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"northwood" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

02:44 min | Last month

"northwood" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"I want to talk to you about spot that can really help you in the business world in the years ahead and that is Northwood university up in Midland we broadcast in there every year we love doing the the other show that is put on by the young people who are studying business and looking for that head start in their careers and they get it at Northwood because north would take students inputs right into their majors from day one focuses on that and and you're surrounded by other people who get the same ideas they want to move ahead in life and in business you know it's a global economy now but it takes some real specialties to to understand what it means for global economy means in in each one of the foreign countries that we deal with this trade partners here in the United States the teachers that at Northwood university McNair center is just outstanding in teaching graduate students at and the undergraduate degree you'll get in business at north what is going to help you find that first job and get you on your way as well Northwood is the spot to go this is where they have connections with alarms who have graduated into the real world just like you're going to Sunday they are now some of the business leaders in our community and they come back they stay in touch with the students at Northwood and help them out you'll have connections with these kinds of people you to meet them and it's going to give you a head start you know you always hear that what you know it's who you know on some cases really ends and Northwood can help you overcome that they give you both what you know and who you know okay north what is a spot if you're a business major or want to get into that field as a business to the community in general north what's the place to go to learn how they can give you all the tricks and they're not really tricks without giving the education you need to to make sure that you can set your career off on their.

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"northwood" Discussed on Commons

Commons

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"northwood" Discussed on Commons

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ship happen all right you know it takes so much to succeed in business today and you need to be a critical thinker most of all you got to know how to take those calculated risks and no one to find and capitalize on opportunities that you have to recognize out there what's become a global market place it's not easy but you know what at Northwood university it's what they prepare you to do north was an all business schools so if you're looking to begin your education in the business world or you're looking to extend it to get a secondary degree you get into your major classes from day one at north with their taught by professors with real world experience they come from the business world most importantly Northwood teaches you how to think like an entrepreneur and that is becoming increasingly important what do you want to run your own business rise up in a corporation Northwood also has close ties to the corporate community and an active alumni network the grads work all over the world for some of the most successful companies on the planet companies like Amazon Facebook MillerCoors at Northwood you're surrounded by go getters in Overachievers they're just like you they want to excel in business and in life so where is your true north can lead you will find out you're gonna love visiting their website do it today Northwood dot EDU the Frank Batman show news talk seven sixty WJR that story I was just reading about England and what they're teaching in the schools.

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Turkish forces capture Syrian border town.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:02 min | 10 months ago

Turkish forces capture Syrian border town.

"Coming up on five minute news Turkish forces say they've captured key Syrian border town Kevin McLean and resigns as acting US Homeland Security Secretary Turkish troops and allied Syrian opposition fighters have made gains recently capturing several northern villages in fighting and bombardment that left dozens of people aw at least twenty miles from the Border Kevin McLean and the acting detain October twelve. I'm Anthony Davis ED coming down for the fourth consecutive month the lack of crisis is dissuading members of Congress to act and compromise the president appointing today a source familiar with McClellan's thinking said the acting secretary felt he had accomplish all he could given the political realities of today specifically the two people familiar with the inquiry the investigators are examining Mr Giuliani's efforts to undermine the American ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich she was and approach of the department in an increasingly polarized time that's uncomfortable as the accountable senior figure meanwhile federal process cutest in Manhattan are investigating whether Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani broke lobbying laws in his dealings in Ukraine according which called on Turkey to cease its military operations the Turkish president said yesterday that Turkey won't stop until the Syrian Kurdish forces withdraw military said captured a key Syrian border town under heavy bombardment today in its most significant gains since an offensive against Kurdish fighters victory of homeland security since April and the fourth person to serve in that post since the trump presidency began submitted his resignation to the White House yes trump pulled US forces out of the area making Turkeys air and ground offensive possible and said he wanted to stop getting involved with endless walls all killed or wounded the invasion has also forced nearly one hundred thousand people to flee their homes amid concerns that is might take advantage of the chaos and try to rise again after its defeat in Syria earlier this year the Turkish offensive was widely criticized by Syria and some Western countries unlikelihood that any legislative deal on immigration will happen in an election year moreover with the numbers of undocumented immigrants apprehended or turned away at the board in who trump never formally nominated for the cabinet position said while he controls his department what I don't have control over is the tone the message the public face recalled in the spring as part of Mr Trump's broad a campaign to pressure Ukraine into helping his political prospects the investigation into Mr Juliet Gal four days ago with no sign of relenting despite mounting international criticism the continued push Turkey into Syria comes days after Donald Liners to leadership positions in his department hasn't made his job any easier in an interview with the Washington Post published on the first of October McLean Alito contributions to a congressman WHO's helped they sought in removing miss you Vanna Vich Johnny is tied to the case against two of his associates who were arrested this week on campaign finance related charges the associates with today charged with funneling I in six decades made landfall and passed over the capitol streets nearby beaches and train stations were long deserted store shelves a heavy downpour and strong winds pounded Tokyo and surrounding areas today as a powerful typhoon forecast Japan's you and surrounding areas including good mom Saitama and Kanagawa and later expanded the area to include Fukushima and Miozzi to the north a coastal earthquake has also rattled the area Haggi base which means speed in Filipino was advancing North Westwood with maximum sustained wins of nine hundred miles per hour according to the Meteorological Agency it was traveling Northwood at a speed of twenty five miles an hour. It reached Kawasaki Swoboda after people stocked up on water and food ahead of Typhoon Hag abyss the Japan Meteorological Agency warned of dangerously heavy rainfall in Tokyo quake shook the area drenched by the rainfall shortly before the typhoon made landfall in Shizuoka but there was no immediate reports of damage the US a western part of Greater Tokyo headed to Sa- Kuba city to the north about an hour later before it was expected to swerve toward the sea the agency said as an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful world

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"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"There are two parts to this theory. The first states that the CIA played a part in Kennedy's assassination because they believe that he wasn't capable of dealing with Castro. The second is that the CIA used Kennedy's death as an extension of operation north woods, blaming Cuba for the assassination as an excuse to go to war. Let's start with part one. The JFK assassination has spurred countless conspiracy theories some of which we covered in our previous episode on. Kennedy's assassination for purposes today will focus on the details that pertain to possible CIA involvement. We already know the official story. John F Kennedy was assassinated on November twenty second nineteen sixty three by Lee Harvey Oswald, unknown communist Oswald was taken into custody the next day, and he himself was killed by nightclub owner Jack ruby while in police custody on November twenty fourth ruby claimed that he killed Oswald in retaliation for Kennedy's death. But many theorist found the timing suspicious. Oswald was dead before anyone could question him about the assassination or connect him to any other people who might have been aware of the plot. Because of this conspiracy theorists have deduced that Oswald death was a cover up and that there were larger forces at play. This is a specially compelling considering ause Wald's motive or lack thereof. Dr Paul Craig Roberts of. Former assistant secretary of the treasury for economic policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal believe that Oswald was hired by the CIA in a joint conspiracy between their organization the joint chiefs of staff in the secret service Roberts theory stems from the fact that Kennedy butted heads with these other groups during the bay of pigs operation and refuse to allow a stronger military presence in Cuba. Then when the CIA presented a plan to take Castro out once and for all operation, northwards Kennedy rejected the project immediately. According to Roberts. The final nail in the coffin came in June of nineteen sixty three when Kennedy gave a commencement speech at American University that touched on a hope for world peace. He even asked the graduating students to reexamine their attitude towards the Soviet Union. It appeared his already, Luke. Quart stance on communism was weakening. Listeners do friendly position towards the Soviet Union was drastically different from how Kennedy had covered in the previous two years drastic enough that it could even warrant the necessity of killing the president in the interest of national security at the time, the CIA and the American government in general was still very concerned about the threat of communism. Some government operatives already believed that Kennedy's lack of decisive action was what led to the Cuban missile crisis. This commencement speech. Would have only contributed to the CIA as long standing view on Kennedy that he couldn't be relied upon to make difficult choices when it came down to it. There may have been another compelling incentive for killing Kennedy operation northwards outlined several ways to incite national outrage towards Cuba and inspire a full-scale military, invasion, some of which included a mirror. Taken casualties. The same operatives who came up with northwards may have been inspired to use Kennedy's death in the same manner. This actually did end up happening in the aftermath of Kennedy's assassination. Many people including members of the CIA believed that Fidel Castro was behind Kennedy's death. Lee Harvey Oswald was a known communist sympathizer, and according to some sources had hoped Kennedy's assassination would endear him to the Castro regime. In addition Oswald had paid a visit to both the Soviet and Cuban embassies in Mexico City. Just a few months before JFK's assassination. It's possible that the CIA chose Oswald as their Patsy because of the clear connection he had to Cuba the connections between Oswald and Cuba didn't escape the notice of the US intelligence community on the evening of the assassination. FBI director Hoover allegedly told Robert Kennedy that Oswald had made several trips to Cuba..

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"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The bay of pigs was a grave military failure. That embarrassed the Kennedy administration and led to escalated tensions between Cuba and the United States. It also led to strife between Kennedy and the CIA operatives that plan the mission Allen Dulles and Richard Bisa were asked to hand in their resignations in Kennedy started to distrust the information that he received from the agency looking back. It was clear that the invasion plan had many errors the idea that fifteen hundred invaders could land undetected on Cuban soil, raise a rebellion and overthrow a dictatorship seems completely outlandish. But hindsight is always twenty twenty. The question is was the probable failure as obvious to the CIA at the time as it is to us. Now, the experience the I A operatives spent years designed the play. Dan, which is why son conspiracy theorists believe it's more likely that it was never meant to work in the first place. Instead the final plan was designed with just enough flaws to embarrass Kennedy the CIA hope that by doing. So they would force Kennedy to refocus his efforts on overthrowing Castro by any means necessary. But there is another explanation for what happened after the invasion failed Richard Bisset and the CIA operatives overseeing the invasion made a startling admission. They believed that despite Kennedy's assurances to the contrary. The White House would agree to send military forces to Cuba. Once it was clear that the planned invasion was failing. So that sales that deal the new the mission would fail, and they went ahead with it. Anyway. But this doesn't mean that Bisset didn't intend to sabotage the mission. It sounds like he still hoped the bay of pigs invasion. Asian could be a success. He just knew it might require military forces. Kennedy hadn't yet agreed to. Still the fact that CIA operatives new the plan was bound to fail and didn't make any moves to stop. It raises suspicions at the very least. I have to guess they were harboring some resentment against Kennedy for his lack of commitment to the mission. And they went along with his ill advised orders out of spite or bitterness overall. I'd read this theory as seven out of ten while the CIA may have known the mission was doomed to fail. It remains to be seen whether it was deliberately sabotaged or if the CIA operatives were simply powerless to protest against the president's orders. It seems just as likely that the invasion fell apart on accident because Kennedy and the CIA weren't able to get on the same page about their goals. I'll give it a nine out of ten for one reason our conspiracy theory states that the CIA sabotage the mission to force Kennedy into a more aggressive. Military invasion. Whether the disaster was planned or coincidental. The CIA was banking on the fact that if or when the invasion failed Kennedy would agree to send in military reinforcements..

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"Weather center. Couple of cold fronts lined up to cruise in from the west here in the motor city and bringing some wind energy across the area and winds gusting at times to twenty miles per hour. Plus here today are highs near fifty one degrees. Low tonight thirty six tomorrow, mostly cloudy, forty four and could see some cold rain tomorrow night early Friday morning, thirty six. Degrees. From the Weather Channel, I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. Loose talk seven sixty WJR. I wanna talk to you. About making it the business world, you gotta do things to to succeed. Now, your dream of having that success. No doubt about that. But you need more than dreams to make things happen. How do you become a door while you start by going to a school like Northwood University young lady named Lauren grew ski did that said the environment at northwood fostered an atmosphere where she could apply the concept. She was learning right away today. Lauren's a client partner at Facebook. And she credits. Northwood forgiving her the edge in her career, the professors at northwood come to the industries, they teach Lawrence's that means they have a passion for seeing the students succeed you set up to win by having classes designed to be collaborative and inclusive. She says Lauren was able to apply her marketing skills to internship experiences starting her freshman year, if you want to succeed in business, it makes sense to go to business school, especially where the professors like at northwood come from the business world, you get into your major from. Day one. You get hands on experience that you'll need to land that first job or to grow your career. So where's your true north gonna lead? You Northwood University. We would hope learn more at northwood dot EDU..

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"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"On January third nineteen sixty one Eisenhower's government officially broke diplomatic relations with Cuba, one of the outgoing administrations last acts several days later on January nineteenth president-elect Kennedy met with Eisenhower to discuss the Cuban operation. Eisenhower updated Kennedy on the progress of the invasion plan and endorsed it as the best chance for the United States to top Castro's government. A record of the meeting reads. As follows quote, Senator Kennedy asked the president's judgment as to the United States supporting the guerrilla operation in Cuba. Even if this support involves the United States publicly the president replied, yes, as we cannot let the present government there. Go on the next day. Kennedy was sworn into office and tasked with getting rid of Castro once and for all as soon as. Kennedy took over the plan to invade Cuba different opinions began to emerge regarding how best to execute the operation the CIA pushed for the Cuban exiles to mount their attack from Guatemala. They hope that even if the exiles weren't immediately successful in kick starting revolution. They could hide out in the mountains for long enough to stoke a full on civil war in Cuba. If there was already an ongoing conflict in Cuba. The United States could justify bringing in their own military forces to help the island find peace the State Department. However was less enthusiastic about the plan. They were concerned that American involvement in the initial invasion would be much more difficult to disguise than the CIA hoped. And they believe the political consequences of meddling in Cuban affairs, would far outweigh the benefits of unseating Castro. For his part, president Kennedy consistently pushed for alternatives to an outright invasion in February of nineteen sixty one. He asked for an examination of all possible options that were more moderate than an armed conflict. But the CIA advisors on the project remained adamant, Richard missile, the CIA as deputy director of plans believe that an invasion led by Cuban exiles would be the US government's last chance to bring down Castro without overt military intervention. Busily had always been an advocate for a strong handed response against Castro. Several months prior he tried to execute several assassination attempts on the communist leader, believing that this was one of the most effective ways in which they could topple the regime as the operation progressed. Kennedy continued to push back fearing the fallout if the US's involvement was leaked. A month before the planned invasion. Kennedy prompted the US joint chiefs of staff to switch the location from the old colonial city of Trinidad to the bay of pigs where the mechanics of the operation would be easier to hide this brought about its own problems. Trinidad was a firmly anti-castro town with mountains nearby where the invading party could seek shelter. If necessary the bay of pigs offered no natural defenses in the population was decidedly pro Castro, but with the location change made Kennedy was on board to proceed with the operation..

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"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"To prove that the dictators power grab was against the Cuban constitution. But the courts refused to listen to Castro's case by the end of nineteen fifty to his new goal became clear, if there was no way to oust Batista would legal maneuvering and Castro would have to do it with force. With the help of his brother Raoul. Fidel Castro's started gathering followers to join his so-called movement. Their first target was the Mon Cada military barracks. The second largest military garrison on the island on July twenty six nineteen fifty three Fidel Raoul and one hundred sixty of their followers mounted their attack. Their mission was simple. Take control of the barracks. Send out a message via the basis advanced audio equipment and rally the Cuban people an army to rise against the Tarango, Batista. The rebel set out at dawn on the twenty sixth in high spirits, but reality soon became apparent. They were outnumbered and outgunned and their attack. Was quickly squashed by the Cuban military. Both Castro brothers were taken into custody. The July twenty six attack may not have been successful. But it became a highly symbolic moment in Cuban history. It was the first open organized attack against Batista and was retroactively seen as the beginning of the Cuban revolution Castro later, named his group of followers the twenty sixth of July movement. In nineteen fifty three. The United States was already taking drastic measures to defeat the ever spreading reach of communism. Both at home and abroad to give a sense of the political atmosphere. Just one month before Castro's ill-fated attack to controversial executions were carried out in America's ongoing war against communism. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg the Rosenbergs were charged with infiltrating the Manhattan project where the United States was developing the first atomic bomb and passing information along to the Soviet Union at their trial US, attorney Irving sable remarked in his opening statement, quote, the evidence will show that the loyalty and alliance of the Rosenbergs were not to our country. But that it was to communism communism in this country and communism throughout the world and quote, both Rosenberg. Bergs were convicted and receive the death penalty. Couple sentence was carried out on June nineteenth nineteen Fifty-three. It's no surprise. Then that the US government would react with similar hawkish nece. When a communist movement started taking control of country, less than one hundred miles from the coast of Florida..

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"Love Tanya, some of the success stories of the students at Northwood University school that that has been very close to our hearts for a long long time here on the Frank Beckmann show. We've been focusing recently on a fashion marketing and management junior by the name of Zoe Bagley. She loves fashion, and she chose Northwood University is beebee a MBA program. Now Zoe's going to complete her bachelor's degree in just three years fourth year. She's going to become student at north woods DeVos graduate school of management and earn her MBA in twelve months. I think about that two degrees in four years. Most college students taking prerequisites and choosing elects nerves when they first get the school was only took fashion classes starting in her first semester. Freshman year that qualified her for internships with the help of north woods career advancement center, which is a lifetime perk for northwood students and alumni Zoe crafted a resume that just turned heads. And it got Zoe a coveted summer internship in the home of fashion, the heart of it Manhattan in New York upon returning to campus Zoe's been working hard to plan north woods completely student run runway show, but the experiences she gained through north woods, unparalleled network of industry professionals Zoe is gonna make her Mark on the world of fashion. Zoe Bagley her true north led her to Northwood University. Where's your true north to lead? You learn more at northwood dot EDU. The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. Yes, Chris that is where my doctorate is from. I'm.

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"WJR. You know, I just love these stories that Northwood University has his telling as part of their advertising campaign, it goes into some detail about individ-. Jewel students who are succeeding at northwood. And I think it's a great example for anyone who's considering going to northwood to build a career in business. The current focus has been marketing and management junior Zoe Baghlan who loves fashion pick. Northwood university's BB a MBA program Zoe's going to complete her bachelor's degree in just three years or fourth year should become a student at north woods DeVos graduate school of management and earner MBA in twelve months. That's two degrees in four years while most college students are taking prerequisites and choosing electives Zoe took fashion classes since her first semester. Freshman year that qualified her for internships with the help of north woods career advancement centered which is a lifetime perk for northwood students and alumni, she crafted a resume that just turned heads, it netted Zoe a coveted summer, internship in Manhattan in New York. Upon returning to campus Zoe's been working hard to plan north woods. Completely student run runway show with the experiences. Gained through north woods, unparalleled network of industry professionals Zoe is gonna make her Mark in the world of fashion, Zoe bag liens true north led her to Northwood University. Where's your true north of the lead? You learn more at northwood. If you're looking for a quick holiday gift idea, why not give hours of winter reading fun to a loved one a book with ingenious twists and turns and plenty of Michigan. References revenge is justified by Michigan author, Tom. Lawlor revenge is justified plot concerns itself with bullying the ultimate bullying, a mob boss who calls for a hit on one man. But mistakenly kills the man's wife and his best friend's husband. But what goes around comes around as the two survivors make it. They're lifelong mission to get back at the man who ordered the hit. They do it in an unconventional way. And surprisingly a non-violent one. They attempt to infiltrate the mob bosses drug smuggling operation to drain his Bank account said his illegally obtained fortune. What happens next is the backdrop for this funding. Compelling read this book could very well. Be the gift idea you're looking for the name of the book. Again, is revenge is justified written by Tom Lawlor JAT town, the title and find it on Amazon dot com. Revenge is justified by Michigan author, Tom Lawlor. The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. All right. News coming up with dick Haefner..

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"Strikes me that a junior at Northwood University names Bagley ins getting an awful lot of exposure here on the shoulder. Lately. And well, she should she's a fashion marketing and management junior and Zoe loves fashion. She chose northwood for the BBC an MBA program Zoe will complete her bachelor's degree in just three years. And then her fourth year should become a student at north woods DeVos graduate school of management and earn her MBA in just twelve months. That's two degrees in four years while most college students are taking prerequisites and choosing electives Zoe was taking fashion classes from her first semester during freshman year that qualified her for internships, and then northwards career advancement center helped out to that's a lifetime perk for northwood students at alumni Zoe crafted, a resume the turned heads and got her a coveted summer, internship in Manhattan, New York upon returning to campus Zoe's been working hard to plan northwards completely student run auto show the runway show, I should say that the other show the experience, she she. She gained during northwards, unparalleled network of industry professionals Zoe is gonna make her Mark on the world of fashion with that Zoe Baghlan her true north led her to Northwood University. Where's your true north gonna lead? You learn more at northwood. If you're looking for a quick holiday gift idea, why not give hours of winter reading to a loved one a book with ingenious twists and turns and plenty of Michigan. References revenge is justified by Michigan author, Tom. Lawlor revenge is justified plot concerns itself with bullying the ultimate bullying, a mob boss who calls for a hit on one man. But mistakenly kills the man's wife and his best friend's husband. But what goes around comes around as the two survivors make it. They're lifelong mission to get back at the man who ordered the hit. They do it in an unconventional way. And surprisingly a nonviolent one. They attempt to infiltrate the mob bosses drug smuggling operation to drain. His Bank accounts said is illegally obtained fortune. What happens next is the backdrop for this fun. And then compelling read this book could very well be the gift idea you're looking for the name of.

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To fight sexually transmitted diseases, Montgomery Co. offers condoms in some high school clinics

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

To fight sexually transmitted diseases, Montgomery Co. offers condoms in some high school clinics

"When students in Montgomery County, walk into class for the. First time Don't have their notepads pens and condoms The public school system decided to provide condoms at four high schools Gaithersburg northwood Watkins mills and Wheaton some council members want to make them available to all. Twenty five of the county's high. Schools and some get this John some even want to put condoms In. Forty middle schools in the district They're experiencing in that area the highest levels of sexually transmitted infections in ten

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"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"northwood" Discussed on WJR 760

"Favorite people admit Michigan but at the top of the, list or a couple of doctors at Northwood University the president of northwood Dr Keith pretty on the other end. Of our, line. Duct, pretty good morning to you good morning Dr Frank we sure. Appreciate, the opportunity. To be. With you this morning well thank you appreciate that and senior vice president director of the McNair center for. The advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship at northwood you've. Heard, him on our show many, times before. Dr Tim. Nash back with us again Dr Nash good morning My honor sir. Log, ashes to you my friend, long ashes. To you Ingredients to you thank you very. Much I appreciate that it's good to have you both. On the show, you've got a big weekend. Coming up at bay harbor this Saturday is is your annual economic symposium let's start with Dr pretty. On, on this and we'll be gathered there and the purpose of it, well the purpose of it is to share the philosophy. Of Northwood University our belief in free markets and free enterprise and entrepreneurship this is the twelfth year that. We've put this symposium on at at bay harbor in north west Michigan it's obviously a time of the year when when a lot of, our friends of the university, are up in that corner of the state enjoying our great natural resources and it's. An opportunity, for them to hear from from esteems professionals throughout the years last year we had former congressman Dave camp, talking, on his thoughts on. What tax, reform might look like And it was amazing to. Me how everything being said. At that event came. True later that. Fall and so this year we we have our. Attorney general the state of Michigan Bill Schutte and Bill. Is is is going to talk about the. Economic of Michigan something that he obviously has a great interest in I would say so as if. He, is elected governor that that'll be number one on his list economic, future of Michigan but it sort of dovetails into something. Else that the doctor Nashes involved in and and that's the economic outlook for the state in the chamber. Study the Michigan chamber study which will be coming out officially at the end of September but you have your monthly economic outlook that has, been released and it's I, gotta tell you I read through it Dr nationally it's looking pretty good yeah I. Have to tell you the the US and the Michigan economy are literally firing on all cylinders the USC Economy has a very strong GDP growth if you look at the last four. Quarters it's over three percent, we're getting back to the. Strong average growth that we have, in the post World, War Two era in the US in Michigan Michigan, was in the top twenty in terms of GDP, growth last year in the top six in per capita GDP growth west you're a across the country, state by state and, so when you're looking at the Michigan economy there are a lot of very bright to go along with the US economy as we see these numbers those of us who, don't do this for a living like Docker nationally we hear. About economic growth over four percent and GDP growth being that high and, the second half of, two thousand seventeen seeing it grow. At three percent put. These, numbers in perspective for me well when we hear these numbers what do they actually mean in layman's. Terms well If you if you look at it Frank for Michigan is you and I've talked before the first decade of. The twenty first century many referred to as the lost decade and if you if you look at GDP growth, from two thousand, and two to two thousand ten Michigan average. Negative one percent growth we had literally lawn net, fifty thousand people and the the economy of the state of Michigan turned around. And is moving in a, dramatically improved position if you look at the national economy from the end. Of World War Two to the late two thousand nine the US economy average three point two five percent GDP growth from two thousand nine to two thousand. And sixteen we have just over one. Point, nine percent growth so we're, moving in the right direction both statewide and? Nationally And when you think about that four point one percent the last quarter over three percent for the. Last year and you compare that to an average of one point nine percent for the previous eight years what, we're saying is we are creating dramatically, more jobs better jobs companies are much more profitable and that's good not. Just for wages and bonuses certainly, over the long. Term but it's a lot of people, forget about this Frank It's so important for pension funds an. IRA when you think about how well the stock market, has done, the Dow Jones industrial average, was up almost, twenty four percent last year I, a little slower this year, but it's an annual page right now over five percent And Dr pretty these are. Things, that. Are discussed quite regularly in the classrooms at northwood as well and and they vote well for those who are studying at your various campuses, for for the future and, and the creation of new businesses and go out in the. Market and seek jobs right well. Absolutely Franken mean we have a a. Small percentage of our students that are studying true economics under Dr Nash and are going to become economists. And they're very excellent students but all of our students are going to be business leaders they're going to be running businesses they're going to create their own businesses they need to know and understand the macro trends drive the economy and win invest how to invest effectively and and this kind of information is regularly shared in our classroom that actually the purpose of the. McNair center. Is share economic data with our, students and to have them see the direct relationship between Economic growth and entrepreneurship all right a quick break here in our symposium on economics on the Frank Beckmann show with doctors Keith pretty Tim Nash from northwood and then we'll continue in a moment Message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country? Might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were, a business, degree,.

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"Cooler continue through this friday with some sun this afternoon a high seventy nine is wind gusts in from the north at times tonight clear the low fifty seven and expect a sunny weekend with highs in the low to mid eighties from the weather channel i'm meteorologist jeff marr on newstalk seven sixty wjr mark you're going one other thing marc either you better keep that mouth mar mike closed sorry was freudian wasn't it i was just gonna say that you're gonna miss me when i'm gone next week on vacation against another vacation i've only got a few more left i didn't take any this spring i usually take during the winter and spring and i didn't this year rarely hear i'm rarely gone i'm always here i love coming into this building here all the time well you here right now he comes in on saturdays and sundays and you just can never tell you just you don't see me all the time like the phantom of the opera short of disfigured creature living underground popping up occasionally yeah and about to really hard to you so get ready businesses today put a real high premium on people who can approach their work with an entrepreneurial mindset you gotta be able to think around corners and outside the box knowing to take calculated risks and find opportunity within ambiguity you can do those sorts of things you are a whole lot more likely to succeed whether you are running your own company or working for somebody else but where do you get that kind of dacian northwood university north woods all business curriculum is taught by faculty with real world experience and the environment you'll be immersed in feels less like a classroom and more like the kind of dynamic work environment that northwood graduates thrive in at northwood students are encouraged to build their true north define success on their terms and follow that internal compass that's going to guide them and feel their success in the real world best of all those would produce his real results measurable nearly every northwards graduates is employed upon graduation and a third go on to own all or part.

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"Dot com i'm mark mitchell wgn traffic and weather first on the fives from the jr weather center not much rain but then he showers that do come in we'll come in south southeast and move north northeast considerably cloudy through midday temperatures struggling to get out of the mid fifties might get the fifty seven with showers threatening this afternoon showers tonight tomorrow cloudy fifty two with the north west breeze from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr no businesses today place a real high premium on people who can approach their work with that entrepreneurial mindset thinking around corners outside the box knowing when to take those calculated risks looking at confusing business situations and saying hey there's an opportunity for us to make a significant success out of this you can do those sorts of things whether you're running your own company or working for somebody else you are much more likely to succeed but you need a foundation for that i and northwood university can give it to you northwood has an all business curriculum that is taught by faculty or successes in the real world and that experience really pays off because the environment at the school feels a lot less like a classroom and more like a dynamic workplace and northwards graduates do so well in that at northwood they encourage you to follow your true north defined success on your terms and follow your internal compass because that's what's going to guide you and feel your success when you're out there in the real world northwood produces results nearly every one of north with graduates is employed upon graduation and a third go on to own all or part of a business so where's your true north gonna lead you while start by visiting northwood dot edu today no.

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"The mid thirty's by afternoon from the weather channel i'm ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr right now we've got forty seven degrees you know businesses today place a high premium on people who approached their work with an entrepreneurial mindset if you can think around corners as they say that means outside of the box you know one to take calculated risks you know how to find opportunity when it seems there's only ambiguity all around you will you're much more likely to succeed whether you're running your own company and working for somebody else where do you detect had a foundational northwood university that's where north woods all business curriculum is taught by faculty with real world experience had the environment in which you'll be immersed feels a lot more like a dynamic workplace than a classroom both what graduates thrive in this kind of environment at northwood urine courage to follow your true nor the defied success on your terms following your internal cup as the guide you and fuels your success best of all northwood produces results nearly all northwood graduates are employed upon graduation and a third go on to own all or part of their own business so where will your true north lead you will start by visiting northwood dot edu today it's called an versailles now there in the american role in the scarlett so what's the it at bay no no lina hand them marathon fueling the american spirit coming this fall the jeep grand cherokee charity and renegade this mind that was a captivating ensemble quitting to calling the g when a gate inspire with you the position with up to thirty one miles per gallon my fourwheeler magazine escorting the jeep cherokee.

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"That that was uh northwood university present keith pretty used to be a tight in for the green bay packers under diane divine and other packers yet out of western michigan with michigan so so at northwood is is a gem that people in midlander proud of it beacon of free enterprise and free markets that uh carries that message all across the country and we got a former green bay packers the president's i don't i could be any better off now grant williams your son letsie was alayan who ls also true in your son griffin graduated with the the highest honour that a student can receive i understand the turner award your he did in two thousand sixteen uh you know we came up for the convocation and that we knew he was receiving another award and then heath a joked with griffin a little earlier in the evening about his placement on the isle unspin known to us that he would be receiving that awards so it was a fabulous surprise and we were honoured for him to have that so what you do enough he is working for our family company now down in plymouth michigan which is the power process piping yet aggressor good i want to get your free commercial in there you deserve it for what you're doing and in helping to cheer the gala you're going to grant we've enjoyed it very much it's really wonderful to a great another great example of how the teach more than just business gilles up here they teach responsibility s service to others others just so much goes into the education for students at northwood we talk about it all the time in the air commercials for them but it's so need to come up here and see it in person if not had the chance to experience the show in walked down the sidewalks and see all of the cars it is amazing and the spirit that these kids in the amount of time and effort that they put into it to make it successful a huge part of their education but makes a huge success for and you know want after she and several of four hundred plus worse powered cars i understand why they don't.

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