This week on Under the Radar: The MacArthur Foundation named its Class of 2021 “Genius Fellows" earlier this month. The recipients join an exclusive group of previous Fellows who have demonstrated outstanding talent in their fields. The award acknowledges the Fellows' demonstrated talent and potential as leaders in their fields. MIT professor Taylor Perron is a geomorphologist who studies the evolution of landscapes on Earth and other planets. He is one of the 2021 MacArthur Fellows, and one of three based in the Boston area. We talk with professor Perron for our series, “The Genius Next Door.”
Trust in media and business is not high, according to the latest Edelman Trust Barometer, and public relations practitioners are usually stereotyped as unethical hacks attempting to clean up the image of a person or organization that has done something bad. Yet every communication organization — IABC included — has a code of ethics that... Continue Reading → The post Circle of Fellows #74: Communication Ethics appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
As a younger generation of veterans transition from military service, how will they impact America's communities? Jacquelyn Schneider, a Hoover fellow studying the intersection of technology, national security, and political psychology with a special interest in cybersecurity, discusses the Hoover Institution's newly announced Veterans Fellowship Program (10 military veterans studying significant policy issues that will […]
As a younger generation of veterans transition from military service, how will they impact America's communities? Jacquelyn Schneider, a Hoover fellow studying the intersection of technology, national security, and political psychology with a special interest in cybersecurity, discusses the Hoover Institution's newly announced Veterans Fellowship Program (10 military veterans studying significant policy issues that will affect localities across America) and offers her thoughts on the younger generation “coming home” and the military's role in campus life and the IT sector.
Did you miss INBOUND 2021? Never fear, we have you covered with this recap episode. Julia Fellows, TREW Account Manager, joined me to recap trending topics and hot sessions from INBOUND 2021, an annual marketing and sales conference hosted by HubSpot. The event was held virtually again this year, and the emphasis weighed heavily towards marketing best practices, with a lighter touch on new product announcements by HubSpot. Email marketing has been hugely important to fill the face-to-face void during these COVID days, so it's not a surprise that this was a hot INBOUND topic. Speaker Jay Schwedelson from Subjectline.com shared insights into what's really working now. He broke down two specific ways to improve open rates: personalize the sender name, and use special characters in the subject line. Also popular were the ABM sessions, such as the presentation by Terminus' Justin Keller. He emphasized the importance of sales and marketing alignment for ABM to gain traction, and encouraged companies new to ABM to start with content and personalization There was also buzz around RevOps, no doubt a focus since HubSpot's product announcements were mostly tied to this topic. The idea is to make the customer's experience with your brand as streamlined and frictionless as possibly, and to accomplish this, you need organizational alignment, data and connected systems. HubSpot Co-Founder Darmesh Shah gave some powerful examples from his own car shopping experience to prove the point that customers expect consistency, but companies are siloed and struggle to deliver a consistent experience. While these are a few highlights, Julia shares even more during the episode. Also, look for a TREW Marketing blog post on HubSpot's new product announcements coming early next week. For show links and more, visit the Content Marketing, Engineered podcast blog https://bit.ly/CMEPodcastLearn more about TREW Marketinghttps://www.trewmarketing.comOrder the book! Content Marketing, Engineeredhttps://bit.ly/contentmktgeng
Today on The TAP (Travel Agent Podcast), we interviewed Anita Powell. We discussed her long career in travel and how she decided to create the Africa Hub, a learning resource for agents. The Travel Agent Podcast is going on tour, go to TheTravelAgentPodcast.com/famtrips for all the details. Join our Amazing Travel Agent Community: https://www.ttapgroup.com/ TheTravelAgentPodcast.com Bio: Anita has worked in the African travel industry for over 20 years and is MD of the leading representation company, Small World Marketing as well as Founder of The Africa Hub, a web portal offering trusted, insider knowledge on Africa to the trade. Anita was on the African Travel & Tourism (Atta) board for 14 years as well as being the longest standing and youngest Chair for 4 of those years and Vice-Chair for 2. She is now one of 3 Life Fellows of ATTA. She lives outside Bath, UK with her husband and 3 kids. As Founder & MD of Africa-specialist representation company, Small World Marketing, and as a former Chair and one of only 2 life-long Fellows of African Travel Trade Association (ATTA), Anita has exceptional knowledge of the Africa travel industry. Over the last 18 months the blow to the African travel industry has been seismic but Anita has applied her passion, energy, and expertise to deal with adversity head on, and to apply all her unique resources to make a meaningful positive impact on travel to Africa. In February she launched The Africa Hub a continent-wide, online training resource, delivered by ‘on-the-ground' experts who know their countries best. The Africa Hub aims to help further the skills and confidence of agents selling this exciting but complex continent.
Martin Indyk discusses his new book, Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy. A perceptive and provocative history of Henry Kissinger's diplomatic negotiations in the Middle East that illuminates the unique challenges and barriers Kissinger and his successors have faced in their attempts to broker peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors and how Kissinger overcame them to lay the foundations for an American-led Middle Eastern order. The CFR Fellows' Book Launch series highlights new books by CFR fellows.
It's taken me four years to get her on the show but I finally did it! Today I chat to my great friend and musical collaborator Jasmine Fellows. Jas is a multi-instrumentalist who I originally met through Canberra ukulele groups, but who has now become an irreplaceable member of house band The New Black, and our ukulele and cello duo Four Strings Two. We had a great time recording this - I think I cut out at least ten minutes of giggling in the edit! Please enjoy. Some show-related links below: Lanikai Ukulele Bec Taylor School of Music Loud in the Library Ukulele Republic of Canberra Seasons of the Ukulele Mad World collaboration Learn to Hoop and play an instrument at the same time! Four Strings Two James Hill Ukulele Initiative Songs played on the show: The Llama Song (Jasmine Fellows) Out in the Late (Jasmine Fellows) Ventura Highway (Dewey Bunnell, 1972) Mad World (Roland Orzabal, 1982) Go to the Ukulele Is The New Black YouTube channel for a playlist to hear these songs as well as other content relating to the episode. Ukulele is the New Black is produced by me, Meredith Harper. I wrote the theme tune and I performed it with Janine Chandler, Jim Croft, Jasmine Fellows, Paul Marsh, Sandra Shaw and Chris Williams. Seb Carraro does the graphic design. Thanks to my $10 and over Patreon supporters for helping me to make this podcast: Ukulele Legend: Linda Dodwell Ukulele Champions: Debbie Hoad, Maja Zweck & Christopher Boatwright The music played in this episode is licenced under a Podcasts (Featured Music) agreement with APRA AMCOS.
durée : 00:58:11 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye, Adèle Van Reeth - Connaissez-vous le BDSM : bondage et discipline, domination et soumission, sadomasochisme ? Pourquoi permet-il de comprendre philosophiquement ce qu'est le consentement, et ce qu'il signifie ? - invités : Manon Garcia philosophe, Junior Fellow à la Society of Fellows de l'université de Harvard
Ayaan speaks with Lawrence Krauss about the new religion of wokeism and how it spread throughout academia. They discuss the impacts that political correctness and cancel culture have on science, and what it means for the future. Lawrence Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist. He is President of The Origins Project Foundation and host of The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss. He has written over 500 publications, including for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Quillette, The New Yorker, Prospect Magazine, and The Economist. Lawrence has written numerous popular books including NYT bestsellers: The Physics of Star Trek; and A Universe from Nothing. His newest book is The Physics of Climate Change. He received his PhD from MIT and then moved to the Harvard Society of Fellows. Following eight years as a professor at Yale University, he was appointed as a full professor with an endowed chair while still in his thirties. During his career, he has held endowed professorships and distinguished research appointments at numerous institutions. Between 2006 and 2018, he was Chair of the Board of Sponsors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Follow him on Twitter @lkrauss1. Follow Ayaan on Twitter @ayaan.
Reformer Ferrell Fellows joins the Reformers Collective podcast with Becky Hennesy to discuss how she has a goal to take dominion over parts of the Dallas (Texas) area one neighborhood block at a time. While "taking dominion" is not a new concept among many in Charismatic believer circle, it's HOW she's doing it that grabbed Becky's attention. With a family business background in real estate and now a trained professional herself, Ferrell heard God tell her one day to start buying up houses in tough neighborhoods. Drug houses. Trap houses. Sex trafficking houses.That's literally and physically "taking dominion" over places where spiritual darkness has sunk its deadly claws in the lives of people for decades in the inner city. This episode unpacks how Ferrell is using her gifts and leverage as a businesswoman to spark true transformation and reformation in her home city of Dallas. The Reformers Collective podcast is part of the expanding Charisma Podcast Network (CPN). Click here to visit the CPN main page. While at CPN, look for additional Reformers Collective resources such as Becky's blog articles on the topic of reformation.The clarion call is simple for the entire Reformers Collective movement. Becky says "it's time to bring godly solutions to earthly problems!" That single sentence is the fuel that drives her passion to see reformation in her generation and beyond.Becky and her growing network of reformers is hosting the first annual Reformers Collective Conference Oct 18-19 at Trinity Church in Cedar Hill, Texas. Click here for details and registration information.
Connecticut is famous for the first hamburger (1895), Polaroid camera (1934), helicopter (1939), and color television (1948). It's the home of PEZ, World Wrestling, and Design Within Reach. It's also a hotbed for Modernist houses by many famous architects such as Philip Johnson, John Johansen, Eliot Noyes, Edward Durell Stone, Gisue and Mojgan Hariri, Marcel Breuer, and even Frank Lloyd Wright. Joining us is Ken Sena, Connecticut Marcel Breuer homeowner and recently part of the new documentary Breuer's Bohemia by past podcast guest James Crump. Later, a conversation with Philip Johnson homeowners Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows of BassamFellows.
How do we distinguish real science from hogwash? How does real science evolve over time into pseudoscience? Why will science always be plagued with sister movements on the fringe that make us cringe? With us to explore these topics and their relationship to the demarcation problem is Michael Gordin. Michael is the Rosengarten Professor of Modern and Contemporary History and the director of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts at Princeton University. He specializes in the history of modern science in Russia, Europe, and North America, especially issues related to the history of fringe science, the early years of the nuclear arms race, Russian and Soviet science, language and science, and Albert Einstein. He is the author of On the Fringe, which we discuss today, as well as The Pseudoscience Wars: Immanuel Velikovsky and the Birth of the Modern Fringe, Scientific Babel: How Science Was Done Before and After Global English, and Red Cloud at Dawn: Truman, Stalin, and the End of the Atomic Monopoly. Today we discuss diverse topics in fringe science, including Bigfoot, extra sensory perception, UFOs, astrology, alchemy, the ether, Aryan physics, Lysenkoism, phrenology, cryptozoology, Velikovsky, Mesmerism, Uri Geller, cold fusion, and where all of this leaves us as we navigate the waters between science and pseudoscience.
This is part two of a special two part archive special as you will hear the entire run of the short lived show the Across The Pond Soccer Show hosted by Scotty Fellows & Haydn Gleed. These episodes were originally recording between September and October 2015. Enjoy!
This is part one of a special two part archive special as you will hear the entire run of the short lived show the Across The Pond Soccer Show hosted by Scotty Fellows & Haydn Gleed. These episodes were originally recording between September and October 2015. Enjoy!
In this special edition of the Admissions podcast, we welcome back Darden faculty member and friend of the pod Greg Fairchild. In this wide-ranging conversation, Fairchild shares insights about one of Darden's newest scholarship initiatives – the Breakthrough Scholars Program – a scholarship offering focused on creating new opportunities for diverse candidates to thrive in fields of asset management. Fairchild also talks about his new role as CEO and Dean for UVA's Northern Virginia initiatives as well as a number of Darden-related DC area projects – including the DC Dean's Fellows, his latest Executive MBA elective and more.
As always, feel free to send us questions, comments or suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the show through instagram or twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. Papers discussed in today's episode are listed and timestamped below.enjoy!________________________________________________________________________________________03:20 - Use of Antenatal Corticosteroids at 22 Weeks of Gestation. https://www.acog.org/clinical/clinical-guidance/practice-advisory/articles/2021/09/use-of-antenatal-corticosteroids-at-22-weeks-of-gestation09:40 - Parent Preferences for Transparency of Their Child's Hospitalization Costs. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/278439819:55 - Monitoring of carbon dioxide in ventilated neonates: a prospective observational study. https://fn.bmj.com/content/early/2021/08/02/archdischild-2021-322138 31:00 - Medication Use in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Changes from 2010-2018. https://www.jpeds.com/article/S0022-3476(21)00860-X/fulltext37:50 - Early-Onset Sepsis Among Very Preterm Infants. https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/148/4/e202105245646:15 - Dexmedetomidine versus intermittent morphine for sedation of neonates with encephalopathy undergoing therapeutic hypothermia. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41372-021-00998-853:40 - Survival prediction modelling in extreme prematurity: are days important? https://www.nature.com/articles/s41372-021-01208-158:50 - Association of time of first corticosteroid treatment with bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm infants. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ppul.2561062:30 - Burnout and Perceptions of Stigma and Help-Seeking Behavior Among Pediatric Fellows. https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/148/4/e2021050393
Episode 053: Immigrant ArchitectsLeaders of the profession share diverse perspectives on equity and architecture. Expanding our diversity series, this week we learn about the lived experiences of individuals who immigrated to the United States. Guests: Originally from Colombia, Graciela Carrillo, AIA, LEED AP, immigrated to the United States in 2003. She recently joined Nassau BOCES Facilities Services as a Senior Manager where she is managing school operational and capital projects. Graciela has committed a decade of volunteer leadership service to the AIA. Currently she is serving as the President 2020-2021 as well as the Chapter's Women In Architecture Co-Founder and Co-Chair. Graciela was the past 2017-2018 NY Regional Director (YARD) for the Young Architects Forum (YAF). She is also the Co-Founder of the https://www.immigrantarchitects.org/ (Immigrant Architects Coalition), a group committed to helping and providing resources for immigrant architects to achieve a prosperous career in the US. In 2019, Graciela was the recipient of the AIA NYS Young Architect Award. Gloria Kloter, AIA, NCARB, CODIA, is founder and CEO ofhttps://www.glowarchitects.com/ ( Glow Architects). A practicing architect both in her home country of the Dominican Republic and in the US, she has dedicated her career to helping other young architects grow. She is the founder of the https://www.facebook.com/groups/ForeignArchitects (Foreign Architects), a private community in Facebook where she mentors young and aspiring immigrant architects on how to obtain their architect license in the United States. Gloria also serves as the Architect Licensing Advisor of the State of Florida through AIA Florida. She is a part of the Board of Directors of the AIA Tampa Bay where she is the chairperson of the Women in Architecture committee. She was also honored for the https://www.aia.org/press-releases/6156295-architects-foundation-announces-2019-recip (2019 Sho-Ping Ching Women's Leadership Summit Scholarship), a recognition to mid-career women architects who are advancing toward leadership roles and are making a positive impact within their communities. Shahad Sadeq, Assoc. AIA is an Iraqi immigrant architectural designer at https://www.smithgroup.com/ (Smithgroup). She is an active member of the AIA in her local chapter in Dallas, Texas. Shahad is passionate about amplifying diverse voices in the profession and developing sustainable workplace culture. She currently is co-leading the immigrant architect coalition and sits on the J.E.D.I. committee board of Smithgroup. She previously helped found an Equity in Architecture effort through the AIA Kansas City Chapter. Yu-Ngok Lo, FAIA, CDT, LEED AP is the founding principal of https://www.ynlarchitects.com/ (YNL Architects, Inc.) His work received numerous design awards such as the NAHB Best of American Living Awards, Gold Nugget Awards, Aurora Awards, American Residential Design Awards, and various AIA Design Awards. The projects of his firm have been published in ArchDaily, Hinge Magazine, CONDE, CommArch Magazine, and Hospitality-Interiors Magazine. Yu-Ngok is a past recipient of the AIBD Designer of the Year, AIA Presidential Citation, AIA National Young Architects Award, BD+C 40 Under 40, 2015 ENR 20 Under 40, and the AIACC Young Architect Award. He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in 2020. Show Links:
This week we have a special guest, Jonathan from Fellows Guitars. We chat about getting the line started, where his inspiration comes from, and even a minute or two on fall weather. Check out both past and current models at: https://www.fellowsguitars.com/ Check out our: Threadless: Patreon: Youtube: Facebook Group: Instagram: Email us: All at www.theeffectsloop.com Theme Music "We Are Strong" by Marcus Gullen: https://marcusgullen.com/
Welcome to our first episode of the year talking with the Class of 2017 Delbarton Alumni, Roggi Chuquimarca, Jordan Hubbard, and Andrew Gannon, who are all a part of the brand new Delbarton Alumni Fellowship Program.
Dr. Bill Dorfman is not just a famous cosmetic and general dentist, he is the most famous cosmetic dentist worldwide. Affectionately known as “America's Dentist,” Dr. Bill is widely recognized worldwide as a leading dentist who is responsible for creating smiles for many of Hollywood's brightest stars. In fact, Dr. Dorfman has become a star in his own right as the featured dentist on the hit ABC series, “Extreme Makeover,” where he performed amazing dental transformations on the show's participants as well as a recurring guest co-host on the new Emmy Winning daytime CBS talk show, “The Doctors.” In addition, Dr. Dorfman is a world-renowned lecturer & author of the best-selling cosmetic dentistry book, The Smile Guide and the NY Times bestseller Billion Dollar Smile. Dr. Bill is a member of the American Dental Association & he is one of only 100 Fellows in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. His humanitarian & philanthropic involvement has led to his being honored with 14 Lifetime Achievement Awards in addition to 2 Guinness World Book records. He also co-founded LEAP, a non-profit motivational and development program for high school and college students. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: 04:16 How Dr. Bill became a dentist 13:03 The challenges that came with fame and success 17:38 The celebrity client that impacted Dr. Bill 24:45 The adversity faced through Covid-19 29:50 The philanthropy work and impact Dr. Bill is making
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews Ms. Virginia Hardesty and Ashley Hardesty-Armstrong of Forsyth Seafood Market & Café, the family-run and owned fish joint in Winston-Salem, NC. With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com Cover art by Shanee Benjamin.
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews Ms. Hatcher and Uncle Floyd, matriarch and pit-master of the legendary Lannie's Bar-B-Q Spot in Selma, AL. With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com Cover art by Shanee Benjamin.
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews Chef Christian Gill, owner-chef of Cincinnati's Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey. With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com Cover art by Lo Harris.
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews April Anderson, owner and head baker at Good Cakes and Bakes of Detroit, MI. With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com Cover art by Lo Harris.
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews Karl Williams, owner and head mixologist at Harlem's 67 Orange. With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com Cover art by Shanee Benjamin.
The Soul Food Scholar, Adrian Miller, interviews Ms. B.J. Chester-Tamayo, cookbook author and owner of Alcenia's Desserts & Preserves Shop in Memphis, TN.With the help of our friends at the Lee Initiative and the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice Coalition, we announced the 71 Fellows of the Black Kitchen Initiative Black-owned restaurant grants. With this podcast, we dive a little deeper into 6 of their stories. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com.Cover art by Lo Harris.
Atom Fellows is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, record producer, filmmaker and creator of the YouTube show The Anarchy Funhouse.Born in 1971, in Fort Huachuca, Arizona and raised in a Catholic blue collar suburb of Baltimore County, Atom moved to New York City in 1992 to become a rock star. He played countless gigs in dive bars and clubs while also honing his recording engineer skills, eventually building a modestly successful recording studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. After Atom and his wife's first child was born in 2007, he began his new career as a stay-at-home dad. It was during these years that Atom dived into filmmaking, producing short films and music videos for musical acts including Coyote Love, Thomas Denman, Terminal Service and many others. Then during the pandemic lockdown of 2020, while Atom was brainstorming music video ideas with his teenage daughter for his original song “Space Girls Will Save Us” she pitched, “What about a dark kids show?” and The Anarchy Funhouse was born.
There are dramatic changes afoot among employee populations. The biggest of these are pandemic-related, including hybrid workforces and employees required to adjust to new at-work realities, including continued social distancing and other measures designed to blunt the spread of viruses. In addition, employees are leaving their jobs in record numbers, part of the “great resignation,”... Continue Reading → The post Circle of Fellows #73: Communicating in a Changing Workforce appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
Abandon ship! Who should take charge when both the captain and her first mate go overboard? How many more damn shapeshifters are going to show up? And, why is the frigate ship Jimibob being maliciously chased by a tide of wreckage? It's time to see if our brave Fellows have what it takes to survive the thrilling conclusion of their chaotic nautical adventure! More from us: GraveAmbition / Twitter / Facebook Music used in this episode: The Fellows Bold Theme by Adam Sillman Dawn on Whitewyrm by Adam Sillman Unseen Horrors by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4569-unseen-horrors License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Humble people doing great things is always inspirational. Prepare yourself to be inspired today by listening to our conversation with Walter Panzirer, Trustee of the Helmsley Charitable Trust. Having lived and worked in rural America, Walter immediately knew where he could make a difference and improve lives when he found out he had been named as a Trustee. “We were given a blank slate to see how we can improve lives around the world.” ~Walter Panzirer Walter Panzirer, is a grandson of Leona Helmsley. Raised in California, he adopted South Dakota as his home. Having worked as a first responder in both states, Walter witnessed personally the significant disparities in quality health care available close to home – disparities that demanded attention. Serving as a paramedic, firefighter, and police officer also made him acutely aware of the range of situations encountered by these professionals – from cardiac and stroke events, to individuals facing a mental health crisis. Upon the death of his grandmother, Walter was to his great surprise named a Trustee of the Helmsley Charitable Trust. He realized the opportunity for investing in better healthcare for Americans in rural communities as well as for supporting communities across rural Africa to build resilience. A passionate advocate for telehealth, Walter is committed to shortening the distance between a medical emergency and life-saving treatment, including outfitting first responders with modern equipment for managing emergencies. His curiosity, coupled with a get-it-done acumen, means that he's always looking for healthcare leapfrog opportunities that can be readily implemented. Walter studied business and history at Black Hills State University, and pursued pastoral studies at MidAmerica Nazarene University. An inductee to American Telehealth Association's College of Fellows as well the South Dakota Hall of Fame, Walter has served on a number of nonprofit and educational boards. He, his wife, and their family own and operate a hunting lodge in rural South Dakota.
An opinion leader and public speaker, Stephen G. Post, Ph.D. (University of Chicago, 1983) has served on the Board of the John Templeton Foundation (2008-2014), which focuses on virtue and public life. Post is a leader in research on the benefits of giving and on compassionate care in relation to improved patient outcomes and clinician well-being. He addressed the U.S. Congress on volunteerism and health, receiving the Congressional Certificate of Special Recognition for Outstanding Achievement. Post was co-recipient (2012) with Edmund D. Pellegrino MD of the Pioneer Medal for Outstanding Leadership in HealthCare from the HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, and the Kama Book Award in Medical Humanities from World Literacy Canada (2008). Co-Recipient of the 2019 National Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Professionalism Award for development the Professional Identity Formation curriculum of the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, Post has taught at the University of Chicago Medical School, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (1988-2008), and at Stony Brook (2008-present), where he is Director of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics. The Center was selected (2011) for special institutional excellence by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (AMA & AAMC accrediting body), the only humanities and ethics entity in American medical school history to receive this distinction. An elected member of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the New York Academy of Medicine, and the Royal Society of Medicine, London, Post is the author of 300 articles in journals such as Science, the New England Journal of Medicine, Psychosomatic Medicine, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, and the Journal of the American Medical Association. Post's book The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer's Disease (Johns Hopkins University Press) was designated a “medical classic of the century” by the British Medical Journal (2009), which wrote, “Until this pioneering work was published in 1995 the ethical aspects of one of the most important illnesses of our aging populations were a neglected topic.” Post is a recipient of the Alzheimer's Association national distinguished service award “in recognition of personal and professional outreach to the Alzheimer's Association Chapters on ethics issues important to people with Alzheimer's and their families.” Post's culminating book in this field is Dignity for Deeply Forgetful People: How Caregivers Can Meet the Challenges of Alzheimer's Disease (in press, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022). With Sir John Templeton (d. 2008) Post co-founded The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love: Spirituality, Compassion, and Service in 2001. Post is the best-selling lead author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life by the Simple Act of Giving (Random House Broadway). Post has been quoted in more than 4000 newspapers and magazines, and featured on numerous television shows including The Daily Show. Described by Martin E.P. Seligman in Flourish as one of “the stars of positive psychology,” in 2003 Post was invited to join the Founding Fellows of the International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR), based at Cambridge University. Founded in 2002, ISSR is the world's preeminent learned society devoted to this intersection, with 200 Fellows from the sciences and humanities. Post has written popularly on this topic in God and Love on Route 80: The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness (Mango 2019). Email: Post@stephengpost.com Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
In the Fund for Teachers universe, September is very significant. Our grant recipients are back from their fellowships, back in their classrooms and reporting back to us about what they learned and how their students will now learn differently as a result.September is also the month before we open our grant application for the upcoming year. We begin marketing the opportunity to teachers and districts, collaborating with our local partners to cast a wider net for applicants, and, hopefully, let more teachers know about the opportunity to design their best version of experiential learning with $5,000 as an individual or $10,000 as a team.So with these bookends in mind, we wanted to produce a series of September podcasts, one per week, that highlights the learning of our Fellows over the past summer in a way that, hopefully, encourages potential applicants about what is possible should THEY chose to take a risk, take the time and make the effort to apply for a 2022 Fellowship Grant or – for previous FFT Fellows – an Innovation Circle Grant.Because Rashaun James was awarded one of each of these grants, she's the perfect person to kick off the series.Rashaun is a 15-year teaching veteran who holds a bachelors degree in Middle School Childhood Education, master's degree in Educational Literacy and teaches at Mifflin Middle School in Columbus, OH. Last summer, Rashaun used an Innovation Circle Grant to attend classes at the Anahata Education Retreat Center in Floyd, VA, where she learned research-based tools to support the mental health and social emotional learning of students. Three years prior, she used a Fellowship Grant to film a teaching documentary exploring events surrounding the French Revolution in Paris that also incorporates the lives and works of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens & the Brontë sisters from the same time period in London. In both of her proposals, she tossed in some surprising thoughts on race, equity and her opinion that London and Paris go together like Jay-Z and Beyoncé.
View the transcript at https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2021-08/Dr.%20Hogaboom%20advances%20care%20for%20disabling%20injuries%20through%20regenerative%20rehabilitation%20research-TRANSCRIPT.pdf Welcome to our new podcast series “Life at the Foundation.” This is your host Joan Banks-Smith, creative producer at Kessler Foundation. Throughout this series, I'll be speaking with employees from all of our centers who have diverse roles and passions that help change the lives of people with disabilities. Our research assistants and coordinators, engineers, scientists, technicians, Fellows, physical therapists, and support staff all play a vital role in our research at the Foundation. In this episode, I talked with Dr. Nathan Hogaboom, a research scientist in our Center for Spinal Cord injury Research and co-director for our Derfner-Lieberman Laboratory for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research. Dr. Hogaboom spoke about what motivates him each day to want to work at the Foundation, working with study participants, and focusing his studies to find treatments for regenerative rehabilitation for various musculoskeletal conditions. Learn more about Dr. Hogaboom at https://kesslerfoundation.org/about-us/Nathan%20Hogaboom and the Center for Spinal Cord Injury Research at https://kesslerfoundation.org/research/center-spinal-cord-injury-research Interested in a career at Kessler Foundation, go to https://kesslerfoundation.org/careers ======================================================= Tuned into our podcast series lately? Join our listeners in 90 countries who enjoy learning about the work of Kessler Foundation. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you get your podcasts. This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, March 18, 2021, remotely and was edited and produced by Joan Banks-Smith, Creative Producer for Kessler Foundation.
The Fellows board the good ship Jimibob to escort the war galleon Amphisbaena and her precious cargo home to Whitewyrm. It's not all smooth sailing; once again their passage is blocked by a force of nature, and Captain Bethrynna (Tamsyn Jones) is forced to make some quick decisions to avoid any delay. But how is a captain supposed to focus on making decisions when their ship is being boarded by creatures of the sea and of the grave? And worse, how does a crew sail a ship that seems to have the very ocean holding it back?! More from us: GraveAmbition / Twitter / Facebook Music used in this episode: The Fellows Bold Theme by Adam Sillman Secret of Tiki Island by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4331-secret-of-tiki-island License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Unseen Horrors by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4569-unseen-horrors License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
In the first reading (post published Sept 2, 2021) is a guest post sharing his view about the beliefs of Peter and James. In the second reading (post published Sept 8, 2016) Dr. Ehrman explains why scholars once believed our earliest manuscripts were not as similar to the original manuscripts as more recent manuscripts. Join the blog at https://ehrmanb.log.org/ and read up to 6 new posts each week and every post in the archives. Your entire minimal cost of membership goes to charity. https://ehrmanblog.org/was-paul-really-at-odds-with-peter-and-james-guest-post-by-richard-fellows/ https://ehrmanblog.org/do-most-manuscripts-have-the-original-text/
In this episode during PRSA's #EthicsMonth, Mary Beth West interviews close colleague Susan Hart -- a past president of the PRSA Nashville Chapter, a past PRSA Nashville Chapter Hercules Award honoree, and a now-former / resigned PRSA College of Fellows member. Susan voluntarily discontinued her 35-year membership in PRSA in 2018, in disgust with PRSA's National leadership cultural shift, after what she describes as "one of the most stressful experiences of (her) life" at the hands of PRSA National leadership, who infamously opposed ethics-driven bylaw reforms -- after secretly reversing course from prior assurances that measures would be supported. In this interview, Susan discusses: Accountability as the essential crux of what any leadership team must offer as a non-negotiable deliverable of its own cultural mindset How leadership quickly falls down a slippery slope and point-of-no-return, when national leaders fail to conduct due diligence "Say-do" disconnects -- when organizational mission and stated principles no longer match leadership behaviors What the modus-operandi of "Operation Incompetence" entails with an escalating lack of financial transparency How the good work of PRSA's local-level chapters is overshadowed and undermined when the national organizational leadership has entrenched unethical and unaccountable practices Why curiosity by members is important and should not be demonized ... and why it's an ethical red-flag when any organizational leadership "kills the messenger" and instills fear of retaliation among a membership who become too fearful to ask valid questions. FOLLOW #PRethicsFOLLOW Susan Hart:Twitter: @susanhartpr JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP CALLING FOR A BETTER PRSA:https://www.facebook.com/groups/ABetterPRSA FOLLOW FLETCHER MARKETING PR: Discover Fletcher Marketing PR Follow Fletcher Marketing PR on Twitter: @FletcherPR Connect with Fletcher Marketing PR on LinkedIn Follow Kelly Fletcher on Twitter: @KDfletcher Follow Mary Beth West on Twitter: @marybethwest
In the season one finale, Sam and Alicen provide new resources and introduce the newest class of Douglass fellows.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733. Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship. You can read the Federal Human Trafficking Report here.You can reference the State Department Trafficking in Persons report here.View the University of Michigan's Human Trafficking Collective here.You can view the Polaris document on how to best counter QAnon here.You can read Ambassador Richmond's breakdown of the Nestle case here.You can read NCMEC's report on cyber trafficking here.You can purchase Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking here.Thank you for listening to the first season of Trafficking Matters!Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
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In this episode, Lisa and Amy continue their discussion of The Mystery of the Missing Heiress. The BWGs get to know Jim's long-lost cousin, Juliana. At the same time, a new girl, temporally named Janie, enters their lives. She has amnesia after a mysterious car accident. She moves in with the Beldens as she works to put the pieces of her life back in place.Questions for this episode: Will Jim's school be a refuge for runaway, orphaned, troubled or some sort of combination boys? Just how much time do Honey & Trixie spend “volunteening?” Also, what is “volunteening?” How does Janie walk through the woods without getting lost? Is Janie really Barbara? When did Mr. Wheeler buy a plane?Also, Brian does research on amnesia, Juliana has mystery transportation, Mr. Wheeler flies Janie to Chicago, Trixie hangs off a cliff, and Juliana freaks out—a lot!In Lisa's ender, the Fellows treat you to an “Opportunity Party!” Lisa and Amy have a very difficult (and comedic) time figuring out this one!Please rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts. It's free to subscribe, and you can still listen on your regular platform. Just follow this link and click the “listen on Apple podcast” button. Then click on the rate and review tab to reach the correct page. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/books-from-the-basement/id1544343334Email us at email@example.comVisit our FB Page: www.facebook/booksfromthebasement Join our FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/booksfromthebasementpc
The Fellows family has lived in Uppington Parish for time out of mind and golly they are not letting anyone forget about it. Enjoy the stories of these well to do people who still have problems of their own, which they are not really doing much about. Also hear from the servants whose work they rely on and who also have problems which the Fellows family are not doing much about. Written and Directed by Jared McDaris. Kat Evans as Narrator, Angie the Confident Dressmaker, Earl. Ansel Burch as Cecil the Butler, Priest. Jared McDaris as Carl the Curmudgeonly Driver, Baroness. Hanna Blazer as Master Fellows and Julie the Idealistic Chimneysweep. Audio edited by Jared McDaris. The SRD theme was written by Jared McDaris.
Erik Fellows talks season 2 of his show "Purgatory" on Popstar! TV premiering next month, his acting journey, working with Lindsay Lohan, and an audition with the king oh Hollywood that could have gone real bad!About Erik Fellows:Erik Fellows is best known for his role as Troy Winston in the long-running NBC's daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives. He's also known for his lead roles in movies such as 2019's Being Rose, starring opposite iconic legends Cybill Shepard, James Brolin, and Pam Grier. He also starred in the multiple award-winning drama film, Texas Heart, starring opposite Lin Shaye, John Savage and Blake Clark. Fellows proved he has the chops to pull off comedy when starring in the edgy, dark comedy, American Cowslip, alongside Oscar-nominated and award-winning legends Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Diane Ladd, Peter Falk, Rip Torn, Lin Shaye, and Blake Clark. He has appeared in numerous primetime series including CSI: NY and NCIS: Los Angeles and was a series regular starring as Damian Blackwell on the 22x Emmy winning series The Bay. Recent feature film credits include the action-suspense thriller Break Even (now available on Amazon) and the soon to be released dark comedy Starf*cker, which explores the dark, cruel underbelly of Hollywood with Erik in the lead role of Jimmy Starr.Erik currently stars on Popstar! TV's new hit series Purgatory in the lead role of Bobby, the villain/ex-con bad boy, proving his range and diversity again as an actor. The series is set to release the drama-filled Season Two on September 16th, 2021. Besides submerging himself in the world of film and television, Fellows enjoys to travel, eat mounds of candy, watch endless hours of Friends reruns and spend time with his fur babies - especially his Sphynx cat Elliott.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erikfellowsofficial/Twitter: https://twitter.com/erikfellowsWatch season 1, episode 1 of "Purgatory" here: https://www.video.popstaronline.com/channel/purgatory-1/video/purgatory-episode-101-h264-5994p1080mp4/Follow the show on social media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Theme Music by Andrew Skrabutenas
Quan Lateef-Hill is a multi-hyphenate Producer, Filmmaker, and Creator developing and producing multi-platform content in Television, Film, Digital, Podcast, Live Event & Experiential Production. Throughout her 20-year career, Quan's award-winning body of work has included scripted and unscripted content with international studios and networks such as HBO, New York Times, Viacom/BET/VH1, Quibi, Discovery, NBC, PBS, Bravo TV, Issa Rae Presents, Refinery29, AFROPUNK, BLACK GIRLS ROCK! and others. Her goal is to inspire change and use storytelling to shift the global consciousness. Quan is also a member of the inaugural group of Fellows for the 2021 Women In Film (WIF) Emerging Producers Program. Listen in as she recounts her journey and the pivots she's made to be successful. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app