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Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:17 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clarkson" discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"At least Jeremy grant last season where they're asking to be the number one option. It's not really working. You see flashes of it, but as soon as he gets to Denver, he becomes a totally different player and way more useful because he's in the right role for himself. Instead of asking them to kind of bat one spot higher in the order, you actually know that one spot lower. And his whole life changes from there and I think if you get guys like Harrison Barnes or Jamie grant, you ask them to do less. You actually get more out of those players. Because they're not worried about inefficiency your volume, et cetera. I also want to check in mic on a take that I ran by you on a different show that we do a couple weeks ago. I just want to make sure I told you the warriors were the most dangerous team in the west about a month ago now. You told me the jazz were more dangerous. I just wanna, I just wanna double back to that, get a check at a temperature check on you. How do you feel about that? Are you willing to jump off the boat of your take now or do you want to go down with the ship? I feel tremendous. One point victory in Cleveland on Sunday. Let's go. Rudy gay at the 5 in that game, just a lot of intriguing stuff going down in Utah. So no, I'm still loving the intention as and I will admit that I would love to see them make a move before the trade deadline. That would be very helpful. Jordan Clarkson, I don't recall seeing him make a three this season, so you know, there's some room for improvement there, but no, I mean, obviously the warriors have been red hot and you are not wrong and what you said. But you know sometimes both people can be right. Rohan, that's okay. Oh, okay, okay, interesting. It's a lot of season. It's a long season. Exactly. So let's go to this email from thaddeus, who writes, I've had a question, I think, is fun that I've been mulling over. Who is the worst player who could lead a contender in scoring? This doesn't mean he's their best player, and I'll say my bar for contender is that you guys think they would avoid the plan. Yeah, very loose. My definition of contender is a team I think can win the championship. Agree. So but thaddeus mentions and granted to that he says credit, there are a lot of teams like that this season. Maybe any team in the top 6 can win the title, I don't know. But thaddeus mentions demar Derozan as a likely candidate here leading the leading scorer for the Chicago Bulls struggles have been playing tremendous basketball. And I guess we can just why wouldn't we call them a contender? Yeah, I think the bulls are seems weird, but like, sure, just call them a contender. I think they played well against good teams. I think we have to this one admit the bulls are contender. Yes, the bulls are contender the bulls are back. So I think if we're looking at this season and these rosters, that's a fair enough thing to say about damar, even though I love him, this is like an extreme backhanded compliment. I think we could do worse than tomorrow. I think we could do. So I was looking through all the teams.

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Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mitchell scores 27, Jazz pull away to beat Hawks 110-98

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00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mitchell scores 27, Jazz pull away to beat Hawks 110-98

"Donovan Mitchell scored twenty seven points and the jazz shot fifty one percent in the one ten ninety eight win over the hawks boy am Bogdanovich Jordan Clarkson each added sixteen points helping you Tabitha lander for the second time in five days the jazz scored baskets on seven straight possessions at one point in the second quarter and shot twelve of eighteen from the field during the period to break open a close game Kevin Hurter scored twenty eight points and Trae young added twenty seven for the hawks Atlanta lost despite shooting fifty one percent from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie

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Clarkson scores 30, Mitchell-less Jazz rout Hawks 116-98

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00:33 sec | Last month

Clarkson scores 30, Mitchell-less Jazz rout Hawks 116-98

"Jordan Clarkson bounce back from his worst game of the season by scoring thirty points in Utah's one sixteen ninety eight decision over the hawks Clarkson picked up the slack off the bench to give the jazz their eighth victory in nine games this season he shot over eleven from three point range and one for thirteen overall to finish with just two points in Tuesday's victory against the kings the jazz outscored Atlanta by seventeen in the final period despite the absence of Donovan Mitchell who didn't dress due to a sprained right ankle trade young scored twenty one points for the hawks who shot just seven of twenty eight on three pointers in their first loss in four home games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mitchell helps Jazz win 107-95 as Bucks lose 3rd straight

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00:31 sec | Last month

Mitchell helps Jazz win 107-95 as Bucks lose 3rd straight

"Donovan Mitchell scored twenty eight points and the jazz bounce back from their first loss of the season to beat the box one of seven ninety five Mike Connolly added twenty points Jordan Clarkson had fifteen and boy am Bogdanovich added fourteen he Tom made its first five three point attempts and never trailed all night when the bucs got within five midway through the third quarter Mitchell scored Utah's first seven points in the twelve to run yeah I said that's cool portal over twenty five point seven rebounds and six assists for the box who played without starters Chris Middleton brook Lopez and drew holiday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mike Reflects on His Past Comments About Kelly Clarkson's Appearance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Mike Reflects on His Past Comments About Kelly Clarkson's Appearance

"A number of years ago, I got embroiled in a big thing where I made a flippant remark about a woman's weight. And that went viral and it was horrifying. And the reason I was horrified by it was only because my stupid comment and listen, I'm the last person in the universe to make any remark about anybody's weight, much less a beautiful young woman like Kelly Clarkson. And knowing that there was such media coverage over a conversation that I had with Chris Wallace about that. And it was a real one of those stupid two middle aged white guys making a stupid remark about somebody who put on weight. And this guy wrote about it, and it went viral. It was all over the place. People magazine TMZ everywhere, and I was horrified because I knew that that got back to her. Because of all the publicity, I just it killed me to think that my words would hurt a magnificently talented and successful and beautiful woman like her. And it really did impact me enormously. I mean, it was awful. I went into a box there for weeks and weeks. It was and of course I apologize profusely and I hope that my apology reached her. I have no idea how I would reach her if I ever, but I just it was one of the worst chapters of my career. Only because I knew that my words were heard by her and I wasn't going to get into, yeah, but it was only a quick aside and it was this stupid writer who's an attention seeker and I don't care about any of that. My words hurt somebody.

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People Have Deep Convictions About Their Bodies When It Comes to Vaccines

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

People Have Deep Convictions About Their Bodies When It Comes to Vaccines

"People have a deep conviction that is their body. And you're not going to tell them what to put in it and it's shelly argue with them. It's it's fruitless to try to change their mind now we could get into it. I mean we could go down for example. Now there's merck apparently going to have a therapeutic that they've introduced that might be very effective with kelvin. Shortly we've been defending ivermectin and hydroxy clarkson with zinc. I'll betcha the same people who resist the vaccine would probably be willing to take ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine with zinc if they were hospitalized with covert contradiction. Of course it is. They'd be willing to take it off label brand or an off label prescription to try to treat it because i don't know conservative world. We've all sort of embraced therapeutics because it matters but again that's logic that they don't wanna hear right now. I don't wanna take the vaccine. Trust what it's that they don't want to be forced to take it and nothing is going to change their mind. We're not gonna get much more of a percentage of vaccinated americans we're never gonna get to eighty ninety percent. We're not going to get to that. So-called elusive herd mentality or or i mean herd immunity. We're not going to get there. Because people are not gonna let the government tell them what to inject into their

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Donovan Mitchell Scores 45, Rallies Jazz Past the Clippers

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00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Donovan Mitchell Scores 45, Rallies Jazz Past the Clippers

"The jazz open their Western Conference semifinal series by getting forty five points from Donovan Mitchell in a one twelve one oh nine win over the clippers Mitchell poured in thirty two points in the second half to rally the jazz from a fourteen point deficit Jordan Clarkson boy on Bogdanovich chipped in eighteen points apiece with Clarkson and Mitchell combining for twelve three pointers Utah took the lead for good on the twenty one nine run bookended by three pointers from Bogdanovich Kawhi Leonard scored twenty three points to lead Los Angeles while Paul George chipped in twenty with eleven rebounds game two is Thursday in Salt Lake City I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

"The jazz a wrapped up their first round series in five games by downing the Grizzlies one twenty six one ten Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six of his thirty points in the first half he also had ten assists and six rebounds in twenty nine minutes Mitchell cap you toss big first half with two contested twenty six foot jumpers to make it seventy five fifty wanted to break fix setting the tone was huge well I think we did that is unit on both ends of the floor understand that you can't give a team like that life Jordan Clarkson dropped in twenty four points and Rudy go there had twenty three with fifteen rebounds to help power the top seeded jazz to the fourth straight win chrisley star John Moran finished his record setting first playoff series with twenty seven points eleven assists I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mitchell Scores 30, Jazz Beat Memphis 120-113 to Go Up 3-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Mitchell Scores 30, Jazz Beat Memphis 120-113 to Go Up 3-1

"The Utah Jazz grabbed a three games to one lead in their first round series against the Memphis Grizzlies with a one twenty one thirteen victory Donovan Mitchell led the jazz with thirty points as Utah's round with three straight wins after dropping game one of the series at home I think the biggest thing is we didn't come into our room right we cannot have you for the women leaders to come knocking like you got a job at the it's not finished yet that's the message we know this message Jordan Clarkson added twenty four points for the jazz or Rudy Gobert scored thirteen of his seventeen points in the third quarter or Utah scored forty one points to grab a thirteen point lead jamarat Cup the Grizzlies with twenty three points and twelve assists the jets can close out this best of seven series in Utah on Wednesday I'm Jim Bernard

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Jazz Take Top Spot in NBA Playoffs, Thump Kings 121-99

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Jazz Take Top Spot in NBA Playoffs, Thump Kings 121-99

"The jazz have come away with the first overall seed in the NBA playoffs by finishing first in the west Jordan Clarkson scored thirty three points in the jazz completed a fifty to one twenty campaign by hammering the kings one twenty one ninety nine we go there added thirteen points and sixteen rebounds for Utah which needed to win its final two games to hold off Phoenix for the top spot great options you know coming from came from fish seven seven years ago you know all about making the playoffs I'm not you know building from scratch bidding stone of the storm Mike Conley had eleven points nine assists and six rebounds in his second game back after missing two weeks because of a right hamstring injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93

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00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93

"Boy about Donovan scored twenty two points in the jazz age closer to the top seed in the west by whipping the founder one oh nine ninety three Jordan Clarkson scored eighteen points Rudy go bear had sixteen with eighteen rebounds in Utah's first win in three games go bear had nine points and eleven rebounds for the jazz built a sixty one forty seven lead at intermission all star guard Mike Conley chipped in ten points in sixteen minutes as he returned after missing nine games with a right hamstring injury you talking clinch the top seed with a win at Sacramento on Sunday or a loss by Phoenix against San Antonio either Saturday or Sunday I'm the ferry

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Blazers Win Fifth Straight Game, Beat Jazz 105-98

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00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Blazers Win Fifth Straight Game, Beat Jazz 105-98

"The Portland trail Blazers continued their late season push with a one oh five ninety eight win over the Utah Jazz Damian Lillard led parliament thirty points as the trailblazers have now won five straight and nine of their last ten games the way we've been playing over the last few weeks has been just our our best basketball we've been stranded with vision and walk in on I think you guys been able to sustain that level focusing at that level of play CJ McCollum added twenty six points while Jusuf nurkic had a double double with fifteen rebounds eleven points he also blocked four shots Rigoberto grabbed twenty rebounds and scored fifteen points for the jazz Jordan Clarkson top Utah scored with twenty nine but the jasmine's twenty eight of the forty three point shots they attempted during the game I'm Jim Bernard

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Stephen Curry's Late 3 Lifts Warriors Past Jazz 119-116

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00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Stephen Curry's Late 3 Lifts Warriors Past Jazz 119-116

"The warriors beat the best team in the league the jazz one nineteen one sixteen gold status three unknown at season ending six game homestand Stephan curry with thirty six points Jordan Poole added twenty off the bench and can base more at nineteen dream on green with twelve points and ten assists the loss ended a five game win streak for the jazz Jordan Clarkson with a game high forty one points and born to Donna which added twenty seven Riley Aung San Francisco

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NBA-Leading Jazz Beat Rockets 124-116 for 50th Victory

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00:41 sec | 7 months ago

NBA-Leading Jazz Beat Rockets 124-116 for 50th Victory

"The Utah Jazz picked up win number fifty on the season with a one twenty four one sixteen victory over the Houston Rockets George nearing tied a career high with twenty four points on nine of twelve shooting from the field including six rate from three point range at the jazz stretched the lead for the conference top seed to a game and a half over the Phoenix Suns it's the end of the year and but I think at the end of the day we we have an end goal in mind and that's obviously to be number one not at the end of the season and at the end of the playoffs and that's our goal Jordan Clarkson added twenty one points for Utah or Rudy Gobert had a double double with fourteen rebounds and thirteen points Kenyon Martin junior and curry Thomas topped the rockets in scoring with twenty seven points apiece I'm Jim Bernard

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Bogdanovic Scores Career-High 48 Points, Jazz Beat Nuggets

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00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Bogdanovic Scores Career-High 48 Points, Jazz Beat Nuggets

"The jazz had just enough to hold off the nuggets one twenty seven one twenty Utah was led by a career high forty eight from Bo young Bogdanovich every shot that I took a I thought that is that is going in saw team the Aralia looking for me whole all game long coach coaching summer trying to draw the place place for me Denver was nipping at the jazz's heels throughout the fourth quarter but you talk about the breathing room it needed when Jordan Clarkson psychiatry Porter with fifty one seconds left for one twenty four one eighteen lead the jazz have won six of seven overall and R. thirty and four in Salt Lake City with the loss the nuggets falling to third place in the west one game behind the clippers I'm Bruce Morton

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Bogdanovic scores 34 as Jazz rally to beat Raptors 106-102

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00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Bogdanovic scores 34 as Jazz rally to beat Raptors 106-102

"Boy am Bogdanovich drained six three pointers while scoring thirty four points as the jazz beat the raptors one oh six one oh two would you go there added thirteen points and sixteen rebounds to help Utah win for just the second time in five games those guys were really physical on us and our we instead of you know breaking down and breaking apart B. we came together Jordan Clarkson and Joe Ingles added fifteen points apiece with Ingles collected nine assists after trailing by as many as ten the jazz search they had won a one ninety six with five sixteen left behind an eleven three run Fred vanvleet had thirty points seven assists and six rebounds to lead Toronto I'm the ferry

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Jazz Avenge Loss With 111-97 Win Over Lakers in Rematch

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00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Jazz Avenge Loss With 111-97 Win Over Lakers in Rematch

"The jazz let this one start to finish in a one eleven to ninety seven win over the Lakers Utah took a ten point advantage at halftime got it up to twenty five in the fourth quarter center Rudy go bear was scored fourteen points liked his team's inside game where the jets had fifty two points in the paint you know that's what would be nothing so how got this year that we have multiple guys that you know attacks attack pants about insurance and and at the same time we will to not find shooters when the defense collapsed Jordan Clarkson scored a team high twenty two points Utah now with an NBA best forty three wins I am mark Myers

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Lakers hold off NBA-leading Jazz 127-115 in OT

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Lakers hold off NBA-leading Jazz 127-115 in OT

"Dennis Schroder hit the tying basket to force overtime and finished with twenty five points as the Lakers down the jazz one twenty seven one fifteen L. A. carried a fourteen point lead into the fourth quarter but needed triggers layup with three seconds remaining to extend the game cool you know I tried to you know come down have a good shot every single time sometimes it worked out sometimes it just did it but and then the day you know I think I'm part of the group I great drumming added twenty seven points and get TV's Caldwell pope had twenty five for the Lakers who continue to play with that Anthony Davis lebron James the NBA leading jazz were without injured starters Donovan Mitchell my calmly and ruby go there Jordan Clarkson led Utah with twenty seven points against his former team I'm Dave Ferrie

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Are there any new effective training exercises that you've used that You might share with other clubs that have been affected during this pandemic so usually our club In regards to like equipment training because a lot of what we do is sound in leading stuff out events so a lot of that is having in person. Trainings hands on showing them how to use the equipment because of because of the phases we've have. We've weren't able to do that right when we came back. And i think that really hurt us because usually like to get those interested recruits hands on with the equipment prior to prior to them like joining cub and going to meetings and stuff. Just so they're like. Oh this is cool. They have all this fun stuff We were able to do one training. That i think the new members did attend and honestly just like having that one on one Interaction with them training getting to know each other as people. It just shows that we're friendly we're open to you joining us and that's that's kind of what we've been doing with our few few new members that we do have that's awesome. It's just such a hard time with all of it. But i mean i've been to a few of the events that covers been hosting you guys did the The haunted walk thing right that that was really cool. I thought those awesome. Yeah i think we had over resolute checked in over three hundred people at that event which is really cool because that was really the first event this semester that we could do a large scale setup with our sound and lighting equipment and that was good as well for our younger newer members who haven't had much experience because of covid with that equipment so just getting them used to using. That stuff was a really good experience for us. Yeah i thought it was a really cool event. I definitely guess you do in the future I think that's all the questions that i had a good If there's anything else you want to say let people know how they can reach out to you guys and join can do that. Yes so if you're at all interested in running sounding leading equipment Of an event planning working for leadership. Experience clarkson. Union board is definitely a club that you can look to join You can always email us at cub at clarkson dot edu and follow us at clarkson you board on instagram for event updates. Thanks for joining. No problem thank you for having again. I'm rob and analysts. We'll see next semester..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Join the nightlife page will get a notification and we'll send you an email with updates and beating time just stuff like that so you can turn those via zoom awesome cool. Thank you rocco. We are currently speaking with greg from cub Just tell us a little bit about how the covid nineteen protocols. Affected your club. What you've been doing yes. So as part of the clerks in union board we we are in charge of really a lot of the on campus event planning So as you can imagine in the during pandemic it's really hard to plan in person events especially with clarkson's reopening with phases So that really has taken a hit on us this semester And we've had to come up with other ways to still hold events well following those restrictions that have been put into place Particularly we've been doing a lot of online event so this semester virtual bingos have actually been a really big part of what we've done I think we've had five or six so far. We have one more semester and the those have been averaging between one hundred and fifty and three hundred people in attendance which is which is really good Especially for the semester. Halloween on is quite the head over over three hundred people at that one and it was actually causing lag on the server because we had so many people. Yeah it was good press. So what like creative things. Like other than bingo. Have you guys done to try. And like get students more involved and like make sure that you're still being able to host your events yes so One of the big things that i think has helped not just with bingo. But in general is prizes Incentivizing people to come to our events because in the past we've been more focused on bringing comedians musicians things like that to campus and those have been okay But when you put prizes in the mix it definitely makes them more likely to come to your events like we did a scavenger hunt this semester once the phases progressed along and we were able to do something in person that was a smaller event that we offer it as a first year cup event with resolute chief And through that the first three teams that had the fastest times finding things around campus. They ended up winning prizes. So that was really fun Yeah after saying that that like your focus was more comedians musicians. Do you think that after the pandemic that maybe you're going to focus more on like prizes and more competitions than comedians and artists..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Yeah i think that's been like a really big struggle for a lot of clubs this semester is scheduling with the clubs that i'm in including colleges against cancer. It's like trying to find a time that works for everyone when classes don't end until like nine thirty pm these days it's impossible. I've seen it with other clubs on the part of That's definitely the biggest challenge is finding that common time that everyone is available as definitely make things pretty difficult. Yeah it's crazy. I'm hoping that maybe we'll get back to a slightly more normal schedule next semester. But yeah i truthfully. In my humble opinion believe this is the new normal for the way things are going to go. I think it's just up to us as leaders and individuals to work around that and make it work for everyone else awesome So what do you guys think that you might be doing for relay for life this year so that that is a tough question but i believe in some capacity it will happen. She was not in the typical format. You would imagine from us in the past so for example last year it got cancelled But there was an online platform for people to participate in. And i believe that may be something that will happen again. This year We are always in high hopes to see the event Go back to normal if you will but In some capacity it will happen and say it did turn around where we could have it in person. All of our planning preparation from last year has kind of already gotten us in a good position for that awesome. That's really good You know it's super important especially right now to be fundraising for a cause such as the american cancer society and making sure that People who are suffering from cancer is still getting the help that they need so absolutely All right so if you wanna just tell people how they could get in contact with you if they would like to join the club And i know that there is a name change happening for colleges against cancer so maybe just put that out there as well yeah The biggest thing is our name change From the american consumer cancer society who we are affiliated through They are asking all the clubs to kind of have a unified name change and we are now being known as the american cancer society on campus. it's still in the works we're probably going to have a big announcement coming out And hopes that we can gain some more people to But yes if you were looking out for us. That is the name that will be under We are also working on changing our email but for the time being our email is see you see a sea at clarkson dot edu You can reach out to that Are ebor has access to that. So if not myself other members will get back to you And also if you want to reach me you could always email me I'm pretty active on my email. So if you had any other questions it would be be a b. J. at clarkson dot edu And i'd be more than happy to discuss anything awesome. Well thank you for talking to us today that the club is still happening and making some strides to fundraise absolute it. It's been a great experience. So far i definitely can't say i've been discouraged at all. Funny thing this whole covert situation has made me want to change the club for the better..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"We figured it was something that would be easy for people to do on their own time and also it was covid friendly if you will You didn't need to be with groups of people you could do it wherever whenever so. That was really cool I was very impressed with the turn out from the especially with putting together in the short time that we had I i think it was complete success And truthfully i think myself in the rest of the club agrees that we could do this in the future. So that was another win We also participated in clarkson's fair which was a couple of weeks ago We kinda did that more. As like a recruitment event In hopes to gain more members for coming years The weather cut. It didn't help us. But i was still impressed. Because we held a a Ah pumpkin carving table and despite the bad weather conditions a lot of people showed up and we ended up at the end of getting rid of actually all the pumpkins so it was very awesome. That's good i think. The virtual five ks a nice way to get people active and moving and also still like fundraising for a great cause. Absolutely yeah you mentioned recruitment earlier. Have you seen any challenges recruiting with like the younger freshman class due to the covid. Nineteen th might not know about the clubs. I think it's it's always been challenge. kovic has definitely made it a lot harder. Just because it's hard for us to actually go out in person and approach them through online means it's very easy for individuals to be like. Oh i'll just ignore that. Why didn't see that. But when you're in person you're kind of face to face and it's hard for people to to not receive the message so that's definitely the biggest challenge right now with covid I can't say it's turned off the best the semester but it is definitely something that we have worked on and it has gotten a lot better as a club Defiantly some room for but given the circumstances again. I believe we've done very well this semester. Especially seen emails come in from freshman specifically saying that they're interested in the club Given what's happening around us right now. I'm pretty impressed. So that's good because everything's a little hectic at the moment so yeah and specially to see people work around their schedules and with it. Being hectic is really cool to me..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Our mission is to shape this podcast to the night slogan which is think making night we hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community. And give you interesting unique contact. Our hope is is that you can walk away from episodes learning something new invaluable for this week's episode. We spoke with five different clubs on campus to understand how covid nineteen has affected them. We were able to speak to club. Soccer doctorswithoutborders colleges against cancer formula. Sae and cub. They were able to inform us on how they've been meeting this semester. What some of their plans are moving forward and some other really great information. This will be our last episode of the semester. So we're wishing everyone good luck on their finals. It was awesome to have all these clubs on today. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. All right we are currently with catherine..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Your executives your board your shareholders. Think about those engagements at a really deeply strategic level. And what i mean by that is what is it that you want to be saying. And how do you want to be saying not just from a marketing perspective. But who is it that you want to be. And how do you want that to come out. And and corporations do have a corporate identity and now is a good time to really deeply engage with what that corporate identity is and how you want that corporate identity to play out across your playing field your corporate playing field and the more deeply strategic now now while things are still a little bit slow and people still are especially when people aren't commuting and potentially they don't have the distraction of having to go out and get coffee right they. They're at home. Coffee is only adore away. Now is a great time to engage with your employees in that conversation. Who is it that we think we are. Who is it that we actually want to be. How do we get from what we think. We are to what we want to be an engaged your employees in that frank because they are the lifeblood of the business so i have up. So how does somebody in your position so as a consultant and they gained knowledge on. What's going on now account you Give advice on something that we haven't seen before which is cove it. It's true that we haven't seen this pandemic before but we have seen others and we can make reasonable assessments about how a pandemic will play out based on how this one is playing out in. How ones in the past have played out true. Those are still assumptions. But you have to have a baseline to move forward right. You need to be walking on some hard surface. Otherwise you can't walk stroke and if it like i said before if it turns out that you're wrong that's okay if you move forward down a road and decide that you want pivot halfway down. There's nothing wrong with deciding that you want to pivot but start with something and move forward so all all what you advise is based off of something Yup interesting so you're not some like over world the knowledge based on something yes. I am human But you know some of the most of the advice. In fact most of the advice that i give would be good advice anytime. It's particularly easy to execute against the advice. That i give now right if you're in the middle of a massive expansion and massive growth and somebody says wait a minute take a step back. Try to figure out who your corporate identity is engaged with your employees. You're like shot up man. I'm in the middle of a massive expansion. Like i don't have time for that crap so it's a good advice then but it's easier to execute it now because things are a little slower people have time people have that mind space as i was talking about to be able to really engage with some ideas like who is it that i want to be. How do i become that person that i want to be at a personal level and at a corporate level and then my job challenged them right challenged them to make sure that when they come up with an answer to those questions that it is well-considered and well thought out and then help them execute help them build out a roadmap that gets them from here to there help them make sure that they stay on that road map..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"And and and each of those little groups of people that were all hanging out in their garage banging away at some sort of idea whether it's drums which is banging away at an idea or Some circuit boards a different kind of an idea. What covid has done is for better or worse. It has forced us to retreat into our space and part of what that does is it. Takes away some of the activities that we use to fill our mental space so now we have space so initially people are outside of their comfort zone. They're saying all right all of the things that i'm used to and all of the ways that i plan my day. They've been taken away from me. And now i sort of feel like. I'm a fish out of water so it takes a little while to adapt terrain. Just like you guys took a little while to adapt to clarkson life right half freshman year least on the other end of that adaptation. We still have the space mental space that we need to fill. We can fill that by diving into net flicks and certainly a lot of people are and will continue to do that but we can also fill that by engaging with ideas that are popping up. And that's those those kids in the seventies and eighties and nineties in silicon valley that we're going into their garage and banging away in india. Some people right now are starting to engage with those ideas that are popping into their head and so over the next six months to a year. We're going to start. Seeing the result of that new ideas created by people who wouldn't otherwise have the mental space to engage with those ideas but they're choosing to now because they've got nothing else to do with that space in their head their activities have been taken away their social has been taken away right now. why not. Why not engage with that idea. I think a really interesting perspective..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"And that's great. You start out with a plan and you start executing and You know you you get a little bit a little ways down that road and then you find out that you wanna do something different. That's awesome. i mean there's nothing wrong with that at all in my case. That's not the way it turned out. But that doesn't mean that that's a good thing or a bad thing. It's just the way it worked out. Nice i think that's really cool that a plan you came within your seventeen years old. You actually stuck to 'cause. I know when i was seventeen. I did not know what i wanted to do. I can't. I can honestly tell you from where i am today that i didn't know anything when i was seventeen turned out to be a good plan but truly dumb luck. So what advice would you give to a student. That's looking to start a company of their own right now. I just get started and move forward. Don't worry about succeeding or failing. The there is nothing you can do better than just get started. Move forward really. I mean that's that's the gold standard. Honestly if you happen to succeed afterwards. Just like my plan. When i was seventeen. If you happen to succeed that's great. But just like i said about my plan. It was dumb luck number one get started number to work with really great mentors For better or worse. I had to sort of make it make it all up on my way an i've turned into A fairly decent success story. I would say despite the fact that i had no help. Not because of it. I think that good help is is way undervalued. And that's why i'm so excited about what you guys are doing with Your startup community. You know you're you're creating the opportunity for people to get good health so start move forward. Don't worry about stumbling on your face. Get good help and trust that the good health that you get you know mentors teachers who are paying attention and care about your success. You know the clarkson community I actually still am in touch with the the instructor of the The clarkson consulting company class that. I took when i was a senior crazy show. Yeah so make whatever deep connections you can along the way and those are going to be people that that you serve and that serve u As a result of that relationship in that connection that you have So you don't worry so much about having a great idea if you have a great idea tried to execute it but don't worry about that just just get started Awesome trusting. I want to speak from my personal experience. I have a friend who goes to clarkson. He did something similar to that and he advised me to do the same with An instagram page. And he started this. I think probably a little over a year ago. And it's all about engineering. He's he loves engineering and like the whole field every you know every discipline and so he posts cool facts about engineering fields everything And it was a slow growth. And i think his mom was telling him just to keep starting or something and then you fast forward. You know little over a year now. He has almost one hundred ten thousand followers and he's able to have ads and all these things in the whole thing that he told me he learned from. It was exactly what you just said which is started. Keep moving forward towards it. You can build something you just have to start it. Yeah yeah and like you said it's clarkson is a great place to start things like this because there's so many opportunities to get help there like like the shipley centers there to help you..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"I don't have to wonder what i'm gonna do with that time. The time doesn't just sorta slip away and get lost. So i filled my time off with activities and that worked really well for me. It created a created a structure. That i could work inside of. Yeah that's so interesting because that's kind of been my experience as well so mike my freshman year. It was a lot of free time. And i wasn't used to that. And then as time went on. Now since junior i've found a lot of activities to grab onto like you said soccer. I know him the treasure for the club. Soccer team ads on more responsibility. And more things in my free time. And it's made my whole experience a lot better and now with ignite now i have extra things not to worry about but to occupy my time so i think that's the best part about college. You can pick up a ton of things and somehow fit them all onto your day. Yeah and clarkson and a lot of clubs and activities that you can be part of a lot more than what i've experienced in the normal traditional high school where it's spanish club key club. But now there's lumps for all different types of you know the engineering fields and and dragons and frizzy so many different things you can do so i. I also played tabletop role. Play games. That june awesome chatter on was my game. Okay so you have to do something to something. Can you tell us a little bit about what you do now. And how all these like. The things like structure and all of that you learn to clarkson. Help play into your success in your career exciting. No seriously i'm not saying it's really exciting. So i'm now a consultant to really big really powerful brands on my. My favorite client is the pokemon company speaking of gaming. They're not my only client but but they're a huge really powerful brand and there are some really cool things about them that sort of tie into this conversation. I'm gonna take a little aside and talk about that. The pokemon company believes that their strength in the market is how deeply focused. They are on a very narrow approach to the market. It's very much like the apple company. They think that every there's lots of things that have to happen in order for a business to be successful but they think that they should stay really really focused inside their brand and executing their brand really really really well and everything that has to happen but but isn't focused inside the brand they outsource it and it's so cool to see them.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Coming to you from zoom this week or mission is to shape this podcast to the ignites slogan which is think make ignite hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community. And give you interesting and unique content. Our hope is that you can walk away from our episodes learning something new and valuable something that will truly inspired you. For this week's episode we spoke with lucas route. Lucas is a former clarkson student who currently works as a consultant for many large companies including poke amman lucas. On this week talk about launching started as a student and how future startups might be affected in. Light of covid was great to have lucas on. And i know i definitely learned a lot as i hope you will. Hi lucas. I'm analysts. i'm sam. I sam very.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Coming to the greenhouse as time goes on as far as like exterior. Yeah like you mentioned before so a couple of things. The original design had a b window. Which is right to the left of the mud room. We have yet to have somebody to actually design that be window so hopefully that will be an addition I do think i. I don't think any like exterior like building additions. But i think the additions will come more on the interior. It will take us a while to build a growing systems and figure out what growing systems work. And so i think on the use of the greenhouse several be lots of opportunities for that one thing that was talked about in the spring. Two thousand nine hundred group that was tabled for awhile was a water collection system for the roof And there there is some feasibility for that. There is a decent amount of surface area on that roof to collect water. At least for you know a few months of the year. I don't think it'll be enough at any point but It could get us close So that that's something that may or may not get looked at in the future awesome. I like hearing about this greenhouse project. Really cool because when you think of the greenhouse you're like oh yeah it's just like warmer growth and plans but it's nice to hear that there are so many different aspects to this serving of like a b window water collection and like reusing materials. Like all of that is really cool to me. That and also the fact that a group of students came together to help build this and it was like overtime That's just really awesome. So i think that's all i had for question sam. Do you have any other questions you'd like to ask. I don't know i do have one more. When do you think the construction is going to be done. So that's kind of tough question you know when we're working with students who obviously have full schedules. Things can sometimes get delayed. We've been moving along pretty well and i would like to give army. Rotc a lot of credit. They have been extremely helpful with volunteering. They did so last semester in the spring and before we got shut down for covid and they've they've already helped us the semester and continue to do so would dare help if we can continue to get volunteers. And i'll emphasize this to anyone if anyone wants to volunteer for the greenhouse as long as they're approved to be on campus. Now that we're in stage two allows us some flexibility. You know it's really gonna come down to how many volunteers we have and what we have for labor but the goal is that we can have a greenhouse that can begin operations for spring semester. That's that's been my goal since the summer and right now we are on track to make that happen so long as we keep moving forward. Awesome and say so. This is back to the you know the student educational experience and the actual construction experience. I had my my senior capstone design class this morning. And they're presenting their proposals or what they would do this semester and their timelines at the. Nsa wait a minute and others and other design of the electrical system would be done in on the last day of the semester. I said no. We're going have some of those decisions made earlier and so now it's time to work with the construction crew to make sure that the design team is not holding the construction and to to figure out the sort of critical decisions that are needed earlier. Maybe they'll the whole thing isn't going to be done. They're designed the semester. But i sort of said okay. It's time to think a little bit more about the the in some cases you know engineering design. You gotta make decisions before you really want to make the just in time decisions and to to not hold up. Something like construction. Yeah i had one other point. I'd like to make and that's the users the greenhouse right what's going to happen with this greenhouse when all the construction is done we have a lot of really enthusiastic student could so The garden club. Who also has the vegetable garden right beside the greenhouse expect to both grow like seedlings to put in the garden but also maybe grow lettuce year round right into to have some vegetables crops whether for their own consumption or to share with others throughout the village to the garden club is really excited. Engineers for international sustainability has done. Some aqua panics experiments and efforts in the past so that's like having a fish tank and the dirty water in the fish tank rather than just going through a filter it gets used as fertilizer for plants and then the clean water goes back So they're interested in using it and then there are a couple of professors in the biology department who do experiments with plants and their actual experiments might happen in their labs but if they can have a staging area and grow plants and you get them ready in the greenhouse and then they don't have to buy plants is saw they'll be able to get them going and perhaps also you know we're botany classic. And actually they could do experiments with office so it's intended to have multiple users. We still have to work on sort of the user cohabitation sort of Arrangements to make sure that everybody gets to use it in a way. That doesn't interfere with other people's needs so that'll be interesting lesson. And i think a lot of the projects that i do are trying to get diverse people to work together. So it's not a tragedy of the comments sorta thing that we're making the most of the resource collectively in a good way rather than competing for space or nobody taking care of it and sorts of things that we saw this that that's going to be part of the moving forward to is the operations and maintenance and management of the users moving forward. That's awesome. I liked that. It's multi use a lot of people get to use it. It's a whole clarkson community because that was the main downfall of the first one and you know my hope for the greenhouses that the whole greenhouse. I remember on my campus tour longtime ago now before i came here the tour guide. I believe said something like this is the anaerobic digestion and pointed to the greenhouse instead of the arabic digest here behind it and so my hope greenhouses even though it doesn't look like a green like traditional greenhouse in that it's all translucent. It's not all translucent. My hope is that everyone knows that that's the greenhouse and everyone knows that there are opportunities to get involved with it. If they so choose the that would be really awesome to see is having opened up as a university resource and be used as it's intended. Maybe it's just a couple of time chairs sitting in the back. Sit there here lunch. Seventy five degree winter surrounded by plants in the middle of the winter actually sounds quite lovely..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Do we keep making it work better. That's really cool. I like that. It's sort of an ongoing project while you're being like while it's being built and you guys. I'm assuming you're finding different things as you're building your like. Maybe this won't work like let's bring it back to the class and like up to continue to evolve and to that point. I think you know selfishly. I've been very lucky to be with the project for going on three semester. Almost four semesters now because it's really allowed me to see what the impacts of student decision design decision is when they pick it up halfway through and drop it off before it's done you know you can really understand how those decisions volve over time and appreciate the impact of early decisions later on in the process. And i think that that's been really impactful for me and something that you know for the couple of greenhouse interns that we have you know when they're learning about the construction process. What goes on there really trying to help them understand where what we're doing now originated from in the design process. So that's been really cool for me to see because before this i've always been on the design side and only working on that so having the hands on experience to go along with it has been really really interesting for me. It's been an eye opening experience for students to pick up prior reports and excel spreadsheets. Matlab code that some other students wrote but did not adequately document explaining they a better sense of the importance of communication. When you have to use something. I it's not just like you write it and it's done somebody needs to use that and i think it's been that they've learned a lot about doing better with their communication side too because they've experienced hardship in trying to understand what other students did. Yeah they can't just jot down notes and hope that someone can read them. That's become critically in this case so going back to the design process. How did you guys know that it was right to be built. Oh wait at the end of this semester so a year and a half ago we had this conceptual designs including like drawings drawings withstood spacing and amount of materials and stuff like that. So we're ready right. Well won't boy. Did we learn a lot from that. There is a huge step between. They're actually the carpentry side of things. And i think matt and another student alex where in the midst of that It's it was. I opening to me and how this is part of a learning process for all of us. And that's something that i really value. We probably would totally not ready. We should have another semester doing that But we had the funding. We had some student workers we need it to get rid of the old greenhouse but yeah we weren't ready and so there is a lot of on the spot decision making the add. Some really good. Help from eric bacchus mike trumper to fill in some of those gaps. There was a lot of a lot of the decision i think. Maybe it was internal pressure because we wanted to start it because we have the funding a lot of it was also you know we were trying to improve efficiencies by running concurrently with the chiel project so back when we started this in the spring that was also the first semester that the shield project began was right. After graduation in spring they moved in and started doing things and we needed to run new heating lines to degreen and they were running a trench. Anyways for their waterline so there was a lot of things where if we had waited a year. We would have had to go over everything that they were doing anyways. And what it costs a lot more money and through the help of the university engineer mike trumper we were able to understand kind of how we could fit in with the chill project and you know solve two problems At the same time and make sure that we weren't digging up grass twice and we were working together to try and figure out how to make it work. So that was i think a big part of it when i'm thinking back to that definitely helped and also i think from a student's perspective. We thought we were ready. And i think that goes to what sue is saying. It really was like yeah. We got drawings we you know. We have dimensions. I think we can make this work and it wasn't until we actually got to building things and realizing that it wasn't checked up twice and certain things weren't matching up where we had to then take tickets and look at it again and kind of do a second design to make things happen. But that's where i go back to my previous point where you know you really start to understand. The implications of decisions made early on Later down the line Say the air is at student. Make by you know. It was always sold as a twenty foot by thirty foot. Greenhouse foundation was not quite twenty foot by thirty five and the first lulls that we built to the twenty foot to thirty foot specifications without anybody going to actually measure and so that was a learning experience right. This is an educational experiences. Not been perfect but it certainly has in gauge us. all and lots of learning opportunities. Awesome matt could you just tell us a little more about Your involvement with a greenhouse and like what your role is how you got into that role Just you know even going back and forth. You know you're working on the greenhouse but just the listeners. Can kind of understand better shirt. So i was in the senior design capstone and spring. Two thousand hundred. I had decided to enroll in graduate school. Here at clarkson for fall twenty nineteen And already had an apartment for the summer. I was hoping to work on my startup company. A little bit. But that obviously doesn't pay the bills. And i really you know i'm not someone who likes to just drop off something halfway done and not see it through Just i'm as a person and so when there was an opportunity to manage a project like this and see the work that i've done all the way through to the end. It was intriguing to me. Because i knew that the project was going to get done anyways and as being part of that class. That had that design. I had more knowledge about it than anyone else that they might have found and i just felt like it was a. It was a good way for me to test my skill set. Learn a lot of new things and make it possible for me to stay in the north country through the summer and so all of those things came together and it worked out. And i'm glad that it did because it's been while the project has taken longer than expected. It's been great all the way through awesome. So can you tell us a little bit about the.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Our mission is to shape this podcast to the ignite slogan which is think making night we hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community and give you our listeners interesting and unique content. Our hope is that you can walk away from our episodes learning something new and valuable something that will truly inspire you for this week's episode. We spoke with dr susan powers and matt harvey born. Dr susan. susan powers is the spends professor of sustainable environment systems. And she's a director for the institute for sustainable environment at clarkson Hawthorne is a graduate. Student here clarkson he's on and ignite fellowship. He studied engineering. Management at clarkson for his undergrad and he's currently working on his masters in environmental science and engineering. This week we had them both on to talk about the greenhouse project which is currently taking place at clarkson was great to have both of them on and hope. You enjoyed the conversation as much as we did today. We have dr susan powers and graduate student matt with us to talk about the greenhouse project So let's just start by wanting to tell us about how the greenhouse project started. How the idea for it came up. Just a general overview of the beginning of the project will start with that that was before mce in about two thousand eight was the first time we envisioned having a greenhouse on campus and that was For a particular growing technology that we were trying to test and we got funding from that from the epa through their p three student competition and the students brought home seventy five thousand dollars to the original greenhouse that lasted about ten years but there are all sorts of issues with both the structure itself was not weathering well and we had come to the conclusion that the growing technology that was used inside. The greenhouse was not very resilient it was pretty neat was really high tech but because it was so high tech did not whether well with any power outages or pump failures and it resulted in a lot of crop loss and so greenhouse needs to be really resilient in terms of taking care of plants and so we decided a couple years ago that either we needed to get rid of it or you build it and it was though winning design in the twenty eighteen sustainability fun competition which is a campus wide. Vote on what we spend twenty five thousand dollars on and so that you know gave us okay. We've got at least a good star of the money that we need to deconstruct the old greenhouse. And we did that in a way that we could recoup and recover some of the materials to us again and start to be built. We've had three years of capstone design. Class students involved in the redesign of the greenhouse. And it's intended to be now a facility. The first one the greenhouses just like structure to enable us testing this aeroponics technology. But now he decide what we really need is a facility that enables different groups to use the greenhouse so the very different specifications and purpose awesome. That's actually really interesting. It's nice that students actually like voted for this project to get the money but So matt you're part of one of the senior design classes back in two thousand eighteen nineteen twenty nineteen twenty nineteen money. Tell us a little about what being that classes like. You guys did anything like that sure. So that semester. I think was pretty unique in that. We were tasked as a class to go from a pretty high level. Conceptual design With just a few specifications to trying to have an operational plan to not only deconstruct the previous greenhouse. But then build this new design that we had to come up with. and so the classes pretty sizable. I think we had somewhere around sixteen or so students and we were able to break into subgroups with specialties. Which i think was really crucial from a learning an educational perspective because yes. You were really kind of dove into one specific system within the larger project but as emphasized in the class. You had to really talk with everyone else. All the other systems that were being designed at the same time in order to make sure that everything with one another and really worked well when you went to go build it and so that was probably the biggest takeaway from the class and something that definitely shows when you can do it. Well so dr power. It's tell us more about like the classes have been like for you. How you've been able to structure them. What's look different over the last three years. I've learned a lot about engineering design. I've been teaching engineering design for decades but going to a whole project like this really gives you different sensible whole oftentimes. Our capstone design. Classes are just a feasibility study. You know you come up with some idea and you get to the point where say well you know this could be built or maybe some options. But in this case that's where we started But since then in all of the years mads year was the first year that we ended up with a concrete proposal for this is what the green house is gonna look like. There have been so many details. Since then we have gone back and redone. Some of the engineering work student student calculations and so often ends up being that we spend two semesters doing things like estimating the heat that's required to keep the greenhouse warm on a minus twenty degree night in january. And so it's and. I think the students also appreciate also at at least from the engineering perspective. All students often end up in the middle of a project right. You don't come in at the initiation and go all the way through production you end up somewhere in the middle you have to figure out. Where am i. What are the next steps. And so as we've progressed. You still do all the steps of engineering design. Gotta understand your problem and your specifications but now they're really detailed specifications it's like what size conduit do we need right not you know. Where are we going to put a heater. And so but it's still engineering design. You still go through the same process of engineering design. It's just ask for a more finalized product and there's no question that the the engineering design classes will not stop once. The construction is done a lot of opportunity to learn from the greenhouse and figure out how to do better as we go For example a lot of solar radiation comes in in the summer gets really hot. I suspect we need some shades. We don't need that from day one operations but it's something that we can be testing and understanding and doing analysis over the next couple of years to figure out. How do we improve. How.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Due to recent events are schedule has been changing a lot lately. So this episode. We're bringing you a conversation. We had this past february. We met with alex french. Who is sustainability coordinator in the institute for a sustainable environment. We talked about his climb stories. Project which highlights the effects of climate change on the average person's daily life. Alex also mentioned how clarkson is moving to become more sustainable through building upgrades post consumer recycling programs and the annual sustainability fund projects. His great talk with alex. And we hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we do. Thank you for joining us. Obviously alec's french sustainability coordinator in the institute for sustainability sustainable environment. Is that what it is. Yep okay i struggled to that every single time. Basically we have a little ritual where i struggled people's titles at any time in the analysts. Thanks for having me. I make them. Yeah all right. so why..

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"So when you think of clarkson what's the first thing that comes to mind just like a few little words It used to be engineering and hockey. And i truly think it should be innovation creativity and and then hockey for me. I would say transformational we. We got this whole thing. Started with the help of dave to ray and dave talked.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"You know look at everything. You know So you you do. End up making friends around the world. Well well what do you think was your favourite cultural experience travels. Actually i pretty much enjoyed them all. Sometimes some of the dishes that you're asked to eat must be to. The reviews were little unnerving as a sometimes told my wife. I hit the eat things i wouldn't normally hold in my hand but i did enjoy russia greatly. Okay the people again. As i said are very convivial if you want you know. The good eating is clearly northern italy for for me anyway. Although i once was traveling throughout northern italy with a cream engineer i finally said you know mr kim. What what's the problem. And he said. I can't stand the food and i was just thinking to myself. Wow okay so it. Just another example of how. Yeah perspectives are different different places. I actually went to italy and a few of the people that around the trip with me. Who are from new york. They said. I don't even like the food here. How could you new york. Italian food is not same as far as out that day. Right you mentioned that in clarkson the biggest takeaway that you took was how to learn. And i'm sure in your travels to you learn like you had to shift your ways of learning quite a lot. What do you think is the biggest advice that you would give as far as that goes okay. The biggest advice i'm going to give is not necessarily what people wanna hear. Here's what i've experienced if you if you want to be successful You don't have to be the smartest person in the room. I've never been the smartest person in the room I might have from time to time. Been the hardest working so if if you want to succeed. My view is at the core of it is do the work be prepared to do the work and so I would study for things. you know this. I actually understand new things. That's born at clarkson impart certainly nurtured at clarkson and It never one way. It changed with the internet okay but even when there were you know only books and libraries okay I found that that was something you really wanted to dig in to do the work. Underline the underlying. Why is something a certain way. And the other thing i would say is that in developing products or looking at at future products or limitations what products can be I learned to try to take things back to first principles right. So if if you want it so the physics of things matter. Okay so if you want to make a more efficient motor perhaps Cooperated more efficient motor. Okay what are the physical limitations. Okay.

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"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"clarkson" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"When you were a student at clarkson oh yeah a work. The gears for the way back machine misunderstood your questions about that. The i think. I was one of the lucky people who was able to very quickly grasp concepts in classes and because of that I might not have had the best study habits and had a lot. More free time Back when i was a student. Free time spells trouble though. That's why i decided to channel it into some of the activities. That might not get me in trouble. Yeah understandable one way or some of the most memorial memorable experiences. You had I won't get into all the parties stories because it was a very different environment. When i was an undergraduate in the seventies because the drinking age was eighteen it has the seventies And it was a little bit more overt exactly now yeah But what i really enjoyed was some of the student leadership. And i learned a lot out of it. The being the president of the student association. What you would call queue so now was ccs aa. When i was at clarkson college student association okay and learning. The basic leadership skills also loved a lot of the course. Work in chemical engineering. And so we're going to fast forward a little bit. Obviously but once a jacket was sold out to sc johnson and you decide to start up your own company kind of in household consumer goods. What inspired you to do that. you know for two years before the division bristol myers division. It was sold A friend of mine who is a sales and marketing director. And i had been talking about forming our own company There was a substantial white space or opportunity. And what at the time was called private-label. Now it's more retailer brand And we had some ideas but we also had inertia he add three girls I was having a blast at my job at drac it's because i was still growing But that sell. The company really gave the kick to get it off the ground. Yeah frankly. I was a bit of a hesitant entrepreneur because i knew it was going to be all consuming. Probably needed that little push. Yeah at the time. Yeah understandable. Yeah it was. It was a hard getting into that new. I know those space in the market but it was hard getting everything starting getting going like any function a. We had a plan. We thought was conservative both financially and from a business development standpoint and we were coming out of big corporate america. We thought we were really good. you get taken down a few pegs. When that happens and the rule of at least twice as long and twice as much capital we definitely learn was the truth. Yeah twice twice much. Capital thousand ask ever gonna need. That was gonna ask what your major tip would be for someone. Who's starting a when when you build your plan. Yeah most entrepreneurs are optimists. Yeah for whatever reason Be conservative. yeah in terms of how much money you're going to need and be conservative. How much time you're going to think is going to get to market And at twice as long twice as much is really based on your most conservative estimate..

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