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Making It Big In 30 Minutes
Shanaé Burch ‘13 on Making it in Public Health

Making It Big In 30 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:08


Shanaé Burch is a storyteller at heart and is now using her roots in the theater to revive health and reconcile hearts while pursuing an EdD in Public Health at Columbia University. Her path may seem like a winding one but as she shares her experiences on the stage, in the classroom and as a co-editor of Poetry for the Public's Health, you'll find that this Emerson alum is a living embodiment of our motto, Innovation in Communication and the Arts. Recorded on August 2, 2022. Find more of Shanaé on IG/Twitter @shanaerebecca and shanaeburch.comMore of Georgette at georgettepierre.comAnd more about Emerson College at emerson.edu

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
Ep. 87 - (Part 3) The AMSN Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Initiative

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 28:22


Hear the story behind AMSN's DEI Initiative and learn about the valuable resources available to you as Parker and Laura welcome AMSN and MSNCB CEO Terri Hinkley for the conclusion of our three-part series about AMSN's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness (DEI) Initiative. SPECIAL GUEST       Terri Hinkley, EdD, MBA, BScN, RN, CAE has been the CEO of AMSN and MSNCB since 2017. Terri has 10 years of association management experience, coupled with over 32 years in acute care nursing in the healthcare setting. Terri received her RN from Centennial College, BScN from York University, an Executive MBA from Athabasca University, and an Ed.D. in the Executive Leadership (ELP) Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) Program at the George Washington University GUEST CO-HOST Laura Johnson, MSN, RN, CMSRN has been a nurse since 2008 with a background in Med/Surg and Oncology.  She has held many positions throughout my career including management and leadership.  Laura obtained her MSN in nursing education in 2018.  Since then, she has worked as a bedside educator with both experienced staff and nurse residency with specialties in end of life and mentorship.  She is currently working as an NPD practitioner for oncology and bone marrow transplant units.  CO-HOST Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. She attended the University of Virginia and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing. Since then she has pursued geriatric and palliative care nursing and developed a love for general medicine, which is where her foundation for med-surg nursing was built. As a young nurse looking for ways to bridge engagement between generations of nurses, she is excited about what this podcast will mean for AMSN. 

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
77. Teach Me Something Tuesday - Practicing Self Care with Dr. Dawn Brown

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 5:05


Are you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, barely making it through the day or the week? Then you do not want to miss this episode! In this episode of Teach Me Something Tuesday on the Healthcare Education Transformation podcast, Dr. Dawn Brown talks about the importance of practicing self care, especially when you feel like you're barely holding on.  Dr. Dawn S. Brown PT, DPT, EdD, OCS is an Assistant Professor at Governors State University (GSU) Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, with over 22 years of clinical and educational experience. She completed a Bachelor of Psychology degree and Master of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University, a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Alabama State University, and a Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Administration from Northern Illinois University. Dr. Brown earned ABPTS board-certification in orthopaedic physical therapy, and uses this content expertise in her andragogy and clinical practice. Her research explores leadership, motivation, and belongingness in physical therapy education and clinical practice, all through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is a national speaker on leadership, motivation, and belongingness, and holds several leadership positions within the APTA and IPTA to be Special thanks to our sponsor, The NPTE Final Frontier, www.NPTEFF.com, and if you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! You can also reach out to them on Instagram Feel free to reach out to us at:  Website  |  Facebook | Twitter |  Youtube Instagram: HET Podcast  | Dawn Brown | F Scott Feil | Dawn Magnusson | Farley Schweighart | Mahlon Stewart | Lisa Vanhoose For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

The GIST of It
Ep #222: NCAA women's basketball season preview

The GIST of It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 22:24


Happy hoops season! On today's episode of The GIST of It, Steph Rotz and guest host Lauren Tuiskula are celebrating with a NCAA women's basketball season preview.They'll discuss the season setup, the top contenders, the players to keep an eye on and more. It's tip-off time, baby.Thank you to Nike for supporting today's episode! Just in time for the start of the new women's basketball season, Nike teamed up with WNBA and former NCAA standout Elena Delle Donne to create the “Together We Fly” shoe, one of the most inclusive shoes ever, inspired by EDD's sister who was born with autism and cerebral palsy. Fashionable and functional? We're obsessed. Shop now at nike.com: https://www.nike.com/t/air-deldon-together-we-fly-basketball-shoes. More on The GIST: Subscribe: thegistsports.com/subscribepodTwitter: @thegistpodEmail: pod@thegistsports.com IG: @thegistca @thegistusa

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast
Hygiene Chat: Biofilm Beware - Disrupting Biofilm Using Ultrasonic Scalers

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 19:28


In this Hygiene Chat, Kara Vavrosky, RDHEP, sat down with Dr. Emily Boge, EdD, RDH, CDA, to discuss biofilm management using ultrasonic scalers, even with your healthiest patients. Podcast originally posted as a video on Kara RDH's Facebook page on November 1, 2022: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/videos/2206814892814483 This podcast is sponsored by Dentsply Sirona. Discover the science behind Cavitron Ultrasonic Scalers at https://www.dentsplysirona.com/en-us/discover/discover-by-topic/by-category/preventive/biofilm-beware.html Need CE? Check out the latest courses at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/

The Creative Psychotherapist
81. Jane Ferris Richardson | Multiple Languages for Expression: Art, Play, & Autism

The Creative Psychotherapist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 67:45


FEATURED GUESTS: Jane Ferris Richardson EdD, LMHC, ATR-BC, RPT-S, is a Board-Certified Art Therapist and an active, exhibiting artist. She is an associate professor and core faculty member in art therapy at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Jane holds an EdD from Boston University School of Education, where she was managing editor of the Journal of Education. Her professional credentials include Registered Play Therapist- Supervisor, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Her recent book on art therapy and autism, Art as a Language for Autism: Creating Therapeutic Relationships with Children on the Autism Spectrum was published in July by Routledge. Jane maintains a private practice with children and families, with specialties in young children and children with special needs. She uses a developmentally based, integrative approach to working with children, merging play and expressive approaches. Her approach is informed by her experience as a preschool educator, early childhood mental health consultant, and early intervention senior clinician. Lesley University has an ongoing relationship with the Reggio Emilia approach, and Jane has travelled to Reggio for an International Study Group on children with special rights, as well as participating in Reggio events locally. Her work with expressive “languages” for children with autism has led her to collaboration nationally and internationally in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Most recently she taught in a training for therapists, medical professionals, and parents of children with special needs in Delhi, India, and Dhaka, Bangladesh and an Autism and the Arts workshop in Paris. Jane has published and presented on autism and art therapy, play therapy, and the importance of multiple languages for expression. She has also written about art therapy in Asia, based on collaboration in China. LISTEN & LEARN: What is the Reggio Emilia Approach® to early childhood development. How Jane considers multiple languages for expression within her work with children. The importance of choice within the therapy room when working with children. How Jane has used the creative process with parents to help them buy into play and art therapy. The importance of recognizing the multiple forms of communication that occur within therapy without use of words. The role of balance within a child-centered approach to therapy and ways that the therapist can invite opportunities to create balance which the client may not readily recognize. RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Jane's practice website http://www.transformative.info Book coupon: https://selfesteemshop.com/product/art-as-a-language-for-autism/ Nonspeaking Valedictorian gives Speech to Graduating Class

The Race F1 Tech Show
Explaining F1's tyre blanket row + why Ferrari suffered in Mexico

The Race F1 Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 48:43


On this week's episode of The Race F1 Tech Show, host Edd Straw and former F1 technical director Gary Anderson dig into a couple of big technical talking points from the recent Mexico City Grand Prix and delve into the finer points of the controversy around the future of tyre blankets. Gary kicks off the podcast by discussing the complex issue of cooling an F1 car at altitude, before explaining the key reason as to why Ferrari's performance suffered at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez compared to chief rivals Red Bull and Mercedes. After that, Edd and Gary discuss the ongoing back and forth between the teams, drivers, Pirelli, F1 and the FIA over the future of tyre blankets, including why the sport is set to drop the planned reduction in maximum tyre blanket temperatures next season and what that means for the proposed outright ban in 2024. And finally, Gary answers a listener question about whether F1 design inspiration could be taken by a combination of Mercedes' zero sidepod concept and the classic twin chassis Lotus 88. Want to ask us a question? Send a voicenote or email to podcasts@the-race.com The Race F1 Tech Show, brought to you by Aramco. Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. 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

New Books in Literary Studies
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Intellectual History
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

Leading Equity
LE 268: How to Run a Successful Book Club with Dr. Bridget Holloman

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 47:11


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Bridget Holloman, Ed.D. Dr. Bridget Holloman, a native of Peekskill, NY, has been an educator in the district where she was raised, Peekskill, for well over 20 years. Bridget has taught Pre-Kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. She often loops with a cohort of students, better known as scholars, as she believes having the scholars for two consecutive years allows her to develop the fundamental skills needed for future scholar success! Most recently, Dr. Holloman has been selected as the district's Parent-Family-Community Liaison. Her philosophy is to develop the whole child; all participants in the scholar's life must be involved. Step one is getting the child's parents or guardians to buy into the mindset that “academic excellence is the standard”! Dr. Holloman has an innate calling in her life to be actively involved in the education profession, not only in teaching scholars but in family and community. The words that best describe Dr. Bridget Holloman are passion, perseverance, and commitment. Dr. Holloman holds many degrees; a BA in Sociology from Binghamton University, an MA in Early Childhood Education from Norfolk University, an MEd in Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, and an EdD in Educational Leadership Administration and Policy from Fordham University. She enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, exercising, eating (salad), and spending time with her friends and family in her free time. Show Highlights Being culturally responsive at home Book study What's the point of the book study Classroom environments Facilitating a brave space Accountability outside of the book study time Pre and Post results After the book study Connect with Bridget Email Improving Literacy for Elementary School Black Boys Through Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Professional Learning Communities Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

New Books in History
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Jewish Studies
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books in Jewish Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/jewish-studies

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Alan Verskin, "A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue" (Stanford UP, 2019)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:21


In 1869, Hayyim Habshush, a Yemeni Jew, accompanied the European orientalist Joseph Halévy on his archaeological tour of Yemen. Twenty years later, Habshush wrote A Vision of Yemen a memoir of their travels, that provides a vivid account of daily life, religion, and politics. More than a simple travelogue, it is a work of trickster-tales, thick anthropological descriptions, and reflections on Jewish-Muslim relations. At its heart lies the fractious and intimate relationship between the Yemeni coppersmith and the "enlightened" European scholar and the collision between the cultures each represents. The book thus offers a powerful indigenous response to European Orientalism. A Vision of Yemen: The Travels of a European Orientalist and His Native Guide--a Translation of Hayyim Habshush's Travelogue (Stanford UP, 2019) is the first English translation of Habshush's writings from the original Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew and includes an accessible historical introduction to the work. The translation maintains Habshush's gripping style and rich portrayal of the diverse communities and cultures of Yemen, offering a potent mixture of artful storytelling and cultural criticism, suffused with humor and empathy. Habshush writes about the daily lives of men and women, rich and poor, Jewish and Muslim, during a turbulent period of war and both Ottoman and European imperialist encroachment. With this translation, Alan Verskin recovers the lost voice of a man passionately committed to his land and people. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

The Yonkō Table
The WB Merger - Celebrating 30 years of Cartoon Network!

The Yonkō Table

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 101:28


Welcome listeners to SEASON 2 - Episode 124 of The Yonkō Table! Featuring your host Yonkō, DrJaceAttorney fellow Yonkō, The GrandMasterHoop, and Supernova MrBombasticc! We all remember the classic days of returning home from school and tuning in to Cartoon Network to watch some all time classics like Ed, Edd, N' Eddy, Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Adventure Time, Ben 10, and many more! With Cartoon Network celebrating its 30 years in the business as of 2022, some uncertain times are ahead of us. WB recently announcing its merger with Cartoon Network Studios has raised many red flags of where the network will go from here. Join as as we deep dive a brief history of Cartoon Network's lifespan, and how that history can give us hints as to what may be in story for the future. This and so much more, so quit swabbing the deck, come have a seat, and get fed with this week's episode of The Yonkō Table! Patreon/Discord: https://tinyurl.com/yzv488vr Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/drjaceattorney Be sure to follow us on: Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/nxhw66te Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/u2tcbdvx Facebook: facebook.com/yonkotable Youtube: https://tinyurl.com/2mudtdwm Instagram: instagram.com/theyonkotable --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rocky78/support

Anidorks
(Minisode) Shin Clifford

Anidorks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 34:29


Minisode time!!! Despite Chris's best efforts to fake sick, Eddy ain't buyin' it. The Anidorks are going back to school for another “Edd(y)-utainment” segment.  Miranda gets misty-eyed at the memory of Scholastic Book Fairs of yore. It's a book report on the company responsible for so many a child's book report-- so meta!!! Back next week with Book 5: The Predator, where we meet our last narrator of the gang, Marco. @anidorkspod on twitter! Send questions to anidorkspod@gmail.com.New episodes every Wednesday!!!Leave us a 5 star review and we'll read it on the air!

The Race F1 Tech Show
How paint shapes performance - and how dynamic branding is changing the game

The Race F1 Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 56:11


Everything that touches an F1 car has an impact on performance - and that includes the paint! But F1 being F1, the paint technology used is far from simple, and is just another area where a competitive advantage can be found.  On this week's show host Edd Straw and former F1 technical director Gary Anderson speak to Mark Turner from Silverstone Paint Technology and Seamless Digital to reveal the surprising secrets of paint in F1, including how the teams seek to get a performance boost.  Turner also explains the thinking and technology behind the revolutionary ‘dynamic branding' that appeared on the McLaren in Austin, and why it could be the future of F1 advertising.  Edd and Gary also look ahead to high-altitude Mexico City and the impact that will have on the new-generation aerodynamics of the 2022 cars.  And finally, Gary answers a listener question about a potential brake-by-wire handbrake system.  The Race F1 Tech Show, brought to you by Aramco. Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
73. Teach Me Something Tuesday - How to Get Great Recommendation Letters with Dr. Dawn Brown

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 6:39


Looking for ways to get a great recommendation letter for your PT school application or for your scholarship? In this episode of Teach Me Something Tuesday, cohost Dr Dawn Brown, PT, DPT, EdD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Northern Illinois University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program talks about what you should do in order to get the best recommendation letters for yourself.  She discusses how to approach the person you want to ask, what information you should provide, how to schedule this appropriately, and the mistakes you should avoid while asking for a recommendation letter.  Special thanks to our sponsor, The NPTE Final Frontier, www.NPTEFF.com, and if you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! You can also reach out to them on instagram: @npteff For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Feel free to reach out to us at:  Website: http://healthcareeducationtransformationpodcast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HETPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/HETpodcast Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HealthcareEducationTransformationPodcast Instagram: @hetpodcast @dawnmagnusson31 @ujima_institute @pteducator @dawnbrown_pt @mail.in.stew.art @farleyschweighart

Dueling Disney
108 The Right Gear for a Disney Park

Dueling Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 49:12


How much stuff do you take for your day in a Disney Park? Are you loaded with family paraphernalia? Or are you minimalist and then wishing you brought that “one” thing?    Andee's husband, Edd, has been trying to perfect the right amount of Disney Day gear for the last 30 years. From wallets, to water, to diaper bags, to ibuprofen, he may have come close to finding the right clothing, bag, and shoes to get through the vacation. Check out what he found. Did he miss anything? Did you learn something new? Let us know in the comments below or find us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Join in deeper discussion with the rest of the Duelists at Dueling Disney Community Duelists.  We'd love a review at Podchaser or wherever you go to for podcast listening. “C” ya real soon! Patagonia Atom Sling Backpack Swell Water Bottle Men's shorts Outdoor Research Hat Runner's wallet Airpod case Starbucks Via Keen Newport Sandles Hydration Pack Try fun flavors from ethical roasters at Expedition Roasters. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and fun accessories with a pop-culture flair.  Looking for a discounted family vacation? Undercover Tourist will take care of you. Find prices lower than the gate and save a few bucks for churros! 

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Friday 10/21 - Drones, Pantless Thieves & Weed at Circle K

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 35:47


Drones, Pantless Thieves & Weed at Circle KTrending Topics at 5 o'clock. Black Friday is starting super early. Mark Hamill sends drones to Ukraine. Pantless thief assaults clerk with feminine deodorant spray. Woman charged with EDD fraud using the identities of incarcerated murderers. Circle K's in Florida will start selling weed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond The Venue with MG The Venue Specialist
In Defense of the Dissertation 308 with Dr. Michael Sheridan

Beyond The Venue with MG The Venue Specialist

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 47:46


For our final episode of Season 3, we're kicking it old school. We're switching back to a classic interview style with a fellow academic, Dr. Michael Sheridan.Dr. Mike and I have known each other since we were in graduate school in the STHM program at Temple University. We ran into each other at an event honoring the incredible Dr. Betsy Barber, and I would learn that Mike had JUST become Dr. Mike, having defended his dissertation that very week. Following the successful defense of his dissertation on the effects of cyberbullying on student success, Dr. Mike completed his doctoral degree in higher education from the College of Education and Human Development at Temple University.In this episode, we talk more about the difference between an EdD and a PhD, as I will be applying for my PhD over this next month!Additional Topics Include:The Academic's Thirst for KnowledgeA Shared Passion for TeachingUsing our Real World Experience as Teachable MomentsThe Power of Being Vulnerable and Transparent when You're Not OkayState of the Hospitality Industry and the Economics Behind ItThanks so much for listening, and enjoy the following episode In Defense of the Dissertation 308 with Dr. Michael Sheridan.About Dr. Mike:Dr. Michael F. Sheridan joined the full-time faculty at STHM in 2013 after serving as an adjunct professor in 2012, when he taught undergraduate and graduate students about management, sales, development and other areas of tourism and hospitality.Dr. Sheridan's industry experience includes, most recently, serving as director of revenue management for Sofitel Philadelphia, where he was responsible for maximizing revenue for the luxury, four-star hotel through revenue management, inventory control, market-segment pricing, statistical analysis and demand-stimulating initiatives.From 2005 to 2011, Dr. Sheridan was hotel program director for the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation (GPTMC), which is now known as Visit Philadelphia. During his tenure, he served as a liaison between Philadelphia's tourism-marketing office and the more than 100 hotels in Philadelphia and the suburbs. He also presided over GPTMC's most successful hotel package, the Philly Overnight Hotel Package, generating more than $21 million in room revenue. Dr. Sheridan has served on the boards of the Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus, the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Wildwood Hotel & Motel Association.Dr. Sheridan received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising and his Master of Tourism and Hospitality Management from Temple University. He earned a certificate in Hotel Revenue Management from Cornell University and, in 2014, earned a Certificate in Teaching Higher Education from the Teaching and Learning Center at Temple University's College of Education.In 2022, following the successful defense of his dissertation on the effects of cyberbullying on student success, Dr. Sheridan completed his doctoral degree in higher education from the College of Education and Human Development at Temple University.Connect with MG on Instagram and Facebook, too!Follow BTV on Instagram and Facebook for all updates and releases.A ByVesta Production.

The EMS Educator
Cultivating Curiosity: Making the Most of Distributive Education

The EMS Educator

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 60:08


It's Recert season! The NREMT has permanently removed limits on distributive education for recertification. What does “distributive education” mean and how does this change impact clinicians and educators alike? Join us as we discuss how to use education to cultivate curiosity in our learners, support lifelong learning and improve equity. Some educational delivery models are better suited than others to meet learning objectives: what are they? How can we use our own agency's data to enhance education? Hear from educational experts Megan Corry, EdD, EMTP, CHSE, Paramedic Program Director at the City College of San Francisco and Casey Patrick, MD, FAEMS, Medical Director at ESD 11 Mobile Healthcare & Asst. Medical Director of MCHD EMS in Houston. Mentioned in the episode: MCHD Paramedic Podcast PCRF educational research podcast Reel Emergency vodcast This podcast is sponsored by EMS Gives Life.  Would you consider becoming a living organ donor? Visit emsgiveslife.org for more info. Check out the Prodigy EMS Bounty Program! Earn $1000 for your best talks! Get your CE at www.prodigyems.com.  Follow @ProdigyEMS on Twitter, FB, YouTube & IG.

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 2 (10/19)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 34:26


David Goldstein's report on LAHSA possibly faking the number of homeless people on the street. Kevin De Leon won't resign. An update on all the fraud EDD experienced. LA City Council wants to move the city away from animal agriculture.

The Race F1 Tech Show
How much does it cost to produce an F1 car and why have costs risen?

The Race F1 Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 51:33


On this week's show, as the cost cap row rumbles on, host Edd Straw and former F1 technical director Gary Anderson are taking a look into the murky world of F1 car costs, and in particular how much it costs to actually produce key parts such as the chassis, front wing assembly, and floor.  Gary explains why the cost of a car is often more expensive than it might appear on the surface, and why costs have spiralled in recent years. Before that, Edd and Gary talk about Mercedes' future design direction, as the Silver Arrows prepare to unleash their final upgrade of the season in the USA.  And to round off the show, Gary answers listeners' questions about what the spray in Suzuka can tell us about the aero secrets of the Red Bull RB18 and why F1 cars don't have an electric reverse gear.  To have your burning tech question answered on the show, send a voicenote or email to podcasts@the-race.com The Race F1 Tech Show, brought to you by Aramco. Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast
⚡ MINI: Tegan's AMAZING cartoon impression

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 3:43


Not the Ed, Edd, and Eddy

SPED Homeschool Conversations
Episode 226: Using Technology to Increase Student Learning and Motivation

SPED Homeschool Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 42:45


Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Rebecca Rolland, EdD, mom of two, writer, speech pathologist, and education lecturer. Rebecca shared with us about "Using Technology to Increase Student Learning and Motivation"Watch the full broadcast on YouTube at https://youtu.be/R-qrsVdzHfE This episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was funded by viewers like you. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/To connect with Rebecca and learn more about her book, the Art of Talking with Children, visit https://rebeccarolland.com/ To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching: https://www.empoweredhomeschool.org/ #studentmotivation #edtech #learningathome

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
69. Teach Me Something Tuesday - How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome in Physical Therapy School with Dr. Dawn Brown

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:46


How do I deal with Imposter Syndrome while I am in Physical Therapy School? In this bonus episode of Teach Me Something Tuesday, cohost Dr Dawn Brown, PT, DPT, EdD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Northern Illinois University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program talks about combating imposter syndrome as a student. She discusses how your how your mindset must shift in school, the value benefit of finding a mentor, and knowing that you belong in physical therapy school.  Special thanks to our sponsor, The NPTE Final Frontier, www.NPTEFF.com, and if you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

The Race F1 Podcast
BONUS: The secrets of semi-automatic gearboxes

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 45:58


This week we have a bonus episode for you, lifted directly from our sister podcast: The Race F1 Tech Show. Each week, host Edd Straw and former F1 technical director Gary Anderson dive headfirst into the wonderful world of F1 technology, discussing the sport's big technical talking points, getting into the nitty gritty of car design and engineering, and answering fans' burning tech questions. On this week's show, Edd and Gary take an in-depth look at a bit of serious F1 tech that's used by every team on the grid: The semi-automatic gearbox.  With the help of special guest John Barnard, the man responsible for bringing the first iteration of the paddle-shift box to F1 in 1989 with Ferrari, we look at how the technology works, what performance benefits the system has brought to F1, and how gearboxes have developed over the last 30-plus years.  Gary also talks through his experience of developing such technology at Jordan in the Nineties, but not before giving his opinion on F1's recent cost cap controversy...  And in our listener questions section, Gary answers a question on the performance characteristics of 2022-spec F1 cars in wet conditions and low-speed corners. To have your burning tech question answered on the show, send a voicenote or email to podcasts@the-race.com And if you enjoy the podcast, please search for The Race F1 Tech Show in your preferred podcast app and be sure to like, subscribe or follow to make sure you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Raise the Vibe with Liz Podcast
Dr. Jan Holden, Nearing Death Experiences and After Death Communication

Raise the Vibe with Liz Podcast

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 67:22


Dr. Janice Miner Holden, EdD, LPC-S, ACMHPAfter 31 years on the University of North Texas (UNT) Counseling Program faculty, Jan Holden retired in 2019 as Professor Emerita of Counseling. Beginning in 1988 with her doctoral dissertation, her primary research focus has been counseling implications of near-death and related experiences. In this research area she has over 50 refereed journal publications; severalchapter and book publications, including lead editorship of the 2009 Handbook of Near-Death Experiences; and over 100 national and international presentations. Among Jan's numerous recognitions is the 2019 UNT Eminent Faculty Award, one of the university's highest honors.Since 2008 she has served as editor-in-chief of the International Association for Near-Death Studies's scholarly Journal of Near-Death Studies, and she serves currently as that association'sPresident. Her website is www.janholden.comMore about Liz-Work- https://www.lizshealingtouch.com/Radio Show- https://www.voiceofvashon.org/raise-the-vibePodcast- https://www.buzzsprout.com/958816Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/raisethevibewithlizInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/raisethevibewithliz/Support me on Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/user?u=43081730Thank you!Support the show

Inside the Lab
S3Ep2: The Not-So-Trivial History of ASCP

Inside the Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 26:09


In the 100 years since its founding in 1922, the American Society for Clinical Pathology has guided the application and evolution of pathology and laboratory medicine. But how much do you know about the history of ASCP? On this episode of Inside the Lab recorded live at the ASCP Annual Meeting in Chicago, our hosts, Ms. Kelly Swails and Dr. Lotte Mulder, are joined by Team Total Kuality, Dr. Kamran Mirza, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology at Loyola Medicine, and Dr. Theresa Tellier-Castellone, EdD, MPH, MLS(ASCP)CM, Program Director for the School of Medical Technology at Our Lady of Fatima and Rhode Island Hospital; Team Buffy Coat, Dr. Kim Sanford, MD, MASCP, MT(ASCP), Past President of ASCP, and Dr. Will Finn, MD, MASCP, Medical Director at Warde Medical Lab and Past President of ASCP; and Team Diplococcus, Ms. Christy Nickel, MHA, MLS(ASCP)CM, CPHQ, ASCP CMLA Chair and Director of the Clinical Laboratory at Bryan Health, and Ms. Jeannie Guglielmo, MS, MAT, MLS(ASCP)CM, Chair of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at Stony Brook University, for an enthusiastic game of ASCP Trivia. Our teams answer questions about the ethical issues that concerned ASCP in its early years and the goals of the organization that have remained consistent since its founding in 1922. They buzz in to share their knowledge of how we made history by electing Dr. Emma Sadler Moss as President in 1955. Listen in as the teams compete for bragging rights (and a glow-in-the-dark Erlenmeyer flask). Topics Covered · Dr. Emma Sadler Moss' roles at Charity Hospital in New Orleans and with ASCP in the 1950s· The ethical issues around the practice of pathology that concerned ASCP in its early years· Other professional organizations founded at ASCP meetings· Why ASCP changed its name to the American Society for Clinical Pathology in 2002· How ASCP's Center for Global Health is responding to disasters and expanding laboratory services all over the world· What goals ASCP established when the organization was founded in 1922 (and how those goals have remained consistent in the years since)· How ASCP made history by electing the first female president of a medical organization in 1955 Connect with ASCPASCPASCP on FacebookASCP on InstagramASCP on Twitter Connect with Team Total KualityDr. Mirza on TwitterDr. Tellier-Castellone on TwitterConnect with Team Buffy CoatDr. Sanford on TwitterDr. Finn on Twitter Connect with Team DiplococcusMs. Nickel on LinkedInMs. Guglielmo on LinkedInConnect with Ms. Swails & Dr. MulderMs. Swails on TwitterDr. Mulder on Twitter Resources ASCP Annual MeetingInside the Lab in the ASCP Store 

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
68. Teach Me Something Tuesday - Quiet Quitting in Physical Therapy with Dr. Dawn Brown

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:50


Are you noticing that your physical therapy faculty is doing the bare minimum and becoming less engaged with their work? In this episode of Teach Me Something Tuesday, cohost Dr Dawn Brown, PT, DPT, EdD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Norther Illinois University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program talks about the phenomenon known as quiet quitting and how to spot it amongst your physical therapy program. She discusses the key signs of this happening, as well as the impacts this may have on students and on the profession.  Special thanks to our sponsor, The NPTE Final Frontier, www.NPTEFF.com, and if you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Swallow Your Pride
251 – Interprofessional Collaboration: The Soft Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed – Catherine Andrea PT, MPT, EdD

Swallow Your Pride

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 49:05


In this episode of SYP, I have a conversation with Catherine Andrea, PT, MPT, EdD about her passion of interprofessional collaboration, a skill that is often overlooked but vital for our practice. The post 251 – Interprofessional Collaboration: The Soft Skill You Didn't Know You Needed – Catherine Andrea PT, MPT, EdD appeared first on Swallow Your Pride Podcast.

Ask Ronna
139 - Edd-sy Bake Oven with Edd Kimber

Ask Ronna

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 103:29


Now wait a minute. We love this week's guest so much we could talk to him for hours and hours. Joining us in The Carriage House for his SECOND appearance, pardon me, is none other than star baker and our dear, dear friend Edd Kimber! Of course you know Edd as the winner of the first season of THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF, but he's also got a new book out this week called SMALL BATCH BAKES. It's already an instant bestseller in the UK, and we have the opportunity to make it a bestseller here in the US. Buy it today!! Edd-d-d-d joins us to give advice on a marriage dominated by a hygiene problem and a midwife who doesn't want to mix business and pleasure. Special thanks to our sponsor Shopify! Join today to open your own online store and get a free trial at shopify.com/askronna

Motherhood and Career Collide
SPECIAL GUEST: Dr. Veronica Eyo

Motherhood and Career Collide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:50


Dr. Veronica Eyo, LCSW, EdD is a licensed clinical social worker who provides individual and couples therapy to support the treatment of depression, anxiety, relational issues, grief/loss, perinatal mood, and anxiety disorders. In order to provide the most meaningful change, she utilizes a collaborative approach to best accomplish your goals. She specializes in working with mothers - our favorite type of person!Join us as we talk to Dr. Veronica about transitions with our kids as they enter the school year. How do we manage their feelings and ours? Dr. Veronica has some incredible pearls to best engage with our children after school.https://www.drveronicalcsw.com/Taming the Hustle... or Something of the SortsAn entertaining mix of financial advice, marketing/business tips, and a lot of humour.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Buzzsprout — Easiest Way to Start a PodcastStart podcasting today. It's the easiest way to start, grow, and monetize your podcast.Brand

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
66. Teach Me Something Tuesday - Staying Motivated while in DPT school

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 4:18


Are you a student struggling to stay motivated in DPT program? In this episode of Teach Me Something Tuesday, cohost Dr Dawn Brown, PT, DPT, EdD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Norther Illinois University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program talks about how to keep your motivation during your physical therapy education journey. She discusses the various ways you can continue pushing forward in your journey even through all the fear and negative opinions others may have of you. Being a physical therapy student is challenging and Dr. Brown discusses ways for you as a student to continue trusting the physical therapy education process. Special thanks to our sponsor, The NPTE Final Frontier, www.NPTEFF.com, and if you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

CyanUtopia
Episode 4: Edd Carr

CyanUtopia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 53:04


Links to resources and people Edd discussed:Edd Carr // Edd Carr films on Vimeo // Images of the steps of Edd's film creationThe Ecology of GrainErnst Haeckel plankton artworkNorthern Sustainable DarkroomMAP Charity LeedsHannah Fletcher // Alice Cazenave // Jill Enfield // Barbara DombachAnthotype process // Chickweed (also known as chickenwort, craches, maruns, and winterweed)

SBO Perspectives
A History Lesson on the SBO

SBO Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


History does tend to repeat itself and the same applies to public education and school business. Dr. David Bein, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services/CSBO at Barrington 220 Community Unit School District in Barrington, IL peels pack the pages of history and sheds some light on the challenges we've faced in the past. Check out the two articles Dr. Bein refers to (The Fundamentals of Internal Controls by Charlotte A. Montgomery (11/21) and Developing a Simple Communications Strategy By Nan Wodarz, EdD (7/22).https://network.asbointl.org/libraries/new-item36071?DefaultView=folder

New Books in Military History
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in Israel Studies
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Israel Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/israel-studies

New Books in History
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in African Studies
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

New Books in Jewish Studies
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books in Jewish Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/jewish-studies

New Books Network
Reeva Spector Simon, "The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II" (Routledge, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:30


Incorporating published and archival material, Reeva Spector Simon's book The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: The Impact of World War II (Routledge, 2019) fills an important gap in the history of the Jewish experience during World War II, describing how the war affected Jews living along the southern rim of the Mediterranean and the Levant, from Morocco to Iran. Surviving the Nazi slaughter did not mean that Jews living in the Middle East and North Africa were unaffected by the war: there was constant anti-Semitic propaganda and general economic deprivation; communities were bombed; and Jews suffered because of the anti-Semitic Vichy regulations that left them unemployed, homeless, and subject to forced labor and deportation to labor camps. Nevertheless, they fought for the Allies and assisted the Americans and the British in the invasion of North Africa. These men and women were community leaders and average people who, despite their dire economic circumstances, worked with the refugees attempting to escape the Nazis via North Africa, Turkey, or Iran and connected with international aid agencies during and after the war. By 1945, no Jewish community had been left untouched, and many were financially decimated, a situation that would have serious repercussions on the future of Jews in the region. Covering the entire Middle East and North Africa region, this book on World War II is a key resource for students, scholars, and general readers interested in Jewish history, World War II, and Middle East history. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. 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

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio
Life Changes Show, August 29, 2022

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 60:13


The Simple Keys to Nurturing Kindness, Creativity, and Confidence in Kids – Ep700 This Episode Features, Interview Guest, Mother of Two, a Harvard Speech-Language Pathologist, and Author of, The Art of Talking With Children, Rebecca Rolland, EdD; and Performance Guest, Alternative Folk Pop Singer / Songwriter, Bryn Ryan-VanDyke on The LIFE CHANGES Show Episode 700, Titled, “The Simple Keys to Nurturing Kindness, Creativity, and Confidence in Kids” Interview Guest: REBECCA ROLLAND, EdD; and Performance Guest: BRYN RYAN-VANDYKE

Paw'd Defiance
Indigenous Motherhood in the Academy

Paw'd Defiance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:55


UW Tacoma Associate Professor and Ed.D. Director Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn has collaborated on a new book called "Indigenous Motherhood in the Academy." The book is a collection of short essays written by Indigenous mothers who work in higher education. The stories from these mothers are honest, and at times, difficult. We'll talk about the book, the process of putting it together as well as the challenges facing Indigenous mothers in academia. We'll also talk about the process of writing a book during the pandemic as well as the pandemic's impact the contributors personal and professional lives.Muckleshoot cohort:https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/soe/EdD/muckleshoot-cohort

The Sim Cafe~
The Sim Cafe~ Interview with Dr. Liz Robison

The Sim Cafe~

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:46 Transcription Available


Dr Elizabeth (Liz) Robison, EdD, RN, MSN, CNE, CHSE-A, is Professor Emeritus at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida, and former Simulation Center Coordinator for the ASN program, which included opening a new center and providing simulation facilitation within all levels of the ASN program. She prefers to go by Liz.. Liz has presented at several simulation based educational conferences and meetings. Her dissertation research involved learning styles and clinical judgment in a simulated clinical experience. She is currently in her second term on the INACSL Board of Directors serving in the role as Secretary/Treasurer and board liaison for the Sustainability Special Interest Groups. Additionally, she is a facilitator for their Simulation Education Program (ISEP), which is a 6-month online educational program. Liz is actively involved with the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) Task Force on Simulation since October 2020, having completed reviews of over nine products, presented at conferences related to this work, and has published regarding the work of this group, both in the OADN Journal and ACEN Bridges Newsletter. She is a member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) and involved in several interest groups, presenting at their national conference through work with one of the groups. She is actively involved with the NLN as a co-chair for the NLN Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee, with prior years serving as a scholarship reviewer. She is a manuscript reviewer for Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Certifications she holds include Certified Nurse Educator with the NLN since 2008 and Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator with SSH since 2018, obtaining the advanced designation in 2021. Prior to going into higher education, Liz was a member of the Air Force Nurse Corps retiring after 22 years of service in a multitude of roles in clinical areas and leadership. With her second retirement now from the state, Liz has remained engaged in healthcare simulation and higher education community, consulting for Unbound Medicine, Inc. and GLG Insights.Sponsor: Inclusive Consulting: https://inclusiveconsultingservices.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/76504273/admin/

Dreams of Consciousness

Dreams of Consciousness Podcast Episode 244 features an interview with Edd Robinson of Human Cull. This site has been plugging Human Cull since they released their split with DoC friends Homolka almost a decade ago. The grind power trio has always been a band to watch for lovers of forward-thinking, aggressive grindcore. For the third week of DoC's "Grindtember", I spoke with Human Cull vocalist/guitarist Edd Robinson about why his style is "classic British grind", and what makes grindcore an atavistic style of music. We also discussed the "Kaiju riffs" on their latest album, To Weep for Unconquered Worlds, and why releasing albums DIY means they take longer to come out. My thanks to Edd for speaking with me, and to all of you for listening. Music In This Episode: "Point of No Return" "You Can't Disappear" "Anger Inferno" taken from the album Stillborn Nation "Instinct Enthroned" "Axe of Flint" "Subject to Predation" "Time of Ending" "Confession Archive" "Siege Lord" taken from the album To Weep for Unconquered Worlds "The Butcher's Nails" "Like an Emissary into the Abyss" "The Muzzle" taken from the album Revenant Thanks for listening! Interviews, reviews, and more at www.dreamsofconsciousness.com

Bourbon Bytes Podcast
Dog and Shrub Cask Strength Rye Whiskey Review

Bourbon Bytes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 15:06


Today I'm reviewing a cask strength craft rye whiskey from Dog and Shrub Distillery out of Lake Mills, WI. This was sent to me by Edd from The Rotgut Review, who happens to work at Dog and Shrub. I'm also touching on some upcoming whiskey news, including the new Woodford Reserve Honey Barrel Finish Distillery Series, Wild Turkey Master's Keep, and Heaven Hill's 20 Year Old Corn Whiskey. Plus, sharing the title for the Breath of the Wild sequel, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom!

Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations
#133 Cedrick Bridgeforth: A Black, Gay Minister's Passage Out of Hiding| Joey Pinz Conversations

Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 57:25 Transcription Available


Cedrick D. Bridgeforth, EdD, is an ordained minister, author, educator, executive coach, consultant, public speaker, and the founder of 20/20 Leadership Lessons. A native of Decatur, Alabama, Cedrick is a U.S. Air Force veteran and holds a Bachelor's degree in Religion from Samford University, a Master of Divinity Degree from the Claremont School of Theology, and a Doctorate Degree in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University. He is a former District Superintendent in the California-Pacific Conference of The United Methodist Church and served as Director of Academic Programs at the Ecumenical Center for Black Church Studies at the University of La Verne. Prior books include Thoughts and Prayers and 20/20 Leadership Lessons: Seeing Visions and Focusing on Reality.Episode Links:Website: https://alabamagrandson.com/Website #2: https://www.amazon.com/Alabama-Grandson-Ministers-Passage-Hiding/dp/1737353954LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cedrickbridgeforth/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlabamaGrandsonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cedrickbridgeforth/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjKgM23a9Qbajt1EIpl_J6QPintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/bridgeforthcedr/Joey Pinz Conversations Podcast Information: • Website: https://www.joeypinz.com • Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/joeypinz • Music by Tom Izzo: @wahlsinger  https://tomizzomusic.com  Support our podcast:  • Subscribe: https://joeypinzconversations.com/subscribe/ • How much is this podcast worth to you? Consider $5, $10 or $20/mo with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeypinz  • How about a one-time payment?  • What is the episode worth to you? $25/$50/$100/$500 /$1,000/$5,000 with PayPal (one-time): https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JoePannone Please subscribe/follow to Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations Podcast: • Spotify, Apple, Google, or others.  Please consider rating with 5 stars if you like it. • Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joey-pinz-discipline-conversations/id1583997438 • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69SFwY3XSwcw9qNvElAn10 • Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTA2LnJzcw • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeyPinzDisciplineConversations?sub_confirmation=1Please follow on social media: @TheJoeyPinz • Instagram: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.instagram.com/TheJoeyPinz  • Twitter: @TheJoeyPinz  https://twitter.com/TheJoeyPinz • Facebook: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.facebook.com/TheJoeyPinz • TikTok:  @TheJoeyPinz  https://www.tiktok.com/@thejoeypinz • Minds:  @TheJoeyPinz  https://www.minds.com/thejoeypinzFinally,  join our newsletter: https://joeypinzconversations.com/#newsletterSupport the show