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Welcome back to our expansion of the Business Beyond Usual concept. Each week, our regular BBU team runs down the top happenings at Michigan Ross for the coming week and welcomes a special guest. This week, Eric chats with Ebuka and Keith, two new members of the BBU team, about their backgrounds, their initial impressions of Michigan Ross, and their feelings going into final exams this week.Check out the BBU “Ross Weekly” today, and watch out for the next full episode of “Business Beyond Usual,” coming soon.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Producer and Host: Eric Hopfenbeck.Guests: Ebuka Ufondu and Keith Luu.Executive Producers: Christina Weiberg, Eric Hopfenbeck, and Bob NeedhamCopyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Charlie visits Ann Arbor, MI, home of University of Michigan for the first stop in Turning Point USA's "Exposing Critical Racism Tour." Charlie levels six real world examples of how CRT is being implemented in American industry and institutions in ways that will fundamentally damage the entire society if adopted by the majority. Charlie contrasts true American ideals passed down by the Founding Fathers and kept alive by every generation of Americans up until today, with the ideas of CRT, which believes this country was establish and founded on racism by racist white men. Charlie dismantles these notions and explains why it's impossible, with an honest reading of history, to believe that America is as simplistically evil as "they" want you to believe. Charlie then takes questions from students in attendance, where no topic is off limits. Visits TPUSA.com/CRT to come to the next stop in the tour. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special “person on the street” episode, returning MBAs offer some advice to incoming students; new MBAs talk about what they're looking forward to; and everyone reflects on one word to best describe the school.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at email@example.com.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Hosts and Producers: Christina Weiberg, Eric Hopfenbeck.Executive Producers: Eric Hopfenbeck, Christina Weiberg, and Bob Needham.Producers: Alex Abrams, Varun Joshi. Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman.Copyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Welcome back to our expansion of the Business Beyond Usual concept. Each week, our regular BBU team runs down the top happenings at Michigan Ross for the coming week and welcomes a special guest. This week, Eric chats with guest Thomas Krouse about his background, his personal coming-out story, the Out For Business club, and upcoming events for Coming Out Week.Check out the BBU “Ross Weekly” today, and watch out for the next full episode of “Business Beyond Usual,” coming soon, featuring many different Voices of Ross.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Producer and Host: Eric Hopfenbeck.Guest: Thomas Krouse.Executive Producers: Christina Weiberg, Eric Hopfenbeck, and Bob NeedhamCopyright 2021 - University of Michigan
After a brief summer hiatus, we're back! And we've got some great stories lined up for y'all!! This week on the pod, we chat with Dr. Laura Haynes (she/her) a postdoctoral fellow in the Ginsburg lab at the University of Michigan. Laura shares with us her personal journey through academia so far, which has largely been influenced by family and location, which is often not talked about. She also shares with us her experience getting pregnant in a queer relationship and being pregnant as a postdoc. You don't want to miss this one! You can follow Laura on Twitter @LMHaynes and us @MFQCPod. We'll see y'all next time and remember that Black Lives Matter today and everyday.
In this episode of the PRS Global Open Keynotes Podcast, Nicholas Do MD, Steven R. Buchman MD, and Christian J Vercler MD discuss new advances in craniofacial surgery and the exploration of the functional matrix theory. The PRS Global Open University of Michigan Mini-Series on “Craniofacial Surgery and Bone Healing” contains 3 peer-reviewed articles on the topic and is available to read for free on PRSGlobalOpen.com. Read it here: https://bit.ly/CraniofacialMichigan Dr. Do is a board-certified plastic surgeon, former Craniofacial Fellow at the University of Michigan, and current Assistant Professor at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dr. Buchman is a board-certified plastic surgeon, tenured Professor of Surgery in the Section of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Michigan, Director of the Craniofacial Anomalies Program at the University of Michigan Medical Center, and the Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Dr. Vercler is a board-certified plastic surgeon is an Associate Professor in the Section of Plastic Surgery in the Department of Surgery at Michigan Medicine. He serves as Co-Chair of the Clinical Ethics Service of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine at the University of Michigan. Your host, Dr. Damian Marucci, is a board-certified plastic surgeon and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Sydney in Australia. #PRSGlobalOpen #KeynotesPodcast #PlasticSurgery
They were out of printer ink. It took me by surprise, and they shrugged it off. Supply chains, amiright?Dan and Mike get in there to discuss live albums. An exploration ensues that is good. And at some point Dan says, "Sleeveless Ts are a must."Enjoy! Show notesThe blog with all the archived episodes: http://thecatopodcast.blogspot.com/Dan's wrestling pod: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ryno-wrestling-review/id1136905544Dan and Jess's HP pod: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/broomsticks-and-butterbeer/id1287824931Love and Mercy trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lioWzrpCtGQMad stats for Bowie's album: https://www.discogs.com/David-Bowie-Live-Nassau-Coliseum-76/master/1157343Portlandia pet sounds sketch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP5-jp6nbsMFlight of the Conchords David Bowie sketch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc4efBM_9JMStrange tale of Dennis and Charles: https://www.biography.com/news/charles-manson-dennis-wilson-friendship
They were out of printer ink. It took me by surprise, and they shrugged it off. Supply chains, amiright? Dan and Mike get in there to discuss live albums. An exploration ensues that is good. And at... Comparing Apples to Oranges is a podcast that tackles trivial topics with some serious research and debate. Check in once a month for a lively conversation around two things from the same category that don't belong in the same genre. This is where you can find all the episodes.
We will be going through many of the VLOG segments tonight including beer, mail, retro vapings, liquid tastings, GTKGG, some news, some advocacy. Some really smart and important people ( Kenneth Warner ) at the University Of Michigan have publically come out in FAVOR of vaping. Will this change anything? probably not, but this does show us beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are on the right side of history and all the science is showing that.
Let's Take It From The Top with Jaye Alexander! We begin another series of LTIFTT, this time focusing on all things COLLEGE! Over the next 4 weeks, we will hear from 4 amazing artists who attended 4 of the top college Musical Theatre programs in the country. We begin with Jaye, who attended The University of Michigan! We cover everything from the college audition process to senior showcase, so get ready to learn a lot and enjoy this episode with Jaye. Let's Connect!Connect with Halle!Instagram @letstakeitfromthetop & @hallemastroberardinoEmail email@example.com Connect with Jaye!Instagram @jaye.xanderSpotify Check out The University of Michigan Musical Theatre ProgramWebsiteU of M InstagramUofM Musical Theatre Instagram
Chi-Town hooper turned Michigan legend, we've got THE Juwan Howard on this week's episode of Knuckleheads. And this one? This one's for the culture, y'all. How the Fab Five assembled and the origin of their signature swag. Getting drafted and playing with Chris Webber again. Winning a ring after 17 years in the league and just needing to feel that champs' champagne in his eyes – no goggles. And finally getting back to Michigan, where he's determined to capture the NCAA title that eluded the Fab Five back in the day. It's story time from one of our favorite OGs. Don't miss. Young Chicago ballers and playing AAU with Chris Webber [6:50] University of Michigan, Fab Five culture, Duke vs. Michigan [18:55] Getting drafted to Washington, rookie year with C-Webb, and his 100-million-dollar contract [44:00] How he kept the best haircut in the game, Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki. [57:15] Tracy McGrady, Juwan's signature jump hook, winning an NBA Championship [1:03:25] The Juwan Howard Foundation, coaching at Michigan, the Miami Heat and Udonis Haslem [1:28:00] About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_oEpHy1IGw Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knuckleheadspodcast/?hl=en Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Knuckleheadspod/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Dynamical Role for Acetylcholine in Synaptic Renormalization, Resonance with subthreshold oscillatory drive organizes activity and optimizes learning in neural network, and Acetylcholine Mediates Dynamic Switching Between Information Coding Schemes in Neuronal Networks Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Michal Zochowski is Professor of Physics and Biophysics at the University of Michigan. His group focuses on trying to understand mechanisms of the formation of patterns in coupled dynamical systems, with special focus on their applicability and role during information processing in the brain. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message
Our special guest this week on the Winning in Asia podcast is Dr Linda Lim, my corporate strategy professor at the University of Michigan and a forever mentor. Linda has a gift for presenting complex economic dynamics in a down-to-earth, folksy way. And her laughter is contagious. She and her husband Dr. Pete Gosling have hosted some of Ann Arbor's best-ever parties for former students. We would gather at their home for delicious Thai or Indoesnian food and music. I still remember all the books lining the walls, which she tells me number in the thousands. In this episode, we talk about the intensifying economic and technological rivalry between the United States and China. If she were an investor, where would she place her chips? What does she make of China's ambitions to be the world dominator in next-generation technologies? And is getting an MBA today still worth the investment? Born and raised in Singapore, Dr Lim was educated at Cambridge and Yale and then earned her PhD from the University of Michigan. #WinningInAsia / #ZozoGo https://twitter.com/Dunne_ZoZoGohttps://www.instagram.com/zo.zo.go/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dunne-a696901a/
Jordan Acker was a University of Michigan alum and lawyer working hard and raising a family when he went through a health scare that landed him in the UM hospital system. That experience made him realize just how important the university was to the state -- which led him to ultimately running for the Board of Regents to help govern it. When he won in 2018, he became the first Regent to graduate from the university in this century. Since taking office, he's helped raise the minimum wage, expanded free college to thousands of Michiganders, made it easier for employees to unionize, and changed sexual assault reporting standards for the first time since 1996. Learn more then follow Jordan on Twitter at @JordanAckerMI And remember - if you have questions or comments, give us a call at 833-244-5382 and you might appear on our 50th episode in a couple weeks! Produced by Dear Media.
Chris Peters (Hockey Sense) joins Jack Jablonski in the sixth and final episode of our 2021 NHL Entry Draft coverage. The pair discuss the trio of highly ranked prospects coming out of the University of Michigan and focus on the top Russian prospects as well.
Episode 74 (Madison Bowey)The fellas were joined by Brighton, MI native and current forward for the University of Michigan Wolverines, Luke Morgan. Luke is a hell of a player and has played with some notable names throughout his career (Quinn Hughes and Josh Norris - sound familiar?) Luke takes us through every stepping stone that led him to donning the maize and blue, which, as a Michigan native, is a dream come true (shut up State fans - it's the same for you too). *did not mean for any of this to rhyme* Side note: just this past year, Luke played with three of the players that will likely be drafted in the top 10 in this year's NHL entry draft (Matt Beniers, Owen Power, and Kent Johnson). Luke has been feeding these guys so many apples it's a wonder why he hasn't gotten a look at the big show. The boys round out with some talk about the finals between the Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning. This is first appearance by a Canadian team since 2011 and Montreal's first trip to the final since they won it back in 1993. This would be Tampa's first time in franchise history playing for a chance at back-to-back Stanley Cups. Buckle up, folks - the end is near!
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Nate Wallace, co-host of Red Spin Sports podcast, for another edition of our weekly segment “The Red Spin Report.” They discuss the Navy's refusal to let cornerback Cameron Kinley pursue an NFL career and the revelation that legendary University of Michigan coach Bo Schembechler overlooked the long-term sexual abuse of players—including his own son—by the team's physician.
A selective role for dopamine in stimulus–reward learning, Mapping sign-tracking and goal-tracking onto human behaviors, and The paraventricular thalamus is a critical mediator of top-down control of cue motivated behavior in rats. Prof. Shelly Flagel is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and the Interim Co-Director of Michigan Neuroscience Institute at the University of Michigan. Her laboratory studies individual differences in vulnerability to mental illness, with a focus on addiction. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
In this episode, host and executive producer Suraj chats with the rest of the regular podcast team -- Garrett, Leslie, Sneha, and Brandon -- about the highs and lows of getting their MBA and hosting a podcast during a pandemic. Hear about some of their memorable moments, advice to prospective students, and recommendations for other podcasts. We'd love to hear from you! Send us an email at WeekendPod@umich.edu or leave a review on your podcast app of choice to let us know what you think of the show. Watch for new episodes every other week during the school year.Working for the Weekend is brought to you by the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.Episode Host/Producer: Suraj Kandukuri.Guests: Garrett White, Leslie Beverley, Sneha Edupuganti, Brandon Manson.Editing: Jonah Brockman.Executive Producers: Suraj Kandukuri and Bob Needham.Copyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Decades-Long Quest Reveals Details of the Proton’s Inner Antimatter Prof. Christine Aidala is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. She works in experimental high-energy nuclear physics, on the border between nuclear and particle physics. Her research is focused on nucleon structure and quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of the strong force. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
Dark Energy Survey, Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, High Energy Light Isotope eXperiment, and a new idea to correct Doppler Broadening. Prof. Gregory Tarle is Professor of Experimental Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Michigan. His research focuses on the nature of dark energy and dark matter and the acceleration and sources of cosmic rays. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
Nick Iannarino (PhD, University of Kentucky; MA, University of Dayton) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Language, Culture, and Communication at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Nick specializes in health communication, and he is particularly interested in how people in close relationships manage the social experience of severe and chronic illness. His research considers the unique communication practices and challenges experienced by young adult (YA) cancer survivors and their close social network members. He has also studied the use of humor in existing narratives about traumatic illness (e.g., found in YA blogs, comedy performances, comic books), adult siblings who have made health decisions for an aging parent, and family communication patterns among cancer patients and their primary caregivers. Nick also teaches undergraduate courses on multiple topics related to health communication, qualitative and quantitative research methods, interpersonal communication, and public speaking.
Rich brings back Dr. James R. Baker Jr., M.D., from The University of Michigan to discuss the way forward a year and 15 months after the Covid Pandemic. Support the show (https://RichardHelppie.com)
Former University of Michigan Softball player Alex Sobczak joins Doc and Kyle on Episode 42 of The Rising Champions Podcast. Alex discusses how she handled the pressure of transitioning from being Miss Softball in Michigan to playing at a nationally ranked program, dealing with adversity, handling pressure, her contributions to the community and her future plans in medicine. This monthly podcast hosted by Dr. Jason Novetsky of Champion Mindset Group, and Radio Personality Kyle Bogey, dives into the mental aspect of sports. Dr. Novetsky is known for being a top notch sport and performance psychology coach who helps athletes win their personal championships! Kyle and Doc are joined by young, rising athletes who talk about their experiences with the mental side of competition. This Podcast is from Champion Mindset Group, executively produced by Brand25 Media LLC.
Multidimensional Coherent Spectroscopy of Semiconductors, Tri-comb spectroscopy, and Simple single-section diode frequency combs Prof. Steve Cundiff is Professor of Physics and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. His research areas include the use of ultrafast pulses to study light-matter interactions, as well as their production and manipulation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
Jackie Bowen - Clean Label Project - Y on Earth Community Podcast The post Episode 106 – Jackie Bowen, Executive Director, Clean Label Project first appeared on Y on Earth Community.
The neural circuitry supporting successful spatial navigation despite variable movement speeds, how the retrosplenial cortex helps us navigate and how it is altered in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, and Running speed alters the frequency of hippocampal gamma oscillations. Prof. Omar Ahmed is an Assistant Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan. His lab studies the neuroscience of spatial navigation and memory, and how these neural systems are altered in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and epilepsy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
Van der Waals heterostructure polaritons with moiré-induced nonlinearity, Polariton Laser in the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer Regime, and Emergence of microfrequency comb via limit cycles in dissipatively coupled condensates Prof. Hui Deng is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. Her research centers on the discovery, creation, control and applications of quantum states in single-, few-, and many-body systems with matter-light couplings. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
In this One Quick Story, Kyle reviews the University of Michigan's announcement creating a "George Floyd Memorial Scholarship Fund." It turns out U-M's is not unique...Please visit our sponsor!Simple solutions to improve men's health with RexMD. Free samples to improve performance at RexMD.com/kyle
This week on The Show On The Road, we bring you a truly inspiring talk with the activist, author, and free-spirited feminist folk icon Ani DiFranco, who just released her lushly orchestrated twenty-second album: Revolutionary Love. Many things have been said about the music Ani DiFranco has created for the last thirty years since she burst on the scene with her fiery self-titled LP in 1990. With her shaved head on the cover, fearlessly bisexual love songs, dexterous guitar work and hold-no-prisoners lyrics sparing no one from her poetic magnifying glass, DiFranco's persona became almost synonymous with a rejuvenated women's movement that blossomed in the late-1990's Lilith Fair moment. And yet she was always a bit more committed to the cause than some of her more pop-leaning contemporaries, who faded away as soon as their hits subsided. Framing herself somewhere between the rebellious folk-singing teacher Pete Seeger and the gender-fluid show-stopping rock spirit in Prince, (who she recorded with after he became a fan,) DiFranco was always just as passionate about raising awareness for abortion rights, ensuring safety for gay and trans youth and bringing music to prisons, as she was promoting her latest musical experiment. She began playing publicly around age ten, and as a nineteen-year-old runaway from Buffalo, NY, she started her own label, Righteous Babe Records, that allowed her to operate free of corporate (and overwhelmingly male) oversight. Indeed, despite gaining a wide international fanbase she has released every album herself since the beginning — as well as championing genre-defying songwriters like Andrew Bird, Anaïs Mitchell, Utah Philips, and others. It was DiFranco's encouragement that helped Mitchell's opus Hadestown become a Tony-winning Broadway smash. DiFranco may have been deemed a bit too left-of-center for pop radio, but her beloved 1997 live record Living In Clip went gold. Let's get something out of the way real quick: was this male podcast host initially a bit intimidated to dive into her encyclopedic album collection after admiring her work from afar and believing the songs were not meant for his ears? Indeed. I grew up with girlfriends and fellow musicians who rocked Ani's Righteous Babe pins and patches on their jean jackets like they were religious ornaments. What I found during this mind-bending conversation, and after listening to her polished and mystical newest record especially, was that DiFranco has never tried to push away people that don't look or talk like her — or tried to mock or belittle conservative movements she doesn't agree with or understand. There is a deep kindness and empathy in her songwriting that I never expected and in her 2019 autobiography, No Walls And The Recurring Dream, she acknowledges how lonely and exhausting it can be trying to fight against a societal tide that doesn't want to stop and give you space to be who you are. What became increasingly clear during our conversation was that DiFranco wants to make music for everyone. She prides herself on her quirky, multi-generational fanbase — with grandparents and kids, dads and sons, daughters and aunties alike singing along to favorites like “Both Hands,” “Untouchable Face,” and covers like Woody Guthrie's “This Land Is Your Land” at packed shows across three continents. I had my own goosebumps-inducing moment singing with Ani that I'll never forget. The oldest folk festival in America, The Ann Arbor Folk Fest, once put me on stage to sing harmony on “Angel From Montgomery” with DiFranco at the acoustically perfect Hill Auditorium. I attended the University Of Michigan years earlier and I saw John Prine sing that classic in that same room, and it felt like a full circle moment. Seeing how DiFranco transfixed the crowd that night, and how the women songwriters and musicians offstage especially watched her with such admiration made me want to see what her music — which I had never fully listened to — was all about. If you have a chance, listen to Revolutionary Love start to finish, and stick around to the end of the episode to hear DiFranco read lyrics as poetry.
Mike Erwin, founder and executive director of Team Red, White and Blue, joins Team Tango to share the origin story for Team RWB, and the many ways in which the organization helps enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Erwin touches on the importance of being part of a team, partnerships with IVMF and the George W. Bush Center, the link between physical activity, social interactions and mental wellness. Special Guest: Mike Erwin.
In this special episode, hosts Bridget and Alex welcome a panel of five first-year MBA students to talk about their recruiting experience during this unique year. Learn about resources and support available at Ross, advice for approaching a career pivot, recruiting challenges unique to the pandemic, and much more.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Hosts and Producers: Bridget Manning, Alex Abrams.Guests: Pilar Cabezas, Jordan Enos, Gena Inbusch, Yumi Karlshoej, Shota Saito.Executive Producers: Jeff Church, Katie Coleman, and Bob Needham.Producers: Bridget Manning, Christina Weiberg, Varun Joshi, Robert Leupp, Lauren Abuouf, Ifueko Ogbeide, Alex Abrams, Eric Hopfenbeck. Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman.Copyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Alex Lieberman is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of Morning Brew.Morning Brew is a media company bringing informative and digestible daily business news straight to the inboxes of over 2.5 million subscribers. What started out as a business newsletter by a couple of students at the University of Michigan in 2015 has since grown into a full-fledged media business with several newsletters, podcasts, and much more. In 2020, Morning Brew was acquired by Business Insider for about $75 million.We had a blast getting to know Alex and hearing about the incredible story of how he built Morning Brew along with his co-founder, Austin!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > email@example.com
One-third of American households struggle to afford basic energy needs. The University of Michigan’s Tony Reames explores the role of policy in overcoming energy poverty.---Energy justice and poverty have come to the forefront of public dialogue, and are part of long-standing inequities that continue to persist in the United States. In this country, one-third of households struggle pay for their basic energy needs. In response, federal and state agencies have turned increasing attention toward policies that might alleviate the energy cost burden.Yet the success of these policies has been mixed, and in many cases programs that might reduce energy burden, such as through increased energy efficiency, have been shown to provide least benefit to communities that need them most. Tony Reames, leader of the Urban Energy Justice Lab at the University of Michigan and visiting scholar at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, discusses energy poverty in the United States and the challenge of effectively addressing the problem through public policy solutions. Reames also looks at the socioeconomic, racial and geographic underpinnings of energy poverty, and some of the historic factors that have contributed to inequities.Tony Reames is an assistant professor at the University of Michigan, leader of the Urban Energy Justice Lab, and a visiting scholar at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy. His work focuses on energy justice, and on disparities in residential energy generation, consumption and affordability.Related ContentAligning Historic Preservation and Energy Efficiency. https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/aligning-historic-preservation-and-energy-efficiency/The Best Local Response to Climate Change is a Comprehensive Efficiency Plan https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/the-best-local-response-to-climate-change-is-a-comprehensive-efficiency-plan/Balancing Renewable Energy Goals with Community Interests https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/balancing-renewable-energy-goals-with-community-interests/
Evidence or no-evidence for a distant giant planet in the solar system and Discovery and Physical Characterization of a Large Scattered Disk Object at 92 au. Prof. David Gerdes is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. His research addresses basic questions about the large-scale structure and evolution of the universe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/support
On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast, Podcast Director Brittany and Dr. Ryan Bean, associate professor and admissions chair of the University of Michigan Flint DPT program. They discuss UM Flint's holistic admission process, how the program helps create a strong community, unique aspects of the program, and what low GPA students can do to make the most of their application! Tune in to know more! https://www.umflint.edu/graduateprograms/physical-therapy-entry-level-dpt Follow us on Anchor! https://anchor.fm/pre-pt-grind Ask us your questions! - Send a Voice message. Instructions Click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-Voice-messages Find us at www.preptgrind.com and enjoy this episode of the Pre-PT Grind Podcast
In this special episode, hosts Jeff and Lauren welcome three key faculty members at the Ross School of Business — Hyun-Soo Ahn, Damian Beil, and Lindy Greer — to discuss their backgrounds, how they adjusted to remote teaching, and lessons learned from the past year.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Hosts and Producers: Jeff Church, Lauren Abuouf.Guests: Hyun-Soo Ahn, Damian Beil, Lindy Greer.Executive Producers: Jeff Church, Katie Coleman, and Bob Needham.Producers: Bridget Manning, Christina Weiberg, Varun Joshi, Robert Leupp, Lauren Abuouf, Ifueko Ogbeide, Alex Abrams, Eric Hopfenbeck. Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman.Copyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Mrs. Curtis said we needed some female flair on the Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast and the fine gents listened. Episode #10 is with Uof M's Head Women's Golf Coach, Jan Dowling, a fellow Canadian (Luke) and Kent State alum (Ben). This former Big Break Star talks about her love of beating southern college golf teams and shares an interesting story of meeting Ben for the first time. As always, remember to Share, Subscribe, Rate and Review!Special Thanks to our sponsor Mira Vineyards in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Where Miracles Happen Every Day! Please support them like they support us!https://miranapa.com/Join our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page and listen to Jan as she shares the Ultimate Golf Weekend in Michigan. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow!https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorksWatch on You Tubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzg8sLgfAVPzucQ6PpZnGxg
In this special episode, hosts Jeff and Eric welcome three former BBU producers — Sheela, Marjace, and Jerry — to discuss their Ross experiences, the early days of the podcast, and what they’re doing now.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at email@example.com.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Hosts and Producers: Jeff Church, Eric Hopfenbeck.Guests: Sheela Lal, Marjace Miles, Jerry Won.Executive Producers: Jeff Church, Katie Coleman, and Bob Needham.Producers: Bridget Manning, Christina Weiberg, Varun Joshi, Robert Leupp, Lauren Abuouf, Ifueko Ogbeide, Alex Abrams, Eric Hopfenbeck. Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman.Copyright 2021 - University of Michigan
C Webb is in the building! He’s the man who’s always been at the center of the culture – from his star-studded AAU team to the legendary Fab Five years to his 15-year run in the league. The Midwest legend begins by breaking down his insanely stacked AAU teams and explaining the wild Midwest basketball culture he thrived in while growing up. Then it’s all about Michigan and the Fab Five. The boys who defined college basketball at the time. He gets into the baggy shorts and the buzz cuts, what that ride to fame as a group of college friends was like, and how painful it was experiencing losses in back-to-back championship games. Then he chats post-college, how his mother creatively helped him get over The Timeout, and how the draft process saw him through some hard times. From there, the guys take turns imagining what a C Webb-Shaq duo would’ve done to the basketball world, and Chris gives the backstory of why Shaq pushed for Penny Hardaway. It all worked out, as C Webb linked up with part of Run TMC in Golden State and snatched Rookie of the Year. He goes on to explain his Godfather-like contract, which allowed him to be a free agent after his first season, and what sent him to the East to reunite with Juwan Howard in D.C. The guys then get into C Webb’s finding out that he’d been traded to Sacramento ... while in a grocery store, and why he was so adamant about not wanting to play there. Things changed fast, though, as teammates made him love it there and his arrival led to the Kings’ most successful stretch. C Webb then touches on the final years of his career, what it was like to play with AI in Philly, and what he’s been doing since he retired, including growing his collection of African-American artifacts and teaching a master’s class at Wake Forest. We see you, Professor! C Webb has truly done it ALL. From the game of basketball to the game of life, Chris Webber is a hands-down inspiration. Tune IN! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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