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On today's episode, we (Abbie & Daniélle) catch up with our good friend, Catherine Koth. We chat about dancing our years away at Iowa State University, what it's like to move across the country, parenting, and of course...embracing social awkwardness. Catherine discusses her career transition from the accounting world, to now working as an independent travel advisor. In her role, Catherine specializes in all things Disney, as well as destinations to Europe and the Caribbean (including cruises)! Abbie & Daniélle cannot wait to use her services for their future vacations! But more importantly, we loved re-connecting we our fellow Cyclone alum, Midwesterner, and lover of all things DISNEY. Connect with Catherine: Facebook: Catherine Koth Vacations. Connect with Us: Instagram @Reallifepodad Facebook- Reallife Podcast With Abbie & Daniélle Email: email@example.com Abbie: @abbienichole_rd , @bodyimagerd , http://www.bodyimagerd.com Daniélle: @dahill486 , @itsdaniellehill , http://www.daniellehill.org
The US Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to a California law requiring more space for pigs.Tuition would go up by 3.5 percent at Iowa State University, the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Iowa under a plan presented to the Iowa Board of Regents. Plus, a look at the science of storing carbon.
Questions still outnumber answers after revelations that University of Iowa and Iowa State University athletes are under investigation for online sports wagering. The Gazette's John Steppe and Erin Murphy break down what we know and what questions remain on the latest episode of the Hawk Off The Press podcast.
The University of Iowa and Iowa State University say a total of 41 of their student athletes are suspected of wagering on sports in violation of NCAA rules. Students at Drake University will soon be able to pursue a new zoo and conservation science degree. And, Iowa is eliminating the requirement that those who apply for a teaching license in the state be at least 21 years old.
Finding and sustaining a workable workforce is a challenge. It starts with recruiting and onboarding. HR professional Lori Culler and dairy farmer Laura Finger share experiences, recommendations and tips for recruiting, selecting and onboarding employees. Dairy Stream host Joanna Guza dives into the topics below with Lori and Laura: 1:38: Where should farms start with sourcing and recruiting talent 3:44: Share the reality of the job 5:23: Best place to post a job 6:33: How Laura recruits for her farm 8:49: How to assess the talent pool 9:56: What to share about pay and benefits 13:46: How to select the best candidate 18:26: Ensuring the farm and candidates expectations are met 24:04: What is an effective onboarding plan 25:43: Making the handbook ‘fun' 27:00: How to build a positive employee culture 28:00: First week is critical, don't forget about 30, 60, 90 day check-ins 31:22: How to check-in with new employees 32:34: Biggest mistake with onboarding 33:35: Ensuring all the backgrounds and cultures of employees are thriving 36:58: The future of recruiting and onboarding Special thanks to Syngenta for sponsoring this episode. About the guests Lori Culler is the founder of AgHires, an online job board and recruiting firm dedicated to the Agriculture, Horticulture, and Food Production industry. Lori grew up on her family's 3rd generation potato and grain farm operating today across four states. After graduating from the University of Toledo with a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, she began working in recruiting and management consulting. While hiring for her family's operation, she quickly realized the lack of resources in the industry to find and attract talent which inspired her to launch AgHires. Laura Finger and her husband Phil are owner operators of Finger Family Farm in Oconto Wisconsin. They are the 5th generation on their dairy that milks 540 cows, raises all their own replacements and farms 1800 acres. Laura has a Dairy Science Degree from Iowa State University and uses both cow knowledge and evolved people skills to lead a team of 20 employees with a variety of backgrounds ranging from local people, high schoolers, retirees and migrant labor. Her main jobs are to raise calves and kids, manage the parlor and anything involving their team of people on the farm. Dairy Stream has dedicated the next four episodes to focus on an asset on your farm, your workforce. The four episodes of the Workable Workforce Series will cover recruiting, engaging, coaching and HR legal items. The series is sponsored by Syngenta and Compeer Financial. May 24: Workable Workforce Series: Retention and Engagement June 14: Workable Workforce Series: Coaching and Counseling July 5: Workable Workforce Series: HR Management and Legal Matters This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. Become a sponsor, share an idea or feedback by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
On this episode of the Doctors of Running Podcast, Matt is joined by two phenomenal guests from Brooks, Jennifer Sumner and Evan Day, biomechanists on the Brooks' Run Research Team. They give us an inside look at how Brooks' unique approach to biomechanical testing and research in shoe development. They help us tackle big questions like "what does it mean to be a runner?" and "how do we tell the difference between 'good' and 'bad' running mechanics?" They even dive into the link between mental health and wellness and how we run, and how that might influence our shoe choices. Chapters 0:00 - Intro 9:02 - What does it mean to be running footwear biomechanist? 19:44 - How does Brooks define a "runner"? 26:18 - What is Run Signature? 36:34 - How to differentiate between good and problematic running mechanics 44:16 - How does Brooks categorize runners & their mechanics? 50:18 - The link between a runner's psychology, wellness, and biomechanics 1:03:16 - Integrating this link between mental health and mechanics into footwear design 1:09:55 - What are the next big questions Brooks is trying to address in running? 1:17:05 - Wrap-up This week's episode of the Doctors of Running Podcast is sponsored by Running Warehouse. As runners, we love the outdoors and the positive impact it can have on our health and on the well-being of future generations. This Earth Day, celebrate the sustainable initiatives taken by brands to create high-quality eco-friendly gear. Head on over to Running Warehouse to check out all the sustainable styles. Jennifer Sumner is the Director of the Run Research Team at Brooks. Her passion for injury prevention started with a two-year sports medicine program in high school. From here she went on to study Biomedical Engineering and human movement for topics ranging from ergonomics to tissue engineering and finally into running injury prevention throughout her academic career. She found her passion for applied research in the product space as a research technician for Biomechanigg Inc, evaluating the influence of everything from hockey skates to road bicycles on human movement and performance. She entered the industry as a Research Scientist with New Balance before moving to Brooks, where has been for the last six years. The Brooks passion to build for all who run using science-based insights is what will keep Jennifer with the brand for years to come. Evan Day is a Manager on the Run Research Team at Brooks overlooking biomechanical testing and research related to Inline Product (
The Dairy Streamlet is a new, condensed version of Dairy Stream that takes the long episode and covers just the high-level points of the conversation. If this topic interests you, listen to the full episode on May 3. Dairy Stream has dedicated the next four episodes to focus on an asset on your farm, your workforce. The four episodes of the Workable Workforce Series will cover recruiting, engaging, coaching and HR legal items. The series is sponsored by Syngenta and Compeer Financial. In this first part of the series, Dairy Stream host Joanna Guza talked with HR professional Lori Culler and dairy farmer Laura Finger about the most critical step with developing your workforce. They cover how to recruit, select and onboard new employees. Special thanks to Syngenta for sponsoring this episode. About the guests Lori Culler is the founder of AgHires, an online job board and recruiting firm dedicated to the Agriculture, Horticulture, and Food Production industry. Lori grew up on her family's 3rd generation potato and grain farm operating today across four states. After graduating from the University of Toledo with a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, she began working in recruiting and management consulting. While hiring for her family's operation, she quickly realized the lack of resources in the industry to find and attract talent which inspired her to launch AgHires. Laura Finger and her husband Phil are owner operators of Finger Family Farm in Oconto Wisconsin. They are the 5th generation on their dairy that milks 540 cows, raises all their own replacements and farms 1800 acres. Laura has a Dairy Science Degree from Iowa State University and uses both cow knowledge and evolved people skills to lead a team of 20 employees with a variety of backgrounds ranging from local people, high schoolers, retirees and migrant labor. Her main jobs are to raise calves and kids, manage the parlor and anything involving their team of people on the farm. This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. Become a sponsor, share an idea or feedback by emailing email@example.com.
Dr. Susan Recker is a veterinarian with a passion for nutrition. In this episode, she recommends four foods that can benefit any dog with cancer and six things to avoid when choosing foods for your dog. The best foods for dog cancer are sardines, mushrooms, cruciferous veggies, and berries. Listen in to learn how these foods can benefit your dog, how much to feed, and how often to feed. Foods to avoid are foods cooked at high heat, artificial preservatives, rancid fats, artificial coloring, GMOs (but not for the reason you might think), and excessive omega-6 fatty acids. Listen in to learn more about these potentially detrimental compounds and how you can cut them out of your dog's diet. Links Mentioned in Today's Show: Animal Diet Formulator: https://animaldietformulator.com/ Related Links: Broccoli for Dogs article Acrylamide in Dog Food article Medicinal Mushrooms for Dog Cancer Part 1 podcast episode Chapters: 0:00 Start 2:39 Diet and Cancer 6:08 #1: Sardines 11:21 #2: Mushrooms 13:37 Nutrition from Food Not Supplements 16:23 Cooking Mushrooms 18:24 #3: Cruciferous Vegetables 24:43 #4: Berries 28:02 Foods to Avoid 28:34 Avoid Foods Cooked Under High Heat 34:57 Avoid Artificial Preservatives 37:42 Avoid Rancid Fats 41:31 Avoid Artificial Colors 42:14 Avoid GMOs 44:32 Small Changes Matter 46:02 Avoid Excessive Omega-6 Fatty Acids 48:24 No One Thing Caused Your Dog's Cancer About Today's Guest, Dr. Susan Recker: Dr. Susan Recker grew up in Iowa, steeped in a firm sense of responsibility for the earth and its creatures. After graduating from veterinary school at Iowa State University, she practiced small animal medicine in WI and IL. She saw a growing need for outside-the-conventional-box treatments, so she became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation therapy (chiropractic). Dr. Recker is also a committed and meticulous educator. Given a laptop, a cubicle, and a starter budget, Dr. Recker designed and established an accredited veterinary technician program at Gateway Technical College in Elkhorn, WI. Writing a balanced, comprehensive curriculum was a delight – and teaching it was just as satisfying. Her students continue to carry her legacy of fervent, proactive animal advocacy. As Dr. Recker's experience grows, so does her commitment to high-quality integrative treatments. Her most recent interest is using food as medicine. She formulates complete and balanced diets, reveling in how much joy good food brings to animals and their humans. Dr. Recker is glad to add DogCancer.com to her life story of loving and serving animals by empowering their humans with education. LinkedIn Other Links: If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200. Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit DogCancerNews.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a respected authority on Texas-style barbecue, Jess Pryles is also a co-founder of the Australasian Barbecue Alliance, designed and releases the JP Signature Edition Pitts & Spitts smoker, created an internationally- acclaimed line of meat seasonings under the Hardcore Carnivore® brand and has partnered and been ambassador for numerous brands including Kingsford Charcoal, Lone Star Beef, Gerber Legendary Gear and Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation. With her “meat scientist” credentials from Iowa State University, Jess is going to (with her warm-heart) unravel the myths and hesitations with frozen meats.www.bbqradionetwork.com www.holsteinmfg.com
In this episode Ed interviews Dr. Greg Tylka of Iowa State University and Dr. Dylan Mangel of University Nebraska Lincoln. They discuss Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN), the research and programming being used to combat this pest in Iowa and Nebraska. Additional Resources https://www.apsnet.org/edcenter/disandpath/nematode/pdlessons/Pages/Soybeancystnematode.aspx https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/publications/an-overview-of-soybean-cyst-nematode https://faculty.sites.iastate.edu/gltylka/iowa-state-university-scn-resistant-soybean-variety-trials https://cropwatch.unl.edu/2021/scn-survey-update-and-10th-annual-tode-awards https://cropwatch.unl.edu/plantdisease/soybean/soybean-cyst-nematode https://scn.plantpath.iastate.edu/ How to cite the podcast: Zaworski, E. (Host), Tylka, G. and Mangel, D.(Interviewee). S2:E16 (Podcast). What is SNIRT and Why is it Bad News for Soybean Growers?: An Overview of Soybean Cyst Nematode. 4/19/23. In I See Dead Plants. Crop Protection Network.
Cattle Market Update for This Week Planting Considerations for Corn in 2023 Potential for Rain on the Radar 00:01:10 – Cattle Market Update for This Week: We begin this week's programming with our cattle market update. This week we are joined by Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz. He shares that the markets took somewhat of a breathing period after several weeks of strong movement. He also highlights two recently released USDA reports - April's Cattle on Feed and the 2022 Livestock Slaughter Annual Summary. A group of undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture here at K-State are collecting listener data from Agricutlure Today for a class project. If you have the time and are willing please feel free to take the survey at the link below. Link to undergraduate survey on Agriculture Today 00:12:03 – Planting Considerations for Corn in 2023: The show continues with K-State farm systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti. Ignacio shared insight on soybean planting considerations last week and joins us today to highlight this year's corn crop. The K-State specialist emphasizes again the lack of water in our soils and the importance of adjusting seeding rates. More information on corn plant density adjustments from Ignacio from the KSU Agronomy eUpdate 00:23:05 – Forest Rehabilitation: For our wildlife segment this week we are joined by K-State wildlife specialist, Drew Ricketts. Drew ends today's show by discuss management strategies for forest rehabilitation. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
Do you know the best practices when mushroom foraging? Tune in as Olivia interviews Chelsea Harbach, Plant Disease Diagnostician in Iowa State University's Plant & Insect Diagnostic Clinic. They discuss tips when it comes to foraging for mushrooms and even growing your own at home. Chelsea also gives some great resources you can use! Episode Links: • Iowa Mushroom Calendar: https://naturalresources.extension.iastate.edu/encyclopedia/mushroom-foraging-iowa • Safe Mushroom foraging webinars by Lina: part 1- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bdiEBwMzZI&t=534s • Safe Mushroom foraging webinars by Lina: part 2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNIPxbGbJtU&t=3s • Safe Mushroom Foraging Book: https://store.extension.iastate.edu/product/Safe-Mushroom-Foraging • Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic e-mail: email@example.com Growing mushrooms at home resources from other universities: • Pen State University- https://extension.psu.edu/forage-and-food-crops/mushrooms/production-and-harvesting • University of Florida- https://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/plants/edibles/vegetables/growing-mushrooms-at-home.html • Cornell University- https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/projects/mushrooms/ • University of Vermont- https://www.uvm.edu/news/extension/growing-mushrooms-indoors
Joining the show this week is Ruth Gladwyn-Nash, a BHIS Counselor at Heart and Solutions serving the Ames, Ankeny and Waukee communities. While pursuing her degree in English from Iowa State University, Ruth found herself in a mental health crisis which resulted in a Bipolar II diagnosis. She has since found that her own mental health struggles have only helped her work more effectively with children struggling with their own mental health and behaviors. Have you found yourself in a situation where you were disclosing a new diagnosis to friends and family? Have you been on the receiving end of someone sharing a diagnosis? What was your experience? Let us know by texting or calling our anonymous number: (515)-650-3231 To start behavioral or mental health services in Iowa, with a provider like Ruth, call Heart and Solutions at (800) 531-4236. Connect with Heart and Solutions online at: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/YouNeedaTraining Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2dWKD6TenIMIC76ctq21YN Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPmrcmi5HUINpWEjHfHzTnQ/featured Podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YouNeedaCounselor Heart and Solutions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Heartandsolutions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/you_need_a_counselor/ Web: http://www.heartandsolutions.net
Dr. Dan Thomson is a professor in the College of Animal Science at Iowa State University. He produces Doc Talk on RFD-TV and online. He is also a partner in Production Animal Consultation. Dr. Dan also works with various segments in the beef industry to help connect the dots and foster what he terms a "One Beef Concept."www.doctalktv.comwww.pacdvms.com
Dr. Joe Colletti, retired Associate Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University, joins Jennifer today in the first part of two to discuss research programs with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Market to Market - The MtoM Podcast
To better understand the success of a plant - it is better to know the stressors and factors that make that corn plant grow in various times of water supply. Dr. Brian Hornbuckle of Iowa State University is working with NASA to find when corn does best in the field.
Chris Williams & Brent Blum break down the commitment from UNLV basketball transfer Keshon Gilbert, and discuss what's next to come in the portal for the Cyclones. The fellas have an in-depth conversation on the importance of Cy-Town for the future of Iowa State University. Finally, what are baseline football expectations for 2023? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Beginning Fruit Farm Series, Suzanne Slack, Assistant Professor of Horticulture at Iowa State University specializing in perennial fruit crops, Brandon Carpenter, Agriculture Specialist with Iowa State Horticulture Research Station, and Liv Meyer, a graduate student in the department of Horticulture at Iowa State University talk about getting your small fruit farm ready for spring! What needs to be cleaned up, when is the most opportune time to clean those things up, what sort of maintenance do we need to keep in mind, when to plant new plants, and MORE!
This afternoon we talk balance sheets, price outlook and grain marketing strategies with Chad Hart of Iowa State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Oliver Sloup shares price action perspective.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wednesday's AOA kicked off with Dr. Chad Hart, Extension Economist with Iowa State University to discuss Argentina's reintroduction of their 'soy dollar' to move more ag exports. In segment 2, Denny Vennekotter, Vice Chair of the Market Development Action Team at National Corn Growers Association, and Sarah McKay, Director of Market Development with NCGA joined the show for The Monthly Grind, looking at the Circular Bioeconomy and corn's place in it. In segment 3, Dr. Pat Westhoff, Director of the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute looked at their recent 10 year baseline ag economy projections. And the show closed with Dennis Smith, Archer Financial Services with an analysis of the recent Hogs and Pigs Report from USDA
Jamie and Dr. Soupir discuss the benefits of spring manure applications, the impacts of studying at a land-grant university and how corn cobs might be the wave of the future for bioreactors.About the Guest: Dr. Michelle Soupir joined the faculty at Iowa State University in 2008. She was appointed as an Interim Associate Dean in the Graduate College in 2022 and is a Professor in the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department (ABE) with a research and teaching appointment. Dr. Soupir received her B.S. degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from Kansas State University and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Biological Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech.Follow the ISU Water Chicks on Twitter:https://twitter.com/ISUWaterChicks?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Eembeddedtimeline%7Ctwterm%5Escreen-name%3AISUWaterChicks%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c11Water Quality Research Lab – Iowa State University:https://www.abe.iastate.edu/soupir/Episode Topics:00:32 Welcome to Dr. Michelle Soupir01:39 ISU Water Chicks02:12 All the land grant universities05:30 Water quality and manure06:30 Prairie grass and muddy creeks08:20 Current research – Blackhawk Lake watershed monitoring10:13 All about manure11:27 Antibiotics in watersheds14:10 Spring manure application16:40 Cover Crops17:33 27 plots = A lot of research18:20 So many students, so many opportunities21:57 Wood chip bioreactors – more than a decade of research24:20 Forest management + water quality management25:30 Students – not just academics in the future26:20 Wood chips vs. corn cobs, pumping and moreFollow us on social media! FB: https://www.facebook.com/PrinscoInc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/prinscoinc Website: https://www.watertable.ag/the-podcast/Find us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1538507698Subscribe to our Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/001MKyL5nMw6jUpuuz9aGdListen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMzg5OTEwLnJzcw== More Episodes & Water Management Education:https://www.watertable.ag/the-podcast/
We talk with Lee Schulz at Iowa State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences about a study he co-authored about the multi-plant processing business, plus Jack Scoville of The PRICE Futures Group has price action perspective and Cary Artac of artacadvisory.com has chart updates for May corn, soybeans and crude oil.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Beginning Fruit Farm Series, Suzanne Slack, Assistant Professor of Horticulture at Iowa State University specializing in perennial fruit crops, Randall Vos, Commercial Fruit Crop Specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, and Liv Meyer, a graduate student in the department of Horticulture at Iowa State University are discussing grape pruning. Tune in to learn all about pruning your grape vines!
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Delaney and Tanner cover the USDA Report released today. Jennifer discusses agriculture processes from the field to your fork in North Dakota, Minnesota, and South Dakota, with Gabby Hackley, a student at Iowa State University.
Starting in June 2023, antibiotics will no longer be available for purchase at your local farm store. Hear from Dr. Dan Thomson at Iowa State University as he discusses this regulatory change and how producers can obtain antibiotics going forward. And later, Dr. Brad Johnson at Texas Tech University dives into the label changes for reimplanting cattle under the same FDA issued guidance. You'll also hear David, Paul, Tyrell and Carrie's thoughts on these changes, as well as David's recent open house tour with True West Beef and more.
Heads Up - A USA Wrestling Coaches Council Podcast
Heads Up - A USA Wrestling Podcast: S3 E2 featuring Kyven Gadson, M.Ed.Kyven is currently serving as Assistant Director Of Development - Priority Initiatives at Iowa State University, his alma-matter.He is also Co-Founder & President of the Be RARE, an initiative to promote healthy social and emotional learning through creative outlets.Kyven's success on the mats have earned him a Bronze at the World Cup, multiple US Open National Titles, an NCAA D1 title in 2015 for the Cyclones, and a University National Championship in 2016. Wrestling for Waterloo East High School in Waterloo, Iowa, Gadson compiled a prep record of 113-12. In his sophomore season, he finished as the runner-up at the Iowa state wrestling tournament in the 145-lb weight class. Gadson was undefeated in both a junior and senior, winning the Iowa state wrestling tournament in the 171-lb and 189-lb weight classes, respectively. He finished his senior season ranked as the sixth-best high school wrestler in the nation at the 189-lb weight class by both the Amateur Wrestling News (AWN) and Intermat. In high school, Gadson was coached by his father William "Willie" Gadson, a former Iowa State Cyclone NCAA Division I collegiate wrestling All-American.Additionally, Gadson was the 2011 FILA Junior freestyle national champion at 96-kg, 2009 FILA Cadet freestyle national champion at 85-kg, the 2009 Northern Plains Junior Freestyle champion, the ASICS Folkstyle Nationals champion at 152-lb in 2008, the runner-up in the 2008 USAW Preseason Nationals, finished fifth at the 2007 USAW Cadet Folkstyle Nationals, and was a Greco-Roman and freestyle state champion as a high school sophomore.Kyven talks about family, goals, big match-ups, and what it takes to be great both on and off the mats. Join us for an amazing conversation with Kyven Gadson! Heads Up! For coaches, by coaches.
We're bringing you a very special episode with guest host Dr. Kathleen Delate. Tune in as she interviews 4 organic farmers and an organic researcher engaged in organic technologies that may offer some value in organic operations. As with all technology, the benefits of technological innovations must be evaluated along with any trade-offs, which are explored in this podcast. Seth Harbecke is a student at Iowa State University who farms organically with his family in western Illinois. Seth speaks with Dr. Delate on the advantages of utilizing data tracking technologies like FieldView in organic systems and provides guidelines on deciding if you should use them on your farm. Levi Lyle farms organically in Washington, Iowa, and chats with Dr. Delate on all things organic weed management. From weed zapping to organic no-till, Levi highlights the latest tools and production practices he utilizes to help manage weeds in his organic system. Scott Shriver, who farms 2,000 organic acres in Jefferson, Iowa, shares with Dr. Delate how he uses tractor steering guidance systems, like RTK, and provides a detailed explanation of how the technology works and how it can benefit larger organic operations. Michael O'Donnell is a Crop Specialist with Grain Millers in Indiana, and the Farm Certification Manager for the 4,000-acre organic Living Prairie Family Farm in northwest Indiana, where he has been helping perfect organic strip tillage and other innovations. He takes Dr. Delate through the process and provides details on how to integrate this system on your farm. Brad Heins is a professor of organic animal science at the University of Minnesota. He walks Dr. Delate through dairy management technologies from robotic milkers to sensors which improve breeding success and herd management for organic producers. He concludes with CowVacs for natural fly management and their research on automated calf feeders.
Kaylee Kleitsch, a senior at Iowa State University, recently traveled to Australia on a study abroad course. While there, she had the opportunity to learn about their animal production systems, irrigation forms, and even purple potatoes!
In this episode of the Beginning Fruit Farm Series, Suzanne Slack, Assistant Professor of Horticulture at Iowa State University specializing in perennial fruit crops, Brandon Carpenter, Agriculture Specialist with Iowa State Horticulture Research Station, and Liv Meyer, a graduate student in the department of Horticulture at Iowa State University are discussing Apple Tree pruning. Tune in to learn tips, tricks, and best practices when it comes to pruning your apple trees!
Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Dr. Bud Mopper has built an international reputation for his pioneer leadership in direct resin bonding. He practiced minimally invasive dentistry with composite for over 45 years. He is a renowned lecturer in esthetic dentistry. He co-authored, A Complete Guide to Dental Bonding, which was the first definitive book for the dental profession describing bonding techniques – and he has continued to publish numerous articles on The Art and Science of Direct Resin Bonding. He is a Life Fellow of the Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Founding Member and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Life Fellow and Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, and Fellow of the American College of Dentistry. He teaches direct resin bonding on a Continuing Education level at many universities including the Iowa State University and the University of Illinois Chicago, plus he teaches courses at the Center for Esthetic Excellence. Dr. Mopper is the recipient of three of the most prestigious awards given by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. One for “Lifelong Commitment to Providing Excellence in Continuing Education in Cosmetic Dentistry” and secondly, an award for “Outstanding Contribution to Cosmetic Dentistry” and third for “Outstanding Innovation in Cosmetic Dentistry.” He received the New York University College of Dentistry “The Irwin Smigel Prize in Esthetic Dentistry” and the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the World Aesthetic Congress in England, for “Outstanding Contribution to Cosmetic Dentistry.” He received the 2017 Gordon J. Christensen Lecture Recognition Award from the Chicago Dental Society. Dr. Mopper was awarded the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is Co-founder and Chairman of Cosmedent, Inc., where he is responsible for educational programs, and product development.
Flora Funga Feedback Survey |This week we chat with a soil scientist, Mriganka De, from Minnesota State University-Mankato. He got his BS and MS in Soil Science in India and a Ph.D. degree in Soil and Water Science from the University of Florida. After finishing his Ph.D., he continued his academic career as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Idaho and Iowa State University. (Make sure to check out the YouTube for the visuals during this interview) Some topics we cover in this episode:What is the water cycleFog Drip?Wtf is corn sweat?What are some qualities that make good soil health?source vs sink?farming practiceswhat is the future of farming?How does our food suffer from water?Microbe analogiesHow can you have drought and flooding at the same time?What can we do to practice sustainability?Why do we only grow 2-3 crops anymore?What is a bioreactor?How can flora and funga help the quality?Have humans ruined the soil?Where to find Mirganka:ResearchInstagramTwitterEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgResources Mentioned:Listen to Episode 51 about the Movement of WaterEpisode 50: The Truth Behind Alga BloomsSupport the show***I am an affiliate with ENERGYBITS (your daily algae tablet packed with nutrients) go visit this link and use code FLORAFUNGA at checkout for 20% off***SUPPORT THE SHOW: Join my Patreon for only $1/month [THATS only .03 cents a day!]Follow my other social media sites to interact and engage with me:Email me to be on the podcast or inperson Interview: email@example.com FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubePatreon Help support my plant buying habit by "Buying me a Plant"a twist on buy me a coffee Theme song : -Soundotcom called Go Rock -Take the Lead by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4458-take-the-leadLicense: http://creativecommons.org/
Dr. Dedrick Davis is an Assistant Professor in Soil Physics at Alabama A&M University. He obtained his PhD in Soil Science and Environmental Science from Iowa State University,and his teaching expertise is in soil physics and soil hydrology. He has published research papers in national and international scientific journals, as well as several book chapters, and he has taken part in national and international congresses, including recently, when he was invited to join a national panel discussing Climate-Smart Cotton.Links to learn more about Dr. Dedrick Davis:Dr. Dedrick Davis on ResearchGateArticle: Dr. Dedrick Davis in ScientiaArticle: Dr. Davis joins national panelSubscribehttps://www.metergroup.com/en/meter-environment/podcastFollow ushttps://twitter.com/meter_envhttps://www.linkedin.com/showcase/meterenvironment/Questions?Our scientists have decades of experience helping researchers and growers measure the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. Talk to an expert→ Request a quote→DisclaimerThe views and opinions expressed in the podcast and on this posting are those of the individual speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions held by METER.
In this episode of the Beginning Fruit Farm Series, Suzanne Slack, Assistant Professor of Horticulture at Iowa State University specializing in perennial fruit crops, Brandon Carpenter, Agriculture Specialist with Iowa State Horticulture Research Station, and Liv Meyer, a graduate student in the department of Horticulture at Iowa State University discuss all things bramble (mainly raspberries and black berries) pruning. Tune in to learn tips, tricks, and best practices when it comes time to prune brambles.
Whether you are a team of one or one hundred, cultivating a healthy research culture starts with strong leadership. Strong leadership encourages UXR teams to promote better research practices across teams and manage healthy conflict. But what does a healthy company culture look like IRL? And how do you promote best practices throughout the organization to help scale your research? Mike Oren, Head of Design Research at Klaviyo, has built and scaled several thriving research teams from scratch throughout his career. In this episode, he discusses the power of company culture and shares advice on culture building. In this episode, we discuss: The overall impact of research culture on companies' bottom-line goals The anatomy of a “healthy” company culture Establishing cultural norms in your organization Dealing with challenges and avoiding mistakes Tips and tricks for nurturing and developing a research-focused company culture Highlights: [00:01:11] Planting the seeds of research culture [00:03:18] The importance of psychological safety for UXR teams [00:06:04] Maintaining healthy conflict and avoiding cognitive bias [00:12:21] Attributes of a healthy research culture [00:21:45] How research culture fits in with the rest of the organization [00:28:39] Tips on how to build research awareness and educate stakeholders Sources mentioned in the episode: http://userinterviews.com/awkward https://www.linkedin.com/company/klaviyo About Our Guest Mike Oren, Head of Design Research at Klaviyo, a technology company that provides an automated email marketing and SMS marketing platform. He is also the Founder of Societech, an Adjunct Professor at Illinois Institute of Technology's Institute of Design, and an independent UX Research Consultant. Mike holds a Ph.D. and a Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction and Sociology from Iowa State University, and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and English Writing from DePauw University. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awkwardsilences/message
Shao Tong was born in Dalian, China. In 2012, she was giving the opportunity to study at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. In September 2014, Shao Tong thought she was going to spend a romantic weekend with her boyfriend. However, she disappeared, and was reported missing by her roommate. Sources: See No Evil- Season 10 episode 10, 'The Other Man' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Shao_Tong https://www.cnn.com/2016/06/22/asia/china-iowa-student-murder-sentence/index.html https://www.press-citizen.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2016/07/01/how-tong-shaos-killer-brought-justice/86546758/ https://cbs2iowa.com/news/local/motive-revealed-in-tong-shao-murder-case Thank you to Manscaped for sponsoring today's episode! For 20% + free shipping, use code: CRIMEOCLOCK Blog: https://kileystruecrime.squarespace.com Instagram: @itscrimeoclocksomewhereblogpod Twitter: @itscrimeoclock Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Buy Me a Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/itscrimeoclocksomewhereblogpod If you are enjoying this podcast, please leave me a 5 star rating and review!! I will be back next week with an all new case and book recommendation. AND REMEMBER, IT'S CRIME O CLOCK SOMEWHERE!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kiley000/support
Olivia is again joined by Suzanne Slack, Assistant Professor of Horticulture at Iowa State University specializing in perennial fruit crops, Brandon Carpenter, Agriculture Specialist with Iowa State Horticulture Research Station, and Liv Meyer, a graduate student in the department of Horticulture at Iowa State University and on this episode of our Beginning Fruit Farm Series, they discuss grape trellising. Tune in as they discuss the different trellising options and what options would best suit your grapes here in Iowa!
Join A Cure in Sight to discuss systemic therapies for metastatic uveal melanoma with Dr. Meredith McKean. We discuss when to use systemic therapies, what is out there besides KIMMTRAK, how to determine a path forward for introducing systemic therapies in metastatic management McKean received her bachelor's degree from Iowa State University, where the promising athlete ran cross-country and track. During fellowship, McKean studied biomarkers for response to immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) in metastatic melanoma, earning her an American Society of Clinical Oncology 2017 Young Investigator Award. She now serves as the director for the Melanoma and Skin Cancer Research Program at the Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Tennessee Oncology. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Head to our site to register for a 5K Lookin' for a Cure near you! www.lookinforacure.org Swing for Sight April 22, 2023 REGISTER for SWING FOR SIGHT TODAY: Subscribe to the newsletter to stay in the know Newsletter link Email email@example.com for questions regarding any upcoming events! ********* Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, or Instagram @acureinsight, for more stories, tips, research news, and ideas to help you navigate this journey with OM! *A Cure in Sight is a 501c3 organization. All donations made can help fund our podcast to educate patients, fund research, aid patients, and more! Donate $10 $15 $20 today to help A Cure in Sight in their quest to find a cure. Contribute via PAYPAL OR VENMO or reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org The Eye Believe Podcast is brought to you by Castle Biosciences. Castle Biosciences is a leading diagnostics company improving health through innovative tests that guide patient care. The Company aims to transform disease management by keeping people first: patients, clinicians, employees and investors. This podcast was hosted by Danet Peterson and produced by Page Fronczek.
This podcast is with a longtime friend and an industry professional Dr Steven Leath. We talk about some critical subjects and organizations for the better future of our sport and industry. Dr Steven Leath is the Executive Director of the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports. He serves on the Board of the World Food Prize, the Council of Advisors to the World Food Prize, as Vice-President of Conservation of the Boone and Crockett Club and is a member of numerous other conservation organizations. He is also the former President of Iowa State University and Auburn University.
The Real Estate Syndication Show
Can winning habits be learned? In the case of real estate syndication, anyone can take advantage of success stories from investors who have learned the ropes through the years.In this episode, Sean Donnelly of Left Field Investors shares valuable insights on how to thrive in a real estate syndication. Life Bridge Capital's Deana Berg gets to uncover his journey into passive investing and how he continues to make a mark in the industry. Key Points From This Episode:What made him decide to venture into real estate investing?What role does his wife play in the business?What were the lessons he realized from his first investment?What motivated him to go into passive investing?How was his experience doing his first phone call to propose a deal?How does he approach PPM today?What investment advice did he learn that is still relevant today?How has he demonstrated the power of real estate investment to his kids? How does he keep track of his investments? Tweetables:"You don't have to be the first, just be the swiftest. So just keep going.”“Have grit, have that hustle, have that passion.” “Never give up on yourself, whatever it is that you're going to, go after it with passion.”“What we want to do is educate people in this passive investing space and make them smarter and better and understand the importance of due diligence.”“Think differently, invest passively.”“Our goal is not to go after the shiny object, but to go after people that go after knowledge, to share that knowledge, and then find operators and sponsors that we know, like and trust.”Link Mentioned in Today's Episode:Sean Donnelly on LinkedInLeft Field Investors Email Sean DonnellyAbout Sean DonnellySean Donnelly started his real estate investing journey in 2007. However, the recession tested his determination to which he credits today for inspiring him to be one of the best in the industry. Today, he is active in multi-family and funding opportunities through syndications. Sean earned a degree in finance from Iowa State University and then completed his MBA in 2007 from Otterbein University.
Building With People For People: The Unfiltered Build Podcast
As a developer have you ever worked on an API endpoint but you can't easily find the documentation for the API to see how pieces work, or can't find the specific sequence diagram on how your domains interact, or how about using some clunky outdated internal tool that you have to use to compile your code, well your user experience is suffering, more specifically your developer experience is poor. The term “developer experience” or DX is becoming more and more pervasive in the tech industry as companies realize how important it is for the success of their businesses. But what is DX you ask? Well, in today's episode I am joined by a very special guest to answer that question and explore the realm of DX engineering and how you can help yourself and your team become more productive and build the experience you deserve. Our guest today, Cassidy Williams, spreads the joy of tech through her contagious positivity and accessible content. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Iowa State University and is a startup advisor and investor and developer experience expert. Currently, she is the CTO at Contenda, an AI content generation platform. Previously, she was the Director of Developer Experience at Netlify and has also worked at a variety of large and small companies like Remote, React Training, CodePen, Amazon and Venmo. She's active in the developer community, has given hundreds of talks around the world, and also co-hosts the Stack overflow podcast and The Dev Morning Show (at night) podcast. She is one of Glamour Magazine's 35 Women Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry and LinkedIn's Top Professionals 35 & Under. She wants to inspire generations of STEM students to be the best they can be. When Cassidy is not inspiring the next generation of coders she is playing music, singing karaoke, creating memes, building mechanical keyboards, and hanging out with her sister. Connect with Cassidy: Twitter The Dev Morning Show (at night) LinkedIn Website Show notes and helpful resources: CTO at Contenda Glamour Magazine's 35 Women Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry Subscribe to Cassidy's newsletter it won't disappoint Cassidy's fav joke at the time of recording “I adopted my dog from a blacksmith. As soon as we got home, she made a bolt for the door!” Obsidian note taking software for productivity As a developer experience engineer you are making developers live's easier through content generation, demos, tutorials and anything that can get them from zero to 1, the “Time to Hello World” Make Time by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky Cosynd App - The fastest and most affordable way for content creators to register their works Visit podcast.unfilteredbuild.com for more info Building something cool or solving interesting problems? Want to be on this show? Send me an email at email@example.com Podcast produced by Unfiltered Build - dream.design.develop.
Welcome back to the second season of She's Wild, the Podcast for Women in Land & Development. Today's guest is Rebecca Frantz is a licensed real estate salesperson with Hertz Farm Management in Iowa. Rebecca has been serving clients in the land industry for three years but has been a licensed salesperson for four years. She is a graduate of Iowa State University where she earned a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Business.Rebecca was raised on her family's century farm in southeast Iowa. Her diligent work ethic and life experiences led her to Hertz Farm Management where she works with land and farm owners helping them market and sell their land. She has dedicated time to serve those around her on a local and national level through her involvement in multiple organizations including the Realtors Land Institute (RLI), Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commissioner, Ag/Business Group of Johnson County, Mid-Prairie Alumni & Friends Board, Iowa Corn Tri-County Group, and more.In this episode, you'll get to know Rebecca as we discuss her love selling farmland. Her energy is infectious and it's easy to see why her clients love her and her enthusiasm for the agriculture industry. Memorable Moments:9:52 My favorite deal so far was helping my mom buy a farm. It was such a cool deal to get to work with family and see us gain land that was adjoining ours. We sold farms in the process, we bought farms in the process, we did a 1031 exchange in the middle of it. There was a lot of learning and there was also a lot of joy in building our operations.14:50 I applied three times to serve on the Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission. As someone that comes from a farm and someone who wants to educate people on agriculture, I wanted that to be taken into account with planning and zoning. I was adamant and kept applying every time a position opened. I wanted to increase my knowledge of planning and zoning and comprehend it better for my buyers and sellers. 25:02 Land values have gone up nearly 30 to 40% since 2021. It is crazy how much they skyrocketed in such a quick amount of time. 26:10 If it's high-quality ground, you're still going to see high prices. There's still substantial amounts of cash out there in our sector of agriculture. People see land as a great hedge against inflation. Connect with Nancy:Instagram:https://instagram.com/nancysurakLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancysurak/Website: www.nancysurak.comConnect with Rebecca:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-frantz-097424151/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beccafrantz/Twitter: https://twitter.com/rebeccafrantz_Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/frantz.reHertz Farm Management: https://www.hertz.ag/Book recommendation: Living Fully by Mallory Ervin, https://malloryervin.com/living-fully-bookPodcast recommendation: The Quote Of The Day Show with Sean Croxton She's Wild Sound Production by: Luke Surak, Surak Productions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Feedlot Marketing Data Advice for Knowing Your Online Audience Walk-In Fishing Access in Kansas 00:01:05 – Latest Feedlot Marketing Data: We begin this week's programming with our cattle market update from Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz. Lee shares insight on the sideways trade that we have seen lately, and breaks down the feedlot marketing data from the lastest Cattle on Feed Report from the USDA. 00:12:07 – Advice for Knowing Your Online Audience: You may know Brandi Buzzard from her active presence online sharing information about beef cattle. She's become well known as a trusted source of information regarding beef from pasture to plate, and she joins us today to share insight on understanding your audience when sharing agricultural information online. Brandi's website - Buzzard's Beat Brandi's Instagram Brandi's Facebook page 00:23:04 – Walk-In Fishing Access in Kansas: We end with this week's wildlife segment where K-State aquatics and fisheries specialist, Joe Gerken, shares information on Walk-In Fishing Access (WIFA) areas in Kansas. He shares that privately-owned ponds or streams can be entered into this program with the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks with benefits for both landowners and those looking to find public fishing opportunities. More information on Walk-In Fishing Access areas Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to email@example.com. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
Dr. Adam Thoms, Assistant Professor in the Department of Horticulture at Iowa State University, joins the podcast to talk and educate about the ups and downs of the turf industry - specifically being a golf course superintendent. Dr. Thoms provides valuable feedback that you can take back to your club or facility and help other understand why things happen when and how they do on the course.
ABOUT JULIE LAUGHTON:As a graduate of Iowa State University, she studied Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Mechanical Engineering and Interior Design. After graduating with a degree in Design, she moved to New York City where she spent five years working for two different architectural firms and top five developers in Manhattan. Properties included: Phillip Milstein's Windsor Court, Liberty Court and Normandy Court, Lefrak Property's Newport City, Landau Development's 990 Avenue of the Americas, Zeckendorf Development's Zeckendorf Towers, J.I. Sopher's the Monarch and Astor Terrace, Bank of America's 5th Avenue Corporate Offices, Citibank's Park Avenue Corporate Offices, David Webb Jewelry on Park Avenue, Weinberg Law Offices, Rizzo Law Offices and the historical Friars Club.When opportunity arose, Julie relocated to Los Angeles and quickly found her way to Laguna Beach. After adding Certified Custom Kitchen and Bath design to her resume, it was time to round out her credentials to include being a licensed General Contractor. Julie's vast expertise and experience is demonstrated through her portfolio. Her unique hands-on process and attention to detail have made her a favorite among homeowners who value a stress-free process, meticulous attention to detail and a flare for retaining the essence of your dream home. CONNECT WITH JULIE:• Website: https://www.julielaughton.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/julielaughtondesignbuild• Twitter: https://twitter.com/JulieLaughtonDB• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/julie-laughton-design-build• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julielaughtondb WAYS TO CONNECT WITH STEFANIE…• Website: https://shebuildshomes.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shebuildsbetter• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shebuilds.homes• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/shebuildsshow
On January 20th, we posted a blog titled, “Like Pheasants? Thank a Coyote,” on the Pheasants Forever Facebook page. That article generated a whopping 430 shares and 369 comments ranging from unhinged vitriol to unapologetic praise. The response on Instagram was similarly passionate. In this episode, host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Dr. Tim Lyons and Dr. Nicole Davros, both biologists with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, and Aaron Kuehl, PF & QF's habitat programs national director who also received his master's degree in animal ecology from Iowa State University where he studied predator movement and activity. The group discuss the science behind the blog's premise and answer the more popular questions on the social feeds generated by the post. Episode Highlights: • In what may be a surprising reaction, Kuehl thanks the social media commentors for their passion about pheasants and for their pushback on the science. • The biologists discuss the role coyotes play as predators of adult pheasants and pheasant nests. They also explain the complex relationship between coyotes, fox, and pheasants. • Lyons explains “compensatory reproduction,” and how coyotes will actually produce more litters when their populations are suppressed.
Erica Ziel, mom of three, received her Health and Human Performance degree from Iowa State University, is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Board-Certified Holistic Health Coach, personal trainer, Pilates instructor, deep core and pre/postnatal exercise specialist whose mission is to help women live a healthier, active life pain-free and heal their body through movement, breathwork, and gut health. Erica is the founder and creator of Core Athletica®, The Core Rehab Program, Knocked-Up Fitness® program, Pre/Postnatal Exercise Specialist Course, and host of The Core Connections Podcast. She believes that anything you want to improve about your health and life, you can!In this episode, we're talking all things repair and rebuilding of your core!! Erica shares how it's never too late to repair your core after baby, and the steps to take to start healing from the inside out.Highlights from the episode:What is our deep core, and how do we care for it What is diastasis recti? Who does it affect? How can it be healed?How our pelvic floor health affects our overall health Healing Incontinence AKA You Don't Have to Pee Your Pants Why women need to stop doing kegels Healing the whole self: a holistic approach to healing through movement, wellness, intuition, and breath work Healing your body after babies...no matter how long it's beenResources:pelvic floor guide www.ericaziel.com/pelvicfloorCore Rehab Program: https://www.ericaziel.com/core-rehabKnocked-Up Fitness Program: https://www.ericaziel.com/knocked-up-fitness-membership www.EricaZiel.comhttps://www.instagram.com/ericaziel/ https://www.facebook.com/EricaZielFitness
Our guest on the podcast today is financial and retirement planning expert Derek Tharp. Derek is an assistant professor of finance at the University of Southern Maine, and he's also lead researcher at Kitces.com where he writes about a broad range of financial and retirement planning matters. In addition, Derek is a senior advisor at Income Lab and he's president of a private wealth management firm called Conscious Capital. Derek received his bachelor's degree in finance from Iowa State University and his doctorate in personal financial planning from Kansas State University. He's a certified financial planner, and he's also a chartered life underwriter.BackgroundBioRetirement Withdrawal Rates“The Retirement Distribution ‘Hatchet': Using Risk-Based Guardrails to Project Sustainable Cash Flows,” by Derek Tharp and Justin Fitzpatrick, kitces.com, Nov. 24, 2021.“Using Probability-of-Success-Driven Guardrails to Manage Safe Retirement Spending,” by Derek Tharp, kitces.com, March 3, 2021.“With Retirement-Spending Plans, the Odds Are Stacked in the Investor's Favor,” by John Rekenthaler, Morningstar.com, Jan. 13, 2023.“Justin Fitzpatrick: ‘Retirees Have a Superpower,'” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, July 12, 2022.“Retirement Income Guardrails Beyond Withdrawal Rates,” Webinar, incomelaboratory.com, Jan. 12, 2022.“Why 50% Probability of Success Is Actually a Viable Monte Carlo Retirement Projection,” by Derek Tharp, kitces.com, Jan. 6, 2021.“Christine Benz and John Rekenthaler: Revisiting What Is a Safe Retirement Spending Rate After a Tough Year,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Dec. 20, 2022.“What Is the ‘Retirement Spending Smile'?” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.“The Ratcheting Safe Withdrawal Rate—A More Dominant Version of the 4% Rule?” by Michael Kitces, kitces.com, June 3, 2015.“Reframing Monte Carlo Results to Increase Trust in Dynamic Retirement Spending,” by Derek Tharp, kitces.com, June 29, 2022.“Simplifying Retirement Income Planning Visualization Using the ‘Spending Risk Curve,'” by Derek Tharp and Justin Fitzpatrick, kitces.com, April 13, 2022.“The Impact of Decreasing Retirement Spending on Safe Withdrawal Rates,” by Derek Tharp, kitces.com, Feb. 22, 2017.Portfolio Construction and Tax-Loss Harvesting“The Extraordinary Upside Potential of Sequence of Return Risk in Retirement,” by Michael Kitces, kitces.com, Feb. 20, 2019.“Michael Kitces: Does Portfolio Customization Pay Off?” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Aug. 23, 2022.“Tax Loss Harvesting+ Methodology,” by Boris Khentov, betterment.com, Sept. 7, 2021.“Tax-Loss Harvesting Best Practices (and How to Scale It Across a Client Base),” by Ben Henry-Moreland, kitces.com, Sept. 7, 2022.“Quantifying the Value of Tax Loss Harvesting,” by Derek Tharp, retirementprof.com, Jan. 10, 2023.ESG“The Tricky Ethics of Socially Responsible Investing,” by Derek Tharp, wsj.com, Sept. 4, 2017.Robo-Advice“The Value of Robo-Advisor Technology: A Practical Tax-Loss Harvesting Case Study,” by Derek Tharp, retirementprof.com, Jan. 9, 2023.“Why DIY Investors Should Still Use a Robo-Advisor,” by Derek Tharp, retirementprof.com, Dec. 7, 2022.
No market action today because it's Presidents' Day but we have a conversation with Lee Schulz of Iowa State University and Cary Artac of artacadvisory.com has chart updates for May wheat, April heating oil and June live cattle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Breaking & Entering: Advertising
Tune in to this week's episode of ADjunct for a conversation with Professor Jay Newell. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, including work in network journalism, advertising, and media management, Jay shares his career journey and innovative teaching methods. We also discuss his meeting with THE Mr. Rodgers, the strengths of Gen Z, and his advice for advertising students. Links Connect with Jay: here Connect with us: here Win a Crowbar and break into advertising: here --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/breakenter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/breakenter/support