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Break The Apocalypse
Break The Apocalypse - The White Mike Effect / Which Britney?

Break The Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 77:14


Britney gains her freedom, but Sha is confused about which Britney.Infinity Philly gas station hires armed security.Philly's Temple University students are tired of the crime on campus. Mysterious Crypto millionaires deaths.Shark week is lacking diversity...SKINAMARINK trailer reaction.Infinity Pool trailer reaction & more!

Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations
#159 Danielle Sullivan: Neurodiversity and Autism| Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations

Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 59:08 Transcription Available


Danielle Sullivan (she/they) is a Certified Life Coach, Certified Solution-Focused Coach, Certified Positive Psychology Coach, Certified Transformational Coach, certified Trauma-Informed Specialist, and the owner of Neurodiverging Coaching.They're a graduate and certificate-holder of the Neuroscience Academy, a 34 hour program in applied neuroscience and brain health (2021). They hold a B.A. degree from Temple University in Philadelphia (2007) and a M.A. degree, graduate certificate in women and gender studies and a certificate of college teaching from the University of Colorado, Boulder (2013). Danielle has also completed significant continuing education in positive psychology, coaching through resistance, emotional intelligence, and child psychology.Danielle had intended to remain in academia to work on gender, disability, and religion, but pivoted after she was diagnosed autistic around age 30 after her eldest child was also diagnosed. In looking for resources for herself, she found very little, and began producing the Neurodiverging Podcast to try to develop and offer resources for others like her, and who have kids like hers. Danielle is polyamorous / ethically non-monogamous and queer, and is dedicated to providing a safe space for growth and discovery for folks and families of all kinds and configurations.Danielle mostly works with autistic and ADHD adults and young adults on developing life skills, communication skills, and emotional intelligence, and with parents who are having trouble relating to their neurodivergent children. They are a member of the International Coaching Federation, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, and the Autistic Self Advocacy Network. You may also be interested in their continuing self-education reading list here. Through Neurodiverging, Danielle offers monthly educational webinars, group coaching programs, community trainings and events, and more on a variety of topics related to neurodiversity.Episode Links:Web: https://neurodiverging.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/neurodivergingTwitter: https://twitter.com/neurodivergingFacebook: https://facebook.com/neurodivergingPatreon: http://patreon.com/neurodiverging Joey Pinz Conversations Podcast Information: • Website: https://www.joeypinz.com • Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/joeypinz • Music by Tom Izzo: @wahlsinger  https://tomizzomusic.com  Support our podcast:  • Subscribe: https://joeypinzconversations.com/subscribe/ • How much is this podcast worth to you? Consider $5, $10 or $20/mo with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeypinz  • How about a one-time payment?  • What is the episode worth to you? $25/$50/$100/$500 /$1,000/$5,000 with PayPal (one-time): https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JoePannone Please subscribe/follow to Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations Podcast: • Spotify, Apple, Google, or others.  Please consider rating with 5 stars if you like it. • Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joey-pinz-discipline-conversations/id1583997438 • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69SFwY3XSwcw9qNvElAn10 • Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTA2LnJzcw • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeyPinzDisciplineConversations?sub_confirmation=1Please follow on social media: @TheJoeyPinz • Instagram: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.instagram.com/TheJoeyPinz  • Twitter: @TheJoeyPinz  https://twitter.com/TheJoeyPinz • Facebook: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.facebook.com/TheJoeyPinz • TikTok:  @TheJoeyPinz  https://www.tiktok.com/@thejoeypinz • Minds:  @TheJoeyPinz  https://www.minds.com/thejoeypinz • YouTube:  @TheJoeyPinz  httpsSupport the show

KYW Newsradio's 1-On-1 with Matt Leon
Larry Dougherty – Sharing Stories That Touch Lives

KYW Newsradio's 1-On-1 with Matt Leon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 41:49


Larry Dougherty is the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Strategic Communications at Temple University. He's been at Temple for some two decades and he came to the Owls after spending 15 years in a similar position at his alma mater Saint Joseph's University. In Episode #155 of “1-on-1 with Matt Leon,” Matt welcomes Dougherty in studio to talk about his career in college athletic communications. They talk about how he got into the business, what it takes to succeed in it and what he loves about it. "1-on-1 with Matt Leon" is a KYW Newsradio original podcast. You can follow the show on Twitter @1on1pod and you can follow Matt @MattLeon1060.

The Long View
Jamie Hopkins: A Framework for Financial Freedom

The Long View

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 56:45


On the podcast today, we welcome back Jamie Hopkins. Jamie is managing partner of Wealth Solutions at Carson Wealth. He is also a Finance Professor of Practice at Creighton University's Heider College of Business. Jamie and Ron Carson cowrote a new book called Find Your Freedom: Financial Planning for a Life on Purpose. Jamie also wrote the book Rewirement: Rewiring the Way You Think About Retirement! Prior to joining Carson Group, he was with the American College of Financial Services, most recently serving as director of retirement research. He received his bachelor's degree from Davidson College, his JD from Villanova University, and his LLM degree from Temple University. He is also a certified financial planner, a chartered financial consultant, and a chartered life underwriter. Jamie co-hosts his own podcast called Framework, and he is also active on social media. His Twitter handle is @RetirementRisks.BackgroundBioFind Your Freedom: Financial Planning for a Life on Purpose, by Jamie Hopkins and Ron CarsonRewirement: Rewiring the Way You Think About Retirement! by Jamie Hopkins“Jamie Hopkins: How Low Bond Yields, Recession Impact Retirement Planning,” The Long View podcast, morningstar.com, July 15, 2020.Twitter handle: @RetirementRisksFinancial Freedom“Jamie Hopkins: Finding Your Financial Freedom,” Framework podcast, carsongroup.com, Nov. 21, 2022.“Framework: What It Takes to Find Financial Freedom,” Framework podcast, carsongroup.com, Nov. 25, 2022.Dennis Moseley-Williams“Maslow's Hierarch of Needs,” by the CFI Team, corporatefinancialinstitute.com, Nov. 24, 2022.BucketingThe Bucket Plan, by Jason Smith“What Is the ‘Bucket' Approach Strategy to Retirement Income Planning?” by Jamie Hopkins, forbes.com, April 25, 2019.“How to Include Home Equity in Your Retirement Plan With the Bucketing Approach,” by Jamie Hopkins, forbes.com, April 21, 2020.“Bucketing Asset Allocation Strategy Protects Against Investor Emotion, Sequence of Return Risk,” by The Carson Group, carsongroup.com, Jan. 23, 2020.“Is Housing Headed for a Fall? Advisors Beware,” by FA staff, fa-mag.com, Nov. 8, 2022.“Busting Three Half-Truths About Reverse Mortgages,” by Jamie Hopkins, forbes.com, June 24, 2019.“Jamie Hopkins on the Role of Emotions in Reverse Mortgage Decisions,” HousingWire Daily podcast, housingwire.com, Oct. 1, 2021.Retirement Planning“What You Need to Do 10, 5 and 1 Year Before Retirement,” by Jamie Hopkins, jamiehopkins.com, April 7, 2022.“Jamie Hopkins: Congress Will Fix Social Security—Eventually,” by Ginger Szala, thinkadvisor.com, March 29, 2022.“Thinking of Social Security as Our Biggest Asset,” by Jamie Hopkins, jamiehopkins.com, Aug. 25, 2021.“Spend Without Worry in Retirement,” by Sandra Block, Kiplinger.com, Aug. 30, 2021.“Markets and Policy Post-Midterm,” webinar, carsongroup.com, Nov. 21, 2022.“Senate Addresses Taxes, Deficit, Inflation, Health Care in Proposed Bill,” by Jamie Hopkins, Sonu Varghese, and Ryan Detrick, jamiehopkins.com, Aug. 2, 2022.“Jamie Hopkins: Why Debt Is ‘Powerful,' Annuities Are ‘Underutilized' and the 4% Rule Is Just a ‘Finding,'” by Jane Wollman Rusoff, thinkadvisor.com, Nov. 14, 2022.“Wade Pfau: The Risks of Retirement Today,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Aug. 2, 2022.“Bill Bengen: Revisiting Safe Withdrawal Rates,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Dec. 14, 2021.“Well, Hello, Sequence Risk! Where've Ya Been?” by Jennifer Lea Reed, fa-mag.com, Oct. 1, 2022.“Don't Settle for Someone Else's Vision: Rewire the Way You Define Retirement Income Planning,” by Jamie Hopkins, forbes.com, Nov. 29, 2022.“What Almost Everyone Gets Wrong About the Retirement Distribution 4% ‘Rule,'” by Jamie Hopkins, forbes.com, Dec. 6, 2021.OtherMichael FinkeDavid Blanchett“Michael Kitces: Does Portfolio Customization Pay Off?” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Aug. 23, 2022.“Ronsense: How Ron Carson Uses the 6 Most & Vital One Method for Productivity,” Carson Group, youtube.com, June 6, 2019.reMarkableCalendly

Patient Partner Innovation Community Podcast
61. Creating an inclusive environment through partnerships, teachings and shared learning

Patient Partner Innovation Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 35:02


Hoangmai (Mai) H. Pham, MD MPH, is President and CEO of Institute for Exceptional Care, a nonprofit committed to transforming healthcare for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. She is a general internist and national health policy leader. She was Vice President, Provider Alignment Solutions at Anthem, Inc., responsible for value-based care initiatives at the country’s second largest health insurance company. Prior to Anthem, Dr. Pham served as Chief Innovation Officer at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, where she was a founding official, and the architect of Medicare’s foundational programs on accountable care organizations and primary care. She was Co-Director of Research at the Center for Studying Health System Change and has published extensively in the medical literature on provider payment policy and its intersection with health disparities, care coordination, quality performance, provider behavior, and market trends. Dr. Pham serves on numerous advisory bodies, including the National Advisory Council for the Agency on Healthcare Research and Quality, the Maryland Primary Care Program, and the National Business Group on Health, and was a member of the Board Executive Committee at the Health Care Transformation Task Force. She is an Adjunct Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics of the University of Pennsylvania, and Faculty at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Dr. Pham earned her A.B. from Harvard University, her M.D. from Temple University, and her M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins University where she was also a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: The importance of engagement strategies to achieve an inclusive healthcare environment. Understand that meaningful engagement can promote joy in healthcare practices. Learn resources and tools available that may not have been provided in traditional medical educational programs Collaboration with patients, families and caregivers is a key component when providing patient care In this episode…. This podcast features Hoangmai (Mai) H. Pham, MD MPH. She discusses how her organization provides training for clinicians and hospital staff around creating an environment of inclusion. IEC was founded by healthcare professionals who also have disabled loved ones. They share the anxiety and isolation of navigating an opaque, disconnected, and underfunded world of support services. Through their training and services healthcare providers can learn how to better engage with patients who have disabilities fostering an environment of inclusion.

Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio
What's behind the protests in China?

Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 30:11


We have seen significant public protests in China over the last couple weeks on a scale that's almost unheard of in the country. These were sparked by China's draconian measures to adhere to a “zero COVID” policy, but tension has been building in the country for years. We wanted to break down everything that built up to these protests and what they could mean for the Chinese Communist Party led by President Xi Jinping. For this discussion, we called Dr. Roselyn Hsueh, Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Studies at Temple University. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dom Giordano Program
When Will Philadelphia's Biggest Organizations Speak Out?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:18


Full Hour | In today's third hour, Dom leads off the Dom Giordano Program by welcoming in John Mangan, a Senior at Temple University, who launched Keep Us Safe at Temple U, an effort on Instagram to raise awareness for the necessity of safer conditions for students at Temple University. Mangan explains why he's gotten involved, explaining how unsafe he feels on the Temple campus, a place where he and other students should feel safe. Dom asks Mangan if he'd consider taking aim at Larry Krasner, or at least holding Temple responsible for their lack of speaking out, with Mangan stressing the importance of apolitical. Mangan tells of a proposal, telling how he'd like for Temple to expand the zone designated for Temple security. (Photo by Getty Images)

The Dom Giordano Program
Temple U Student Launches Organization Hoping To Raise Safety For Off-Campus Students

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 11:29


In today's third hour, Dom leads off the Dom Giordano Program by welcoming in John Mangan, a Senior at Temple University, who launched Keep Us Safe at Temple U, an effort on Instagram to raise awareness for the necessity of safer conditions for students at Temple University. Mangan explains why he's gotten involved, explaining how unsafe he feels on the Temple campus, a place where he and other students should feel safe. Dom asks Mangan if he'd consider taking aim at Larry Krasner, or at least holding Temple responsible for their lack of speaking out, with Mangan stressing the importance of apolitical. Mangan tells of a proposal, telling how he'd like for Temple to expand the zone designated for Temple security. (Photo by Getty Images)

Slaying Self Doubt Podcast
224 : *2022 TOP 5* The Journey Behind the Business™ with Courtney McCullough Robbs

Slaying Self Doubt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 43:59


Today's episode is sponsored by:  Mamas Mastering Money The Society- the membership community led by Money and Mindset Coach Tiffany Burns. Coach Tiffany and her membership help you unlearn negative or limiting money beliefs, overcome the fear of facing your finances, and build confidence to take impactful actions. Join before January 1, 2023, to get the limited founding members' pricing at https://www.thelotuslegacy.co/slay We are counting down the TOP 5 episodes of 2022! Here is # 5 Episode 168 The Journey Behind the Business™ with Courtney McCullough Robbs In this episode, I am talking to the CEO and Founder of Virtuous Boss Courtney McCullough Robbs. Things really started to shift for Courtney when she decided God's will for her life was not good enough but she yearned for His perfect will. Once she let go of trying to do everything and allowed God to guide and direct her she realized what she had been designed to do and not only that He had already prepared her. Courtney is a proud wife and mother of four beautiful children. She loves the Lord and she loves business. Courtney is a graduate of Temple University where she earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. After college, she followed her heart for fashion and ran a children's clothing store for 3 years. From there she had the rewarding experience of teaching business to high school students for 12 years. Courtney became a certified Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Instructor. During her time as an educator, God was preparing her for the next phase in her life as she also served in her church in many capacities. Rotating her time to pour into others and getting poured into she acknowledges the role God has played in orchestrating her life in such a way that she can do what she loves and impact the world by spreading the gospel through entrepreneurship. Join us as she shares her journey behind the business!  Find out more about Virtuous Boss You can find Virtuous Boss on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn ~~~~~~~ If you are interested in purchasing ad space for your business on the Slaying Self Doubt® Podcast email me at info@philiciawallace.com Support the Slaying Self Doubt® Podcast with a small donation to help me to create new content and reach more people by Buying Me A Coffee Join the Slaying Self Doubt® Society Facebook Group Disclaimer: I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items through my links, I may earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link. I only recommend products that I use and/or that I am genuinely interested in.

The Dom Giordano Program
Temple Students Firebombed... When Are We Going To Fix This City?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 44:21


Full Hour | Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing multiple topics both nationally and locally, leading off first by discussing the crime situation in Philadelphia and the role of progressive policies and District Attorney Larry Krasner. Dom tells about a horrific incident just off Temple University's campus, in which students had their home firebombed by a squatter living nearby. Dom plays back a clip of NBC10's report, explaining why he's so annoyed that this kind of violence continues in Philadelphia. Then, Dom introduces a discussion centered on the infusion of explicit books into local schools, telling why we've seen a shift with parents becoming more aware of what's being taught to their children. Then, Dom enters into a conversation centered around finances, telling about BlackRock's massive influence on the world economy and their decision to ‘go woke.' Then, Dom welcomes State Representative Martina White back onto the Dom Giordano Program to get some updates on the continued effort to impeach and remove Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner from office. First, Dom presses Martina White after he recorded this week's Inside Story for 6ABC, telling her that a Republican on the panel this week tried arguing that the State Representatives in Harrisburg have absolutely no shot on removing Krasner, alleging that this is just political theater. Martina addresses the claims head on, explaining why this is very real, stressing the importance of public safety, which has largely dissipated under Larry Krasner. Martina previews the upcoming trial of Larry Krasner, offering a forecast for what to expect as Krasner faces State Senators who will ultimately decide whether or not to remove the sitting politician. (Photo by Getty Images)

City Cast Philly
Why Solutions to Philly's Gun Violence Crisis Get Complicated

City Cast Philly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 17:27


WHYY's new five-part podcast series, “Stop and Frisk: Revisit or Resist” explores the history of the complicated policing practice that's been deemed unconstitutional by federal courts, and why some city officials in Philadelphia want to bring it back. City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri chats with podcast creators Sammy Caiola, WHYY's gun violence prevention reporter, and Yvonne Latty, director of the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting at Temple University, about the use of stop and frisk in Philly and what could be done instead to help curb the rise of gun violence in the city.  Want some more Philly news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter. We're also on Twitter and Instagram! Follow us @citycastphilly. Have a question or just want to share some thoughts with the team? Leave us a voicemail at 215-259-8170.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in World Affairs
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books in National Security
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in National Security

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/national-security

New Books in Political Science
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Politics
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/politics-and-polemics

Highest Aspirations
S9/E9: Collaborative Support for Multilingual Learners with Disabilities with Dr. Sara Kangas

Highest Aspirations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 45:05


This interview is episode 9 from Season 9 of Highest Aspirations, a podcast from Ellevation where we engage in important conversations about the most rapidly growing student demographic in the United States - English Language Learners. What impacts have we seen on recent policy changes to reclassification or exiting of ELs with disabilities? How can schools prioritize collaboration and improve their current processes for determining reclassification for SPED ELs? What strategies can we use to ensure that these students are integrated into general education classrooms without compromising on learning in a supportive, language rich environment? We discuss these questions and much more with Dr. Sara Kangas, who returns to HA after joining us back in 2018 to discuss how schools are accommodating English Learners with disabilities and the impacts that EL and disability status have on reclassification or exiting. We sat down to catch up with Dr. Kangas and learn about the latest challenges facing students and how schools can employ a collaborative approach in addressing inequities. Dr. Sara Kangas is an associate professor in the College of Education at Lehigh University. She is an applied linguist whose research focuses on the school-age population of multilingual learners (MLs) with disabilities. Using ethnography and interpretive policy analysis, Dr. Kangas investigates opportunity to learn for MLs with disabilities, with particular attention to the ways in which education policies, school structures, and ideologies affect their everyday learning experiences. Grounded in interpretivist and critical frameworks, her research seeks to promote social justice through advocating and expanding the learning opportunities and educational rights of MLs with disabilities. ​ Dr. Kangas has published in top-tier journals such as the American Educational Research Journal, Teaching and Teacher Education, and TESOL Quarterly, among others. Her scholarship has received the James E. Alatis Prize (2018), TESOL Award for Distinguished Research (2015), and the Wilga Rivers Memorial Graduate Student Award (2015). Dr. Kangas earned her Ph.D. in Education with a concentration in applied linguistics at Temple University. Subscribe to the show here: https://open.spotify.com/show/0W4CYdurgYRIwFGif3H6Qk For additional episodes, blog posts and free resources relating to multilingual education, visit our community page: https://ellevationeducation.com/ell-community. Visit our EL Community page for episode resources, related content and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/highest-aspirations/message

New Books in Economics
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

NBN Book of the Day
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

NBN Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day

New Books in Economic and Business History
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Diplomatic History
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Diplomatic History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Politics
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in American Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Agathe Demarais, "Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:28


Sanctions have become the go-to foreign policy tool for the United States. Coercive economic measures such as trade tariffs, financial penalties, and export controls affect large numbers of companies and states across the globe. Some of these penalties target nonstate actors, such as Colombian drug cartels and Islamist terror groups; others apply to entire countries, including North Korea, Iran, and Russia. U.S. policy makers see sanctions as a low-cost tactic, but in reality these measures often fail to achieve their intended goals--and their potent side effects can even harm American interests.  Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests (Columbia UP, 2022) explores the surprising ways sanctions affect multinational companies, governments, and ultimately millions of people around the world. Drawing on interviews with experts, policy makers, and people in sanctioned countries, Agathe Demarais examines the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon. The proliferation of sanctions spurs efforts to evade them, as states and firms seek ways to circumvent U.S. penalties. This is only part of the story. Sanctions also reshape relations between countries, pushing governments that are at odds with the U.S. closer to each other--or, increasingly, to Russia and China.  Full of counterintuitive insights spanning a wide range of topics, from commodities markets in Russia to Iran's COVID response and China's cryptocurrency ambitions, Backfire reveals how sanctions are transforming geopolitics and the global economy--as well as diminishing U.S. influence. This insider's account is an eye-opening, accessible, and timely book that sheds light on the future of sanctions in an increasingly multipolar world. Mathias Fuelling is a doctoral candidate in History at Temple University, working on a political history of Czechoslovakia in the immediate post-WWII years. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bucephalus424 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

The Official Project Censored Show
The Post-WWII U.S. Rise to Global Dominance/Prospects for Stronger Net-Neutrality Protections

The Official Project Censored Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Mickey opens this week's program in conversation with Aaron Good; they examine the post-WWII U.S. rise to global dominance, and how that underlies many of our current events, notably the Russia-Ukraine-NATO conflict. In the second half of the show, Eleanor Goldfield speaks with Chris Garaffa about the prospects for stronger net-neutrality protections in the months ahead, as well as the broader issue of how to "democratize the internet." Aaron Good is the author of "American Exception: Empire and the Deep State," a new book from Skyhorse Publishing. He also hosts a podcast titled "American Exception." He holds a Ph.D from Temple University. In the tradition of Peter Dale Scott, Aaron's writing emphasizes the role of a 'deep state' (a powerful, secretive, unelected governing force) in history. Chris Garaffa is co-host of the Covert Action Bulletin podcast, and is a frequent radio guest on issues of technology and surveillance. Music-break information 1) "Ride Across the River" by Dire Straits 2) "Voyager" by the Alan Parson Project the Project Censored Show: Hosts: Mickey Huff & Eleanor Goldfield Producers: Anthony Fest & Eleanor Goldfield Image by Yatheesh Gowda from Pixabay

Beyond Your Limits
EP 41: A Combatives Expert Marine Veteran on Protecting Yourself and Others, with Marcquez Henderson

Beyond Your Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 39:24


Marcques Henderson is a renowned public speaker and retired Marine Corps officer who completed multiple combat deployments during his 23-year career. During his service, he traversed 4 continents, working with and learning from various multinational militaries. An active practitioner of jiu-jitsu, kajunkenbo and kali, he has over 21 years of experience instructing martial arts. He also has seven years of experience working in the nightclub industry. The Temple University student-athlete has a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business and Legal Studies. He is certified by the National Organization for Victim Assistance as a Level I Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocate. He is further certified as a High-Intensity Tactical Training Instructor, Non-Lethal Weapons Instructor, and Trainer in Tony Blauer's SPEAR: Personal Defense Readiness system. Marcques HENDERSON Part 1 Podcast Show Notes – | www.AzariahMay.org | - “Fear rarely works to our advantage.” It usually leads to poor decisions and inferior outcomes. | - I saw things as a child that no young person should have to experience. I have always been concerned about protecting the defenseless. |- I started boxing as a young teen, and have been active in the fighting styles for my whole life. I was one of the first Marines into the USMC's “MCMAP” hand-to-hand combatives program. | - I became an advocate in our UVA program for Marines who have suffered sexual violence. These include many more men than some people would assume. Some of the men have been targeted by civilians in the community, including gangs, who want to make an example of a military guy. | - The Azariah May Academy, named after my kids, is a full-spectrum personal protection school, encompassing economic, psychological, and other focus areas in addition to basic “self-defense” techniques. | - We say Personal Protection rather than “self-defense,” because the former conveys the sense that keeping yourself and others safe is a proactive, comprehensive lifestyle. It's better to prevent violence than to have to react to it. | - At Azariah May, we don't just teach fighting techniques. We can't capitalize on someone else's pain. We want to help people understand how they've contributed to their past violent experiences and prevent them in the future. | - Violence has become mainstream. It used to be limited to untrained “bad guys” using it against innocent victims, and trained protectors using it to stop bad guys, but with the explosion of “mixed martial arts” schools anyone – including bad guys – can become trained to high levels. | - Teen dating violence has become a huge problem. Boys today don't all know how to behave. | - Social media makes many people feel more brave and disrespectful than they really should be.

The UpWords Podcast
Colorblind Christianity | Jesse Curtis

The UpWords Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 59:50


Many of us are taught that talking about race and racial identity in the church leads to division. Many of us would, and many still do, identify as “colorblind Christians” who didn't see racial differences as relevant to the church. Our guest today helps us understand that “colorblindness” has tended not to be a virtue, and is especially difficult to defend in a church context that has been shaped by American history. Historian Jesse Curtis has written a new book, The Myth of Colorblind Christians, that challenges the idea that there ever was a truly colorblind tradition of Christianity. Jesse Curtis is an Assistant Professor of History at Valparaiso University. He received his BA in educational ministries from Moody Bible Insitute, his MA in history from Kent State, and his Ph.D. in history from Temple University. He's the author of many peer-reviewed works as well as the book we discuss in today's episode, The Myth of Colorblind Christians: Evangelicals and White Supremacy in the Civil Rights Era. As always we invite you to leave us a rating on your favorite podcast app or send us a comment at podcast@slbrownfoundation.org. Credits: Music by Micah Behr, audio engineering by Jesse Koopman, graphic design by Madeline Ramsey.

Ordained Educator
Sitting On Acres Of Diamonds (Ep 237)

Ordained Educator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 25:31


In the bible, there is a parable about talents referenced in Matt. 25:14.  That simple story teaches the reader to use the gifts God gave each of us.  In this episode, your host Brigitte Brown Jackson shares a story about Acres of Diamonds. The lesson today is simple - explore your own backyard, and you will find many gems. If this show blessed you, please LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE. Then give us a review.  Please provide us with feedback and show ideas at:  https://brigittebrownjackson.com/podcastDo you know if your natural gifts will get you to your desired destination?  Do you know your blind spots and how to overcome them?  Go to www.simplytomorrow .com to find out more about how you can activate your voice. Join SHERO TO MERO Facebook community for support. https://www.facebook.com/groups/sherotomeroBrigitte is a successful behavior wealth strategist and an Extreme Execution Coach certified by Dr. Eric Thomas (New York Times best-selling author of You Owe You). If there is a need for transformation, she is your Partner in Success.  Book a consultation today if you want to develop a mindset shift in your personal or professional life.  Text "Podcast" to 810-321-5365 to join the FREE community and learn more about executing at higher levels while using the super talent that is already within you.Find Brigitte Brown Jackson on Social Media:Website: https://brigittebrownjackson.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS7vVHb-_jBIGG51ZgDbXyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrigitteTransformsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/BrigitteTransformsSubscribe to Powerful. Offer feedback or a review at: https://brigittebrownjackson.com/podcast

Lets Have This Conversation
Cultivating Educational Equality with: Henry Yampolsky

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 43:27


Ponder this question: How many children have no quality education internationally? The total includes 59 million children of primary school age, 62 million of lower secondary school age and 138 million of upper secondary age, according to the Statistical office of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO.) Henry Yampolsky is a best-selling author, mediator, educator, and multi-time TEDx Speaker. Henry serves as the Assistant Director for Education, Outreach, and Conflict Resolution at Virginia Tech's Office for Equity and Accessibility and teaches conflict resolution, mediation, and peace building as part of Virginia Tech's Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention. Henry has worked with hundreds of complex conflicts and has taught and lectured around the world including at Columbia University School of Law, the New York Peace Institute, Bellevue Mediation in Zurich, Switzerland, the International Gandhi Center and Museum in New Delhi, Bharathiar University in Coimbatore, India and at the Sattva Summit in Rishikesh, India. Henry's best-selling and critically acclaimed book, Dis-Solving Conflict from Within: an Inner Path for Conflict Transformation introduced a mindfulness-based paradigm for responding to conflict with strength, clarity, and compassion instead of reacting with fear, avoidance, or aggression. Henry's two TEDx talks have garnered thousands of views. Henry's first TEDx talk described his motorcycle journey across the Himalayas and what it taught him about conflict, connection, and dialogue. In his second TEDx talk, Henry talked about radical compassion as the goal of conflict resolution. Prior to embarking on a career in peacebuilding, Henry was an award-winning trial lawyer in Philadelphia. He has earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Temple University and a BS in International Studies from the University of Scranton. Henry is also a master-level instructor of Sattva Yoga, trained at the birthplace of Yoga, in Rishikesh, India. Originally from Kyiv, Ukraine, Henry resides in Virginia. He joined me this week, to tell me more. For more information: https://www.livingpeaceinstitute.com/ LinkedIn: @HenryYampolsky,J.D.

This...I...Do...For...Me:  Over 50, Black and Fabulous!

Akosua Awusi is the Founder and Chief Experience Officer at African Conversations and Connections (ACC Tours) — a boutique travel company providing group excursions to sub-Saharan Africa. ACC Tour's mission is to help tell the African story by providing safe, world class and inclusive guided tours of what Akosua likes to call Black Africa. ACC Tour's primary goal is to allow travelers to experience Black Africa below the surface. The company's curated tours are intimate by design — this allows travelers to immerse themselves in Africa's people, history and culture. In this interview, Akosua delves into what is magical about Ghana, its beautiful and welcoming people and why everyone should visit West Africa at least once. Akosua also shares with us her business model for getting more African Americans to visit the motherland, and she excitingly shares with us that ACC Tours have expanded their model into Tanzania. The company will also be expanding into Senegal and Nigeria. She is especially proud that in addition to her staff introducing travelers to the historic sites (e.g. Elmina at Cape Coast, Makola Market in Accra, 233 Night Club, etc.), she and her staff are adept at helping you to solidify your vision of the kind of experience you would like to have while in Ghana. If you want a dance class, yoga sessions, or take a ride in an ATV, ACC Tours can help you with that and many more offerings. We also jokingly talk about the friendly competition of which West African country has the best Jollof! Is is Ghana, Senegal or Nigeria? Akosua, who is a first generation American (her parents immigrated to Maryland from Ghana), received her degree in Finance from Temple University and her MBA from Pennsylvania State University. Akosua is bilingual in both English and Twi, and she has lived in Ghana and Belgium, along with working in other major cities in Africa and Europe.

The NAGAP Report
On the Same Page: Documenting Institutional Knowledge for Effective Service, Transparency, and Onboarding

The NAGAP Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 45:32


So much institutional knowledge lives in the minds of individual staff and faculty, creating a reliance on them from others for information. In addition to creating inefficiencies, this practice is problematic as institutional knowledge walked out the door as our colleagues departed throughout the "Great Resignation." In this conversation, we sit down with Will Fenton to explore the importance of documenting policies, practices, and procedures, and building a shared culture of data transparency and buy-in. With deeper collaboration and a shared resource of critical information, we can empower individuals to get the information they need quickly and efficiently, while also creating a strong foundation for new employee onboarding. Will Fenton is the Associate Director of the Fox School of Business at Temple University and previously worked in progressive graduate enrollment roles at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University.This episode of The NAGAP Report was hosted, produced, and edited by Marcus Hanscom.

College Recruiting with Jill Hicks
From D3 to a D1 college offer

College Recruiting with Jill Hicks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:31


JH Mom, Kathy White shares her daughters college recruiting journey. The challenges were great and Megan never gave up. Her offer came her senior to to Temple University. Megan was a DP National Qualifier Level 10, but her only offers were to D3 schools. Join us as Kathy shares what it was like helping her daughter and how we worked together to get her to her dream school and team. If you want to become a JH Girl go to www.jhicksconsulting.com Click on Get Started and fill out the forms page An advisor will give you a call Jill has 2 Guide Books on her SHOP page and leotards at www.saluteleos.com

Today in PA | A PennLive daily news briefing with Julia Hatmaker

Temple University students were once again the victims of an off-campus home invasion. Reports of counterfeit Adderall have been popping up in over 25 states, Pennsylvania among them. The state has reached a settlement with Grubhub over price transparency. And the votes are in: a Pennsylvania brewery's tour is the best in the nation.

Mass Tort News LegalCast
Whistleblowers in America, an underserved practice area? With Jackie Garrick

Mass Tort News LegalCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 26:33


Jacqueline “Jackie” Garrick currently serves as Founder and President of the Non-Profit, Whistleblowers of America (WoA). Jackie founded WoA in 2017 after seeing first-hand how destructive whistleblowing can be one's career, personal life, and emotional stability. WoA offers resources and community to whistleblowers across America, spreading awareness, training, and advocacy in whistleblowing.  Jackie graduated with a degree in social work from Temple University in 1986 and joined the Army in 1992 as a social work officer with the rank of Captain. After an honorable discharge in 1995, Garrick became the Deputy Director of Healthcare for the American Legion. In 2005, Garrick continued working with veterans as an analyst on the Veterans Disability Benefits Commission in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), then served as a staff member on the ​​House Committee on Veterans Affairs. In 2009, the Obama Administration appointed Jackie to serve in the office of Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (P&R) in the Department of Defense (DoD). During her appointment, she organized Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO) which provided mental health resources to veterans.  In 2022, Jackie co-authored the book The Psychosocial Impacts of Whistleblower Retaliation: Shattering Employee Resilience and the Workplace Promise with Martina Buck. She also authored the Whistleblowers of America Peer Support Mentor Training Manual: Peer Support in overcoming the toxic tactics of whistleblower retaliation in 2018. Jackie remains active in advocacy for whistleblowers, specifically government employee and veteran whistleblowers. Jackie Garrick Social Media LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackie-garrick-321189a/  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jacqueline.garrick.1  Twitter - https://twitter.com/GarrickJackie    Whistleblowers of America Social Media LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/whistleblowersofamerica/  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/whistleblowersofamerica  Twitter - https://twitter.com/WhistleP2P  Website - https://www.whistleblowersofamerica.org/    Jackie's Story by Whistleblower Network New - https://whistleblowersblog.org/whistleblower-of-the-week/jacqueline-garrick/    The Psychosocial Impacts of Whistleblower Retaliation - https://www.amazon.com/Psychosocial-Impacts-Whistleblower-Retaliation-Shattering/dp/3031190548/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1666719621&refinements=p_27%3AJacqueline+Garrick&s=books&sr=1-1    Whistleblowers of America Peer Support Mentor Training Manual - https://www.amazon.com/Whistleblowers-America-Support-Mentor-Training-ebook/dp/B07CZQV2ZM/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1666719621&refinements=p_27%3AJacqueline+Garrick&s=books&sr=1-3   Remember to subscribe and follow us on social media…   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mass-tort-news Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/masstortnewsorg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/masstortnews.org

The Dom Giordano Program
Giselle ‘Yoko Ono' Fetterman Calls Out Fox's Harris Faulkner

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 42:55


Full Hour | Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the big guests coming up on today's show, then moving into the topics of the day, leading off where previous host Dawn Stensland left off in talking about singer Bruce Springsteen's refusal to stand against Ticketmaster after their crazy ticket inflation. Then, Giordano discusses a story in New Republic that features the first interview with Giselle Fetterman since she won her election for Second Lady of Pennsylvania, in which she discusses the unfair treatment she received during her campaign. Finally, Giordano offers up some concerning crime numbers centered on Temple University, asking how many prospective students the University needs to lose before it's honest about what's causing the spike in crime, being hyper progressive policies. Then, Dom welcomes State Representative Craig Williams onto the Dom Giordano Program to discuss his role in the upcoming trial of recently impeached Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. Every time something like this happens, the House Speaker picks a committee of three members, two from the majority and one from the minority, to argue the articles of impeachment to the House. Rep. Williams was one of two Republicans designated for the trial, and tells Giordano and listeners his long list of credentials that makes him worthy of such an appointment, taking us through big cases he's litigated in the past as an attorney. Then, Williams takes us inside the strategic nature of the upcoming trial, previewing what the defense and prosecution may take as their angles when arguing for and against the District Attorney. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images for Indian American Impact)

Brave and Strong and True
Chris Monaco

Brave and Strong and True

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 62:28


My guest is Chris Monaco. Chris graduated from Strath Haven High School, Temple University, and Villanova University. He's an incredible performer, and his burgeoning love for theater began in middle school and continues to this day. Chris is a teacher at Gladwyne Montessori and he also directs the theatre program at Upper Darby High School. I hope you enjoy our conversation, so, come along and have some fun. . .We all have stories to tell and they can be heard here. Welcome to Brave and Strong and True, a podcast created to engage Summer Stage alumni of all ages. I'm Bob Falkenstein.You can follow Chris on Instagram @gingerbeard1992.Our music is composed and performed by Neil McGettigan https://neilmcgettiganandtheeleventhhour.bandcamp.com/releasesPlease subscribe to Brave and Strong and True on Apple Podcasts. While you're there, please rate the show and leave a comment.  If you want to be a guest on Brave and Strong and True, please contact me at braveandstrongandtrue@gmail.com.You must have a desktop or laptop computer running the latest version of the Google Chrome browser. It helps if you have an external microphone and headphones, but Apple earbuds work too.Brave and Strong and True relies on financial support from its listeners. Please click the “Support the Show” link at the bottom of the show notes to support the show.Support the show

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Taylor Swift, Eating Disorders, & Social Media Boundaries

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 57:27


William Hornby is at the forefront of raising awareness for men with eating disorders with his advocacy on social media. He speaks publicly on advocacy, mental health, and eating disorder recovery. He travels around the world both in person and virtually giving workshops and presentations on “The Power of Becoming the Advocate You Needed”. He is the recipient of the William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award for 2021. He is a member of the Eating Disorder Coalition's Youth Advisory Board and the National Alliance for Eating Disorders' Collaborative. He has also worked with the National Eating Disorder Association and Project HEAL. He graduated from Temple University in 2022 with a BBA in Business Management and BFA in Musical Theater. He is also a singer-songwriter with music about recovery and mental health, including "Clay", touted as a body neutral anthem. He is an exceptional pumpkin carver and theater performer as well. We talk about boundaries for content creators, bigorexia, eating disorders in men. Find him on IG @williamhornby 

Athletes and the Arts
Care for the Professional Voice--The Voice Foundation

Athletes and the Arts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 71:16


Your voice...perhaps the most underrated and misunderstood human ability. For an ankle sprain, you go see a trainer, a physical therapist, a sports doc, you wear a brace, get taped, do some exercises. For vocal injuries, for vocal dysfunctions, what do you do? How do you make your voice better? How do you improve your performance? Well, just like athletes, vocalists have vocal coaches, speech therapists, and voice doctors whose life's work is dedicated to keep vocalists performing. So to learn more about caring for the professional voice, Yasi and Steven talk to Robert Sataloff, MD, world renowned otolaryngologist and the leader of The Voice Foundation, the world's oldest and leading organization dedicated to voice research, medicine, science, and education. He is joined by Deanna McBroom, AATA liaison to The Voice Foundation, Singing Teacher and Singing Voice Specialist through the Voice Institute at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC.For the Voice Foundation, go to https://voicefoundation.org/For Athletes and the Arts, go to https://www.athletesandthearts.com/For more on Dr Sataloff, go to https://drexel.edu/medicine/faculty/profiles/robert-sataloff/Bios:Deanna McBroom, MM is a Singing Teacher and works as a Singing Voice Specialist through the Voice Institute at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. She has worked closely with MUSC laryngologist Dr. Lucinda Halstead to treat injured singers since they both attended The Voice Foundation's annual symposium in 1986. She recently retired from college-level teaching at The College of Charleston, where she led the voice program in providing conservatory-level training in a Liberal Arts & Sciences environment. She's also maintained a singing career for 40+ years, performing in recitals, orchestral concerts, and operas throughout the US and in Europe. Ms. McBroom is the Steering Committee representative to Athletes and the Arts from both The Voice Foundation (TVF) and from the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA). Her passion for healthy singing led her to assist both NATS and PAMA with their 2019-2021 guidelines and research tools for singers and teachers to deal with Covid-19. She frequently presents research papers and workshops at international meetings; journals with articles published include Journal of Voice and College Music Symposium. Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS is Professor and Chairman, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Academic Specialties, Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Sataloff is Director of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences Research at the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, and Director of Otolaryngology Education at Lankenau Medical Center. He also holds Adjunct Professorships in the Departments of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University, Temple University and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine; and he is on the faculty of the Academy of Vocal Arts. He serves as Conductor of the Thomas Jefferson University Choir. Dr. Sataloff is also a professional singer and singing teacher.Dr. Sataloff is Chairman of the Boards of Directors of the Voice Foundation and of the American Institute for Voice and Ear Research. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Voice; Editor Emeritus of Ear, Nose and Throat Journal;...

Happiness Solved
147. Insights to Live By with Matt Zinman

Happiness Solved

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 27:10


Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata. In this episode, Sandee interviews Matt Zinman. Matt began his career in brand marketing and communication management working for some of Philadelphia's most prominent agencies where he assisted nearly 100 companies, including through his own firm, Z Communication, Inc., which he started in 2002. He earned his B.A. in Journalism with a minor in film and broadcast media from Temple University in 1989. He and Erica reside near Philadelphia with their savvy teenagers, Jake and Greta. Connect with Matt: https://mattzinman.com/ Connect with Sandee www.sandeesgarlata.com Podcast: www.happinesssolved.com www.facebook.com/coachsandeesgarlata www.twitter.com/sandeesgarlata www.instagram.com/coachsandeesgarlata

Exploration Local
Finding Clarity & Purpose In A Colorado Gap Semester, with Karsyn Andress

Exploration Local

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 41:12


Although widely accepted in Europe since the 1960's, the thought of a gap year in our western culture makes many people, especially parents, uneasy and questioning whether the experience will be fruitful. But a 2015 study at Temple University found that the gap year experience had proved fruitful and unanimously positive: 98% said their year had helped them develop as a person, 96% found it increased their self-confidence, and 93% agreed that it had increased their communications skills. Many also reported that their gap year helped them acquire skills to be successful in their careers, develop a greater understanding of other cultures, and made them see themselves as global citizens.In this episode, I catch up with my daughter, Karsyn, who graduated this past spring and is currently spending a gap semester at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado. We talk about what the gap year experience has meant to her, how she's being challenged, and how she's growing. We also talk about her love and passion for the outdoors, and how growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains has helped shape her life and is impacting the things she wants to pursue in life.

Albany Law School Podcast
Remote Reproductive Rights - 2022 Katheryn D. Katz '70 Memorial Lecture

Albany Law School Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 59:08


Rachel Rebouché, Dean of Temple University's Beasley School of Law and the James E. Beasley Professor of Law speaks about “Remote Reproductive Rights” at Albany Law School on Nov. 7, 2022. The Katheryn D. Katz '70 Lecture Series was established in 2014 to focus on the family law topics that Professor Katz made central to her teaching, including domestic violence, gender and the law, children and the law, reproductive rights, and inequality.

Big Picture Science
Your Inner Tree (rebroadcast)

Big Picture Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 54:00


Declining biodiversity is a problem as fraught as climate change. Loss of habitat, monoculture crops, and the damming of waterways all lead to massive species extinction. They tear at life's delicate web, and threaten a balance established by four billion years of evolution. Can we reassess our relationship to Nature? We consider logging efforts that make elephants part of the work force, and how to leverage the cooperative behavior of trees. Becoming Nature's ally, rather than its enemy. Guests: Suzanne Simard – Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of British Columbia and author of “Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest.” Carl Safina – Professor of Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University and founder of the Safina Center, and author of “Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace.” Jacob Shell – Professor of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University, and author of “Giants of the Monsson Forest: Living and Working with Elephants.” Originally aired November 8, 2021 Featuring music by Dewey Dellay and Jun Miyake Big Picture Science is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please contact sales@advertisecast.com to inquire about advertising on Big Picture Science. You can get early access to ad-free versions of every episode by joining us on Patreon. Thanks for your support!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Doctor Nurse Podcast
DNP Ep. 64: How To Use Emotional Intelligence In Your Nursing Career

Doctor Nurse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 52:35


Tiffany Gibson, MSN-ED, RN, NPD, CPN graduated from Temple University in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Public Health. Tiffany obtained her Bachelor's in Nursing from Drexel University in 2008 and started her nursing career as a pediatric nurse. In 2015 Tiffany enrolled in Walden University to obtain a Master's degree in Nursing. In 2016 Tiffany maximized her professional growth by becoming a full-time Clinical Nurse Educator and part-time Adjunct Faculty. She also expanded her expertise and education by obtaining a post-master's certification in Healthcare Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and concentrating on equity and inclusion in nursing professional development and education. This sparked the idea to create New Nurse Academy, LLC. – online coaching mentoring and learning community for nursing along the career continuum. Tiffany continued her professional and educational development by completing a post-master certificate in Healthcare Diversity Leadership from Thomas Jefferson University – Institute of Emerging Health Professions in 2019. Tiffany is also a national board-certified Pediatric Nursing, and Nursing Professional Development Specialist. Tiffany's Links https://newnurse-academy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/newnurseacademy/ Follow up with the Doctor Nurse Podcast here! Success NP- Etsy Shop developed by my best friend and me who are both Nurse Practitioners and create beautiful designs for your life! Check us out. Picmonic covers thousands of hard-to-learn facts and topics, to help you master the material that healthcare students often struggle to learn. This study system helps boosts nursing and nurse practitioner students' confidence and grades. Picmonic learning system students increase retention and test scores. Why does Picmonic work? Years ago, psychologists and education researchers found mnemonics to be an effective tool in increasing retention and memory recall. Today, lots of different strategies for learning and memorization using mnemonics exist including keyword, phrase, music, and image mnemonics. Using the idea of image mnemonics and applying clever pictures and humorous characters tied together with story and audio -- and put it online to create the ultimate studying system for retention and memory recall. Use code DOCTORNURSE for 20% off your subscription. Become an NP Preceptor and make up to 8,000 bucks a year! CODES FOR MY LISTENERS: Sandrapagenta15- 15% off FlohWear by Undies Loft until November 19th!!!

City Cast Philly
The Troc Theater Survived by Accident, Now It's Reopening

City Cast Philly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 16:46


Back in 2019, The Trocadero Theater closed its doors. This historic theater and former concert venue has a really interesting past. Over the years, audiences could see Blackface minstrel shows, burlesque, Kung Fu movies and rock concerts. Now that there's money to reopen it, City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri talks with Peter Schmitz, adjunct theater history Professor at Temple University and host of the Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia podcast, about what we can learn from The Troc's past and predictions for its future.  Want some more Philly news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter. We're also on Twitter and Instagram! Follow us @citycastphilly. Have a question or just want to share some thoughts with the team? Leave us a voicemail at 215-259-8170.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

OnRoute to Wealth
Hiring for Success with Anna Papalia

OnRoute to Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 59:25


Join The Become a Millionaire & Smash the Patriarchy Party: https://onroutefinancial.ck.page/Starting a business is one thing, but scaling that business to it's true potential requires some help and collaboration. Unfortunately for many small business owners, we become so overwhelmed with the day to day tasks of running a business that we neglect the fundamental essentials of outsourcing work to someone who can actually help us with the growth of our business. Anna Papalia is the founder of SHIFT, an industry leading assessment, for job seekers and hiring managers to identify their interview style. Since launching SHIFT in 2011, Anna has served both private clients on an individual basis and large consulting projects with universities and corporations including Lincoln Financial Group and Temple University. She empowers business owners to cultivate a hiring process that works for their business. Listen to the full episode as she shares insights and ideas on how to hire smarter, so that you can run your business effectively, sustainably, and profitably. You can find Anna Papalia here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annapapalia/?hl=enWebsite: https://shiftprofile.com/