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Health Science Starts Here
A Client From SLI's Traumatic Brain Injury Group Shares His Story

Health Science Starts Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 11:04


Joined with the head of the SLP department, Bob Serianni, an SLI client shares his story of how speech therapy and Salus students helped him after his stroke.To learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts

AMiNDR: A Month in Neurodegenerative Disease Research
227 - Autophagy & Proteostasis in Alzheimer's Disease: September 2021

AMiNDR: A Month in Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 32:42


Tune into this month's episode on the latest research on autophagy and proteostasis in Alzheimer's Disease. This includes papers on how autophagy and protein homeostasis are dysfunctional in this disease, and potential treatments that target these cellular pathways. Enjoy!  Sections in this episode:  Proteostatic and autophagic dysregulation (4:33)  RNA splicing, binding, and signaling (10:32)  Glycans, glycoproteins, and fatty acids (19:29)  Amyloid precursor protein (24:16)  Targeting Proteostasis/Autophagy Machinery (26:55) -------------------------------------------------------------- You can find the numbered bibliography for this episode by clicking here, or the link below:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F8xBFPGIJ5sVNGy_-Mb6PCeWpxJ7YNqh/view?usp=sharingTo access the folder with all the bibliographies for 2021 so far, follow this link (it will be updated as we publish episodes and process bibliographies), or click the following link below:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1N1zx_itPkCDNYE1yFGZzQxDDR-NiRx3p?usp=sharingYou can also join our mailing list to receive a newsletter by filling this form. Or tweet at us: @AMiNDR_podcast  --------------------------------------------------------------Follow-up on social media for more updates!Facebook:  AMiNDR  Twitter: @AMiNDR_podcastInstagram: @AMiNDR.podcastYoutube: AMiNDR PodcastLinkedIn: AMiNDR PodcastEmail: amindrpodcast@gmail.com  -------------------------------------------------------------- Please help us by spreading the word about AMiNDR to your friends, colleagues, and networks! Another way you can help us reach more listeners who would benefit from the show is by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. It helps us a lot and we thank you in advance for leaving a review! Our team of volunteers works tirelessly each month to bring you every episode of AMiNDR. This episode was scripted and hosted by Kate Van Pelt, edited by Michelle Grover, and reviewed by Naila Kuhlmann and Anusha Kamesh. The bibliography was made by Lara Onbasi and the wordcloud by Sarah Louadi (www.wordart.com). Big thanks to the sorting team for taking on the enormous task of sorting all of the Alzheimer's Disease papers into episodes each month. For September 2021, the sorters were Jacques Ferreira, Ellen Koch, Christy Yu, Sarah Louadi, Kate Van Pelt, Nicole Corso, Eden Dubchak, Kira Tosefsky, Dana Clausen, and Elyn Rowe.Also, props to our management team, which includes Sarah Louadi, Ellen Koch, Naila Kuhlmann, Elyn Rowe, Anusha Kamesh, Jacques Ferreira, and Shruti Kocchar for keeping everything running smoothly.Our music is from "Journey of a Neurotransmitter" by musician and fellow neuroscientist Anusha Kamesh; you can find the original piece and her other music on soundcloud under Anusha Kamesh or on her YouTube channel, AKMusic.   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMH7chrAdtCUZuGia16FR4w   -------------------------------------------------------------- If you are interested in joining the team, send us your CV by email. We are specifically looking for help with sorting abstracts by topic, abstract summaries and hosting, audio editing, creating bibliographies, and outreach/marketing. However, if you are interested in helping in other ways, don't hesitate to apply anyways.  --------------------------------------------------------------*About AMiNDR: *  Learn more about this project and the team behind it by listening to our first episode: "Welcome to AMiNDR!" 

Kosher Money
How People Successfully Transition from Yeshiva Life To The Working World

Kosher Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 62:57


Feeling stuck in your career? Need guidance on your career search or need help getting a raise? How do you battle burnout at work? How do you build a prosperous career? How are Kollel families getting by these days? What's happening inside Lakewood right now? What are challenges people face when looking for a first job at the age of 28 and how do they "work" around that?There was so much discussed in this episode! Dr. Tzvi Pirutinsky, a professor at Touro's Graduate School of Social Work, visited the Kosher Money studio, to give an inside look at what he's seeing out there.He trains social workers, teaches courses and is an active researcher. Oh, he is also a psychologist, working in the mental health field and has a clinical practice in Lakewood. If that wasn't enough, over the past 10 years he has been working with professional career services on career counseling. You can reach out to Dr. Pirutinsky on LinkedIn here: linkedin.com/in/stevenpirutinskyTo see more podcasts brought to you by Living Lchaim visit LivingLchaim.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJHk7NZyFnyphA_jfdK5rvA See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Jen Fry about Sport Geography is Geography

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 26:56


On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Jen Fry. Jen is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography at MSU. Particularly limited research has been conducted on the experiences of Black female volleyball players who played in Europe, and how place, space, and geography are intimately intertwined with how they experience life abroad based on their identities (Etzel et al., 2002). The centrality of place and space within sport and geography affects all aspects of a Black female's experience while playing professionally. Such an impact affects both their professional and personal identities, as “each is concerned with space and the way it is occupied and they both focus on the way people move and interact in geographic space” (Bale, 2003, p. 12). Research on lived experiences of professional athletes who play overseas has received very little attention within the academic and athletic communities (Meisterjahn and Wrisberg, 2013). Through utilizing a mixed methods process of surveys and interviews, Jen's research focuses on understanding the racial experiences of Black female professional volleyball players within Europe who have not existed within geography studies; or, more specifically, sport geography studies within lenses of Black Feminist Theory, Critical Race Theory, Black Geographies, and Theory of Racial Space. The goal of her research is to understand if Black female volleyball players from the United States experience race and racism while playing professionally in Europe, and if so, does it differ from racism experienced in the United States. Unsurprisingly, it was found they experience racism in both similarly and wildly different ways such as being spit on, teammates withholding their English skills, and being accused of prostitution. If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

This...I...Do...For...Me:  Over 50, Black and Fabulous!

Lori Tharps is a writer, an author and a lover of all that examines culture and how it plays out in our day to day lives. She says, “I am a Black-American woman married to a Spanish man, and my life is a meltingpot of melanin, curls, accents and adventures.” As an expat writer living in the south of Spain, Lori is now able to devote the majority of her time to writing – no longer squeezing it in with her former professorship at Temple University, and a multitude of other tasks, Lori is excited to be able to live the life of a writer full time. Already a prolific writer, Lori has authored the following titles “Kinky Gazpacho”, “Hair Story: Untangling The Roots of Black Hair in America” (1st and 2nd editions), “Substitute Me”, and “Same Family Different Colors: Confronting Colorism in America's Diverse Families”. Lori has developed a palate for developing works that examine the intersection of race and real life. Lori proudly states “All my life, I've wanted to write stories that would change the world.” She has done just that, especially with “Hair Story….” as it was one of if not the first book that addressed African Americans' ancestral connections to their hair. Her background as a journalist, educator, podcast host and in-demand speaker have been a perfect conduit for her laser sharp research and observations. She hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and in this interview, Lori shares with us the role this industrial city played in her development. Despite the fact that she noticed the inherent segregation in her birthplace, she, through the encouragement of her mother, was allowed to develop her highly creative energies. As a child, Lori wrote plays, assigned parts, and was always looking for ways to express her strong love of writing. As a student at Smith College, Lori was able to study abroad in Salamanca, Spain where she met her soulmate, who was to become her husband. After attending Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Lori began her public relations and journalistic pursuits on Madison Avenue at one of the top ten public relations firms, along with Vibe Magazine and Entertainment Weekly. Lori's current life in Spain is centered around affording her children the opportunity to deepen their relationship with their Spanish heritage, gracing her husband with the ability to spend time with his aging parents, and nurturing her desire to meld all of this with her desire to focus solely on her writing without the demands of a rigorous teaching career (Lori retired from her professorship at Temple prior to moving to Spain). She is an orchestral conductor of sorts! She is biking on the streets of Spain, getting lost at book festivals, and although she can conduct day to day tasks using her verbal Spanish skills, read instructions, menus and other activities of daily living, Lori is determined to learn to read literature in Spanish. She even lets us in on how she plans to strategically accomplish this feat. Lori shared in a recent post on her popular blog My American Melting Pot “I don't want to exist on the margins of society because I can't consume the written word.” Because Lori is clearly living a liberal arts lifestyle, we know she will conquer this, as well! Lori's words of counsel to older women considering moving abroad is to be clear on your “why”, make as detailed a list as possible of all of the logistical steps to be taken, follow the pland and DO IT! anPlease check out and follow this amazing woman on her blog MYAMERICANMELTINGPOT.COM, on Instagram @loriltharps and her podcast My American Melting Pot on the Apple Podcast platform.

Health Science Starts Here
A Deep Dive into the Blindness and Low Vision Studies Program and Tips for Applying

Health Science Starts Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 7:38


In this podcast, we talk with Candida Mulligan, an admissions officer in Salus University's Office of Admissions. She talks to us about the Blindness and Low Vision Studies program and tips and tricks for application.To learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts

All About Skills!
054 Dr. Arthur W. Zimiga, Native American Educator and Member of the Oglala Lakota Teton Nation and Charlie Jett discuss the Critical Skills

All About Skills!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 75:11


Dr. Arthur W. Zimiga, a master and doctorate graduate from the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, is known nationally and worldwide as a top Native American educator. Dr. Zimiga has presented curriculum material and has lectured on such subjects as Native American Education and business development for the “Cultural Different.” Institutions where he has either taught or lectured include foreign educational agencies and major universities in the United States including Harvard University, UCLA, University of Arizona, University of South Dakota, and others. Dr. Zimiga has an extensive background in Native American cultures and specializes in the Lakota Culture of which he is a member of Oglala Lakota Teton Nation. He is well respected by his fellow colleagues in business development as well as higher learning as well as elementary and secondary education worldwide. His humor and can-do attitude are refreshing attributes that audiences enjoy. Dr. Zimiga is a poet, writer, soldier, artist, sportsman, executive, business developer, politician, educator, community leader, and family-oriented person. He is also my friend – we were elementary school classmates in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He brings insights that enlighten audiences – so you are in for a big surprise with Dr. Arthur Zimiga.

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Dr. Jon Wergin - The Deep Learning Mindset

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 47:45


Jon Wergin has been Professor of Education Studies at Antioch University's Graduate School of Leadership & Change since 2003, following a 30-year career at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he won awards for both teaching (1996) and scholarship (1998). He was the founding director of the Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards in the American Association for Higher Education in 1992, and continued an active association with AAHE until 2004, focusing his scholarship on leadership and change in higher education. He is the author or co-author of 18 books and monographs, 13 book chapters, and 64 scholarly papers, and has given invited addresses to more than 100 colleges, universities, and professional organizations on such topics as faculty development, evaluation research, professional education, curriculum development in higher education, evaluation and change in higher education, and department chair development.  His most recent book is Deep Learning in a Disorienting World. After nearly 20 years with Antioch, Jon moved to semi-retirement status in July 2020.Quotes I Enjoyed From This Episode"There's a deep learning mindset that gives us permission to continually be curious about the world."(Deep learners) "are driven by a sort of 'humble curiosity,' that there's always more to know. And the result of that knowledge will make for a more satisfying and efficacious life.""It's, putting yourself in that state of what I call 'constructive disorientation.' How do you find that sweet spot between comfort and anxiety? That place where you are just uncomfortable enough to be motivated to examine your feelings and reflect. But not so uncomfortable that you want to pull back, escape, and go to a more comfortable place. It can be a very narrow band."Resource Mentioned in This EpisodePodcast: Growing as Grownups Podcast - Robert Kegan and Keith EigelBook: Caste by Isabel WilkersonFilm: In and Of ItselfAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Psychedelic honey, illegal cheese and other delicacies

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 164:18


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show with the latest news from Washington D.C., including the latest from the Jan. 6 committee, and a House vote to censure Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona for sharing an altered anime video of him killing Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we ask listeners their Thanksgiving plans as COVID cases rise. Andrea Cabral discusses the latest in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, including Judge Bruce Schroeder dismissing the gun charge against Rittenhouse. She also talks about the state of marijuana legalization at the federal level. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and the former Massachusetts secretary of public safety. She is currently the CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville updates listeners on the latest news from schools, including how schools are doing when it comes to COVID-19, and the latest slew of racist incidents. Reville is the former Massachusetts secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also heads the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders. Dylan Thuras tells stories of strange food from around the world, including psychedelic honey, the anti-masterbatory origins of graham crackers and the great molasses flood in Boston in 1919. Dylan Thuras is the co-founder and creative director of Atlas Obscura, and the co-author of the New York Times bestseller “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders.” His latest book is “Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer's Guide.” It was co-authored with Cecily Wong. Shirley Leung weighs in on the State House's inability to pass legislation to distribute the American Rescue Plan Act funds, and the future of Boston's downtown in an era of hybrid work. Leung is a business columnist for The Boston Globe and a Boston Public Radio contributor. We end the show by talking with listeners about their strange food stories.

The Hamilton Review
A Conversation with Dr. Alice Kuo: COVID Vaccine For Children 5-11

The Hamilton Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 26:56


Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with Dr. Alice Kuo to discuss the COVID vaccine for children ages 5-11. Parents, caregivers and educators - this conversation is for you as the two doctors discuss the common questions and concerns about this important vaccine for children. A must listen episode. Enjoy this important conversation and share with a friend! Dr. Alice Kuo is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and of Health Policy and Management in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is also the Chief of the Medicine-Pediatrics Section and Director of the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center. Her research interests are mainly in early childhood, and she has published in the areas of developmental screening and services, early literacy practices, cognitive and language development in young minority children, hearing screening in early childhood, services for children with autism, and mental health services for children. In addition to her research, Dr. Kuo is heavily involved in educational programs at many levels, from high school to post-graduate fellows. As the co-director of the Training Core for the NHLBI-funded Center for Population Health and Health Disparities, she works with disadvantaged high school students in East Los Angeles, focusing on reduction of cardiovascular risk factors, community capacity-building and career mentoring. She is the Director of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)-funded Pathways for Students into Health Professions for disadvantaged undergraduate students interested in public health and health professional careers. She also teaches the Foundations of Maternal and Child Health course at the UCLA School of Public Health each year. In October 2012, Dr. Kuo joined the NICHD-funded Center for Autism Research and Treatment as its Director of Research Training and Education. In September 2020 she was named as the Project Investigator of the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, a multi-organizational network dedicated to improving health outcomes of autistic individuals. At the David Geffen School of Medicine, she is Director of the Systems of Care Pathway, a longitudinal program for medical students to learn about the intersection of health care systems and clinical practice. At the post-graduate level, Dr. Kuo is the Program Director of the UCLA Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program. At the national level, Dr. Kuo is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Council of Community Pediatrics in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). She was the co-chair of the Community Pediatrics Training Initiative Program Advisory Committee at the AAP from 2005-20008. She was the co-chair of the Advocacy Training Special Interest Group in the Academic Pediatrics Association (APA) from 2004-2007, and Region Co-Chair of the APA from 2007-2010. Clinically, Dr. Kuo sees primary care patients at the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center in Santa Monica, the first ambulatory practice at UCLA with extended hours in the evenings and on weekends and holidays. She also precepts residents and students at the Simms-Mann Health Center in Santa Monica. She also directs the School Function Program at the Venice Family Clinic, a primary care-based model for addressing learning issues and mental health problems in children. Dr. Kuo received a B.A. in biology from Harvard University, her M.D. from UCLA, and her Ph.D. in educational psychology with a focus on early childhood and special education from the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. How to contact Dr. Bob: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Seven Secrets Of The Newborn website: https://7secretsofthenewborn.com/ Website: https://roberthamiltonmd.com/ Pacific Ocean Pediatrics: http://www.pacificoceanpediatrics.com/ Share this episode with a friend and leave a rating + review on Apple Podcasts to help others find this content. Thanks so much!

The Missing Link for SLPs
SLP Fishbowl Series #2: Transitioning from Graduate School to Your SLP Career

The Missing Link for SLPs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 42:49


In this episode of the Fishbowl the ladies talk about how they started their careers, what informed their choices and decision-making, what cascading generalization effects are, the changes in the approaches to certain treatments, why it's important to ask what you're learning from your job and stepping away from the props that you're used to using and focusing more on what you're targeting. Visit FreshSLP.com/podcast for this episode's show notes, a full audio transcript and more great resources at the intersection of grad school and a successful SLP career.Not a substitute for a formal SLP education or medical advice for patients/caregivers. Fresh SLP is in no way affiliated with or representing any university.

Battlegrounds: International Perspectives
Ukraine: Perspectives On Democracy In Eastern Europe

Battlegrounds: International Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 57:57


Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Hoover Institution, Stanford University   In this episode of Battlegrounds, H.R. McMaster and former Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk discuss the U.S.-Ukraine relationship, the Russian threat to security, and priorities for reform and strengthening governance in Ukraine. H.R. McMaster in conversation with Oleksiy Honcharuk on Wednesday, November 17 at 9:00am PT. ABOUT THE SPEAKERS Oleksiy Honcharuk was Ukraine's 17th Prime Minister (August 2019 – March 2020). He also served as a Deputy Head of the Presidential Office of Ukraine, member of the National Reforms Council, and as an external advisor to the First Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine. Prime Minister Honcharuk also headed Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) a non-governmental organization. Previously he worked in law where he was as an arbitration manager and managing partner at Constructive Lawyers, a law firm he had founded and a lawyer at PRIOR-Invest investment company. H. R. McMaster is the Fouad and Michelle Ajami Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and the Japan Chair at the Hudson Institute.  He is also the Bernard and Susan Liautaud Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute and lecturer at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.  He was the 26th assistant to the president for National Security Affairs. Upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1984, McMaster served as a commissioned officer in the United States Army for thirty-four years before retiring as a Lieutenant General in June 2018. Battlegrounds provides a needed forum with leaders from key countries to share their assessment of problem sets and opportunities that have implications for U.S. foreign policy and national security strategy. Each episode features H.R. McMaster in a one-on-one conversation with a senior foreign government leader to allow Americans and partners abroad to understand how the past produced the present and how we might work together to secure a peaceful and prosperous future. “Listening and learning from those who have deep knowledge of our most crucial challenges is the first step in crafting the policies we need to secure peace and prosperity for future generations.”

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Sarah Stein Greenberg: Executive Director, Stanford d.school

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:14


Get ready to start thinking more creatively and be more curious! Listen in to Guy Kawasaki interview Sarah Stein Greenberg on this week's Remarkable People podcast where they dig into design thinking and creativity. Sarah Stein Greenberg is the author of Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways and the Executive Director of Stanford's d.school. She leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who help people unlock their creative abilities and apply them to the world. Sarah speaks regularly at universities and global conferences on design, business, and education. She holds an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business and a BA in history from Oberlin College. Sarah also serves as a trustee for global conservation organization Rare.

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 190, an episode with a highly regarded lecturer, Carole Robin. Get Carole's book here: https://amzn.to/3lAmUhi Carole Robin, Ph.D. was known as the Queen of Touchy Feely and received the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award and the Silver Apple award for contributions to alumni programming. She was the Dorothy J. King Lecturer in Leadership at Stanford's Graduate School of Business where she helped to further develop the Interpersonal Dynamics Course including co-developing the Executive version. She also became the Director of the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows Program. When she retired in 2017, a scholarship was established in her name. Subsequently, she co-founded Leaders in Tech, a nonprofit which brings two decades of lessons to Silicon Valley startups. Carole was a partner in an international consulting firm and a senior manager in a Fortune 500 company. She has provided executive coaching, leadership development and executive team building to a wide range of business, government, and nonprofit clients ranging in size from startups to global and Fortune 500 organizations and is currently an advisor on several boards. She is the recipient of two Congressional Awards for Community Service. In this episode, Carole discussed more about “Touchy Feely” and the importance of connecting to people and how it greatly affects an individual real time, or in the future. CONNECT: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues. Carole Robin & David Bradford: https://amzn.to/3lAmUhi Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

DREAM. THINK. DO.
341: WHAT'S YOUR MISSION - Strategies for Life and Leadership

DREAM. THINK. DO.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 46:33


Dr. Mike Patterson is a lifelong learner dedicated to helping leaders and teams get stuff done!  He's the author of the book, “Mission First, People Always: The Definitive Guide to Balancing People and Performance.”  I can say that Mike is a leader you want to learn from… because he was actually a leader for me when I first entered the corporate world YEARS ago… and his leadership style had a huge impact on me.  That's why I'm so excited to introduce him to YOU!  In addition to an impressive pedigree in education, Mike has also been an officer in the Army; and he's been a leader in sales, marketing, and training with the corporate world.  More recently… he's teaching doctoral programs AND doing consulting and speaking… that allows him to work with leaders and teams from many of the world's top organizations. We're talking about what it takes to be “Mission Focused” and how we can get there as individuals and as leaders! RESOURCES: Mike's Website: drmikepatterson.com Mike's book: https://www.missionfirstpeoplealwaysbook.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmichaellpatterson Mike's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrmikepatterson OTHER RELATED EPISODES: Lindsay Strage: Someone who's living her MISSION: https://mitchmatthews.com/337 Is being a SPEAKER part of YOUR mission: https://mitchmatthews.com/332 Jess Ekstrom: Someone else who's LIVING her MISSION: https://mitchmatthews.com/242 MORE ON ARTHUR GUINNESS: During our conversation, we mention that Mike pointed to the founder of the Guinness Brewery as an example of someone who LIVED true to his MISSION.  Here's a few fun (and inspiring) facts you probably didn't know! https://www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/facts-arthur-guinness https://www.guinness-storehouse.com/content/pdf/archive-factsheets/general-history/arthur-guinness.pdf MORE ON MIKE PATTERSON: Mike teaches in the doctoral programs at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology and California Baptist University.  Other academics:  Wheaton College on a 4-year Army ROTC scholarship While on active duty in Germany, Mike earned a MPA from Troy University.  A few years into his business career, he earned a MA in organizational leadership with high honors from Biola University. Followed by a Certificate in Biblical Studies from Biola's Talbot School of Theology.  Then Mike completed his doctoral work at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology.  His consulting firm is Ambassador Associates. Their goal is to help clients bridge the gap that sometimes exists between people and performance.  MINUTE BY MINUTE: 0:02 What to expect today 1:20 Conversation starts 2:17 How Mitch and Mike met 6:23 The importance of “seeing” people 9:55 Why your mission truly matters 18:27 You are blessed to be a blessing 19:42 How to get more clear on your vision 24:48 Conflict triggers and how to use them 31:09 Help your team (and yourself) staying on mission 38:31 What Mike wishes he understood sooner 40:05 Mitch's minute NOW… I want to hear from YOU! Comment and let me know what stood out to YOU from my convo with Mike.   More importantly… what might be your MISSION for 2022 and beyond? Here's some questions to guide you: What do you want to see more of in 2022? What change do you want to be a part of in 2022? What's a small but significant step you can take towards THAT… today? Comment and let us know.   What's YOUR mission for life and/or leadership?  And/or why do YOU think it's important to get clear on your mission?  Or… why do you think it's not?  Or… how do YOU get clear on your mission?  What questions do you ask yourself?  What questions do you suggest for people to help them get clear on THEIR mission?  Let me know your thoughts.  I can't wait to hear from YOU!

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Lexi Nadolsky about The Genetics of Sex in Electric Fish

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 16:15


On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Lexi Nadolsky. Lexi's research focuses on discovering the different ways that the electric fish Mormyrids determine their sex genetically. Her research involves searching for the AMHR2 gene in many mormyrid species to begin piecing together how each fish population may have evolved distinctly.If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Dr. Randal Joy Thompson - Proleptic Leadership on the Commons

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 40:36


Dr. Randal Joy Thompson is a global wanderer who has been moving from country to country working in international development since the 1980s. She has worked and lived in India, Cameroon, Morocco, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Liberia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Jordan and worked short term in a number of other countries. She loves exploring new cultures and working with teams of local nationals who always teach her new things about the world and what is important to value. As a scholar-practitioner, she recently focused on "leadership on the commons." Her book Proleptic Leadership on the Commons: Ushering in a New Global Era was published in October 2020 and her upcoming co-edited book (with Devin Singh and Kathleen Curran) Reimagining Leadership on the Commons: Shifting the Paradigm for a More Ethical, Equitable, and Just World will be published on September 29, 2021.  Her 2018 co-edited with Julia Storberg-Walker book Leadership and Power in International Development: Navigating the Intersections of Gender, Culture, Context, and Sustainability won the 2018 Academy for Human Resource Development R. Wayne Pace HRD Book of the Year Award. She has published articles and chapters on women in El Salvador, Afghanistan, Morocco, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Myanmar.  Her company, Dream Connect Global, creates networks to help people achieve their dream. She earned her Ph.D. in Human and Organization Systems from Fielding Graduate University, a MA in Philosophy and MBA from the University of Chicago, a MA in Biblical Exposition from Capital Seminary and Graduate School, and a BA in Philosophy from the University of California, Berkeley.  She is currently a Fellow at Fielding's Institute for Social Innovation. She is a mother of two sons and a grandmother of five grandkids. To learn more about her work,  visit Randal's Website. A Powerful Quote From This Episode"Commoners are living with the values, the relationships, that they would hope society would evolve into. That prefigurative. And it's a powerful way of change. But when you translate that into leadership, it's 'proleptic.' Because you have that vision of that perfect society that you want to create. And that vision drives your leadership, it drives the way you are, what you're being on every level...on the personal level, on the inner relational level, on the social level. Once you have that vision so clear, glimpses of it keep coming to you."Resource Mentioned in This EpisodeBook: Governing the Commons by Elinor OstromSample Eco Village: EcoVillage at IthacaAssociation: International Society for the Study of the CommonsCity of the Future: TelosaAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
#271 James Heskett- Turning Company Culture into a Competitive Advantage

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 69:52


James L. Heskett is UPS Foundation Professor Emeritus at the Harvard Business School and author of his latest book, With From Within: Build Organizational Culture for Competitive Advantage. He completed his Ph.D. at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, and has been a member of the faculty of The Ohio State University as well as President of Logistics Systems, Inc. Since 2000, he has authored a blog on the school's Working Knowledge web site. Professor Heskett was the 1974 recipient of the John Drury Sheahan Award of the Council of Logistics Management, the 1992 Marketing Educator of the Year Award of Sales and Marketing Executives International, and the 2010 Distinguished Career Contribution Award in Services Management of American Marketing Association. Among his publications are books, including authorship of The Culture Cycle, co-authorship of The Ownership Quotient, The Value Profit Chain and many more! A member of the faculty of the Harvard Business School since 1965, he has at different times taught courses in marketing, business logistics, the management of service operations, business policy, and service management, general management, and the entrepreneurial manager as well as served as Senior Associate Dean in charge of academic programs.  Watch on YouTube Transcript  Subscribe to my Momentum Monday Newsletter Connect with us! Whatgotyouthere NuSkool Snacks Collagen Protein Bars https://nuskoolsnacks.com/

Eigenbros
Eigenbros ep 140 - Is Physics Political?

Eigenbros

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 54:02


Juan & Terence discuss the nature of politics in physics. They discuss the politics in academia an how it can be navigated

Hospitality Design: What I've Learned
Episode 75: Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

Hospitality Design: What I've Learned

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 65:25


Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu's  Shanghai-based practice is as prolific as its work is thought-provoking, thanks to the leadership provided by the husband-and-wife duo, who met while they were studying architecture as undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley. They both cut their teeth with Michael Graves before deciding to go out on their own in 2004 after moving back to Shanghai. One of their early projects was the Waterhouse hotel, which established Neri&Hu as a firm known for a sensitive approach to design. In addition to helming the firm, they both teach at Harvard's Graduate School of Design as visiting professors. Beyond the iconic buildings they've created, the duo sees it as their legacy to give back what they've learned to the next generation of designers and architects.

Influence Podcast
268. How to Help People Understand Glossolalia

Influence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 36:09


Speaking in tongues is one of Pentecostalism's most distinctive practices. And yet, in his doctoral research, Timothy Laurito found that “a majority of self-identified Pentecostal participants did not feel like they had even been adequately taught about speaking in tongues.” He goes on to argue that this fact “should be of concern for Pentecostals.” In this episode of the Influence Podcast, I'm talking to Timothy Laurito about how pastors and other church leaders can help people understand glossolalia from a multidisciplinary perspective. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Timothy Laurito is an ordained Assemblies of God minister, assistant pastor at Faith Tabernacle in Denton, Texas, and an adjunct professor at Northpoint Bible College and Graduate School. He is author of Speaking in Tongues: A Multidisciplinary Defense, published by Wipf & Stock. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Most people have access to the Bible, but few regularly engage with it. Bible Engagement Project equips churches with digital Bible study resources to help people of all ages read and understand Scripture so they can become more like Jesus and live radically changed lives. Bible Engagement Project is available in both English and Spanish. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to learn more.

Hip-Hop Can Save America
Hip-Hop Education, Movement & Empowerment with Aysha Upchurch

Hip-Hop Can Save America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 52:38


We often talk about the intersection of Hip-Hop and education on this show -- and for good reason. It's an area that has produced a ton of receipts showing the effectiveness of merging these two worlds for the good of our young people. This was perfectly exemplified when we covered the Can't Stop Hip-Hop: The Education Movement conference at Harvard's Graduate School of Education and first heard form today's guest. And while we sometimes get lost in the pedagogical weeds, I am so excited to kick it with Aysha Upchurch because not only does she expertly navigate those weeds, but her Hip-Hop spirit is always on full display -- and it is that dance and movement-inspired lens through which she views her work, approaches the world, inspires and empowers others, and sparks radical change -- that sits at the heart of the very concept of this show, and all my work. That Hip-Hop can save America! And most likely, all of humanity. Aysha Upchurch, I promise you, is part of that blueprint..  -- Follow on social media @hiphopadvocacy Email us at hiphopadvocacy@gmail.com Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/hiphopadvocacy (www.patreon.com/hiphopadvocacy) Book a speaker - https://www.hiphopspeaker.com/ (www.hiphopspeaker.com) Sign up for the free newsletter https://www.hiphopadvocacy.org/newsletter (www.hiphopadvocacy.org/newsletter) HHCSA! is a https://www.mannyfacesmedia.com/ (Manny Faces Media) production. Support this podcast

Obsessed
Obsessed Minisode - The One About Stopping Stress Now

Obsessed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 7:33


Here are the tips we believe will help unrattle your nerves this holiday season. Don't forget to check out what we are up to! #obsessedpodcast https://linktr.ee/crownandcompassgirls The ever-present toll of the global pandemic is the backdrop for how lives are navigated these days. It has created a foundational shift in how Americans are navigating their lives. The essence of the human experience has deteriorated with the lack of social interaction, job opportunities, familial anchors, and shifts of everyday routines. This isolating experience has been a direct cause in the uptick of presenting diagnosis of anxiety and depression. And the individual experience, as we self-reflect, has contributed to lower self-esteem in both adults and their children. In April, the Journal of the American Medical Association underscored the point that economic stress, social isolation, reduced access to religious services, and the collective anxiety Americans experienced increased firearm sales and healthcare worker suicides. Parenting, too, has proven to be greatly affected by the onset of pandemic stressors. A University of Oregon shows that parents with children under 5 are the most stressed. Harvard's Graduate School of Education, too, found that 61% of parents with youngsters aged 5, 6, and 7 years of age experienced the feeling of being more “nervous, anxious, or on edge” because of the pandemic. With the seeming loss of control, it is imperative we start understanding what we truly have control over. Notwithstanding mental illness, the only thing we have control over is our thoughts. And understanding the negative loops in our heads, recognizing these ruminations that are tainted in fear, and purposefully exchanging negative thoughts with powerful positive thoughts can rewire the way we approach our everyday lives. An abundance of free resources are available online to support this renewal of our thought patterns during times of marked life change. 7Cups, is an online therapeutic support networks that offers free counseling, https://www.7cups.com/. And groups such as The Squad, https://www.julielokuncoaching.com/join-the-jl-coaching-community, offers a community of empowerment and connection when authentic relationships seem to be a depleted resource. By creating an intimate environment that is infused with thought-provoking, new ways to attack our “new normal” is the first step in combatting the emotional fatigue of 2020. These 5 tips can help you calm your ever-present anxiety over the uncontrollable force 2020/21 has pushed in our laps. 1. Create a community. By building a community of positive influencers in your life, their example can be contagious. 2. Exercise. Releasing endorphins, is perhaps, the most powerful self-inducing medicine that humans can experience. Take a walk. Take an online yoga class. Join a Covid-Safe gym. Whatever your choice, just get out and start moving. 3. Know when you are at your limit. When you are about to scream or if you find yourself hibernating in your bed binging Netflix, because you just can't deal--this is the point when you need to reach out to the anchors in your life. No one can do this alone. And, even if you are technically alone, the voice of a person you trust, can be the salve that calms the calamity. 4. Find a hobby. Has there been something you have been meaning to do--but have made excuses with consistent avoidance? Pick up the paintbrush or pen and start crafting out a space to release your creative energy. This is a powerful way to shift your mind and engage in a heart-felt extension of your internal experience. 5. Write it down. A journal is an inexpensive way to funnel your feelings of angst onto paper and effectively release tension. Make this a daily practice. And remember that what you write does not have to be perfect--because that is not what the human experience is about. You will have, in essense, a historical snapshot of your experiences. Whatever method you chose, invest in yourself by working through the clutter in your brain. Remember, you are not alone. We are all in this together.

The Landscape Architecture Podcast

http://www.mosbach.fr Catherine Mosbach is the founder of Paris-based design firm mosbach paysagiste, which she established in 1987, as well as the magazine Pages Paysages, which she co-founded with Marc Claramunt, Pascale Jacotot and Vincent Tricaud. Catherine is renowned for socially and environmentally responsible work that attests to temporality and continuing change, referring those who interact with these landscapes to relationships with history, culture and the elements. Mosbach's many projects include the Solutre archaeological park in Saone-et-Loire, Walk Sluice of Saint-Denis, the Botanical Garden of Bordeaux, the other side in Quebec City, Shan Shui at the International Horticultural Exposition in Xian, the Place de la Republic in Paris, Walking Mediterranean Fort Saint Jean in Marseille. Mosbach's work reveals latencies and hidden layers in the landscape, making the amorphous, ambiguous or slow-moving apparent in real time. The firm's projects are often close to a decade in the making, with precise relationships to site conditions, rhythms of activity and occupation and seasonal variation. Mosbach is the recipient of the equerre d'argent award with Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa for the Louvre Lens Museum Park in 2013, and Phase Shift Park (Gateway park) in Taichung was honoured in 2014 in the Iconic Concept Award category by the German Design Council, Munich. Catherine was named an officer of the Legion of Honor proposed by the President of the Republic Francois Hollande in 2016, and is a graduate of the Landscape Architecture School of Versailles. She also instructs the course Build with Life: Transformation and Formation: Landscape and Islamic Culture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. https://www.dezeen.com/2020/11/12/mosbach-paysagistes-phase-shifts-park-taichung-taiwan-landscape-architecture/ https://landezine.com/museum-park-louvre-lens-by-mosbach-paysagistes/

Norm Nathan's Vault of Silliness
Norm Nathan's Vault of Silliness - Ep 62

Norm Nathan's Vault of Silliness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


We begin Year 2 of Norm Nathan’s Vault of Silliness with a Dumb Birthday game from November 2nd, 1991. I am calling this one The Rift since Norm is hating on me, right from the start. So much so that I stop talking to him and have Jack relay my answers to Norm. Besides the palpable displeasure with me there’s lots of good stuff in this one. Players: Stacy from Boston Steve the Wrestler from Melrose Kristin from Dorchester Scott from Peabody Tony producing and on the phone from the control room Jack Harte from the Pru Bdays with all the music and sfx: Burt Lancaster Ray Walston Pat Buchanan – and Norm doesn’t hold back The adjective rich Stephanie Powers from Haahht to Haahht 11/4 Walter Cronkite Art Carney 11/5 Tatum O’Neal Back to 11/4 The adjective laden Loretta Swit – Jack adds some very interesting info Do we actually hear the age 76 guessed without saying “That’s the Spirit?” A 55 without “That’s the limit?” A 66 without “That’s the route?” A 77 without “That’s the Strip?” You’ll have to break out your stat sheet and keep track at home. After the game we are entertained by the following: Some Bottom of the hour news with Norm (10 minutes or so late) Traffic with Jack Accuwx with Norm Caller: Randy ‘The Macho Man’ Savage He said he heard that Norm went out as him for Halloween because he went out as Norm. Norm with an exciting sports update Teases future guest: The Flat Earth Research Society International which had 3500 members at the time. Warren Shepard Countryside tease for 5am Ray Brown was going to be in starting at 5:30am Neil Chayet Looking at the Law on Sunday mornings from 7-9am Dr. Howard Smith was leaving the time slot and moving to the West Coast Top Hour Sounder Darrell Gould’s intro to Accuwx w/Brett Anderson Traffic with Jack and Norm Old, dry Norm Show Open And we close with diving into our telephone booth reference book and place a call to the Motel 6 in Sioux Falls, SD to ask about the blizzards. Norm speaks with the front desk clerk, Joan. Even though she can’t occupy that main line, Norm manages to keep her on for a short time and then someone walks in and she had to go. We are also graced with a variety of commercials! The Bolshoi Ballet Gold Bond 2x – once with Patrick Palladino Jr. from Winchester MA and the other from Joan Cantwell of Brockton MA Keep It in Your Sneaker Powder twice Join WBZ and Jordan Marsh for a sneak preview of The Enchanted Village to benefit the Children’s Hospital Fund! The Graduate School at Lesley College The Door and Window Specialists at J&C Adams (starring Tom and Russ) Peter Meade voiced! And Danielle Steele for the Ad Council Ep 62, The Rift, is ready to roll.

Health Science Starts Here
Speech-Language Pathology vs Audiology: What to Choose and How They Work Together

Health Science Starts Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 23:17


In this podcast, we talk with Dr. Lindsay Bondurant, director of the Pennsylvania Ear Institute and associate professor for Salus University's Osborne College of Audiology and with Robert Serianni, chair, program director and associate professor for the Speech-Language Pathology program.They talk with us about the audiology and speech-language pathology professions, how to know which one to choose, and how they work together in the healthcare field. To learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: How to Eat Fried Worms

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 164:12


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show by unpacking Tuesday's election, including what Glenn Youngkin's win for Virginia mayor means for Democrats and the role of education as a dividing issue. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we ask listeners about their reactions to the election, including Youngkin's win and Boston Mayor-elect Michelle Wu's win. Andrea Cabral talks about why only one Black juror was chosen in the trial of Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan, who shot Ahmaud Arbery in February 2020. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and the former Massachusetts secretary of public safety. She is currently the CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville weighs in on why he maintains hope following Tuesday's election, and his thoughts on Wu's education plan. Reville is the former Massachusetts secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also heads the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Tori Bedford discusses her recent reporting on Mass. and Cass following Acting Mayor Kim Janey's executive order, including the state of arrests, tent clearings, and proceedings at a makeshift courthouse in the Suffolk County House of Correction. Bedford covers Boston's neighborhoods, including Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan for GBH. Jon Gruber draws parallels between the government in the hit Korean show “Squid Game” and the United States, including who viewers and voters find culpable for poverty and why rich countries fail to care for their poor. Gruber teaches economics at MIT. He was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act, and his latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth And The American Dream.” We end the show by asking listeners whether they would eat insects, which was proposed as a solution to the environmental effect of farming at the U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow.

Careers Unfiltered
Designing Your Major and Career, with Amina Shareef '19

Careers Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 33:00


Amina Shareef is a creative designer who has designed an undergraduate major and also her future career path. She graduated from the University of Rochester in 2019 with a double major in Digital Media Studies and a self-made major in Education and shares her excitement to be a guest on the podcast she helped in its infant stages. She continued her studies at Kent State University in Ohio to earn her MFA in Visual Communication Design where she also acted as an Adjunct Professor. Some of her career goals include working in the industry, eventually teaching at the college level, and perhaps even owning her own business. Meanwhile she is working for her father's business, freelancing, and creating drawings on her Instagram account @ handivity. Amina shares how all of her experiences link back to her portfolio, where she gets inspiration from, and how completing her masters during the pandemic was a different, but insightful experience.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2709 - Race And Freedom in France and the U.S. w/ Tyler Edward Stovall

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 66:06


Sam and Emma host Tyler Edward Stovall, Professor of History and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University, to discuss his recent book White Freedom: The Racial History of an Idea. Sam and Emma host Tyler Edward Stovall, Professor of History and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University, to discuss his recent book, “White Freedom: The Racial History of an Idea,” looking at how the construct of liberty, largely from the French and American perspective, was built around a central element of whiteness. Professor Stovall takes on the mythologies of Peter Pan, looking at how Pirates and Indians were treated in white childhood, as these symbols of freedom from responsibility, something that comes to define white adulthood, and how these represent the specificity of white liberty. They also look at the appropriation project around piracy when it comes to shaping Hollywood heroes like Johnny Depp, and how fetishization combined with a de-racialization worked to reinforce this exclusive liberty, before they dive into the French and American roots of liberty, and how the nations were ingrained in promoting the enslavement of nonwhite people internationally. Next, Professor Stovall dives into the slipperiness of whiteness, specifically around the symbol of the statue of liberty, first exploring how this was read as an anti-immigrant symbol, before looking at how the original model for the statue came as a warrior breaking free from chains of enslavement, and how the changing reading of this worked in tandem with a changing perception of whiteness. Tyler Edward Stovall, Emma, and Sam, then dive into the effects of the first and second world wars on the treatment of liberty, with Woodrow Wilson's gift to the world following the Great War as freeing Eastern Europe to democracies while colonized nations remained under control, before the WWII tore open the racialized sores of liberty, centering western concepts of white supremacy and colonialism in the most public genocide to that point, forcing the US to actually take on this issue, resulting in free countries engaged with UN over doubling in the decades following it, while France attempted to double down on their empire, involving themselves in two bloody failures of war. They wrap up the interview with the state of liberty today, looking at the battlegrounds in the US as BLM and defund the police begin to question what our perception of freedom is and what it should be. And in the Fun Half: Nomiki Konst joins Emma and Samas they cover Dave Rubin's backing out of a debate on Big Tech regulation for totally legitimate reasons this time, Devin from St. John talks overuse of antibiotics, Manchin says compromise isn't enough, enough is enough, and enough is exclusively what he says, and they discuss how progressives can take back the narrative from centrists. They admire “the Good Liars” taking on CRT protesters in VA, expand a little on the VA elections, Tom Friedman reminds us that capitalism is what's too big to fail, the earth is fine to fall by the wayside, Donald Trump continues to hit on both antisemitism and anti-antisemitism, and Sarah from NJ talks fascist business boys and the genuine dangers they pose, plus, your calls and IMs! Purchase tickets for the live show in Boston on January 16th HERE! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: majorityreportstore@mirrorimage.com) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: LiquidIV: Cooler weather makes it easier to miss signs of dehydration like overheating or perspiration, which means it's even more important to keep your body properly hydrated. Liquid I.V. contains 5 essential vitamins—more Vitamin C than an orange and as much potassium as a banana. Healthier than sugary sports drinks, there are no artificial flavors or preservatives and less sugar than an apple. Grab your Liquid I.V. in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 25% off when you go to liquidIV.com and use code MAJORITYREP at checkout. That's 25% off ANYTHING you order when you get better hydration today using promo code MAJORITYREP at liquidIV.com. 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Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk
Ep. 118: General H.R. McMaster and American Democracy

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 51:35


"We need confidence in our republic, confidence in our ability to strengthen our republic, and we need to apply correctives to the problems we're encountering below the threshold of revolution." General H.R. McMaster, one of the most distinguished military figures in the United States, joins the podcast. In his role post-government and post-military, he has become a commentator on national trends and international issues, with a particular focus on democracy and the health of our democratic system. A student of history and passionate advocate for the aspirational ideals of the constitution, his remains a voice of reason and a calming presence in a sea of increasing fanaticism and extremism. Using history as our guide ("this country has been through many trials and tribulations”), General McMaster offers sage guidance for how American citizens can help one another collectively through these times. General McMaster and Daniel also take deep dives into music and into the history of America's longest war— Afghanistan. Support Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk. H. R. McMaster is the Fouad and Michelle Ajami Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He is also the Bernard and Susan Liautaud Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute and lecturer at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. He was the 26th assistant to the president for National Security Affairs. Upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1984, McMaster served as a commissioned officer in the United States Army for thirty-four years before retiring as a Lieutenant General in June 2018. From 2014 to 2017 McMaster designed the future army as the director of the Army Capabilities Integration Center and the deputy commanding general of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). As commanding general of the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, he oversaw all training and education for the army's infantry, armor, and cavalry force. His has extensive experience leading soldiers and organizations in wartime including Commander, Combined Joint Inter-Agency Task Force—Shafafiyat in Kabul, Afghanistan from 2010 to 2012; Commander, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Iraq from 2005 to 2006; and Commander, Eagle Troop, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Operation Desert Storm from 1990 to 1991. McMaster also served overseas as advisor to the most senior commanders in the Middle East, Iraq, and Afghanistan. McMaster holds a PhD in military history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was an assistant professor of history at the United States Military Academy from 1994 to 1996. He is author of Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World and the award-winning Dereliction of Duty: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Lies that Led to Vietnam. He was a contributing editor for Survival: Global Politics and Strategy from 2010 to 2017. His many essays, articles, and book reviews on leadership, history, and the future of warfare have appeared in The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, Survival, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.

Metamorphosis: Sharing the Unchanging Gospel with a Changing Culture
The Making Of Biblical Womanhood - An Interview With Beth Allison Barr

Metamorphosis: Sharing the Unchanging Gospel with a Changing Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 71:35


Beth Allison Barr rocked the Evangelical world with her book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth. The book argues that “male headship” and “female submission” are cultural constructions, not Biblical truths. Beth Allison Barr is a Medieval historian and the Dean of the Graduate School at Baylor University. In our conversation, Beth mentions many different people and sources. Here are links to them: Beth's Bio: https://www.baylor.edu/history/index.php?id=7743 Beth's Twitter: @bethallisonbarr The Making of Biblical Womanhood: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CJHYGRN/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 NPR's Review of The Making of Biblical Womanhood: https://www.npr.org/2021/04/15/987552105/the-making-of-biblical-womanhood-tackles-contradictions-in-religious-practice Wayne Grudem: http://www.waynegrudem.com/ Kevin DeYoung: https://christcovenant.org/staff/kevin-deyoung/ Denny Burk: https://www.dennyburk.com/about/ Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: https://cbmw.org/ Bart Ehrman: https://www.bartdehrman.com/ Patheos and Anxious Bench: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/anxiousbench/ Barr's Response to Kevin DeYoung: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/anxiousbench/2021/10/deconstructing-the-esv-a-historians-response-to-kevin-deyoung-et-al/ Biblehub.com

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Nick Chargo about Using Gut Bacteria to Prevent Osteoporosis

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 17:10


On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Nick Chargo. Nick's research is focused on preventing osteoporosis by changing the composition of the bacteria in the gut. Menopause is a well-known cause of osteoporosis, but the bone loss also occurs as a side effect of some diseases and medications. One phenomenon associated with conditions that cause osteoporosis is gut bacterial changes (aka dysbiosis). The main goal of Nick's project is to understand how dysbiosis leads to bone loss and how to prevent it. He is specifically studying glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis. Glucocorticoids are anti-inflammatory drugs used chronically to treat many conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, COPD, asthma, and inflammatory bowel disease to name a few, and are the second leading cause of osteoporosis. The lab he works in has shown that changing the gut bacteria composition by supplementing the diet with either pre- or probiotics can prevent osteoporosis. Probiotics are “good” bacteria that improve the health of the host while prebiotics are compounds that essentially feed the probiotic bacteria. Importantly, both are natural and confer little to no side effects while effectively preventing bone loss in various models of dysbiosis-induced osteoporosis. Overall, Nick's research will explore new avenues to improve the treatment and prevention of glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis. If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

Take 12 Recovery Radio
Episode 544: Smoking Chewing and Vaping

Take 12 Recovery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 54:30


About This Broadcast: SMOKING, CHEWING & VAPING. Monty's guest is Gregory Seward, Program Director, Community Healthlink and Instructor in the Graduate School of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Medical School. Many in recovery still use tobacco products and though we don't wish to shame anyone who does, we must be very clear on the reality of these deadly addictions. From the best of Take 12 Recovery Radio this episode is sponsored by www.ExactNature.com 

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP
The Future of Entrepreneurship: Why Will Startups Keep Failing?

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 54:56


The Buzz 1: “What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed.” (Dave Thomas, Wendy's founder) The Buzz 2: “The best startups generally come from somebody needing to scratch an itch.” (Michael Arrington, TechCrunch founder and co-editor) The Buzz 3: “Don't let others convince you that the idea is good when your gut tells you it's bad.” (Kevin Rose, Digg co-founder) The Buzz 4: “Ignore the hype of the startups that you see in the press. Mostly, it's a pack of lies. Half of these startups will be dead in a year. So, focus on building your business so you can be the one left standing.” (Jules Pieri, The Grommet co-founder and CEO) We'll ask entrepreneurship experts Don DeLoach at Rocket Wagon Venture Studios, Professor Robert N. Eberhart at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, Jim Gagnard at Industrial IoT Studio, and Bob Mazer at Smart City Works for their insights on The Future of Entrepreneurship: Why Will Startups Keep Failing?

Women Veterans ROCK On The Hill - The Podcast!
Small Feet Saves Lives | Guest: Zanetta Adams, Esq.

Women Veterans ROCK On The Hill - The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 33:19


Women Veterans ROCK On The Hill - The Podcast! is the Award-Winning Podcast for Today's Women Veterans and Military Families. Its New People, New Policies & Prose for Today's Women On The Move! We are the Premier Civic, Business, and Nonprofit Leadership Community for Today's Women Veterans, Military Women, and Military Families. In this episode of Women Veterans ROCK! On The Hill - you will enjoy an amazing conversation with Ms. Zanetta Adams, Esquire. She is a U.S. Army Veteran; Military Spouse; Military Mom; and a Passionate Advocate Supporting Women Veterans & Military Families. Ms. Adams is a 2021 "Trailblazers Award Recipient" presented by the Veterans Administration, Center For Women Veterans. She is also The 2021 "Innovator of The Year" at Grand Valley State University. Subscribe Today! And, You Can Join The Women Veterans ROCK Podcast Posse and get our early alerts to meet amazing Women Leaders. ABOUT THE HOST Deborah Harmon-Pugh is a recognized authority on Women's Leadership in America. She has dedicated the past two decades to assisting women advance into positions of influence by leveraging their expertise and leadership strengths. She is the creator of proven and powerful leadership development programs that guide women to becoming leaders in Civic Leadership, Business Leadership, and Nonprofit Leadership. Professor Deborah Harmon-Pugh is the National Campaign Chair of Women Veterans ROCK; The Women Veterans Civic Leadership Institute; and The Women Veterans Public Policy Delegation To Capitol Hill. She teaches in the Graduate School of Studies at Chestnut Hill College. Professor Deborah Harmon-Pugh is a retired Military Spouse of 27 years. ABOUT OUR SPONSOR Comcast NBCUniversal - We thank Comcast NBCUniversal for their support of Women Veterans, Military Families, and America's entire Military Community. For more information on how Comcast NBCUniversal is supporting the military community, visit the link below. www.corporate.comcast.com/values/military VISIT US & SUBSCRIBE TODAY Our Website Is: WomenVetsRock.org FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: @WomenVeteransRock Twitter: @WomenVetsRock LinkedIn: @WomenVeteransRock Instagram: @WomenVetsRock YouTube: @WomenVetsRock

Taxgirl
68: Legal Pros & Cons of Working from Home Post-Pandemic

Taxgirl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 37:59


PWC recently announced it's allowing its 40,000 client-facing employees to work remotely from anywhere in the US. Joining companies like Facebook and Allstate, more and more employers are shifting to permanently remote models to attract and retain top talent. But what are the tax and legal implications of additional jurisdictions, employee schedule flexibility, and changes to company infrastructure? 91% of job-seeking Americans now expect flexibility to work from home. But what are the long term impacts of a large scale remote workforce, for both the employee and the employer? On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Nishant Mittal to chat about what the widespread work-from-anywhere shift will really mean for employers and employees. Nishant is the SVP and GM of Topia's Business Travel solution responsible for strategy and growth. Nishant joined Topia as part of its acquisition of Monaeo, a tech company he co-founded and led. He is a published author with publications in machine learning and image processing, and leading peer-reviewed journals. He has a BS in Computer Engineering, an MS in Biomedical Engineering, and an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Listen to Kelly and Nishant talk about the pros and cons of remote work:Many companies and tax professionals are talking about this buzzy idea of remote work, and how it fits into a long term workforce model. What are some of the details and various models businesses are considering now? Is it fair for companies to be promising permanent remote work benefits, or is it a model that could be dialed back in the future? Nishant discusses the flux in labor and employee movement right now, and how offering remote work has become a strategic issue. What kinds of concerns do employers have about shifting to a more remote workforce? From remote work, to hybrid work, to flexible scheduling, what are the pros and cons to each of the different models companies are considering? There are many gray areas, Nishant explains, especially when it comes to all different models of “hybrid work.” How does jurisdiction play into remote work, and where does tax law come into play? What are the tax reasons that employers may not want to offer fully remote work, meaning allowing their employees to work from anywhere in the world?  The employee perspective: It is not clear that employees understand the impact of what working from a different jurisdiction would mean, particularly from a tax perspective.  The employer perspective: In a post-Wayfair world, doing business across state lines without a brick-and-mortar home base is the new normal. Employees don't always consider how working from another state (or country) may impact the tax liability of their employer.  Home office deduction is currently only claimable by small business owners and independent contractors, not by W-2 employees. If this doesn't change, how might that impact the remote work demand? After payroll, real estate is usually the second largest cost for employers. Nishant suggests we may see employers adjust compensation for remote employees to offset home offices, since they likely won't be paying as much overhead for company office space. Many companies, particularly startups and tech companies, became infamous pre-pandemic for having flashy perks and company culture benefits in their office space. Where does Nishant see those accommodations evolving, and how might company culture take a turn with a primarily remote workforce? In order to accommodate labor laws, will companies have to restrict jurisdiction changes, or even implement systems of employee tracking? Nishant shares some fascinating stats from HR professionals and employees on self-reporting and tracking employee's work footprint. In regards to compliance, how can small and midsize companies plan for these kinds of changes? Nishant shares his plan of attack for strategic, proactive planning when it...

Let's Give A Damn
Katharine Hayhoe

Let's Give A Damn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 53:27


“Katharine shares an optimistic outlook on what we can all do to move the needle toward solutions and invite allies under the big tent.” This is what Don Cheadle said about the book this week's guest recently wrote about how we can solve our climate crisis and how we can find hope and healing in our incredibly divided world. Katharine Hayhoe is incredible! She is an atmospheric scientist, she is the chief scientist at The Nature Conservancy, Paul Whitfield Horn Distinguished Professor and the Political Science Endowed Chair in Public Policy and Public Law in the Department of Political Science at Texas Tech University, she is an associate in the Public Health program of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences), and she is the principal investigator for the Department of Interior's South-Central Climate Adaptation Science Center and the National Science Foundation's Global Infrastructure Climate Network. And now she is the author of an incredible book that you should buy immediately — Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World. Follow Katharine on Twitter and Facebook! She is a fantastic and helpful human. __________________________________________________________ Reach out to us anytime and for any reason at hello@letsgiveadamn.com. Follow Let's Give A Damn on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter to keep up with everything. We have so much planned for the coming months and we don't want you to miss a thing! If you love what we're doing, consider supporting us on Patreon! We can't do this without you. Lastly, leave us a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Have an amazing week, friends! Keep giving a damn. Love y'all! Edited and Sound Designed by Sound On Studios.

Educational AD Podcast
Vol. 3 #11 Dr. Patty Raube-Keller Director of Sports Admin. Grad Program at Boston College

Educational AD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 45:31


The Podcast goes to Graduate School to visit with Dr. Patty Raube-Keller who heads the Sports Admin. Graduate Program at Boston College. Dr. Raube-Keller has built this program from scratch and now it's one of the best in the country. She also has an incredible athletic background in a variety of settings and she shares her story along with some true Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Justin Wigard about Graphic Medicine, Critical-Making, and English Classrooms

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 22:20


On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Justin Wigard. As a 2021-2022 Scholarship of Undergraduate Teaching and Learning (SUTL) Fellow, Ph.D. Candidate Justin Wigard, along with Assistant Professor Megan K. Halpern in the Lyman-Briggs College, is exploring the intersection of art and science studies in the classroom via drawing comics. More specifically, Wigard -- a Ph.D. Candidate in the English Department -- is teaching a course that centers on analyzing comics as discourse about medical humanities and on creating comics as exercises in the critical making: the elision of critical-thinking and material-making. Prior work on introducing the arts into social science and humanities courses about science has two benefits. The first is that these forms of creative expression provide new ways of knowing about a topic. The second is that creative activities are often seen as unique and positive experiences, providing benefits for both mental health and intellectual growth. Ultimately, this ongoing project studies the specific value of courses that have students create comics to understand the role of science and medicine in society. Or, put another way -- how do we think by drawing comics, and how does creating graphic narratives visualize how we think about healthcare?Relevant link: https://grad.msu.edu/sutl/projects If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse
Failure Faith and Tested Beliefs

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 10:34


Have you ever been told, "you don't have what it takes"? What do you do when everything falls apart; when it feels like everything is conspiring against you? Follow a lead that is bigger than you and trust. Don't be afraid to love into yourself. Life is for learning, healing, and growing. Take a mystical approach. Spirit is not held by precedent. 

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Sublime Snacking and Celebrity Sighting

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 163:47


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show by talking about what he thinks will get cut from the Democrats' spending bill, and what “reconciliation” actually means. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we asked listeners if they plan to get their kids vaccinated, as FDA authorization is expected to go through for children aged five to 11 in the coming weeks. Andrea Cabral discusses jury selection in the trial of Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan, who shot Ahmaud Arbery in February of 2020. She also talks about today's House vote on whether or not to hold Steve Bannon in contempt for defying a subpoena from a committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and the former Massachusetts secretary of public safety. She is currently the CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville unpacks the boom in enrollment at Christian schools, and an elite Concord school cancelling its invitation to Nikole Hannah-Jones to speak about The New York Times' 1619 Project. Reville is the former Massachusetts secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also heads the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Folu Akinkoutu talks all things snacks, including her recollections of helping her parents run vending machines, her favorite food fusions across cultures and snack containers that dredge up childhood memories. Folu Akinkuotu is the Boston-based creator of the Unsnackable newsletter. Jon Gruber highlights the legacy and importance of the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics, and how Joshua Angrist's win for “natural experiments” in the field contributed to the rise in prominence of empirical economic research. Gruber teaches economics at MIT. He was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act, and his latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth And The American Dream.” We end the show by asking listeners about their celebrity encounters, after John Legend tipped a street performer playing “All of Me” outside Faneuil Hall.

The Enrollify Podcast
Episode 108: How The Future of Graduate School Should Look — Candid Thoughts from a Grad Student

The Enrollify Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 21:05


There are a lot of opinions out there about what the future of higher education should look like, but what do students actually think? After speaking with undergraduate students from across New England about what the future might have in store for collegiate education, Zach sat down with Julia Wheeler, a graduate student at Roger Williams University, to brainstorm what the future of graduate education should look like.Discover Julia's thoughts on how schools can better prepare students for graduate school, the modality of education that makes the most sense, and what experiential learning opportunities are actually attractive to prospects.Learn more about this episode and about our sponsors in our show notes.

Modern Family Matters
Re-Entering the Workforce Post-Divorce: Tips On How to Successfully Kickstart a Teaching Career

Modern Family Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 32:47


Whether you left a former teaching profession to care for your children, or took a break to pursue other career options, returning to teaching can be more challenging than going back to work in other fields. Join us for our podcast as we sit down with the Chair of Teacher Education at Lewis and Clark's Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Kimberly Campbell, to discuss how newly divorced individuals can re-enter the workforce and restart their career in teaching. Kimberly and Steve will be answering the following: •    What do I need in order to restart (or start) my teaching career? •    What does the process look like to update teaching certifications, and what are the current education and license requirements? •    How long does it take to get back into teaching, and is there a need for teachers right now? •    How long is the student teaching experience? •    Is it too late to re-start a teaching career, or too expensive? •    …and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys or connect further with Kimberly, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com, or email Kimberly at kimberly@lclark.edu.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.  

Dreamers & Doers Podcast by Loveworks Leadership
Episode 80: Challenges are What Build You Up with Jill Castilla

Dreamers & Doers Podcast by Loveworks Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 11:33


Jill Castilla, President and CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond, led a 180-degree turnaround at the bank through her approach to FinTech and social media. She changed the story of the Bank from one of near collapse and failure to one of great success and innovation. Jill broke virtual radio silence through the power of social media by leading the bank from having no audience to more than 30,000 followers who engage with the Bank through Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. She has been named “Most Admired CEOs in Oklahoma", “Most Innovative CEOs in Banking”, "Community Banker of the Year" and "Most Powerful Women in Banking". Her entrepreneurial spirit spills over into her community engagement as the founder of “Heard on Hurd,” a monthly street festival that revitalized downtown Edmond, creating over $35 million in immediate economic impact. An Army veteran, wife and mom, prior to joining Citizens Bank, she was at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and with a community bank in Minnesota. Jill holds a master's degree in economics from the University of Oklahoma, she is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Graduate School of Banking and completed her bachelor's degree in finance from Hawaii Pacific University where she is a Distinguished Alumna.

All at Once
2.05 Beth Allison Barr // The Making of Biblical Womanhood

All at Once

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 59:24


Presenting Sponsor: Alan and Beth Stanfield, Stanfield Properties It is time to end patriarchy and free women. Dr. Beth Allison Barr, associate professor of history, associate dean of the Graduate School at Baylor University, and author of The Making of Biblical Womanhood joins us in this episode to talk about biblical womanhood and patriarchy. Beth … Read More

Talks at Google
Ep186 - Jennifer Aaker & Naomi Bagdonas | Humor, Seriously: Why Humor Is a Secret Weapon in Business and Life

Talks at Google

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 62:15


Humor is serious business. And that's a fact backed by cold, hard research. Humor builds bonds, defuses tension, boosts innovation, and bolsters resilience through hard times. That's why Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas teach a class called “Humor: Serious Business”, at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, a course that has helped some of the world's most hard-driving, blazer-wearing business minds have more joy in their work and lives. In their book Humor, Seriously: Why Humor Is a Secret Weapon in Business and Life, Jennifer and Naomi share advice from world-class comedians, findings from behavioral scientists, and stories from leaders around the world. They reveal how humor works — and how it not only changes the way you do business, but live life. Research tells us that humor can be one of the most powerful tools we have for accomplishing serious things. Studies show that humor makes us appear more competent and confident, strengthens relationships, unlocks creativity, and helps us get through tough times. Get the book here: https://goo.gle/2S9YGzP Moderated by Helen Riley. Visit g.co/talksatgoogle/HumorSeriously to watch the video of this event. 

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Nathan Kauffman about How to Use the Immune System to Fight Cancer

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 17:45


On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Nathan Kauffman. Nate's research revolves around developing novel radiopharmaceuticals and delivery strategies to combat solid cancers. His thesis focuses on using locally delivered internal radiation therapy to induce a systemic immune response against cancer. One of the hallmarks of cancer is the ability to escape recognition by the host immune system. By using radiation, it is possible to trick cancer into exposing itself to the immune system and lead to its own destruction. Discovering safe, effective, and broad ways to accomplish this immunological phenomenon will lead to improved outcomes in patients with a variety of cancer types, which is extremely valuable as no two cancers are perfectly identical. If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

The Laura Flanders Show
Building Concrete Ecological Solutions That Go Beyond Concrete

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:03


Check out the full episode notes and become a member at Patreon.com/theLFShowIn the midst of yet another year of climate catastrophe, the U.S. Senate is negotiating a $3.5 trillion infrastructure package.  President Biden, among others, is calling for extensive investment to lower emissions and combat the effects of climate change. But what sort of investment? In this episode, Laura interviews environmental lawyer Colette Pichon Battle in Louisiana about the strategies organizers there have developed since Hurricane Katrina for equitable green development and climate justice. Then, she speaks in depth with MacArthur “Genius” award-winning landscape architect Kate Orff about her innovative work on oyster reefs, living breakwaters and regenerative infrastructure. Recently profiled in the New Yorker Magazine, Orff insists that ecology is the infrastructure of the future. Her work restores and harnesses—rather than resists—natural systems to ensure the livability of our rapidly changing world. Plus, Laura shares some thoughts about community vs. concrete.  Music in the Middle:  “Makin' Waves” by Baba Brinkman featuring  Gaia's Eye, from his album The Rap Guide to Climate Chaos.Guests:-Colette Pichon Battle, Founder and Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy, co-chairs the national Water Equity and Climate Resilient Caucus with PolicyLink and anchors the five-state, multi-issue initiative Gulf South for a Green New Deal.-Kate Orff, Founding Principal of SCAPE; And Director & Professor, Urban Design Program, Columbia University.  SCAPE creates positive change in communities by combining regenerative living infrastructure and new forms of public space.  She is also the Director of the Urban Design Program, Co-Director of the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes (CRCL), and Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP). 

The Cabin
Iconically Wisconsin: Kwik Trip Edition

The Cabin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 37:12


The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Sheboygan County; https://bit.ly/3EXlM09Campfire Conversation: We're back with another “Iconically Wisconsin” episode and we're talking about Glazers, clean bathrooms, delicious hot food, milk in a bag, and a savage social media feed. Yup – we're talking all things Kwik Trip with their Social Media Specialist, Paige Forde! Any true Wisconsinite knows that Kwik Trip is more than a gas station; it's a way of life. And this episode is ready to give you an extra dose of KT appreciation. This is an iconic episode of The Cabin Podcast that you can't miss! And make sure you're subscribed, so we can see you next time; https://bit.ly/3AeagJWUW-Platteville: Affordable education with a heart for Wisconsin sustainability; https://bit.ly/3nz1XpEGroup Health Trust: Distracted Driving; the dangers of eating and driving; https://bit.ly/3wlvsMoMarshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56EKnow Your Wisconsin: Cancer Care & Research