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We have an incredible conversation to share with you today! Introducing our new friend, the eminent Dr. Emma Bragdon. Emma has been a pioneer in body-mind-spirit wellness for 50 years. She has written 7 books and co-produced two documentary films on topics related to mental health and healing. In fact, she's been a teacher in experiential learning for adults since 1985. Dr. Bragdon is the Founder and Executive Director of the Foundation for Energy Therapies, Inc (FET), a not for profit dedicated to education and research. Integrative Mental Health University, IMHU, is a project of FET. Prior to graduate school, Emma trained with some of the best bio-energetic and neo-Reichian therapists in the San Francisco Bay area! Her advanced training in breathwork, bodywork and energy work became central in her understanding of how to support personal growth and wellness. By 1988, Emma was licensed as a Marriage, Family, and Child Therapist, had earned her PhD in Transpersonal Psychology, and specialized in private practice around issues of Spiritual Emergency. She continues to coach individuals online from all continents in the world, as well as consult with organizations regarding identifying and managing spiritual emergencies. And in fact, we're considering training with Dr. Bragdon on how to become a spiritual emergence coach at her online Integrative Mental Health University. There is an increasing need for this work in our communities. And, we artists, yogis, and podcast listeners are ripe for the exchange! FOLLOW Dr.Emma: WEBSITE I INTEGRATIVE MENTAL HEALTH UNIVERSITY I INSTAGRAM JOIN ME IN JUNE! JUNE 1 - 12, 2023 - All-Inclusive Turkey Retreat! GET DETAILS - harmonyslater.com/yoga-retreat-turkey JUNE 16 - 18, 2023 - WORKSHOP in Munich, Germany - GET DETAILS - harmonyslater.com/events DONATE $1 and doTERRA will MATCH the funds! All money goes to YOGA GIVES BACK Girls Scholarship for Higher Education with Digital Access in India - yogagivesback.info/givetogirls A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make A Donation - harmonyslater.com/donate Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ Give us a 5★ rating! Opening and closing music by Nick Evans from his album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify Here. Purchase your own copy Here.
This season of graduations is one of celebration. While great pride and excitement comes with the awarding of diplomas, there's also the financial reality of paying for tuition or student loans. On today's Cranford Radio podcast I speak with Robert Nabel about paying for colleges or trade schooling. He's a certified financial planner with The Fortis Agency. He also has created The Parent Advisor to provide financial advice to young families.
Your College Bound Kid | Scholarships, Admission, & Financial Aid Strategies
In this episode you will hear: (13:28) Mark and Julia discuss an article in “The Chronicle of Higher Education” by Eric Hoover entitled, “A profession on the edge-Why admission leaders are wearing down, burning out and leaving jobs they once loved. The article came out on April 5th, 2023 (41:15) Mark and Lisa discuss a question from overseas from Ari who wants to know, how can a parent and a younger sibling avoid being unduly biased when looking for a college by an older sibling that is having a great experience at his college (54:55) We start a new interview with Gus Resendiz who will discuss the pros and the cons of a cooperative education. Part 1 of 3 (01:07:40) The recommended resource is https://www.thecollegetour.com/tour-colleges/semester-at-sea/ (01:21:50) Sylvia Borgo discusses the advantages of the Semester at Sea travel abroad program. Part 2 of 2 We now have set up audio recordings in your own voice for any question you send in for our “question from a listener” segment. 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If you have a question for one of our upcoming interviews with admissions professionals, here is a list of admissions professionals who we will interview in 2023 or 2024 Confirmed interviews not yet completed Bard-Mackie Siebens Rice University-Tamara Siler American University-Andrea Felder Pitzer College-Yvonne Berumen Chapman University-Marcela Meija-Martinez Connecticut College-Andy Strickler* Trinity College-Anthony Berry* College of the Atlantic-Heather Albert* Spelman College-Chelsea Holley* Scripps College-Victoria Romero* Saint Louis University-Daniel Wood-(Interview is about transfer admissions, Daniel is a transfer counselor) Colby College-Randi Arsenault* University of Georgia-David Graves* University of Minnesota-Keri Risic Cornell University-Jonathon Burdick Oberlin College-Manuel Carballo Carleton College-Art Rodriguez Swarthmore-Jim Bok Joy St. Johns-Harvard Duke-Christoph Guttentag Florida State-John Barnhill Southern Methodist University-Elena Hicks Johns Hopkins-Calvin Wise Cornell University-Shawn Felton Haverford College-Jess Lord UAspire-Brendan Williams Yale University-Moira Poe Akil Bello of Akilbello.com Bard College Baylor University Butler University California Institute of Technology-Ashley Pallie Colorado School of Mines Creighton University University of Puget Sound- Robin Aijian To sign up to receive Your College-Bound Kid PLUS, our new monthly admissions newsletter, delivered directly to your email once a month, just go to yourcollegeboundkid.com, and you will see the sign-up popup. Check out our new blog. We write timely and insightful articles on college admissions: https://yourcollegeboundkid.com/category/blog/ Follow Mark Stucker on Twitter to get breaking college admission news, and updates about the podcast before they go live. You can ask questions on Twitter that he will answer on the podcast. Mark will also share additional hot topics in the news and breaking news on this Twitter feed. Twitter message is also the preferred way to ask questions for our podcast: https://twitter.com/YCBKpodcast 1. To access our transcripts, click: https://yourcollegeboundkid.com/category/transcripts/ 2. Find the specific episode transcripts for the one you want to search and click the link 3. Find the magnifying glass icon in blue (search feature) and click it 4. Enter whatever word you want to search. I.e. Loans 5. Every word in that episode when the words loans are used, will be highlighted in yellow with a timestamps 6. 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Freedomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux
Livestream 15 May 2023A flash stream you say? Will you be doing the entire show topless, or are you just planning to lift your shirt up and down repeatedly the whole time?How do I know when it's time to call it quits in a marriage? I feel like I'm putting a tremendous amount of effort into it and she doesnt want to. What is the ethical line as to whether to stay or not? I would like to fix it, but if she can't let go of the past and reconnect, then what do you do? We made promises, but she is the first to threaten divorce. After days of Silence things cool and talk but it repeats. The kids are sick of it, too. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you Stefan!Hey Stef curious if you've heard of the University Jordan Peterson is starting to bring education costs way down while bringing quality and integrity back to the Institutions of Higher Education.? Was also wondering if you had interest in teaching philosphy in this new University of his… thank you, and thanks again for all you doHow was your mother's day?To avoid getting sucked into an irrational debate w my dad I hung up the phone. He leaves a voicemail saying if I don't call back that means I'm in ‘passive agreement.'Is The Present available to download as an audio file like your other books? I was having trouble finding the link if so.Im pleasently surprised how much I like the Character Ben in The Present. I love the book so far on Chapter 19.Thanks for the insights Stef, it is an amazing book. The win-lose mentality ties in very well with Lewis Staten.It makes sense you'd have to be atheist before determining morality of God since otherwise you wouldn't go into with a clean slate and instead your preconceived notions would bias your investigation and likely not end up w UPBI have quite the emotional experience every time I go to Church, Pray or read the Holy Bible. Desipte being an Atheist ( or at least I think I am an Atheist still ).Reminds me of Aristotle. :)He called theology the study of beings greater than man.What if the writers of the Bible knew a lot of what you do, but didn't have the terminology to describe it like we can today, so they had to put it in ancient terms.Atheism is theological stoicism, it removes emotion and passion which are essential parts of our being.You could believe in laws of physics but then by definition if God is omnipotent he could suspend the laws temporarily.I've had a belief for a long time that a lot of religions came out of misinterpreted dreams.
Sarah and Beth share the first part of a larger conversation about the state of the schools. Today's episode covers the expense and admissions process of higher education and, more broadly, what we want from higher education. Outside of politics, Sarah and Beth discuss graduation gifts for graduating seniors.TOPICS DISCUSSEDStudent Loan Forgiveness and The Cost of Higher EducationThe Case for Affirmative ActionThe College Admissions ProcessOutside of Politics: Graduation GiftsWe're excited to be relaunching our book club this summer! It will be available to Premium members only. Join us now on our Patreon page or Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, where we will share more information soon.Visit our website for complete show notes and episode resources. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Brian Keating - the Chancellor's Distinguished Professor of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences (CASS) in the Department of Physics at the University of California, San Diego - has been working in higher education for 25 years. Still, today he's facing an identity crisis. Brian has become disillusioned with how the university and accreditation system is organized, and he's looking to reinvent how higher education looks, costs, and interacts with students. In recent years, Brian has branched out into the media world, authoring multiple non-academic books and blogs, hosting the Into The Impossible podcast, and cultivating a YouTube following of 115k followers and growing. Today's conversation revolves around Brian and James' ideas for new higher learning frameworks, focused on remote and metaverse learning and the concept of virtual mentors - 3D-rendered avatars of interactive historical figures built using large language models and natural language processing.Enjoy this fascinating conversation with one of our favorite guests about one of the topics he holds closest to his heart.------------What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
The City Club of Cleveland Podcast
Led by Senator Jerry Cirino, statehouse Republicans are working to pass Senate Bill 83, known as the Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act. It would lead to sweeping changes for the state's public universities and colleges if passed. While SB 83 mainly applies to public institutions, it could also affect private colleges and universities that receive state dollars. The bill was introduced last month and is currently in Senate committee.rnrnSupporters believe the bill will strengthen First Amendment rights and reshape Ohio's higher education system to meet the needs of the 21st century. In a news release, Senator Cirino said, "This bill will move us toward true academic freedom. We need students to be taught how to think not what to think.rnrnCritics of the bill include education groups and college faculty from across the state. The Ohio chapter of the American Association of University Professors accused the bill of attempting "to micromanage public-and to an extent, private-colleges and universities on a variety of issues, most of which are rooted in the culture wars."rnrnJoin us at the City Club as Glenn Forbes from Ideastream Public Media leads a conversation with both proponents and opponents of SB 83, and what it could mean for higher education in Ohio.
Today, we have Cole Claybourn joining us on The Way Home podcast. Cole Claybourn is the education reporter for U.S. News & World Report and primarily focuses on higher education. He is on staff at Sports Spectrum where he is a contributor, writer, and producer of the networks podcast. Today, we discuss several things like the […] The post The Way Home Podcast: Cole Claybourn On The State of Higher Education appeared first on Daniel Darling.
Deep Calls for LifeGood health is not something to take for granted. Just ask Dr. Chuck Elliott, Senior Professor of Communication at Cedarville University. Throughout his life, he's been a model of good health. That was until he began experiencing severe headaches and uncontrollable high blood pressure while teaching in Hong Kong. Ultimately, the high blood pressure left significant damage to Chuck's kidneys, and two years ago, doctors noticed a significant change in his health. He was in the beginning stages of kidney failure. Just one year later in May 2022, Chuck's kidneys were in full-blown failure, causing him to need dialysis — nine hours every day. With the reality of needing a kidney to survive, Chuck was in a difficult position. How does a person go about getting a new kidney? It's not like Chuck to share his situation with anyone, let alone ask someone if they would donate a kidney to him. This was an uncomfortable situation for someone who made his life as a communications professor. Well, several Cedarville University students were presented with class projects that could help Chuck in his quest of a new kidney. Enter Deep Calls for Life, a project headed by a team of marketing and communication students. Their sole purpose was to create a social media campaign that would communicate Chuck's health crisis and his need of a kidney transplant — preferably from a live donor — for their beloved professor. As part of a virtual communication class project, the students created a social media campaign intended to bring hope to the Cedarville professor, and, possibly someone who could provide the perfect kidney for Chuck. ---------And now, several months later, Cedarville Stories Podcast is please to share good news about Chuck Elliott!Listen here to learn more about Chuck's story and the answer to many prayers on the Cedarville Stories Podcast.
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Speak Better English with Harry
In this podcast episode, you will learn important phrasal verbs with look to improve your communication skills. These essential phrasal verbs are commonly used by native speakers in daily conversations and will help you sound more natural and fluent. By expanding your knowledge of intermediate and advanced vocabulary, you can improve your English proficiency and become confident in using these phrasal verbs in any context.Click the link to get the full transcript https://bit.ly/3M1I9XFMastering these important phrasal verbs with look will not only benefit you in daily conversations but also in English proficiency exams like IELTS, TOEFL, and CAE.Support the showAdvanced English lessons on my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/learnenglishwithharry Learn English with HarryOnline courses start from only €7.99. Click to enrol today https://www.englishlessonviaskype.com/online-learning-courses/ and improve your English speaking skills, grammar and vocabulary.
In this episode, Natalia, Neil, and Niki discuss the continued cutbacks and collapses of digital media companies. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show: · Buzzfeed is the most recent company to announce massive layoffs. Natalia cited Derek Thompson's Atlantic newsletter, and Niki referred to media columnist Ben Smith's new book, Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral. We all drew on this New York Times article about the future of media. In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: · Natalia shared Joshua Travis Brown's Chronicle of Higher Education essay, “The Ethical Poverty of Dorms for the Rich.” · Neil recommended this episode of the Slate Culture podcast and Aaliyah Wright's Capital B article, “Once An ‘All-Black Utopia,' Eatonville Residents Say New Development Could Erase History.” · Niki discussed Claire McNear's Ringer article, “The Search for the Lost Jeopardy Tapes is Over. The Mystery Behind Them Endures.”
Yo Quiero Dinero: A Personal Finance Podcast For the Modern Latina
Episode 212 talks about how to reconnect with your inner self featuring Jennifer Zoga. Listen now!Jennifer Zoga was born and raised in Honduras. She came to the US at the age of 9 and had to learn English. Despite facing bullying, discrimination, and rejections from her classmates, she managed to always show kindness to others which became her life mission.Jennifer completed both her bachelors in Communications and her Master of Science in Counseling Education. Her focus was to work in Higher Education to help her community elevate. She worked with high school teens and college students for over 7 years and in 2020, she launched her own business.Jennifer's mission is to help women navigate from self hate to self love. She shares her journey of finding herself and defeating depression after marriage and kids. She spends her time pouring love to women through her 8 week coaching program.Her motto is “doing that sh*t scared” which is how she continues to overcome obstacles. Jennifer is determined to inspire as many women to prioritize themselves and become in love with who they are!You can follow Jennifer on Instagram and Facebook.For full episode show notes, visit here.Check out these YQD™ Partners:BetterHelp— Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month!Brightside— Get Personalized Therapy and/or Prescription Treatment – All From The Comfort Of Your Home.Headspace— Your guide to practicing mindfulness in your everyday life. Learn how to relax, manage stress, and focus your energy. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/YoQuieroDinero. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When Jackie Kim Chappel left Hawaii for college in the east, she was leaving more than the island lifestyle behind. For her own mental wellbeing, she severed ties from her tiger mother and started exploring all the different ways she could be in the world. She was happy reading and writing and researching and started a career in marketing. The New York life wasn't hitting all the marks and her eventual husband moved back to Hawaii, so she found a job in media planning and research back home. Once there, she eventually decided to reach out to her mother again but found that what she'd chalked up to their personal differences actually went much deeper. Her mother's mental health diagnoses changed not only her perspective but the way that she would navigtate her own life.In this episode, find out from Jackie how recognizing who someone can and can't be for you can help bring clarity to who you are and what your purpose is … on ROADS TAKEN...with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestJacquelyn Kim Chappel is a writer, teacher, and researcher who lives in Honolulu. She earned her Master's in Literary studies and PhD in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and now teaches Composition and Developmental English at Kapiolani Community College. Jackie also serves as a supervisor for teacher candidates at Leeward Community College and is active in many other support and advocacy organizations. And, of course, she is still in formation. For another story about how revelations about our parents can affect our own adulthoods, listen to our episode with Jonathon Stewart.Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.comExecutive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Well… we certainly didn't expect that. We didn't expect to be talking to Peter Gabriel's niece. We didn't expect her to actually be living beside Solsbury Hill. We didn't think we'd be talking about all that much about Ben Folgle and the Animal Park show broadcast from her hometown of Bath. We didn't think we we'd be talking that much about drugs and co-dependency and “good enough” mums and adult children of alcoholics. Well… maybe that's not such a surprise, as Russell does like to typically go in that direction, and it seems to be a theme amongst many Ashtanga practitioners. We have to say that this wild episode is one of our personal favorites. The drugs and name dropping is one thing… Twee references to the Royal family compound our glee! But, what gets us the most is when someone has a sincere relationship to the healing power of practice. And Lucinda Leachman is the first to attest to how it's helped her immensely. Using it as a somatic therapy, it's helped her to process the past, let go of shame, and move confidently into an unknown future. Lucinda is also no stranger to injury, pain, and frustration within the practice itself. As a mother, she's learned to release perfectionism and embrace the blessings that practice brings, so she can show up more fully in her life. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT LUCINDA ON IG - @lucindaleachmanyoga JOIN ME IN JUNE! JUNE 1 - 12, 2023 - All-Inclusive Turkey Retreat! GET DETAILS - harmonyslater.com/yoga-retreat-turkey JUNE 16 - 18, 2023 - WORKSHOP in Munich, Germany - GET DETAILS - harmonyslater.com/events DONATE $1 and doTERRA will MATCH the funds! All money goes to YOGA GIVES BACK Girls Scholarship for Higher Education with Digital Access in India - yogagivesback.info/givetogirls A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make A Donation - harmonyslater.com/donate Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ Give us a 5★ rating! Opening and closing music by Nick Evans from his album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify Here. Purchase your own copy Here.
See the full interview exclusively at The Texan: https://thetexan.news/video-sen-brandon-creighton-on-school-choice-public-university-tenure-local-preemption/Sen. Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe), the chairman of the Senate committees on Education and Higher Education, joined The Texan reporter Cameron Abrams to discuss the status of major policies as the legislature nears the end of the regular session.“Even members of the House that may have voted for that amendment to the budget — so for it, and against school choice — I think that there are some open minds and open hearts on the concept of school choice among many of those members, but they need to see the deal,” said Creighton.Creighton discussed major pieces of legislation, including efforts to pass a major school choice policy, the dynamics between the House and Senate, and a bill to end tenure at public universities.In a portion of the interview exclusively available at The Texan, Creighton also discussed the possibility of the governor calling a special session and his support of a broad local government preemption bill that was approved by the House and is now being considered in the upper chamber.Watch the full interview here: https://thetexan.news/video-sen-brandon-creighton-on-school-choice-public-university-tenure-local-preemption/Get a free month subscription: https://thetexan.news/register/?level_id=1&coupon=9535
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The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
Welcome to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast, where Dr. F Scott Feil is joined by experts in the field of physical therapy to discuss higher education degrees. In this episode, Dr. Christine Cabelka and Dr. Carina Siracusa share their academic journeys and discuss the differences between various higher education degrees in physical therapy. The discussion focuses on the CAPTE rule in physical therapy education, which requires at least 50% of core faculty to have terminal degrees, and how it prepares faculty to be effective mentors. The speakers discuss the pros and cons of getting an EDD and how it specifically teaches students about teaching, grading, and adult learning. The speakers also give an overview of the various options for pursuing a terminal degree in physical therapy, highlighting the importance of the DPT degree and board certification in specialty areas. If you're interested in pursuing academia in physical therapy, this podcast is a must-listen. The speakers give advice on honing in on your end goal, considering finances and mobility, and gaining experience in teaching, which is different from giving a lecture. Don't miss this informative discussion on higher education degrees in physical therapy! If you would like to contact Dr. Christine Cabelka, feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org https://www2.css.edu/directory/results.cfm?dept=PTH If you would like to contact Dr. Carina Siracusa, feel free to email her at email@example.com https://www.south.edu/programs/doctor-physical-therapy/core-faculty/ Special thanks to both our sponsors, The NPTE Final Frontier, and Varela Financial! If you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, visit the NPTE FInal Frontier at www.NPTEFF.com and use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! You can also reach out to them on Instagram @npteff If you're a PT and you have student loan debt, you gotta talk to these guys. What makes them unique is that they view financial planning as like running hurdles on a track. And for PTs, the first hurdle many of us run into is student loan debt. Varela Financial will help you get over that hurdle. They not only take the time to explain to you which plans you individually qualify for and how those plans work, but they ALSO take the time to show you what YOUR individual case looks like mapped out within each option. So if you're looking for help on your student loan debt, or any area of your personal finances, we highly recommend working with them. You can check out Varela Financial out at varelafinancial.com. Feel free to reach out to us at: http://healthcareeducationtransformationpodcast.com/ https://www.facebook.com/HETPodcast https://twitter.com/HETpodcast Instagram: @hetpodcast @dawnbrown_pt @pteducator @dawnmagnusson31 @farleyschweighart @mail.in.stew.art @ujima_institute For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Dr. E. Joseph Savoie, president of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, joins Discover Lafayette to share his life story and dedication to improving our state's educational climate. Dr. Savoie has served as president of UL-Lafayette since 2008. Before serving at UL, Dr. Savoie served as Louisiana's commissioner of higher education for 12 years. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in education from UL Lafayette, and thereafter earned a doctor of education degree in educational leadership and administration from Columbia University's Teachers College in New York City. He has served in leadership positions for Louisiana governors Mike Foster, Kathleen Blanco, Bobby Jindal and John Bel Edwards. Under Dr. Savoie's leadership, the university has made incredible strides, significantly of note in 2021 when it achieved its designation as a Carnegie R1 university. This is the highest designation bestowed by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, The Carnegie Classification's 2021 update includes nearly 3,900 institutions. Only 137 of them, or 3%, attained R1 status. Colleges and universities are reviewed after three years to maintain this prestigious ranking. This is a heartwarming interview of Dr. Savoie as he shares growing up in Sulphur, LA, meeting his late wife, Gail, while still in high school, and his memories of his own college days at USL. We thank Dr. Savoie for taking the time to visit and for his service to our community. UL-Lafayette is a bedrock of our community, having been founded in 1898, and is our best asset for culturing upcoming leaders who can stay in Lafayette and build their own success stories.
On Thursday's show: We learn about the findings of the latest homeless count. Also this hour: Dr. Richard Ludwick, the president of the University of Saint Thomas, discusses the state of his institution and the challenges facing small, liberal arts colleges these days. Then, NPR recently reported on why ice melting in Antarctica is affecting Texas -- and Galveston specifically -- more than other places. Reporter Rebecca Hersher explains why. And a new exhibit focuses on The Jewish Deli, exploring how Jewish immigrants, mostly from Central and Eastern Europe, brought recipes and traditions with them to create an American restaurant staple of the 20th century.
This week on SA Voices From the Field, we interviewed Mirela Mazalu, Secretary General of the European University College Association (EucA). Mirela Mazalu spends her day job in the European higher education by helping students explore career pathways and gain confidence in their potential. When she's not pursuing directly students' aha moments, she does it indirectly by organising professional development initiatives for student affairs staff internationally. Her official job title is Secretary-General of the European University College Association - EucA, a non-profit association based in Belgium. She joined EucA in 2010 and serves in her current capacity since 2017. Mirela speaks 5 languages, Romanian, Italian, English, Spanish and French, and has lived in 3 countries, Romania, Italy and Belgium. But the best title she has is, simply, international educator. When asked where home is, she feels most comfortable replying “Europe”. Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
Throughout this school year, OEA has been recognizing exceptional educators who have been nominated by community members because of the impact they're making in students' lives. One of those Education Champions, Natasha Hurt-Hayes, is also making a big impact on how other educators are meeting students' needs by helping them re-think how their policies, practices, and perceptions are affecting the different groups of students they serve. This episode features excerpts from an interview with the Princeton City Schools School Improvement Coach for an Education Champions feature video.Hear from other Education Champions | To see the full series of short videos highlighting Education Champions honorees around the state, including Natasha Hurt-Hayes, go to www.ohea.org/educationchampionsFeatured Education Matters guest: Natasha Hurt-Hayes, Princeton Association of Classroom Educators memberNatasha Hurt-Hayes, M.Ed.,Ed.S. - currently a school improvement coach for Princeton City Schools District in Cincinnati, Ohio - has served in education for 20 years in a variety of capacities. She is a proud product of Dayton Public Schools' Paul Laurence Dunbar High School and her experience there as a student as well as her early work as an ELA teacher inspired her to advocate for greater change to ensure equitable outcomes for all students. Her love for the profession, inspiring young people to see the genius within them and her desire to help other educators grow has been the driving force behind the systems coaching she continues to provide through her current position as well as in her consulting work she does across the country! SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Connect with OEA: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May 2020, after a ten-year career as an Emmy Award winning television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. The interview featured in this episode was recorded on March 31, 2023.
Shawn Karol Sandy joins the SaasHoles Revenue Operations Podcast to discuss when is the right time is to terminate a mishire or a bad hire. Other Topics Discussed: Ride the horses feed the lions and eliminate the dogs, Performance management, Growth Mindset, Business Communication, What is Organizational Gravity? Mistakes in Sales Structure, Prequalify leads, FITFO, All Data Sucks Shawn Karol Sandy is the Chief Revenue Officer of The Selling Agency (and all around NOT boring gal) Unconventional times call for unconventional people. Extraordinary results require not only extraordinary effort but more importantly, extraordinary insight, strategy, planning, and execution. Shawn delivers a truly unique perspective having earned many titles: Market Director, Sales Manager, Operations Manager, Production Manager, Marketing Director, Development Director, Business Manager, Entrepreneur . . . She has conquered, redefined, and re-engineered these roles in multiple organizations – big, small, independent, non-profit – and in multiple industries – Media, Retail, Higher Education, and Corporate Real Estate. Her business, The Selling Agency, uses these experiences to create strong sales programs focused on Organization Selling and strategies that focus on the goal of every business – revenue growth. Straightforward, practical, and perhaps more than slightly cheeky, her innate gift is helping people find new ways to solve old problems, unique ways to approach new problems, and helping businesses re-invent themselves and their sales strategies. With Bold and Brave thought leadership and Clear Action Plans, her impact on business is Measurable and Meaningful and will lead your sales revolution to growth and revenue goals. With over 15 years of changing the game and leading the pack, here are some of the dynamic applications Shawn has brought to the businesses she has touched: Created the “4 Building Blocks of a Selling Organization” Developed “Organizational Gravity” – method of building competitive businesses Innovative Approach to Reverse Engineer Sales and Marketing Relationships High Impact Prospect and Client Target Methodology Set NEW standards for Thought Leadership and Organizational Experiences Implement New, Leaner Strategies to Efficiently Service Clients and Produce Deliverables Coach the Brand Voice that is Strong, Differentiating and Penetrating and can be heard from each and every employee in the organization. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saasholes/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saasholes/support
Awkwardly Random Podcast with Cinthya and Michelle
On this week's Awkwardly Random Podcast, Cinthya and Michelle reflect on their higher education journeys. They talk about where they are today and how they got there. They share why they decided to pursue grad school and law school, and they answer a very crucial question: Is higher education worth it?! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AwkwardlyRan... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/awkwardlyra... Listen to our podcast: linktr.ee/awkwardlyrandom
Digication Scholars Conversations
In the concluding part of our conversation with Katie Lester, our guest reflected on the importance of using headings, labels, and lists in webpages to allow users to scan pages and navigate easily using a screen reader.You will be impressed by the ease and flexibility with which Katie got to briefly demonstrate how she uses a screen reader to navigate to different pages in a Digication e-portfolio.Watch the episode here: https://youtu.be/-WWIRSzosks(09:15) You too can advocate for accessible technologies by joining the IADP program at UIUC: http://iadp.ahs.illinois.edu/ For more information about this podcast, please visit our podcast website using the link below:https://buff.ly/3SWPJDVListen on Apple Podcasts using the link below:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/digication-scholars-conversations/id1538850043Follow us on Social Media!Twitter: https://buff.ly/3SXhzQHFacebook: https://buff.ly/3T0FtdZInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/makelearningvisible/Please visit our website at https://buff.ly/3rMBqWy#A11Y #Accessibility #SocialWork #BlindStudent #Blind #EdTech #Usability #DigicationScholars
"I Shall Not Die, But Live"Cedarville trustee Hayes Wicker has been a relentless and tireless servant of the Lord as a church pastor and now a seminary professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary in Matthews, North Carolina. Yet his legacy almost came to an earthly close as he battled COVID-19.Hayes was near death. He was almost placed on a ventilator when the Lord used a stern and challenging nurse to motivate him to breathe on his own. He avoided the respirator, but his prognosis was still poor.In the midst of his terrible sickness, the Lord provided a flicker of hope through a verse from the Psalms: “I shall not die, but live, and tell of the works of the Lord” (Psalm 118:17).“I have seen God use this, particularly when I talk about COVID,” Hayes shares during the podcast. “On the golf course or the doctor's office or wherever I get to talk, it is an amazing platform because people are amazed that I'm alive, that I'm doing what I'm doing, and I get to tell the greatness of the goodness of God.”Hayes served for 27 years as pastor of First Baptist Church in Naples, Florida, where Dr. Paul and Mrs. Pat Dixon are members.
Join Pedro, Rachel, and Naomi as they discuss their journeys to MIT Sloan and the differences in expectation vs. reality they experienced at business school. They will also give advice about managing networking, relationships, and classes.
Today, Ron is joined by special guest, Dr. David Alexander of Providence Christian College. This episode is the second part of Ron's interview with Dr. Alexander.Connect with The Palatine Institute.Tune in every Wednesday for a new episode of A Cord of Three Strands. Subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform and never miss an episode!
Speak Better English with Harry
This episode is designed to enhance your language skills by providing you with an opportunity to learn advanced English vocabulary in context while improving your reading comprehension and listening skills. As you listen to me read an article from The Guardian, you'll not only be able to hear the proper pronunciation and advanced grammatical structures but also pick up new advanced vocabulary that will help you to sound more fluent in English.Click the link to get the full transcript https://bit.ly/3LNuIKJThis episode is ideal for intermediate and advanced learners who wish to improve their English listening comprehension, intonation, and pronunciation, as well as their grammar and overall language skills. It's a valuable resource for those preparing for IELTS, CAE, TOEFL, or any other advanced English exam.Support the showAdvanced English lessons on my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/learnenglishwithharry Learn English with HarryOnline courses start from only €7.99. Click to enrol today https://www.englishlessonviaskype.com/online-learning-courses/ and improve your English speaking skills, grammar and vocabulary.
Our guest for this week's episode is Kate Colbert, a marketing consultant and author of the recently released book, Commencement: The Beginning of a New Era for Higher Education. This episode is brought to you by our friends at DD Agency:DD Agency is a higher ed-specific marketing technology agency that has conducted countless SEO Audits for colleges and universities across the country. In these audits, they detail where you currently rank, what you could be ranking for, exactly how copy should be tweaked on website pages, and much more. If this sounds like something you could benefit from, give those folks a ping and be sure to mention that Enrollify sent you to claim a 10% discount on any of their SEO offerings. Head on over to enrollify.org/ddaseo, or simply follow the link in the show notes below…that will guarantee you get a 10% discount off of your audit. About the Enrollify Podcast Network The Higher Ed Geek is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Jaime Hunt, Allison Turcio, Corynn Myers, Dustin Ramsdell, Terry Flannery, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Led by partners Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha at the MSU-Hurley Pediatric Public Health Initiative and Dr. Luke Shaefer, faculty director of the University of Michigan's Poverty Solutions center, Rx Kids is a transformational effort to address child poverty and health equity. Consistent with practices in other countries, Rx Kids boldly tackles a root cause of health disparities: poverty. A first-of-its-kind program, Rx Kids will provide unconditional cash allowances to pregnant moms and babies in Flint.Rx Kids—a first-in-the-nation program—is the solution to uplifting babies and young children out of poverty and into better health. In partnership with health care providers and community-engaged outreach, Rx Kids plans to prescribe all expectant mothers in Flint a one-time prenatal allowance ($1,500) and all infants (0-1 year) monthly allowances ($500/month). What sets Rx Kids apart from existing cash allowance programs is its intentional impact on maternal and infant health outcomes at a community level. The anticipated reach of Rx Kids within the City of Flint during the intervention period (2024-2028) is over 6,000 families. “Rx Kids is something that has never been done before,” says Hanna-Attisha. “It is a citywide effort to disrupt poverty and improve health equity. Flint is the poorest city in the state. Our child poverty rates are about three times state and national averages and families are most poor when the babies are just born. Right before birth and in that first year of life, poverty spikes.“And for me as a pediatrician, that is maddening because that is the same time that child development is the most critical. Babies' brains actually double in size in that first year of life and that's when families are the poorest. It's so frustrating that we just band-aid so many problems that are associated with poverty and that we don't do something preventative.“I was tired of shrugging my shoulders, and I was tired of band-aiding. We do big things. We do hard things. Why not prescribe something that can lift our families out of poverty during this most critical time of child development? That's how the idea was born. We're going to give every pregnant mom in Flint a prenatal allowance, and then every baby until the age of 12 months will get a monthly cash allowance.“This is huge and transformative and has never been done before at a citywide level. There are a lot of great pilots across the country with sample sizes of 100 or 200, but this is big. This is going to be for the whole city. There are about 1,200 babies born in Flint a year, which is one of the reasons we can do this in Flint. It's a small big city. We also have great need, and we also have this built academic community partnership and this long history of the university investing in this city humbly working with community partners to do big things to improve health equity and to reduce disparities.”Why are cash allowances the best solution? “Families tend to know what they need the most,” says Shaefer. “Some families need food, some families need help paying the rent, some families need it for childcare, and some families need it to buy books and toys to help kids thrive. This is the beauty of cash. Milton Friedman was a huge proponent of using cash to help families, and it just empowers families. A couple of the other pieces of the puzzle on this is sometimes we have programs that only serve very poor families. We have other programs that serve middle class families. Part of the vision of Rx Kids that starts with Dr. Mona is that we're going to serve all the kids. Raising kids is expensive and it's hard. Society has a reason to come alongside parents in that work.“We're going to do something simple and come alongside all the families. And by doing that, we don't risk making it a stigmatized program that somehow is a marker that we're only giving it to families who aren't making it or aren't able to make ends meet that says something about them not being able to do that.“The messaging is incredibly different. We have seen cash allowances repeatedly, all around the world, work for families. And we've learned so many interesting things. There are some countries where we've been able to see as child benefits roll out, alcohol and tobacco spending among parents goes down. Sometimes people worry that there might be some folks who don't use the money in the right way. But in this case, it looks like probably because sometimes substance use is a reaction to stress and not having enough money is a big stressor that the effect is the opposite. We have all of that evidence, and we can bring it to bear on this program and do something in the United States that we have never done before.”How will Rx Kids change the trajectory of childhood poverty in Flint?“We think it's going to impact those critical maternal and infant health outcomes first,” continues Hanna-Attisha. “We think more folks will go to their prenatal visits and get connected with all the interventions and services in that space. That's going to improve birth outcomes like birth weight and prematurity and infant mortality and maternal morbidity, all these important and very costly health outcomes.“We think it's going to increase and support that relationship between moms and babies and their medical provider, both at prenatally and in the pediatric space like improving well visits, immunization rates, and necessary screenings and developmental things that happen there. We think for adults and parents, we're going to see decreased stress, which is seen throughout these kinds of programs. We're going to look at things like substance abuse, but also, we're going to measure things like happiness and hope and dignity and trust in government and institutions.“It's fair to say that in places like Flint, there's not much trust in government for many reasons, for longstanding neglect and disinvestment and systemic inequities. And we're hoping we will be able to measure an increase in that social contract between those critical institutions and the people who have been neglected for so long. This might play out with increased civic engagement, increased voting rates, increased engagement in neighborhood clubs, and participation in all kinds of different things. Some of my favorite things that we're going to measure are things at a community level because this has never been done at a community level.“What's going to happen to things like population stability? Are fewer people going to leave Flint? Will people move into Flint? These dollars are going to largely be spent in the community, and that's going to be an economic jolt for the community that's going to benefit all kinds of people, including local businesses and small businesses.“There are a whole slew of things that we're going to look at, and a lot of them are short term. We'll be able to see findings right away, but a lot will take years and maybe decades to play out. How does this impact things like kindergarten readiness and third grade reading and economic productivity and chronic disease rates and life expectancy? If you really lean on that science of early childhood, we understand that milieu of early childhood really portends life course trajectories. And if we can build a nutrient rich environment in early childhood, we think we'll be able to impact those life course outcomes for decades and maybe generations to come.”Talk about some challenges and opportunities as you work towards these goals.“One is actually how you distribute the money,” continues Shaefer. “We are incredibly lucky to be working with Give Directly, which is the international leader on how to do that exactly right. And they've done cash transfers like this all over the world. They've learned how to communicate with folks very clearly in an accessible way and how to troubleshoot. We're doing a ton of planning on this. The community infrastructure in Flint is stronger than any other place that I've ever worked. People are really communicating with each other and in sync with each other. That is what makes it possible.“We do have a lot of social welfare programs. They often do a little of this or a little of that. A lot of them are incredibly important. Those programs don't always work together as well as they should. Sometimes it seems like they're built up in silos. We're lucky to have great partners at the State of Michigan that are really helping us to figure out how to make sure somebody's food assistance isn't impacted, for example, by receiving this transfer where they wouldn't end up any better off than they were before.”“The biggest challenge right now is raising the dollars we need to make this happen,” Hanna-Attisha says. “We are honored and humbled by the $15 million challenge grant from the Mott Foundation. We have to raise another $15 million to unlock that grant. We have been writing grants and talking to foundations and funders and governments to try to bring in the necessary funds to do this, not just for a few years and not just for five years, but we want to do this for a long time. The most acute challenge right now is raising the dollars, and I'm confident that we will be able to raise these dollars and that we will get the match. If folks want to contribute, they can go to FlintRxKids.com. Every bit counts.“We hope to have this go live in 2024. And just like everything that we've done in Flint, it hasn't been about Flint, it's been about kids and communities everywhere. Even now, before we even started this program, we're already thinking about how we can make sure that every kid in Michigan and in this country benefits from Rx Kids.“Another thing that I love about this program is it's being led by two folks from two different institutions that don't often get along. This is another great example of how folks can come together for a common purpose. And the team that we're rooting for is team kids. And both our public universities have amazing strengths and assets, and this is one of the great examples where this community-based work on behalf of moms and babies is for a higher purpose than what happens on those Saturday football games.”Listen to “MSU Today with Russ White” on the radio and through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your shows.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Julie Peller of Higher Learning Advocates about accountability, ROI in higher education, and the future of the for-profit sector. Julie Peller is the Executive Director of Higher Learning Advocates. She also served as the Deputy Staff Director for the House Committee on Education and Labor. Julie discusses her perspective on the federal role in ensuring accountability, the potential variation in accountability standards for different types of institutions, methods for evaluating the return on investment in higher education, and mergers of for-profit and public institutions.To learn more about Career Education Colleges & Universities, visit our website.
Military Historians are People, Too! A Podcast with Brian & Bill
Our guest today is Andrew J. Huebner, who clearly didn't think through the idea of recording live in the Odysea Waterfront Lounge at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, in the middle of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History! Thankfully, most military historians avoid bars, pubs, etc. (NOT!). But we had a great chat and the sound turned out ok, so thanks for your patience with the sound quality on this one! Andrew is Professor of History at the University of Alabama. He earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and his PhD from Brown University. Andrew was a visiting professor at Brown from 2004-2006 and a lecturer in History and English at Harvard during the same span. Since 2017, he has been an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer. He is the author of Love and Death in the Great War (Oxford), which won the President's Book Prize from the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and The Warrior Image: Soldiers in American Culture from the Second World War to the Vietnam Era (UNC), a Nota Bene selection of Chronicle of Higher Education. He is co-editor with John Giggie of Dixie's Great War (Alabama), and forthcoming titles The Cambridge History of War and Society in America (with Jennifer Keene), and Race and Gender at War (Alabama) with Friend-of-the-Pod Lesley Gordon. Andrew is also the co-author with Alan Brinkley and John Giggey of a popular American history textbook, The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People. In addition, his work has appeared in the Journal of American History, Film and History, The Sixties, American Studies, and Journalism History. His current project, Buffalo Soldiers and the Making of the United States Empire, s under contract with Liveright/W.W. Norton. Andrew has given talks all over the United States, is a frequent guest on history podcasts, and contributor and advisor to public history projects. He's a busy guy, but one of the most humble and enjoyable historians you'll come across. Join us for our chat with Andrew, as we discuss New Jersey, gender theory (or not), Modest Mouse, and even presidential aspirations, all while Andrew multi-tasks talking with us, enjoying a beer, AND watching the Alabama-San Diego State Sweet 16 match-up over our shoulders on the big bar TV (spoiler - the game didn't end well for Andrew)! As always, thanks for listening, please subscribe on whatever podcast service you use to Military Historians are People, Too, and all podcasts you enjoy, and don't forget to check out our Swag Store on Zazzle! Rec.: 03/24/2023
♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀ Feminist Question Time with speakers from USA and UK Enjoying our webinars? If you are a position to make a one-off or recurring donation to support our work, you can find out how to do so (and see our financial reports) at https://www.womensdeclaration.com/en/donate/ - thank-you! ♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀ This week's speakers: Leslie Sudock - USA - on Speaking Freely on and off the street - An informal discussion of self-expression, in both art and (American) law. I plan to present and discuss how I have used art to explore and express my political and philosophical concerns in two contexts: gender identity ideology and American Zionism. I will also attempt a brief summary of American law on the subject of freedom of expression, that will address some of the questions I've heard raised in recent FQT conversations and, hopefully, provide useful ideas for women to take from the private spaces to public ones. Bio: I was raised in the early years of American feminism in the mid-1970's. I am a wife of 40+ years, mother of two sons and two small grandsons. My professional training and work has been in the fields of philosophy, law and historical musicology, and lately, art. I've worked as a legal services attorney for the homeless, as a criminal prosecutor (advocating in cases of violence against women and children), appeals court clerk, and court-appointed child advocate. I spent decades as a semi-professional classical singer, and as fiber artist and community art teacher and leader, with a special interest in art as personal and political expression. Suzanne Vierling - USA - on The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Warfare on Womanhood Bio: Dr. Suzanne Forbes-Vierling comes with 25 years of leadership experience in Higher Education, Mental Health, Forensic Science, Foster Care and Child Welfare, International consultation and Community Organizing. Her career has encompassed all levels of organizational leadership and management, including as an International Health and Human Services Organizational advisor serving the nations of Malawi, Chile, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Russia, Romania, Georgia, India and Philippines. Dr. Vierling is passionate about ending the tyranny against the female sex. Sheila Jeffreys - UK - on the 8 March Principles (2023) a charter of men's sexual rights Women's Declaration International (#WDI) Feminist Question Time is a weekly online webinar (Saturdays 3-4.30pm UK time). It is attended by a global feminist and activist audience of between 200-300. The main focus is how gender ideology is harming the rights of women and girls. See upcoming speakers and register to attend at https://bit.ly/registerFQT. There is also a monthly AUS/NZ FQT, on the last Saturday of the month at 7pm (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney)/9pm (NZ). Register to attend at https://bit.ly/registerFQTAUSNZ. On Sundays (10am UK time), our webinar series, Radical Feminist Perspectives, offers a chance to hear leading feminists discuss radical feminist theory and politics. Register at https://bit.ly/registerRFP. Disclaimer: Women's Declaration International hosts a range of women from all over the world on Feminist Question Time (FQT), on Radical Feminist Perspectives (RFP) and on webinars hosted by country chapters – all have signed our Declaration or have known histories of feminist activism - but beyond that, we do not know their exact views or activism. WDI does not know in detail what they will say on webinars. The views expressed by speakers in these videos are not necessarily those of WDI and we do not necessarily support views or actions that speakers have expressed or engaged in at other times. As well as the position stated in our Declaration on Women's Sex-based Rights, WDI opposes sexism, racism and anti-semitism. For more information, see our Frequently Asked Questions (https://womensdeclaration.com/en/about/faqs/) or email email@example.com.
60 years ago, university students were leading the protest in defense of free speech. The 1960's Free Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley has been credited with paving the way for the civil liberties movement of the 1960's and widespread social and political change. These days, however, free speech has taken on a new meaning. University students are being criticized for shutting down speech that doesn't align with their progressive and left leaning principles. So how do free speech laws play into the current free speech debate? Where do we draw the line between speech that offends and speech that causes harm? For this conversation, we're joined by one of the most important free speech advocates in America. Nadine Strossen served as President of the American Civil Liberties Union from 1991 to 2008, and is now a senior fellow at FIRE - the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression. The host of the Munk Debates is Rudyard Griffiths - @rudyardg. Tweet your comments about this episode to @munkdebate or comment on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/munkdebates/ To sign up for a weekly email reminder for this podcast, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To support civil and substantive debate on the big questions of the day, consider becoming a Munk Member at https://munkdebates.com/membership. Members receive access to our 10+ year library of great debates in HD video, a free Munk Debates book, and ticketing privileges at our live events. This podcast is a project of the Munk Debates, a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to fostering civil and substantive public dialogue - https://munkdebates.com/ Senior Producer: Ricki GurwitzEditor: Kieran Lynch
In this episode Lisa and Elliot discuss:The importance of trying new things before college.Changing the mindset from where to go to college to how to go to college. How to encourage your high schooler to know themselves. Instilling resiliency in your children of any age. Key Takeaways: Think about your college experience as something you design to fit your personality and dreams. Design your college experience to what you love, don't just drift through aimlessly. Do a bunch of stuff! Curate experiences, both good and bad, to figure out what you do like, what you don't like, and everything in between. Nothing you try is a waste of time - every failure tells you just as much about yourself as successes do.With a bit of research before a college tour, you can tailor your experience to what you want out of college, not just the general information given to all students. “Before you get to college, you want to test lots of things out, whether it's an instrument, a club, a sport, an internship, or something career-related. See what's resonating. You're trying to help students find their people, find their place, find their path, and that doesn't happen by accident.” – Elliot FelixAbout Elliot Felix: Elliot Felix is an author, speaker, teacher, father, and consultant to more than a hundred colleges and universities. He uses his background in design to make college work for all students by improving the spaces they learn and live in, the support services they rely on, and the technology they use. Over the last 20 years, he has spoken at SXSW Edu, taught courses on innovation, and worked with top universities like Carnegie Mellon, MIT, NYU, NC State, and the University of Virginia. Brightspot Strategy, the education consulting company he founded in 2011 was acquired by Buro Happold in 2020 and has improved the experience of more than 1,000,000 students. You can find his work in Fast Company, Forbes, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. His book How to Get the Most Out of College was published in January 2022 by Alinea Learning. He lives in Minneapolis with his son Theo, daughter Nora, and wife Liz.Episode References:Book Giveaway! https://kingsumo.com/g/cxjdoe/college-career-clarity-how-to-get-the-most-out-of-college-book-contest College and Career Clarity Episode #034 Overcoming College Major Confusion - https://www.flourishcoachingco.com/podcast/034-overcoming-college-major-confusion/ Take Lisa's free quiz “Is your teen ready for coaching?” here! https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/608984a7a898980017089b21/q/1Connect with Elliot:Twitter: https://twitter.com/elliotfelix Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elliotfelix/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliotfelix/ Website: https://www.elliotfelix.com/ How to Get the Most Out of College Book: https://www.elliotfelix.com/book How to Get the Most Out of College Podcast: https://www.elliotfelix.com/podcast Email: email@example.com Connect with Lisa: Website: https://www.flourishcoachingco.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@flourishcoachingco Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flourishcoachingco/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flourishcoachingco LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-marker-robbins/
Johnny interviews professor, fellow yoga teacher, and friend Dr. Sunny Davis about diversity, equity, and inclusion in yoga spaces as well as in larger society. Topics in the conversation include definitions for diversity, equity, inclusion, and intersectionality, the importance of centering race in discussions of equity and inclusion, the necessity of asking ourselves about our personal 'whys' for doing equity and inclusion work, the value of combining self-work and systematic work, and how this can all translate to spaces like yoga studios.About Dr. Sunny DavisDr. Sunny Davis is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at California State University Long Beach. She specializes in Higher Education and teaches topics and courses centered on diversity, equity, race, and critical theories and is currently engaged in scholarship on the use of Intergroup Dialogue for creating multilevel equity in higher education. She is also a seasoned yoga and yogalates teacher who currently teaches at Ra Yoga Long Beach. Connect with SunnyIG: soulcare_shametriceThanks for listening to the What's the Pasta!? Podcast! Please be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. Follow me on social!@johnnylapasta
William Shakespeare's Othello is the only one of his tragedies to feature a black male protagonist. Othello is a black general who elopes with a white noblewoman called Desdemona — a marriage that Iago, Othello's comrade-in-arms, plots to destroy. In this course, you'll learn Othello's story, explore the complicated impact of race on Othello's society and Othello himself, and hear the play's key speeches performed and analyzed by world-class Shakespearean actors and literary scholars. In Part 1, you'll be guided through a detailed account of the story with commentary by Farah Karim-Cooper, Head of Higher Education and Research at Shakespeare's Globe and Professor of Shakespeare Studies at King's College, London. Professor Karim-Cooper provides key historical background for understanding the play's representation of Othello. This summary is told using the language of the play itself, placing key quotations in context to help you understand where these lines come from and what they mean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts
William Shakespeare's Othello is the only one of his tragedies to feature a black male protagonist. Othello is a black general who elopes with a white noblewoman called Desdemona — a marriage that Iago, Othello's comrade-in-arms, plots to destroy. In this course, you'll learn Othello's story, explore the complicated impact of race on Othello's society and Othello himself, and hear the play's key speeches performed and analyzed by world-class Shakespearean actors and literary scholars. In Part 1, you'll be guided through a detailed account of the story with commentary by Farah Karim-Cooper, Head of Higher Education and Research at Shakespeare's Globe and Professor of Shakespeare Studies at King's College, London. Professor Karim-Cooper provides key historical background for understanding the play's representation of Othello. This summary is told using the language of the play itself, placing key quotations in context to help you understand where these lines come from and what they mean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Kyra tells us, “All good things in my life are because of my parents.” Her parents were dancers, they're liberal, kind-hearted humans, who found Ashtanga yoga first. They brought Kyra to her first class. However, at that time, Kyra was deeply struggling with bulimia and anorexia. And although the class made an imprint, a spark was lit. It wasn't until after she left treatment that she was fully able to return to it. Diving headfirst with an openness to receiving it's healing effects. Today we're talking about identity, hidden wounds, and how sometimes, even with the best upbringing and family, we struggle with our own darkness. The good news is there's freedom when we compassionately embrace our shadows, find the courage to bring it into the light, and invite them to dance! Kyra Weinberger grew up with dance, music, and yoga filling her home. She took the path of musical theater and ballet performing with professional companies from the age of 8. It was her first love and career, but it was not a forever love. Kyra knew at 19 years old, walking out of her first Intro to Ashtanga class she had found something that had always been missing. Unfortunately, the path wasn't exactly simple. Having dealt with an eating disorder and the anxiety for many years, it was not until recovery that a real practice was possible. The practice of Ashtanga has given Kyra tools to create a life of discipline and love. JUNE 1 - 12, 2023 - All-Inclusive Turkey Retreat! GET DETAILS - harmonyslater.com/yoga-retreat-turkey MAKE A DONATION TO YOGA GIVES BACK doTERRA will MATCH dollar for dollar the funds raised here: Girls Scholarship for Higher Education with Digital Access in India - https://doterrahealinghands.org/match-program/fundraiser/479/higher-education-for-girls-in-india LEARN ABOUT KYRA: INSTAGRAM - @kyralyn A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make A Donation - harmonyslater.com/donate Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ Give us a 5★ rating! Opening and closing music by Nick Evans from his album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify Here. Purchase your own copy Here.
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Enjoy this bonus episode where Professor Giordano joins John Solomon and Amanda Head on Just the News, Not Noise- Real America's Voice. They discuss how the government is using grant funding to recruit academics to further build out the censorship industrial complex. They also discuss how foreign money is prevalent throughout higher education as the CCP attempts to gain influence and intelligence. They wrap up the segment discussing President Biden's reelection announcement. Professor Giordano also joins Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria to discuss Boston's plan to provide free college tuition to illegal immigrants at the taxpayer expense. We also touch upon the government's efforts to silence dissent. More Information If you enjoyed this episode and found it useful, please give The P.A.S. Report Podcast a 5-star rating and take 30 seconds to write a review. Make sure to hit the follow button so you never miss an episode. Please share this episode on social media and with your family and friends. Please visit 4Patriots. 4Patriots champions freedom and self-reliance. Use code PAS to get 10% off your order. Don't forget to visit https://pasreport.com. *PA Strategies, LLC. may earn advertising revenue or a small commission for promoting products or when you make a purchase through any affiliate links on this website and within this post.
Join guest host Jenny Whittington, URMIA's Executive Director, as she interviews Juan Azcarate, Marje Lemmon, and Eno Oregbesan, members of URMIA's Honors Committee, about their work on the committee. Juan, Marje, and Eno share the different awards and honors available to URMIA members, what the nomination process is like, and how you can nominate others and yourself for these awards. They also discuss efforts to promote inclusiveness in the Honors Committee's process and the hope to further improve these strengths. Don't miss out on the nomination process - most nomination categories are open until July 15th!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia