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Opinionated Facts
Special Edition of Around the 717 Patricia Meisr Interview

Opinionated Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 35:00


In this episode of Around the 717 we sit down with Patricia Meiser who is being inducted into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 12th, 2022. Patricia is from the 717 by way of Lancaster City. She graduated from J.P. McCaskey High School and attended West Chester University to play Tennis. After College she worked her up to become the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Penn State University. After coaching at PSU she then moved on to athletic administration at UCONN where she was on the board that hired Gino Auriemma. She then accepted the Athletic Director position at the University of Hartford. She was way ahead of her time and we really enjoyed sitting down with her and we know you will enjoy this interview. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-way/support

Poetry Unbound
Gabeba Baderoon – The pen

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 12:39 Very Popular


After her father's death, a poet considers her relationship with loss. Gabeba Baderoon is an Associate Professor of Women's Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and African Studies at Penn State University and is the co-founder of the African Feminist Initiative at the university. She is the author of several collections of poetry, including The Dream in the Next Body (Kwela Books 2005), A hundred silences (Kwela Books 2006), and most recently, The History of Intimacy (Kwela Books 2018). Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.We're pleased to offer Gabeba Baderoon's poem, and invite you to connect with Poetry Unbound throughout this season.Pre-order the forthcoming book Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World and join us in our new conversational space on Substack.

The Academic Minute
Daniel George, Penn State College of Medicine – The Power of Music: Effects of a Personalized Music Intervention for Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 2:30


Helping those in eldercare environments have good quality of life is important. Daniel George, associate professor in the department of humanities and public health sciences at the Penn State College of Medicine, explores one way to do so. Daniel R. George, Ph.D, M.Sc is Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities and Public Health Sciences […]

Building HVAC Science - Building Performance, Science, Health & Comfort
EP95 Did the COVID pandemic teach us anything new about IAQ With Bill Bahnfleth (Sept 2022)

Building HVAC Science - Building Performance, Science, Health & Comfort

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 36:03 Very Popular


“Making building IAQ better is a long-term process.”   “We had all the answers before the COVID-19 pandemic, we just didn't implement them.”   Bill Bahnfleth has a long and distinguished career as a professor of architectural engineering at Penn State University, a consulting and for the US Army Corps of Engineers.   In early 2020, ASHRAE tapped him to become the chair of a rare emergency task force to address managing IAQ in buildings considering the COVID-19 pandemic.   We will hear from Bill as he discusses how one puts together and manages a 120-person task force in such a short period of time.   Bill also discusses several of the myths that needed to be busted along the way.   He also shares with us his passion for music and the parallels his mastery of music has with his mastery of engineering: the fundamentals applied creatively, the art and the craft.   Some of the resources mentioned include: ASHRAE Guides for COVID-19: https://ashrae.org/technical-resources/resources   The ASHRAE design guides: https://www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/bookstore/ashrae-design-guides   ASHRAE 62.1 https://www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/bookstore/standards-62-1-62-2 EPA Guides to IAQ:https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/publications-about-indoor-air-quality This episode was recorded in September 2022.

Sportlanders, The Podcast
The O'Leary Review - Ep 9 - The Penn State Case w/ John Ziegler

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 139:10


Over the last week and a half, we've been fielding a lot of questions about a segment of our podcast that takes on the dominant narrative surrounding the “Penn State Case.” I am not interested in in appearances, as I often say. I am concerned with the truth. The Sandusky case is not something I had any desire in learning about, but once I scratched the surface, it began a deep-dive into the facts and the narrative surrounding the case. I've written about it in the past…taking a position as I have—which unfortunately appears to be the only reasonable position—is an easy way to get one shunned from polite society. So here is my challenge: just listen to the show. You may not want to. You may think it will creep you out…it very well could. But this is an important story and it goes much deeper than a man's guilt or innocence. It exposes the cultural rot that exists within this society…and its cause is probably the opposite of what most people have been told. We have a corporate media structure that exists in today's culture comprised—almost entirely—of truly unimpressive people. These people jump to rash conclusions either out of sheer ignorance or wonton political—read: leftist—motivations. I don't know how we fight back against it, but I believe that being aware of the problem is a good place to start. Part of my initial strategy for building awareness—even in the last show notes page—was to send you back to Episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast, which I called “the most important podcast” we'd done up until that point…and start from there. Human nature is such that people would rather insult me than go through the effort of hunting down an old podcast—a task which was not difficult, as I gave the link right in the show notes. Thus, after a rash of BS heading my way, my tactics changed. What we did is compile our material on the case into one single show, edited for clarity and relevance. We encourage you to start here. Today. This “2-in-1 podcast” is designed to help you get the basics of what is going on with this case and to ultimately go and listen to John Ziegler's epic podcast series With the Benefit of Hindsight. Meanwhile, we are praying that all our friends in Florida, the Carolinas, and the rest of the eastern seaboard are safe after the hurricane. In fact, we had to reschedule a podcast because of the hurricane earlier this week.   So, for today, my team cobbled together a “starter kit podcast” for the Penn State–Paterno–Sandusky case as it stands right now. The foremost expert on the case is John Ziegler, who we've had on the show twice so far—once in February and once again in September. You can find those shows in our archives, if you need to, but the whole shootin' match is right here for you.   Go to BrianDOLeary.com for all of those resources and to sign up for our daily newsletter and to be notified whenever new podcasts are launched. Today's episode consists of the two interviews, slightly edited for time and clarity … yet this program you are about to listen to still runs at over two hours. The first part of the program you will hear in a moment was from Episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast. The second part was a conversation from within Episode 8 of The O'Leary Review Podcast. Part one is probably what I call a “survey” of the case. John came on the podcast with me in February when I was still very wet behind the ears on the subject and after I had recently finished his podcast series, which is the best resource for the case. You'll hear us mention it several times throughout this show. Go over to John's podcast with Liz Habib—With the Benefit of Hindsight—and there you'll get the whole story. But there is also several days-worth of content to get through. Here, you can get the basic picture in one or two sittings by listening to this show. Part two is from the third part of a long form podcast we did in September that also touched on LIV/PGA golf and the state of college football. The segment we include here is a bit of an update on the Penn State case from where we left it in February, but also incorporates more examples of the corporate media's malfeasance, especially as it relates to the realm of sports.   John Ziegler is a documentary filmmaker, author, Emmy-winning commentator, podcaster, former radio talk show host and television sportscaster John's podcast, which he hosts with Liz Habib, called With the Benefit of Hindsight is over 60 hours of detailed reporting on the case. In this podcast series, “The truth about what happened at Penn State has been locked in a vault for ten years — you've just been given the key.” You can find everything relating to the podcast at FramingPaterno.com Other than his tireless reporting on the truth in the Penn State debacle, which includes a 2012 documentary called The Framing of Joe Paterno, Ziegler is most well- known for his second feature documentary film called Media Malpractice which covered the 2008 presidential election. Ziegler is an alumnus of Georgetown University and grew up in Pennsylvania, though with no direct ties to Penn State University.   The Penn State Case   John's YouTube channel   Clip of the questionable McQueary TD pass in 1995.   Zig's offer to Sara Ganim   Immaculate Reception (Franco Harris) Franco Harris Twitter @francoharrishof   We come at the second part of this discussion from the perspective that Jerry Sandusky is innocent and therefore Joe Paterno's reputation has been dragged through the mud unfairly. The conversation then builds on that notion. John Ziegler's reporting on this case leads to no other conclusion other than Sandusky's innocence and that Paterno was certainly framed and became a fall guy for the ineptitude of the corporate media and the vendetta academia has against sports—college football in particular. If this claim disturbs you at all, one needs to first do some basic research on the facts of the case. Start by listening to this podcast from the beginning! The Penn State Case has proven to be a perfect storm, not a hoax or a conspiracy or a cover-up…the cover-up comes elsewhere with the media and the prosecution. Conspiracy: “a secret plan or agreement between persons for an unlawful or harmful purpose, especially with political motivation, while keeping their agreement secret from the public or from other people affected by it.” Conspiracy Theory: “an explanation for an event or situation that involves a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation.” The covid era was not a conspiracy, either. Much like this case it was the dumb leading the stupid to insane conclusions.   “I want to make something clear. I am not raising doubt about what happened. I know what really did and did not happen. What we were told did not happen. It did not. Period! Did not happen! Jerry Sandusky is completely innocent—as insane I myself would have thought that was insane. If you told me that in 2012, I would have thought that was insane. In fact, when people did tell me that in 2012, I thought they were nuts.” —John Ziegler   If you have the time—and you do—listen to the entirety of With the Benefit of Hindsight.   “This whole saga is the worst example in modern history of a complete fraud that was—to this day still—accepted as gospel truth by every single element of the news media and not one of those news media members. Not one of them can tell you even the basic facts of the case… And it doesn't even bother them! It doesn't even bother them that they can't tell you any facts of the case. Because they know the truth because everybody in their bubble said the same thing and even though we know they've been wrong so many times.” —JZ   Reference the Duke–BYU volleyball controversy and then the BYU–University of Oregon football episode. Ziegler was on with Dan Abrams on NewsNation the other night talking about it all.   The Jay Paterno diagram of how the showers in the Lasch Football Building at Penn State were designed. After this case broke, there exist no known photos of the showers and the entire building was renovated in 2012-2013.    Did the prosecution team tell Mike McQueary to “clam up?”   The Ziegler appearance mentioned with Piers Morgan in 2013.   John Ziegler – Twitter   The Sandusky Case Flow Chart   The horrible HBO movie Paterno. Not recommended whatsoever.   How do Hall of Fame coach Dick Vermeil and longtime NFL and college head coach Herm Edwards tie into this case? Can't say for sure, because nobody will talk on the record. Interestingly, Vermeil wrote the foreword to Jerry Sandusky's book, Touched. Herman Edwards, a former player for Vermeil, according to a conversation Vermeil had with Ziegler, told his former coach, “There's a guy in California who's going to break the case wide open…” Probably this guy… Penn Law Fumble — PennLawFumble.info on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine     We talk about the “Ohio State wrestling scandal” involving Ohio congressman Jim Jordan. I don't know of any decent reporting on this after a cursory glance of the search engine results. If anyone has a decent breakdown … of the truth … please leave it in the comments section.   For more… BrianDOLeary.com            

PlanetGeo
The Doomsday Glacier - Professor Richard Alley Part 2

PlanetGeo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 62:20 Very Popular


This is a link to the video of the Quick Clay Slide at Dissa video Dr. Alley references. This shows what can also happen to a glacier when it loses it's toe-hold as described in this episode.Dr. Richard Alley is a renowned glaciologist and paleoclimate scientist.  He is also widely regarded as one of the best professors at Penn State University.  Below is a list of his impressive credentials:National Academy of SciencesForeign Member of the Royal SocietyEvan Pugh University ProfessorshipPenn State's top teaching awardPresidential Young Investigator AwardEarth - the Operator's Manual - Briefed senators, international legislators, and a sitting US Vice PresidentPublished an unbelievable >310 papers/books/etcJoin us as we discuss climate change, glaciers, and sea level.  Much of his current research is on a Western Antarctic glacier called Thwaites Glacier.  It's been dubbed the doomsday glacier because of its likely impact on sea level.  Alley is a gifted speaker and uses  incredible analogies to paint a vivid picture. Another big part of the discussion is how Carbon is the thermostat control knob for our atmosphere.  We hope you enjoy the discussion.  We did!——————————————————Instagram: @planetgeocastTwitter: @planetgeocastFacebook: @planetgeocastEmail: planetgeocast@gmail.comWebsite: https://planetgeocast.com/

Fresh Cut Grass
Season 2 Episode 33: Summer Patch, A Conversation with Dr. Peter Landschoot, Penn State

Fresh Cut Grass

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:31


Tanner and Jeff talk with Dr. Pete Landschoot about Summer Patch, a common fungal disease of bluegrasses. Identification, prevention, and management are discussed.Jeff Fowler, Penn State Extension (host) Tanner DelValle, Penn State Extension (host)Dr. Peter Landschoot, Penn State University (speaker)Photo:   Dr. Peter Landschoot, Penn State University

Bold Dominion
71 - How is Virginia leading the push for broadband expansion?

Bold Dominion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 33:32


Episode Notes You're listening to this show thanks to high speed internet. And as awesome as this podcast may be, there's a whole lot more that makes high speed internet indispensable for modern life. During the pandemic, school, work, health, and social life all moved online. Access to the internet was, and still is, a must. That made life awfully challenging for families where high-speed internet was not available. Some good news on this podcast, for once! The 2021 Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act allotted $65 billion dollars to expand internet access across the country. That's through a program called Broadband Equity Access and Deployment, or BEAD. In this nationwide push, Virginia has emerged as a leader. Our commonwealth was prioritizing broadband access way before BEAD. As governor, Ralph Northam set a goal to get all Virginia communities online by 2024, and that has been continued by Glenn Youngkin. As other states receive BEAD funding, experts are advising to follow Virginia's footsteps. To help us understand what Virginia's doing right, we talk with Christopher Ali, Professor of Telecommunications at Penn State University, and Dr. Tamarah Holmes, Director of Broadband at the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development. Find out more on our prior episode on broadband expansion.

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine
Professor Arthur Matthews: Leadership

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:28


Professor Arthur Matthews is chief operating officer of Matthews & Matthews Consulting, a boutique firm specializing in customized and divergent aspects of human resources, labor, and the workforce. His clients primarily are corporations, government agencies, unions, and 501(C)(3) organizations that include Johns Hopkins University, Con Edison, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and New York City Health and Hospitals. Additionally, he is a Teaching Professor of Labor and Employment Relations at Penn State University and a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Arkansas. He began his teaching career in 1987 first at the Medgar Evers College/City University of New York and the Van Arsdale School of Labor Studies. Since 1989 he also has served on the faculty at NYU and Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. His law degree with a Concentration in Human Rights, Civil Rights, and Public Policy is from Howard University.  In this interview, he discusses the following: principles of leadership, going from a leader to becoming an ambassador, interchangeable skills for different situations, dealing with conflict, adding leadership training to the curricula at health professions schools, and the notion of shared leadership.

The Takeaway
Why Are People "Quiet Quitting" Their Jobs?

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 19:38


"Quiet quitting" is the latest workplace trend sparking conversation in social and mainstream media. The idea went viral after TikTok user Zaid Khan, a 24-year-old engineer in New York City, talked about not actually outright quitting a job, but "quitting" the idea that you have to go above and beyond the job description.  It also spawned a spinoff, "quiet firing," which refers to employers who don't offer raises or promotions, or use other tactics to passive-aggressively push employees out of a job. We speak with Sarah Damaske, Professor of Sociology and Labor & Employment Relations at Penn State University, about "quiet quitting," "quiet firing," and what these viral ideas say about the current state of labor and work. 

The CEO Sessions
Why Leaders Should Prioritize Impact Over Hours - Crunchbase, Chief People Officer, Kelly Schieb

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:14


Start focusing on the impact you and your team make, not just the amount of hours you work. Leaders oftentimes lose sight of where to focus their attention to take their organization and career to the next level. Take the time to ask yourself what you can do to push boundaries and do bigger things! I host Kelly Scheib, Chief People Officer of Crunchbase, where she shares her strategy for making a difference in her personal life and career plus a great tool to get more done. She's also served as a senior leader at Proterra, Tindall Corporation, and Hubbell Lighting. Crunchbase is the leading provider of private-company prospecting and research solutions. 75 million users—including salespeople, entrepreneurs, investors, and market researchers—use Crunchbase to prospect for new business opportunities. Kelly received her undergraduate and masters degrees from Penn State University, a Mother of 5, and Foster Care Advocate. LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-scheib-sphr-shrm-scp-rcc-48a66721/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-scheib-sphr-shrm-scp-rcc-48a66721/) Company Link: https://www.crunchbase.com/ (https://www.crunchbase.com/) What You'll Discover in this Episode: Work-life balance advice for every leader. A simple exercise that helps you organize life and work. The productivity technique that fuels her success. How becoming a foster parent impacts her leadership. What every leader should understand about executive coaching. What it means for leaders when employees have “optionality”. Advice for leaders around the shifting balance of power between employer and employee. The missing leadership conversation … “hours worked” versus “value added”. ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)

The Takeaway
Why Are People "Quiet Quitting" Their Jobs?

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 19:38


"Quiet quitting" is the latest workplace trend sparking conversation in social and mainstream media. The idea went viral after TikTok user Zaid Khan, a 24-year-old engineer in New York City, talked about not actually outright quitting a job, but "quitting" the idea that you have to go above and beyond the job description.  It also spawned a spinoff, "quiet firing," which refers to employers who don't offer raises or promotions, or use other tactics to passive-aggressively push employees out of a job. We speak with Sarah Damaske, Professor of Sociology and Labor & Employment Relations at Penn State University, about "quiet quitting," "quiet firing," and what these viral ideas say about the current state of labor and work. 

The CMO Podcast
Penn State Panel | Tanya R. Kennedy (NY Associate Judge), Don Roy King (SNL) , Kelly Wolgast (Penn State)

The CMO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 79:41


This very special bonus episode was recorded live at the State Theater at State College, Pennsylvania home to Penn State University. This is a panel discussion from four Penn State Alumni hosted by Jim. This panel consists of Tanya R. Kennedy, an associate justice on the Supreme Court of the state of New York, Don Roy King, TV Director who spent 16 seasons directing Saturday Night Live, and Kelly Wolgast, who spent 26 years in the US Army, retired as colonel and is Director of the COVID-19 Operations Control Center at Penn State.In this bonus episode, the panelists discuss their college memories, mentorship, and coming back from hardships. CMOs often hold one of the most innovative and challenging roles in business today. Those who excel can operate at the highest level to drive growth and create value for their organizations. To learn more how Deloitte helps bolster the value CMOs deliver, visit www.cmo.deloitte.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration and Personalization
Great Content Hacks and Copywriting Mistakes to Avoid

2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration and Personalization

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 69:23


Nicole Rollender will join the 2 Regular Guys this Friday to discuss marketing through great content. Nicole heads up STRAND Writing Services—a creative agency that leverages the power of interactive campaigns, sizzling conversion copy, and inspired content, so your competitors become invisible. Nicole is going to share why GOOD copy is so important to decorators. She will also leave us with several copy must-haves and the mistakes she has seen business owners make. Ready to improve your copywriting? This is the episode for you. Our regular listeners know this, but 2 Regular Guys are all about garment decorating, a bit of fun, and no rants, lectures, or selling. We are not doing this for our employers but rather for our industry. Since February 2013, The 2 Regular Guys have been the first and the most listened-to garment decorating industry podcast on this planet! We are humbled by all of you tuning in each week. We work hard to bring you information that will make your business better and our industry better. Take a look at our incredible weekly guest list, and you'll understand where this industry goes for news, interviews, and the heartbeat of garment decorating. Thanks for listening! News All Graphics Pro Expo (GPX) Shows next year will be 2-day events, and classes will take place the day before the show opens. Here are the cities and dates: Irving, TX March 9-10 Charlotte, NC April 27-28 Indianapolis, IN June 15-16 - (Will host Start Here Academy) Portland, OR July 19-20 Long Beach, CA August 18-19 Baltimore, MD September 13-14 Dad Joke What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question? Content and Copywriting When Nicole Rollender isn't cruising the backroads of South Jersey's Pine Barrens in her classic fireball red Trans Am with a double espresso, she heads up STRAND Writing Services—a creative agency that leverages the power of interactive campaigns, sizzling conversion copy and inspired content so your competitors become invisible, your seekers crystallize into loyal-for-life buyers ... and you make more money. Nicole holds an MFA in creative writing from Penn State University, and built her business on a 15-year career in award-winning editorial publishing, content marketing and professional development in the decorated-apparel arena. A 2017 recipient of a New Jersey Council on the Arts poetry fellowship, Nicole is the author of the poetry collection Louder Than Everything You Love from Five Oaks Press.  Erich - What are some of the copy/content mistakes you see? (As a writer do you cringe a little when you see what companies are putting out there?) -Showing that they clearly didn't proofread: straight-up bad grammar, blatant misspellings, strange capitalizations, like "We serve all Businesses," incorrect use of apostrophes - like your's instead of yours, or dog's instead of dogs -Overly formal or trying-too-hard-to-be-proper-or-professional, resulting in outdated or fuddy-duddy or unrelatable copy -Copy that sounds like someone wrote it at 3 am, trying to be too casual, conversational or stream of consciousness -Too much copy or too little copy in a certain amount of space on a website, like on the above the page copy on a home page -Making the copy all about themselves, rather than about the problems (or goals) they can solve for their customers -Similarly, focusing on features, rather than on benefits. Like "Plenty of staff." What does that mean for customers? "A human will always answer your call." - Not telling enough about your company—origin story, your why, what you support, what makes you tick, etc. -Not having enough/any information on product/services pages. -Not having specific calls to action at every juncture on a website. Tell people what you want them to do!   Talk to us about why good copy is important for decorators. -Bottom line, you've got a LOT, a LOTTTTTTTT of competitors out there,

Grid Talk
Enel of Italy Leads a Surge in US Renewables

Grid Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 27:38


Italian utility powerhouse Enel is championing a surge of renewable investments in America and transformation of the grid. In this episode of Grid Talk, host Marty Rosenberg talks with Mona Tierney-Lloyd who's head of U.S. Public Policy at Enel North America. Enel is the world's leading private electricity distribution provider and it's also the world's largest renewable developer. The discussion focuses on the significant transformations happening in the energy sector.“This is the most interesting time to be in the energy sector that I've ever experienced,” said Tierney-Lloyd.  “It's really great to see all of these policies become implemented at customer levels and at the grid levels and really become a significant factor in the energy industry.”The podcast also looks at the Italian company's push in the U.S. Market. “Enel is very bullish on development in the United States. We have eight gigawatts of renewable development operational today and we have expectations of adding at least two gigawatts per year of additional renewable development. Most of our new development that we have underway we're also adding utility-scale battery storage alongside of that new renewable development.”Mona Tierney-Lloyd has 30 years of experience in the energy industry and policy development. She has worked for Enel and Enel predecessor companies for nearly 15 years. Tierney-Lloyd has been with Enel North America since 2020 where she supported regional transmission organization bills that passed in Nevada and Colorado. She Participated in stakeholder process that developed policies for distributed energy resource participation in markets in MISO, ERCOT, and CAISO. Tierney-Lloyd previously worked as Senior Director, Western Regulatory Affairs at EnerNOC. She has a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from Penn State University.

PlanetGeo
Earth: The Operator's Manual - Professor Richard Alley Part 1

PlanetGeo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 12:28 Very Popular


Dr. Richard Alley is a renowned glaciologist and paleoclimate scientist.  He is also widely regarded as one of the best professors at Penn State University.  Below is a list of his impressive credentials:National Academy of SciencesForeign Member of the Royal SocietyEvan Pugh University ProfessorshipPenn State's top teaching awardPresidential Young Investigator AwardEarth - the Operator's Manual - Briefed senators, international legislators, and a sitting US Vice PresidentPublished an unbelievable >310 papers/books/etcJoin us as we discuss climate change, glaciers, and sea level.  Much of his current research is on a Western Antarctic glacier called Thwaites Glacier.  It's been dubbed the doomsday glacier because of its likely impact on sea level.  Alley is a gifted speaker and uses  incredible analogies to paint a vivid picture.  Another big part of the discussion is how Carbon is the thermostat control knob for our atmosphere.  We hope you enjoy the discussion.  We did!——————————————————Instagram: @planetgeocastTwitter: @planetgeocastFacebook: @planetgeocastEmail: planetgeocast@gmail.comWebsite: https://planetgeocast.com/

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast
Elizabeth Ahkivagak- Episode 82

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 46:56


Elizabeth AhkivgakElizabeth Is from Utqiagvik, Alaska.She is Iñupiaq and Mexican. Elizabeth is a nonprofit accountant and teaches self defense for Missing and Murdered No More.Elizabeth is also an Artist who owns The Knotty Bead on Instagram.On top of doing all of that she, is a full time student at Penn State University majoring in Energy and Sustainability Policy. On this episode Elizabeth courageously shares her story for those still struggling. https://instagram.com/theknottybead?igshid=MDE2OWE1N2Q=https://instagram.com/missingandmurderednomore?igshid=MDE2OWE1N2Q=Support the show

Loss & Light
Healing Through Self-Reflection & Nervous System Work with Elisha Halpin

Loss & Light

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 56:11


Our guest today is Elisha Halpin. You can find her at:www.elishahalpin.com and @elisha_halpinFind Lauryn at:@iam_lauryn and laurynlaszczak.com Click here to find out more about the Loss & Light Healing Affirmation DeckClick here to learn about upcoming workshops, retreats and coaching opportunities with LaurynAbout Elisha:Elisha Halpin is a Priestess and Embodiment Coach for visionary leaders. Elisha facilitates leaders in rebirthing their wild, free, and whole Self through nervous system work, ritual, embodied practice, breathwork, connecting to divine feminine power, neuro-repatterning, and energy healing.Her mission is to create a new story of the human journey through her work of nervous system healing and expansion.She is a Transpersonal Guide and Spiritual Mentor, a Certified Intuitive Intelligence Trainer & Teacher, Neurosculpting Facilitator, HeartMath Facilitator, Dancing Mindfulness Facilitator, and Ceremonialist. She also holds an MFA in Dance and Somatics.Additionally, she has served as the Teaching and Learning Coordinator and the creator and teacher of the Advanced Practitioner program for Embodiment at the Institute for Intuitive Intelligence. Elisha was also a tenured professor for almost twenty years at Penn State University, where she was an embedded faculty member in the Arts and Design Research Incubator with her research into somatic interventions for trauma and stress.Elisha leads deep-dive nervous system programs for both groups and 1:1. She also holds immersive mystery school work for deepening your intuition.If you loved today's episode, please share + tag us on IG AND rate + review the Loss & Light Podcast. I greatly appreciate you! Thank you for being here.xx,Lauryn

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast
Elizabeth Ahkivagak- Episode 82

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 46:56


Elizabeth AhkivgakElizabeth Is from Utqiagvik, Alaska.She is Iñupiaq and Mexican. Elizabeth is a nonprofit accountant and teaches self defense for Missing and Murdered No More.Elizabeth is also an Artist who owns The Knotty Bead on Instagram.On top of doing all of that she, is a full time student at Penn State University majoring in Energy and Sustainability Policy. On this episode Elizabeth courageously shares her story for those still struggling. https://instagram.com/theknottybead?igshid=MDE2OWE1N2Q=https://instagram.com/missingandmurderednomore?igshid=MDE2OWE1N2Q=Support the show

Dying to be Found
Barbara & Patricia Grimes

Dying to be Found

Play Episode Play 73 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 45:13


Who is your favorite band? Is it Elvis? The Beatles? The Bee Gees? How about the Guns N' Roses? Foo Fighters? Linkin Park? Kings of Lion? Regardless, we all have a favorite band. And things are no different for Barbara & Patricia Grimes back in the 1950s. Only on their way home from a much-beloved film starring Elvis Presley, the biggest name of their era, these two teenagers failed to make curfew. Join Deb & Beth as we dig deep into the whereabouts of two teenage daughters, their mother's quest to find them, and a community's determination to find their killer(s).Find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest @Dying2BFound. You can find all of these links at: https://linktr.ee/dying2bfoundSubscribe, rate, and share our podcasts on Spotify, Apple & Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pandora, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts!If you are interested in sponsoring this podcast or have a storyline you would like us to record, please email us at dying2bfound@gmail.com or message us on Instagram.If you like what you hear, please visit us at www.dyingtobefound.com to learn more about your hosts and our podcast, or consider buying us a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dyingtobefound.Intro & Extro Music: Undersea World by DragonovTeachable Moments Music: Untold Story by Ballian De MoulleReferences:Bovsun, M. (2016). Sixty years later, the case of the Elvis Presley-loving Grimes sisters' murder remains cold. New York Daily News.Ely, A. (2021). Cold case files: The Grimes sisters. Penn State University.Frankie, C.M. (2020). The mysterious unsolved murders of sisters Barbara and Patricia Grimes. A&E Network.Hoover, M. (2019). Mark Hoover: Unsolved murders of Grimes sisters. The Clermont Sun.Johnson, R. (2012). Anniversary of Burr Ridge's link to unsolved 1956 Grimes sisters' murder. TribLocal.Keranen, K. (2019). ‘Chicago history cop” making headway in Grimes sisters' murder case. The Columbia Chronicle.Klakstrom, J. (2020). Who murdered the Grimes sisters? Medium.Shaffer, T. (1997). Death and the Maidens. Chicago Reader.The Grimes Sisters Murder Mystery. (2021). Medium.

Sportlanders, The Podcast
The O'Leary Review - Episode 8 - John Ziegler

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 121:53


Mega podcast for you. Two hours of content. We talk PGA vs LIV golf, college football, and step back into “The Penn State Case.” We've provided some links and a bit of commentary for you. The main show notes page will be updated at https://briandoleary.substack.com/podcast Search for John Ziegler - With the Benefit of Hindsight when you get to that page. It should be Episode 8 of The O'Leary Review Podcast. This podcast is definitely a "conversation that matters" ... John Ziegler is a documentary filmmaker, author, Emmy-winning commentator, podcaster, former radio talk show host and television sportscaster, and was called “An American Hero,” by former Penn State president Graham Spanier in an inscription of his book The Lion's Den. This description is mocked by Ziegler's wife and kids. John was last with us in February on episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast when we spoke for over 90 minutes on the Penn State-Joe Paterno-Jerry Sandusky scandal that emerged in November 2011. John's podcast, which he hosts with Liz Habib, called With the Benefit of Hindsight is over 60 hours of detailed reporting on the case. In this podcast series, “The truth about what happened at Penn State has been locked in a vault for ten years — you've just been given the key.” You can find everything relating to the podcast at FramingPaterno.com Other than his tireless reporting on the truth in the Penn State debacle, which includes a 2012 documentary called The Framing of Joe Paterno, Ziegler is most well- known for his second feature documentary film called Media Malpractice which covered the 2008 presidential election. Ziegler is an alumnus of Georgetown University and grew up in Pennsylvania, though with no direct ties to Penn State University.   LIV Golf issue The LIV is in the process of ruining pro golf. It will eventually—both directly and indirectly—destroy the essence of professional golf. The PGA Tour The Tour went a long way in setting us back when it came to its response to the covid situation. Professional golf is a sport that is uniquely designed to change people's lives. Competing in LIV does not do that. The Saudis have not created a new market. It is an “artificial stimulus.” A “kamikaze” attack on an American institution perhaps. Golf, to be compelling, must have an element of fear. When everyone becomes super-rich, there's nothing to fear. Tiger Woods (& Rory McIlroy) role in the PGA Tour … Is the Tour becoming cartelized? The golf media won't ask the questions because it is terrified of Tiger Woods. Does the sport of golf need professional golf to thrive or even survive?   College football Sports have contributed to the cultural decline over the last two-and-a-half years. This much is clear. Pro golf, college and pro basketball, and college football all had the chance to step up and be leaders in the culture and stand up to the crazy policies implemented by the covid regime, but none of them did. Every other sports organization and league across the world were cowardly as well. How and why did this happen? The cancellation of the 2020 Ivy League basketball tournament started the ball rolling… “College football no longer exists.” Winning the National Championship is now the only thing. The NIL money, the new transfer rules, and the upcoming 12-team playoff has destroyed what was once perhaps the favorite sport of much of the country—college football. It's not the same sport that it was even three years ago. What in the heck is the point of college now when academia is ruined, and the college sports landscape is ruined?   The Penn State Case We come at this discussion of the case with the perspective that Jerry Sandusky is innocent and therefore Joe Paterno's reputation has been dragged through the mud unfairly. The conversation then builds on that. John Ziegler's reporting on this case leads to no other conclusion other than Sandusky's innocence and that Paterno was certainly framed, thus becoming a fall guy for the ineptitude of the corporate media and the vendetta academia has against sports—college football in particular. If this claim disturbs you at all, you need to first do some basic research on the facts of the case. Start with Episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast and if you have the time, listen to the entirety of With the Benefit of Hindsight. The Penn State Case has proven to be a perfect storm, not a hoax or a conspiracy or a cover-up…the cover-up comes elsewhere with the media and the prosecution. Conspiracy: “a secret plan or agreement between persons for an unlawful or harmful purpose, especially with political motivation, while keeping their agreement secret from the public or from other people affected by it.” Conspiracy Theory: “an explanation for an event or situation that involves a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation.” The covid era was not a conspiracy, either. Much like this case it was the dumb leading the stupid to insane conclusions. “I want to make something clear. I am not raising doubt about what happened. I know what really did and did not happen. What we were told did not happen. It did not. Period! Did not happen! Jerry Sandusky is completely innocent—as insane I myself would have thought that was insane. If you told me that in 2012, I would have thought that was insane. In fact, when people did tell me that in 2012, I thought they were nuts.” ... “This whole saga is the worst example in modern history of a complete fraud that was—to this day still—accepted as gospel truth by every single element of the news media and not one of those news media members. Not one of them can tell you even the basic facts of the case… And it doesn't even bother them! It doesn't even bother them that they can't tell you any facts of the case. Because they know the truth because everybody in their bubble said the same thing and even though we know they've been wrong so many times.” —John Ziegler   Reference the Duke – BYU volleyball thing and then the BYU – University of Oregon football thing. Ziegler was on with Dan Abrams on NewsNation the other night talking about it all. https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud/status/1572065085471993857   The Jay Paterno diagram of how the showers in the Lasch Football Building at Penn State were designed. After this case broke, there exist no known photos of the showers and the entire building was renovated in 2012-2013. https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud/status/860667211786067968   Did the prosecution team tell Mike McQueary to “clam up?”   The Ziegler appearance mentioned with Piers Morgan in 2013. https://youtu.be/jwsAqaRKLDA   John Ziegler – Twitter    The Sandusky Case Flow Chart    The horrible HBO movie Paterno. Not recommended whatsoever.   How do Hall of Fame coach Dick Vermeil and longtime NFL and college head coach Herm Edwards tie into this case? Can't say for sure, because nobody will talk on the record. Interestingly, Vermeil wrote the foreword to Jerry Sandusky's book, Touched. Herman Edwards, a former player for Vermeil, according to a conversation Vermeil had with Ziegler, told his former coach, “There's a guy in California who's going to break the case wide open…” Probably this guy… Penn Law Fumble — PennLawFumble.info on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine   We talk about the “Ohio State wrestling scandal” involving Ohio congressman Jim Jordan. I don't know of any decent reporting on this after a cursory glance of the search engine results. If anyone has a decent breakdown … of the truth … please leave it in the comments section.   Some Twitter follows for more clarity in the “Penn State case”: https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud https://twitter.com/VexPith https://twitter.com/AndyFavor1 https://twitter.com/WhiteyBall24 https://twitter.com/DombroskiMike https://twitter.com/AllPSUfootball https://twitter.com/TheodorouJustin https://twitter.com/SteveMasters7 There are many more and I apologize if I missed you…   Brian O'Leary 

The Nerd Expansion
36. Natalie Weiss & Riffing

The Nerd Expansion

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 55:21


Welcome back to The Nerd Expansion! Today's guest is the one and only Natalie Weiss and her nerd love is Riffing. It's awesome.Acclaimed singer and highly sought-after vocal coach, Natalie Weiss, has become a global sensation. Her online presence skyrocketed with the viral, “Breaking Down The Riffs®," a game-changing, fun approach to pop technique, which has become a growing standard in the industry. Natalie has worked with everyone from Broadway greats to iconic TV and media personalities including Tori Kelly, Ben Platt, Katharine McPhee, Pentatonix, Gaten Matarazzo, Chrissy Metz, Shoshana Bean and Cheyenne Jackson, just to name a few. She has performed to sold-out audiences and has led master classes in dozens of major cities across the US and abroad.  Natalie's voice can be heard on The Greatest Showman soundtrack, Dear Evan Hansen cast recording, The Incredibles 2 jingles, and various musical theatre composers' albums. She has performed on Broadway in Everyday Rapture, Off-Broadway in Emojiland, in national tours of Wicked & Les Miserables, and regional productions of Ghost and Chess. She was also an American Idol season 4 semi-finalist. Natalie holds a BFA in musical theatre from Penn State University. This past year, she released her premiere digital course, The Guide To Breaking Down The Riffs®. Find Natalie:Natalie's instagramNatalie OfficialNatalie Voice (Breaking Down the Riffs Course available!)Hosted By: Nick Bowan & Sasha WeissTheme song written by Korrie YamaokaPerformed by Sasha Weiss & Korrie Yamaoka

Locked On Sports Atlanta
ATL Day Ones with Jarvis and Tenitra: Ronald Acuna Jr. Is Right On Time For The Braves & Drake London Is The Real Deal

Locked On Sports Atlanta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:28


The Atlanta Braves were able to defeat the Washington Nationals 5-2 last night at Truist Park. Ronald Acuna Jr. is starting to look like his normal self. The Braves also saw Matt Olson get his first multi-hit game since August 27th. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about how the Braves are starting to look like the most dangerous team in Major League Baseball. Also, they discussed Trae Young's ranking in CBSSports.com's top 100 players in the NBA. Secondly, the Atlanta Falcons drafted Drake London eighth overall in the 2022 NFL Draft. In first action against the Detroit Lions in preseason, London went down with an injury. That's when a lot of doubt about the Falcons' pick started to come in because London did not practice often after that. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about London working his way into WR1 status, and they explained why the offense has struggled to get Kyle Pitts the football. Lastly, the Mannings have been known to be one of the most entertaining families that football fans have ever seen. Eli Manning continued that tradition by posing as a walk-on at Penn State University under the name of Chad Powers. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about “Mr. Powers” tryout and they discussed Peyton Manning's new college bowl show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Democracy Group
Is there a generation gap in American politics? | Politics in Question

The Democracy Group

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 43:09


In this week's episode of Politics In Question, Kevin Munger joins Lee to discuss the generation gap in American politics. Munger is the Jeffrey L. Hyde and Sharon D. Hyde and Political Science Board of Visitors Early Career Professor of Political Science and Assistant Professor of Political Science and Social Data Analytics at Penn State University. His research has appeared in leading journals like the American Journal of Political Science, Political Behavior, Political Communication, and Political Science Research & Methods. Munger is the author of Generation Gap: Why the Baby Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture (Columbia University Press 2022).Is there a generational divide in American politics? What issues do young people care about most? How can they influence what's happening in Washington, D.C.? And is it time for an older generation to pass the torch? These are some of the issues Kevin and Lee ask in this week's episode.Additional InformationPolitics in Question PodcastMore shows from The Democracy Group

The Triple Point Podcast
Weather and Climate in Agriculture

The Triple Point Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 47:12


Episode 14 - Weather and Climate in Agriculture Show Notes Hosts: Jeff Cunningham and Ryan Harris Guest: No Guest Description: The agriculture sector makes up one of the largest market shares supported by the weather and climate industry. In this Triple Point Podcast episode, Jeff and Ryan briefly trace the historical move to agrarian societies to today's farming and talk about a range of insights and predictions some companies that are monetizing weather information to optimize agriculture production. Jeff introduces (and copyrights) the term “weather arbitrage,” and we also take time to discuss how climate change may impact agriculture in the future. Finally, we introduce our first student spotlight, Michael Plummer from Penn State University. References: Floods devastate Pakistan, including farmland and 1,280 dead (CNN) Why are Pakistan's floods so extreme this year? (Nature) La Nina signals wheat worries in midwest (Farm Futures) Daily three big things in Agriculture (Successful Farming) Weekly crop progress report (USDA) Weather futures trading for agriculture, energy, and more (CME) Agricultural and food security impacts from the 2010 Russia flash drought (Weather and Climate Extremes) Salt in oceans may be next big predictor of rain for crops (Bloomberg) Combined Earth Observation, Weather Analytics, and AI for Ag (Geospatial World) The transition from hunter-gatherer to farming (Discover Magazine) Amid massive shortage, Canada taps strategic reserves of maple syrup (WAPO) Florida Climate Institute Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Florida's Agriculture (Florida's Climate: Changes, Variations, & Impacts, chapter 8) Oak Leaves Contain Potential Cure for Citrus Greening Disease, Researchers Say - UF Innovate Tracing the move to agrarian societies to today's farming (0:04:58) Climate changes on agriculture and Pakistan's historic flooding (0:09:23) Monetizing agriculture forecasting (0:17:23) The weather arbitrage (copyrighted) (0:20:40) Is climate change good or bad for agriculture and food security? (0:26:41) Other weather and climate technologies supporting agriculture (0:40:33) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/triplepoint/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/triplepoint/support

Top Coach Podcast
TC404: Blake Beemer, Butler

Top Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 49:39


All the way back in episode 37, we featured a young volunteer coach at Penn State University that caught our eye because of his passion for the game and his genuine desire to influence the [...]

Life Between The Notes
Episode #9 - Dr. Jon Moyer, trombonist, public school educator & adjunct professor

Life Between The Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 80:11


Dr. Jon Moyer, originally from Butler, Pennsylvania, is a performer, teacher and professor who eventually navigated his way further east when he landed his job in the Central York School District. A former student of Harding "Corky" Whitacre while in high school and Mark Lusk during his time at Penn State University, Jon credits both of his applied music teachers as both great inspirations and excellent teachers who helped shape him into the musician he is today. In this episode we discuss how it often "takes a village" to support a musicians' lifestyle and how his family's support, in particular his wife Angeline, is how he has managed to accomplish all that he has in his career thus far. Jon's involvement in the Nittany Trombone Quartet and other local groups has created a busy schedule in addition to his CYSD job as their beginning band and lesson instructor. We discuss his philosophy on a student's initial instrument choice and why a solid foundation in these beginning skills is so crucial. We also touch on the challenges of the Covid shutdown and how it not only affected his numerous jobs but how it changed his outlook on the rest of his career. If being a performer and teacher isn't enough, Jon was formerly an adjunct professor at York College and is currently teaching trombone and is involved as a member of the graduate school's music education faculty at Messiah University. We discuss the dichotomy of his beginning band and university jobs as well as his thoughts on the challenges that face education today. There are many takeaways in this episode, especially for young music educators - thanks for listening!

The Academic Minute
Dennis Jett, Penn State University – Peacekeeping: It's Complicated

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 2:30


Why is international peacekeeping so hard? Dennis Jett, professor and founding faculty member at the School of International Affairs at Penn State University, explains why. Dennis Jett is a professor and founding faculty member at the School of International Affairs at Penn State. A former career diplomat, he served as ambassador to Mozambique and Peru, […]

Tack Box Talk
Protecting Pastures: The Story of how to keep your pastures alive when the weather doesn't cooperate

Tack Box Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 28:34


Laura Kenney, a member of the Equine Extension Team at Penn State University, joins us to discuss practical strategies to keep pastures alive during droughts and floods. We discuss how to handle weeds that still seem to survive and thrive, the potential use of cover crops, and how to approach renovation if needed.

Extra Duty Podcast
NFL Cheerleader and an LT Walks Into A Bar

Extra Duty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 59:26


 Haley McClain Hill Air Force  (570) 534-9097  Torchwarriorwear.comInstagram@torch_warriorwearTikTok@hmcclainhill  Haley McClain Hill was born in Newport News, VA and raised in Stroudsburg, PA.Her passion for dance, travel, and empowering women and teams has allowed her to travel and experience the world, including cheering in front of 107K fans at Penn State University, professionally dancing in the drop-top stadium for the Atlanta Falcons and now the 49ers Gold Rush! She has appeared  on ESPN, Fox!, Air Force Magazine Publications, and even international TV channels in Hong Kong, China. Haley has taken on the adventure of becoming an entrepreneur and has created Seek and Set Free, a women's luxury retreat business, and TORCH Warriorwear, the first military women's clothing brand specializing in base layer bodysuits women can wear in and out of uniform. She continues to leave a path of more confident and successful women.Her favorite quote is "Seek what sets your soul on fire" and promises to put her heart into creating an environment that promotes this exact philosophy.Support the show

Be A Global Citizen! podcast
72. GC Talks with Rebecca Tarlou

Be A Global Citizen! podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 45:12


I had the great pleasure of talking with Rebecca Tarlou about her thoughts on global citizenship. She is the associate professor of adult education and labor and employment relations at Penn State University. With a deep sense of social justice, extensive research in social movements, and an upbringing in activism, she talks about how her work is tied to and interwoven into liberatory practices and pedagogies. She brings into the conversation some insights from Brazilian social movements that serve to illustrate how education and critical awareness play a role in cultivating one's own perception as a global citizen. Enjoy!

NDA's Deer Season 365
How Long is Venison Safe in Warm Weather? And Other Venison Care Discussion With Dr. Martin Bucknavage

NDA's Deer Season 365

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 68:11


In this week's Deer Season 365 Podcast episode, we're talking with Dr. Martin Bucknavage of Penn State University's Department of Food Science about handling a harvested deer from field to fork to keep your venison safe and delicious, particularly in warm weather situations. We even dive into the pros and cons of aging venison, safe jerky preparation, and the benefits of canning venison. This is a great episode to check out before you take your first deer of the 2022-2023 deer season! Important Links: Sponsored by: Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's Proper Processing of Wild Game & Fish (Penn State) Proper Field Dressing and Handling of Wild Game & Fish (Penn State) Follow Brian Grossman on Instagram Sign up for NDA's free weekly e-newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast on: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify iHeartRadio Stitcher About the National Deer Association The National Deer Association (NDA) is a non-profit deer conservation group that works to ensure the future of wild deer, wildlife habitat and hunting. Thank you for subscribing to our podcast! Support NDA's mission by becoming a member today. NDA has the highest ranking from Charity Navigator, an independent group that monitors non-profits for financial efficiency and effectiveness. Learn more about deer and deer hunting in our weekly, free e-newsletter. Follow us on our other channels: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

Realm of Unknown
EP 85 - Penn State University | Keystone Curiosity

Realm of Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:45


Penn State is one of Pennsylvania's largest state Universities, and the oldest in its history. Having nearly 200 years of rich and fluctuating history however, tends to sometimes leave some things behind. In this case, a number of spirits and ghostly apparitions that linger the halls of many of PSU's buildings. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Support the Podcast with Patreon - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Email: realmofunknown@gmail.com Twitter: @RealmOfUnknown Instagram: @realmofunknown - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Intro and Outro music | A Ghost to Be Forgotten - In Ruin

The Long View
Farnoosh Torabi: 'Money Is Meaningless Without Goals'

The Long View

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 58:03 Very Popular


Our guest on the podcast today is personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi. Farnoosh is editor at large for CNET Money. She has also written several books, including When She Makes More and You're So Money. In addition, Farnoosh hosts the Webby-nominated So Money podcast, where she interviews leading experts and authors about their financial perspectives and answers listeners' questions. For several years, she has hosted the Webby-nominated web series Financially Fit on Yahoo. She has also served as a money coach on such shows as Remake America on Yahoo, Bank of Mom and Dad on SOAPnet, and TLC's Real Simple, Real Life. Farnoosh graduated with honors from Penn State University with a degree in finance and international business. She also holds a master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.BackgroundBio   CNET MoneySo Money podcastWhen She Makes More: The Truth About Navigating Love and Life for a New Generation of Women, by Farnoosh TorabiYou're So Money: Live Rich, Even When You're Not, by Farnoosh TorabiDavid BachJean Chatzky“Jean Chatzky: ‘Financial Stress Is a Big Topic in Need of More Oxygen,'” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Dec. 15, 2020.Current Environment and Personal Finance“3 Money Questions to Ask Yourself in a Recession, According to Financial Expert Farnoosh Torabi,” by Nick Wolny, time.com, April 11, 2022.“Saving for Retirement at Every Age,” by Farnoosh Torabi, farnoosh.tv.com.“The Best Financial Apps and Tools to Help You Save, Spend, and Invest Better,” by Farnoosh Torabi, time.com, Jan. 4, 2022.Women and Money“Why the World Is Better Off When Women Make More—With Farnoosh Torabi,” Marriage, Kids, and Money interview, youtube.com, Oct. 22, 2018.“Americans See Men as the Financial Providers, Even as Women's Contributions Grow,” by Kim Parker and Renee Stepler, pewresearch.org, Sept. 20, 2017.“Equal Pay Day: One Bright Spot,” by Farnoosh Torabi, farnoosh.tv.com.“Why Financial ‘Fairness' Can Be a Losing Game in Your Marriage,” by Farnoosh Torabi, cnet.com, Oct. 13, 2021.“Ask Farnoosh: Investing in a Bear Market, Changing Jobs and Earning More,” So Money podcast, cnet.com, July 8, 2022.“How to Ask for a Raise in a Pandemic Recession,” by Farnoosh Torabi, washingtonpost.com, Aug. 31, 2020.So Money Podcast“Black Wealth Matters: Queen Latifah,” So Money with Farnoosh Torabi, June 10, 2020. “Adam Torabi (Dad!): A Layoff Comeback Story,” So Money with Farnoosh Torabi, July 11, 2018.“Ask Farnoosh: Your Biggest Student Loan Forgiveness Questions, Answered,” So Money with Farnoosh Torabi, Sept. 2, 2022.

World Business Report
Russia's arms trade: Is the war in Ukraine bad for business?

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 27:55


Russia is currently the world's second biggest arms exporter, but the war in Ukraine has severely impacted the industry. So, will buyers continue to trade? Terrence Guay, Director of the Center for Global Business Studies at Penn State University gives his analysis. There are many elements of everyday life in the UK that will change since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, including coins, stamps and even the national anthem. The Royal Warrants of Appointment are badges that are awarded to companies that provide goods or services to the Royal Family. They will now be issued in the name of the new King. We hear from Lawrence Mallinson, the director of James White Drinks, a fruit and vegetable drinks company that is waiting for the renewal of their royal warrant. It's Emmys night in Los Angeles, and the Korean hit Squid Game is expected to do well, not long after Parasite became the first foreign language film to win the Best Picture Oscar in 2020. Seung-hoon Jeong, former Korean film critic and now Assistant Professor of Film and Electronic Arts at California State University Long Beach, explains why Korea's film and TV industry is proving a hit.

Politics in Question
Is there a generation gap in American politics?

Politics in Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 42:38


In this week's episode of Politics In Question, Kevin Munger joins Lee to discuss the generation gap in American politics. Munger is the Jeffrey L. Hyde and Sharon D. Hyde and Political Science Board of Visitors Early Career Professor of Political Science and Assistant Professor of Political Science and Social Data Analytics at Penn State University. His research has appeared in leading journals like the American Journal of Political Science, Political Behavior, Political Communication, and Political Science Research & Methods. Munger is the author of Generation Gap: Why the Baby Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture (Columbia University Press 2022).Is there a generational divide in American politics? What issues do young people care about most? How can they influence what's happening in Washington, D.C.? And is it time for an older generation to pass the torch? These are some of the issues Kevin and Lee ask in this week's episode.

Dying to be Found
The Tylenol Murders

Dying to be Found

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 50:05


No one thinks twice about taking an over-the-counter medication to relieve a headache or cold symptoms. In 1982, a nationwide scare occurred as Chicago residents began to die, all in one night, without explanation. Until a few firefighters and detectives acted quickly and stopped what could have been a much more fatal occurrence. Join Deb & Beth as we visit the 1982 Tylenol Murders that changed how all of America's food and OTC medications are packaged today. You'll want to check your medicine cabinet after this one.Find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest @Dying2BFound. You can find all of these links at: https://linktr.ee/dying2bfoundSubscribe, rate, and share our podcasts on Spotify, Apple & Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pandora, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts!If you are interested in sponsoring this podcast or have a storyline you would like us to record, please email us at dying2bfound@gmail.com or message us on Instagram.If you like what you hear, please visit us at www.dyingtobefound.com to learn more about your hosts and our podcast, or consider buying us a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dyingtobefound.Intro & Extro Music: Undersea World by DragonovTeachable Moments Music: Untold Story by Ballian De MoulleReferences:Associated Press. (1982). Chronology of events in Tylenol Poisonings with AM-Tylenol. AP News. Bartosch, J. (2021). Tylenol murders: Is it too late to solve the famous cold case? A&E Television Networks.Case Study: The Johnson & Johnson Tylenol crisis. Department of Defense.Chicago Tylenol Murders: The Ice Box (2021). Penn State University.Friedman, E. (2010). James Lewis, Suspect in the 1982 Tylenol killings, submitted DNA, print samples. ABC News.Haberman, C. (2018). How an unsolved mystery changed the way we take pills. New York Times.Latson, J. (2014). Tylenol poison spree 1982 becomes crisis management case study. Time Magazine.Le Beau Lucchesi. (2022). The ‘Tylenol” murders' changed the way we take medicine. Discover Magazine.Markel, H. (2014). How the Tylenol murders of 1982 changed the way we consume medication. PBS News Hour.Petros, M. (2022). People, politics, and poison: The Tylenol® murders revisited 40 years later. University of Illinois Chicago.

Women in Law - On The Record
Episode No. 73: Dean Danielle Conway, Penn State University - Dickinson Law School

Women in Law - On The Record

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 44:45


Today I'm talking with Danielle Conway - Dean of Penn State University's Dickinson Law School. Dean Conway is a leading expert in procurement law, entrepreneurship, intellectual property law, and licensing intellectual property. She joined Dickinson Law after serving for four years as dean of the University of Maine School of Law and 14 years on the faculty of the University of Hawaii School of Law. Dean Conway also served in the US Army for 27 years of combined active, reserve, and national guard service. She retired in 2016. Her scholarly agenda and speeches have focused on, among other areas, advocating for public education and for actualizing the rights of marginalized groups, including Indigenous Peoples, minoritized people, and members of rural communities.  She has a fascinating story and background. I'm confident you'll enjoy hearing all about it.

The Economics Review
Ep. 83 - Dr. Kevin Munger | Featured Guest Interview

The Economics Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 29:06


Dr. Kevin Munger is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Social Data Analytics at Penn State University. His work has appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Political Behavior, Political Communication, and Political Science Research & Methods. His latest book is titled Generation Gap: Why the Baby Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture.

TEK or DIE
Cybersecurity Career Perspective: IOCYBER founder Angelo Crawford

TEK or DIE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 25:01


Angelo Crawford, founder of IOCYBER, stops by to discuss his cybersecurity career, his current business venture IOCYBER, and how to stay on the path to success in tech, while dealing with personal and professional challenges.   Angelo “AG” Crawford is the founder and CEO of IOCYBER, a cyber security consulting firm that helps organizations reduce their security risk. IOCYBER's expertise focuses on preventing the loss of value, trust, and confidence in their client's brand. Angelo Crawford is a graduate of Morgan State University and Penn State University with over 27 years' experience in evaluating offensive cyber capabilities, threat hunting, and performing cyber intelligence analysis in support of the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and the Commercial sector.IOCYBER'S WebsiteIOCYBER's TwitterFeedback, questions, or requests? You can reach out here: https://www.tekordie.com/contact/Don't forget, TEK or DIE is onApple Podcasts,Spotify,Google Podcasts, and most podcast directories. Subscribe so you can get the show sent to you automatically. 

TomGirl with JJ Jurgens - AfterBuzz TV
Jess Val Ortiz - Actor & Content Creator

TomGirl with JJ Jurgens - AfterBuzz TV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:04


“I've always been so viciously, insanely passionate about it (acting). I feel like that is why I was put on this earth…no matter what role, that is where I feel home, and that is where I feel the most powerful.” Jess Val Ortiz found her passion for acting when she was a little girl and knew that's what she wanted to do with her life. She was a musical theater major at Penn State University and is putting her skills to the test by performing in national and regional productions of some of Broadway's most infamous shows, with recent appearances in “Spamilton: An American Parody”, “Drowsy Chaperone”, “Kinky Boots” and “Sister Act”. When Covid hit and theatres were shut down, she took her acting to a new outlet, social media, and became a content creator with now over 8 million followers! In this episode, Jess talks about her acting career, her journey becoming a content creator, and gives tips on what it takes to become both a successful actor and influencer. She also dishes on her love of fitness and adventure! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomgirltv/support

For the Love of Goats
Urinary Calculi in Goats

For the Love of Goats

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 36:11 Transcription Available Very Popular


Most people think that avoiding urinary calculi in male goats is as easy as balancing the calcium and phosphorus ratio, but that's only the beginning. We are talking to Dr. Robert VanSaun, professor of veterinary science and extension veterinarian at Penn State University, about all of the different types of urinary stones, what causes them, how to prevent them, and how to treat them. Balancing calcium and phosphorus is only helpful for preventing struvite stones, and that may not even be helpful if the goat simply has too much phosphorus in the diet.In addition to struvite stones, goats can wind up with calcium stones from consuming too much calcium, and unlike struvite stones, calcium stones cannot be prevented or treated by adding ammonium chloride to the goat's diet. If you live in the western US, you may see more silica stones if your goats are consuming grasses that are high in silica.This is a must-listen episode for anyone who has male goats, whether they are intact or not.See full show notes here >> https://thriftyhomesteader.com/urinary-calculi-in-goats/ To see the most recent episodes, visit  ForTheLoveOfGoats.comWant to support the content you love?Head over to -- https://thrifty-homesteader.ck.page/products/love-goats-tip-jar

Dateline NBC
The Case of the Missing D.A.

Dateline NBC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 39:09 Very Popular


A decade before the scandal of coach Jerry Sandusky dismantled the Penn State community, a local attorney, Ray Gricar, was the first to investigate his case. But a few years later, Gricar disappeared. Was there a connection? Lester Holt reports in this Dateline classic. Originally aired on NBC on December 16, 2011.

The FourBlock Podcast
Just Keep Moving: How a Black Hawk Pilot Transitioned to a Career on Wall Street

The FourBlock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 26:42


This week we are honored to be joined by Heather Burns, Senior Vice President in Securities Finance at Jefferies, a diversified financial services company engaged in investment banking and capital markets, asset management and direct investing. Throughout this episode, Heather covers a variety of topics, from her personal military experience as a U.S. Army Black Hawk pilot to her transition to the world of corporate finance to her passion for endurance sports as an ultramarathon runner. In conversation with hosts Lindsey and Mike, she shares why she joined the Army, how she decided to go to business school, and what made her choose a career on Wall Street. Heather also discusses her current career at Jefferies and shares why Jefferies is a great place for veterans to work, from their Veterans Affinity Group that provides one-on-one mentorship to their organizational commitment to all employees' physical and mental wellness. She closes out the episode with some invaluable advice for veterans who are just starting their transition out of the military as well as veterans looking to begin a career on Wall Street. Heather has been working on Wall Street for over a decade. Prior to pursuing a civilian career in financial services, Heather served as a UH-60 Black Hawk pilot stationed at Fort Campbell, KY. She received a B.S. from Penn State University and an M.B.A from the University of Notre Dame. Heather is also an ultra-marathoner, triathlete, and mom.   ABOUT US Welcome to the FourBlock Podcast, a show that examines veteran career transition and the military-civilian divide in the workplace. General Charles Krulak coined the term "Three Block War" to describe the nature of 21st-century military service defined by peace-keeping, humanitarian aid, and full combat. But what happens next? Veterans are often unprepared to return home and begin new careers. We call this the Fourth Block.  FourBlock is a national non-profit that has supported thousands of transitioning service members across the nation in beginning new and meaningful careers.  Mike Abrams (@fourblock) is an Afghanistan veteran, founder of FourBlock, and author of two military transition books. He represents the military transition perspective. Lindsey Pollak (@lindsaypollak) is a career and workplace expert and New York Times bestselling author of three career advice books. Lindsey represents the civilian perspective of this issue.  Veterans, explore new industries and make the right connections. Find a career that fits your calling. Join us at fourblock.org/ Sponsor our program or host a class to equip more of our veterans at fourblock.org/donate. Follow FourBlock on Social Media  LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Twitter Podcast episodes are produced and edited in part by the Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration.  

The Bridge
Gary Martin discusses how be balances coaching and his personal life - S3:EP6

The Bridge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 29:32


Welcome to the Bridge, a podcast all about resiliency and overcoming obstacles. I'm your host, Dr. Linda Fedrizzi-Williams, the president of Central Penn College. Today, I will be speaking with the College's head coach of our Men's Basketball team, Gary Martin. In part two of our interview with Coach Gary Martin, he talks more about his personal life and the way he finds balance in and out. Here are some highlights from his career… During his six seasons as head coach at Greencastle-Antrim High School in Greencastle, PA, Coach Martin compiled an 87-57 record. This included three Mid-Penn Colonial championships, four District 3 playoff appearances, and one PIAA state playoff berth. In 2012-13, he was named Boys' Basketball Coach of the Year by the Chambersburg Public Opinion. In 2016, Coach Martin returned to his alma mater, Susquehanna Township High School, for 5 seasons. During his coaching, the team qualified for district playoffs for five years and state playoffs for two years. Coach Martin graduated from Susquehanna Township High School. He received his BS in Education from Penn State University. Coach Martin is employed by UPMC Harrisburg at Harrisburg Hospital. He resides in Harrisburg with his wife, Karen, and has two sons, Jordan and Andrew, and seven grandchildren. Please join me in welcoming, Coach, Gary Martin!

Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly
Thriving After College with Erica Young Reitz

Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 26:20


Do you know how to handle the transition after college, or even at other times in life? Today's expert guest, Erica Young Reitz, explores the timeless and modern challenges of navigating major life shifts. She lends her professional insights to help students and others thrive beyond the greatest changes we experience. Erica Young Reitz directs Senior EXIT, a one-year experience that prepares graduating college seniors for the transition into the next phase of life. She works for the CCO (Coalition for Christian Outreach), reaching out to students at Penn State University. Erica has an MA in higher education from Geneva College, with a graduate research focus on the senior-year transition.   We discuss the identity crisis related to the shift from the concreteness of academic performance to the vagueries of "succeeding" in real life. Reitz emphasizes the importance of anchoring yourself in your identity in Christ during the social, financial, and occupational challenges of starting on the ground floor post-college. Erica recommends finding community in church at a "third place" through hobbies or special interest groups or by participating in volunteer activities Reitz shares the following practical tips for navigating a transition after college or during other seasons of life: pay attention to the internal process when facing changes consider investing in a commitment to your new job consult mentors and a supportive network to help discern between a challenge you should work through or a toxic situation to escape from seek counseling and/or coaching as needed Connect with Erica Young Reitz and get a copy of her book at AfterCollegetransition.com  I would like to invite you to join The True Crime Mission Fields Program, a life-changing opportunity exclusively joining Christians who have married faith and true crime.   Featuring Chaplain Lori Prather, the products within the True Crime Mission Fields Program allow you to connect your passions and skills as Christians with practical service opportunities within the world of true crime.   You will begin to serve people in difficult circumstances, and have a greater impact in this world than you ever imagined possible.   Access your Free Report: Meet the Christian Who Married Faith with True Crime and receive up to 70% of any collection when you use this link https://www.theunlovelytruthtribe.com/uttylk22r3e?affiliate_id=3727901

Sex Party with Dustin Rybka
EP 31: "Purity Culture Sucks" with Erica Smith

Sex Party with Dustin Rybka

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 55:08


Sex Educator and Purity Culture Liberator Erica Smith joins Dustin this week to talk about the dangers of purity culture, what it feels like for her to free people from it, the time Erica and friends changed Penn State University forever with the Sex Fair, and how racism changed abortion views in this country forever. Also, in the back half of the episode, Erica explains what a Hell House is. And trust us, you're gonna want to hear the story around this one...WELCOME TO EPISODE 31! Watch the video version of the show on YouTubeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIuCkOl_XummXVdu1t3XOuQFollow Erica SmithInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericasmith.sex.ed (@ericasmith.sex.ed)Work with Erica Smithhttps://www.ericasmitheac.comFollow the showInstagram: https://instagram.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Twitter: https://twitter.com/sexpartyfm (@sexpartyfm)Follow Dustin Instagram: https://instagram.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Twitter: https://twitter.com/dustinrybka (@dustinrybka)Sex Party with Dustin Rybka

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer
Penn State men's hockey coach Guy Gadowsky (8/22/22)

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 22:36


A chat between former teammates in Edmonton's minor hockey circuit, Bob and Guy Gadowsky, who is the head coach of men's hockey at Penn State University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Leave The Lights On
Murder In The Stacks: Who Killed Betsy Aardsma?

Leave The Lights On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 25:25


More than 50 years ago, during a quiet Thanksgiving week at Penn State University, 22-year-old graduate student Betsy Aardsma was murdered by a single stab wound in the school library's stacks. There are two main suspects but no real evidence can be linked to them. Now, those who have spent years trying to solve her murder, fear her story is becoming a faded memory and the evidence will be lost to time. Can the case be solved? For more visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subscribe!For 10% off of She's Bridie use promo code LIGHTSON30 and follow this link https://www.shesbirdie.com/?rfsn=5169933.7e9780Resources: landcasteronline.com | wikipedia.org | oxygen.com | nbcnews.com

SpyCast
“The Information Battlespace” – Foreign Denial and Deception with Bill Parquette

SpyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 56:23


Summary Bill Parquette (LinkedIn; Website) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss Denial and Deception. They discuss examples such as D-Day, the Yom Kippur War, and the Persian Gulf War. What You'll Learn Intelligence Denial and deception – what it is and why it matters Key examples of denial and deception Detecting denial and deception operations How to avoid seeing monsters everywhere Reflections How to counter denial and deception in everyday life (children, salespeople, etc.)  Stumbling into new roles in new fields And much, much more… Episode Notes Sun Tzu said, “all warfare is based on deception” and so much of the natural world is also based on denial and deception: camouflage, feigning, mimicry, distraction. It is also a feature of our daily 21st century lives: spyware, trojan horses, catfishing, and spear phishing. With this week's guest we look at the Denial and Deception Committee, which aimed to discover and mitigate foreign denial and deception operations against the U.S. by coordinating efforts throughout the IC. Bill Parquette was a former Chair of the Committee. He joined the Committee in 2002 and left in 2015. He was formerly a Lt. Col. In the U.S. Army, starting his career with 10 years in the 82nd Airborne, and is currently Professor of Practice at Penn State University.  And… The episode looks at deceiving others but the human capacity for self-deception and denial is VAST – from head in the sand, plugging your ears, living in denial, willful ignorance, and cognitive dissonance through to doublethink.  Quote of the Week "If I have an audience of one or 100, I ask does anyone have children? And the hands get raised. And then I said, okay, did you teach your child deception or denial? And of course not. Do they conduct denial or deception? And they all said yeah, it's throughout nature, it's throughout society…it's a natural thing to deny. I didn't mom I didn't take that cookie." – Bill Parquette Resources Headline Resources “Countering Foreign Denial & Deception – Rise of Fall of a Discipline” – J. Bruce, Studies in Intelligence, 64/1 (2020)  “Denial & Deception Issue,” American Intelligence, 32/2 (2015) Andrew's Recommendation “D-Day Would be Nearly Impossible to Pull Off Today,” D. Lupton, WaPo (2019) *SpyCasts* “Deceiving the Iraqis in Operation Desert Storm” – with BGen Tom Draude (2013) “Agent Garbo” – with Stephan Talty (2012) “Identity, Espionage and Social Media” – with Thomas Ryan (2011) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Beginner Resources Deception at D-Day, Army Uni. Press (2022) [video] The True Story of the D-Day Spies, BBC (2014) [video] Operation Bodyguard Map, Eisenhower Foundation (n.d.) [map] Books History of the National Intelligence Council, Hutchings &. Treverton, eds. (OUP, 2019) Practice to Deceive, B. Whaley (NIP, 2016) The Watchman Fell Asleep, U. Bar-Joseph (SUNY, 2005) The Deceivers, T. Holt (Scribner, 2004) Deception 101, J. Caddell (Army War College, 2004) Strategic Denial and Deception, Godson & Wirtz eds. (Transaction, 2002) Deception in War, J. Latimer (Overlook, 2001) Videos The War in October, Al Jazeera (2013) Primary Sources  US-PLO Contacts During War, Oct 26, 1973 Secretary's Staff Meeting, Oct 23, 1973 Sadat - Speech Calling for Arab-Israeli Peace Conference, Oct 16, 1973 Arab-Israel Tensions – Quandt to Scowcroft, Oct 6, 1973 Ultra – Marshall to Eisenhower, Mar 15, 1944 Overall Deception Policy, Jan 22, 1944 Deception Operations Around England, Dec 18, 1943 Overlord Cover Operation, Nov 20, 1943 *Wildcard Resource* Movies to explore on deception include Deception (1946), The Sting (1973), The Usual Suspects (1995), Donnie Brasco (1997), Female Agents (2008) and Operation Mincemeat (2021),