20 Burst results for "New Mexico State University"
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"I am thrilled today to welcome to have your Gonzalez to our show. Former mayor of Santa Fe have your is now the vice president and chief development officer for the Saint Vincent Hospital Foundation. Heavier. Welcome to the show. Hey, Cindy. It's good to be with you. So excited to have you on this, So so have your most of our audience Members know you as the former mayor of Santa Fe. Tell us a bit about your background and first. What led you to politics? Well, um again. Thanks for letting me be with you. I, uh you know, I was brought into the whole political arena largely by watching my dad who was the former mayor of Santa Fe. He was a former county commissioner, and I grew up always. Witnessing him, uh, going off to try and help people or be busy at City Council meetings. He used to have a sane which was oil potatoes. Magnon opponents otras, which is today for others tomorrow for all of us, And I think what I learned through that was was the importance of service the importance of being able to give yourself Uh, towards your community and towards the betterment of your community. Uh, And so I went into the political arena, Very young Cossette County commissioner and during that time became president of the National Association of Counties. Was really proud at that time to be the first new Mexican and the first Hispanic to serve in that role and then after serving as a county commissioner was appointed by Governor Richardson to serve on the border region, said You make Mexico Highlands University and then I finished up serving at New Mexico State University, my alma mater. We're absolutely loved being on the border regions, and then I got this privilege to be able to step into the role that my dad had, which was to serve as mayor in 2000 and 14, and it was everything that he showed me to be as a child had the opportunity to help people. You had the opportunity to empathize with the city that struggled for many years on how to, uh how to address everything from housing challenges, too. Climate change, too, You know, um to race relations, and, uh, I really enjoyed my time is merit. Think it's one of the one of the one of the highlights of my professional career and I'm grateful to the people of Santa Fe, who allowed me to do it. It was such a great run for you. What an inspiring mayor. You were. Thank you. I enjoyed it. Um, we loved having you can speak for myself and and on behalf of the community how much we loved having you as the mayor. Um so then you went into private sector. Did a stint at the cart labs and Yeah, now, Yeah, So I mean, what was it like to learn about sort of big data science and we talk about big life change. Well, I mean, it was and what I really appreciated where the leaders that they cart labs who, um, really created a very inviting place to be able to learn and to thrive and Uh, it is exciting to know that New Mexico was responsible for developing. Um, you know, uh, tool that's being used by companies globally. Ah to analyze big data Geospatial data in ways that allow them to make better decisions, a software platform that was created by people right here in Santa Fe and being able to be part of the the organization and help at their external affairs. Was exciting. It was pretty cool walking into the Dakar lab space, because, um, you know, they were kind of not kind of they were, like all super smart and they knew what they were doing. Uh and it was, I kind of felt like that to elevate my game a whole bunch to be around it, but everyone's very kind. Santa Fe should be proud that the card labs calls Santa Fe home and continues to grow. But you know, one of the things that I that I knew or didn't necessarily feel and what I missed was just that ability to be on the front side of helping people really working to improve the lives of people in our community. Um, And that was one of the things that I enjoyed most about being in politics is knowing that every day when I showed up to work, I had a chance to actually impact people's lives for the better. And I missed that. And there was an opportunity that came open at, uh, Christmas, Saint Vincent, which is undergone an enormous transformation to the leadership of billion. Montoya. An opportunity came up to join her team to lead the foundation. Uh and the foundation plays such a critical role. When it comes to our hospital. We really serve as the philanthropic arm. To make sure that our community hospital committee ever changing needs health care needs of of our region. And so that means I work daily with people in the in the philanthropic community to help them understand the stories that are going on. Um at the hospital and really work with them to leverage the gifts that they're able to provide financially to have very positive impacts on all center fans lives when it comes to the delivery of health care, So it's been an extension of certainly, um, public service. But this one to me, Cindy is very For me. It's very personal. Obviously, As for all of us, it should be when it comes to health care. This is the hospital where I welcomed my daughters when they were first born and experience the amazing joy. That they had. It's the hospital that we said goodbye to my dad, his last um few minutes that he had with us here on Earth and each time I was surrounded by very compassionate carrying health caregivers who were there to to be part of the joyous celebration or there to comfort when we were said And so it is, You know, for me to be able to walk into to the hospital every day to know that I get to play a role in helping to improve. Ah, the lives of Santa fans in northern New Mexicans through our health care industry with the hospital that is performing, uh, incredibly well is it's a It's a real blessing. It's a real treat. It's incredible. And you've stepped in it..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Tv's earlier this year. Roku beat analysts estimates in its q two earnings. Earning fifty two cents per share on revenue of six hundred forty five million dollars up eighty one percent of the year however the company missed analysts estimates on active user accounts with fifty five point one million up one point five million onto quarter streaming hours. Were also down five percent on the quarter to seventeen point four billion hours in its q earnings. Nintendo saw revenue decreased nine point nine percent of the year to three hundred twenty two point six billion yen. That's about two point ninety four billion. Us dollars with switch hardware sales down. Twenty one point seven percent to four point forty five billion units software sales. Were also down ten point two percent to forty five point. Twenty nine million. Units the athenian blockchain just activated the london heart fork changing the way transaction fees are handled previously theorem used a blind auction when proposing transaction fees leading some users to pay a premium to ensure inclusion. But making the fees rather unpredictable after the fork. Theorems protocol will now algorithm mickley decide the transaction fee based on overall network demand. Apple expanded support for student. Id's and apple wallet revenue canada for the first time at the university of new brunswick and sheridan college an unspecified number of additional us. Universities will also use the system including auburn northern arizona. University the university of maine and new mexico state university otto showed off a new version of its under display camera tech which is a smaller pixels rather than less overall pixels on the screen over the camera to better hide it. This allows overall pixel density to remain consistent across the screen otto did not announce it the tech would be used in any upcoming devices amazon. Delayed the release of its new world. Em emo o. Until september twenty eighth previously set for release on august thirty first amazon made the decision based on user feedback in the closed beta. The game was originally set for a may twenty twenty release when it was announced. Tick tock confirmed..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Today. I'm up in the msci own. Nice a wonderful place to be. You're really blessed. Thank you for being with us here. To from las cruces. New mexico's dr jeanette hanes writer and she is a professor of curriculum and instruction at the college of education in new mexico state university and she is a citizen of the cherokee nation. Dr hanes writer. Thank you for being with us today to thank you so much for this opportunity and so ladies professors doctors thank you for being here and let's apply this to what is going on in our schools. Backlash push back against any of this being introduced. How races taught Dr hanes writer. What would you like to start off with on how we're hearing about this very complex thing that melanie did a wonderful job of breaking down for us and how it is being talked about in the schools or being pushed out of Dr hanes writer anything. You want to start with yes. Melanie really Gave us a good foundation of of the issues. But when we're when we're talking in this conversation. I think is of utmost importance in this conversation today to disentangle critical race theory as a theory and its purported use in school and so In in that. I want to say that i've i've been a professor at new mexico state for twenty five years i have been In the area of preparing teachers and working within service teachers and so as a note discussions around race class gender sexual orientation language spirituality ability nationality. Those were already happening before critical race. Theory was ever introduces a theory To students so those conversations were happening Another issue i want to say is is in this disentanglement. We have to look at the reality versus the myth. There's assertion that critical race theory is being put into our schools in the curriculum. But what is the evidence of that. I mean when we're looking at public schools alone according to data from the national center for at statistics. We're looking at over ninety. Eight thousand schools were looking at three point. Five million teachers. What is the the actual evidence and the proof that it's in our curriculum. I took a look at the pre k. through twelve curriculum for new mexico in the social studies. Critical race theory is not there Even the word critical except for critical thinking is not there. So you know the after hanes writer.
So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper
"This might sound like a just so story. But why is the chili pepper hub and said that we spoke to marazul procedure. She's a chef and culinary historian and she wrote an incredibly beautiful book called peppers of the americas which traces chili peppers all the way back to their south american origin so their forebears of today's peppers and tomatoes split off from sister about two feet median years ago in south america myself suspect then millions of years ago peppers looked and smelled like a tasty snack to the animals in the region. Which was the problem. Because the chili peppers precious seeds would get destroyed in most animal guts and chili peppers. Want to have baby chili peppers and tilles developed a defence strategy. It devilish non-poisonous thing In the form of facing which is an alkaloid said it's painful to most animals. They spots they avoided them but burst. Didn't birds have this amazing ability to not feel the heat sensation. Because they don't have the same heat receptors in their mouths or their skin. The way we do joining the chili. Chorus is denise coon. He's the chili pepper researcher at new mexico state university home to the one and only chili pepper institute and so they can eat lots and lots of these tiny little berries and pass it through their digestive system unharmed and grows into a new plant whereas s mammals. We can feel the heat and it passes through desk system and actually our our system destroys the seeds so it can't grow into a new plant. And that's kinda why we think that the chili pepper plant evolved caps and wants to keep mammals from eating them but then look at. What do denise told us. Chili peppers are the only plants in the world that produce kept sason and because chile's are making kept space and to protect their precious needs. They put most of that protection right around those seeds.
EVs & Infrastructure - Katie Sloan, Southern California Edison
"Drivers do percents of their charging. That's eight zero percent of their charging at home. There are over twenty two thousand charging stations on over sixty six thousand chargers across the united states and counting with more being installed every day. The new electric vehicles have a healthy amount of battery range. Some as much as three hundred fifty miles as i recall and the cars. Frankly are very very cool. I was at the dc. Auto show recently took a ride with a race car driver in an electric volvo sports car. That was way cool. There are electric and hybrid. Suv sedans sports cars et cetera. So what is holding it up. I'd like you to meet a woman who we hope can answer some of these questions kate. Sloan is the director of mobility at southern california edison. I met katie a few months ago at an electric drive transportation association forum. And i knew i had to have you meet her. Katie has been at southern california edison for about seventeen years if i read that right in her linked in profile and his knee deep electric vehicles. She earned her degrees in economics. Which is an interesting angle to approach this from both at her graduate undergraduate and master's degrees from new mexico state university welcome to green connections radio. Katie and thank you so much for joining us. Thank you john. I'm excited to be here. Oh you're welcome you're welcome so you focus on removing the barriers to electric vehicle adoption which assumes there's a big market for these vehicles but since most of us are not even be owners. What's your pitch to own one. That's a great question to start with. And i would say that. Electric vehicles are funded. Drive that is the number one reason that people should be thinking about purchasing them love to share a little story about my own personal experience and that is that my husband has always driven really large. Suv's and trucks his whole life and when we went car shopping a few years ago and we started looking at electric vehicles. I have to say that he was like probably the majority of folks saying that he was not very excited about purchasing an electric vehicle so much so that when we went to test drive one of the cars he refused to sit in the front seat and actually sat in the back with his arms folded
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Independent Miku, don't you also don't want 50% of parents saying they need but cannot easily access behavioral health care, given the stresses were under so I could go down the list of our services. The point is in a pandemic. You need all these services they they have to exist. People can't go into quarantine unless they can be guaranteed food security programs. And housing security programs, If indeed there, struggling with work and or livelihood, so all these services connect, and so we really see what we're doing is an integral part of pandemic preventions. And so we are finding Maura and more people calling us and wanting to get engaged, so we don't lack for People. We we were actually we actually lack for capacity. But likely we have Senator sold to them the Senate and has a bill SB 30 to help us Really cool. Hey, is now the chair. Maybe has been Or maybe it just is your chair of the Senate Education Committee. Yeah, is that he's been a leader and in that arena for a long, long time, and I think that's why he became our champion, and that he fully understood that until we a draft aces and childhood trauma and social adversity. Kids won't do well in public school. They just won't. So so he's on board and other people on board. We've got a Senate bill. We've got a more senators and representatives eager to support us. So We're always cautiously optimistic as anyone is going to the session, But, um, we've got all our fingers crossed, and it's all systems go with with our with our wonderful home base, New Mexico State University All right, and people saying, What did they just say? The kids cannot. Kids cannot succeed in probably school. Here's the deal. If the kid is sitting there, third grader third grade girls sitting there And thinking about how hungry she is. She didn't get her homework done because the home situation that there's domestic violence going on drug abuse going on that there are all these kind of things and He lives in a really a fluent community. She's not living, you know, in in a poor part of the town of port part of the state, uh, they're not going to pay attention to anything that teacher says. I mean, that's what we're dealing with here in New Mexico. 17 minutes have three o'clock back with Dr Katherine Courtney and Dominic.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Native America Calling
"The pandemic. We can't necessarily sell things in person at flea market or You know at holiday bazaars and so a great way to work around that is to sell things online. Yeah i i also really just like the sort of Viral aspect of the story. And i noticed that another story that made the top that you wrote was about nathan daca which is who had made this viral tiktok video where he's just writing skateboard and drinking What is it cranberry juice. And and suddenly he's a star and he. He is actually native. And i thought that was pretty cool. That was on the list as well. Allison what about you like Were there any stories this year that you felt like kinda slip through the cracks that you really want to Highlight well so we talked about. We talked a little bit about the landgrab university story that was published in april. Who's in high country news that kaelin contributed to the jury by tristan atone and His partner i now i am also forgetting his name on their jitters Viz incredible story about how universities were established Using on on stolen land and how they continue to generate revenue. And you talk about data you know. I think that story had been in the works for two years going over all of these Tidal all of these records in the the are you know in the federal archives And just going looking back and all of these financial records and looking at how much Each is You know Endowment were you know how much it had grown since the Since the taking or the sale of that land often for for pennies Ah that was a really incredible story. that i just i don't think got enough attention and i really hope that it's on people's lists to read a there's an accompanying what site that you can actually go in and look at these universities that were established under the Built land grant program So that's one guy and I'll hang on. Hang on one second. Because i wanted to learn about this but i also want to point out that this is the kind of long form investigative reporting that takes time and money to to make and to get a mainstream organization a news organization to commit to something like this is pretty remarkable and so killing. What do you want to share about this And i'll get a link to the land grab piece On our website native america calling dot com as well. But what do you want to share about what you contributed to that story. yeah Yeah like allison said is it was really amazing. Story looking at Fifteen or sorry fifty. Two universities All across the united states that are public universities And so what tristen and His is reporting partner. Robert but you did was They re they found all eleven million acres of indigenous land. Spread all across the west That had gone on to actually funds. state universities. So when you think about Landgrab university or land grant universities rather You can think about like new mexico state university or colorado state university Which alison reported on And idaho state university Each of these universities all across the country Were granted a piece of this eleven million acres of land That they could go on to Sell to bruce their You know they're they're tiny Endowments and funds and found those universities. and so what..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Clifford covid. Nineteen has been a major challenge to america's food supply. Shane but a new mexico researcher says it's proven resilient despite unknowns and panic buying initial stay at home. Orders led to stockpiling empty grocery store shelves and demand that far exceeded supply j. lily white and aga- communist at new mexico state university says various laws governing food labelling packaging and sizing meant manufacturers and distributors. Were logistically paralyzed. The outset of the pandemic which made consumers fearful. There wouldn't be enough food. The system is not broke. It stretched it had to modify but it did not break. There's plenty of at their farmers are still farming. I'm roz brown. food processing. Plants turned out to be a major weakness in the supply. Chain has many are highly dependent on labor and sell. Their output disrupted due to infection rates among workers and efforts to reach a year and agreement on stimulus package to prop up the shuttering economy faltered thursday york times reports that calms his aides to senator mitch. Mcconnell majority leader single privately that most republicans were unlikely to endorse and emerging bipartisan compromise. The times as mcconnell's advisors expressed concerns that republicans could not accept liability protections for business that they consider to limited or funding for state and local governments they have long resisted both are central elements of a nine hundred eight billion dollar outlined draft by moderates in both parties. Elite group advocating for seniors has a new report about covid cases in south dakota nursing homes and the findings pain a troubling picture as providers trying to keep residents safe. The latest cove in nineteen dashboard from. Aarp says south dakota is well above the national rate for recent case numbers and death averages between mid october and mid november. The state sought twenty two new kobe. Nineteen cases per one hundred long-term care residents up revive and a half and the previous four week period. Aarp state director. Eric cow ski says staff members becoming infected as a big concern to across the country. But also here in south dakota and we're just calling upon our leaders in the state to do as much as possible to protect our most vulnerable. South dakota hausky says that should include doubling up on efforts to ed staff and protective gear as the virus reenters many facilities from community spread. Aarp is providing these monthly snapshots using self reporting data nursing homes. Send to the centers for medicare and medicaid services. The report says seventy seven percent of their seeing homes. Were without a one week supply of pp up from twenty three percent in the last reporting period. This is pms. Latino students entering college in record numbers. But that doesn't necessarily mean they are any up getting degrees who need does. Us and the university of north carolina research the reasons why some latino students don't finish college and finds there more verse to debt than their non latino peers. marinette lay. Cebrian is the latino partnership program officer for the oregon community foundation. She says many latinos are first generation students. And don't know how they'll be able to afford school for me. When i thought about higher education and going to school i look at the overall amounts that it was gonna cost right like. What was the total bill. And i said to myself i remember. Oh i can't do that. Cebrian says there's a need for more mentors. On higher education and latino communities data from lancia in education finds a large gap in degree attainment in oregon twenty two percent of latino oregonians h twenty five or older hennion associate degree or higher compared with forty five percent of white oregonians more than half of indiana's ladders used for agriculture. And there's a new effort to keep those lands resilient to the effects of climate change the food and agriculture climate alliance is promoting tools and incentives. That can help. Farmers tackle the warm climate head on and jessica deanne brosio with the nature. Conservancy in ohio says the group wants farmers in the egg industry to become partners in finding solutions. Really changing the conversation from you can either have this or that to more of that end so we can work together on these issues..
Concerns over food insecurity grow amid COVID-19 pandemic
"Has created an economic disaster for millions of families, one that the nation's safety that hasn't been ableto handle. Millions of people have been thrown out of work with no new jobs to be had, and many of the measures designed to help them. Things like supplemental unemployment benefits and eviction moratoriums have run their course. They engaged in a lot of necessary coping strategies and trade off folks. They're making difficult trade off between painter of food and medical care, food and utilities. Food and transportation and helping Jessica Hager is director of health and Nutrition for Feeding America, a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks and the country's second biggest charity, she says Before the pandemic about 35 million Americans or 1/9 of the population lived in households that were food insecure without the resources to get adequate food. Since mid March. It's gotten much worse family's air having to decide whether to pay the rent or buy food. Food banks are crowded. We have projected right now that there'll be 54 Million people are one in six could be sued and secured this beer in 2020. We've also projected that food and security Rachel increase in every single county in the United States in 2020, so this could be a 21 and three adults and one and two Children could experience it in Korea this time again due to that. Economic impact that has been in effect around the pandemic. No individuals whose job individuals relying on their savings to make their way through experts in hunger, No, that family's suffering from food insecurity have a variety of goto strategies to try to stretch scarce food dollars. Hagar says. 55% of food insecure families have used at least three of the strategies are things such as receiving help from friends? Purchasing an expensive unhealthy food, which we, of course know in the long term has an impact on health, telling their personal property where, if possible, which isn't for all, of course, but growing food in their own garden. Anticipate. Families have continue to engage and they trade off in coping strategies while also trying to manage the difficult circumstances of managing the disease and being out of social distance increased normally have even in normal times. Many families go in and out of hunger, depending on economic circumstances. But today a lot of people are gig workers or freelancers whose income is far from consistent. What is certainly common or not unusual for there to be seasonal food insecurity or one coming in and out of the security and that against you Point gig economy. It could be our essential workers who are farmers, and much of their income is based on seasonal rotation of crops. We also know of course, that folks began as they're making tree off. Sometimes their assets are coming in, and they're able to live off those for quite some time. But a situation may come or a health crisis cooker that's unexpected in that put someone in a food insecure state, though it does change depending on a variety of circumstances, and also note that we have a lot of built in inequalities within our structures institution in this country. And so though helpful, maybe doing Well and being able to make ends meet for many years. There may be the circumstances that change the last idiotic cetera. That family made their individual, maybe food insecure for a period of time until they're able to re secure that financial foundation for their life Being food, insecure, even for just a little while, is a major risk factor for poor health. A recent study in the sage journals shows that independent of all other factors, food insecurity, Khun drastically increase the chances of an early death. We found that the drift of the people in America who are secure Eventually have a high chance of dying from any cause of that heart disease. And that is a striking finding good extended dance of death for insecure people After 10 Years of increases, 50%. That's Dr John Dee, scooped on Donny, professor of Public Health at New Mexico State University co author of the study, not a sophisticated multiple models. Adjusting for different types of actors. And yet no matter how much you account for just being food, insecure from a few years after a long duration, profound impact on someone's help. On the train, the heart, the liver, the kidney, and so any cause of death is more prominent in for insecure people essentially being food, insecure challenges your body medical autism, and then you're depending on your supply in the body, putting supplies. And those declining over time and eventually the challenger system so heavily but a liver stops function and people underground Club Gen. Donny says the increase in heart disease death as a result of food insecurity is especially striking 75% greater over 10 years than in people who are not food in secure. The reasons are fairly clear. Cheaper foods are generally less heart healthy. And there are few things more chronically stressful than not knowing where your next meal is coming from when an individual is going through this difficult and very stressful, my nontoxic, stressful experience that if they're making a stray off, perhaps again purchasing, inexpensive and healthy food That can lead to perhaps previously controlled diet related diseases becoming uncontrolled, uncontrolled diseases. Such a society that can lead to complications like kidney disease, identities and nerve damage. Often food insecurity and poor health combined to create a vicious cycle with no way out. If someone enters a cycle of food, insecure or their household is experiencing an unexpected and extensive medical crisis are often forced to engage in the financial coping strategies. And it includes the consumption of cheaper foods often that are hiring calories. But Lauren nutritional value and the reliance on the left healthy food can lead to poor nutrition and chronic diet, really, and diseases. Ensuring these diseases can worsen existing disabilities or other illnesses and results in an inability to work and bring in that previously the cheese income. What's more, the
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Native America Calling
"There's quite a few limitations that law enforcement have been dealing with. It's been really frustrating for cheap Francisco of the Navajo police especially, I think. So tribal law enforcement can't arrest non native people on the reservation in this scenario I think there's an exception for domestic violence but in this case, he's been limited in terms of his ability to arrest or intervene with these Asian workers, and there's a thousand people again involved in this who are not native Now, the whole lot doesn't really address the we gallery of hemp cultivation very clearly. So it's been hard for police to get a warrant to search the farms for marijuana. And plus t Francisco's had a hard time finding a drug lab they could test the plants for him and also Sheriff Shane Ferrari in San Juan County only has very limited jurisdiction within the reservation. So his hands are mostly tied unless something illegal happens outside of the reservation you know in the county So yeah, local law enforcement had had a very hard time investigating this even though it's been happening way out in the open and in a really audacious way share Ferrari, just describe it to me as you know, didn't even always been able to operate in the cracks and we're all just standing here kind of scratching our heads. Wondering. How do we? How do we proceed with this I'm so at this point, I think it's very likely to become a federal issue. Yeah I was GonNa ask you what the agency is. That is in charge of hemp cultivation and. Keeping Track of that. The USDA is in charge of him. Cultivating tribes can get their own license from the USDA that has not happened with Navajo nation yet They do have a little limited license to grow like five acres out of Nappy, their agricultural area with New Mexico State University. So that's kind of like a university research area but beyond that, there's no license and that's part of the legal problem here and so that would be the USDA The state also has a story in this. In this scenario you know we're talking about drugs if we're talking. About marijuana in a state like this where you know especially, we don't have recreational marijuana we do have medical marijuana but this is kind of an off the books operation in that would be the DA or criminal issue. I mean, even if Navajo police were able to to prove that it was marijuana or show court probable cause, they could intervene I believe. So you know it's just kind of a complex maze of people that that have just everybody seems to have kind of a little bit of jurisdiction. Nobody has enough to kind of attack it you know. I had on I will say to that Sheriff Ferrari has. Formed what he describes as a task force with G. Francisco have never hope TV and the Attorney General and New Mexico and Da Homeland Security and FBI I mean they've all been meeting and trying to attack this you know and and get investigation underway Well I really you know we'll put a link to this article on our website. Native America calling dot com also mentioned that you did get an interview with two named Bonaly about this, the businessman who is in charge of this operation and he had some interesting things to say about it..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Emergency tweet urging everyone to seek higher ground and calling it a life threatening situation. Up to 20 inches of rainfall is expected from Mississippi to the Florida Panhandle. President Trump is again defending his initial response to the Corona virus pandemic. Well, I didn't downplay I actually in many ways, I, uh, plated in terms of action during an ABC News town hall in Philadelphia, he pointed to travel bans from China in Europe, he added, thousands of more lives would have been lost if he didn't issue them. This comes after he told a prominent journalist, it was deadlier than the flu. Birds are dropping dead at an alarming rate and New Mexico a professor at New Mexico State University, says potentially hundreds of thousands of birds air dying. It's a known why the birds are dying at such a high rate. But Martha Desmond says a recent cold front or drought in the state may be to blame. She said the wild fires out West may have also forest birds to migrate before they're ready to NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 FM sports. The Celtics lost 1 17 to 1 14 to the heat and overtime in the opener of the East Vinyls in Orlando, The Red Sox blanked the Marlins two to nothing in Miami. For more news. Listen to the daily dive, the big news stories explained not shouted every day on the radio Web forever. You get your favorite podcasts. Now more Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron ST Pierre a news radio 9 21 or 47 FM. Okay, Cristian. Thank you coming up next. Apparently Quinn, A rocky start for Providence is new.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Forecasters say the rainfall is likely to be measured in feet over the course of the next few days as a slow moving storm wreaks havoc on the region. President Trump is again defending his initial response to the Corona virus pandemic. Well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways I, uh, played it in terms of action during an ABC News town Hall and Philadelphia, he pointed to travel bans from China and Europe, he added, thousands of more lives would have been lost if he didn't issue them. This comes after he told a prominent journalist, it was deadlier than the flu. Birds are dropping dead at an alarming rate and New Mexico a professor at New Mexico State University, says potentially hundreds of thousands of birds air dying, It's unknown why the birds are dying at such a high rate, But Martha Desmond says a recent cold front or drown in the state may be to blame. She said the wild fires out West may have also forest birds to migrate before they're ready to NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 FM sports. The Celtics lost 1 17 to 1 14 to the heat and overtime in the opener of the East Vinyls in Orlando, The Red Sox blanked the Marlins two to nothing in Miami. For more news. Listen to the daily dive. The big news stories explains not shouted every day on the radio Web or ever you get your favorite podcasts. Now more Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron ST Pierre a news radio 9 21 or 47 FM. Okay. Thanks. Bon Chan coming up next week over 19 taking its toll on the restaurants here in the ocean status now, 6 35..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Tennessee are all prepared for high water rescues. A family of Briana Taylor doesn't want what happened to her to happen to anyone else. Their lawyer says they'll continue the fight beyond Louisville, Kentucky to reform police departments everywhere, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Taylor's death sparked a movement. Her death has ignited a movement in Louisville in the nation for racial justice, sending thousands into our streets. In cities all across the country and the world. President Trump is blaming the Corona virus for a halting economic progress for the black community. During a town hall event on ABC, Trump was asked how make America great again relates to Black Americans. He said the black community had its best unemployment and home ownership rates on record. He admitted income inequality is a problem, but claimed it was worse during the Obama administration. Covad, 19 and the wildfires Air taking a heavy toll on Washington state Brad Ford reports of fires have destroyed around 200 homes and over 2000 people in Washington have died from covert 19. This has been a your tragedy for so many people in our state, Washington Governor Jay Inslee says Residents are having to deal with smoke statewide here outside right now is a historically polluted levels. Actually says climate change will only make wildfires worse in the future, which is why it's important to take action now to prevent it. Words are dropping dead at an alarming rate in New Mexico. A professor at New Mexico State University, Martha Desmond says potentially hundreds of thousands of birds are dying. It's unknown why the birds are dying at such a high rate, but Desmond says a recent cold front or drought in the state may be to blame. I'm Brian shook. Joe Biden's campaign is establishing the largest election protection program in presidential campaign history. Mike Bauer reports former Vice President Joe Biden is campaign is establishing a major new legal operation to combat President Trump's evidence free voter fraud claims, and I think it's all designed to create so much chaos. Legal battles are already raging over how people will vote and how ballots will be counted, and senior Biden officials described this legal ramp up as necessary to guard the integrity of a fall election already clouded by President Trump. Suggesting that his supporters could stress test the system in North Carolina by voting twice. You can't let them take you vote away. These people are playing dirty politics like our reporting,.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"His 87 degrees in Santa Fe 50% chance of rain, which would be splendid. We're visiting with Dr James Peach, who is professor emeritus of economics in New Mexico State University, and he's down in Los Cruise. His words like 1000 degrees in and zero chance of rain down there, But you know that's where he chooses to live, you know? You can't force him to move. And and thank you for your time today, Professor. We really, really do appreciate now part of the Presentation yesterday to the jealousy. I was talking about how our economy is going to change. I don't want to be a fear monger, but I want to tell people to be prepared. Be prepared. First of all, don't get sick. Don't have to go to the hospital right now, especially in Albuquerque. Also Get a job because the $600 a week is going to go away in a couple of weeks. No, no great hurry by the Congress to bring it back, so I don't want to be a fear monger, but I want to warn people and prepare people. So what's it going to look like? In the future? We'll just talk when Mayor Sanchez up in in Espanola. About this, and he said, You know, the big boxes the You know the big boys you're going going to do better and the small businesses. You're going to get hurt. What is your evaluation? Uh, this downturn in New Mexico this This time. We've lost nearly 100,000 jobs. And that's about twice as many as we lost a great recession on the starting December of seven. And It took us a decade to get back to that many jobs. After the great recession and we've got to make up twice of men. We've got a hard task and one of us What's it going to look like? On the other side? Down. We're never going back to a pre coded economy. You just can't do that. Some things are not reversible. But, um, retail trade in general Uh, was not doing well before this started. In January of this year, we had 1000 fewer retail trade employees. And we did 20 years early. And that's in New Mexico and We've lost about eight or 9000 retail trade jobs, and many of those jobs will not come back. They will simply not come back in your collection. The big box stores. And online. Ah, better prepared than most wall businesses. Um To survive something like this. And if you if you think about A and independently owned restaurant or retail business of almost any sort. You couldn't survive that. Well, you've got to have cash on hand, and most of those businesses operated the margin anyway. They need the revenue every single month. Uh, I noticed this morning the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Uh, asked For yet another coded released bill from Congress and one of the things not the only thing, but one of the things that they asked for, was to target small business with some aid. Small businesses are less likely to have cash on they're less likely to have a good credit record long history with the bank. There It is, just that's really, really tough. And there is no simple solution. The state has a member of programs that can help out really But Some of those businesses were going to be gone. One encouraging thing that secretary Keys from economic Development, said yesterday she's been dragging bankruptcies, right and and in New Mexico. We just haven't seen Ah huge increase and bankruptcies. You know, professor and and I want to get back to something else and Secretary Key said. We tend to lag behind you. Do you agreed in the Federal Reserve? I think our district is out of Kansas City. They typically say worked a couple of years behind Go into recession in Mexico. A couple of years late coming out. Do you agree with that? Well way were a couple of years. Not years were many months behind when we Had the downturn and no Asian nine to go into it. Right, and, um, but it took the US came out of that right fairly quickly. But in New Mexico we were one of the last states to regain our level employment. It took us a decade. So it's not just a couple of years behind. It's a long time. And part of that. We don't turn down as quickly as other states because we have a high concentration of government employment. Exactly, And that adds stability to the economy. People complain about government, but it s handsome stability to what's going on here? Yeah. Ah! This is ah, clearly more serious. Nationally and in Mexico that the downturn in a way to know night by several factors Secretary He's also said yesterday that in this environment and we see this, with probably individuals and families living in cities they want to get the heck out of cities because they see this pandemic. You know the concentration of people and health care and cities in all that driving people back to the suburbs, and she says. We're seeing along a lot of activity of mid sized companies looking at well, It's not going to New York. Let's not go to Texas. Let's not go to Florida. Let's not go to California. Let's look at a place like New Mexico. Would that help? Absolutely. And there will be a lot of that will be a lot of changes in the big cities. There's going to be an increase in the demand for automobiles. People are going to be reluctant to go back to public transportation. No question There's gonna be an increase in the man already is the demand for housing in the suburbs as opposed to living in a Funny story apartment walk up. And New Mexico is a very attractive or OK, A lot of reasons like that. This really is the land of its support of that recovery. When we look at oil and gas, not coming back, and we've you know, been saying for For forever. We need to diversify. We don't know what that means on, I ask leadership, and they're like, kind of scratched her hand. They, you know, throw out, well, film and and and renewable energy and some of those thing film is going to be it will come back. The man will be there, but we'll come back in a different way. A different form. Different platforms may be no more screens and theaters. But you know, we'll do this. Well, you and I are zooming right now that this is the future. Um So so some of those things that that we need to diversify to do you have other ideas? I mean, some people throw out legalized.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Four to six to the caller is but the background of the to judge border south bend Indiana the only child of to college professors who affected bed while employed as faculty members of New Mexico State University but while he was in south bend his father taught at at Notre Dame two thousand but a judge was valedictorian of his senior class in south bend he won first prize of the John Kennedy presidential library and museum profiles in courage essay contest accepted the award the subject of his winning essay was the integrity of political courage of Bernie Sanders interestingly enough the judge is a graduate of Harvard and Oxford university on a Rhodes Scholarship he was a consultant at the management consulting firm of McKinsey with four years as a naval intelligence officer in the navy reserve achieved the rank of lieutenant he was deployed for seven months to Afghanistan that's pretty much it that's the pleasure guy and of course was mayor for red two terms in the south bend in the average work for a variety of political campaigns over the years and the that's him let's go to tally in the Dothan Alabama next on the bull headed show hello there good evening Hey I dont well I'm well what's on your mind where well well my mind is date Donald Trump is actually Democrat at one time he was he has been for quite awhile eight he's actually a Democrat now how do you figure date the John F. Kennedy Democrat word of this plane you're saying the philosophically he's a John Kennedy Democrat I'm not sure that it would be safe to say that Donald Trump has a political philosophy but okay whatever yes I have an Adonis candidly well on the ring on on some issues I guess maybe yes in and the Democratic Party has changed so much is there now you know narrow narrow choppy the Republic yes he is as a matter of fact he certainly if there are more than a few people in this country tally you in fact are Republicans because they are because they left the party but because the party left them point well taken this is Bruce in the fort worth Texas good evening Bruce great show as always thank you for your objectivity are we responding to your previous question I would live to see once and for all I'm I'm a few jurors memorable event socialist as far and I think it's amazing is trying to hold on to a as a moderate room as a conservative working so that means there is some issues for half the burning but my point is this let's put a fable sorcerers cultural political and social an economic communist up against the greatest capitalist longtime never been tried with a businessman in there for years we tried with Ross Perot twelve goals which I was surprised that the alternate capitalist and has already been a presidential it's lost or action in a row in the car on the road this as well has lost election with what well such a great economy well because rob I don't do the recall probably not of I don't remember what the economy was in nineteen ninety two with H. W. bush lost but probably the idea if the economy stays this good it would be hard for him to lose yeah yeah actually the economy in ninety two was already out of the recession but the media wouldn't wooden reported but it was still still economy because it is speaking of bush forty one and I voted for but here's the deal people are you I was a Democrat for thirty five years a Republican for twenty years and we got sick and tired jumble of the broken promise read my lips no new taxes in a few months later bush forty one has the biggest tax like in history the previous president yeah I I know though there's no doubt about the fact that the the if Republicans won't know how they wound up with the with Donald Trump the answer is for most of them to look in the mirror there you're quite correct in that regard that they got Donald Trump by virtue of not doing what they promised they would do and and for the life of me I've never understood why people do that you always get bitten by that it just it doesn't make sense even if you are congenitally allying weasel if you want to win that that's the time you pretty much have to tell the truth people remember in this day and age nothing is ever forgotten it's all online somewhere tentative the Jamestown The New York good evening Ted hi question yeah you said that I always should be the first one not every time hello turn north south east or west hi where which state as I said we should have for regional primaries northeast southeast Midwest and west they should rotate the order they go hi we wouldn't matter if you rotate you know one year to be the north east the next year to be the southeast the next time it'll be the mid west of the next time the west wouldn't it wouldn't be any particular state no I'm talking about having all of those states have their primaries on the same day for primaries yes but it covers value which state gets held I know is they all have it on the same day no state gets close the deal so what I'm saying I'm saying that on a on a day in March all of the southeastern states would voted that out a day in April all of the midwestern states would vote in a day and may all of the western states you tune up saying not one state that all both on the same day that's what I'm suggesting okay well that's clearer yeah I think so yeah I don't have words that much smaller to reuse really have made I thought it was pretty clear but so no no one state well no one state with then you know be doing anything again it's only an idea and I wouldn't worry about it because it's not going to happen more to come and we'll be back in a moment diabetes high blood pressure anxiety meds everyone's on them if you're a fifty year old male maybe a bit be free and you may even have type two diabetes a.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Did you know there's a Chile pepper institute in New Mexico on the enemy you can't as in New Mexico State University indeed consider the to Mexico state question better green and the difference red pepper into the matured pepper alright and pepper better as the green is like harvested before it turns red yeah there's a change in flavor red tends to be sweeter than the green that surround the Cisneros's program coordinator for the Chile pepper institute which has a big gathering soon general like president growers and it will be held at its new location is here at the last Christmas convention center is the world's largest chili pepper conference practices and growers as most of the the people who are involved in like production or growing side of things among the fiery topics will have like updates on regulatory activities for the mix which really advertising act they'll go over like soil borne diseases we management in Chile peppers certain diseases and viruses like co top virus and achieving precision irrigation to reduce costs those wild and wacky pepper people investigating benefits of these of chili peppers stocks in production of wood plastic composite and also like transforming chili by products into value added products so things like that boy they sound serious so that we have is educating the world actually peppers the chili peppers one of two New Mexico state vegetables the other is free holidays sex beans and by the way I'm sure we've all had refried beans but have you ever had just fried beans being either anyway pre registration to the Chile pepper institute conference that in Mexico State University in Los crucis is open till noon mountain time this Friday at the conference is Monday.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"At nine AM on talk twelve sixty am in one or three point seven FM. Where women those born is women. Those my densify as women and those who support women will shape, feminist ideas. Inspirations and reflections that are shaping our world today come on into the Braves space where we break it down together. Richard even show voice of Santa Fe on CRC. Santa Fe's news, John leader. In. Yes. Pretty four minutes after three twenty four minutes to o'clock on a Friday afternoon. Twenty four minutes have the two fifty degrees right now. Dorming around. Definitely snowing up in our mount snowing up in house inhaling down in the town of as we speak. I don't know if you had a chance to look at the story today front page story in the new Mexican by Andrew doctored. The New Mexico state is looking at and they've already had some. Some approval on opening a campus New Mexico state campus in Mexico. San Louis Potosi. It would be funded by private investment. But it would be as a campus of New Mexico state university. You'd be be Mexican versions of aggies. I guess they might set up a campus down there. I'm sure the they have to look at it..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Today's Clark -rageous moment is an important heads up for you. If you have benefits through a place, he work the paperwork that seems so obscure sometimes can trip up the best of intentions, and I wanna tell you a story I read in the local newspaper in last Cruces. New Mexico is about a guy who died suddenly who was a professor at New Mexico state university. So when he died, he he thought his wife was going to be in great shape. You know, they talked about everything he had and all that. And then she contacted the university about receiving his pension. Well. The pension he'd paid participated in paying into all through the years. She's not gonna get nobody's going to get it. The state of New Mexico is going to keep the money why? Because as simple form that required. His name. And his designated beneficiary either was never filled out or no one can find. And so the state shrugged his shoulders and said, you're not gonna get any money. The worst part is as widow Libby has MS needs care and is having to sell her home and move in with their parents because without the pension. She's flat out of luck. Wherever you work, if you have benefits attached to it, whatever it is you get life insurance where you work, you may you're lucky enough to work at a place that has a pension or any type of insurance products. You gotta make sure that the paperwork has properly been completed. So the year intended beneficiary will receive that money in many of these cases with employer plans what you put in your will doesn't matter. It has to be done by beneficiary designation. Another thing you always want to have a copy of your paperwork that you've done with your employer because if you don't have that paperwork done and have the additional step of documentation proving you've done the paperwork. You're survivors may being left high and dry. Imagine. Passing away feeling at least at peace. Your wife will be okay. And then it turns out she's not and she's financially ruined. Because of one signature on one four. So you get those things once a year typically from.
"new mexico state university" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Through a place, you work the paperwork that seems so obscure sometimes can trip up the best of intentions, and I wanna tell you a story I read in the local newspaper in Las Cruces, New Mexico. It's about a guy who died suddenly who was a professor at New Mexico state university. So when he died, he he thought his wife was going to be in great shape. You know, they talked about everything he had and all that. And then she contacted the university about receiving his pension. Well. The pension he'd paid participated in paying into all through the years. She's not gonna get nobody's gonna get it. The state of New Mexico is going to keep the money. Why? Because simple form that required. His name. And his designated beneficiary either was never filled out or no one can find. And so the state shrugged shoulders and said, you're not gonna get any money. The worst part is as widow Libby has MS needs care and is having to sell her home and move in with their parents because without the pension. She's flat out of luck. Wherever you work, if you have benefits attached to it, whatever it is you get life insurance where you work, you may be lucky enough to work at a place that has a pension or any type of insurance products. You gotta make sure that the paperwork has probably been completed. So the your intended beneficiary will receive that money in many of these cases with employer plans, what you've put in your will doesn't matter. It has to be done by beneficiary designation. Another thing you always want to have a copy of your paperwork that you've done with your employer because if you don't have that paperwork done and have the additional step of documentation proving you've done the paperwork. You're survivors may being left high and dry. Imagine. Passing away feeling at least at peace that your wife will be okay. And then it turns out she's not and she's financially ruined. Because of one signature on one four. So you get those things once a year typically from an employer. You wanna make sure you fell him out fill them outright. And always have a copy..
"new mexico state university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This is ninety six point is an important heads up for you. If you have benefits through a place, you work the paperwork that seems so obscure sometimes can trip up the best of intentions, and I to tell you a story I read in the local newspaper in last Cruces. New Mexico is about a guy who died suddenly who is a professor at New Mexico state university. So when he died, he he thought his wife was going to be in great shape. You know, they talked about everything he had and all that. And then she contacted the university about receiving pension. Well, the pension he'd paid participated in paying into all through the years. She's not going to get nobody's going to get it. The state of New Mexico is going to keep the money why? Because as simple form that required. His name. And his designated beneficiary either was never filled out or no one can find. And so the state shrugged shoulders and said, you're not going to get any money. The worst part is as widow Libby has MS needs care and is having to sell her home and move in with their parents without the pension. She's flat out of luck. Wherever you work, if you have benefits attached to it, whatever it is you get life insurance where you work. You may be you're lucky enough to work at a place that has a pension or any type of insurance products. You gotta make sure that the paperwork has properly been completed. So the urine tended beneficiary will receive that money in many of these cases with employer plans what you put in your will doesn't matter. It has to be done by beneficiary designation. Another thing you always want to have a copy of your paperwork that you've done with your employer because if you don't have that paperwork done and have the additional step of documentation proving you've done the paperwork. You're survivors may be left high and dry. Imagine. Passing away. Feeling least at peace. They your wife will be okay. And then it turns out she's not and she's financially ruined. Because of one signature on.