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Best podcasts about u m

Latest podcast episodes about u m

The Wolverine Podcast
Michigan Basketball vs. Illinois Preview, Football Talk With Brian Boesch

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 27:03


TheWolverine.com's John Borton and U-M basketball radio play-by-play man Brian Boesch discuss the Wolverines' upcoming game at Illinois (Friday night), before discussing Jim Harbaugh and Michigan football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 662: Brendan Quinn on MSU and U-M hoops; and picking this week's NFL playoff games with Harry

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 56:49


The Athletic's Brendan Quinn joined us for good discussion on MSU and U-M hoops, the direction of the two teams, whether they'll make up the game and who will win the Big Ten. Plus, we reveal the winners of the Couch and The Rube pick'em contest and then pick this week's NFL playoff games with Harry Gagnon.

The Wolverine Podcast
Ant Wright Breaks Down Michigan Basketball, Previews MSU Rivalry Game

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 37:11


TheWolverine.com's Clayton Sayfie and Chris Balas are joined by On3 content creator and analyst Ant Wright, a former U-M basketball player, to preview the Wolverines' matchup with Michigan State and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 659: Hot Take Monday

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 111:51


We dug into our hot takes and yours – on Michigan State's Peach Bowl win, the state of the program and what should happen next, as well as U-M's CFB Playoff loss and the state of that program, hopes for Spartan hoops and more, including The Rube's rant on our reactions to the deaths of John Madden and Betty White.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.23.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 59:34


Effects of Curcumin Supplementation on Inflammatory Markers, Muscle Damage, and Sports Performance during Acute Physical Exercise in Sedentary Individuals Universidade Federal de Viçosa (Brazil), December 14, 2021 Exhaustive and acute unusual physical exercise leads to muscle damage. Curcumin has been widely studied due to the variety of its biological activities, attributed to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, it has shown positive effects on physical exercise practitioners. However, there is no literature consensus on the beneficial effects of curcumin in acute physical activities performed by sedentary individuals. Therefore, we systematically reviewed evidence from clinical trials on the main effects of curcumin supplementation on inflammatory markers, sports performance, and muscle damage during acute physical exercises in these individuals. Most studies have shown positive effects of curcumin supplementation in sedentary individuals undergoing acute physical exercise. Overall, participants supplemented with curcumin showed less muscle damage, reduced inflammation, and better muscle performance. (NEXT) Long Term Study Alludes to Artificial Sweeteners and Cognitive Decline Link University of Barcelona, December 10. 2021 Diet is considered an important modulator of cognitive decline and dementia, but the available evidence is, however, still fragmented and often inconsistent. Methods and Results In conclusion, our prospective and validated data suggest that food-related and microbiota-derived metabolites may play an important role in the later development of CD. Our results support a protective association between metabolites reflecting the consumption of polyphenol-rich foods (i.e., fruits and vegetables), cocoa, coffee, mushrooms and red wine with CD, whereas other food components related to unhealthy dietary components (i.e., alcohol, artificial sweeteners) may have deleterious effects on cognition. (NEXT) Key role in brain health for vitamin E University of Newcastle (Australia), December 18, 2021 Vitamin E has a key role to play in reducing the onset of Alzheimer's disease, fatty liver diseases and other health risks, experts at a recent symposium on vitamin E have said. Eggersdorfersaid that more than 90% of the US's population did not meet their recommended daily allowance of vitamin E, which was a worry. Consumers were expected to take in enough vitamin E through their diets, but “they are characterised by an increasing intake of processed foods”, said Lisa Wood, associate professor at the Centre for Asthma and Respiratory Diseases at Australia's University of Newcastle. (NEXT) Childhood obesity linked with mother's unhealthy diet before pregnancy University of Southampton, December 22, 2021 New research led by the University of Southampton shows supporting women to eat a healthy diet pre-pregnancy could reduce risk of obesity for their children. New research, at the University of Southampton, has found children aged eight or nine were more likely to be obese if their mother had a poor diet during—and before—pregnancy. The research identifies these as critical times, when initiatives to reduce childhood obesity may be more effective. The results, published in the International Journal of Obesity, showed that if a mother-child pair was in a lower diet quality group, this was associated with child having a higher DXA percentage body fat and BMI at age eight or nine. This research shows the importance of intervening at the earliest possible stage in a child's life, in pregnancy or even before conception, to enable us to tackle it." (NEXT) Can Oily Fish, Cherries Or Milk Help You Sleep? Here's What The Evidence Shows Aston University (UK), December 20, 2021 Almost one-in-five British people report they don't get enough sleep each night. The problem is so bad that in total the UK public are losing around a night's worth of shut-eye each week. Our diet has an influence upon sleep patterns by affecting the sleep hormone melatonin. For example, foods rich in the essential amino acid tryptophan are commonly cited as helping sleep, as tryptophan helps produce melatonin. Additionally, some vitamins and minerals may help sleep, such as vitamin D, magnesium and zinc. Oily fish: Evidence suggests the more oily fish, such as salmon or herring, you eat the better you sleep. Oily fish contain healthy fats such as omega-3 oils which have been shown to improve sleep in children and are involved in serotonin release. Tart cherries: Evidence suggests that tart cherries improves sleep in older adults, probably due to their ability to increase melatonin levels. And tart cherries are also rich in nutrients, including magnesium, which also may improve your sleep. Warm milk: Research conducted in the 1970s suggested that a glass of warm milk before bed could improve sleep quality. This research was performed in a very small group however, and little research has been done since. Drinking milk does increase melatonin levels which could help. But there isn't enough evidence to support the claim that a glass of warm milk definitely makes you nod off. Herbal teas: Evidence for valerian, a common ingredient, to aid sleep is inconclusive. Decaffeinated green tea has been reported to improve sleep quality, which might be linked to the relaxing qualities of L-theanine, an amino acid it contains (NEXT) War metaphors for cancer hurt certain prevention behaviors University of Michigan, December 15, 2021 It's not unusual for people to use war metaphors such as "fight" and "battle" when trying to motivate patients with cancer. But a new University of Michigan study indicates that using those words can have an unintended negative effect. David Hauser, a U-M doctoral student in psychology, and colleague Norbert Schwarz of the University of Southern California, found in three studies that exposure to metaphoric language relating cancer to an enemy significantly lessens the extent to which people consider cancer-prevention behaviors.

Amigos Internautas
Apresentadora comete gafe ao vivo

Amigos Internautas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 13:14


The Wolverine Podcast
Michigan Basketball Breakdown With Ant Wright: What's Wrong With The Wolverines + Possible Fixes

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 40:44


TheWolverine.com staff writer Clayton Sayfie is joined by The Wolverine and On3 analyst Ant Wright, a former U-M player, to discuss the latest surrounding Michigan basketball, including what went wrong in its latest loss and potential fixes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Listen in, Michigan
Episode 48: Tales of a G-man, featuring Greg Stejskal

Listen in, Michigan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 19:53


FBI Case Files: Michigan -- Tales of a G-manMusic samples are royalty-free tracks from elements.envato.com 

The Wolverine Podcast
Michigan Basketball Breakdown With Former Wolverine Ant Wright

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 29:28


TheWolverine.com's Chris Balas and Clayton Sayfie are joined by the newest member of our team, former U-M player Ant Wright. The guys discuss the team's two-game win streak, upcoming slate, how the rest of the Big Ten is shaping up and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wolverine Podcast
Michigan at Nebraska postgame with Chris Balas & Jeff Schiller

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 20:05


Chris Balas and Jeff Schiller (MHoops1 on The Fort, TheWolverine.com's premium message board) break down U-M's win over Nebraska. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Michigan Minds
Michigan's Economic Recovery and Forecast for the New Year

Michigan Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 16:10


In this episode of Michigan Minds, Gabriel Ehrlich, PhD, Director of U-M's Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics (RSQE), discusses the economic recovery in Michigan as well as the economic forecasts for the US and Michigan economies. Ehrlich's research focuses primarily on macro and regional economics, and economic forecasting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Michigan Insider
Post Ohio State MEGA update: Zeke Berry commits, Domani drops U-M, & more - Michigan Recruiting Insider

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 87:44


Sam Webb, Steve Lorenz, and Brice Marich discuss new Michigan commits Zeke Berry, Adam Samaha, Joel Starlings, Ethan Burke and Semaj Morgan. Attention then turns to major recruiting developments in the aftermath of U-M's win over Ohio State - the Wolverines being eliminated by Domani Jackson, holding firm with Amorion Walker, fighting to fend off the SEC for Deone Walker, the sudden rise with 2023 Top247 LB Raylen Wilson, and the ongoing pursuit of Clemson safety commit Keon Sabb. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
MnB Exclusive: Tracy Wolfson discusses her time at U-M, OSU victory, Hutchinson in Heisman race

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 26:32


On today's Maize n Brew Podcast, Von Lozon sits down with CBS Sports reporter and University of Michigan alumna Tracy Wolfson. The four-time Emmy-nominated sports broadcaster is one of the most well-recognized and successful sideline reporters in the broadcast industry. She has covered the NFL, college football, college basketball, the NBA and so much more throughout her career. She attended and graduated from the University of Michigan and despite her busy work schedule, she still follows her alma mater's athletics like the die-hard fan she is. Wolfson discusses what drew her to U-M, the Michigan football team heading to Indianapolis for the first time for a shot at the Big Ten Championship, Aidan Hutchinson's case for the Heisman Trophy and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 649: MSU looks headed for NY6 Bowl; Nick Baumgardner on U-M and MSU football; and our picks with Harry

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 60:15


We react to MSU moving up to No. 11 in the CFB Playoff rankings and why that's important. Then The Athletic's Nick Baumgardner joined us for a great discussion on U-M football and the Wolverines' chances going forward and how MSU fans feel about it. Plus, our football picks and can't-miss parlays with Harry.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 649: MSU looks headed for NY6 Bowl; Nick Baumgardner on U-M and MSU football; and our picks with Harry

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 60:15


We react to MSU moving up to No. 11 in the CFB Playoff rankings and why that's important. Then The Athletic's Nick Baumgardner joined us for a great discussion on U-M football and the Wolverines' chances going forward and how MSU fans feel about it. Plus, our football picks and can't-miss parlays with Harry.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 648: Hot Take Sunday

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 133:06


We dug into our hot takes and yours – on MSU's snow-globe win over Penn State, the Spartans' bowl possibilities, MSU fans dealing with U-M beating Ohio State and playing for everything, the state of the Spartan basketball team and more.

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 648: Hot Take Sunday

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 133:06


We dug into our hot takes and yours – on MSU's snow-globe win over Penn State, the Spartans' bowl possibilities, MSU fans dealing with U-M beating Ohio State and playing for everything, the state of the Spartan basketball team and more.

Homilias - IVE
Homilia Padre Jaime Villavicencio, IVE: "Não ficará pedra sobre pedra." 23.11.2021

Homilias - IVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 4:08


Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo Lucas 21,5-11 Naquele tempo: Algumas pessoas comentavam a respeito do Templo que era enfeitado com belas pedras e com ofertas votivas. Jesus disse: 'Vós admirais estas coisas? Dias virão em que não ficará pedra sobre pedra. Tudo será destruído.' Mas eles perguntaram: 'Mestre, quando acontecerá isto? E qual vai ser o sinal de que estas coisas estão para acontecer? Jesus respondeu: 'Cuidado para não serdes enganados, porque muitos virão em meu nome, dizendo: 'Sou eu!' - e ainda: 'O tempo está próximo.' Não sigais essa gente! Quando ouvirdes falar de guerras e revoluções, não fiqueis apavorados. É preciso que estas coisas aconteçam primeiro, mas não será logo o fim.' E Jesus continuou: 'Um povo se levantará contra outro povo, um país atacará outro país. Haverá grandes terremotos, fomes e pestes em muitos lugares; acontecerão coisas pavorosas e grandes sinais serão vistos no céu. Palavra da Salvação.

Evangelho do Dia comentado
23/11/2021 - Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo São Lucas 21,5-11

Evangelho do Dia comentado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 2:23


Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo São Lucas 21,5-11 Naquele tempo: 5Algumas pessoas comentavam a respeito do Templo que era enfeitado com belas pedras e com ofertas votivas. Jesus disse: 6'Vós admirais estas coisas? Dias virão em que não ficará pedra sobre pedra. Tudo será destruído.' 7Mas eles perguntaram: 'Mestre, quando acontecerá isto? E qual vai ser o sinal de que estas coisas estão para acontecer? 8Jesus respondeu: 'Cuidado para não serdes enganados, porque muitos virão em meu nome, dizendo: 'Sou eu!' - e ainda: 'O tempo está próximo.' Não sigais essa gente! 9Quando ouvirdes falar de guerras e revoluções, não fiqueis apavorados. É preciso que estas coisas aconteçam primeiro, mas não será logo o fim.' 10E Jesus continuou: 'Um povo se levantará contra outro povo, um país atacará outro país. 11Haverá grandes terremotos, fomes e pestes em muitos lugares; acontecerão coisas pavorosas e grandes sinais serão vistos no céu. Palavra da Salvação. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/decioneves/message

The Wolverine Podcast
Chris Balas & Doug Skene talk Michigan win over Maryland, upcoming OSU game

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 25:59


Chris Balas and former Michigan All-Big Ten offensive lineman Doug Skene talks U-M's win over Maryland, a top five match-up with Ohio State and more.

Igreja Batista Plenitude
Inquieto, dividido e, finalmente, rendido | Pr.Hugo Zica | Igreja Batista Plenitude

Igreja Batista Plenitude

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 51:28


(João 3:1-21 / 7:44-53 / 19:38-42) 'Um rico de noite chegou a Jesus querendo saber o caminho da luz; o Mestre bem claro lhe fez entender: Importa Renascer!' - Assim se expressou o autor do memorável hino. O encontro entre Nicodemos e o Senhor Jesus, não resta dúvida, é um dos mais importantes registrados na Bíblia. Mas Nicodemos aparece também outras duas vezes na Palavra de Deus; cada menção dele mostra a jornada de seu coração, e como ele, ao final, finalmente entendeu a mensagem do Senhor. Essa jornada não é só dele, é de muitos, e como ele, todos, precisamos entender as palavras que Jesus lhe disse naquela noite. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/igreja-batista-plenitude/message

The Wolverine Podcast
Chris Balas and Doug Skene post-Penn State

The Wolverine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 28:54


Chris Balas and former Michigan All-Big Ten lineman Doug Skene break down U-M's big win at Penn State.

The Michigan Insider
Not over with Domani Jackson; Just beginning with elite ATH Nyckoles Harbour - Michigan Recruiting Insider

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 64:41


Sam Webb, Steve Lorenz, and Brice Marich break down Michigan's standing with 5-star USC commit Domani Jackson on the heels of his Alabama visit, then share the latest on Michigan's attempt to flip East Carolina commit Kaleb Webb. Attention then turns to U-M's strong push for Jimmy Rolder and Zeke Berry. The podcast closes with a lengthy interview with the track coach for top 2023 target and world class athlete, Nyckoles Harbour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 641: MSU Hoops Impressions, MSU's CFB Playoff Rankings Snub, and Our Best Bets

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 54:38


We dug into what we saw from Michigan State's basketball team against Kansas and what it means going forward. Then, did the College Football Playoff committee screw MSU by putting U-M ahead of the Spartans? And what that could mean down the road. Plus, our best bets with Harry Gagnon.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 641: MSU hoops impressions, MSU's CFB Playoff rankings snub, and our best bets

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 54:38


We dug into what we saw from Michigan State's basketball team against Kansas and what it means going forward. Then, did the College Football Playoff committee screw MSU by putting U-M ahead of the Spartans? And what that could mean down the road. Plus, our best bets with Harry Gagnon.

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
Michigan football's standing with remaining top targets in 2022 class

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 41:52


On this week's Future Brew podcast, Von Lozon is joined by 2022 offensive line commit Connor Jones, who discusses how his development has progressed throughout his senior season, how Michigan offensive line coach Sherrone Moore has helped him from a distance, his thoughts on Michigan's season, the other players in his class he is recruiting to Michigan, and his plan to graduate from high school early so he can enroll at U-M this winter. After that, we talk about a few remaining top targets in the 2022 class the Michigan Wolverines are trying to flip from other schools. I give my thoughts on these players and if they will be able to pull off the flip or not. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Moving Screen
The 2021-22 season is here and we're previewing MSU-Kansas and Michigan-Buffalo. LFG

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 65:11


College basketball is back this week. Dylan and Brendan dive into Michigan State-Kansas and discuss the key matchups, styles and personnel in Tuesday's Champions Classic opener. Then they switch over to Michigan and look at U-M's exhibition performance against Wayne State and what to expect against a Buffalo team picked to win the MAC.Timestamps:(6:52) Michigan State-Kansas Preview(42:00) Michigan Exhibition Thoughts, Buffalo preview

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 639: Twitter Question Friday

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 117:09


We dug into your Twitter questions – on Michigan State football's fears against Purdue, MSU's postseason outlook based on certain scenarios, U-M's predicament, Spartan basketball, the games we're betting this weekend and more.

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 639: Twitter Question Friday

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 117:09


We dug into your Twitter questions – on Michigan State football's fears against Purdue, MSU's postseason outlook based on certain scenarios, U-M's predicament, Spartan basketball, the games we're betting this weekend and more.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 637: Hot Take Sunday

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 146:36


We dug into our hot takes and yours – almost entirely on Michigan State's win over Michigan, Kenneth Walker's growing Heisman campaign, how a lack of humility from U-M alumni is hurting the Wolverines, what's next for the Spartans, their College Football Playoff chances and more.

Couch and The Rube
Ep. 637: Hot Take Sunday

Couch and The Rube

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 146:36


We dug into our hot takes and yours – almost entirely on Michigan State's win over Michigan, Kenneth Walker's growing Heisman campaign, how a lack of humility from former U-M players is hurting the Wolverines, what's next for the Spartans, their College Football Playoff chances and more.Plus, a couple stories worth telling – brought to you by Midtown Brewing Company in downtown Lansing. There is no better place for a meal or beer and conversation with a friend or colleague than Midtown Brewing Company. You'll love this menu and beer selection and vibe. Trust us.If you've got questions about investing for retirement, saving for college or anything investment related, Mark and Jay at Northcoast Wealth Management want to help you make smart financial decisions and get your money working for you in the market. Give them a call at 248-626-2000, email them at info@northcoastwm.com or visit them online at northcoastwm.com. Mark and Jay are in Southeast Michigan, but distance is no obstacle. Let them know you heard about them from Couch and the Rube and receive a free consultation to see if they're the right fit for you.Every episode of Couch and The Rube is presented by Skymint Premium Cannabis, with locations throughout Michigan, including their East Lansing location which hosted Saturday's Couch and The Rube / Skymint pregame tailgate. Let Skymint guide you on your cannabis journey, like they have us. Visit Skymint.com for location information and specials and use the promo code couchandrube20 for 20% off at any Skymint location.

Standing Room Spartans
Michigan Preview

Standing Room Spartans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 49:20


Kevin and Scott preview the U-M game detailing key matchups and storylines! Share, Subscribe, Rate, and Review! https://twitter.com/StandingRoomMSU https://twitter.com/spartanmartin18 https://www.standingroomspartans.com/ We are presented by The Pigskin Podcast Network and Draftkings Sportsbook (use promo code TPPN when signing up for special offers!)

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Conqu'ring Heroes 36 - Sarah Cain & Tripp Welborne

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 31:12


We continue to catch up with Hall of Honor inductees here on Conqu'ring Heroes! This week, we begin with Sarah Cain of women's gymnastics, who discusses her journey to U-M back in the late 1990s (2:00) and reflects on the meaning of last year's team winning the program's first national championship (8:30). Then, former football safety Tripp Welborne joins the show to talk about the family nature of the Wolverines' athletic department (15:45), the success of the program while he wore the Winged Helmet (20:00), and some of the individual highlights during his Michigan career (23:30).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
In the Trenches 220 - Mazi Smith & Andy Johnson

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:16


On this week's "Seven from 77," Jon discusses his early thoughts on Northwestern (8:00) and the big storylines across the Big Ten and the Top 25 (13:00). Then, we share a pair of great interviews with you. First, defensive lineman Mazi Smith stops by to discuss his improvement throughout the season (24:15), the ways he utilized the bye week (26:45), and his mentality on the field and in the locker room (29:45). We wrap up the show by learning about the George Jewett Trophy with its creator, U-M alum Andy Johnson. He talks about the honor of crafting this trophy (35:30), the process of finishing the trophy within a tight timeline (40:00), and the delivery process before Saturday's game (48:30).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Michigan Minds
Pioneering Learning and Weather-Related Tools

Michigan Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 23:29


In this episode of Michigan Minds, U-M professor of climate and space sciences and of engineering and 2021 Distinguished University Innovator Award winner Perry Samson, PhD, discusses the series of pioneering learning and weather-related tools and technologies he helped develop and the successful companies he launched around them. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Enrollment Insights Podcast
#37 - Corynn Myers and Thought Leaders, Influencers, and Content Creators

Enrollment Insights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 32:41


In this episode, you will hear from Corynn Myers. Corynn is a marketing strategist at Convince and Convert working with organizations like Visit California, Oracle, Arizona State University, Purdue, and others to build content strategies for today's attention-strapped world. She also provides recruitment strategy consulting to colleges and universities across the US. Prior to joining Convince & Convert, Corynn led marketing and communications strategy at the University of Michigan where she built U-M's in-house digital marketing team and oversaw digital strategy across presidential initiatives. 0:55 - Eliminating project check-ins improved management style and personal work style 4:08 - Approach projects backward to be more creative and ask for off-the-cuff perspectives 6:58 - Defining thought leaders, influencers, and content creators 11:08 - Intentionality defines thought leaders, but maybe not always influencers 13:24 - How to tactically use thought leaders, influencers, and content creators for marketing 14:39 - Opportunities for using nano and microinfluencers and content creators 15:53 - Focusing on which group to use for your goals 18:45 - A starting point for small schools/teams to engage content creators: Build a content strategy first 22:14 - Finding and nurturing thought leaders, influencers, and content creators 24:52 - Thought leaders aren't defined by title 25:56 - How to you nurture when you recognize talent 28:11 - The fine line between providing guidance and dictating content 29:51 - Pitfalls to avoid 30:41 - Final thoughts Show notes are available on the Enrollment Insights Blog at niche.bz/podcast. In the Enrollment Insights Podcast, you'll hear about novel solutions to problems, ways to make processes better for students, and the questions that spark internal reflection and end up changing entire processes.

Michigan Minds
Toward An Anti-Ableist Academy Conference & Disability Community Month

Michigan Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 16:31


The University of Michigan Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is hosting the Toward an Anti-Ableist Academy conference throughout the month of October in correlation with Disability Community Month. Oluwaferanmi O. Okanlami, assistant professor of family medicine, physical medicine & rehabilitation, and urology, and U-M's Director of Student Accessibility and Accommodation Services, will give a keynote speech to kick off the conference on Monday, Oct. 4 at 10am. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Secret Speaking Powers | Do People WANT to Listen to You? (Part 4)

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 35:55


Eliminate these linguistic foibles 1 - The Up-Swing. Ending declarative sentences with a question mark. Not only is this grammatically incorrect, it creates discomfort from your listener. If all of your sentences sound like questions, the listener is subconsciously compelled to say 'uh-huh' or 'mm-hum' or 'right', because you SOUND like you're asking a question. Time magazine noted that a study found these speech patterns make "speakers sound less competent, less trustworthy, less educated and less hirable." 2 - The repetitive tic. 'Um', 'like', 'you know..' These are bridge words that usually indicate someone is thinking, but over-use of them makes you hard to listen to and less competent sounding. They're also known as 'filler' words which degrade the meaning of your sentences. 3 - Qualifiers are a different version of filler words. Words such as, "really," "literally," "basically," "right?" and "kind of" are fine when used now and then, but lose their meaning with over use. 4 - Physical tics. Tapping your foot when you're nervous, playing with your hair, adjusting your glasses. Hard to watch can translate into hard to listen to. 5 - Dropping volume at the end of sentences. This is the opposite of the upswing and speech coaches call it 'verbal fry'. You actually can't hear the last part of the last word. It's distracting to the listener because they're having to guess at what you're saying. 6 - Speaking too quickly or too slowly. A good gauge of pace is to listen to well-done podcasts. You can tell when someone is very listen-able. They have good tonality, speed and phrasing. 7 - Not bringing in your listener for an interactive experience; talking 'at' someone versus talking 'with' them. Schedule A Free Coaching Call Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Listen on Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Conqu'ring Heroes 31 - Sam Grewe

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 21:28


Brian is in for Jon this week, and he catches up with current U-M medical student Sam Grewe, who won a gold medal in the high jump at the Paralympics Games a few weeks ago. Grewe discusses his decision to amputate his right leg in seventh grade (2:00), the process of transitioning to adaptive sports as a teenager (6:00), his memories from the day he won gold (10:00), and his professional goals in the medical field (15:00). This interview was made possible thanks to our friends at Michigan Medicine and their "Michigan Answers Spotlight" feature on our football radio broadcasts this season. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Fith Chapter
DENNIS FITHIAN TALKS College Football Week 1, NFL WEEK 1 and RAAJ BUNDLES APPEARS

The Fith Chapter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 54:23


Michigan BLOWS OUT WESTERN MICHIGAN... Kenny Walker lights it up for Michigan State plus more College Football Wekk 1.. Fithian likes the pace Ole Miss plays at #Fast #uptempo.But is Penn State Legit or is it another Vale to confuse Brian Chapman?Spartan fans were loud from the start of Friday night's 38-21 win, with Kenneth Walker III's 75-yard, first-play touchdown making the presence of the pro-MSU crowd known immediately. So much so that Jayden Reed took a 15-yard celebration penalty for slapping hands with a green-clad fan in the front row of the south end zone after the score.The next step for Tucker and the Spartans will be their first actual home game in front of fans Saturday at Spartan Stadium when Youngstown State visits for a noon kickoff (Big Ten Network).Alabama solidified its hold on the No. 1 position in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll, but the rest of the Top 25 looks a lot different after a compelling set of results from Week 1.The Crimson Tide looked as impressive as ever in their opening victory against Miami (Fla.). Alabama claimed 64 of 65 first-place votes easily retaining the top spot. The Hurricanes do remain in the poll, however, holding on at No. 24.Georgia vaults to No. 2, picking up the remaining first-place nod, after shutting down then-No. 2 Clemson in the weekend's marquee contest. The Tigers slip to No. 6. Ohio State moves up to No. 3 after staving off Minnesota in its Big Ten road opener. Oklahoma slips to No. 4 after struggling to put away Tulane. Texas A&M rounds out the top five.MICHIGAN RUNS WILD-Michigan football, which had no problems with Western Michigan in the season opener on Saturday, is second in the "others receiving votes" category, behind just Auburn. U-M's opponent for this week, Washington, began the season No. 21 in the poll. But the Huskies' loss to FCS Montana has knocked them off of everyone's ballot. Man The Fith Chapter has a killer Thumbnail for their live stream at 7pm… JOIN Dennis Fithian to discuss…WEEK 1 in College Football…. Is Kenny Walker legit? Michigan routs Western Michigan OVER UNDERS WITH RAAJ BUNDLES! Streaming tonight and on ever podcast apple afterwards.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Ep. 613: Hot Take Monday

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 101:46


We dug into our hot takes and yours — on MSU football's win at Northwestern and what it means for hopes for this season, Kenneth Walker as a Heisman candidate, U-M's start, bad bets, horrible announcers and more.

Strength in the Midst of a Pandemic
Creating Community and Compassion featuring Lyss Shumaker

Strength in the Midst of a Pandemic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 14:24


This episode of Strength in the Midst of Change features Lyss Shumaker, 2020 LSA alumna and co-founder of the Michigan Caregivers and Student Parent Organization, a CEW+ Student Sponsored Organization focused on creating community among student caregivers through programming and events. Lyss talks about what inspired her to advocate for student parents and the unique challenges that they encounter along their journey. Make sure to listen to the end to hear the advice she would share with her peers about how to create change and her vision for the future of student parents at U-M. You can download and subscribe to Strength in the Midst of Change from — Apple Podcasts and SoundCloud. Subscribe, listen, and enjoy!

The Beat with Brendan Quinn and Nick Baumgardner: A show about Michigan college sports

On this week's episode of The Beat, Nick and Brendan dive into BQ's caddying, Michigan State AD, Spartans football and U-M football as camp gets into the dog days. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Talking Friendship with Mike D Podcast
Season 2 - Episode 8 - Eric Metz

The Talking Friendship with Mike D Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 51:44


In Episode 8 of Season 2 Mike welcomes his undergrad and north side of Chicago friend Eric Metz to the podcast where they discuss the Breeze/breezin', what life was like in the city of Chicago in the 2000s, Eric's first home purchase, the origin of the nickname Mike Jones/Jonesy for Mike D, and Mike offers Eric and his wife Kathryn a public apology for missing their wedding.Follow the podcast on Twitter: @friendsofmikedEmail the podcast at talkingfriendship@gmail.comKey moments from the pod: 0:30: Mike welcomes listeners to Season 2 Episode 8 featuring Mike's friend Eric Metz.1:40: Mike breaks down the immense level of positive feedback that has come in related S2E7 (the Jack & Nolan Tate episode).2:15: Mike then takes the listeners through a bevy of corrections from past episodes (focused on Episodes S2E6.5 and S2E7). 6:15: Mike updates the listeners on what's been going on with him, which mainly centers around the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.8:00: Mike gives a little more background on this episode's guest, Eric Metz, while highlighting a classic song they used to listen back in Chicago.11:25: Mike welcomes Eric Metz onto the podcast.12:50: Eric gives the listeners what they want: his life story growing up in the Flint, MI region.14:40: Eric then gives an update for how his very busy life is going these days.15:50: Mike and Eric talk about the surprisingly tight geographic region they frequented back in the day in Chicago.17:00: Eric then talks about his longest running friend, Brett Quayle.18:45: Mike and Eric talk about the last time they hung in person and it was an embarrassingly long time ago.19:30: Mike and Eric retrace some of the earliest memories of their friendship, back to their days at the University of Michigan, including when Mike only knew Eric as “Spinderella”, how Eric's basketball skills are similar to Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric playing college soccer at U-M, and how Eric ended up in Chicago.23:40: Mike and Eric trace the earliest origins of the “Breeze” rec hoops team, which went on to set the north side of Chicago hoops scene on fire as well as the completely unnecessary car Mike leased after law school.25:30: Eric and Mike then tell the story behind Mike D's infamous nickname “Mike Jones/Jonesy”.27:50: Eric and Mike then talk about the insanely large patio at Eric's post-college condo in the River North neighborhood in Chicago and how it led to one of the all time legendary annual summer social events, which was inspired by the fashion choices of Sean “P Diddy” Combs.32:10: Mike tells the story about how Eric introduced him to a tradition of buying in bulk known as “Bottle Service”, which was really more of an economics lesson than anything else.34:40: Mike and Eric go DEEP on the history of the Breeze hoops team, one particular ref they had issues with, post-game traditions, commentary on the hoops games' of each of the original team members, how they “fund raised” on behalf of the squad at Halligan's Bar in Lincoln Park and how “breezin'” was a state of mind.40:40: Mike comes clean and apologizes to Eric about something in their past that had been weighing on Mike's mind related to Eric's wedding weekend.  Eric graciously accepts.44:10: Eric breaks down how to keep a friendship going at this point in his life.45:20: Eric then talks about what he's excited about coming up in his life in the next months.46:10: Mike takes Eric through the (not so) Rapid Fire segment, including talking about Eric's favorite place to grab food in undergrad at the University of Michigan, favorite north side of Chicago spot to breeze at, his favorite sport to play as a kid, his favorite ‘04 Piston, and his favorite road U-M tailgate he attended with Mike when Mike was still living in Chicago.

The Michigan Insider
The five 'must get' recruits - Michigan Recruiting Insider

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 57:30


Sam Webb, Steve Lorenz, and Brice Marich discuss the major takeaways from the Keon Sabb recruitment. From there the trio reset Michigan's safety and linebacker boards, and share the latest on Dillon Tatum and Lander Barton. Next the crew points out five must get recruits for U-M (i.e. the five most attainable targets at the biggest positions of need). The podcasts closes with a discussion of more Barbecue at the Big House confirmations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Talking Friendship with Mike D Podcast
Season 2 - Episode 6 - Eric Lemieur

The Talking Friendship with Mike D Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 76:15


In the Season 2 Episode 6 Finale Mike welcomes one of the more solid friends he's ever made named Eric Lemieur into the Virtual Podcast Studio where they discuss a Disney-esque flag football team known as the Raiders, Buddy Bubner, the Vox and the Miyagi Proud Face.Follow the podcast on Twitter: @friendsofmikedEmail the podcast at talkingfriendship@gmail.comKey moments from the pod: 0:30: Mike welcomes listeners to S2E6.1:50: Mike teases the next Point Fiver of Season 2 which is coming as episode 6.5.  It involves a guest who was a listener favorite from Episode 1 (S1E4 guest John Baker!) and it also involves music.3:00: Mike then goes over some recent challenges with the podcast staff (Listeners - the staff could use your support right now) before getting into some corrections from the S2E5 featuring Chris Duprey.  7:50: Mike talks about what's going on with him, and this time it centers around the sport of tennis, including his top 5 favorite things about it which involve his unorthodox technique, an amazing romantic comedy that takes place at one of Mike's favorite tournaments, his usual Saturday morning game in Ann Arbor, and a band that bears the sport's name.19:50: Mike welcomes Eric Lemieur to the Podcast.20:20: Eric breaks down his enthralling life story, including rising from the ashes in Southeastern Michigan and his docile children.22:15: Eric updates the listeners on how life is going in his neck of the woods and it involves a lot of youth sports, trips to the Sunshine State and playing a little below average golf.28:20: Eric then talks about who his longest running friend is and how that friendship stays strong (warning: Eric drops an extremely insightful quote from “To Kill a Mockingbird”).  It's actually his cousin Pat Cupples, who Eric compares to Arnold Schwarzenegger and himself to Danny DeVito.  32:25: Mike and Eric talk about the last time they saw each other in person, back in February of 2020.33:50: Mike and Eric then talk about the historic origins of their friendship at the house of the fraternity Mike was pledging at the time, including robbing the house of a significant amount of Hamm's Ice.37:30: Eric talks about an early attempt by Eric's roommate from his fraternity house (Adam “the Moose” Morse) to mount a non-flat screen to the wall in their room.40:15: Mike and Eric go DEEP about CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) basketball when they were kids in the Detroit area and how amazing of an experience it was.43:50: Mike and Eric tell the long overdue tale of the 2000 Raiders IM Flag Football Team.  It's basically a Disney movie.47:30: Eric talks about living at 911 Greenwood while in college, the giant projector TV in the house, and the interesting tradition that would happen during house parties they hosted.50:10: Mike and Eric talk about one of their all time favorite golfers: Robert Edward Charles “Buddy” Bubner.51:50: Mike and Eric discuss “The Vox” which is a primary way they stay in touch with each other and a few other friends.56:00: Mike and Eric then get into one of their all time favorite live sports watching memories which took place at Wrigley Field in 2006 for a Tigers/Cubs game.59:00: Eric gives his keys to a good friendship at this place while quoting the movie “Stand By Me”.1:02:03: Eric then discusses what he's excited about on his end for the next few months, including lots of trips.1:04:45: Mike takes Eric through the (not so) Rapid Fire segment, including walking his sons around U-M's campus, taking trips with his family, his favorite place to travel when he was traveling for business, his favorite recent TV shows, his favorite dinner spots in GR, and his all time favorite University of Michigan sports memories.

The Bucket Problem
Episode Four: We Refuse To Not Enjoy Football

The Bucket Problem

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 51:52


In this week's episode, we focus on how we're approaching the 2021 football season as fans. After reading the rather alarming results of a twitter poll on Michigan fans' preseason excitement, we delve into the ways we're looking to get enjoyment out of a hobby that—lest we forget—is supposed to be enjoyable. We are, collectively, more optimistic than the fanbase at large. (Yes, this may surprise some of you.) Some of our reasons don't relate specifically to the football team: a return to something hopefully approaching normalcy on football Saturdays is a significant driver of our anticipation. We name a number of on-field reasons, too! We also discuss why the athletes deserve our support even when the program and university do not. Finally, we each name the top three reasons we're excited for the season—which Alex does in the midst of making plans to attend a game—then finish off with a clean sweep of good vibes. Also: a long tangent on the former Ravens staffers now coaching at U-M. There's even consensus praise for how Jim Harbaugh has committed to changing and improving the program since signing his extension. (There's no praise for his comments on Bo Schembechler, however.) Use promo code BUCKETPROBLEM for 15% off your first order at homefieldapparel.com, your home for the best, softest, retro logo-est, dunking mascot-est, most fashionable licensed collegiate gear you can imagine. Yes, they have Michigan—and Slippery Rock.

The Michigan Insider
More July Fireworks; Big House BBQ Preview - Michigan Recruiting Insider

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 65:18


Sam Webb and Brice Marich break down the commitment of Micah Pollard, the update Michigan's EDGE and LB boards. The duo focuses extensively on where things stand with LB targets Jeremy Patton and Deuce Spurlock. Attention then turns to the expanded DT board and new targets Derrick Shepard, Shone Washington, and Robby Harrison. Next up the TMI team tackled a listener question - is it possible for Michigan to get back in on Tennessee DT commit Jordan Phillips. The podcast concludes with a discussion of noteworthy targets planning to attend U-M's annual Barbecue at the Big House. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bucket Problem
Episode Three: NIL and You, Featuring Alex Kirshner

The Bucket Problem

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 72:18


The Bucket Problem welcomes its very first guest this week. The first half of this week's episode is an interview with Alex Kirshner (of Split Zone Duo, Moon Crew, The Sinful Seven, and more) about the recent developments in Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) rights. Alex covers what the new rules entail, which schools and athletes could benefit the most, what enforcement now looks like, where the NCAA goes from here, how these changes impact Michigan's outlook, and much more. This is uncharted territory and it's fascinating to speculate where it will go. Co-hosts Alex Cook and Connor Southard then join the show to help answer listener mailbag questions on the keys to the football team starting the season well, the importance of recruiting the state of Ohio, and whether back-to-back grad transfers is reason for concern about Juwan Howard's point guard development. We also discuss whether we believe U-M will take good advantage of the new NIL rules. In our vibes of the week, hear what prompted this: “Donate $50 by the end of the day or else Jim will lose to Ohio State again!” Use promo code BUCKETPROBLEM for 15% off your first order at homefieldapparel.com, your home for the best, softest, retro logo-est, dunking mascot-est, most fashionable licensed collegiate gear you can imagine. Yes, they have Michigan—and Slippery Rock.

The Michigan Insider
Is a 'big July' on tap for Michigan? - Michigan Recruiting Insider

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 77:36


Sam Webb, Steve Lorenz, and Brice Marich break down the commitments of Alessandro Lorenzetti and Kevonte Henry. Henry's coach Brandon Manumaleuna sheds light on his star pupil's game and recruitment. The crew then discusses U-M's positive momentum with Sebastian Cheeks, Jahlil Florence, and Colston Loveland. Next on the docket was addressing rumors that Michigan had fallen out of contention with no. 1 TE Oscar Delp. From there the trio projects the impact of Thomas Wilcher's move from Cass Tech to Michigan State. The podcast ends with a discussion about Michigan targets trending towards July decisions and talk that the Wolverines are in line to land several of them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices