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Latest podcast episodes about Saginaw Valley State University

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA
Interview with Nick Bliss, Partner & Financial Advisor with Clear Strategy , Discussing Legacy & Estate Planning

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:53


I am passionate about bringing financial planning the next level as the industry demand grows stronger. I studied accounting at Saginaw Valley State University and I retain my Series 7,66, Life, Accident,Health Insurance and Variable Annuity licenses. I have traveled many career paths along the way and all those roads have lead me to where I am today. Since 2012 I have been partnering with clients along their financial journey and helping them with their quest to live their best life.Learn More: https://myclearstrategy.com/ Securities and investment advisory services offered through Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. (WFS) member FINRA/SIPC. WFS is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of WFS.The views expressed are not necessarily the opinion of this podcast interview, and should not be construed directly or indirectly, as an offer to buy or sell any securities or services mentioned herein. Investing is subject to risks including loss of principal invested. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. No strategy can assure a profit nor protect against loss. Please note that individual situations can vary. Therefore, the information should only be relied upon when coordinated with individual professional advice.Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-nick-bliss-partner-financial-advisor-with-clear-strategy-discussing-legacy-estate-planning

Business Innovators Radio
Interview with Nick Bliss, Partner & Financial Advisor with Clear Strategy , Discussing Legacy & Estate Planning

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:53


I am passionate about bringing financial planning the next level as the industry demand grows stronger. I studied accounting at Saginaw Valley State University and I retain my Series 7,66, Life, Accident,Health Insurance and Variable Annuity licenses. I have traveled many career paths along the way and all those roads have lead me to where I am today. Since 2012 I have been partnering with clients along their financial journey and helping them with their quest to live their best life.Learn More: https://myclearstrategy.com/ Securities and investment advisory services offered through Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. (WFS) member FINRA/SIPC. WFS is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of WFS.The views expressed are not necessarily the opinion of this podcast interview, and should not be construed directly or indirectly, as an offer to buy or sell any securities or services mentioned herein. Investing is subject to risks including loss of principal invested. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. No strategy can assure a profit nor protect against loss. Please note that individual situations can vary. Therefore, the information should only be relied upon when coordinated with individual professional advice.Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-nick-bliss-partner-financial-advisor-with-clear-strategy-discussing-legacy-estate-planning

Business Innovators Radio
Interview with Nick Bliss, Partner & Financial Advisor with Clear Strategy

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 20:04


I am passionate about bringing financial planning the next level as the industry demand grows stronger. I studied accounting at Saginaw Valley State University and I retain my Series 7,66, Life, Accident,Health Insurance and Variable Annuity licenses. I have traveled many career paths along the way and all those roads have lead me to where I am today. Since 2012 I have been partnering with clients along their financial journey and helping them with their quest to live their best life.Learn More: https://myclearstrategy.com/ Securities and investment advisory services offered through Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. (WFS) member FINRA/SIPC. WFS is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of WFS.The views expressed are not necessarily the opinion of this podcast interview, and should not be construed directly or indirectly, as an offer to buy or sell any securities or services mentioned herein. Investing is subject to risks including loss of principal invested. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. No strategy can assure a profit nor protect against loss. Please note that individual situations can vary. Therefore, the information should only be relied upon when coordinated with individual professional advice.Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-nick-bliss-partner-financial-advisor-with-clear-strategy

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA
Interview with Nick Bliss, Partner & Financial Advisor with Clear Strategy

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 20:04


I am passionate about bringing financial planning the next level as the industry demand grows stronger. I studied accounting at Saginaw Valley State University and I retain my Series 7,66, Life, Accident,Health Insurance and Variable Annuity licenses. I have traveled many career paths along the way and all those roads have lead me to where I am today. Since 2012 I have been partnering with clients along their financial journey and helping them with their quest to live their best life.Learn More: https://myclearstrategy.com/ Securities and investment advisory services offered through Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. (WFS) member FINRA/SIPC. WFS is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of WFS.The views expressed are not necessarily the opinion of this podcast interview, and should not be construed directly or indirectly, as an offer to buy or sell any securities or services mentioned herein. Investing is subject to risks including loss of principal invested. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. No strategy can assure a profit nor protect against loss. Please note that individual situations can vary. Therefore, the information should only be relied upon when coordinated with individual professional advice.Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-nick-bliss-partner-financial-advisor-with-clear-strategy

On the Clock
On the Clock with Dr. VanWagoner

On the Clock

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 26:26


In this episode of On the Clock, Todd Dallas Lamb sat down with Dr. John VanWagoner, the superintendent of Traverse City Area Public Schools in Michigan. Dr. VanWagoner also served in the Michigan Department of Education, and began his career as a teacher at Lapeer Community Schools. He holds a Ph.D. and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and a Master of Science in Kinesiology from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education, and History from Saginaw Valley State University.

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 67 - Dean Lockwood, Associate Head Coach, Michigan State University

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 49:56


Coach Dean Lockwood, In this episode, you'll hear from Coach Dean Lockwood. Coach Lockwood is currently the Associate Head Coach for Coach Suzy Merchant at Michigan State University. Coach Dean just completed year three with the Spartans. In addition, Coach Lockwood just finished year 40 in the college coaching profession. Dean has spent the last 18 years on the women's side. Before coming to East Lansing, Coach Lockwood assisted Coach Pat Summitt at Tennessee, where he helped the Lady Vols capture two national championships. In addition, Coach Lockwood coached 26 WNBA Draft picks in Knoxville. Before becoming one of the most accomplished women's basketball assistant coaches in the country, Coach Lockwood coached on the men's side. Specifically, he was the head coach at Northwood University and at Saginaw Valley State University and coaching stops with the men at Army, Tennessee, and Central Michigan. From the opening tip of this podcast, you will fall in love with this incredible transformational coach. Quite simply, throughout the conversation, his passion for his players, his head coaches, the game of basketball, and people resonates. A lifelong learner, Coach Lockwood offers incredible insight into transitioning from the men's to the women's sidelines. Furthermore, Dean's tips for young coaches on the power of words when coaching, post play, recruiting, and teaching are well thought out. This is a high-level basketball coach, no matter who he coaches, who so passionately directs this podcast and will surely inspire you to coach, wherever you are at, at a much higher level. Follow Coach Dean Lockwood @Coach_LockwoodFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDroSimpsons is Greater ThanA podcast about the impact of The Simpsons. Plus, interviews with people from the show.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Smart Passive Income PodcastWeekly interviews, strategy, and advice for building your online business the smart way.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyDEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP chronicles Murphy's remarkable journey. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMoneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

The Crown IRL
Indigo Dudley from Michigan - Miss Saginaw County 2022

The Crown IRL

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 49:32


Indigo was recently crowned Miss Saginaw County 2022 and will compete for the title of Miss Michigan in June! She is excited to be a part of an organization filled with success-driven women.Indigo is a graduate from Saginaw Valley State University where she earned her Bachelors in General Studies and tripled minored in Music, Musical Theatre, and Black Studies. During her time at the university she served many roles, some of them being a Program Coordinator for the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, a Senior Orientation Leader, and President of the Organization of Black Unity. She currently works as a Mentor & Site Coordinator for Michigan International Prep School. Indigo's passions include community service, the arts, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) best practices. She has served on numerous committees and boards, her most recent appointment being the Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission. She has also had the opportunity to present and facilitate many conversations regarding DEI and creating better environments for marginalized communities. These passions are the fundamentals that formed her social impact initiative "My Music Matters." Indigo's Socials Titleholder IG: https://www.instagram.com/misssaginawcounty/https://linktr.ee/misssaginaw Personal IG: https://www.instagram.com/indiviolet12/ The Crown IRLInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecrownirl/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecrownirlShelbyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelby_lentz/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shelbylentzmusicMiss Southwest MIInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/missmisouthwest/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Miss-Southwest-Michigan-and-Miss-Sunset-Coast-Scholarship-Pageants-129488850409140Miss Americahttps://www.instagram.com/missamerica/

Bob Hausler's Songwriters in the Round / Eclectic Chair archives
Promo for DStreet's Songwriters in the Round Show May 22nd 2-4pm @MI Element grains and grounds

Bob Hausler's Songwriters in the Round / Eclectic Chair archives

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 1:37


Everybody This is Bob Hausler for the Songwriters in the Round podcast. I have some exciting news, we are going to be presenting Dstreet's Songwriters in the Round series at MI Elements grains and grounds in Midland. We like to send out a huge thank you to Garber Chevrolet of Midland for being our main sponsor. Be sure to stop in and thank them and let them know you appreciate their efforts to enhance the community by sponsoring the Songwriters in the Round. They are the reason we can offer these events free to the public.   The show will be Sunday, May 22nd from 2-4 pm at MI Elements grains and grounds 3124 Jefferson Ave, Midland, MI  We were very pleased to be invited in to use this wonderful space and we feel it will provide a great listening room for our audience and performers.   Our featured songwriters this month will be Ann Arbor's Americana Queen Songstress Bill Edwards and Sarah Schingeck Bill Edwards is both a master of the songwriting craft and a seasoned and compelling performer. He started his career in the singer-songwriter scene in Buffalo, NY in the '70s, and his journey has led him from bluegrass to country-rock, to classic country and Americana.  All along the way, the constant has been songwriting. Bill won the Country division of Billboard's® national songwriting contest and his songs have been recorded by other artists and featured on TV and the silver screen. He's held staff-writer positions in Nashville and studied the craft at the feet of masters.  Bill can more than hold his own with both acoustic and electric guitar, with fiddle, mandolin, and lap steel.  He sings with an expressive voice that brings his songs to life like no one else's. Years of shows for audiences small and large have honed his performance skills, whether solo or with a band.  Bill boasts a catalog of seven full-length albums of original songs. His latest, 61356, is available here and here. Bill produced, arranged, recorded, and mixed the entire project in his home studio.  Bill continues to write songs that'll move your heart or move your feet or both. He's a songwriter's songwriter. '' -Harry Stinson, Producer, songwriter, drummer for artists including Lyle Lovett, Marty Stuart, Trisha Yearwood, Matraca Berg   Sarah Schingeck Sarah has sung in various local groups including Biss, Folkit, The Pedley Project, The John Reece Project, Sarah, and the Groove, The Sugarbeats, The Schindigs, and various worship bands in churches in both Holland, MI. and the Saginaw/Bay area.  Sarah majored in music at Hope College in Holland, MI., and Mastered in Early Childhood Education at Saginaw Valley State University.  She has used her college degrees to share the joy of music-making with a career in Elementary Music in the Essexville-Hampton Public School District.  Sarah treasures acoustic music and the work of talented singer/songwriters and through their influence Sarah felt inspired to write her own music and songs.  Sarah released her first EP titled "Be Still" in January of 2018 which included five of Sarah's original songs.  The EP was recorded at Reed Recording Company in Bay City, MI.  Sarah's vocal stylings have been inspired by and compared to artists such as Gillian Welch and May Erlewine.  Her songwriting styles vary from thoughtful, tender, and spirit-filled to silly and clever. They will be joined by me, Bob Hausler, hosting and sharing some of my songs and stories.  Let's recap Dstreet and Garber Chevy presents Songwriters in the Round at MI Elements grains and grounds 3124 Jefferson Ave. Midland MI. Sunday,May 22nd from 2-4 pm.   Did I mention this is a FREE show? This is easily a $20 ticket but because of our wonderful sponsors, DStreet Music Foundation, Garber Chevrolet of Midland, and MI Element grains and grounds, you get to see it for FREE.  Also, Radio Wasteland Records of Midland has given us a $25 gift certificate to be given away at the show. 

Bob Hausler's Songwriters in the Round / Eclectic Chair archives
DStreet's Songwriters in the Round show May 22nd 2-4 PM MI Element grains and grounds

Bob Hausler's Songwriters in the Round / Eclectic Chair archives

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:24


Hi Everybody This is Bob Hausler for the Songwriters in the Round podcast. I have some exciting news, we are going to be presenting Dstreet's Songwriters in the Round series at MI Elements grains and grounds in Midland. We like to send out a huge thank you to Garber Chevrolet of Midland for being our main sponsor. Be sure to stop in and thank them and let them know you appreciate their efforts to enhance the community by sponsoring the Songwriters in the Round. They are the reason we can offer these events free to the public.   The show will be Sunday, May 22nd from 2-4 pm at MI Elements grains and grounds 3124 Jefferson Ave, Midland, MI  We were very pleased to be invited in to use this wonderful space and we feel it will provide a great listening room for our audience and performers.   Our featured songwriters this month will be Ann Arbor's Americana Queen Songstress Bill Edwards and Sarah Schingeck Bill Edwards is both a master of the songwriting craft and a seasoned and compelling performer. He started his career in the singer-songwriter scene in Buffalo, NY in the '70s, and his journey has led him from bluegrass to country-rock, to classic country and Americana.  All along the way, the constant has been songwriting. Bill won the Country division of Billboard's® national songwriting contest and his songs have been recorded by other artists and featured on TV and the silver screen. He's held staff-writer positions in Nashville and studied the craft at the feet of masters.  Bill can more than hold his own with both acoustic and electric guitar, with fiddle, mandolin, and lap steel.  He sings with an expressive voice that brings his songs to life like no one else's. Years of shows for audiences small and large have honed his performance skills, whether solo or with a band.  Bill boasts a catalog of seven full-length albums of original songs. His latest, 61356, is available here and here. Bill produced, arranged, recorded, and mixed the entire project in his home studio.  Bill continues to write songs that'll move your heart or move your feet or both. He's a songwriter's songwriter. '' -Harry Stinson, Producer, songwriter, drummer for artists including Lyle Lovett, Marty Stuart, Trisha Yearwood, Matraca Berg   Sarah Schingeck Sarah has sung in various local groups including Biss, Folkit, The Pedley Project, The John Reece Project, Sarah, and the Groove, The Sugarbeats, The Schindigs, and various worship bands in churches in both Holland, MI. and the Saginaw/Bay area.  Sarah majored in music at Hope College in Holland, MI., and Mastered in Early Childhood Education at Saginaw Valley State University.  She has used her college degrees to share the joy of music-making with a career in Elementary Music in the Essexville-Hampton Public School District.  Sarah treasures acoustic music and the work of talented singer/songwriters and through their influence Sarah felt inspired to write her own music and songs.  Sarah released her first EP titled "Be Still" in January of 2018 which included five of Sarah's original songs.  The EP was recorded at Reed Recording Company in Bay City, MI.  Sarah's vocal stylings have been inspired by and compared to artists such as Gillian Welch and May Erlewine.  Her songwriting styles vary from thoughtful, tender, and spirit-filled to silly and clever. They will be joined by me, Bob Hausler, hosting and sharing some of my songs and stories.  Let's recap Dstreet and Garber Chevy presents Songwriters in the Round at MI Elements grains and grounds 3124 Jefferson Ave. Midland MI. Sunday,May 22nd from 2-4 pm.   Did I mention this is a FREE show? This is easily a $20 ticket but because of our wonderful sponsors, DStreet Music Foundation, Garber Chevrolet of Midland, and MI Element grains and grounds, you get to see it for FREE.  Also, Radio Wasteland Records of Midland has given us a $25 gift certificate to be given away at the show. 

Taralets Talk: The Filipino Expat Chronicles
Season 2 Episode 5: A Reflection of a Filipino Immigrant Teacher with Melojeane Carillo Zawilinski

Taralets Talk: The Filipino Expat Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 44:41


Teaching in the United States presents unique challenges to Asian immigrant educators. These challenges find reverberation in the classroom, where Asian culture tends to hold teachers in much higher regard and are well respected than in other parts of the world.However, not only do immigrant teachers have to adapt to a new culture but also to regulations that govern a country's education system. In today's episode, we talked with Mrs. Zawilinski about the challenges foreign-born teachers like her may face when serving in classrooms across the United States. She shares:her childhood and what started her journey as a teacher in the Philippines;her experience in completing the process of becoming a licensed Language Arts and English teacher in the United States;her teaching methods and approaches based upon the different values and cultures of the students;her knowledge and advice for both students and aspiring teachers in the Philippines. About our guest:Masters' Degree, Masters of Arts in Teaching Lecturer at Central Michigan University(GOA) Global Outreach Ambassador - University of Michigan10 years English Instructor at Saginaw Valley State University - local and international studentsFormer English Teacher/ESL Directorate at Taiwan Adventist International SchoolFormer Teacher Immaculate Heart of Mary College, Philippines Memorable quote from the guest:“With all the adjustments, all the combination of my experiences & skills that I have developed through the different exposures and different ages—I have taught pre-school to university and even master's students. Yung gamut ng range ng mga age level, that really fortified or forged my profession in teaching.” Article mentioned in this episode: SVSU Passport to the World Recommendation to read: A Phenomenological Study of Filipino Immigrant Teachers in South Texas From Exposition to Adaptation: The Lived Experience of Filipino Educators Working in an International School Setting  Have questions, comments, or concerns? We'd love to hear from you. Subscribe:  Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Audible | Amazon Music | Goodpods | iHeartRADIO |  

Intercollegiate Tennis Association
Laying Down the Law with Ryan Ruzziconi

Intercollegiate Tennis Association

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 41:22 Very Popular


If you thought trying to win a dual match was a pressure-filled environment, try negotiating and drafting billion-dollar deals. That is exactly what today's guest was doing before joining the college coaching ranks. Ryan Ruzziconi is the head women's tennis coach at Saginaw Valley State University. He gave up his career in the legal profession to pursue his true passion for coaching tennis which he has done at all levels of the game. In this podcast we discuss what skills Ryan has brought from his past life as a lawyer to help him in his current role; his progression from high school tennis coaching to college coaching and how he and his community is dealing with the aftermath of a tragic mass shooting last November in Oxford, Michigan.

The Share Chair Podcast
263- Live Your Life, Yipy, Spring Lake

The Share Chair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 31:59


In this week's episode of The Share Chair Podcast: Stories from School, we travel to Spring Lake High School and talk to Yipy Vlasma, a senior who plays on a club soccer team. Yipy talks about how soccer has impacted his life from when he was playing the game at the orphanage where he grew up to now. He also talks about the experience of being recruited to play for Saginaw Valley State University in the fall. Listen more to Yipy's story and be sure to look for more episodes after spring break.

Fraternity Foodie Podcast by Greek University
Rod Knoerr: How do you shift your perspective from victim to victor?

Fraternity Foodie Podcast by Greek University

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 31:04


Our next guest was the devoted husband to his wife Beth for 40 years, the last 3 in the storm of terminal cancer. During this journey in the storm they grew so close to each other and discovered purpose as they encouraged and served those around them. As a dentist and certified leadership coach, he has devoted his life to helping others realize their potential. Everyone is in the midst of a storm, or will be in the future. His secrets of perspective shift in the storm will allow others to experience impactfulness they never could have imagined. Rod is the author of "Don't Waste This Storm". In episode 226 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Rod Knoerr chose Saginaw Valley State University for his undergraduate experience, what he thought when his wife of 40 years received the diagnosis of terminal cancer, how he shifted his perspective from victim to victor, what it means when he says "it's not WHERE you find yourself, but instead, it's about WHO you're with that matters", techniques to reduce anxiety, tips to reduce sleeplessness, why students should be building on the rock as an individual instead of the sand, how we can use humor to walk on water with a smile on your face, and Rod's favorite local restaurant in Marshall, Michigan. Enjoy! Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_XI5pMZ6Fg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_XI5pMZ6Fg  

Saginaw Art Museum
Episode 42- Amadeus - Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Pit and Balcony, SVSU Concert Choir

Saginaw Art Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 21:44


On April 2, The Temple Theatre will host a masterful collaboration between the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Pit & Balcony Theatre, and Saginaw Valley State University's Concert Choir, and various vocal soloists as they present Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus. This production will include a broad range of Mozart's music played out on the stage. Today we speak with guests Maestro Fouad Fakhouri of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Amy Spadafore, Managing Director of the Pit & Balcony Theatre, and Director Dr. Todd Thomas about the collaborative nature of this incredible production. Listen in and make plans to see the performance. www.templetheatre.com www.pitandbalcony.com www.saginawbayorchestra.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/templearts/support

Business of Small College Athletics Podcast
BOSCA Presents - Maximizing the Role of the Senior Woman Administrator

Business of Small College Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 53:05


This BOSCA Presents session features a panel conversation focused on maximizing the role of the Senior Woman Administrator in athletics. The panel, moderated by Kristy Bayer (Athletic Director at Rockhurst University) includes Angela Pohl (Deputy AD/SWA at Saginaw Valley State University), Jenn Bell (Athletic Director at Converse University), and Dr. Chris Ratcliffe (Athletic Director at Rogers State University). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jim-abbott/support

The 4D Athletes Podcast
#10 Josh Kozuch: How do we coach our thoughts and set up our mind for success?

The 4D Athletes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 36:35


This episode is about the importance of setting your mind up for success. How do you coach your thoughts and train your brain to think in a way that will lead to positivity and personal success In this episode, Jim and Jason are joined by Josh Kozuch, mental performance coach for the Tampa Bay Rays. Josh played college baseball (Catcher) at Oakland University and Saginaw Valley State University (both in Michigan). Then he went to Barry University in Miami, FL where he got my Masters in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology His coaching career started an internship with the NY Mets in 2016. Then he was hired full time and was with the organization through 2019 moving my way up to a Coordinator position in 2019 He. worked with the AHL Springfield Thunderbirds 2018-2019, Florida Panthers affiliate He currently works for the Tampa Bay Rays AA and AAA teams as their Mental Performance Coach Check out Josh's YouTube Channel below https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBL4YbLRQCE7OUarYh1J34w --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4dathletes/message

State Champs! Network
Mike Darbee - Saginaw Valley State | Poolside Podcast

State Champs! Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 41:56


This week on the Poolside Podcast, co-hosts Lorne Plant and David Zulkiewski are joined by Saginaw Valley State University assistant men's & women's swimming coach Mike Darbee. Presented by LTU Athletics & sponsored by the MHSAA, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Goodman Acker P.C., and the Detroit Athletic Club Athlete of the Year Award. -- Recruit yourself to any of over two-dozen varsity NAIA programs at Lawrence Technological University by visiting www.ltuathletics.com Learn more about becoming a registered MHSAA Official at https://www.mhsaa.com/officials Check out all of the Game Changers segments on YouTube: https://bit.ly/DMCGameChangers Or visit www.dmc.org/gamechangers to schedule an appointment to take your game to the next level. Check out the Goodman Acker Good Decision Great Play of the Week on YouTube: bit.ly/GoodmanAckerPOTW Or learn more about the Goodman Acker Law Firm: www.goodmanacker.com Nominations are now being accepted for the Detroit Athletic Club Athlete of the Year Award. If you're a high school senior who has earned (or is projected to earn) All-State Honors, maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and loves to give back to the community, download your application from www.dacathleteoftheyear.com

State Champs! Poolside Podcast
Mike Darbee - Saginaw Valley State

State Champs! Poolside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 41:57


This week on the Poolside Podcast, co-hosts Lorne Plant and David Zulkiewski are joined by Saginaw Valley State University assistant men's & women's swimming coach Mike Darbee.Presented by LTU Athletics & sponsored by the MHSAA, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Goodman Acker P.C., and the Detroit Athletic Club Athlete of the Year Award.--Recruit yourself to any of over two-dozen varsity NAIA programs at Lawrence Technological University by visiting www.ltuathletics.comLearn more about becoming a registered MHSAA Official at https://www.mhsaa.com/officialsCheck out all of the Game Changers segments on YouTube: https://bit.ly/DMCGameChangersOr visit www.dmc.org/gamechangers to schedule an appointment to take your game to the next level.Check out the Goodman Acker Good Decision Great Play of the Week on YouTube: bit.ly/GoodmanAckerPOTWOr learn more about the Goodman Acker Law Firm: www.goodmanacker.comNominations are now being accepted for the Detroit Athletic Club Athlete of the Year Award. If you're a high school senior who has earned (or is projected to earn) All-State Honors, maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and loves to give back to the community, download your application from www.dacathleteoftheyear.com

The Two Point Zero Podcast
63. Net Worth = Self-Worth? Learn Why This Is True For Some More Than Others

The Two Point Zero Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 45:13


This week, I spoke with Dr Deborah Ward about the consequences of basing our self-worth on financial success. I was interested in this topic because I wanted to understand why some people place so much importance on financial success compared with others. I learned from Dr Ward that it's because some people derive their sense of self-worth from how financially successful they are. We also discussed what to do if you're someone like that.Besides the topic of deriving self-worth from financial success, Dr Ward also shares her insights and experiences about why she decided to pursue a career in academia and what you'll need to be aware of if you're considering going into academia. We talked about the key to success for a career in research, like the need for collaboration, of finding good mentors, how to view failure differently, and the tenacity, independence and balance needed to thrive. Dr. Deborah Ward recently graduated with her Ph.D. in Social-Personality Psychology from University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. She earned her B.A. in Liberal Arts from Muhlenberg College, where she double majored in Psychology and Russian Studies, and her M.S. in Psychology from Villanova University. Currently, Dr. Ward is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Saginaw Valley State University.Broadly, Dr. Ward studies topics related to identity threat. People are susceptible to identity-threat when they receive negative feedback related to important aspects of the self (e.g., competence, appearance). Much of her work revolves around the consequences of basing self-worth on financial success. More recently, she has applied this work to academic contexts with the goal of understanding how to identify circumstances – in the classroom or university-wide – that could threaten students' self-esteem or self-efficacy, and potentially discourage them from meeting or pursuing academic goals. Dr. Ward has also conducted research on numerous other topics, including romantic relationships, economic inequality, cultural norms, and coping with stressors.I'm grateful to Dr Ward for sharing her perspective, wisdom and insights from her work and her own journey and I know you'll enjoy this one!You can connect with Dr Ward through email at deward@svsu.edu

My Independence Report
MIR- Jenifer DeBellis- author and Assault Trauma Advocate

My Independence Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 69:16


Teaching writer and assault trauma advocate Jenifer DeBellis, M.F.A., is author of Warrior Sister, Cut Yourself Free from Your Assault (Library Tales Publishing, 2021) and Blood Sisters (Main Street Rag, 2018). She edits Pink Panther Magazine—an international women's art and literature journal in its 12th year— and directs aRIFT+ Warrior Project and Detroit Writers' Guild. When she's not editing or writing for others, she sneaks in time for her own craft, which has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and appears in AWP's Festival Writer, Calyx, the Good Men Project, Literary Orphans, Sliver of Stone, Solstice, and other fine journals. A former fellow for the Meadow Brook Writing Project, JDB facilitates workshops for Oakland University's MBWP Writing Camps as well as teaches for Saginaw Valley State University and Macomb Community College. After decades mentoring assault survivors, she's excited to help bring positive change and self-help resources to teen girls, young women, or anyone working to overcome assault trauma. This positive change movement is designed around an integration of trauma-informed recovery literature, outreach initiatives and services, and speaking engagements aimed to reach every survivor, high school, and college counseling center, as well as assault trauma outreach advocates and agencies across the nation (and beyond) who serve them.

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 48 - Randy Baruth, Head Coach at Saginaw Valley State University

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 43:10


Coach Randy BaruthIn this episode, you'll hear from Randy Baruth. Coach Randy is currently the head coach at Saginaw Valley State University. Coach Baruth is in year ten at this terrific Division II basketball program. And, Coach Randy and his squad is off to a great start this season. Fresh off defeating a Division I program (for the first time in school history), Coach Randy has a team that is poised to compete for a conference championship this winter. As you soon will hear, Coach Baruth does an excellent job of telling his coaching story. Instantly you will learn that Randy is a teacher at heart. Coach Randy was a 4th grade teacher and boys and girls basketball coach in South Dakota that loved his job and teams but simply wanted to be involved in coaching 24/7. Before becoming the head coach at Saginaw Valley, Coach Baruth was mentored by Tim Miles, Don Meyer, and Larry Krystkowiak. He does an honorable job of depicting the impact that these coaches have made on his coaching development. If you follow Randy on Twitter, you will see that his Twitter bio is empowering:  “Father, Husband, Brother. Toughness. Communication. Preparation. Servanthood. ATTITUDE/EFFORT.”  Wait until you hear how Coach Randy breaks down so many of these keywords that he lives and coaches by. Coach Randy's thoughts on game preparation are a must listen. And his simple thoughts on recruiting are really practical for young coaches. Finally, the level of vulnerability that Coach Randy shares about his coaching journey is really inspiring. This is a head coach who is in year ten that is always trying to evolve to be a better coach, leader, and mentor to the young men in his basketball program. Get your notebooks ready, this is not a podcast just about X and O's. This is a podcast about leadership and truly serving others. Follow Coach Randy Baruth @CoachBaruthFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMoneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

Cause for Joy Podcast
S1 E11: Advent Series Week 2 - Litany of Peace

Cause for Joy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 39:25


Mercy, mercy, mercy, PEACE!! Week two of Advent is upon us and this week Emma and Mary Kate are joined by Madison Velez as they discuss living out peace. Madison is part of an exciting initiative! "The Hopeful Future Scholarship" which is a fund started by Matthew Bartels (who is now an alumnus of Saginaw Valley State University) and Madison Velez (a current student at SVSU) and run through the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan. The purpose of the scholarship is to financially assist pregnant and/or parenting students at SVSU and Delta College in an effort to promote a culture of life. Please prayerfully consider contributing to this fund to assist young parents navigate the many challenges they face in this world by visiting the following link: https://ccfmm.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/create?funit_id=1495. If you have any questions, please direct them to mvvelez@svsu.edu or (989) 293-3295. Pax Christi! causeforjoy.official@gmail.com

Your Sunday Drive
Your Sunday Drive 3.12 - Faith & College (With Hannah Balbaugh and Gabe Nelson)

Your Sunday Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 61:27


How are things going on college campuses these days? What issues do college aged people face? What do they value? Is Christianity still a viable option for Zoomers? As our country becomes more post-Christian and pluralistic, what does the gospel even look like in a campus setting? In this episode we have a roundtable discussion about these topics and more with Hannah Balbaugh and Gabe Nelson - leaders in the Standing in the Gap campus ministries at Saginaw Valley State University and Northwood University (and representative actual young people! :) ) Come along for Your Sunday Drive - quick conversation about current events, politics, pop culture and more, from the perspective of a couple of guys trying to follow Jesus.Hosts: Matt Hill and Nate Polzin. Presented by the Church in Drive of Saginaw, MI, as often as possible. Please visit churchindrive.com and facebook.com/thechurchindrive Required attributions: Straight Through by Groove Bakery | https://groovebakery.com; Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com; Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0); https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/; Source images via Google.

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!
#136: Patrick Oliverio

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 47:03


Our sponsor: Houghton Horns - Use code "recipe" at checkout for 10% off the purchase of one "Recipe for Success" book for horn. More info in the episode! Code is valid through December 3rd.www.houghtonhorns.comOliverio Studies - https://oliveriostudios.com/new/In this episode, we're continuing the conversation Patrick and I started on a previous episode (#61) about Oliverio Studios.Patrick Oliverio is currently solo cornet with the Fountain City Brass Band, Adjunct Professor of Trumpet at Saginaw Valley State University, and is an active clinician and private lessons instructor in the Detroit metro area. He has had the pleasure of performing with ensembles such as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Kansas City Symphony, Kansas City Ballet, and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. Patrick began his music education at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville which he attended for his undergraduate degree in trumpet performance. During his time in Fayetteville, Patrick had the pleasure of performing with The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, Arkansas Philharmonic, and the Fulbright Brass Quintet. Some of his selected achievements include: winning 1st and 2nd place at the state and regional level of the MTNA Soloist competition and the International Trumpet Guild's Scholarship Competition in 2011, 2012, and 2013. In 2013, Patrick moved to Kansas City with his wife Jennifer Oliverio and joined the award-winning group the Fountain City Brass Band. Since becoming full-time members, the FCBB have won their 7th US Open Competition and 5th North American Brass Band Championship. He also had the opportunity to tour with Fountain City to Gateshead, England in 2017 when they placed 2nd in Brass in Concert and 3rd in the Scottish Open Championship. In 2016, Patrick began his graduate studies at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance. During his masters studies Patrick had the pleasure of playing in the Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and the Conservatory Wind Symphony under the direction of Professor Steven D. Davis. Patrick was a member and a soloist of the Wind Symphony during their featured performance at the 2017 CBDNA conference in Kansas City. That same year Patrick placed 1st in the Graduate Solo Division of the National Trumpet Competition in Denver, Colorado.In 2018, Patrick accepted a Graduate Teaching Assistantship at Michigan State University for his DMA studies. While at Michigan State Patrick has performed with the Beaumont Brass Quintet, Symphony Orchestra, and the Wind Symphony under the direction of Dr. Kevin Sedatole. Patrick has studied with phenomenal teachers such as Frank Campos, Ed Carroll, Justin Emerich, Dr. Richard Rulli, and Dr. Keith Benjamin.Patrick is an endorsing artist for Bach Trumpets. Support the show (https://thatsnotspit.com/support/)

The Corrected View - An Ortho-k & Myopia Control Podcast

Want to learn how to do ortho-K? Enroll NOW in the AAOMC Virtual Boot Camp for Newcomers https://www.orthokmeeting.com/ Dr. Somi Oh joins Matt on The Corrected View podcast to discuss what happens when a patient stops using their nightwear ortho-k. CONTACT THE PODCAST: thecorrectedview@gmail.com BECOME A MEMBER: https://aaomc.site-ym.com/page/become-a-member PODCAST WEBSITE: https://aaomc.site-ym.com/page/TCVpodSUBSCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-corrected-view-an-ortho-k-myopia-control-podcast/id1204529000 AAOMC FB GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AAOMC Matthew Martin has been practicing for 20 years providing comprehensive care, managing ocular disease, and specialty contact lenses. He specializes in pediatric eye care and myopia management. He's a Fellow of the International Academy Orthokeratology and Myopia Control, a Retired Board Member of the International Academy Orthokeratology and Myopia Control and a Founding Member of Mission Myopia Control.Beth Gehoski has been in education for over 20 years working as a secondary business education teacher, and more currently, the Work-Based Learning Coordinator for Western High School. Her passion lies in helping students discover and explore career interests and pathways for success in the professional world.My name is Ashley Peters and I am currently a second year optometry student at the Michigan College of Optometry (MCO) at Ferris State University. I completed my undergraduate studies at Saginaw Valley State University, earning a bachelor's degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. I am one of the class representatives for the class of 2024 at MCO and am also involved as the President-Elect of the Michigan Optometric Student Association. In my free time, I spend lots of time studying, but also enjoy watching hockey and making charcuterie boards. I am so excited to be able to continue to learn and grow into a future eyecare professional. My name is Joshua Rabideau. I had the honor of working with my mentor, Dr. Matthew Martin, in highschool and continued on throughout my undergraduate degree. I went to undergrad at Saginaw Valley State University and optometry school at the Michigan College of Optometry. I am now one of the Battle Creek VA ocular disease optometry residents.

The Hockey House
Hockey House Episode 40: Rebirth Sports

The Hockey House

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:27


Doug Greene of Rebirth Sports joins the show to talk about how his ACHA career led him to starting his own jersey manufacturing business. Rebirth has made appearances in Sports Illustrated and on ESPN thanks to John Buccigross. Doug played at Saginaw Valley State University where they often struggled with the process of getting new jerseys. Rebirth Sports was built to help club hockey teams look their best without having to jump through hoops.

The Michigan Opportunity
Ep.31 JoAnn Crary - President, Saginaw Future

The Michigan Opportunity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 19:56 Transcription Available


“Saginaw Future”, where its headed, success stories and economic opportunities for the Great Lakes Bay Region.Join JoAnn Crary, President of Saginaw Future, and host Ed Clemente as they discuss Saginaw area economic opportunities.  Learn about the unique ecosystem of Saginaw and the balance between urban business district, agriculture, and manufacturing.  She also serves on many other organizations, including being on board for Saginaw Valley State University, helping assist one of her top priorities of talent retention and attraction.  Also, she has been actively involved in the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) especially in Inclusive Economic Development.  They also chat about the great history of Michigan-based Hemlock Semiconductor as well as other businesses in the Great Lakes Bay Region. You can also read the transcript from our conversation. 

Divij’s Den
FBOY Island's JOSH Speaks On His Journey With Sarah and Final Elimination | Divij's Den | Ep 16

Divij’s Den

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 51:45


FBOY Island's JOSH Speaks On His Journey With Sarah and Final Elimination | Divij's Den | Ep 16 Josh From FBoy Island Has An Instagram That Will Make You Want To Book A Vacation Stat. HBO Max's FBoy Island is as much a dating series as it is a detective show. After arriving in the Cayman Islands, leads Sarah Emig, CJ Franco, and Nakia Renee are tasked with figuring out which of their 24 men are self-proclaimed nice guys looking for a real relationship, and which are just Fboys there for a shot at the $100,000 prize. One man who seems to fall into the latter camp is Josh McDonald, a 34-year-old from Chicago who forms a connection with Sarah . Here's everything to know about the potential frontrunner. Josh Hosts A Travel Podcast It's fair to say that Josh is a worldly guy; in fact, his entire brand is based around travel. He hosts a podcast called “Travel Guydes” on which he and his cohost offer advice to make “travel easy for everyday people,” including comprehensive guides to specific countries, tips on travel etiquette, and basic information like how to acquire a passport. Beyond that, Josh works as a brand marketer and entrepreneur. His interests include photography, fitness, and music as well as spending time with family and friends. If you're going to call yourself the “travel guy,” you better live up to the title. On Instagram, Josh does just that. He has photos in Colombia, Aruba, South Africa, and even the Sedona Vortex. “The best part about explorer mode being activated (and being given bogus directions) is the opportunity to deviate from the traditional paths and trails to explore whatever looks interesting in the moment,” reads one post. True to form, Josh also has several saved stories across the top of his feed that chronicle his travel exploits to places like Puerto Rico, New Zealand, and Greece. Josh Get Close With Sarah Josh has yet to reveal if he's a good guy or Fboy, but after the first three episodes, it's clear whatever he's doing is working. He's caught the eye of Sarah, a 24-year-old social media manager also from Chicago, who told the cameras that Josh is everything she could possibly want in a guy on paper. In Josh's FBoy Island bio, Josh says he likes women who are intelligent, ambitious, and open to new experiences. He's looking forward to “peeling back the layers” and is all about direct communication. “Don't hate me if...I speak my mind bluntly,” his bio reads. These qualities have clearly piqued the interest of Sarah, who invited him to spend some one-on-one time on a sunlit beach. Their conversation was impactful, but didn't end with a kiss. So later, Josh asked Sarah if he could kiss her, and she happily obliged. She told the cameras that while she usually doesn't like when guys ask to kiss her, it worked with Josh. He'll definitely be one to watch as the season progresses — if Sarah can stay away from admitted Fboy Garrett. HBO Max's FBoy Island starts out like your typical dating show: three women arrive on a beach hoping to find love with one of the awaiting suitors. Except it's not just about finding the right connection — they also have to decipher which half of their 24 men are self-proclaimed “nice guys” genuinely looking for a relationship, and which half are “Fboys” only on the show for their chance at the $100,00 prize. One of the men putting the women's intuition to the test is Jared Motley, a 27-year-old Miami resident who's no stranger to the beach. Here's everything else to know about the fitness enthusiast. Jared Is A Former Football Player Though he currently lives in Miami, Jared originally grew up in Okemos, Michigan and attended Saginaw Valley State University, where he played defensive back on their football team. Athleticism and fitness are still clearly important to him, as a quick scroll through his Instagram shows.

Ignite 2 Impact Podcast - Raise up and Inspire the Next Generation of Leaders
Ep.109 The Top Reasons You're Not Sticking with Your Exercise Routine

Ignite 2 Impact Podcast - Raise up and Inspire the Next Generation of Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 34:06


Are you struggling with sticking to an exercise routine?  Do you say to yourself, “I know I should be working out, but…” Join us as we talk with Milton Oliver, my personal trainer and coach, and a CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) about the best ways to stick to your exercise routines so that you can look and feel good. What’s holding you back from achieving the body you’ve always dreamed of? We discuss these barriers, ways to defeat them, and a wide array of healthy habits that we all could benefit from adopting. With more than 15 years of experience changing bodies, minds, and lives, Milton’s growing career includes flexibility/mobility training for Saginaw’s Arthur Hill High School’s athletic programs, personal training at the Detroit Athletic Club, one of the nation’s most prestigious athletic clubs, and collaborative work with renowned strength coach Mike Barwis. Milton holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise from Saginaw Valley State University and a Master’s of Administration from Wayne State University. Tune in! KEY TAKEAWAYS  Tips for sticking to your workout routine.  How often should we be working out? What is the difference between “exercise” and “physical activity”? RESOURCES MENTIONED drgenevaspeaks.com CONNECT oliverfitpd@gmail.com  

Run The Power : A Football Coach's Podcast
Drew Burton - Developing Tight Ends & Offensive Linemen Ep. 266

Run The Power : A Football Coach's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 65:20


On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Drew Burton. Coach Burton is the OL/TE Coach and Run Game Coordinator at Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, Michigan. Listen as we talk with Coach Burton about recruiting and developing OL and TE, how to stand out in a state with several colleges that play football, and making the move from working in the private sector to coaching football. You can follow Coach Burton on Twitter @CoachDrewBurton. This episode of Run the Power is brought to you by Legend Rings. Legend Rings is THE official ring supplier of Run The Power podcast. The team at Legend Rings wants to help you celebrate your regional and state championship title this season! Their goal is to make your championship ring purchase simple, easy, and affordable from design to delivery! Check them out at www.LegendRings.com or email INFO@legendrings.com to get started, let them know that Run The Power sent you and they will make your ring for free! This episode of Run the Power is brought to you by Just Play Solutions. Just Play provides coaches with football playbook and game planning tools to prepare faster and engage with today’s athlete. Create and organize your playbook with terminology, diagrams, video, and assignments. Just Play has a limited offer for RTP listeners only. Get My Just Play PRO for $120. That is $60 off normal list price. This offer ends June 1st. Get this deal at justplaysolutions.com/rtp/. The best playbook tool on the market! Don't wait, do it today! Learn more at justplaysolutions.com/rtp/ This episode of Run The Power is brought to you by TeamBuildr. TeamBuildr is again offering coaches a free In-season Football Strength Program. As you may recall, the New England Patriots squat up to 90% of their 1-Rep Max deep into the playoffs. If your in-season strength and conditioning philosophy is to "maintain," then you are doing it wrong. You can get the program once you start a 14-day trial with TeamBuildr. Just reach out and tell them that you heard from Rowdy and the RTP podcast or use Code RTP when you sign up for your free trial at TeamBuildr.com

Fraternity Foodie Podcast by Greek University
Tyler Manning: How do you ensure that the student conduct process is fair for students?

Fraternity Foodie Podcast by Greek University

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 49:50


Today we have with us Tyler Manning! He serves as the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, where he has the privilege & opportunity to work with 20 fraternities and sororities and 4 governing councils. Tyler serves as a volunteer for the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values, and Sigma Pi Fraternity. Tyler is a 2016 graduate of Ball State University's Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education program, where he also earned a Certificate in University and College Teaching; He is also a 2014 graduate of Saginaw Valley State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice. In episode #140​ of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Tyler chose Saginaw Valley State University for his undergraduate experience, how his Sigma Pi membership shapes who he is today, how the FSL community at Ball State differs from Saginaw Valley, advice to chapters and councils around the country as we look towards the fall recruitment/intake process, how you ensure that the student conduct process is fair for students, what needs to change about our educational programming approach in order to end hazing, and his favorite food in Edwardsville. Enjoy! Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwMdf5Oq2nM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwMdf5Oq2nM

Taking the Leap
Episode #24: April Zeilinger

Taking the Leap

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 61:54


April Zeilinger is helping to keep her husband’s family legacy alive in the challenging arena of American textiles. She is not only the Vice President of Operations but also the heart and soul behind the Brand Awareness and Marketing for the company. April is the creator of Foodie Yarn, a fun yarn line that is dyed the colors of food and launched it during the pandemic. Zeilinger Wool Company is a fourth generation fiber mill producing thousands of pounds of natural fibers per week into yarn, socks and other items enjoyed within the craft and wool lovers market. April worked 20 years in financial institutions before leaving everything that was comfortable around her, for half of her salary and took the risk to join her husband Jon in his family business. The business had no presence on social media and a twelve year old website to start her entrepreneurial journey. She is a self-taught business gal who never wants to stop learning with a certificate in leadership from Great Lakes Bay Hispanic Leadership Institute through Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan. In this episode, April shares how she came into her own and stepped up in her career journey.

MSUWMA Podcast
Dan Porta - S2 Ep. 4

MSUWMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 48:29


Daniel Porta is a senior corporate recruiter at TechSmith Corporation as well as an alumnus from Saginaw Valley State University where he majored in communication. In this episode, Daniel discusses how you can apply for a job especially in these times when recruiting for all companies has changed since the pandemic, and what recruiters really look for in a candidate. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-porta117/ WMA website: http://msuwma.com Contact: msuwma@gmail.com Song credits: Abstract Orchestra, Fancy Clown - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYhN8is0Syg

The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
Ep. 62 Time, Physics, and Free Will with Jeff Koperski

The Reluctant Theologian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 39:57


Are you listening to this episode right now? That might seem like a silly question. Of course you are listening to this episode right now. But some philosophers and physicists say that there is no such thing as the now or the present. Instead, they say that all moments of time exist. But this might undermine your free will. In today's episode, I sit down with Dr. Jeff Koperski to discuss physics, philosophy of time, and free will. We chat about how physics does not necessarily undermine presentism and human freedom, and we even get into a bit of the relationship between physics and theology. Credits: Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a senior research fellow at the University of Helsinki's Collegium for Advanced Studies. Guest: Jeff Koperski (PhD, Ohio State University) is professor of philosophy at Saginaw Valley State University. Scientific Adviser and Show Manager: Ema Sani (PhD, University of Glasgow) is a postdoctoral fellow in biology at the University of Edinburgh. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions rtmullins.com

The Fishbowl: Eyes on Education
88 - Michigan Authorizer Series - FSU and SVSU

The Fishbowl: Eyes on Education

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 64:36


We are so excited to end the year with our Michigan Authorizer Series! Chris and Tim are joined in The Fishbowl by Dr. Ron Rizzo, Director of the Ferris State University Charter School Office and Dr. David Lewis, Director of the School/University Partnership Office at Saginaw Valley State University. Dr. Lewis and Dr. Rizzo provide insight into their own personal backgrounds and into the essential elements of the role the Authorizer in Michigan. Both of their offices charter a diverse portfolio of students and models of education. Our goal through this series is to highlight the amazing, and often unseen work, that our Authorizers do on behalf of over 150,000 students across the State of Michigan.

Bad Ideas about Writing
18: Writer's Block Just Happens to People, by Geoffrey V. Carter

Bad Ideas about Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2020 13:59


Kyle Stedman (@kstedman) reads the bad idea "Writer's Block Just Happens to People" by Geoffrey V. Carter. It's a chapter from Bad Ideas about Writing, which was edited by Cheryl E. Ball (@s2ceball) and Drew M. Loewe (@drewloewe). Don't miss the joke: the author of the chapter is disagreeing with the bad idea stated in the chapter's title. Chapter keywords: blank pages, play of names, puns, writer's block Geoffrey V. Carter is an associate professor of English at Saginaw Valley State University, where he teaches undergraduate courses in composition. His areas of interest include writer's block, video culture, and the history of pinball. His work has appeared in journals like PRE/TEXT, Kairos, Computers and Composition, and Enculturation. He has also published chapters in Bad Ideas About Writing (2017) and Rhetorical Speculations (2019). (2020 bio) As always, the theme music is "Parade" by nctrnm, and both the book and podcast are licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. The full book was published by the West Virginia University Libraries and Digital Publishing Institute; find it online for free at https://textbooks.lib.wvu.edu/badideas. All ad revenue will be split between the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund and the Computers and Writing Graduate Research Network.

Tell Us About It: Victim Research Convos
Tell Us About It Episode 30: Building Victim Services with Research at the Saginaw Police Department

Tell Us About It: Victim Research Convos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020 33:00


Join Brittany Jeffers, the victim services specialist and unit coordinator of the Saginaw Police Department, and Dr. James Bowers, a criminal justice professor at Saginaw Valley State University, as they share their experience in conducting and using research to inform the development of law enforcement-based victim services. They also discuss the elements that have contributed to their long-term successful partnership.

Saginaw Art Museum
Danielle Cecil - On Thin Ice

Saginaw Art Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 14:34


Danielle Cecil, a recent BFA graduate of Saginaw Valley State University, uses a large format film camera to capture images related to childhood traumas. Her current exhibition On Thin Ice, can be viewed in the Artisan Wing of the Saginaw Art Museum. Today we learn a little more about Cecil’s work and process. Make a plan to visit the museum to see the exhibition. Current Museum Hours: Wednesday-Friday Noon-5pm --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saginawartmuseum/support

Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard
Diversity and Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Dr. Maxine Bryant shares her journey to serving her community

Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2020 65:16


Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard welcomes Diversity and Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Dr. Maxine Bryant  Dr. Bryant holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Ball State University, a Master of Arts Degree from Saginaw Valley State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services Degree from Walden University. All of her degrees have a concentration in Criminal Justice & Corrections. Dr. Bryant has given leadership to two criminal justice agencies. She founded and served as the Program Administrator of the Arete Community Corrections Center, a federal halfway house in Saginaw, Michigan; and she served as the Executive Director for Offender Aid & Restoration of Marion County, an agency providing educational and counseling services to inmates housed in the Marion County Jail and to ex-offenders needing assistance.

Saginaw Art Museum
Saginaw Art Museum - Art at Home - Episode 12 - Peter Rose-Barry - Philosopher

Saginaw Art Museum

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 17:38


In this episode we have a little bit different perspective on the value of the arts. Today we are talk with Peter Rose-Barry, Finkbeiner Endowed Professor of Ethics at Saginaw Valley State University. In our conversation Rose-Barry describes the value of the arts in the framework of the broad needs of our community during these challenging times. This interview was recorded April 23, 2020 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saginawartmuseum/support

Collections by Michelle Brown
Collections by Michelle Brown WSG Michelle S Johnson Founder of Playgrown

Collections by Michelle Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 93:00


Johnson calls both Saginaw and Kalamazoo, Michigan home. She has been a public scholar teaching at Grand Valley State University, Michigan State University, Saginaw Valley State University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She was one of the co-founders and Executive Directors of Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative in Kalamazoo. And every Saturday morning as DJ Disobedience she hosts Radio "Slip Back Soul" on Kalamazoo’s WIDR 89.1 FM. She formed Playgrown in 2003 with an eye on creating play spaces and experiences for teens and adults. Playgrown creates accessible intergenerational play spaces and exercise opportunities that provide transformative principles of play for populations of play-deprived teens and adults. Playgrown partnered with play organizers like interplay to create spaces and generate experiences in existing places to bring people together to play across age, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicities, and physical abilities. She applied for and received an Arcus Center for Social Justice and Leadership fellowship at Kalamazoo College from September 2011 to April 2012. During this fellowship, she researched multi and intergenerational play and focused on how play functions as a basic need. Dr. Johnson collected local, national and international data and visited playground organizers and manufacturers in parts of Europe. Beginning in Kalamazoo the project will grow to collaborate with stakeholders such as employable neighbors, urban farmers and other cultural producers to provide a café and studio lodging.

The Center for Suicide Awareness’s Podcast
SV Alternative Break Group

The Center for Suicide Awareness’s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 74:00


Saginaw Valley State University had a group from Alternative Breaks come to The Center for Suicide Awareness back in December of 2019 to learn about what they can do to break the stigma of mental health.

Cardinal Radio
Vanguard Views - EP 1

Cardinal Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 89:22


Josh and Tommy discuss current events at Saginaw Valley State University.

Skilled
Ep. 94: Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (part 1)

Skilled

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 15:56


Fox & the Forest
Cabin fever: How does the SBLC keep busy in the winter?

Fox & the Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 25:34


Welcome back, Fox and the Forest listeners! Have you ever wondered how a conservation and restoration non-profit that spends A LOT of time outside stays busy during the cold winter months? In this episode, Zak, Ted, Lisa, and Trevor discuss how they keep on task at work and enjoy a variety of personal pursuits in the midst of a Michigan winter. From writing grants and hosting our annual Osprey Awards fundraiser (February 20 at Saginaw Valley State University!) to cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and curling up with good books, the SBLC covers a lot of bases. Bundle up, grab your favorite warm beverage, and enjoy!Support the show (http://www.sblc-mi.org/giving.html)

Teachers Aligned
Dr. Ann Marie Taylor on Vulnerability, School Leadership, and Systemic Change

Teachers Aligned

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2020 73:26


Dr. Ann Marie Taylor began her college education studying Criminal Justice at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. She quickly realized that many of her young charges were struggling with special education needs which inspired her to become a special education teacher. She received her master’s degree in special education from Francis Marion University in South Carolina. Dr. Taylor began teaching in 2000 at McLaurin Elementary School in Florence and while she was working at Pine Tree Hill Elementary in Camden she earned the title of 2008 South Carolina Teacher of the Year – the first special educator to ever receive this honor. In 2008, she became National Board Certified and also received the Woman of Distinction Award from the Girl Scouts of America. In 2009, she was awarded the Educator Leadership Award from Francis Marion University. She also received the Service Award from Palmetto State Teacher's Association (PSTA). She has served as the Director of Exceptional Children in Edgefield County for six years. Taylor is currently the Executive Director at Horse Creek Academy. Ann Marie's Recommendations Education Rockstars Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/todd-scholl0/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/todd-scholl0/support

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Promotions Guy Energetic ADHD Entrepreneur & Coach Ryan Schraffenberger

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2019 17:56


Ryan started his first business when he was 14 and has been hooked on business ownership ever since. He has learned to channel his ADHD into tons of energy which helps him to outwork his competitors, and has honed the creativity to find solutions for complex challenges. After graduating Saginaw Valley State University he moved to the paradisiacal Florida Keys, where he began his marketing business, Promotions Guy. In 2016, Promotions Guy expanded to Michigan to be closer to family. He’s a former City Commissioner, an active Rotarian, a guitarist in his church band, Youth Hockey Coach and a member of various Non-Profit Boards. He loves helping others in any way that he can and we at FTN do too! I hope you enjoy our visit with this creative marketing entrepreneur!    In this episode Peter & Ryan discuss: 0:50-  Intro & welcome Ryan Schraffenberger! 1:45-  So, your resume is kinda all over the place and it still sounds like you love everything you do; tell us about that? 2:30-  When did you get diagnosed w/ ADHD; tell us your story? 3:22-  Tell us how you learned to harness all of you energy and turn it into positive energy. 4:13-  Why do you think so many people stick with jobs/professions, etc. in which they are not happy? 5:12-  On Mondays & then end of happiness for some 7:20-  You play guitar. Why and what role does it serve in your life? 8:47-  How do you balance your passion for hockey while coaching the game!? 10:17-  How do you handle bad calls in a game? 11:44-  On managing high energy 12:18-  What are your ‘go-to’s for staying calm? 13:00-  In Marketing, how do you deal with a client who just doesn’t, or will not get it? 14:10- What do you hope people will understand about us and about ADHD? 15:46-  How can people find you Ryan? www.PromotionsGuy.com email: Ryan@Promotionsguy.com or via LinkedIn or FB 16:41-  Thank you Ryan! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 17:11-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!

Big Impact Radio
Hope For The Opioid Addict

Big Impact Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 36:28


Welcome to The Big Impact Podcast Episode 138 and an important conversation about the opioid epidemic sweeping across America. Our guest is Kathleen Schachman from Saginaw Valley State University - a leading researcher and teacher on the issue, as well as advocate for recovery options. If you or someone you love is caught up in opioid addiction, this conversation is a MUST listen!

The 10 Minute Teacher Podcast
Never Yell and Other Classroom Management Secrets of a Pro [Top Episode]

The 10 Minute Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2019 15:06


Classroom management is a challenge for many teachers. Stacey Corrigan talks about how she manages her classroom. From transitions to handling disruptions, Stacey talks about the 20+ year classroom journey. She even shares the mistakes she has made and how she tries to help teachers not make those same mistakes. We're counting down the top shows of Season 5 -- this is the number 2 show of the season! Sponsor:  Today we’re talking about classroom management. Becoming more efficient at grading and lesson planning has freed up more time for me to spend with my students. Check out Angela Watson’s 40 hour workweek club at coolcatteacher.com/savetime. Registration for this cohort closes on July 15. Stacey Corrigan Stacey is a picture book author and second-grade teacher with 20+ years of experience. Her debut picture book, THE PENCIL EATER, will be released by MacLaren-Cochrane Publishing in the next few months. Stacey grew up in Elkton, MI and began writing as a columnist for a local newspaper in high school. She graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Elementary Education and Saginaw Valley State University with an MA in Early Childhood Education. Stacey is a member of SCBWI, a 12 x 12 participant, and a Storystorm 2018 and 2019 participant. Stacey lives in Michigan with her husband, two teenage sons, and an adorable beagle named Sadie. Twitter: @StaceyCorrigan3

Detroit Worldwide Podcast
Making the Sacrifice featuring James Hill

Detroit Worldwide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 50:34


In this installment of the Detroit Worldwide Podcast, Marquis connects with James Hill about his journey into entrepreneurship, the birth of his media startup company, and his lived experience growing up in the D. James also highlights some of the challenges he faced as a first-generation college student attending Saginaw Valley State University and the decision that prompted him to relocate to Atlanta where he currently resides.    James Hill is an entrepreneur and personal development speaker with a passion to inspire, empower and employ. James was born and raised on the east side of Detroit. Raised in poverty, James was driven to pursue his education by  becoming the first person in his family to graduate from college where he attended  Saginaw Valley State University receiving his bachelor degree in communication and marketing. He is currently building his media startup James Hill TV - media services based in Atlanta, Georgia .   Connect with James   Twitter: @JamesHillTV  Instagram: @JamesHillTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jameshill0306 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameshill0306/ Website: https://www.jameshilltv.com/

CHARGE Podcast
Ep: 054 Matt Rzepka

CHARGE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2019 53:19


Matt Rzepka was born and raised in Houghton Lake, Michigan. He attended Saginaw Valley State University where he played football as an outside linebacker. There he met the love of his life, Amber. They eventually married. During this time, Matt and Amber spent several years working at a CPA firm, but they quickly noticed that the one thing business clients needed most seemed to be missing. Valley Oak was born out of their desire to solve the client’s problems with long term planning and adapting to an ever evolving tax strategy.   Today, Valley Oak has a staff of nine team members and also partners with various local and national advisors to give clients the full service attention they deserve. While he has many admirable accomplishments, it is the combination of Matt’s training and education alongside his practical real world experience that allows him to assist his clients in this forward thinking manner.

Women Leaders Podcast
Episode 47: Keri Becker

Women Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2018 30:25


We’re excited today to talk with athletic director at Grand Valley State University, Keri Becker! Keri’s athletics story began when she was a softball player at Saginaw Valley State University. “Softball chose [her],” she says, and it became a huge part of her life’s story. In fact, she coached for 15 years at her alma mater’s conference rival, Ferris State University. Another huge part of Keri’s story is her service to our country: She grew up in a military family, and as a sophomore in college, she signed up for the Army reserves. In 2003, she reported for active duty and served in Iraq for a year—and we are so grateful for her service. Be sure to listen as Keri speaks candidly about navigating her deployment while still holding her coaching job, and also how she eventually transitioned from coaching into administration—which, took her to yet another rival institution, Grand Valley State! Head to womenleadersincollegesports.org for more about us and to become a member. Follow us at fb.com/WomenLeadersCS, and on Twitter and Instagram @WomenLeadersCS.

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast
Storm Collegiate Spotlight Podcast: Dan MacLelland

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2018 15:57


This week we catch up with three-time Collegiate Player of the Year Dan MacLelland.  We discuss Team Canada’s experience in Hong Kong at the World’s Bowling Men’s Championship.  We discuss his time at Saginaw Valley State University and how he gives back to bowling these days.  Dan shares some advice if […]

Married to Doctors
#47: From Music Teacher to Physician

Married to Doctors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 23:47


Episode Notes Lara talks with Angela Kalcec, who sits on the Board of Directors of the Advocates of the American Osteopathic Association, about the resources available to medical spouses and about Angela's own medical journey when her husband decided to become a physician after years of teaching music. About Angela Angela Kalcec currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association and the Advocates of the Michigan Osteopathic Association. Most recently she served on the AOA appointed Physician Taskforce examining burnout and depression, and helped co-author a paper on Suicidal Ideation in the Osteopathic Profession.   During her husband's time at MSUCOM she also served in many positions on the Student Advocates Association. She has been active on the AMOA Board since 2014, serving as SAA Liaison, Recording Secretary, and President Elect and is currently President.   Angela is a High School Assistant Principal at Michigan Great Lakes Academy. This is her 16th year in education. She is a graduate of Saginaw Valley State University, and earned two Master's degrees from Kent State University and Michigan State University. She lives in Okemos with her three children and her husband who is currently a family doctor in Michigan. Angela looks forward to a great year with the AAOA.  Go Green.

Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard
Replay: Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard and Guest Speaker Dr. Maxine Bryant

Somewhere in the Middle with Michele Barard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2017 68:58


Dr. Bryant holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Ball State University, a Master of Arts Degree from Saginaw Valley State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services Degree from Walden University. All of her degrees have a concentration in Criminal Justice & Corrections. Dr. Bryant has given leadership to two criminal justice agencies. She founded and served as the Program Administrator of the Arete Community Corrections Center, a federal halfway house in Saginaw, Michigan; and she served as the Executive Director for Offender Aid & Restoration of Marion County, an agency providing educational and counseling services to inmates housed in the Marion County Jail and to ex-offenders needing assistance.

New Books in Education
Lee Trepanier, ed. “Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education” (Lexington Books, 2017)

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2017 30:59


Lee Trepanier, Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, edited this important analysis of why the humanities matter, especially within higher education. Trepanier’s collection, Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education (Lexington Books, 2017), brings together authors in a variety of fields within the humanities to reconsider the arguments that have been made in support of the humanities over the past decades, even as these disciplines have declined in terms of majors and faculty appointments across the United States. Kirk Fitzpatrick, James W. Harrison, Nozomi Irei, David Lunt, Kristopher G. Phillips and the collection editor, Lee Trepanier, represent perspectives from philosophy, literature, history, languages, political philosophy, while also engaging the question of what constitutes a liberal education in the 21st century, especially given the role of education within society. This text, which provides some thoughtful considerations beyond the often-given reasons for why the humanities are fundamentally important, is a kind of starting point for dialogue across disciplines, within colleges and university, but also among the public in considering the role of higher education in our contemporary democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Higher Education
Lee Trepanier, ed. “Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education” (Lexington Books, 2017)

New Books in Higher Education

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2017 30:59


Lee Trepanier, Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, edited this important analysis of why the humanities matter, especially within higher education. Trepanier's collection, Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education (Lexington Books, 2017), brings together authors in a variety of fields within the humanities to reconsider the arguments that have been made in support of the humanities over the past decades, even as these disciplines have declined in terms of majors and faculty appointments across the United States. Kirk Fitzpatrick, James W. Harrison, Nozomi Irei, David Lunt, Kristopher G. Phillips and the collection editor, Lee Trepanier, represent perspectives from philosophy, literature, history, languages, political philosophy, while also engaging the question of what constitutes a liberal education in the 21st century, especially given the role of education within society. This text, which provides some thoughtful considerations beyond the often-given reasons for why the humanities are fundamentally important, is a kind of starting point for dialogue across disciplines, within colleges and university, but also among the public in considering the role of higher education in our contemporary democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
Lee Trepanier, ed. “Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education” (Lexington Books, 2017)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2017 30:59


Lee Trepanier, Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, edited this important analysis of why the humanities matter, especially within higher education. Trepanier’s collection, Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education (Lexington Books, 2017), brings together authors in a variety of fields within the humanities to reconsider the arguments that have been made in support of the humanities over the past decades, even as these disciplines have declined in terms of majors and faculty appointments across the United States. Kirk Fitzpatrick, James W. Harrison, Nozomi Irei, David Lunt, Kristopher G. Phillips and the collection editor, Lee Trepanier, represent perspectives from philosophy, literature, history, languages, political philosophy, while also engaging the question of what constitutes a liberal education in the 21st century, especially given the role of education within society. This text, which provides some thoughtful considerations beyond the often-given reasons for why the humanities are fundamentally important, is a kind of starting point for dialogue across disciplines, within colleges and university, but also among the public in considering the role of higher education in our contemporary democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NBN Seminar
Lee Trepanier, ed. “Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education” (Lexington Books, 2017)

NBN Seminar

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2017 30:59


Lee Trepanier, Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, edited this important analysis of why the humanities matter, especially within higher education. Trepanier’s collection, Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education (Lexington Books, 2017), brings together authors in a variety of fields within the humanities to reconsider the arguments that have been made in support of the humanities over the past decades, even as these disciplines have declined in terms of majors and faculty appointments across the United States. Kirk Fitzpatrick, James W. Harrison, Nozomi Irei, David Lunt, Kristopher G. Phillips and the collection editor, Lee Trepanier, represent perspectives from philosophy, literature, history, languages, political philosophy, while also engaging the question of what constitutes a liberal education in the 21st century, especially given the role of education within society. This text, which provides some thoughtful considerations beyond the often-given reasons for why the humanities are fundamentally important, is a kind of starting point for dialogue across disciplines, within colleges and university, but also among the public in considering the role of higher education in our contemporary democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Public Policy
Lee Trepanier, ed. “Why the Humanities Matter Today: In Defense of Liberal Education” (Lexington Books, 2017)

New Books in Public Policy