#tbs Graduate Dean Dr. @israel.steinmetz.7 shares on the TBS influence. #GivingTuesday The Bible Seminary goal for #GivingTuesday is $250,000 in support of #TBS educational ministries in accordance with 2 Corinthians 9:8 and 11Support TBS at TheBibleSeminary.edu/support#GivingTuesday #GivingTuesdayNow #thebibleseminary #TBS #students #support #katytx #houston #visionSupport the show
#tbs 2021 Graduate @abigail.leavitt shares about her new book and TBS on #GivingTuesday The Bible Seminary goal for #GivingTuesday is $250,000 in support of #TBS educational ministries in accordance with 2 Corinthians 9:8 and 11Support TBS at TheBibleSeminary.edu/supportPurchase her new book on Amazon at https://tinyurl.com/yrhaxvnj#GivingTuesday #GivingTuesdayNow #thebibleseminary #TBS #students #support #katytx #houston #visionSupport the show
About Today's GuestMary Reding is a government affairs exec with diverse private sector, non-profit, and public sector experience. Government experience includes leading the Office of Executive Councils and managing the development, implementation, and setting performance standards for management initiatives across the center of government through the ten C-Suite Executive boards including the President's Management Council, Chief Financial Officers Council, Chief Information Officers Council, and the Performance Improvement Council. Mary now continues the #goodgov work at Grant Thornton Public Sector focusing on improving efficiencies for our Veteran's community at the VA and across the Defense portfolio.In addition to government service, Mary has a foundation in corporate law and non-profits serving as in-house counsel for Pebble Beach Company (www.pebblebeach.com) and leading international IT transformation team for Aviva Corporate (www.aviva.com).Mary started advocating for licensing accommodations in 2010 and created the Military Spouse JD Network in 2011 and served as the founding President. Lobbying efforts were recognized by the DC Women's Bar (awarded the DC “Star of the Bar”) and by the American Bar Association (honored w/ Grassroots Advocacy award for MSJDN).The development of the workforce matters to Mary and she has mentored rising stars in business, in the military community, and in government through the creation of the CXO Fellows program and Homefront Rising. In 2018, Mary was selected as a Presidential Leadership Scholar building a bi-partisan community to solve our nation's most important problems. And… she has the best volunteer job ever – Girl Scout troop leader.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeMilitary Spouse JD NetworkMilitary Spouse JD Network FoundationHome Front RisingPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course, Legal Issues and Documents Caregivers Need. This course provides ideas for the kinds of legal issues a caregiver will want to be aware of, what conversations to have with your service member or Veteran, and what documents caregivers might need to have handy for long-term care. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/legal-issues-documents-caregivers-need This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
#tbs 2022 Graduate #student Gary Urie shares on #GivingTuesday The Bible Seminary goal for #GivingTuesday is $250,000 in support of #TBS educational ministries in accordance with 2 Corinthians 9:8 and 11Support TBS at TheBibleSeminary.edu/support#GivingTuesday #GivingTuesdayNow #thebibleseminary #TBS #students #support #katytx #houston #visionSupport the show
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: My company recently had a big layoff - about 40% of engineers are gone. My job is safe (for now). About 6 months ago, I was promoted to a “Staff”-ish position that I've been really enjoying and looks great on my resume if I hold it for a good length of time. Besides just enjoying my job, I've just moved house and I have a baby on the way, so I'm highly motivated to have some stability (and get paid parental leave.) My gut says give it the 9 months to see how it all plays out - but my brain thinks my gut is an idiot. Interviewing while taking care of a newborn for the first time feels like an incredibly difficult thing to do and the job market may not be getting better. Do you have any advice for how to navigate this situation? Big fan of the pod! How should I approach being slightly younger than my peers at the workplace? I graduate in December with my bachelor's in CS but just turned 18 a couple of months ago. I'm actively interviewing at big tech companies and plan to start working as soon as I graduate. Should I avoid the topic or would it be completely inconsequential for my peers to be aware of my age? I'm looking to move up the ranks quickly, and can imagine many developers wouldn't love knowing their manager is in their early 20s. For what it's worth as well, I haven't been open about being slightly younger in my university setting, as early on I noticed professors didn't respect my contributions as much when they were aware of my age. What's your take?
Lead to Soar! is a production of A Career that Soars Hear Organisationsal Psychologist Noa Rein in conversation with Mel and Michelle about how to recognise toxic or hostile workplaces, behaviours and how to navigate them, as well as the questions from members about managing The Brilliant Jerk as well! Noa will help us tp find the language to articulate the problem to leaders (using the language of power) This is a recording of a live, interactive Q&A session with the members of A Career that Soars. ~ Resources Sign up for A Career that Soars! *Premium ~ Bio for Michelle Redfern Michelle is the founder of Advancing Women, an enterprise providing research and advisory services on workplace gender equality, inclusion and diversity. She is co-host of A Career that Soars! the founder of women's network Women Who Get It co-founder of CDW (Culturally Diverse Women) and host of the Lead to Soar podcast. Michelle is an experienced Non-Executive Director with Board and advisory roles in the finance, sport, for purpose and supply chain sectors. She is a proud Ambassador for Flexible Working Day and Girls Uniform Agenda. She has held executive leadership roles at ASX & FTSE listed companies NAB, Telstra and Serco during her 30-year corporate career. Michelle is a Graduate of the AICD, holds an Executive MBA (Distinction) and holds various accreditations in organisational diversity and coaching. She is an in-demand speaker and is a regular contributor to the discussion and advocate for gender equality and inclusion in sport and business workplaces. Bio for Mel Butcher Mel Butcher is a consulting engineer focused on growing business through serving enterprise industrial clients in the environmental, water, and sustainability spaces. In her free time, she is a host inside A Career That Soars! and on the Lead to Soar! podcast where she supports women in achieving their highest career ambitions. Mel is a goal advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion in the engineering and industrial world. She also gives time to supporting young engineers early in their career. Reach out here.
November 14, 2022 marks the beginning of the largest higher-education strike in United States history. The group of unions that will be striking includes some 48,000 workers across every University of California campus. KCSB's Jackie Sedley spoke with Emily Fox, a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara, about who is striking, what led them to strike, and how students, staff, and faculty can show their support. Graduate students aren't the only UC-affiliated individuals with thoughts and feelings about today's strike. KCSB's Jennifer Zwigl sat down with UCSB Graduate Professor Griffith to gauge his hopes for the UC-wide graduate student strike. Take a listen:
Subscribe to Linda Toupin: https://rebrand.ly/LindaToupin Creating traditions is something Priscilla McPheeters has been intentional about her entire life. Now she is seeing the generational results of those intentions. In what sometimes feels like a rootless society Priscilla knows first-hand the power of healthy family traditions. Add in the comment section some of your family's traditions so we can all benefit. Also check out ‘The 4:8 Principle' by Tommy Newberry. About Common Sense Choices: "We are where we are by the choices we have made, or we have allowed others to make for us." It's a simple truth of personal responsibility. Want to change your life? Change your choices. Join Linda Toupin each week as she covers a wide variety of topics that range from culture and politics to basic life and business skills to how to remain sane in a world gone mad. Expect fun, lively discussion, guest speakers, opportunities for you to contribute and weekly HOMEWORK assignments. In times like these we need STRONG, CONFIDENT citizens who are healthy mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially. Consider your time with her each week to be a life skills class filled with hope and strategy for a better you, which in turn will make a better world. More Linda Toupin: Website: http://lindatoupin.com Merch: http://byjack.com/lindatoupin Follow Linda Toupin: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindatoupin/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/LindaToupinEducator Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindatoupin Watch Linda Toupin: Common Sense Choices Podcast: https://bit.ly/ChoicesPod Common Sense Choices Clips: https://bit.ly/ChoicesClips Latest Uploads: https://bit.ly/LindaLatest Popular Videos: https://bit.ly/LindaPop About Linda Toupin: Linda was raised on a dairy farm in southeastern Kentucky where she developed a strong work ethic and sense of personal responsibility. These, along with a "milking the cows" mentality (it didn't matter if you were tired, in a bad mood or a relative had just died, the cows still had to be milked) created strong mental health habits and a solid sense of purpose. Linda went from milking cows to waiting tables as she worked her way through college where she earned her Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Home Economics and Secondary Education. She taught in the public school system for ten years. During that time, she started her own in-home business and, over the next 38 years, built a multi-million dollar sales organization both nationally and internationally. Linda has trained tens of thousands of businesswomen around the globe in life and business skills. She is the mother of two and grandmother of two.
Denis Yudchitz is a co-founder of LIFEMOST, FITMOST and Online Doctor services. He is a scientist, and biotechnologist, engaged in the development of vaccines. Graduate of Moscow School of Management Skolkovo MBA. EY 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year in the Healthcare category. FITMOST - combines fitness, yoga, massage, and beauty studios into one subscription and gives you the opportunity to enroll in more than 1700 places in 17 cities. More than 1.1 million bookings have been made through the platform. Growth in revenue compared to last year increased by x2 as planned. Online Doctor is a digital medical service that includes: the organization of VMI services and one-time medical services on its own platform (telemedicine, face-to-face visits, laboratory tests), more than 2M clients have connected to the service, the service also operates in the markets of Kazakhstan and Armenia. Lifemost - together with partners in the FITMOST model, launches an international project in the autumn, starting from the UAE. He is fond of marathons (including collecting major six), trails (running in the polar Urals), swimming in open water, studying the game of Go and immersing him FIND DENIS ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
For national apprenticeship week, Casey Thomas, recent graduate of the Ironworkers Local 477 apprenticeship program, talks to us about what the program has done for him. Artur Davis talks to us about discrimination cases he has against Hyundai. ✦ ABOUT ✦The Valley Labor Report is the only union talk radio show in Alabama, elevating struggles for justice and fairness on the job, educating folks about how they can do the same, and bringing relevant news to workers in Alabama and beyond.Our single largest source of revenue is our listeners so your support really matters and helps us stay on the air!Make a one time donation or become a monthly donor on our website or patreon:TVLR.FMPatreon.com/thevalleylaborreportVisit our official website for more info on the show, membership, our sponsors, merch, and more: https://www.tvlr.fmFollow TVLR on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheValleyLab...Follow TVLR on Twitter: @LaborReportersFollow Jacob on Twitter: @JacobM_ALFollow TVLR Co-Creator David Story on Twitter: @RadiclUnionist✦ CONTACT US ✦Our phone number is 844-899-TVLR (8857), call or text us live on air, or leave us a voicemail and we might play it during the show!✦ OUR ADVERTISERS KEEP US ON THE AIR! ✦Support them if you can.The attorneys at MAPLES, TUCKER, AND JACOB fight for working people. Let them represent you in your workplace injury claim. Mtandj.com; (855) 617-9333The MACHINISTS UNION represents workers in several industries including healthcare, the defense industry, woodworking, and more. iamaw44.org (256) 286-3704 / firstname.lastname@example.orgDo you need good union laborers on your construction site, or do you want a union construction job? Reach out to the IRONWORKERS LOCAL 477. Ironworkers477.org 256-383-3334 (Jeb Miles) / email@example.comThe NORTH ALABAMA DSA is looking for folks to work for a better North Alabama, fighting for liberty and justice for all. Contact / Join: DSANorthAlabama@gmail.comIBEW LOCAL 136 is a group of over 900 electricians and electrical workers providing our area with the finest workforce in the construction industry. You belong here. ibew136.org Contact: (205) 833-0909IFPTE - We are engineers, scientists, nonprofit employees, technicians, lawyers, and many other professions who have joined together to have a greater voice in our careers. With over 80,000 members spread across the U.S. and Canada, we invite you and your colleagues to consider the benefits of engaging in collective bargaining. IFPTE.org Contact: (202) 239-4880THE HUNTSVILLE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD is a union open to any and all working people. Call or email them today to begin organizing your workplace - wherever it is. On the Web: https://hsviww.org/ Contact: (256) 651-6707 / firstname.lastname@example.orgENERGY ALABAMA is accelerating Alabama's transition to sustainable energy. We are a nonprofit membership-based organization that has advocated for clean energy in Alabama since 2014. Our work is based on three pillars: education, advocacy, and technical assistance. Energy Alabama on the Web: https://alcse.org/ Contact: (256) 812-1431 / email@example.comThe Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union represents in a wide range of industries, including but not limited to retail, grocery stores, poultry processing, dairy processing, cereal processing, soda bottlers, bakeries, health care, hotels, manufacturing, public sector workers like crossing guards, sanitation, and highway workers, warehouses, building services, and distribution. Learn more at RWDSU.infoThe American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is the largest federal employee union proudly representing 700,000 federal and D.C. government workers nationwide and overseas. Learn more at AFGE.orgAre you looking for a better future, a career that can have you set for life, and to be a part of something that's bigger than yourself? Consider a skilled trades apprenticeship with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. Learn more at IUPAT.orgUnionly is a union-focused company created specifically to support organized labor. We believe that providing online payments should be simple, safe, and secure. Learn more at unionly.ioHometown Action envisions inclusive, revitalized, and sustainable communities built through multiracial working class organizing and leadership development at the local and state level to create opportunities for all people to thrive. Learn more at hometownaction.orgMembers of IBEW have some of the best wages and benefits in North Alabama. Find out more and join their team at ibew558.org ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
About Today's GuestAbby Malchow is the Sr. Business Development Manager of Small Business Partnerships for Small Business Empowerment at Amazon helps drive the success of small businesses and underserved business populations (including minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses). Additionally, Abby serves on the Global Board of Directors at Amazon for Mental Health & Well-Being (MHW) as the Director of Corporate Strategy. Abby helped launch MHW in April 2020 as Amazon's 13th Affinity Group and in nine months MHW grew by a rate of 600% and currently has over 18K members from 27 countries across the globe. Prior to joining Amazon, Abby worked at Intel Corporation and is a retired U.S. Navy Chief and combat veteran, serving more than 20 years in the military.Abby has been a passionate advocate for veteran suicide prevention since 2014 when she was one of the 22 veterans selected by Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) to advocate to Congress for support of the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for America's Veterans Act, which was signed into law by President Obama on February 12th, 2015. Additionally, she is a 2018 alum of the inaugural cohort of President George W. Bush's Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program where she worked in collaboration with Intel's “AI for Good” team on developing Machine Learning (ML) models on social media platforms to provide targeted suicide prevention to veterans. More recently in 2020, she led a project at Amazon in collaboration with the AWS ML Solutions Lab which built a ML model for RallyPoint that will allow them to quickly identify posts that indicate a high risk of self-harm to enable potentially life-saving intervention.Abby is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, where she earned a Master of Business Administration degree. She also holds a B.B.A. (cum laude) in Business Administration from the University of San Diego. Links Mentioned In This EpisodeAmazon Small Business Partnerships Contact EmailAmazon Small Business Impact ReportAmazon Small Business StorefrontsAmazon Small Business AcademyAmazon Seller UniversityPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course, Supporting Veteran-Owned Businesses: Supplier Diversity, In this course, you will learn strategies and best practices to implement Veteran supplier diversity in your business or organization. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/Supporting-Veteran-Owned-Businesses This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
With a nod to both procrastinators and those already planning ahead to their New Year's resolutions, Tim invites a couple of guests on to discuss AOEU's graduate courses. Jennifer Borel and Juana Meneses—both advisors and instructors for AOEU—join Tim to discuss their experiences with recent studio courses. Listen as they discuss how to be present, how to let go of perfectionism, and how a grad course can help both your teaching and your personal artistic practice. Resources and Links Listen to Juana's last episode on Rediscovering Your Artistic Identity Learn more about Studio: Fibers Learn more about Studio: Painting—Watercolor See all of AOEU's Graduate Courses
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Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area. Graham Crichton of www.grahamcrichton.com is a people and pet photographer with a street front and purpose-built studio in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In addition to being the birthplace of the Titanic, Belfast is a famous university city, which means there looks to be a [...] The post 491: Graham Crichton – University graduate and dog photography successfully under the same roof appeared first on Photography Business Xposed - Photography Podcast - how to build and market your portrait and wedding photography business.
Kevin Osterhaus joined Graduate Hotels as President just over a year ago. He stepped into the role as the brand calibrated for incredible growth, with plans to open four hotels in 2023. Osterhaus shares with Teague what it takes to build a successful brand, the importance of nostalgia when creating connections, and where Graduate Hotels is going next.
Lead to Soar! is a production of A Career that Soars Let's examine the word ambition, or ambitious, or… 'ambitious woman'. When applied to women, the adjective "ambitious" is usually used pejoratively, as discussed in Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's recent podcast with Serena Williams. Many women Mel and Michelle know do not identify as being ambitious, but they are ambitious for the world, their organizations, and their families. We think it's time to pull this word apart to see what it really means for women. ~ Resources Sign up for A Career that Soars! *Premium https://www.theadvancingwomenformula.com/life-audit https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/people/ambition-why-is-it-still-a-dirty-word-for-women-1.3665720 https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecastrillon/2019/07/28/why-ambition-isnt-a-dirty-word-for-women/?sh=1eb4eafc6e07 ~ Bio for Michelle Redfern Michelle is the founder of Advancing Women, an enterprise providing research and advisory services on workplace gender equality, inclusion and diversity. She is co-host of A Career that Soars! the founder of women's network Women Who Get It co-founder of CDW (Culturally Diverse Women) and host of the Lead to Soar podcast. Michelle is an experienced Non-Executive Director with Board and advisory roles in the finance, sport, for purpose and supply chain sectors. She is a proud Ambassador for Flexible Working Day and Girls Uniform Agenda. She has held executive leadership roles at ASX & FTSE listed companies NAB, Telstra and Serco during her 30-year corporate career. Michelle is a Graduate of the AICD, holds an Executive MBA (Distinction) and holds various accreditations in organisational diversity and coaching. She is an in-demand speaker and is a regular contributor to the discussion and advocate for gender equality and inclusion in sport and business workplaces. Bio for Mel Butcher Mel Butcher is a consulting engineer focused on growing business through serving enterprise industrial clients in the environmental, water, and sustainability spaces. In her free time, she is a host inside A Career That Soars! and on the Lead to Soar! podcast where she supports women in achieving their highest career ambitions. Mel is a goal advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion in the engineering and industrial world. She also gives time to supporting young engineers early in their career. Reach out here.
A shooting at UVA takes the lives of three, one a Hough High graduate. The Carolina Panthers and Rock Hill reach a tentative settlement in the nixed headquarters deal and the city of Charlotte makes Juneteenth a paid holiday. Those stories and more on the Charlotte Talks local news roundup.
Nearly 48,000 University of California graduate students, post-docs and researchers stayed off their jobs for a third day on Wednesday, in what labor leaders are calling the largest higher ed strike in U.S. history. The majority of UC graduate students spend more than a third of their income on rent, according to a union survey, and their average income is around $24,000 a year. Graduate students are striking across all 10 UC campuses, picketing and pausing their roles as graders, advisers and classroom teachers. We'll talk about where negotiations with the university stand and hear your reactions. Guests: Holly Rusch, lead news editor, The Daily Nexus, UCSB's independent, student-run newspaper Blake Jones, California education reporter, Politico John Logan, director of Labor Studies, San Francisco State University Neal Sweeney, president, UAW5810; postdoctoral scholar in molecular biology, UC Santa Cruz Letitia Silas, executive director of systemwide labor relations, University of California Office of the President
As we steadily continue our slow climb to the end of Season 1, we encounter an episode that has…some issues. While the plot revolves around a necklace Alan gives Cory for his birthday, why does no one else acknowledge the special day? Did Feeny ALSO teach them in 4th grade? And was this episode just one big setup to recreate a shot from The Graduate? All this, and what the hosts think of the hooting and hollering during their swimsuit scene, on this Scuba Duba installment of Pod Meets World!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 54 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we returned with the 6th inspiration session with Gerrit McGowan and Dries Faems. Sticking to the format of sharing something they learned, made them think, and made them laugh, Gerrit and Dries discuss the following captivating topics: - MBA Students and their effect on work in startups - In what sense the “cigar butting investment strategy” can be implemented today - What academic research about entrepreneurship is still missing - The new OECD innovation policy for Germany - The issues of digitalization in Germany - How to boost the productivity of a PhD Student We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast episode, filled with thought-provoking takeaways, just as much as we did producing it! Sources are listed on our website: www.mostawesomepodcast.com Chapters (0:53) Gerrit's introduction (2:55) Something that made Dries learn – “The Lean Startup Approach” & MBA Students (3:51) Gerrit's explanation of “The Lean Startup Approach” (5:12) “The Lean Startup Approach” in practice and research (8:58) MBA students and how they affect the usage of “The Lean Startup Approach” (11:55) How MBA students bloom in a startup (15:00) Extending the research question to different startup industries (18:28) Something that made Gerrit learn – the cigar-butting strategy in investing (24:00) Warren Buffets' philosophy in “cigar butt investing” (27:00) Downsides of “cigar butt investing” (32:03) Does the cigar-butting strategy also work in our increasingly digitalized world? (37:14) Does the cigar-butting strategy also work in startup investments? (38:53) Something that made Dries think – academic research on entrepreneurship (42:41) What are the academic scholars missing on entrepreneurship? (45:39) Is rigor or relevance more important in entrepreneurial academic research? (57:20) Something that made Gerrit think – New OECD innovation policy in Germany 2022 (64:00) Core problem in Germany is the low investment in digitalization (67:00) Is the lack of digitalization in Germany a governmental or cultural problem? (70:36) Something that made Dries laugh – what makes a PhD student productive? (74:46) Graduate students' relationships with professors in EU vs. US (78:12) Something that made Gerrit laugh – PostcardMania reaction to Hurricane Ian (81:26) Wrap up
As graduate enrollment professionals constantly seek to learn more about their potential student populations, the University of Notre Dame has spent the past 10 years asking their applicants to provide insight into their admission journey. Hear from Dr. Nyrée McDonald and Dr. Julaine Zenkelberger about what their students are telling them are essential factors in their decision to attend the University of Notre Dame. This episode of The NAGAP Report was hosted, produced, and edited by Aaron Berger.
Sarah Melton is a Product Education Strategist at Sprout Social, where she creates educational content and training materials. She previously worked in academic libraries and digital scholarship centers. Most recently as the former Head of Digital Scholarship at Boston College, Sarah led a group that teaches technical topics to learners of all levels. Her team facilitated data-driven research, digital project creation, and digital publishing. Sarah received her Ph.D. from Emory University in 2017.For many graduate students, both academic and non-academic careers are possibilities, which can differ greatly. Those graduate students who decide to pursue an academic career often work within an academic department or function at an institution, such as a professor, librarian, or administrator. Graduate students who work in a non-academic career might work as a consultant, within an industry, or in a variety of other functions. The choice for a graduate student to decide between an academic and non-academic career is often personal and difficult. While academic and non-academic careers both have tradeoffs, starting a career in one pathway does not mean an individual cannot transfer to a different pathway later in their career.Learn more about CITI Program: https://about.citiprogram.org/
We all know when it's time to leave the party. But, what if you're stuck in a job, educational setting, or even a price point for your work? There comes a point where you need to recognize your worth and value and level up and possibly out. Knowing when it's time can be a hard thing to do. That is why we have to learn to graduate ourselves. Take it from me, someone who has stayed in situations way too long when my internal organs were screaming at me it's time to move on. You can watch the full episodes on our Youtube page!Youtube - ConfessionsofawannabeitgirlConfessions of A Wannabe It Girl's TikTok:@wannabeitgirlpodcast Confessions of A Wannabe It Girl's IG:@confessionsofawannabeitgirl
One of the victims killed in the University of Virginia shooting was a graduate of Hough High School in Cornelius, officials confirmed. Devin Chandler was one of three University of Virginia football players killed in the overnight shooting. Two others were hurt in the incident. The suspect, identified as UVA student Christopher Darnell Jones, was taken into custody Monday morning, police confirmed. Investigators said the shooting took place on a charter bus at the Culbreth Garage on the University of Virginia campus. Law enforcement said the students were returning from a field trip when the suspect opened fire. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/crime/hough-high-school-graduate-devin-chandler-killed-university-of-virginia-shooting/275-3a570dfa-30d4-4a48-a02d-0c1b55c860ec Matthews leaders held a town hall Monday evening to allow residents to speak on a large proposed development that some neighbors are trying to stop before it gets started. The project, which would be built on Idlewild Road, would include new town homes, apartments, single-family homes and commercial space off Stallings Road. Neighbors first rallied against plans for a town house and single-family community back in 2010. Residents that are against "Sante Matthews" packed into the town hall Monday night and said they want developments in the area to be single-family houses only. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/money/markets/real-estate/idlewild-development-matthews-north-carolina/275-657178e1-2529-47b5-a622-61f43d86b113 Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT!
According to a recent report from the Philadelphia Education Research Consortium, just 35% of Philadelphia's public school students in 2018 and 2019 would have been able to graduate based on their test scores alone. But in 2018, the state enacted new graduation standards for the Class of 2023. City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri talks with Aubri Juhasz, WHYY education reporter, about why more students need alternative pathways to graduate and what those pathways entail. Want some more Philly news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter. We're also on Twitter and Instagram! Follow us @citycastphilly. Have a question or just want to share some thoughts with the team? Leave us a voicemail at 215-259-8170. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About Today's GuestDave began his military career as a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and of the US Army Ranger School. He then served two tours in Europe during which he was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as an armor platoon leader. Dave's last active duty Army position was as an Assistant Professor of Military Leadership at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It was while he was at MIT that he found the value of social media, leading to his cofounding of a consulting firm to help people leverage social media tools more professionally. He authored The Power in a Link: Open Doors, Close Deals, and Change the Way You do Business Using LinkedIn (Wiley 2011) and cofounded a software company to help people use business software better at scale. Dave joined RallyPoint as President & COO in the summer of 2016 and became CEO and a board director in September of the same year. He also currently serves as a board advisor to the Wounded Warrior Project and Vets in Tech.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeRallyPointOutreach email to RallyPointPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course, Making Connections and Networking, presented by Medal of Honor Recipient Captain Florent Groberg. Regardless of military background and experience, this course helps service members, veterans, and their families learn how to network in their new communities. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/Making-Connections-and-NetworkingThis Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com