Tony Hawk — Professional Skateboarder, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist.A sample of the topics explored:The early days of skateboardingThe paradox of Tony's high school yearsTony Hawk, “The Hollywood Consultant”Overcoming challenges in the industry and his most significant physical injuryThe effects of fame on Tony, his family, and his relationshipsThe Mental Fitness practices that keep his mind healthy and thrivingHow Tony has adjusted his perspective and style to continue skating at 55 years oldThe future of Skateboarding & advocating for SkateparksShout-out to Birdhouse Skateboards and the Skatepark Project ___Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what resonates with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props
Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is Deborah Solmor In this episode, her guest is Tery Gonsalves – Partner at Alston & Bird In our last episode we looked at the Department of Education's most recent suite of regulations impacting institutions' participation in the Title IV program, specifically with respect to certification, financial responsibility and administrative capability. In this episode we take a deeper dive into the provisions relating to certification and the Program Participation Agreement Links to Additional Resources: · Fact Sheet: Protecting Students Through Final Regulations That Strengthen Department of Education Oversight and Monitoring of Colleges and Universities · Biden-Harris Administration Releases Final Rules that Strengthen Accountability for Colleges and Consumer Protection for Students · Copy of Final Regulations related to Financial Responsibility, Administrative Capability, Certification Procedures, Ability to Benefit (ATB) · Education Advisory: Biden-Harris Administration Expands Oversight and Monitoring of Colleges and Universities Listen in to #EdUpLegal. Making LegalEASY Listen in each week to get the buzz on the trending higher education legal, regulatory, and compliance questions without the legalese. Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make Education YOUR business
Join host Keith Ippolito as he engages in an insightful conversation with Angie Clawson, the Director of Communications at The Salvation Army. This episode focuses on a vital initiative, the 41st Can-A-Thon, a heartwarming food drive benefitting The Salvation Army of Metro Atlanta, proudly supported by 11Alive and Publix. Angie delves into the stark reality of food insecurity, emphasizing that 1 in 10 individuals in Metro Atlanta faces uncertainty about their next meal. Together with 11Alive, The Salvation Army aims to re-stock its 13 food pantries to bring hope and support to those struggling in our communities. Listeners will discover the tangible ways they can make a difference by contributing nonperishable food items. With drop-off locations conveniently situated across Metro Atlanta, individuals can bring their donations to Publix Shamrock Plaza in Decatur, Salvation Army centers in Lawrenceville, Marietta, and the Kroc Center in Fulton until Friday, December 1. Recognizing that hunger doesn't take a holiday, Angie highlights continued opportunities to combat food insecurity beyond the drop-off event. Donors can participate virtually until December 31, whether through financial contributions on the website, fulfilling items on the Amazon Wishlist, or by volunteering to make an impactful difference. For more information on how to get involved, make a donation, or find the most needed items, listeners are encouraged to visit 11alive.com/canathon. Tune in to this episode to discover how each donation and act of kindness contributes to bringing hope and relief to thousands facing food insecurity in our community. *Episode Resources:*- The Salvation Army Donation Website- Find the Amazon Wishlist Here- Volunteer Opportunity Details- More Details on Participation and Needed Items Locations: •Publix Shamrock Plaza (Decatur): 3870 N Druid Hills Rd •Salvation Army Lawrenceville (Gwinnett): 3455 Sugarloaf Parkway •Salvation Army Marietta (Cobb): 202 Waterman Street, SE •Salvation Army Kroc Center (Fulton): 967 Dewey Street Let's make a difference together in the fight against hunger!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest Dr. Bryan G. Behrenshausen Panelist Leslie Hawthorn | Abby Cabunoc Mayes Show Notes In this episode, hosts Leslie Hawthorn from Red Hat and Abby Cabunoc Mayes from GitHub, welcome Dr. Bryan G. Behrenshausen, a Senior Open Source Program Manager at GitLab. This episode delves deep into the world of open source, discussing its importance, challenges, and how companies like GitLab and GitHub are navigating and supporting the open source community. Bryan showcases GitLab's initiatives to support open source communities, touching on programs like the GitLab for Open Source, and the exclusive GitLab Open Source Partners program. Throughout the conversation topics like guidelines for diving into open source projects, the intrinsic link between open source and business strategy, and the role of effective social interaction in the open source realm are explored. The significance of maintaining transparent documentation, policies, and processes in an open source environment is also emphasized. Press download now to hear more! [00:01:29] Bryan tells us about his role at GitLab, where he operates at the interface between GitLab, the company, and the broader GitLab community, focusing on open source contributions. [00:03:23] Leslie inquires about specific support mechanisms GitLab offers to open source maintainers and Bryan mentions two significant programs at GitLab: The GitLab for Open Source program and The GitLab Open Source Partners program. He lists some major projects associated with the GitLab Open Source Partners program like Debian, Arch, Fedora, etc. [00:08:45] Bryan emphasizes the importance of sustainability and how being a part of a community can provide support, best practices, and even commiseration. [00:10:01] Abby points out the challenges of community interaction on platforms like GitHub and asks Bryan about the impact of his efforts on community building at GitLab. Bryan acknowledges the challenges and notes that while they're seeing progress in community building, it's an ongoing effort. [00:11:38] We hear how Bryan is handling open source projects that just need a private repository for security releases. [00:12:38] Leslie mentions the significance of sharing policies and processes publicly, particularly in Europe, given the legislative environment. Bryan explains how GitLab implements a management model called “team ops” for best practices in an all-remote environment. [00:13:33] Leslie stresses the importance of documentation, and Bryan shares that GitLab is active on Discord, and he tells the story of how the community started the server and later handed it to GitLab. [00:15:33] Abby praises both GitLab and Red Hat for running open source projects and documentation. Bryan highlights the challenges and decisions behind using Discord. [00:16:50] Bryan provides context for the open leadership assessment and talks about how open source principles impact organizational culture and design, he mentions he'll be speaking with Heidi Hess von Ludewig about one of his favorite projects at All Things Open-2023, and we hear about the “open source way,” which is another project he worked on. [00:20:58] Leslie raises the topic of interplay between work in communities and the responsibilities to employers, and Bryan explores the complexities of working in open source, the challenges, and frictions when balancing between community engagement and organizational objectives. [00:24:26] Abby asks if GitLab is offering guidelines for diving into open source projects. Bryan responds that GitLab's handbook provides some basic guides but lacks a full-fledged open source programs office. [00:25:42] Leslie discusses a trend in technology industry where companies scale back on their open source program office staff, especially during rough economic times, and Bryan talks about the intertwined nature of open source and business strategy in certain organizations, and how the open source strategy is essential from top to bottom. [00:28:27] Leslie suggests that achieving business outcomes can be smoother with the right tools, including the skills for effective social interactions in the open source realm. Quotes [00:03:45] “We owe it to the open source ecosystem of which we are a part to make sure that ecosystem is healthy and vibrant and has what it needs.” [00:19:45] “I just think that open source communities are really fascinating Petri dishes of self-organization and self-governance.” [00:24:02] “Participation in open source projects is all but unavoidable today as an organization.” Spotlight [00:29:32] Bryan's spotlight is his favorite open source project, WordGrinder. [00:31:02] Abby's spotlight is Random Name Picker for Lucky Draw. [00:31:44] Leslie's spotlight is reading a chapter on ‘Communication Channels' from the guidebook, The Turing Way. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) SustainOSS Mastodon (https://mastodon.social/tags/sustainoss) Open Collective-SustainOSS (Contribute) (https://opencollective.com/sustainoss) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Leslie Hawthorn Twitter (https://twitter.com/lhawthorn?lang=en) Abby Cabunoc Mayes Twitter (https://twitter.com/abbycabs?lang=en) Dr. Bryan Behrenshausen Website (https://semioticrobotic.net/) The Open Organization (https://theopenorganization.org/) GitLab (https://about.gitlab.com/) GitLab for Open Source (https://about.gitlab.com/solutions/open-source/join/) GitLab Open Source Partners (https://about.gitlab.com/solutions/open-source/partners/) All Things Open (ATO) 2023 (https://2023.allthingsopen.org/) WordGrinder (http://cowlark.com/wordgrinder/index.html) Random Name Picker for Lucky Draw (https://github.com/icelam/random-name-picker) The Turing Way-Communication Channels (https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/communication/os-comms/os-comms-channels) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Special Guest: Dr. Bryan Behrenshausen.
At this week's Round Table, Emily, Erina, and Hannah spoke with Alison Ritz, an AP Government and History teacher in the Bronx. She has taught in the New York City Department of Education for over two decades, striving to connect the present to the past while centering civic engagement for high-school students. As a former teenage activist, she approaches AP US Government and Politics, Participation in Government, and Economics from the lens of youth empowerment. Ms Ritz also has the honor of working with seniors to support the college-application process and postsecondary transition and serves as Faculty Advisor for the Riley's Way Bronx Council. We conversed at length about what students would LIKE to know about their teachers but are frequently afraid to ask. We also discussed the joys and challenges of being in the teaching profession, which varies depending on the state you live in. Furthermore, we discussed how Ms Ritz' own experiences got her into teaching and how exactly teaching keeps her inspired and motivated. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nextgenpolitics/message
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Dec 1st Publish Date: Nov 30th Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Friday, December 1st and Happy 77th Birthday to actress Bette Midler. ***12.01.23 - BIRTHDAY - BETTE MILDER*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Engineered Solutions of Georgia 26-Year-Old Killed in Cumberland Hotel Shooting Tuesday Cobb Commission OKs $1.6 Million for 2025 MLB All-Star Game 'It's not a fee, it's a tax': Republican Commissioners Oppose Stormwater Fee Plus, Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson Director of Communications from the Salvation Army. All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: ESOG STORY 1: 26-Year-Old Killed in Cumberland Hotel Shooting Tuesday A 26-year-old man, Demarcus Watson, was killed in a shooting at a Cumberland hotel in Cobb County. The incident occurred around 11:45 a.m. at the Budgetel Inns and Suites. Officers responded to reports of a person shot and found Watson with a gunshot wound. Despite attempts at lifesaving measures, he did not survive. The police suspect foul play, and no suspect has been identified yet. Watson's next of kin has been notified. Authorities urge anyone with information to contact the Cobb County Police Tip Hotline at 770-499-4111. STORY 2: Cobb Commission OKs $1.6 Million for 2025 MLB All-Star Game The Cobb Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 to approve $1.6 million for security and related expenses for hosting the 2025 MLB All-Star Game at Truist Park. The funding, part of the county's 2025 budget, includes $785,000 for overtime for police officers, firefighters, and 911 operators. The remaining $800,000 will cover security and traffic equipment, planning, training programs, and meals for staff. The decision comes two years after MLB withdrew the 2021 All-Star Game from Truist Park in response to Georgia's voting law. Cobb Chairwoman Lisa Cupid expressed appreciation for the opportunity to host the event again. STORY 3: 'It's not a fee, it's a tax': Republican Commissioners Oppose Stormwater Fee Cobb Commissioner Keli Gambrill reiterated her opposition to a proposed stormwater utility fee, characterizing it as a tax without direct benefits. Cobb Water System Director Judy Jones presented details of the proposed fee, which would fund stormwater maintenance and improvements. The fee, based on impervious surface area, would result in modest increases for most residences but substantial ones for large businesses. Gambrill argued that the fee does not address existing staffing shortages and criticized the approval of a 24-inch pipe that redirected stormwater onto another resident's property. Commissioner JoAnn Birrell also opposed the fee, linking it to ongoing revenue transfers to the county's general fund. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: CUofGA STORY 4: Santa Takes it From the Top in Smyrna Tree-Lighting Festivities Smyrna's annual "Home for the Holidays" event in Market Village drew a large crowd to launch the 2023 holiday season. The downtown area, adorned with more colorful lights than ever, featured entertainment and the arrival of Santa Claus. Mayor Derek Norton greeted attendees and expressed satisfaction with the event's growth. The festivities included the lighting of a giant tree, Santa's arrival on an aerial platform, and group photos with Santa in a large sleigh. Multiple school choruses and musical groups contributed to the holiday spirit. The addition of a Kris Kringle Market with various vendors offering unique gifts enhanced the celebration. STORY 5: Mableton Council to Vote On Transitional Budget The Mableton City Council is set to vote on a voluntary transitional spending plan for the city, covering December 2023 to June 2024. The city, in its transitional period, anticipates revenues of $3.8 million and expenditures of $3.5 million, with a projected surplus of approximately $309,000. Motor vehicle taxes are the main income source, expected to generate $2.25 million. Expenditures include salaries, code enforcement, and legal representation. The mayor and council have a budget of $112,500 for salaries, while code enforcement has a proposed budget of about $431,500, covering personnel services and equipment. The council will also consider a resolution adopting a preliminary classification and pay plan for 13 positions. We'll be back in a moment. Break: DRAKE – CHRISTMAS PIEDMONT STORY 6: ANGIE CLAWSON SALVATION ARMY And now, here is Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson from the Salvation Army. ***ANGIE CLAWSON*** *Episode Resources:*- The Salvation Army Donation Website- Find the Amazon Wishlist Here- Volunteer Opportunity Details- More Details on Participation and Needed Items Locations: •Publix Shamrock Plaza (Decatur): 3870 N Druid Hills Rd •Salvation Army Lawrenceville (Gwinnett): 3455 Sugarloaf Parkway •Salvation Army Marietta (Cobb): 202 Waterman Street, SE •Salvation Army Kroc Center (Fulton): 967 Dewey Street Let's make a difference together in the fight against hunger! Break: INGLES 5 STORY 7: Kennesaw State Receives $2M grant to Boost Doctoral Education Kennesaw State University's Peach State Bridges to the Doctorate Program, which supports master's students from underrepresented communities pursuing doctoral degrees in biomedical sciences, has received a new five-year training grant renewal worth $2 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The program, established in 2018, boasts a success rate of 85%, with participants often moving on to doctoral programs. The renewed grant will allow the program to offer more generous stipends to trainees and cover the costs of attendance, expanding its reach to include financially disadvantaged students STORY 8: Online Bachelor's in Health Science at GHC Ranked One of the Most Affordable in the Country Georgia Highlands College's online Bachelor of Science in Health Science program has been recognized as one of the most affordable in the nation by Intelligent.com. Established in 2020, the program offers concentrations in public health, exercise science, and social and behavioral health. The school emphasizes experiential learning through internships and allows students to earn certifications while studying. With a pre-professional track, the program is not limited to pre-medical studies, providing flexibility for students to pursue various health science careers. The college has partnerships with institutions like Trinity School of Medicine, University of West Georgia, and Morehouse College. Break: Henssler :60 Signoff- Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Marietta Daily Journal podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Gwinnett Daily Post, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories and get other great content at MDJonline.com. 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GDP Script/ Top Stories for Dec 1st Publish Date: Nov 30th HENSSLER 15 From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast. Today is Friday, December 1st and Happy 77th Birthday to actress Bette Midler. ***12.01.23 - BIRTHDAY - BETTE MILDER*** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Kia Mall of Georgia. Mountain View High alum — whose family immigrated from Ghana —becomes first-generation college graduate. GCPS Parent Mentors hosts presentation to help parents support special education students. Piedmont Eastside Hospital Welcomes New General Surgeon Plus, Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson Director of Communications from the Salvation Army. All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1: MOG STORY 1: Mountain View High alum — whose family immigrated from Ghana —becomes first-generation college graduate Diana Bamfo, a Ghanaian immigrant, has overcome challenges to graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC). Bamfo's family moved to the U.S. when she was 12, and she worked as a grocery store cashier for a year to save money for college. Fascinated by math, she chose accounting and joined GGC in 2017. Active in campus groups like International Student Admissions and the School of Business Torch Team Ambassadors Program, she credits GGC for providing a supportive environment and plans to pursue a master's degree in accounting after gaining work experience. STORY 2: GCPS Parent Mentors to host presentation to help parents support special education students Gwinnett County Public Schools Parent Mentors are hosting a presentation titled "Behavior Strategies to Support Your Child" for parents of students receiving special education services. The session, scheduled for December 5, will cover identifying problematic behaviors, understanding the four primary functions of behavior, and offering tips and techniques for addressing behaviors. Parents can choose between an in-person session at the J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional Support Center in Suwanee or a virtual session on Zoom. The goal is to provide consistent behavior interventions and strategies across home and school environments. Parents can register for their preferred session online. STORY 3: Piedmont Eastside Hospital Welcomes New General Surgeon Daniel Maxwell, D.O., has joined Piedmont Eastside Hospital and Piedmont Physicians Surgical Specialists Eastside. Board-certified by the American Board of Surgery, he specializes in robotic-assisted and minimally invasive surgery, endocrine surgery, gastric surgery, colon and rectal surgery, endoscopy, and emergency general surgery. Maxwell completed his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and his residency and fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine. He has a keen interest in clinical research, quality outcomes, nutrition, and patient wellness. Maxwell welcomes new patients and accepts most major insurance plans. More information is available on the Piedmont website. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: PEGGY SLAPPY – DTL STORY 4: My students in prison have complex pasts but are now creating new stories The Northwestern University Prison Education Program recently celebrated the graduation of 16 incarcerated students with bachelor's degrees. The program aims to provide higher education opportunities to those in prison, fostering growth, healing, and rehabilitation. The students, who shared their complex life stories through assignments like sociological autobiographies, demonstrate the diverse backgrounds and challenges faced by individuals in the criminal justice system. The article emphasizes the importance of understanding the complexity of individuals behind bars, acknowledging their humanity, dreams, and potential for positive change. The incarcerated students participated in a full liberal arts curriculum, highlighting their academic capabilities and resilience. STORY 5: This lawsuit has the NCAA staring down extinction. Is that a bad thing? The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is facing a potential class-action lawsuit from current and former athletes seeking $1.4 billion in damages for violating antitrust laws by restricting compensation for the use of athletes' "names, images, and likenesses" (NIL). The NCAA argues that such damages could force the curtailing of college sports programs across the country and has appealed the case. This legal battle comes amid a broader shift in policies surrounding college athletes' compensation, with increased focus on the athletes' earning rights, particularly in the context of NIL endorsements. The NCAA's longstanding amateurism model is under scrutiny as the landscape of college sports evolves. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: TOM WAGES – JACKSON EMC Story 6: ANGIE CLAWSON SALVATION ARMY And now, here is Keith Ippolito's conversation with Angie Clawson from the Salvation Army. ANGIE CLAWSON *Episode Resources:*- The Salvation Army Donation Website- Find the Amazon Wishlist Here- Volunteer Opportunity Details- More Details on Participation and Needed Items Locations: •Publix Shamrock Plaza (Decatur): 3870 N Druid Hills Rd •Salvation Army Lawrenceville (Gwinnett): 3455 Sugarloaf Parkway •Salvation Army Marietta (Cobb): 202 Waterman Street, SE •Salvation Army Kroc Center (Fulton): 967 Dewey Street Let's make a difference together in the fight against hunger! Break: ESOG – INGLES 8 STORY 7: 30-year mortgage rates keep falling, move below 7.5% The average rate on 30-year fixed mortgages decreased to 7.41%, down from 7.55% the previous week, according to Bankrate's weekly national survey. This drop may signal a prolonged decline in mortgage rates, influenced by factors such as a slowing job market and signs that the Federal Reserve's efforts to combat inflation are effective. Mortgage rates are also impacted by factors like decreased mortgage applications and lenders vying for a shrinking pool of applicants. The Federal Reserve's decision to pause interest rate hikes contributes to the shift in mortgage rates. Economists anticipate a further decrease in mortgage rates, potentially falling below 7% during the winter months. STORY 8: Gov. Brian Kemp's chief of staff moving to Georgia Power Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's chief of staff, Trey Kilpatrick, is set to join Georgia Power as senior vice president of external affairs from January 15. Kilpatrick, who served as chief of staff since 2020, has experience working with the late U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson and an Atlanta-based investment firm. Georgia Power's CEO, Kim Greene, expressed Kilpatrick's dedication to Georgia's growth and well-being. Lauren Curry, Kemp's deputy chief of staff, will succeed Kilpatrick as chief of staff, marking the first female in this role in Georgia's history, while Brad Bohannon will become the deputy chief of staff. We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: Henssler 60 Signoff – Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. If you enjoy these shows, we encourage you to check out our other offerings, like the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast, the Marietta Daily Journal, the Community Podcast for Rockdale Newton and Morgan Counties, or the Paulding County News Podcast. Read more about all our stories and get other great content at Gwinnettdailypost.com. Did you know over 50% of Americans listen to podcasts weekly? Giving you important news about our community and telling great stories are what we do. Make sure you join us for our next episode and be sure to share this podcast on social media with your friends and family. 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In this CME episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Vladimir Maletic about the impact of residual symptoms on patients with major depressive disorder, as well as treatment modifications to address residual symptoms in these individuals. Optional CME/CE Credits and Certificate Instructions: After listening to the podcast, to take the optional posttest and receive CME/CE credit, click: https://nei.global/POD23-MDD Learning Objectives: After completing this educational activity, you should be better able to: Describe the burden of residual symptoms in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) Implement measurement-based care to assess residual MDD symptoms Modify treatment strategies to address residual MDD symptoms, including cognitive impairment, anhedonia, emotional blunting, and sexual dysfunction Accreditation: In support of improving patient care, Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. NEI designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. A posttest score of 70% or higher is required to receive CME/CE credit. The content in this activity pertains to pharmacology and is worth 1.0 continuing education hour of pharmacotherapeutics. Credit Types: The following are being offered for this activity: Nurse Practitioner: ANCC contact hours Pharmacy: ACPE application-based contact hours Physician: ACCME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ Physician Associate: AAPA Category 1 CME credits Psychology: APA CE credits Social Work: ASWB-ACE CE credits Non-Physician Member of the Healthcare Team: Certificate of Participation stating the program is designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Peer Review: The content was peer-reviewed by an MD specializing in psychiatry to ensure the scientific accuracy and medical relevance of information presented and its independence from commercial bias. NEI takes responsibility for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of this CME/CE activity. Disclosures: All individuals in a position to influence or control content are required to disclose any relevant financial relationships. Potential conflicts of interest are identified and mitigated prior to the activity being planned, developed, or presented. Interviewer Andrew J. Cutler, MD Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY Chief Medical Officer, Neuroscience Education Institute, Carlsbad, CA Consultant/Advisor: AbbVie, Acadia, Alfasigma, Alkermes, Axsome, Biogen, BioXcel, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cerevel, Corium, Intra-Cellular, Ironshore, Janssen, Jazz, Karuna, Neumora, Neurocrine, Noven, Otsuka, Relmada, Sage Therapeutics, Sunovion, Supernus, Teva, Tris Pharma, VistaGen Therapeutics Speakers Bureau: AbbVie, Acadia, Alkermes, Axsome, BioXcel, Corium, Intra-Cellular, Ironshore, Janssen, Jazz, Lundbeck, Neurocrine, Noven, Otsuka, Sunovion, Supernus, Takeda, Teva, Tris Pharma Interviewee Vladimir Maletic, MD, MS Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, SC Consultant/ Advisor: AbbVie, Acadia, Alfasigma, Alkermes, Biogen/Sage, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cervel, Intra-Cellular, Janssen, Jazz, Lundbeck, Neurelis, Neumora, Noven, Otsuka, Pax Medica, Relmada, Sunovion, Supernus, Takeda Speakers Bureau: AbbVie, Alfasigma, Alkermes, Axsome, Corium, Intracellular, Janssen, Lundbeck, Otsuka, Sunovion, Supernus, Takeda Pre-Interview Author Caroline L. O'Brien, MS Assistant Manager, Grant Development, Neuroscience Education Institute, Carlsbad, CA No financial relationships to disclose. The Planning Committee, Content Editor, and Peer Reviewer have no financial relationships to disclose. Disclosure of Off-Label Use: This educational activity may include discussion of unlabeled and/or investigational uses of agents that are not currently labeled for such use by the FDA. Please consult the product prescribing information for full disclosure of labeled uses. Cultural Linguistic Competencies and Implicit Bias: A variety of resources addressing cultural and linguistic competencies and strategies for understanding and reducing implicit bias can be found in this handout—download me. Support: This activity is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Takeda. Released: November 29, 2023 CME/CE credit expires: November 29, 2026
Chet Lovegren is known by many as “The Sales Doctor.” He works with sales leaders and sales teams worldwide shaping a fresh, modern approach to every part of the sales ecosystem. His approach to engineering systems that fuel performance has made him a go-to resource for sales leaders, leading venture capital teams, and top organizations around the world. Today Chet joins the show to discuss how sales leaders everywhere can create intentional performance without turning to more of the grind. You can connect with Chet on LinkedIn here (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chetlovegren/). You can subscribe to Chet's Newsletter here (https://thesalesdoctor.ck.page/salesrxnewsletter). You can follow Chet's Podcast, the Founder's Formula, here (https://www.linkedin.com/company/foundersformulapodcast/). For video excerpts of this and other episodes of the Sales Leadership Podcast, check out Sales Leadership United on Patreon Here (https://www.patreon.com/SalesLeadershipUnited).
Today's podcast episode is part of the “Voices” series and is brought to you by the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee. Dr. Rachel Mann, a fellow at the Lahey Institute of Urology and chair of the AUA Residents & Fellows Committee, sits down with Dr. Gabriela Gonzalez, a resident physician at the University of California, Davis, member of the AUA's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and author of a recent AUANews article on the importance of resident participation, to talk about why resident participation is so important.
In one of my recent Lean classes, I discuss ways to engage front line workers in working kaizen events. I talk about the differences between working and planning sessions in my last podcast. I discuss options for working ahead, catching up afterwards, having half-day sessions (half kaizen, half working), splitting the event across many shifts, and having the leads and supervisors participate but checking in with the workers frequently. Links Lean Six Sigma Project Coaching Program Need help in your organization? Let's talk! Schedule a free support call Podcast Sponsor: Creative Safety Supply is a great resource for free guides, infographics, and continuous improvement tools. I recommend starting with their 5S guide. It includes breakdowns of the five pillars, ways to begin implementing 5S, and even organization tips and color charts. From red tags to floor marking; it's all there. Download it for free at creativesafetysupply.com/5S BIZ-PI.com LeanSixSigmaDefinition.com Have a question? Submit a voice message at Podcasters.Spotify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leansixsigmabursts/message
Dans ce nouvel épisode de Bouchées Doubles, Armelle reçoit Alan Geaam.Alan Geaam est le premier et unique chef d'origine libanaise étoilé par le Guide Michelin en France. Il est propriétaire de six établissements à Paris, dont un restaurant gastronomique, une épicerie et un comptoir street-food.Dans cet épisode, Alan revient sur son enfance, passée au Libéria jusqu'à l'âge de 5 ans, avant de fuir la guerre civile et de rejoindre le Liban. On comprend vite d'où lui vient sa passion pour la cuisine, ayant grandi auprès d'un père épicier et d'une maman excellente cuisinière.Alan nous parle évidemment de la cuisine libanaise et des "gamelles", comme il le dit, ses plats traditionnels libanais mijotés pendant des heures. Mais il évoque surtout sa double culture qu'il n'assumait pas au début de sa carrière. Et, c'est finalement cette richesse qui lui permet aujourd'hui de se révéler dans sa cuisine et de faire voyager ses convives !Tout au long de cet épisode, Alan partage avec passion ses souvenirs du Liban, sa culture et sa gastronomie. Ses propos nous emmènent tout droit au Liban, de Beyrouth à Tripoli ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Wed, 22 Nov 2023 19:00:00 GMT http://relay.fm/material/439 http://relay.fm/material/439 Andy Ihnatko and Florence Ion Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. clean 3075 Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. Links and Show Notes: Give the Gift of Relay FM Nothing's Failed iMessages Workaround Was Too Good To Be True It's important we not forget the Nothing Chats sh*tshow Next iPhone Will Have RCS Compatibility With Android Phones Apple CEO Tim Cook told Google CEO Sundar Pichai he wanted to be “deep deep partners.” Support Material with a Relay FM Membership
Today on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we talk to LeeAnne Rimel, Senior Director of Admin and Developer Strategic Content at Salesforce. Join us as we chat about the TraiblazerDX 2024 Call for Participation and why you should submit. You should subscribe for the full episode, but here are a few takeaways from our conversation with […] The post Trailblazers at TDX with LeeAnne Rimel appeared first on Salesforce Admins.
Wed, 22 Nov 2023 19:00:00 GMT http://relay.fm/material/439 http://relay.fm/material/439 We Welcome Apple's Participation 439 Andy Ihnatko and Florence Ion Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. clean 3075 Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners. Links and Show Notes: Give the Gift of Relay FM Nothing's Failed iMessages Workaround Was Too Good To Be True It's important we not forget the Nothing Chats sh*tshow Next iPhone Will Have RCS Compatibility With Android Phones Apple CEO Tim Cook told Google CEO Sundar Pichai he wanted to be “deep deep partners.” Support Material with a Relay FM Membership
President Randy Barnes talks about the Member participation in the recent survey, the next steps for the Negotiating Committee, and a message for the Members on the holiday season. Sign up for Text Message updates from your Negotiating Committee here Website: www.twu555.org Youtube: TWU Local 555 Facebook: TwuLocal555 Instagram: @TWULocal555 X/Twitter: @TwuLocal555
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Exodus 12:1-32 10 Words for the 10th Plague: 1. Designation v.1-2 2. Preparation v.3-6 3. Propitiation v.7 4. Participation v.8-11 5. Application v.12-13 6. Commemoration v.14 7. Sanctification v.15, 17-20 8. Convocation v.16 9. Continuation v.24-27 10. Liberation v.28-32 “Earnestly Desire” to Remember Him
Exodus 12:1-32 10 Words for the 10th Plague: 1. Designation v.1-2 2. Preparation v.3-6 3. Propitiation v.7 4. Participation v.8-11 5. Application v.12-13 6. Commemoration v.14 7. Sanctification v.15, 17-20 8. Convocation v.16 9. Continuation v.24-27 10. Liberation v.28-32 “Earnestly Desire” to Remember Him
Jared reports on tensions between the RNC and the Commission on Presidential Debates, as next year's debate events have been scheduled, but will people participate? Participation is discretionery to candidates, not subject to RNC mandates. With Trump's dominance in the polls despite not appearing in debates, critics wonder if the events are even necessary any more for candidates to get their messages to voters.
#120What does participation look like in your classroom? How can you make sure that all students are actively engaged and not just a few that have demeanors that lend themselves to speaking up regularly? In this episode I speak with Timothy Chávez, a Spanish teacher in Massachusetts, who shares his suggestions and techniques for getting all students involved and participating in class. We recorded this episode live in the Exhibits Hall at the MaFLA conference in October. We had lots of spectators stop by to see how it all works and what it looks like to record an episode. I kept the background sound of the exhibit hall excitement in so that you can feel the energy that we did. Topics in this Episode:the benefits of Prsida Himmele & William Himmele's Total Participation Techniques in the world language classroomhow these techniques enhance language learning and student engagementhow Total Participation Techniques promote a comfortable and inclusive learning environmentSpecific Total Participation Techniques that Timothy has found most effectiveTotal Participation Techniques used for assessmenthow Total Participation Techniques can be adapted to ensure that all students are actively participating and feeling confident in their communication skillsConnect with Timothy Chávez:Instagram: @communicativeteacher418__________________________Interested in having Joshua work directly with your department, school or district? Look at options for collaborating in person or remotely.______________________________Sign up for Talking Points to get tips, tools and resources for your language teaching.______________________________Join Joshua as a guest on the podcast.______________________________Join Joshua for a Leveling Up Coaching Episode on the podcast.
Dans cet épisode #206 je reçois un Ultra Trailer annéciens, Responsable du team athlète International chez Salomon. Il est également Coach individuel et en entreprise, consultant et sportif de haut niveau et est Issu d'une formation : "Master en management et marketing du sport ", Vincent est doté d'une grande expérience dans le milieu sportif : marketing, organisation d'événements, création d'entreprise, et a d'ailleurs collaboré avec des acteurs majeurs bien éloignés du monde du trail tels que Reebok, La fédération Française de tennis ou encore l'Insep. Nous allons parler dans cet épisode, de son histoire de vie, de son passé et de ses expériences en raid aventure et de son arrivée dans le milieu du trail Running. Il nous partagera son expérience d'ultra traileur de haut niveau dont les premiers résultats remontent à 2010 : Il a étoffé son palmarès tout au long de ses dernières années avec notamment une 2ème place sur la Maxi Race en 2014 et 2016 et 2019, victoire sur l'ultra trail cap town en 2017 ou encore plus récemment une victoire sur l'Endurance Trail des templiers 2021 qui lui a permis d'obtenir son ticket pour la western state 2022 , sa course rêvée et dont il nous parlera en détail. Nous allons également échanger en longueur concernant son nouveau poste de Team Manager International Salomon et de ce qu'il souhaite mettre en place pour imprimer sa patte tout en gardant l'ADN du Team. Liens utiles : Ultra DAD, le film Site internet de Vincent NB : Aucune rétribution n'est accordée aux podcasteurs de la part des plateforme de diffusion Aucune publicité n'est diffusée sur le LTP Le seul moyen de faire en sorte que tout le travail réalisé puisse être rétribué et que le podcast puisse perdurer est d'apporter votre soutien financier via la plateforme PATREON : Pour soutenir le projet et intégrer la communauté des Patrailons c'est par là : https://www.patreon.com/lets_trail_le_podcast -> Accès aux épisodes en avant première (le mercredi de la semaine de sortie) -> Accès à un épisode mensuel réservé aux soutiens participatifs -> Participation aux visios mensuels -> Accès aux vidéos de mes courses et entrainements Selon le niveau d'engagement : -> Possibilité de participer à des des épisodes en tant que co-animateur Pour rejoindre la communauté LTP Les principaux liens c'est par ici : https://linktr.ee/lets_trail_le_podcast Instagram : @lets_trail_le_podcast Facebook : lets trail N'hésitez pas : abonnez-vous sur les principales plateformes d'écoute (Deezer, spotify, podcast addict ...) pour être informés lors de la sortie des épisodes et notez avec 5 étoiles si vous utilisez APPLE PODCAST lorsque vous appréciez le contenu proposé. Ce petit geste permet d'augmenter la visibilité du podcast. Je suis également attentif à tous vos commentaires et retours que vous pourriez faire ici : email@example.com
Rushion interviews Mr. Fykes, who has worked with The National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care at Tuskegee University as a Project Director leading the research titled "Clinical Trial Participation among African Americans and the ethics of Trust." it was this experience that began in 2014 that led me to found one of the United States only minority-owned clinical trial Site Management Organizations. We aim to provide healthcare for the minority community that can be potentially life-changing and saving.Support the show: https://www.steveharveyfm.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rushion interviews Mr. Fykes, who has worked with The National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care at Tuskegee University as a Project Director leading the research titled "Clinical Trial Participation among African Americans and the ethics of Trust." it was this experience that began in 2014 that led me to found one of the United States only minority-owned clinical trial Site Management Organizations. We aim to provide healthcare for the minority community that can be potentially life-changing and saving.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is Deborah Solmor In this episode, her guest is Tony Guida – Partner at Duane Morris Today we look at the Department of Education's most recent suite of regulations impacting institutions' participation in the Title IV program, specifically with respect to certification, financial responsibility and administrative capability. Links to Additional Resources: · Fact Sheet: Protecting Students Through Final Regulations That Strengthen Department of Education Oversight and Monitoring of Colleges and Universities · Biden-Harris Administration Releases Final Rules that Strengthen Accountability for Colleges and Consumer Protection for Students · Copy of Final Regulations related to Financial Responsibility, Administrative Capability, Certification Procedures, Ability to Benefit (ATB) Listen in to #EdUpLegal. Making LegalEASY Listen in each week to get the buzz on the trending higher education legal, regulatory, and compliance questions without the legalese. Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make Education YOUR business
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights. CREATIVE DISTILLATION Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director firstname.lastname@example.org Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director email@example.com Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business 303.492.9018 | firstname.lastname@example.org -- EPISODE 55: Ethan Poskanzer (Colorado) and the Consequences of Workplace Protest Participation Previously on Creative Distillation: it was the Great Pumpkin Beer Episode, recorded on location in Jeff's gaming dungeon. He and Brad were joined by CU Assistant Professor for Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Operations, Ethan Poskanzer, conducting field research in the form of a ranked tasting of several pumpkin beers. This time, we're still in Jeff's gaming dungeon, discussing Ethan's recent paper, "The Career Consequences of Workplace Protest Participation: Theory and Evidence from the NFL 'Take a Knee' Movement". Ethan breaks down the research on employee activism, how it can influence an individual's organizational and labor market mobility outcomes. They investigate this premise with the 2016 National Football League “take a knee” protests as a strategic research setting. Enjoy and cheers! We hope you enjoyed this episode of Creative Distillation, recorded on location in Jeff's gaming dungeon in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. Read Ethan's paper, "The Career Consequences of Workplace Protest Participation: Theory and Evidence from the NFL 'Take a Knee' Movement", co-written with Alexandra Reinhart and Forrest Briscoe and published in Organization Science: https://pubsonline.informs.org/doi/abs/10.1287/orsc.21.15740 Learn more about Ethan Poskanzer on his faculty page at the Leeds School of Business: https://www.colorado.edu/business/leeds-directory/faculty/ethan-poskanzer -- Learn more about CU's Deming Center for Entrepreneurship: https://deming.colorado.edu Comments/criticism/suggestions/feedback? We'd love to hear it. Drop us a note at CDpodcast@colorado.edu. Thanks for listening. - An Analog Digital Arts Production for the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship Produced, recorded and edited by Joel Davis "Whiskey Before Breakfast" [Traditional] performed by Jeffrey York and Brad Werner. Recorded, mixed and mastered by George Figgs
#BrainComputerInterface #Neuroscience #StrokeRehabilitation #MentalHealthInnovation #gtec #Neurofeedback #DrChristophGuger #JayGunkelman #DrMariSwingle #EEG #Neurotherapy #BrainHealth #NeuroscienceResearch #Biofeedback #MentalWellness #NeurofeedbackTraining #BrainScience #NeurotechInnovation #DigitalHealth #CognitiveScience #NeurologicalRehabilitation #BrainwaveAnalysis Join us in a riveting episode of the NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback Network, featuring Dr. Christoph Guger, co-founder of g.tec medical engineering GmbH. Discover the pioneering world of brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and their transformative impact on neuroscience and neurorehabilitation.
Give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap. For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you. Luke 6:38 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Empires rise and fall over a very long period of Time. And emotions, passions and pleasures come and go very quickly. Anything worthwhile takes a very long time to build, and it is Discipline that allows you see a long term project or goal to its completion. So what are you going to prioritize? Participation in short term thrusts into emotionally charged performance theatre? Or the discipline it takes to build a way to the Hereafter? Now is this the time to choose. Join Brother Adam X and Brother Amin Muhammad as they discuss the reality of building the Kingdom of Heaven, and reckon with length of time it takes to build an entirely new world.ASCENSION: The Lift of God Websitehttps://ascension.captivate.fm/Please Support!cashapp: $ogmfgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ascensionxpodcast/
Dans cet épisode qui sort, une fois n'est pas coutume en semaine et afin de répondre à l'actualité, je reçois Patrick Christinat, un suisse Neuchâtelois spécialisé dans le domaine du marketing et de l'évènementiel sportif. Il est également, et c'est ce qui nous intéresse dans cet épisode, le fondateur du "Swiss Canyon Trail". Cet évènement international créé en 1994 et dont la première édition a eu lieu en 1996 est donc l'un des plus anciens évènements trail existants. Nous allons évoquer en majorité dans cet épisode et compte tendu de l'actualité, l'intégration du Swiss Canyon trail au sein du nouveau circuit international : World Trail Majors dont Patrick est l'un des membres fondateurs. En effet, ce 13 novembre 2023, la création d'un nouveau circuit international constitué de 9 événements internationaux a été annoncée. Dans cet épisode nous échangerons sur l'histoire et l'ADN et les fondements du WTM, les objectifs et la philosophie de ce nouveau circuit et essaieront de répondre également aux interrogations que la communauté du trail se pose concernant la création d'un nouveau circuit. Bonne écoute !!! NB : Aucune rétribution n'est accordée aux podcasteurs de la part des plateforme de diffusion Aucune publicité n'est diffusée sur le LTP Le seul moyen de faire en sorte que tout le travail réalisé puisse être rétribué et que le podcast puisse perdurer est d'apporter votre soutien financier via la plateforme PATREON : Pour soutenir le projet et intégrer la communauté des Patrailons c'est par là : https://www.patreon.com/lets_trail_le_podcast -> Accès aux épisodes en avant première (le mercredi de la semaine de sortie) -> Accès à un épisode mensuel réservé aux soutiens participatifs -> Participation aux visios mensuels -> Accès aux vidéos de mes courses et entrainements Selon le niveau d'engagement : -> Possibilité de participer à des des épisodes en tant que co-animateur Pour rejoindre la communauté LTP Les principaux liens c'est par ici : https://linktr.ee/lets_trail_le_podcast Instagram : @lets_trail_le_podcast Facebook : lets trail N'hésitez pas : abonnez-vous sur les principales plateformes d'écoute (Deezer, spotify, podcast addict ...) pour être informés lors de la sortie des épisodes et notez avec 5 étoiles si vous utilisez APPLE PODCAST lorsque vous appréciez le contenu proposé. Ce petit geste permet d'augmenter la visibilité du podcast. Je suis également attentif à tous vos commentaires et retours que vous pourriez faire ici : email@example.com
In this episode we hear from music educator Kristopher Morron, director of the Contemporary Youth Orchestra (CYO). CYO is a premiere youth orchestra in residence at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland that draws young musicians from throughout Northeast Ohio. Kris shares his approach to teaching middle and high school aged musicians and his advice for how families can support their children in music ensemble participation. Contemporary Youth Orchestra Cleveland Junior Honors Band Dr. Lisa Huisman Koops's book, Parenting Musically
Summary Vicky Vergara delivers the keynote address at FOSS4GNA 2023, highlighting the collaborative and inclusive nature of OSGeo (Open Source Geospatial Foundation). She emphasizes the role of individuals as OSGeo members and showcases various ways to participate, including project involvement, committee contributions, and community engagement. Highlights
This week on Unleash, you'll hear from artist, author and internet sensation, Alexis Devine, who shares her journey of teaching her dog, Bunny, to communicate via the use of talking buttons. The unique approach to pet communication garnered Alexis viral fame on TikTok, with her page 'whataboutbunny'. We delve into Alexis' book, 'I Am Bunny', that details her experiences and revelations about herself and her creativity through teaching Bunny. The conversation also touches on the interesting overlap of creativity and science, Alexis' autism diagnosis, navigating life's unexpected turns, and cultivating patience during the creative process. Timestamps/Chapters: 00:04 Introduction and Guest Introduction 02:38 Interview begins 03:02 Alexis's Artistic Journey/Life before Bunny 06:02 Impact of the Pandemic and Bunny's Arrival 06:16 Teaching Bunny to Communicate 07:58 Alexis's Unexpected Internet Fame 08:21 Reflections on Alexis's Artistic Career 09:46 Transitioning to a New Creative Path 19:24 The Role of Empathy in Communication 22:37 Advice for Teaching Dogs to Communicate. 26:37 The Journey to Writing a Book 27:26 The Process of Writing and Overcoming Challenge 29:01 Releasing the Book and Dealing with Vulnerability 30:12 Sharing Personal Trauma in the Book 31:47 Balancing Light and Deep Moments in the Book 39:34 The Intersection of Art and Science 41:19 Participation in a Canine Cognition Study 42:30 Discovering Autism diagnosis Through Bunny & repairing childhood hurts 46:07 Reflecting on the Journey with Bunny 47:37 Closing Remarks and Gratitude
There was good news and bad news for New Zealand Rugby today. Numbers reveal that while female participation is up across players, coaches and referees, junior male numbers continue to drop. Sports reporter Jonty Dine joins Lisa Owen in studio [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6341082890112
The episode, titled "Rock ‘N' Roll High School (Part 1)," features special guest Dr. Jackie Paquette from the NWCA, who will discuss recent trends in high school wrestling participation. The episode will explore the growth in the number of high school wrestlers, with particular attention to the increases in both boys and girls participation.Key insights from the episode include an examination of the relationship between high school wrestling numbers and various factors, such as state population and the number of NCAA & NAIA wrestling teams. The episode will also address the distinction between boys wrestling as a mature industry and girls wrestling as a growth industry, reflecting the historical and emerging trends in the sport. Listeners can expect detailed statistical analysis and correlations, exploring how these trends have evolved over the years and what they might indicate for the future of wrestling at the high school level. The episode sets the stage for a comprehensive exploration of high school wrestling's current state, its growth, and its impact on the broader wrestling community. Full Slideshow: https://www.mattalkonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/matstats26.pdf About Mat StatsWelcome to the NWCA's latest venture to help our favorite sport. Glenn Gormley, Jason Bryant and Kevin Hazard outline their effort to bring statistical analysis to wrestling. Mat Stats is the NWCA's attempt to bring wrestling up to speed with so many other sports by incorporating stats. It is the same sport, the wrestlers are just older and better. Mat Stats by the NWCA is a monthly podcast by the National Wrestling Coaches AssociationApple Podcasts | Spotify | iHeartRadio | Podcast Addict | Castbox | RSS
On this inaugural episode of the Sanity Podcast and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) collaboration series, host Dr. Jason Duncan interviews his two guests, outgoing and incoming presidents of ABCT, Dr. Jill Ehrenreich-May and Dr. Sandra Pimentel respectively, on their share their experiences and insights in ABCT governance over the last year. They delve into the organization's recent and future initiatives, such as diversity and inclusivity efforts, student empowerment, accountability measures, and more. The discussion further explores upcoming events and novel offerings at the annual ABCT convention, including a new styled presidential address, panels, keynote speakers, wellness activities, and unique presentations. This episode provides a thorough look into the functioning of ABCT and as it aims to foster engagement with its growing community. 01:11 Introduction and Welcome 01:32 The Birth of the Sanity Podcast and ABCT Collaboration 02:24 Introducing the Guests: Dr. Jill Ehrenreich-May and Dr. Sandra Pimentel 04:30 The Importance of ABCT and Its Mission 05:47 Upcoming Episodes and Topics 06:12 The State of ABCT: Past Initiatives and Accomplishments 12:58 Looking Forward: Future Initiatives and Goals 21:15 The Role of ABCT in the Community and the Importance of Inclusion 37:58 The Excitement for the Upcoming ABCT Convention 41:08 Final Thoughts and Encouragement for Participation -- mbpractice.com/sanity
Worship leaders often struggle with what to say and pray from the platform. In fact, "confident stage leadership" is one of the biggest challenges we hear from worship leaders all over the globe, regardless of their experience level. If you want to learn how to be a clearer, more confident, and intentional leader when on stage, this episode is for you. In this episode, Jason Squires interviews me about what we should say, when we should speak, and how to lead with pastoral confidence and clarity while standing on the platform. If you want more help in this area, check out our "Increasing Congregational Engagement and Participation" course inside the WMT Academy. Get 15 days of Worship Ministry Academy for $1: Get organized and equipped with our 10 in-depth courses, live monthly training, weekly Q&A sessions, pre-built ministry systems and team documents, team discipleship material, personalized help, and a supportive community! Visit Worship Ministry Academy and start your $1 trial today! RESOURCES MENTIONED:
The Break Room (MONDAY 11/13/23) 8am Hour Includes: 1) There are local folks nominated for the biggest award in their field but... IS TOMMY IMPRESSED?? 2) No one gets paid enough to deal with a man threatening you with this type of weapon. 3) Even though this person did the right thing by returning a package that wasn't meant for them, Tommy says "finders keepers"
SINCE THERE IS... YOU WILL... Encouragement in Christ Be like-minded Comfort from love Have the same love Participation in the Spirit Be one in the Spirit Affection & Sympathy Have one mind/purpose Humility characterizes the Christian lifeBecause of the realities we live in as Christians, we can model our character after Christ's.MY REALITY IN ADAM: SINCE THERE IS... I WILL... Anger Be irritable & defensive MY REALITY IN CHRIST: SINCE THERE IS... I WILL...
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Episode description: Corey talks with Heather Costigan and Cindy Bramble from Project Talk about their research and the power of a game to change the conversation.Guest Links:Published Research:Low Skepticism and Positive Attitudes About Advance Care Planning Among African Americans: a National, Mixed Methods Cohort StudyAssociation of Participation in an End-of-Life Conversation Game With Advance Care Planning Behavior and Perspectives Among African American IndividualsSuccess of a Community-Based Delivery at Recruiting Individuals from Underserved Communities for an Observational Cohort Study of an Advance Care Planning InterventionLinks:Project TalkBecome a Project Talk Host!Hello GameConversation ProjectConversation Project VideoHospice Foundation of AmericaPrincipal Investigator Dr. Lauren Van ScoyIRB- Institutional Review Boards FAQRO1 National Institute of Health Research Grant Information Guest Bios:Cindy Bramble is the Director of Special Projects for Hospice Foundation of America where she manages their major grant projects, including the current NIH collaborative research study with Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Project Talk Trial. She serves as the community outreach project manager and a research assist for Project Talk, overseeingSupport the showSupport the show with a Buzzsprout subscription!It's almost Giving Tuesday! You can support Healwell and the cool things we make by donating here!Other ways to help and join in: Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Let us know what you think! Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Check Healwell's live and online classes Continue the conversation with a two-week free trial of the Healwell Community Merch! Find your Healwell fashion here Thank you to ABMP for sponsoring Interdisciplinary! Thank you to AIHM! Learn more about the AIHM Fellowship by emailing email@example.com
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off the show, the guys discuss the news of draft-eligible juniors being able to play in the Senior Bowl and a few other college all-star games if they declare for the draft now (2:38). Next, the pair break down rookie impact scores from the NFL Research team, as they look at who the most impact impactful rookies were in Week 9 (7:10). Next, the duo give their takes on their game of the week, the Browns at Ravens (13:57). To wrap up the show, we go to Bucky's coach's corner, as Bucky hits on his term of the week, command, as he shares stories from his past and career that represent the term (20:33). Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network. NOTE: timecodes approximateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Abhay is joined by fashion designer Rahul Mishra for a conversation about slow fashion, the power of participation, and mindful luxury. They talked about everything from patience to sustainability to his persona as a leader and a parent, to the rhythms of nature to his latest fashion theme of "We The People". (0:00 - 3:02) Introduction(3:02) Part 1 - group dreaming, curiosity and parenting, problem-solving as a designer(15:53) Part 2 - Indian fashion at Paris couture show, blending art and science, leadership, mindful luxury(32:40) Part 3 - profit and participation and people, technology, cultivating trust, generational fashion(46:53) Conclusion
On Today's Show:Andrew Seligsohn, president of Public Agenda, talks about his group's project to ensure participation in voting and restore trust in democracy ahead of the 2024 elections.
La "grande marche civique" contre l'antisémitisme à l'appel de Yaël Braun-Pivet et de Gérard Larcher tourne à la querelle politique. La participation du Rassemblement national déclenche des réactions en cascade à gauche et du côté de la majorité. Les Insoumis ont annoncé qu'ils ne participeraient pas au rassemblement et font figure d'exception dans le paysage politique.
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