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"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I <hes> i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly <hes>. But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like <hes>. It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle <hes>. Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of <hes>. Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. <hes> just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on the growth cycle as us to change that statement to get dis. But i'm actually a student which creates more curiosity and motivation and confidence and planning so the vicious cycle can actually become virtuous one when we as leaders make that happen when teachers says you're a student we both know that. Let's see how we can start showing that here and then noting incremental progress

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Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on the growth cycle as us to change that statement to get dis. But i'm actually a student which creates more curiosity and motivation and confidence and planning so the vicious cycle can actually become virtuous one when we as leaders make that happen when teachers says you're a student we both know that. Let's see how we can start showing that here and then noting incremental progress

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"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I <hes> i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly <hes>. But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like <hes>. It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle <hes>. Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of <hes>. Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. <hes> just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on

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Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:48 min | 3 months ago

Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on

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"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility..

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"rise institute" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

07:43 min | 8 months ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"For In particular course there was a situation with older cousin who whose name we change in the book. Remember what name I changed it to, but. For All intents and purposes would just call him. Peter Right now which may be Peter in a book. How remember but at an older cousin who was seventeen and I was twelve and. Molestation happened and. It's one of those things where it was like. How do I like? and He's dead now is dead. So was like I can't get justice from like a dead person. I can't get accountability from a person right so there was no need for me to. Vilnai's him like what lag it from? And what do I give from trying to punish him in the afterlife? The only thing I can do now is tell our story because it is our story our story. And Justice has to look like preventing someone else from going through. And Justice has to look like teaching. Others that win, you win queered person light. My cousin is harmed in many ways that my cousin head face harm they or a person, just a general harm they at times. Repeat that violence against someone else. Right, though I feel I felt like there was no. The world already doesn't give people. I have no. To participate in ANTIBAC- news that the world already. The world already has against us. And so I decided to write the story truthful. Take just a step further in what he looks like because I still existed with after. And? It wasn't for a while that I even processed it as something. That wasn't okay. as someone who was a twelve role going through an identity crisis. It is hard to juxtapose the fact of like knowing something is wrong. Knowing someone is manipulating situation verses your body, saying this feels. Like this feels right, because by body is attracted to. Someone else. That is male, and at that time it was like your body was reacting. Even, though your mind was like, this is now K.. Your body was saying, but it feels right. And so those types of feelings sometimes get hard to like. Figure out and your child, so you're literally like trying to figure it out and I remember before deciding to write that chapter dictator. My family was like I told my family. You know like I didn't have my. We'll get world. Surprises too. So I told them I think this is what happens in happened. All right. Make sure you tell you on oil raw. They was like. My blog at like we don't know which way ago, but what I remember Arkansas Am. That was what got into the space because he was like you gotta realize that your cousin was you like your cousin was feminine and we knew you know we knew about Julie. Black with your cousin didn't have. Like the love you have your mother and your cousin could get of this. Even though his father loved you and love Jim in his face. In that literally just like I can't even imagine what that would have felt like for for. Them to watch me beloved by his father, knowing where the same person in him not get that same type of love ever because of. and. It just made it all. Make sense for me right and you know it just was no need for me to bash him any worse than the world had already AAH. He was killed because of Homophobia. Is is on bothered in love on because of Homophobia. What what desire do I have to to tear him down? Even more than the world had already for him down, so the only thing I can do on that. We just love him and I think as black, folk. Abolition looks like it looks like love. Outside of what we're told, Love as looked like it looks like justice, not in the form of punishment, not just a carnival system, but of each other. And that's how I got there with with those very very tough moments of how I was harmed by people that I still love. Announced another book deal yesterday, and so they will be a lot more stories primarily, meanwhile, Russell Garrett immigrant mother on me, and my muscle didn't always had the best relationship by a lot of. Abuse balletic purposes there. But love Russell to death I. Really Do and there's nothing that anybody can do or say to me that will ever. Stop me from loving him and I talked to him and we have a great relationship. Now we have talked. About the abuse that he doesn't mean he accepted any knowledge. Is it and that's what the work looks like. I don't have to hate him because he got gets like he's. Might you know what I have an issue with my older brother? Abused tours me when the abuse is bell and activated our you and I had no right to do that. That's what that's the work we do as a family now the violence hatred in those days by empathy or even those situations. I long winded. Think, it's. Definitely come across in that particular chapter. Where just you're the honesty there was to me I didn't feel like there was not. There was no excuses being made. It was flat, flat honesty, but there was also a tenderness in understanding and a a love that was there that that to me. When we think about like you, said abolition, and you know when we think about ideas of restorative justice. Foundation of restorative justice has to be that kind of love where we are not only we century in healing the victim, but we also are trying to restore in he'll. The perpetrator and bring them out of that behavior in a way that is Beckham. Re acclimate them into a society into society into you know healthy relationships and I think if are we going to make mistakes in doing that absolutely? Yeah, we are GONNA. Make mistakes. We're not going to figure it out, but I think if we are like you said not trying to do on just punishment Shane punishment, saying because actually punishment is changing is the courts tenets of. Like what causes trauma and violence, and all that kind of stuff. So that, doesn't he'll? Repeat, what was done to you that probably force caused you to do what was done to me like it does does it again like there's no need for me to repeat the cycle of that cycle by, and he will tell you I am very forgiving. In the sense that like. We don't have to be what we once were, and we may never be friends, but I I will not only rising institute OLEA world's force people by Edison to some people really do. Like to carry that type of energy like I just don't and so I like to call things out when I see him. Address as an I'm also Even dating sometime. I may be way up in.

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"rise institute" Discussed on Lifecare Affordability Planning

Lifecare Affordability Planning

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Lifecare Affordability Planning

"We you see seek to educate and care and support those who have alzheimer's other forms of dementia their family members professionals and the greater community so so we do that in a number with throughout a number of different programs at insight. I like the fact that <hes> one of the things that we talk about memory support most people jump straight to like assisted living or daycares that are later stages but i love the fact that you guys focus on all the stages so early middle and late stage support for the families and the person with the diagnosis uses exactly there seems to be a big gap in the market of serving especially those early stage individuals right families couples making decisions about the future building a larger social networks extinct active so let's a lot of what we do at insight with our early stage programming and then of course having a dementia specific adult day center so a place are those with more moderate for it and late stage dementia can come for the day and be part of therapeutic programming and build a network of friends and <hes> just really have access to lots of services and also giving their their caregiver at home that break that they're really really need. I think it's interesting to explore this the space and somebody's lifetime of post diagnosis noces but pre need where where somebody gets you know a diagnosis that these symptoms of memory fail and whatnot the might significantly impact an individual's ability to do for themselves the same way that they had before and there's a space and part of the reason that we wanted to start with with insight and lindsey in exploring this decision making with l. cap life care for ability plan is this chapter is sort of in people's lives sort of a neutral chapter where they're not forced to react to current needs and have circumstances make decisions for them like they might be after in injury or after a stroke or after a hospital stay where the decision making a lot of times is hijacked by healthcare circuits and immediate needs right and and like it or not you're getting discharged to rehab and the family you know whether you accept it or not still are going to have to come up with the twelve thousand dollar check after after medicare cuts off in the space with early stage dementia. I think that there's an opportunity with our podcast to explore some of the challenges ages of making decisions with all that uncertainty where it right after diagnosis. You don't know how long somebody is going to live. You're i'm not sure what kind of help they might need and you still have a lot of roles and responsibilities for the person in for the family undefined and that's that's really where i think the introduction of this concept of the share plan is so critical so lindsey please take an opportunity to talk a little bit about the share plan sort sort of the you know where it came from from an academic and research standpoint and introduce a little bit of how the share plan particularly in these early early stages where there's so much undefined is a framework where families can start putting together roles and responsibilities to better plan for their future you mention in this really important window of time after the diagnosis has been made but while that person is still early stage and capable of having <hes> very important discussions with their family members <hes> maybe is not being forced into making life changing decisions quite yet but knowing those things will come but when will they come which creates a lot of anxiety for families emily's and so this little window of time is really critical to start looking into resources including the share plan so the share plan is really meant for early stage families we call them share partners so that could be spouses it could be adult child with apparent <hes> to talk share partners over a series of meetings together to help them decide how they can live most fully in the present but then make some really <hes> informed decisions about the future so the share program is actually evidenced based program out of the benjamin rose institute in ohio <hes> and the research was done with funding from the national institute on aging <hes> very well respected program in in the community and insight was one of the first communities across the nation to implement the share program..

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"rise institute" Discussed on STEMSpeak

STEMSpeak

16:31 min | 1 year ago

"rise institute" Discussed on STEMSpeak

"Tranquility while michael collins orbited the moon in the command module fifty years on nasa is now preparing to go back to the moon with artemis mission on july twenty second twenty nine thousand nine the indian space research organisation launched its second lunar expedition gendron into to explore the south polar region of the moon in the wake of all these base missions the bay science enthusiast and a public engagement officer dr cloudy and rainy all the way from the roslin institute edinburgh scotland to talk to us about the nickname of space what initiated space research coach how it propels all our technology and material science fields what happens to the human body in space and more she also talks about her experience as a post doc fellow in physics and cosmology and how she transitioned into a career in communications this non klaudia welcome to the podcast so let's just begin with a brief introduction of your research background and what you do as high come officer now. It's a big pleasure for me need to be get to be a guest for the focus. I started my career in science way. The bachelor degree in physics in universtiy. Did you grow to regard that in italy then up to the master of science in astrophysics at the same university been hooked onto a p._h._d. In astronomy astrophysics in the international school for custody which is in detroit moses italy during that time i started it <hes> doing my own research. After my master signs had done a bit of research thesis so many topics of research have been strange stars and how to detect cosmic rays that might come from them so i found how manuals toss me ray say you can have this kind of stars some home and you get or you don't get maybe impose a knocker limit on how like the is is to observe <unk> optics so this was asser ceases project. Do we might be instead. I have done research about it. Costs me macro bat revelation just most ancient light that you can have your best and diskettes selected by the fact they unhappy alexy's out for me so this repetition lending act so you have is buried <unk> structure very massive structures that form in later stages of the universe and delight very light from because make micro background yes deflected so <hes> the mass of galaxy bend the light moment so serving the end is not exactly the original picture so to speak but it's it's something that has been slightly outed by destruction. Nation has been going on a more recent era right so i have done my p._h._d. On then i moved onto a postal in shanghai for food on university and also be saying the same time i i also have done fellowship ways day observatory unit. I have been a bit here and there have been around the wealth so index time again was constraining us stories recent histories opie pollution of the universe <hes> mhm then at the same time i was working on a card stabilisation theories on how this could affect the <hes> and the way that the cosby makarava may look like now duke is a work has been a main leon smaller t short yester- phys trying to look into a very very early or very late processes they are acting and how we can learn more folks stains using a coming missions to example the you could mission by he saw that is is is going to study own problems about structure formation petition lenzing so looking into the made rate universe so to speak right. That's kind of interesting. So what do you do now. I know you're not into active research right. Yes that is right after that experience. I not not because i didn't like researchers. I absolutely did but i also started to sink weather. I wanted to look into different directions in my life the way they i appreciate and treasure science as an activity non just for me up for as many people as possible run so i <music> decided to take another master's degree in space science and technology so attracts look more into two satellites <unk> operations <hes> space technology how that can support life on earth e to knock this human human spaceflight. Let's say also how are subscription aspect is awesome. Reduction can affect the flawed recognition <hes> so looking into a number of issues bats space technology can help address sick here on earth right. I graduated from in two thousand eighteen. We the ceases about using a <unk> space signs in public engagement so will specifically doing public engagement into topic of trauma speak science get people excited about science in general right and at the same time when <unk> hours ready working as a science communicator <hes> i decided that the next direction wanted to explore it might not my career will to try to make science accessible <hes> to try and make disturbed topic size technology engineering mathematics takes more appealing to a wider audience especially trying to empower people from all sorts of different babylon's to say that size is can be something for them that signs can be something that supports their daily life be a strong advocate as much as i can for the social role of science build signs has to be accountable <hes> exciting right so when you say public engagement with science science so do you do like a lot of events or talks or what kind of activities in my current role. I'm mostly invents. Okay events the iron planning. I also specifically designed for that. So <hes> i right now i live scotland so we are have big average program here at rose institute which is what i am unemployed so we go around at agricultural control events farmers and to tell them about the advances all research donald ross needs to which is mostly inaudible genetics so this has given meet a chance not just to explore topics in physics which is of course my background olson to learn about other things <hes> in biology especially genetics right now and to see how i can use my formation in my previous experience to convey topics that are not necessarily ryan mobile part in one in so being about getting these topics to to be exciting for other people and that sort of late between <unk> research that maybe is not as specialized right so would you say that your training as a p._h._d. Later as a postdoctoral fellow who helps you now assimilate all this information in different fields and kind of ask the important questions when you're kind of formulating some research into a more outreach kind of <hes> format or during my p._h._d. Eileen i have actively pursued opportunities to get trained in public engagement in science communication so that was definitely a certain amount of work worked at i have done in my in my study. I find that doing public engagement. Definitely you can make you a better scientists for sure. This is my not. Only you know it's not only why believe in is what i have experience in my in my personal life and this will i experience when i speak to researchers today. I tell i know will die because i have been in research and i also see when aware might to public engagement hats. I can see how there's a real benefit from doing public engagement as a researcher none of course society as a whole should be be reached by. It's not just scientists efforts. I dunno achievements of new technique or finding a cure for some disease also by the fact that by knowing more people can be more active citizens route so i thought that the two things have very strong connections <hes> sometimes some people research tend to get the message come across that public engagement is a fun thing to do which i personally item veto it because it's because i think it's really really important at because as i was saying before uh science scientists people should be held very much accountable by society because at the end today demanding that makes people people able to do that research mostly come from taxes and government so people should be definitely informed and being voted in how argonne <unk> roses works right so <hes> when you talk about public engagement of course you work in a university and you have a structured program that you walk up to that <hes> what are the other arenas in ritual engage in public engagement engagement engagement. That's yeah it's an awkward awkward. Phrase my personal projects off the my work life. I have been recently working waking on on nine course okay which will hopefully see the knife very very soon so have been recording few <hes> <hes> <unk> for lectures it was monitoring so i have tried to give more an angle old making it a date more breaking it down a little bit more clearly having fun with it so i was given this very exciting role of <hes>. I'm in my own introductions. Proposing more emissions at <unk> hasn't seen lie gets concentrate too much more but take scientific meeting really hope. I get to share more news about soon and also <hes>. I am pretty optimal on twitter. They share stories that exciting interesting or maybe talk about the history of science is stronger. I took space exploration ration- <unk> prospects that can make me or other people feel very very excited so this will attack do online online so to speak that a recent boom london anniversary the i also have been going around that participating participating <unk> events to let's say not only to celebrate this really important inspired inspired anniversary distinct about will outdoing now and where do we want to be next novel just where we want to be space thought. Where do we want to use this nana jet. How do we think that we can use it to make the world cobras as a whole so moving up space right okay perfect to give me a segue our topic of the day today so let's talk about about known london so it's just been a week since everybody and their grandmother talking about it. I think the woods like annoyed one step for a man and one step for the entire humanity. I might be watching it up really bad but it's something that stairs. That's what matters authors he hit the up so <hes> it wasn't important landmark in terms of history and also in science right it was somebody's dream and somebody made it happen and we're also much richer for it but the thing is nobody kind of looked at it for the next fifty. I know we do have projects aiming to go back to the moon so let's begin talking about the apollo eleven. What was the project. What inspired it to talk about. Corporate level is very important to remember the context in which will happen right so it was sixties in the space race was very active in nineteen fifty. Seven eruptions sent thirst a satellite sputnik one so that movement that wasn't just as one would hope a major achievement for human. I ain't but that was very precise. Political signal right back is soviet union wars they advanced and possibly you know not necessarily going to be a peaceful saying so there was a lot of tension in the world after world war two as to what could happen so when that non happen of course it was an extremely exciting exciting moment for scientists to lower the world right but also the united states of america up that like the heads up their game a bit and opted after that everyone started looking into their own space program starting to <unk> objects into space and that was spirited. You're the guy <unk> human space might so we are now sixty s still was not successful into in having human beings into space so the pressure was starting to get white stronger and then there was a very famous speech spy genius kelly u._s. was going to actively pursue an put people so the very patrick clear intention that was raised at the beginning of the success so at that point nasa had just been born right and it has this very very specific and extremely ambitious mission or the time not to get someone to go on a different body not to get them back safe and to that all day ecology inexpertise around it of course a number of things where the available baton baton already knew how to build a space suit that could last for ten days about effectively people were really trying to i.

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"LA county is millions of residents still the loss of more than thirteen thousand who decided enough is enough is enough to be concerned about they often left because the cost of living here way too high. Factor in the cost of living is the cost of housing ski was a longtime LA city councilman and LA county supervisor now at UCLA on the margins economically on the margins and can't afford to rent an apartment or buy a home or going to places where the cost is cheaper dissolution, of course, affordable housing, but that seems years away so more middle class families are likely to view LA in the rear view mirror. Charles Feldman, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Supporters of rent control foul paperwork to get a statewide measure on the ballot in twenty twenty -bility act has been filed to allow rent control on buildings over fifteen years old, and it will exempt owners of two or fewer homes advocates with housing a human rights say fell you're at the ballot. Last November has demonstrated the Californians once rent control that rent control is a necessary component in the in our housing policy arsenal to be able to protect community in particular. Communities of color from displacement and skyrocketing rents however, executive director Daniel Yukos in the apartment association of greater Los Angeles tells KNX the measure won't work, and we'll still hurt so called mom and pop landlords. Claim that they want to help people that are struggling, but they never suggest means testing any of the people that would benefit by these draconian wreck control measures. And of course, our so is completely against us. And we're going to oppose this measure vigorously, Jordan gain, extend seventy NewsRadio the inland empire. Population gain could be Los Angeles county's loss following the twenty twenty cents count. According to the rose institute of state and local government at Claremont. Mckenna college the inland empire is going to gain state legislative and congressional seats at the expense of saying Gabriel valley and south east LA county would new district lines drawn institute. Fellow Douglas Johnson tells KNX at the switch probably won't help Republicans because more Democrats now living in the inland would be held much of an internal battle that generates. We'll someone just decide to retire. There's not fight over which he goes away or this can get really ugly within the devil. Party phony redistricting is handled by fourteen member commission, five Democrats, five Republicans and four independents or third party members. Traffic.

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"One the inland empire will gain more political influence reports prediction comes true. The rose institute of state and local government at Claremont McKenna. College says it after district lines are redrawn following the twenty twenty senses, the regional gains state and congressional seats. Now that's going to come at the expense of the same. Gabriel valley and southeast LA county institute fellow Douglas Johnson says this just shows how important it is for local governments to make sure that their census counts are accurate otherwise. More active. They watch Lee pull seats poll. From other other regions that are active artists a week about the issue going on according to Johnson Democrats overall don't figure to lose a seat because many people moving into the inland. Empire are Democrats. But he says individual democratic lawmakers could lose seats. They once had a union representing security workers alone beach airport threatening to sue the city wants them to start working cities police department the union says that would mean a number of unacceptable cutbacks, including a reduction in training from six hundred hours to sixty. Genius to ask the question as to why you would want a lesser trained law enforcement officer, an installation like an airport union represents Horace as city council goes forward this week with approving the reorganization the union may sue. The elected officials at the city of Long Beach community to ask for an independent evaluation of this proposal. That's find out what third individual has to say about this city. Officials wouldn't come to us on the story, but they have long maintained the realignment would result in a more efficiently..

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Thursday with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CVS scarf cap Canucks. Ten seventy NewsRadio fifty seven degrees in Europe. Belinda fifty one in corona and Thousand Oaks fifty six at three seventeen a union is threatening to sue the city of Long Beach over security at the city's airport wants to reorganize its law enforcement at the facility by having the city's police department takeover airport patrols Richard Suarez with the union that represents those security workers says it's a power grab that leaves them. Worse off. Hundred hours proposal to do is to slash that training to take away the post certification and to provide them with St. hours of training. He tells KNX the ninety percent training reduction and the end of overnight patrols would leave the airport. Less say. Airport. That's non-existent today under the law enforcement that's provided by both a joint venture of the Long Beach. Police department and the duty right now tonight request for comment, but has had in the past that airport security will improve under a single chain of command. Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the food and Drug administration has approved the first device to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder now clips onto a child's pajamas or t-shirt and delivers a low level electrical pulse to the brain UCLA ADHD clinic co-director, Dr Thomas McGovern says at this device performed well in the clinical trial. Slept. And what we saw is even after one week parents were beginning to see some changes. But if changes continue to improve over the four weeks that we conducted the study and also at the end of the four-week, we did some brain imaging that showed actually the case, you got the Africa treatment actually, had brain changes in the areas of the brain involved with attention focus McGovern says a few kids complained about headaches or tingling sensation. But the device is relatively free of any side effects. The empire's population gain could be LA county's loss following a twenty twenty cents is count. Not quoting to the rose institute of state and local government at Claremont. Mckenna college the inland empire is going to gain state legislative and congressional seats at the expense of the same Gabriel valley in south east LA county when new district lines drawn institute fellow Douglas Johnson tells KNX at the switch probably wouldn't help Republicans because more Democrats in our living. In the inland empire. How much of an internal battle that generates. We'll someone just decide to retire. And there's not really fight over. We've seen goes away or this can get really ugly within the Democratic Party, California. Redistricting is handled by fourteen member commission, five Democrats, five Republicans in for independence or third party members. It's three twenty type your money. Disneyland's? New Star Wars land opens on may thirty first and.

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Murder. The bodies of Wendy Miller and former pro hockey player Darren parts were discovered Sunday at his apartment. Police not saying how the to die Jin race is Miller was setting a precedent by bringing Justice to abuse. Moms and kids in the family court system was a fierce warrior, mama making waves to expose corruption in the family court system and the trafficking of children through that system. No one has been arrested so far in this single mom lives in that building that mecca. Make so nervous that somebody. He came in and shot these two people, and they could still be at large is is freaking me out. Police are saying that there is no threat to the public say that Miller had gone through a contentious divorce and it left her job of finding housing for homeless. Fetch to form, a nonprofit a cello woman who was caught on camera allegedly tossing a bag with puppies inside into a dumpster as been arrested woman was taken into custody by Riverside County. Sheriff's deputies at our home in Coachella, she suspected a felony animal cruelty. John Welsh with the riverside animal services department says he's baffled by the crime. There are plenty of outlets for people who can no longer care for animals to wrap puppies that are three days old into clear plastic bag and toss him into the dumpster causing what would have been there. He says when the woman was arrested. They made another shocking discovery. Dogs inside the residency says those dogs will be brought to the departments facility for the time. Being the puppies are currently being cared for at a foster. Home Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio on profit using Earth Day to highlight the lack of clean drinking water and some L A public school campuses now quoting to Sheila more vodka. She's the founder of habits of waste. They're working with students at L A senior high school to try and refurbish drinking phones to just unusable. She says that forces kids to bring plastic bottles of water school. High school. That's in a title one standing that. We've seen so far virtually all of them have the same issue in the dependency on topic is because the dilapidated water fountains are just unusable. If you just see the pictures, you'd be shocked campaign is being promoted on social media with hashtag LA green teen while the inland. Empire is going to gain a lot more political influence if a reports prediction comes true, the rose institute of state local government at Claremont McKenna colleges that after direct lines are district lines rather redrawn following the twenty twenty cents is that region is going to gain state and congressional seats. That's gonna come at the expense of saying Gabriel valley in south east LA county institute, fellow Joe institute, fellow Douglas Johnson is saying that this shows how important is for local governments to make sure that census counts are accurate, otherwise if one more active they will actually. Hole. From other other regions that aren't as active is a week about the issue going on. According to Johnson Democrats overall don't figure to lose a C because many people moving into the inland empire are Democrats. But he says that individual democratic lawmakers could lose seats that they once had paperwork for a statewide rink control measure has been filed with the office of the attorney general goal is to qualify. The measure for the November. Twenty twenty ballots..

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Let's just refurbish what we have and provide these kids with clean drinking water that is coming out of filtered unit, beautiful and clean and healthy. And they can reach sixty four ounces a day without having all that pasta quake, according to more of audience similar situation at all schools in low income areas of LA, the campaign is being publicized through social media with hashtag L A. Green teen the inland empire. Population gain could be counties loss following the twenty thousand census count, according to the rose institute of state and local government. Claremont? Mckenna college the inland empire will gain state legislative and congressional seats at the expense of the San Gabriel valley and south east LA county when new district lines drawn institute. Fellow Douglas Johnson tells Canucks at the switch probably wouldn't help Republicans because more Democrats now living in the inland empire. Would be how much of an internal battle that generates. We'll someone just decide to retire. And there's not a fight over which she goes away or this can get really ugly within the Democratic Party, California. Redistricting is handled by fourteen member commission, five Democrats, five Republicans and for independence or third party members supporters of rent control foul paperwork to get a statewide measure on the ballot in twenty twenty four. Ability act has been filed to allow right in control on buildings over fifteen years old, and it will exempt owners of two or fewer homes advocates with housing is a human rights say fell you're at the ballot. Last November has demonstrated the Californians once rent control that rank control is a necessary component in the in our housing policy arsenal to be able to protect vulnerable in particular communities of color from displacement and skyrocketing rents lever executive director Daniel yuko sin of the apartment association of greater. Los Angeles tells KNX at the measure won't work, and we'll still hurt so called mom and pop landlords. This measure claim that they want to help people that are struggling, but they never suggest means testing any of the people that would benefit by these draconian rank control measures. And of course, our cessation is completely against us. And we're going to oppose this measure vigorously, Jordan, Gannex, ten seventy NewsRadio county residents pack their bags headed elsewhere. A twelve month period. You can see it census statistics..

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Eleven forty high rents are driving people out of Los Angeles. And they are leaving by the thousand just one year period between twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen since his statistics reveal that more than thirteen thousand people picked up into said by by the Los Angeles County main reason. Yeah. High rent there's no question that the cost of living in Los Angeles is high Zev Yaroslavsky directs the Los Angeles initiative at UCLA was a long time LA county supervisor tried to rent an apartment particularly rent an apartment or even buy a house recognizes that the costs are off the charts in the city of Los Angeles. One rental service says Venice has the highest average rent a one bedroom apartment plan on shelling out more than three grand. Charles feldman. Kennex ten seventy NewsRadio. Control advocates have filed for a statewide. Ballot. Measure is the first step of a citizen initiative. Ballot measure process supporters from housing is a human rights, say the rental affordability. Act will allow rent control on buildings over fifteen years old the measure will also exempt owners of two or fewer homes are filing this paperwork with the understanding that rake control is still very much a popular policy in the tool kit of cities and counties to protect their renters advocates intend to qualify. The measure for the November twenty twenty ballots. Daniel Ukel sin is the executive director of the apartment association of greater Los Angeles. And he tells k at the measure will actually hurt the state turning away housing developers. Rousing who's going to want to build any new housing units? That's what we need here in California. We have a huge shortage of rental housing units. And no one's going to build if they're going to be under wreck control after fifteen years. He tells k next at his organization, we'll fight vigorously against it. Other Jordan KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio California leads the country when it comes to venture capital investments number crunching from the Orange County. Register founded companies across the state have raised a combined three hundred thirty billion dollars since twenty ten that's over half the venture funding nationally Cal State Fullerton. Economist L Perry tells KNX as a lot of business talent and the state both in Silicon Valley and down here. For biotechnology or comedy have for medical appliances. In LA is just a you know is he LA the greater area. A lot of businesses. Get started there. He says criticism of the state's tax policies and business regulations isn't scaring, investors or tell away a report predicts Los Angeles County will lose some political influence following the twenty twenty cents is according to the rose institute of state and local government at Claremont. Mckenna college the I E will gain state legislative and congressional seats at the expense of he's saying Gabriel valley and southeast. Los Angeles County when new district lines are drawn, according to institute, fellow Douglas Johnson the population keeps growing in the employer while it's slowing in Los Angeles County, very unlikely that it will lead to more Republicans. Hair growth is actually Democrats moving out there. So the pirates it continues to grow is actually becoming more purple in political leaning Johnson also says it's possible that California could lose one of its fifty three house seats, but he says that would not negatively impact the state or its influence in congress. We're going to cut that a check in a crash northbound seven ten that's coming up in traffic to better to why it's eleven forty three. No an ad from. Save money on your car insurance. By bundling home and auto with progressive. Hey, is it always this called in here? It doesn't bother me doesn't bother me. It just just kind of curious because if it's the equipment or something that's fine, womb kind of chilly. Progressive can't save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. I didn't think taking a.

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"We're getting additional insight into recent census figures that show more than thirteen thousand people picked up and left LA county between two thousand seventeen and eighteen reason. Yeah. High rents there's no question that the cost of living in Los Angeles is high Zev Yaroslavsky directs the Los Angeles initiative at UCLA and was a long time LA county supervisor. Tried to rent an apartment particularly rent an apartment or even buy a house recognizes that the costs are off the charts in the city of Los Angeles. One rental service says Venice has the highest average rent a one bedroom apartment plan on shelling out more than three grand. Charles feldman. K next ten seventy NewsRadio, and perhaps related LA county will lose some political influence following be twenty twenty cents is the rose institute of state and local government at Claremont McKenna. Kelly says the inland empire will gain state legislative and congressional seats at the expense of expansively saying Gabriel valley and southeast LA county. Wouldn't do district lines are drawn institute. Fellow Douglas Johnson tells KNX the population keeps growing in the I E when it's slowing in LA county unlikely that it will lead to more Republicans. Hair growth is actually Democrats moving out there. So the buyer as it continues to grow is actually becoming more purple in political leaning Johnson also says it's possible California could pretty remarkably lose one of its fifty three house seats, but he says that wouldn't negatively impact the state or its influence on Capitol Hill supporters for rent control at filed paperwork to get a new statewide measure on the ballot. In twenty twenty rental affordability act has been filed to allow rent control on buildings over fifteen years old, and it will exempt owners of two or fewer homes advocates with housing a human rights say fell you're at the ballot. Last November has demonstrated the Californians once rent control that rent control is a necessary component in the in our housing policy arsenal to be able to protect vulnerable communities in particular communities of color from displacement and skyrocketing rents however, executive director Daniel Yukos of the apartment association of greater Los. Angeles tells k next to the measure won't work, and we'll still hurt so called mom and pop landlords. Claim that they want to help, you know, people that are struggling, but they never suggest means testing any of the people that would benefit by these draconian rank control measures. And of course, our sociation is completely against us. And we're going to oppose this measure vigorously, Jordan, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio California leads the country when it comes to venture capital investments, number crunching from the OC. Register found companies across the state have raised a combined three hundred thirty billion dollars since twenty ten which is just over half of the venture funding nationally Cal State Fullerton. Economists on the L poor tells actors a lot of business talent in the state both in Silicon Valley and down here. Biotechnology or county. They have for medical appliances in LA is LA area. A lot of businesses that get started there. He says criticism of the state's tax policies and business regulations, isn't scaring, investors or talent away.

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"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of color, but Danielson with the apartment association of greater Los Angeles tells k next that the measure will hurt small business landlords and those in favor of the measure are missing a big point forget about all the African Americans. The static residents in California that actually hold rental property and they're going to harm them as well. He adds the measure will also keep developers from wanting to build new housing units in areas where it is much needed. Heather Jordan, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. The California legislature is looking at a number of new tax bills and business leaders are concerned the head of the think tank for the state chamber of commerce says he's headed up the numbers and of all the bills passed it would begin other fifteen billion dollars Californians would have to come up with. Well, they're proposing tax almost everything that the move. Learn K, the California foundation for commerce and education. There's a new tax on tires to take care of. Of water pollution that everybody contributes to there's a a course attacks on on soda attacks on. Oil produced in California, which would increase gasoline prices. Also coming into play and estate tax in California, some people call it the death tax and a significant increase in the corporate income tax Delvin, kenniston, seventy NewsRadio California leads the country when it comes to venture capital investments number crunching from the Orange County. Register found companies across the states have raised a combined three hundred thirty billion dollars since twenty ten which is just over half of the venture funding nationally Cal State Fullerton. Economist Neil puree tells KNX there's a lot of business talents in the states. Both in Silicon Valley man down here. They have four medical appliances in LA is just a LA. A lot of businesses that get started their criticism of the state's tax policies and business regulations, isn't scaring investors or talents away the inland. Empire's population gain could be LA county's loss following the twenty twenty cents his count every port from the rose institute of state and local government at Claremont. Mckenna college predicts the I E will gain state and congressional seats at the expense of the San Gabriel valley and southeast LA county. When district lines are redrawn institute. Fellow Douglas Johnson tells can ex- switch probably wouldn't help Republicans because more Democrats are now living in the inland empire. Bigger deal would be how much of an internal battle that generates. We'll someone just decide to retire. And there's not quite over which goes away or this can get really ugly within the Democratic Party, California redistricting is handled by a fourteen member commission of five Democrats five Republicans. And for independence on third party or third party members. Device to help children with ADHD the details after traffic,.

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"rise institute" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"So this the austrian honored and the american enrique weather the american are the republicans as an energy ago not only helped this kids amid the parents who go home it should do the job said and this guy on the austrian audits is none other with it's not that we will do the over there inner cities they argue and then had initially austrian arnold in the american arnold they finding a and of the all the time all the time it's wild in other the people think that you're he did i'll give you the other people but i am opposed the argument myself in his it because i was raised in austria still have that still the train ride in amendment and then it was recreated overheated it's always a born in austria made in america so did aged but then i realized minutka in the program that give you have to help because it's so deal turn it if i gave to studied the rose institute in california and as it figures out they said okay it for every dollar we put into after scoop brogham you safe six dollars down the line because of the things that they talked about juvenile crime and and a kids going through the detail and orders so i said let's raise money let's make government but disobeyed in this solve in this whole republican philosophy when out the window there's a lot of times were changed my thing and whereas him as if we can read old milton friedman books and ordered stuff in the world it's great gifts agreed guideline but he kennard said stay page by page on that like that day the reality out this a different or renting try and time and i ate at no you don't you're not eager to talk a lot about donald trump and ask you one question at downtown.

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"rise institute" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"So this the austrian honored and the american enrique weather the american are the republicans as an energy ago not only helped this kids amid the parents who go home it should do the job said and this guy on the austrian audits is none other with it's not that we will do the over there inner cities they argue and then had initially austrian arnold in the american arnold they finding a and of the all the time all the time it's wild in other the people think that you're he did i'll give you the other people but i am opposed the argument myself in his it because i was raised in austria still have that still the train ride in amendment and then it was recreated overheated it's always a born in austria made in america so did aged but then i realized minutka in the program that give you have to help because it's so deal turn it if i gave to studied the rose institute in california and as it figures out they said okay it for every dollar we put into after scoop brogham you safe six dollars down the line because of the things that they talked about juvenile crime and and a kids going through the detail and orders so i said let's raise money let's make government but disobeyed in this solve in this whole republican philosophy when out the window there's a lot of times were changed my thing and whereas him as if we can read old milton friedman books and ordered stuff in the world it's great gifts agreed guideline but he kennard said stay page by page on that like that day the reality out this a different or renting try and time and i ate at no you don't you're not eager to talk a lot about donald trump and ask you one question at downtown.

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"rise institute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"rise institute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For the course of the next to ours our powler took taro who is landrights editor with the thomson reuters foundation which is quite a word he way of putting it will the explaining abodes i hope also judge the first on weekend by writer and broadcaster tiffany jenkins welcome both howler tell me what a landrights editor means well this is a very new area of reporting which is why i'm i'm on board with humanitarian arm of russia's and we are now venturing a tough sta here in covering globally and the the conflict over land and resources to involve native indigenous peoples land it involves indigenous peoples lands it involves people's land in in far stairs in the amazon it involves our people's land who are on waterfront communities in legacy nigeria for example in urban areas and how does it work with funding the thompson rojas foundation gets a charitable donation and then bases its work on on that just to wellington rightist foundation has been for some years now funds the rises institute of journalism as you probably know that we also cover an area of raimut which we call underreported story so we lies in climate change we specialize in women's trafficking in slavery in latin now plan and property rights and this particular project is funded by reuters foundation attempts writers foundation and pierre media's network as you know he's the founder of ebay and has been doing a lot of philanthropic work in public interest journalism so oh it's a joint joint project thank you for explaining tiffany jenkins you'd been working on privacy or privacy as americans would put it recently just explain that i well the whole discussion about privacy today's dominated rightly say by the internet with all not devices all sorts of things can be tracked the whole tyler of funds for example have every piece of information about uri on it but i'm interested in where privacy came from so prior to the internet and what what the conditions that gave rise to claims for a private nice i go back to a guy patchy to the eighteen greek so i will deal a knife complete the book but i'm interested in particular and in line the civil war period where he had the emergence of demands for a right to property english civil war the english civil war says the seventeenth century and you had big arguments over the right to property who could come.

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