using a third party to evade sanctions or export controls, with real-world examples for context. Some of the red flags to watch out for include:Use of corporate vehicles, such as shell companies, to obscure ownership, source of funds, or countries involved.A customer's reluctance to share information about the end use of a product.Use of shell companies for international wire transfers.Declining customary installation, training, or maintenance services.Mismatched IP addresses that do not correspond to a customer's reported location data.Last-minute changes to shipping instructions contrary to customer history or business practices.Payments coming from a third-party country or business not listed on the end-user statement.Use of personal email accounts instead of company email addresses.Operation of complex and/or international businesses using residential addresses or addresses common to multiple closely held corporate entities.Changes to standard letters of engagement that obscure the ultimate customer.Transactions involving a change in shipments or payments previously scheduled for Russia or Belarus.Transactions involving entities with little or no web presence.Routing purchases through certain transshipment points commonly used to illegally redirect restricted items to Russia or Belarus.In the face of potential violations, companies are encouraged to utilize voluntary disclosure programs maintained by DOJ, OFAC, and BIS.Compliance and trade compliance professionals should review the JCN thoroughly to ensure overall trade compliance and be ready to conduct additional due diligence when confronted with any red flags.KEY QUOTES:"When multiple red flags come up, organizations are expected to screen the entities and persons involved and then conduct additional risk-based due diligence on customers, intermediaries, and counterparties." - Michael Volkov"In other words, not only do you need to screen, but they're going to require you, and they're going to second guess you on the issue of whether you should have done additional due diligence. And that's important." - Michael VolkovResourcesMichael Volkov on LinkedIn | TwitterThe Volkov Law Group
The speaker's handout may be found here: https://tinyurl.com/mry498c9 This lecture was given on February 15, 2023, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Stephen Meredith is a professor at the University of Chicago's Departments of Pathology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Neurology. He is also an associate faculty member in the University of Chicago Divinity School. He has published more than 100 journal articles, focusing on the biophysics of protein structure. Much of his work has been the application of solution and solid-state NMR to the study of amyloid proteins associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease. He has also published articles on literature and philosophy in diverse aspects of medical humanities and bioethics. His teaching includes courses to graduate students in biochemistry and biophysics, medical students, and undergraduates and graduate students in the humanities, including courses on James Joyce's Ulysses, St. Thomas Aquinas, Augustine, Dostoevsky (focusing on Brothers Karamazov), Thomas Mann and David Foster Wallace. He is currently working on a book examining disease and the theological problem of evil. Other current writing projects include a study of James Joyce and the problem of evil.
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Today's guest is Dr. Emeran Mayer, a Distinguished Research Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Physiology, and Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. He is a world-renowned gastroenterologist and neuroscientist with 35 years of experience in the study of clinical and neurobiological aspects of how the digestive system and the nervous system interact in health and disease. Today, we discuss his bestselling book, The Mind-Gut Connection: How the Hidden Conversation Within Our Bodies Impacts Our Mood, Our Choices, and Our Overall Health. The book combines neuroscience with the latest discoveries on the human microbiome with lots of insights on the biological link between the mind and the digestive system. He shares the science behind the mind-gut communication pipeline…and discusses how we can harness the power of this connection to take charge of our health and listen to the innate wisdom of our bodies. Our favorite quote: “The time has come for us to empower ourselves to be the engineers of our own internal ecosystem and our bodies and minds.”
From journalist Ida B. Wells to poet Maya Angelou to Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul music, Black women have made important contributions to the United States in a variety of areas, including politics, science, the arts, and social justice. Celebrating and recognizing Black women during Women's History Month is an important way to honor their legacy and inspire future generations. In this episode we talk about how Black women have played a crucial role in advancing human rights and freedoms, contributing to our knowledge base, and improving our world with Dr. Ashley Farmer an associate professor in the Departments of History and African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Read more - https://clarivate.com/podcasts/ideas-to-innovation-season-two/
Dr. Bill Stoops provides an overview of the pharmacology, effects, and prevalence of cocaine, in addition to treatments for cocaine use disorder. Dr. Bill Stoops is an Associate Director for Clinical Science in the Substance Use Priority Research Area, and a Professor in the Departments of Behavioral Science, Psychiatry, and Psychology, and in the Center for Drug and Alcohol Research, at the University of Kentucky.
As an interdisciplinary researcher in the psycholinguistics and computer science field, Assistant Professor Allyson Ettinger from the Departments of Linguistics and Computer Science talks about how she finds herself intrigued by languages (both natural human languages and programming languages) and the processing of it in human and computer brains. Listen to her comments on the recent development of public interest in Artificial Intelligence and her story of becoming a professor at the University of Chicago.
In this episode, Early Career Editor Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD speaks with Briana Stephenson, PhD (she/her/hers), an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Biostatistics and the School of Publication about her recent publication, “Racial and ethnic heterogeneity in diets of low-income adult females in the United States: results from National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys from 2011 to 2018” in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Dr Stephenson discusses her research on robust profile clustering as an extension of latent class models to define dietary patterns in population subgroups, focusing in this analysis on low-income female adults to identify racial and ethnic differences in dietary patterns. As Dr Stephenson noted (as of March 2022), she is currently recruiting a postdoc in Statistical Methods in Population Health Disparities research.Be sure to connect with us! Dr Stephenson, @BJKstephenson; AJCN: @AJCNutrition; Dr. Klatt: @kcklatt. Find all of the publications from the American Society for Nutrition (@nutritionorg; @jnutritionorg) at our website: https://nutrition.org/publications/.
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Simon Baron-Cohen about various components of autism. They define autism, discuss the systematizing mechanism and the if-and-then logic, and talk about the empathy circuit. They discuss how the systematizing quotient (SQ) and the empathy quotient (EQ) correspond with research on Big-5 personality and intelligence research. They mention some of the sex differences between between the SQ and EQ, evolutionary elements of invention, autism in present times, and many other topics.Simon Baron-Cohen is a Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry University of Cambridge and Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge. He is Director of the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge, which he set up in 1997. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, the British Academy, the Academy of Medical Sciences, and the American Psychological Association. He is Vice-President of the National Autistic Society, and was President of the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR, 2017-19). He was Chair of the NICE Guideline Development Group for Autism (Adults) and was Chair of the Psychology Section of the British Academy. He is coeditor in chief of the journal Molecular Autism which has the highest impact factor of all autism research journals. He received a knighthood in the New Year's Honors List 2021. He has published over 700 peer reviewed scientific articles, which have made contributions to many aspects of autism research. He is also the author of five books including the most recent, The Pattern Seekers. You can find his work at his website. Twitter: @sbaroncohen This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
Welcome back, for another episode of the “22 Lessons on Ethics and Technology” series. In this episode, I speak with Dr. Lauren Klein about the complicated relationship between data, race, and gender, and what she calls “data feminism.” What is the relationship between data visualizations, representation, and construction of categories—and difference? How have visualizations constructed race and gender? And how can a feminist data science approach help in constructing a more just and equal world? Dr. Lauren Klein is an associate professor in the Departments of English and Quantitative Theory & Methods at Emory University. She received her A.B. from Harvard University and her Ph.D. from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). Her research interests include digital humanities, data science, data studies, and early American literature. Before arriving at Emory, Klein taught in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech where she directed the Digital Humanities Lab. She is currently at work on two major projects: the first, Data by Design, is an interactive book on the history of data visualization. Awarded an NEH-Mellon Fellowship for Digital Publication, Data by Design emphasizes how the modern visualizing impulse emerged from a set of complex intellectually and politically-charged contexts in the United States and across the Atlantic. Her second project, tentatively titled Vectors of Freedom, employs a range of quantitative methods in order to surface the otherwise invisible forms of labor, agency, and action involved in the abolitionist movement of the nineteenth-century United States. Dr. Klein is the author of An Archive of Taste: Race and Eating in the Early United States (University of Minnesota Press, 2020). This book shows how thinking about eating can help to tell new stories about the range of people, from the nation's first presidents to their enslaved chefs, who worked to establish a cultural foundation for the United States. Klein is also the co-author (with Catherine D'Ignazio) of Data Feminism (MIT Press, 2020), a trade book that explores the intersection of feminist thinking and data science. With Matthew K. Gold, she edits Debates in the Digital Humanities (University of Minnesota Press), a hybrid print/digital publication stream that explores debates in the field as they emerge. The most recent book in this series is Debates in the Digital Humanities 2019.
Andrew Herr is the founder and CEO of Fount. Fount is crafting the operating system for the human body. To start, it provides extremely high-touch personal health services to clients: blood tests, fitness plans, meal prep, supplements, and much more to meet its clients personalized health needs. But Fount is running a series of experiments that will allow it to develop software that scales its luxury health services to millions of customers. Andrew Herr knows more about health & fitness than perhaps anyone on the planet. Prior to his current positions, Andrew led studies on the future of human performance and biotechnology for the Department of Defense, taught courses on optimizing performance to U.S. Government personnel preparing for deployment to Afghanistan and Iraq, and worked with the Departments of Homeland Security and Energy on emerging technology strategy, nuclear weapons detection, and radiation dosimetry. Andrew has been selected as a Mad Scientist by the U.S. Army's Training and Doctrine Command, a Fellow by the Synthetic Biology Leadership Excellence Accelerator Program, a Leader of Tomorrow by Global Biotech Revolution, a Next Generation Fellow by the Center for a New American Security, a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellow by the U.S. Department of Education, and a Science & Technology Fellow by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He also regularly judges at iGEM, the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/notboring/message
Richard J. Schwab, MD, DABSM, Head of Sleep Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and the Co-Medical Director, Penn Sleep Center, discusses the pathogenesis of obstructive sleep apnea, and obstructive sleep apnea treatment. Podcast Points: What is obstructive sleep apnea? What causes sleep apnea in some, when others seem to avoid it, and what can you do about it? How do soft tissues impact sleep? Dr. Schwab provides some background on his work and the various sleep problems that exist. He talks about sleep apnea, and why there is so much left to understand. Why does it happen when we sleep? He discusses soft tissue structures and lateral walls and other factors that can lead to airway paths collapsing. Dr. Schwab's extensive research seeks to target the pathogenesis of obstructive sleep apnea by using advanced upper airway imaging techniques. His studies help further explain the motion of various key structures of the upper airway and the role they play in airway closure. Dr. Schwab talks about the biomechanics of apneic events. He provides information on how they utilize magnetic resonance imaging and electronic beam computed tomography during sleep, as well as wakefulness, to study patients. Dr. Schwab talks about abnormal craniofacial structures as well as soft tissue, and how they can potentially impact sleep apnea occurrences. He discusses mouth breathing, studies they conducted on tongue fat, and how it all could impact breathing issues. As he states, if you naturally have a narrow airway, as movement occurs when you sleep, apnea could be initiated. He provides an in-depth discussion of how tissues move, and studies they have done on wakefulness. But he states there are more studies on sleep and breathing that they plan to do in the near future. Dr. Schwab, through his exhaustive research annually, collaborates regularly with members of the Departments of Radiology and Biomechanical and Computer Engineering. And together, the scientific researcher/developers have designed an extremely advanced, computer graphics-based analysis software that can assist with modeling, in three dimensions, of the biomechanical interrelationships that exist between soft tissue structures and the upper airway. Want to find out more about Dr. Schwab and his work? Visit https://www.pennmedicine.org/providers/profile/richard-schwab now! Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Welcome back to the Bill Bradley Collective, where this week your hosts deep dive the life and presidency of James Earl “Jimmy” Carter Jr. With Carter recently placed in hospice care in this the 99th year of an illustrious American life, now seems a better time than ever to examine the history of America's oldest living former President. Carter's history is complicated, and that is the tenor of this week's episode. Join us as we look at the man and politician responsible for granting amnesty to Vietnam War defectors as a first act in office, establishing the Departments of both Energy and Education, and a post-Presidential life devoted to charity and ambitious social and political projects. The flip side of the Carter coin is his pre-Presidency, with tenures as State Senator and Governor of his native Georgia, terms and elections marred by appeals to racist rhetoric in the name of electoral expediency. The life, times and legacy of Jimmy Carter: this week on the Bill Bradley Collective. But not before another epic trilogy of rants from your hosts, where Ed decries the tragic victory of star player, hot-shot coach, and a collegiate program enjoying unprecedented success over material accountability in the fatal shooting over a 23-year old woman; Zak gets you up to speed on the many ills surrounding Collective villainess MTG's call for a “national divorce”; and finally Andrew offers a preview of LIV Golf's follow-up season with hopes for yet another large-scale failure both on-course and in trying to sports-wash their Saudi financiers.
Once Upon A Time...In Adopteeland
Ed Knight graduated George Washington University with a B.A. in Journalism. (his late adoptive father studied law there.) He worked at The Washington Post for many years in the Circulation and I.T. Departments, starting as a clerk, and ending up as a database administrator.Ed took an early retirement after finding his biological family and needing time to, “find myself”. In Reunion with biological family, and still close to adoptive family Ed just consider them one big family now, from his point of view. He married Steven Frank in 2009, and in relationship since 1982. Steven was born Deaf and went blind later in life. Consequently, Ed knows ASL, and tactile ASL. He is active in his church, St. Barnabas Church of the Deaf (Episcopal), as volunteer.A member of Sons of the American Revolution after proving descent from patriot ancestor Joshua Smith, with the help of his natural mother, who is a former member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Ed is active in his local chapter. His late natural father was also active in the SAR, having served a term as President of the DC Society of the SAR.Ed is in Year Three of the Master Artist Program at The Compass Atelier, in Rockville, MD. His website is epscottart.comEd referenced Adoptees United and Gregory Luce https://adopteesunited.org/Music by Corey Quinn and Invitational by MDT
Go Beyond: The Pursuant Listening Experience for Nonprofits
The lines between responsibilities and budgets of the marketing and fundraising departments can often blur at nonprofits. Although each department brings important and unique assets to an organization, when they align and work together, they can create a more impactful experience for constituents. In this episode, Pursuant CEO, Trent Ricker spoke with Sue Citro, Chief Experience Officer at Best Friends Animal Society about ways leaders can encourage collaboration between the fundraising and marketing departments to create optimal stewardship experiences. As Chief Experience Officer, Sue ensures that the marketing communications, fundraising, and experience teams are working in unison to create the best experience possible for donors and people who interact with Best Friends Animal Society. Where should stewardship live? “I lead a team that is a three-legged stool,” Sue explains. “Development is one of the legs, marketing communications is the second and experience is the third. We have stewardship pulled out from marketing and development, but we are all part of one bigger team together.” By pulling stewardship out of the fundraising department, Sue believes it encourages people in all departments of the organization to participate in stewardship. According to Best Friends, 4.6 million cats and dogs entered animal shelters in 2021 alone. These numbers make the work they do critically important and their focused efforts on stewardship have allowed them to gain and retain donors and volunteers. Here's how they do it: Sue's Stewardship Sauce: Saying thank you “It is cool to say thank you,” said Sue. Taking the time to thank your donors and volunteers at all levels will make them feel valued and continue working with your organization. Emails and calls Emailing and calling donors and volunteers to say thank you is the bare minimum. Sue suggests getting creative with these calls. At Best Friends, her staff has received notoriety for their points of contact by letting constituents know exactly where their money is going by introducing the dog their donation helped keep alive for example. Engaging with new donors and keeping them as long-term donors Rather than exclusively writing to high-value donors, Sue writes thank you notes to new donors on a daily basis. She says letting them know we value them and are excited to have them there is key to retention. Creating unique experiences Creating a memorable experience for constituents is vital to every organization. At Best Friends, donors can feed pigs and regularly engage with the animals they are helping support. This leaves a lasting impact and lets them see first-hand the value of their contribution. Put yourself in the constituents' shoes If you were a donor or volunteer, how would you want to be treated? What experiences come to mind and how can you make that happen for your supporters? Sue suggests actually asking your constituents and putting their feedback into action. Sue says keeping the constituent journey at top of mind rather than getting caught up in “what marketing does” or “what fundraising does” will lead to the best outcome.
Welcome back to the Relatable Voice podcast! Today, we are speaking with Molina Jean-Louis. Molina is a physical therapist and new author, and her latest book Postal Codes for the 10 Departments of Haiti is out now. Find out more at @molinathept Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Christine Wittich, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor at the University of Nebraska, joins the show to continue our discussion on earthquakes from last week, but this time from a structural engineering perspective. We initially planned to discuss Christine's research on the usage of social media by state departments of transportation during emergencies, but given Christine's expertise on structural engineering and the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria, we discuss both topics during this episode.TwitterGus Hurwitz @GusHurwitzUNL College of Engineering @NebEngineeringNebraska Governance and Technology Center @UNL_NGTCLinksChristine Wittich BioNebraska Governance and Technology Center
Interview with Jason Stirbinskis, MD of Los Cerros (ASX: LCL)Los Cerros Limited is an Australia-based gold/copper exploration company. The Company is focused on the Quinchia and Andes Portfolios in Colombia, which are approximately 70 kilometers apart and located in Colombia's Mid- Cauca copper/gold porphyry belt. The Company's projects include Quinchia Gold Project and Andes Gold Project. The Quinchia Gold Project is located in central west Colombia, 100 kilometers south of Medellin in the department of Risaralda and in a district known for its high grade epithermal and breccia hosted gold/silver, and porphyry hosted gold/silver/copper systems. The Andes Gold Project is located in Antioquia, Risaralda and Choco, Departments of Colombia. It covers a larger area of early-stage exploration in the state of Antioquia 70 kilometers north of Quinchia. The Company's Andes and Quinchia Gold Projects sits on the Miocene aged, Mid-Cauca Gold Belt in a sub-section of the belt that hosts many copper gold porphyry discoveries.
In this episode of the ChinaPower Podcast, Bonnie Glaser joins us to discuss the recent changes to U.S.-China relations. She first explains how a large Chinese surveillance balloon transited continental United States in early February 2023 with communications surveillance equipment on board, potentially collecting data from sensitive military installations. Ms. Glaser argues that Secretary Blinken's trip to China was postponed due to a combination of domestic and international pressures resulting from the balloon incident. Lastly, she explains that despite potential meetings between U.S and Chinese leadership later this year, U.S.-China relations will likely face difficulties moving forward due to a lack of trust. Bonnie S. Glaser is managing director of the German Marshall Fund's Indo-Pacific program and the host of the China Global podcast. She is also a nonresident fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney, Australia, and a senior associate with the Pacific Forum. She was previously director of GMF's Asia program, and senior adviser for Asia and the director of the China Power Project at CSIS. Ms. Glaser has worked at the intersection of Asia-Pacific geopolitics and US policy for more than three decades. From 2008 to mid-2015, she was a senior adviser with the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, and from 2003 to 2008, she was a senior associate in the CSIS International Security Program. Prior to joining CSIS, she served as a consultant for various U.S. government offices, including the Departments of Defense and State.
What We're Learning About Learning
Bios Featured in this episode: heath pearson, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology Amanda Phillips, Associate Professor, Departments of English, Women's and Gender Studies, Film & Media Studies, and American Studies Sivagami Subbaraman, Adjunct Professor, Department of Performing Arts; Former Founding Director for LGBTQ Resource Center (2008-2021) Elizabeth Velez, Adjunct Professor, Prisons and Justice Initiative; Professional Lecturer, Women's Studies Program Georgetown Resources LGBTQ Resource Center at Georgetown Women's and Gender Studies ResearchGuide- GU Library LGBTQ+ & Queer Studies Research Guide - GU Library LGBTQ History at Georgetown - GU Library Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) The Prospect blog Additional Research/Scholarship Berheide, C. W., Carpenter, M. A. & Cotter, D. A. (2022). Teaching College in the Time of COVID-19: Gender and Race Differences in Faculty Emotional Labor. Sex Roles, 86, 441–455. Cheryan, S., Plaut, V. C., Davies, P. G., & Steele, C. M. (2009). Ambient belonging: How stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, 1045–1060. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0016239 Chin, M. J., Quinn, D. M., Dhaliwal, T. K., & Lovison, V. S. (2020). Bias in the Air: A Nationwide Exploration of Teachers' Implicit Racial Attitudes, Aggregate Bias, and Student Outcomes. Educational Researcher, 49(8), 566–578. https://doi.org/10.3102/0013189X20937240 Davis, H.F.. (2017). Beyond trans: Does gender matter? New York: NYU Press. Good, C. , Rattan, A. & Dweck, C. S. (2012). Why Do Women Opt Out? Sense of Belonging and Women's Representation in Mathematics. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102(4), 700-717. doi: 10.1037/a0026659. Harbin, B. (2016). Teaching beyond the gender binary in the university classroom. Updated by Roberts, L.M. et al., (2020). Vanderbilt Center for Teaching. Retrieved [2/9/23] from: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/teaching-beyond-the-gender-binary-in-the-university-classroom/ For more research, visit our episode webpage.
Several Vermont sheriff departments have come under scrutiny in the past year following drastic turnover, allegations of misconduct or unusual financial activity. Two sheriffs — one former, one recently sworn in — face criminal charges. The Legislature is considering a constitutional amendment, as a long-term measure to increase oversight. Some lawmakers are also considering a bill that would bar sheriffs from pocketing fees off private contracts. In this episode, VTDigger reporters Tiffany Tan, Alan Keays, Ethan Weinstein and Shaun Robinson recap their reporting on recent events in five Vermont sheriffs' departments.
What is ideal software for drone departments in Construction Companies? are there any alternatives? Today's episode is brought to you by Drone U courses and Drone U membership. With over 41 courses covering range of topics, from business growth, safe flying to wedding videography, Drone U courses have been tailored to give you the best value for your membership. Know more about Drone U courses and how our membership can give you access to all our online content and our new offering to only Drone U members - the Drone U members only monthly coaching calls. On today's show we discuss Trimble Business Centre (TBC) software and if its a great tool for drone departments in construction companies. Our question for today is from Chris Verdugo who is taking over the drone department at the construction company he works for, and Chris would like to know if TBC that is being used by the drone department is the best choice for his companies and what alternatives he would need to look at. Congratulations on the new role, Chris. We are happy to look into TBC today and assess if TBC is the right tool for your department and also discuss our insights into using tools and managing data at construction companies. We start off today's reply by answering what TBC is used for in today's industry and go over its features and uses. When then briefly touch upon the many questions that need to be asked as one reviews and assesses their strategy to data management. We discuss how teams can wisely choose their equipment and software for optimal results keeping in mind the different requirements of a construction company. On today's show we also look at some alternatives to TBC and if the value they provide. Lastly we discuss if other solutions like Wingtra can completely replace the need for TBC and review some customer requirements in the construction industry from drone pilots. Tune In to this podcast if you are looking to optimize and re-strategize your current data management operations. Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps: [06:15] Today's question TBC software for construction companies [07:30] What is TBC used for? [08:48] Questions that one can ask as they strategize their data management [10:52] What are the competitors and alternatives to TBC [11:42] What are the difficulties of running a drone department? [13:50] Is TBC the right tool and are there alternatives to the workflow for TBC? [15:31] What are the customer requirements in today's construction industry [17:47] Can a Wingtra be a better alternative to using an extra geo referencing tool?
Bringing the Human back to Human Resources
Jodi Brandstetter believes every HR professional needs to use design thinking methodology to solve complex HR challenges. With over 20 years of HR experience and a certification in design thinking, Jodi is a guide to solving complex HR challenges with a creative and innovative method, design thinking. Her first book, Hire By Design, is the playbook for strategic and intentional human-focused talent acquisition. Her second book, HR By Design, is the playbook for strategic and intentional human-focused people operations. In 2022, Jodi founded By Design Brainery, a design thinking academy for HR professionals. Jodi lives outside of Cincinnati, OH with her husband, Ron, daughter, Lena and her fur-child – Dali. This episode is sponsored by CultureBot - get 50% off your first 6 months: https://getculturebot.com/bringing-the-human-back.html?utm_source=advisor&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=advisor_traci This episode is sponsored by Namely - get the first month free: https://namely.com/humanhr Connect with Jodi here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodibrandstetter/ Read Jodi's book "HR by Design": https://www.amazon.com/HR-Design-Solving-Challenges-Thinking-ebook/dp/B09VZR2BL6 Read Jodi's book "Hire by Design": https://www.amazon.com/Hire-Design-Hiring-Blueprint-Thinking-ebook/dp/B08J2MRNF7 Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Disclaimer: Thoughts, opinions, and statements made on this podcast are not a reflection of the thoughts, opinions, and statements of the Company by whom Traci Chernoff is actively employed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/support