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Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 4 d ago

Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

"I have a story here from epoch times which is a great newspaper that if i had to use one story to summarize the times in which we live i might use this one. Us district judge named paul moloney appointed by the way by george w. bush which doesn't mean anything but is of interest ready. Federal judge rules against natural immunity clean challenging cova nineteen vaccine mandate federal judge on october. Eighth denied a request to blocked michigan state. University's covert nineteen vaccine mandate on the basis of natural immunity employee at the school. Gena norris filed a lawsuit against the mandate and asked the judge to intervene on the basis that she had already contracted covert nineteen and recovered. She presented to antibody tests showing her previous infection and her doctors told her that she didn't need to get the vaccine at this time. Despite her natural immunity norris faces termination from the university for not complying with the schools. Mandate that all students and staff get the shop unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Why isn't that a medical exemption. Us district judge. Paul moloney an appointee of former president. George w bush declined her lawsuit the mandate maloney said did not violate her fundamental rights and pointed to one thousand nine hundred zero five supreme court ruling. That's what they all point to the jacobson ruling. This court must apply the law from the supreme court. Jacobson essentially applied rational basis review and found that the vaccine mandate was rational in protecting the public health and public safety

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Biden's Latest Nominee Saule Omarova Removed Karl Marx Thesis off Resume

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last week

Biden's Latest Nominee Saule Omarova Removed Karl Marx Thesis off Resume

"Just to show you How unbelievable this administration is What a fraud Joe Biden is and was to get elected president of the United States From our Friends at post millennial Biden nominee removes thesis on Karl Marx from her resume Removes her thesis from Karl Marx on her resume I talked about this woman before She's a Marxist She's a flat out Marxist On Tuesday Biden's nominee to head the office of the control of the currency Sally amar ova removed her thesis on Karl Marx from her resume According to the Washington free Beacon Amaro listed a paper titled Karl Marx's economic analysis in the theory of revolution in the capital on her resume as recently as 2017 Senator pat toomey the ranking member of the Senate banking housing and urban affairs committee demanded she hand over a copy of that thesis in a letter written on Tuesday He said the committee needs to fully assess the fitness of individuals to serve in Senate confirmed executive and independent agency positions She reportedly wrote that thesis while attending Moscow state university at pointed her out two weeks ago on a VI Lenin personal academic scholarship on a Lenin personal academic scholarship But the curriculum vide the CV viewed by the Senate committee on banking housing and urban affairs did not list that paper To me demanded that she hand over the original Russia language thesis in an English version if it exists to the committee of October 13 Remember the Democrats run the committee

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Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last week

Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

"We live in a country where we're witnessing illegal. Immigrants chase down and harass sitting members of the united states. Senate that's how terrible countries illegals are emboldened in a way that i've never witnessed in my lifetime. I went to the border. A few months ago was in yuma marriage. Zona watched tons of illegal. Just come strolling across the the border. Come right into yuma here. We are process us. Send us into your country because we are here. What are you going to do about it other illegal harassing kerstin cinema on an airplane yesterday day before that it was the ladies room at arizona. State university david harsanyi. The writer conservative voice. Put out a tweet. That was so perfect. Our country is so free that illegals can yell at senators in public without worrying about any repercussions.

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The Democrat 'Process' Unleashes on Senator Kyrsten Sinema

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last week

The Democrat 'Process' Unleashes on Senator Kyrsten Sinema

"Senator. Kirsten cinema was teaching a class at arizona. State university and was targeted by a couple of students are activists and was accosted and ended up being that the people costing her again. I don't understand why these people post these videos. Same with the first one of the racist and the biggest that were not held accountable by the state university administration by the way a lot of conservatives think. Asu is this wonderful place. Arizona state university is a radical university devoid of wisdom devoid of principle. And if you want your children to hate the country send them to arizona state university. It's not to say that everyone does my good friend. Scott has one of his kids that go to arizona state university. And i think i hope it works out. Well i'm just saying arizona state university and there's some very nasty people that are produced from arizona state university but so these and we also have a great turning point. Usa chapter there. But you start to see these videos of these activists that actually post these videos you think if you commit a felony. Do you still post a video in their activist. Training one one where they learn how to burn down wendy's and you know target white people do they not say. Hey if you commit a felony do not delete the video will. It is a felony to go into the bathroom and record somebody. You are not allowed to do that. You're not allowed to film inside of a bathroom. They did anyway. So these are illegals. That should have been deported. Obviously they shouldn't be in our country the motto they're dreamers wonderful people. Yeah right now. Go into the restroom. Break the law and record cureton cinema. Were she's been a professor there for nineteen years belligerently screaming build back better. Build back better. It's their new

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George Soros Funds Marxist Extremists Who Harassed Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

Mark Levin

01:06 min | Last week

George Soros Funds Marxist Extremists Who Harassed Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

"Now we've learned from the Washington free bacon Chuck Ross the George Soros bankrupt is bankrolling the left wing activist group whose members accosted senator Kirsten cinema and the bathroom of the weekend He writes activists with living united for change in Arizona lucha film cinema while she was teaching at Arizona state university on Saturday after she refused to meet with the group the discuss her opposition To the spending bill sources open society foundation is living United's biggest donor They gave 1.5 million to the group in 2019 That's an enormous amount In a court of a 1 million 20 17 according to the philanthropy's grant database living united reported around 1.7 million in revenue in 2019 And 328,020 17 So Soros propped this group up Another sick on cinema

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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Confronted by LUCHA Thugs in Arizona State University Bathroom

Mark Levin

01:22 min | Last week

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Confronted by LUCHA Thugs in Arizona State University Bathroom

"The Democrats have sent their militia out again They've all these hardcore Marxist organizations Black Lives Matter Not so much antifa and tiva pretty much operates on its own But you have groups of illegal aliens other groups Who protest who go to the homes of Supreme Court Justices who are now trying to intimidate to United States senators to Democrats cinema and mansion in particular cinema Cinema was harassed bullied and sure it's going into a public restroom at the Arizona state University the ladies room the other day Yesterday and apparently she just flew in from Arizona to Regan national and they met her there and were harassing her there as well And this group is called Lucia LU CHA And has pointed out by power line Scott Johnson the lucha thugs who stalk senator cinema in the ladies room and Arizona state yesterday We're not out to win friends or influence people in the style of Dale Carnegie In little decency in an argument they applied time tested tactics

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Kyrsten Sinema Berated by Activists in Bathroom at Arizona State University

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:06 min | Last week

Kyrsten Sinema Berated by Activists in Bathroom at Arizona State University

"Progressive activists are furious at west. Virginia's joe mansion and arizona's kerstin cinema so Now they're taking their anger directly to these debt. Moderate democrat senators in one case literally following them into the bathroom while senator cinema attempted. Well she did. Use the bathroom in the stall. It's unreal their gross. The people on the left are so gross. Where's the democrats are democrats going to denounce activists chasing kirstin cinema into a ladies room. This gross they've they are here's the encounter. It was cut number nine. She's teaching a class. Somewhere i guess at arizona state university and she takes because out to take go to the bathroom they literally chevrolet of them. Go into the ladies room with her. She asked to go into the stall and close and lock the stall presumably to do her business while they're still harassing her. And it's not just a self-described illegal harassing her. It sounds to me like the guy holding the the personal and the camera is a man. So you got the man filming. This encounter in the women's restroom at arizona state university wants to actually i had now but right now hold the real moment that our people need in order to be able to talk about. What's really happening. We need to build back better plan right now. We're not need how we not endorsed for you. To get you elected and just got elected we can get you out of office. You support what you promise that. She's going to the bathroom million. We need the brian. Here's a man's voice. I was talking to the united states. And i was three years old and in two thousand and ten. My grandparents both god's imported because of sc. Seventy and. I'm here because i definitely believe that. We need a pathway to citizenship. My grandfather passed away two weeks ago and i was not able to go to mexico and visit him because there's no pathway to citizenship and if we have the opportunity to pass right now then we need to do it because there's millions of undocumented people just like me who share the same story or even worse things to happen to them because seventy portion and there's opportunity to pass it right now we need to. We need to hold you accountable to what you told us what you promised us that you were going to pass when we knocked on boards for you now want to have some accountability. That young illegal ought to be deported right now.

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Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

"The us about twenty percent of calls to cell phones and forty percent to landlines are robocalls many of them scams and tomorrow is the deadline for voice service providers including some phone companies to show the federal communications commission. What steps. they're taking to stop robocalls. Brad reeves is a professor of computer science at north carolina state university. He said the fcc is telling these companies to be on the lookout for clear signs of fraud for example if your phone company and you have a customer that is sending hundreds of thousands of calls per day but almost none of them get answered. Doesn't necessarily mean you're doing anything illegal but it certainly suspicious and you should be looking into it. So yeah i the fcc has a new system right like technical system that can help weed out the robocalls so the fcc is mandating that all providers either now or within a couple of years implemented set of technical standards called stir and shaken. This is something that changes. How calls are made to add a little token to indicate where the call came from and which provider was responsible for it. So you can think of this kind of like the post office putting a postmark on a stamp. The reason this is important. Is that when you receive a robo call and maybe you call your phone company to complain about it. They have to figure out where that call came from. And before sir shaking it was a laborious process that took days in most cases. Do you think that this is gonna work. I wouldn't bet on it. There are just too many loopholes and ways to bypass the

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Limits On Toilet Paper And Cleaning Supplies Are Back At Costco

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Limits On Toilet Paper And Cleaning Supplies Are Back At Costco

"Go to costco or your local big box. Perhaps you got toilet paper on your list. Maybe some water cleaning supplies as well. But when you go to load up your car you see the signs that say two per customer or whatever. The limit is not as you might think. Thanks to reprise of the apocalyptic stockpiling early on in this thing. It's a supply chain again. But as marketplace's amanda peach reminds us limits on how much consumers can buy can backfire on retailers. Trying to sell it when there was a run on certain products in pandemic early days. The explanation was simple. Basically consumers freaked out. Ken boyer studies operations management at ohio state university and people heard. There's gonna be a shortage so they went to buy more but shortages now are much more about shipping delays and other supply chain constraints boyer says take toilet paper even if it's manufactured in the us the chemicals to make it might come from china or thailand. They're sitting on a boat. Offshore that becomes a delayed the toilet paper manufacturers sometimes. The shortage is in packaging or containers like cans for soda or bottles for water in melbourne. Florida alley strands. Saw a sign at the grocery store. At limiting the number of cases of water customers could purchase to to literally. My first thought was hurting. Strands checked her phone. No hurricane warnings so she thought what's going on with bottled water. She bought two cases and had her son. Do the same. You drink the bottle of water. But he was getting his shopping part for me. Because is there going to be a run on water. And that's why stores have to be careful about signaling. Shortages with product limits on we realize goods are scarce. They become more valuable to us. Care me. Burke is a behavioral economist with the university of southern california. I might not new toy right now. But i know toilet. Paper is scarce. So i may go stock up on it as much as i can at the moment. In burke says that unnecessary purchasing can add pressure to supply chains at exactly the wrong time. I'm amanda pitcher for

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Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

"I might cross your reporting lawsuits against Ohio State University over sex abuse by a doctor are dismissed a federal judge has dismissed some of the remaining lawsuits filed against Ohio state university over its failure to stop decades of sexual abuse by now deceased team doctor Richard Strauss U. S. district judge Michael Watson said while it's undisputable Strauss abused hundreds of young men he agreed with Ohio state's argument that the legal window for claims had passed roughly four hundred men and one woman had sued the university since twenty eighteen over its failure to stop Strauss despite concerns they say were raised with school officials as early as the nineteen seventies the university previously reached nearly forty seven million dollars in settlements with one hundred eighty five survivors and a spokesman said by email Wednesday more than two hundred thirty survivors have now reached settlements hi Mike Rossio

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Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

CNN 5 Things

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

"Officials. Say at least six people were killed today when a gunman opened fire at a university in russia. Eight hundred miles east of moscow. The russian state investigation committee says twenty eight victims have sought medical help with some hospitalized for injuries of varying degrees. Perm state university said on its telegram channel. A suspect entered the campus and began shooting and some students and teachers locked themselves into classrooms. During the attack local media video footage shows others in the campus buildings throwing their belongings out of first story windows before jumping down and running to safety. Russian officials say a suspect identified as a male student was arrested and wounded after resisting law enforcement officers. It's unclear if he was a student at perm state university.

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Shooting in Russian University Leaves 8 Dead

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Shooting in Russian University Leaves 8 Dead

"A gunman has opened fire in a university in the Russian city of Perm leaving at least eight people dead and others wounded the poem State University press service says the perpetrator used a so called traumatic firearm such guns are designed to fire non lethal rubber or plastic projectiles can be modified to fire up the ammunition students and staff of the university look themselves in rooms and the university urging those who could leave the campus to do so the state tass news agency cites an unnamed source in law enforcement the saying some students jumped out to windows of a building Russia's Interior Ministry says the government has been detained I'm Charles so that's my

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Gunman Opens Fire at Russian University Killing 8

NPR News Now

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gunman Opens Fire at Russian University Killing 8

"Shooting at a university in russia today has left at least eight people dead and a number of others wounded. The government says a rush. A gunman opened fire at perm state university in the city of perm. It's about seven hundred miles east of moscow russia's interior ministry says. The gunman is under arrest. Students and staff are said to have locked themselves in classrooms and other areas. When the shooting began

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USA Gymnastics Eyes $425 Million Settlement With Abuse Survivors

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

USA Gymnastics Eyes $425 Million Settlement With Abuse Survivors

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting USA gymnastics proposes a four hundred twenty five million dollar settlement with survivors of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal nearly three years after USA gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal the organization and the survivors committee representing hundreds of women have filed a joint four hundred twenty five million dollars settlement proposal in U. S. bankruptcy court Nassar who worked as a sports doctor for USA gymnastics and Michigan State University is in prison in Michigan for sexual assault and possession of child **** the proposal needs to be approved by the survivors and any other creditors votes must be in by November eighth and written objections are due by November nineteenth a confirmation hearing is scheduled for early December hi Mike Rossi

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These Microscopic Mites Live on Your Face

Short Wave

01:29 min | Last month

These Microscopic Mites Live on Your Face

"We are talking about the microscopic mites that live on our bodies the adult mites. Look like little worms with eight legs on their kind of top half. I guess we call it and the mites live for a few weeks or so. This is incredibly gross but ultimately i support you. I also stop you. Today's expert meghan. Tim is is quite used to the reaction that you're having right now. Emily so i told her. I would defend how cool they are which she appreciated. I'm very excited to hear that. Because a lot of people really freak out and i get a lot of crazy email so these days. Megan's a post doc. At the university of california san diego but before that when she was at north carolina state university. She studied these mites. And she wants to know just how prevalent they were in humans so she and her team looked for. Dna evidence like crime on people's faces the first study that we did on them. We found them on a hundred percent of adults that we tested and now we have looked at thousands of people and have yet to find someone without them. I okay stop you right there. Because i've never heard. Scientists say one hundred percent on anything of adults. Let's be clear. I mean there's also this historical paper that shows that they were found on one hundred percent of adult cadavers. So there's also that out great. Yeah i was worried. You weren't going to find a way to bring dead bodies into this happy anniversary.

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Is It Muggy Out? Check the Dew Point!

Short Wave

01:58 min | Last month

Is It Muggy Out? Check the Dew Point!

"Okay thomas lou. Summer hater. here's a scenario. I wake up in the morning. I'm preparing to go on an afternoon bike. Ride on my hog around the city. Check my weather app for the forecast. It's hot you know. Say about eighty-five but manageable and the humidity is like fifty seven percent. Let's say does that. Mean i'm still going to have like a nice bike ride or sort of. It's a little hard to hell with just humidity. Okay but humidity is telling us how much water is in the air. Right right right so yes. Here's where it gets a little bit tricky to understand this. We need to consider a couple of things watering the air temperature and how these to interact with one another okay so i caught up someone. I thought might have some answers. I am greg jenkins. i'm a professor. In department of meteorology and atmospheric sciences at penn state university in greg explained relative humidity like this relative humidity is ratio or percentage of water vapor over a term that is related to order vapor in a saturated state. Okay okay so. I'm going to oversimplify here. But relative humidity is the moisture content in the air compared to the maximum moisture content. That could be in the air totes. That's why it's called relative humidity. It's not an absolute measure of moisture. Greg says a key factor in relative humidity is air temperature. You know the number we usually look at when describing if it's going to be hot or cold out. Dre warmer air can contain more moisture while cooler air can contain less moisture. So over the course of a day if you just had the amount of water vague bernie atmosphere sixth and you let the temperature run. Its normal course. The relative humidity would go up and down just based on

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"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Recent political campaigns have reenergized interest in it. You be is a broad category policy. Proposals that involve sending direct payments set at or near a living wage to all people regardless of demonstrated need mirrors around the us developing guaranteed income programs for their communities inspired by the idea of you and a time when people are struggling at historic levels. That said many of the local pilot programs fall. Short of the ideal of many are not universal and most do not provide a living wage however even these experiments can still achieve important goals including providing data. The challenges many of the negative. Miss about you. Bi while also benefiting the participants you be i experiments up to this point. Show the providing direct payments to people improve their lives and benefit the economy at the same time understanding how the local experiments diverged from upi can illuminate the ways that these pilots can leave the foundation for progress towards a more far-reaching you bi system in order to be maximally. Valuable in relation to that goal local guaranteed income. Projects need to do at least three key things involved. More people provide larger sums of money to the participants and they need to provide the income for longer periods of time or more expansive. You've i programs which are best funded by increasing taxes on the wealthy are more controversial. The more expansive. Cbi program is the more likely it is that the beneficiaries will make longer term changes to their lives which include going back to school and spending more time with their families and in their communities unexpansive. You can even begin to change how people think about their relationship to work and their views on her capitalist economic system that regularly leave so many behind that was bryant school los of worcester state university..

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"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Although universal basic income or you. Bi is not a new idea. Recent political campaigns have reenergized interest in it. You be is a broad category policy. Proposals that involve sending direct payments set at or near a living wage to all people regardless of demonstrated need mirrors around the us developing guaranteed income programs for their communities inspired by the idea of you and a time when people are struggling at historic levels. That said many of the local pilot programs fall. Short of the ideal of many are not universal and most do not provide a living wage however even these experiments can still achieve important goals including providing data. The challenges many of the negative. Miss about you. Bi while also benefiting the participants you be i experiments up to this point. Show the providing direct payments to people improve their lives and benefit the economy at the same time understanding how the local experiments diverged from upi can illuminate the ways that these pilots can leave the foundation for progress towards a more far-reaching you bi system in order to be maximally. Valuable in relation to that goal local guaranteed income. Projects need to do at least three key things involved. More people provide larger sums of money to the participants and they need to provide the income for longer periods of time or more expansive. You've i programs which are best funded by increasing taxes on the wealthy are more controversial. The more expansive. Cbi program is the more likely it is that the beneficiaries will make longer term changes to their lives which include going back to school and spending more time with their families and in their communities unexpansive. You can even begin to change how people think about their relationship to work and their views on her capitalist economic system that regularly leave so many behind

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Bryant Sculos, Worcester State University, Learning From Basic Income Pilots

The Academic Minute

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Bryant Sculos, Worcester State University, Learning From Basic Income Pilots

"Although universal basic income or you. Bi is not a new idea. Recent political campaigns have reenergized interest in it. You be is a broad category policy. Proposals that involve sending direct payments set at or near a living wage to all people regardless of demonstrated need mirrors around the us developing guaranteed income programs for their communities inspired by the idea of you and a time when people are struggling at historic levels. That said many of the local pilot programs fall. Short of the ideal of many are not universal and most do not provide a living wage however even these experiments can still achieve important goals including providing data. The challenges many of the negative. Miss about you. Bi while also benefiting the participants you be i experiments up to this point. Show the providing direct payments to people improve their lives and benefit the economy at the same time understanding how the local experiments diverged from upi can illuminate the ways that these pilots can leave the foundation for progress towards a more far-reaching you bi system in order to be maximally. Valuable in relation to that goal local guaranteed income. Projects need to do at least three key things involved. More people provide larger sums of money to the participants and they need to provide the income for longer periods of time or more expansive. You've i programs which are best funded by increasing taxes on the wealthy are more controversial. The more expansive. Cbi program is the more likely it is that the beneficiaries will make longer term changes to their lives which include going back to school and spending more time with their families and in their communities unexpansive. You can even begin to change how people think about their relationship to work and their views on her capitalist economic system that regularly leave so many behind

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"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Oh on wister state university week. We're making advances in studying the births of new stars. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute ian stevens assistant professor of physics has more stars form from the gravitational collapse of gas clouds. This claps has its challenges as manley fields thermal pressure rotation interprets worked to slow down this gravitational collapse. Gravity eventually wins over in baby star forms which we call a prototype. Purchaser has not yet begun nuclear fusion. Which is the primary source of energy output stars purse are will continue to evolve and only after a few tens of millions of years will fusion finally ignite in their cores in a battle to conserve angular momentum put a star launches interject jets outflows from its pulse in creates circumstellar. This does eventually becomes a source system since stars take so long to form. The star disc implant formation process cannot be understood by watching one produce star instead. We have to look at many posters of different ages. Jemison prototypes disk and the planets form involved through time with the help of new telescopes. Like the atacama large millimeter ray. We have made considerable advances in studying. How the circumstellar disc around these posters baby planets proto-planets. We are finding that many dish. Show significant substructure often with rings gaps that are telltale signs of active planet formation. Recently my colleagues and i found the youngest protests are yet with a disk that has ring gap substructure. This prototype star. Ira sixty three is only somewhere between one hundred thousand five hundred thousand years old which is a very small fraction of the tens of millions of years it takes to start nuclear fusion we to believe that stars have mostly reached adulthood before their planets formed but these observations show that stars and planets instead siblings evolving in growing with each other during their young ages. That was ian. Stevens of worcester state. University you can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a a c and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public good..

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"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"On this student spotlight narcissism can lead people to behave in all sorts of bad ways. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute sophie vic phd student in communication at the ohio. State university looks into another surprising form. That may not be considered it. I if you ask someone on the street whether aggressive people have low self esteem they would probably say yes in reality. Quite the opposite is true. Aggressive people have inflated rather than deflate itself use in other words. They tend to be narcissistic professor brad. Bushman and i did a comprehensive review on the link between nurses and both aggression and violence analyzing four hundred thirty seven studies involving more than one hundred twenty three thousand participants. We found that nurses is related to twenty one percent increase in aggression. an eighteen percent increase in violence individuals. Hire nurses are specially aggressive one provoked. They're also grow one. They're not provoked. We've found the participants with high levels of narcissism show high levels of all types of aggression. Day attack others in both hotheaded and cold-blooded manners. We were surprised to find that. The link between nurses and violence actually intending to cause extreme. Physical harm was nearly a strong as it's linked with less serious forms of aggression but are salts are consistent with research suggesting not narcissism might be a risk factor for violent acts such as mass shootings the link between higher levels of narcissism and aggression will similar for males and females of all ages from both western and eastern cultures and it doesn't take pathological levels to have a negative effect more narcissism was linked to aggression even before it gets pathological levels. The bottom line is that feeling of entitlement can lead people to attack others in a variety of ways sometimes even violently and that was sophie. Sheriff of the ohio state university. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public good..

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"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Oh how much debt are you carrying. I'm dr lynch house. Corolla president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute. Kate paget walsh associate professor of philosophy at iowa. State university takes a humanistic approach to something most of us share. The morality of debt is simple. Many people think don't take on too much debt. Pay it off and a story but most people also know that the simple idea doesn't fit into the real world and people's actual experiences with that. How does the morality of change when we start taking those realities into account. One reality is that household debt is at staggering and unprecedented levels in the us. Today studies show that this debt is taking its toll. It's eroding physical and mental health. It's contributing to social isolation and it's even preventing people from starting businesses. This is especially punishing people of modest means who often live paycheck to paycheck and can only get through emergencies. by taking out loans. With high and often ballooning interest rates many people's debt today also reflects historical injustices and it reinforces racial and wealth gaps instead of closing them finally many people even those in the middle class increasingly are finding today that debt is the only way to access basic goods and opportunities like healthcare and higher education. A second reality is that most debts today are not the relatively simple person to person interactions. That were once the norm most. That's their owned. Processed and service by large financial companies. These companies are not primarily in the business of treating daughters with respect indecency as many billions of dollars in fines and enforcement successes have underscored in recent years. Historically it was primarily lenders who were viewed as immoral for taking advantage of desperate people especially the poor and yet today we continue to hold debtors to moral standards that financial companies regularly violate these realities. Reveal some of the injustices that come from cleaning to an outdated moral framework about debt. That was kate..

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Improve Traffic Flow in Cities by Banning Left Turns

The Academic Minute

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Improve Traffic Flow in Cities by Banning Left Turns

"Intersections. Dangerous because they are where cars often moving very fast than in different directions must cross paths when drivers make left turns. They must cross oncoming traffic which makes intersections much more complicated one way to accommodate turns is to have vehicles wait until a gap appears in oncoming traffic. However this can be dangerous relies entirely on the driver to make the left turn safely another way to allow left hand. Turns you stop oncoming traffic and give cars turning left their own green arrow. This is safer but it shuts down the entire intersection to let left turning vehicles go which slows traffic instead. A simpler solution might be best. Restrict left hand turns in busy cities. This would be safer and allow the intersection to serve more cars. There's a downside. Eliminating left turns would require some vehicles to travel longer distances however eliminating left turns on grid like street networks would on average require people to drive only one additional block. This would be more than offset by the smoother traffic flow. Getting rid of left turns may be difficult to implement across an entire city but they might not need to be left turn. Restrictions are most effective at busier intersections in the centers of towns or cities than it less busy intersections. Farther away from the town center. This is because the busier. The intersection the more people benefit from smoother traffic flow the central intersections also tend to have alternative routes available than minimize any additional distance travel due to the restrictions. So the next time you're sitting in traffic stuck behind someone waiting to make a left turn know that your frustration is justified. There's a better way in this case. The answer is simple. Get rid of the left turn.

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"state university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Oh what can financial regulation bring to the climate change fight. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute garth futile associate professor of economics. At georgia state university follows the money can financial regulators help fight climate change and should they typically when people think of climate policy they think about regulations like carbon pricing or subsidies to renewable electricity. And when people think of financial regulators they think about regulating big banks and monetary policy. But there's a growing discussion both in the policy community and in the academic community about the role that financial regulators could have in climate policy many financial institutions have a large stake in fossil fuel companies and another firms who are likely to be targets of climate regulation when such regulation comes. Some people worry that. The effect of that regulation on the valuation of these assets held by banks may lead to financial instability. So there's a call for financial regulators to prevent this. Furthermore financial regulation could conceivably be tailored to address climate change for example by providing explicit or implicit subsidies to banks that hold assets in green firms in research conducted with my colleagues stephanos. Bertini and giving milk qadsie. We explore the relationship between these two regulatory areas using an economic model that includes both climate change and financial sector. We find that. Climate regulation may indeed lead to financial risk but that financial regulations can reduce this risk. The too big to fail argument does not prevent us from being able to fight climate change. We also find that. Financial regulation alone is ineffective at addressing climate. Change and more direct policy like a carbon tax will be more effective and that was garth yodel of georgia.

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"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mike yesterday is professor color krishna. Economics and liberal arts research at penn state university usa into spent international trade and development cutter. Thank you for having. Thanks for doing this so i would start with one of your papers at this one from twenty sixteen entitled better luck next time learning the retaking using this paper we provide some evidence that repeat taking of competitive exams move use impact of back of disadvantages on educational outcomes and i can relate to this guy that i i do in south india and then i was getting ready for Engineering school India has this Central xm ge as joined enders exam. And i got education my local language so essentially. I got to re learn english woods before i could say gee a so. You're looking at data here from turkey. I think right sort of a similar situation where yes or no in toki. There's a high school levy at the end of high school. You take the university entrance examined. Unlike many countries only fuel they late university entrances in turkey. Almost everyone takes who graduates from high school. So that's the other thing in turkey. Is that the way. That system is designed this amazing huge ashen editor who deserves the credit for pulling took into the modern era but the weeds designed. It's like you choose what you want to do in the tacking onto tape to senior high school and daddy before the before you to go to high school there. These open competitive exams. Why school science high schools anatolian high schools these exams so this sort of announced talent a different income listens to boom. Because even if you're born you can go to this great science high school and it's the money for tuition given to countries have this including kenya has Been in has this love. African countries have this and get some to mark way off ensuring that accused some chances there for upward mobility of bowl. So you take the university entrance exam and we will man curious.

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"state university" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"state university" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"When the ships come into port and they try to get the release a so that you know the mothers and the children and everything will just six of those middlemen. That makes that shelf like dis. Bitcoin radio is powered by most belt. Blockchain accelerator and multi and we are continuing to reimagine twenty twenty one. The following interview was broadcast in december of twenty twenty as part of our version five point. Oh conference welcome back everyone to be imagined. Twenty twenty five. This is our fifth version of our virtual conference. And i'm your host. Russian meraj car. I'm so excited to be joined by returning guests here. Reimagined twenty twenty So it's edited to have ryan cooper the co founder of the state university blushing association ryan la. Welcome back to the show Have you been since last time. I've spoken to you and i'm really excited to talk about what you've been working on since i'm very excited to be talking to you again. I'm glad to be alive is colder so yeah. I'm just glad to be reading and i'm glad to be making all these thousands of dollars every day. Yeah definitely To start things off you know. Why don't we go into Since the start of this virtual time you know what are some of the things that you've been working on. Has it disrupted any of the projects that you've been working on or have you been able to work on new projects. So can you talk about the positives and negatives from your side right so as far as the state university blockchain association. We basically shut campus down. We've been trying to do everything. Virtually as far as recruiting new students in the mis program the computer science students as well as the business. Major students will overall hasn't slow me down at all I love all the virtual conferences. I've been attending for example to reimagine twenty twenty one. Two three four. I think we work on four now. I love everything. I just did. The morgan.

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"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mike. Yesterday's purpose of Who professor of physics at state university. He's research involved the property solve and interactions between particles stadium mentally level. Then commission thank you to pleasure to be here bill doing so our discussion today You have a review article entitled habe clark to cd on exotica And and obviously you go through..

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"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mike duties purposive. Philip mouse calls who has joined appointment at arizona state university in the school of earth and space exploration and the department of physics his back now distant primarily experimental cosmology in particular deciding a good thing new types of instruments for measuring signals from the most distant objects in the numbers buckle phil. Thank you nice to be here. Thanks doing this. I want to start with. What if your people from twenty eighteen Billy bates grave. Polite to using kinetic inductions detectors for told tech. I don't know if that's pronounce that day. And beyond so before we get the details of this. What exactly is protected. Call that day. Yes sure yeah. Toll tech is. It's the name it's named after a you know a group of the native group of in mexico and it's named that because The the the what it is is it's a camera at millimeter wavelengths that we have been building for a telescope in mexico which is called the large millimeter wave telescope or l. m. t. or in in mexico. It's the grand telescope Metric or cake day at and It's it's it's the mexico has actually a really strong background. Historically in astronomy like from the Early civilization and this telescope project which was started a decade ago. Maybe actually more. Like twenty years ago was still i think. The largest scientific project in mexico was building the telescope which is a fifty meter diameter telescope on top of sierra negra which is fifteen thousand foot mountain in the middle of mexico and so totake is is a camera that we're building using the latest superconducting technology or to go onto that telescope and make measurements location-wise Obviously will get into people but Mexico because it's a near the topics evident It has elation so what what is of the primary capital states Authentication yeah well. The primary characteristics are Allocation you know for a astronomy. And i know you've had other people on who also work as i do with telescopes and other places like chile or hawaii so so basically what you want. Is you want to be as you know. As high as possible to be above the atmospheric water vapor and that's the main The main component of the atmosphere that That absorbs millimeter. Wave light so So mexico it turns out has a fairly high mountains including pico. Or it's about or. I think it's called seat loyalty pedal which is right next to serra negra mountain which and that. One is the tallest mountain in central america. It's a nineteen thousand feet or so almost and so the mountain that it's on fifteen thousand feet. So that's that's what you want. Also it's it's a good latitude so it's nineteen degrees north latitude. Which is the same pretty much the same latitude as hawaiian. It gives you good access to most of the sky. So if you're too far north you can only see the northern stars two thousand southern stars so Good good position to and The millimeter size Vive linked what this target. What what sort of the primary target. Yeah so there's there's a couple but millimeter wavelengths so it's long a thousand times longer wavelength than the light that you see with your eye the optical which is just short just smaller than a micron wavelength and and so what we're looking at is Light from either from the early universe leftover from from from the early universe which has peaks at wavelengths around one millimetre. So that's one of the things we can look at and then the other main sources of emission or might at millimeter wavelengths are on gas and dust in the universe mainly in galaxies our own galaxy. So where where..

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"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Downstream activity so the P.. M. I. Tends to be only upstream yet and It was interesting because we we were. We were rattled a little bit during twenty nineteen, because their numbers and early twenty twenty, their numbers were lower than ours, and we usually always check to make sure that we're kinda been sink in like I, said those guys are Paul. Leave the gentleman that runs the PM is a friend of ours. And and so we always check to see where you know where we are and and we figured out. You know what this is downstream upstream thing. So not only do we look at it by different types of of companies, but we also look at it by sort of position. In supply chain, and if you go to the website, you can actually see a breakdown. For Twenty Twenty and some of the other months you know sort of? You see for the Times what you can kind of tell when we figured out, Hey, wait a minute. The reason why we're than pm I is because we got downstream as well as upstream in there. So so you can, you can really see the differences between folks that are close to the consumer, versus folks that are are backed ways in spite Jane. It's a really interesting thanks. So we deliberately keep the the respondent based diverse in in an. We liked the look what those differences are. You, you have been doing this for two years now, so you have really four years. For years, yeah, so there's four years a Beta and You mentioned that there was some interesting things to to to see maybe twelve months ago, eighteen months ago, so so, so, what were your operations before this whole thing hit? And then, since then, I guess there is a tradition of inflammation in terms of the Marcus, internalizing the full effects of it so. What did we see maybe twelve months before the couvert actually hit the economy. Well, what we what we saw is anything related to. The consumer was great, but that the upstream activity. Was Cooling, so so what that said is, if things would have stayed the same we were, we were headed into I. Don't I don't WanNa? Say That recession word, and on say the R. Word, but but but we were. You could see the growth leveling off upstream. which all economic. That are based just on GDP. Weren't seeing at all, because the consumer was so hot, so that consumers really high, but about a year and a half ago, we really started seeing, and you can see it. You can get onto the website and see the numbers and. Play with them and we're. We always welcome. Comments and sometimes arguments. You know we're. We actually. We actually take into consideration. What What what people who are really. We got some dumb comments directly, but but most of them. You know many things are very. Thoughtful and many companies are using us. To help them plan a little bit because it's surprising. How accurate we we asked for both this month, and then twelve months from now, what do you expect in and it's interesting how accurate! It's an up until the golden time where that's been so disruptive. None of the predictions included that. Interestingly, though while we've been in Kobe there, really is a strong belief you know there's an optimistic belief via logistics managers that that things are GonNa be better than the year, which is which is interesting and I hope they're right about that. So so it it's. It's been a very interesting it's. It's been a very interesting. And, we just started. It has I was thinking about the PM I, and about how logistics component specifically are good. Indicators of the future and the PM I a great job at they don't include all the stuff that we do. And and and so we thought well..

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"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mike yesterday is preface deal Rogers who is a professor of business at Arizona State University. He's also the director of the Frontier Economies Logistics Latte. And a CO director of the Internet et supply chain lab at Asu. Data's a leading researcher in the fields, so gruber's logistics, sustainable supply chain, management, sub, eighteen finance, and secondly markets welcome. Nice to be with you. I want to start with. The Logistics Managers Index Lmi that you manage along with a number of colleagues in different universities. I guess it's a combination metric based on the. Managers Betas aspects of logistics. sexists inventory warehousing transportation. Could you describe what what goes into it and how IT SCALP LEAD? Yes, so the logistics managers index it some. it's it's five universities. It's it's it's one old guy me. With a bunch of of younger faculty. and. I suppose they do a ally. They do a lot of the work. I do a little bit, but that's true they they do a lot and really good researchers and most of them. have either been. Students of mine. Or I've been hired him or a mentor in some way, and and have them the the the young professor who works on this Dr Zach, Rogers. From Colorado State and he does a lot of Management of the actual survey and Sahni, he actually In addition to be a young assistant professor of supply chain. He's also my son, so so and and the other guys aren't my son, but like being my son so so we've got Colorado State Rochester Institute of Technology. Stephen Curry all a rutgers university. Dr Shenyang your who I hired Fritz first academic, job. A long time ago, and and Ryan Lemke who? I used to work at University of the battery on Ron still there. And I hired him back in the early nineties I think so so a bunch of my old. My old friends, and and we were thinking you know. GDP Gross Domestic Product. Is a terrible. Measure of the economy is just a really bad measure. How come? Well. It tells you what happened. It doesn't tell you what's GonNa Happen and it tells you in the most micro way. GDP only measures from. The last stop to the consumer. That's the only measurement and you don't see all the vet. Upstream activity in the supply chain that that actually can be an early warning system. both for good things and bad things and we thought for a long time. That the logistics components I. If you measured them, would would be very helpful in understanding both what is happening throughout the whole economy, because it touches on the entire economy, not just the last step on its way to the consumer. And and also It. It tells you what's likely to happen because there's a ripple effect as thing move through the supply chain, clearly seeing that. Happen now as you think about the the PB and and the ventilators and all those supplies that you need in..

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"state university" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"state university" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Hey you know what time it is time to grab your board head out into the SIV ideas see. You can't see that sales pipeline starting to curl up over the horizon there and for those of you that liked to Be Able to see things as they're developing. I want you to see this with Mannheim sir today. Welcome at Hinds I got A. I got way. I'M GONNA go with us here. You ready I don't know so I wanNA see if they can make the connection if they can see ahead to where we're going and make a connection between Tina fey the Ohio State University and B. TO B. Marketing. What do those three things have in Common Matt Heinz? Well we're GONNA find Out here in a second. I'm very excited for our guest today. This is long overdue to have our guest today joining us on sales pipeline herniated. But I wanNA thank everyone for joining us. We are GONNA talk about B. Two B. Marketing. We might talk colluded about Tina Fey and I don't think we can avoid talking about the Ohio State University at this point. That's GonNa be a tough one. Because I went to the University of Michigan Michigan so I may be have to check out during that part. Oh my gosh I forgot this terrible so You know this is live for those of you listening to this show podcast speed. You may be listening to this. After a couple of days. You may be listening to this after the Super Bowl. We'll get into that here in a minute as well but for those of you. Listening to this episode live on the Funnel Media Radio Network. Things could get ugly. We got a little Ohio state. We got a little team up north. We'll get into it three week. Sales pipeline radio where featuring some of the best and brightest minds in sales and marketing specifically around B. Two B. Today a very excited to have with US Vice President of Marketing Club Essential Holdings Maryland Cox Maryland. How you doing? I'm good. How are you at where you better before you recognize and I was reminded that our producer is fighting for the wrong team here? Well you know when you went enough you learn. It doesn't bother you as much. That is a fair point. How how many decades has it been and since Since Michigan getting some interference. Here again I I think the Feed is getting cut off your. Yeah as a Husky ski like we have the same thing where people say like I remember. We're we're we're automobiles was the internal combustion..

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"state university" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"state university" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Thanks for tuning again for another episode of the moving to live podcast if you like what you hear. Please leave us some feedback on apple podcasts. Or whatever PODCAST APP you listen to us on if you have an idea for an interview interview drop us a message through any of our social media channels. We're always looking for interesting people in the movement field who understand that move into the lifestyle not just inactivity. Welcome back to another edition of moving to live podcast. We are podcast about movement movement opportunities we interview individuals who are involved in different aspects spects of the movement profession all with the goal to breakdown movement silos along with our sister. PODCAST FIT lab pige. We firmly believe that movement should be treated as a lifestyle L.. Not just an activity today. We've got a guest that we interviewed a little bit over two years ago. Who Really had an interesting story about how he went from a failed baseball player are to a personal trainer to Director of Education in a national organization to a college professor and I one of the things that people often forget when they see that somebody college professor is? It's not typically a nine to five job. It's not something that you just teach the two or three classes that you're assigned to teach it often involves more than that and there's often a variety of reasons why people who are in the teaching profession switch and even move halfway across the country today with Dr J. Dawes who is now at Oklahoma State University versity when we talked to him a little bit over two years ago he was at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. And I'm especially appreciative. Jay Talking to us because I know that not at twelve midnight tonight our last night actually. He was at work collecting data. And we are at about four o'clock clock in the afternoon so I suspect we've got about thirty five or forty minutes before Dr Dos Falls Asleep Jay. Thanks for taking time to talk to moving to live once again. Yeah thanks for having me. Dan Rather than fail baseball player. I prefer to be called aggressively mediocre so aggressively and actually. I'm looking at Doctor Ause. He's hugged a zoom camera and he's got his trophies behind on his office wall in Oklahoma State. There's so many. What are the things that I always like to ask people when I interview them for moving to live whether it's the first time or whether it's the second time is you're stuck in an elevator? You've got your Oklahoma Oklahoma state. T. Shirt on and somebody says you know. So what do you do there. And what's your order. Plague Elevator speech. I'm Dr J. Dawes and I take it from there yeah you it's. It's tough to summarize but in a nutshell I'm assistant professor of exercise are applied exercise science with primary emphasis in research on human human performance optimization for the tactical athlete so once we're short that means is here Oklahoma State I spend about fifty percent of my time time. In a teaching role so I teach courses one undergraduate when Bradford a mentor a handful of PhD. As well as master's students and try to kind of Help Guide them through the research process and But basically helped them can achieve. Their academic goals are Then in addition to that forty I and my job is doing a research in a variety of different areas in about ten percent my time is spent doing service and that service Is really a pretty broad autumn real for a whole variety of things as far as No giving back basically to our department here at the university The university as a whole the College George as well as the community and I know one of the questions I want to get out of the way because I think it's interesting very often when you see articles about college. Professors is there like you just said I teach two classes and they say oh well you know you show twice a week you know you show up twice a week and maybe spend ten minutes beforehand or hand prepping but that's not exactly true. We'll get a little bit more into the teaching. I know that we had to reschedule. This because you said look. I don't WanNa do at seven o'clock in the morning because I'm working midnight tonight. Why were you working at midnight when that's other than people who do shift work not something that you commonly think of when you talk about college professors or even strength coaches? Yeah the I mean in reality. The people that I do a lot of research with our people that were shifts so You know in order to try and help serve them as best. I can accommodate their schedules. Federal's you know. Sometimes you have north towers that you have to accommodate and fortunately it's one of those things where I actually do generally love my job and you know going going in and doing testing for midnight till two thirty a M is actually a joy believe it or not and not that it is something that I actually doing collects at all said and I was kind of a cool story is not too many people. Do you know going at midnight and and do research with people doing cool things so I know you said you're associated are skewing assistant professor. You've socially professor but now nonexistent again so that's a nice way to segue you're at a different institution and and a lot of times. You think somebody gets tenure track job and they say okay. I'm set here for life. And your a different institution. You were tenured. You were an associate a professor which is kind of the middle level assistant associate full professor and from all aspects you know had a pretty sweet gig and you made a decision to pack up with your family and move him a couple of states not halfway across the country but a couple of states away to Oklahoma State University. You know how did how did that come about. What was the decision? Asian that Brought that on yeah. It's one of those things where this position that on now is was my dream job. Twenty years ago as far as from an academic perspective active It was one of those positions that I wanted it but I never thought I would have the opportunity to to get it and so Couple years ago actually approached by a couple of people in the -partment who were my mentors and they said hey you know we we have a position open really like it. Apply and You know at that point in time knows associate professors full tenure position. You know it's it's Kinda hard to think about weighing that out walk away from it but quite honestly a again with the the people that are here on the team that we have and the opportunities state provides is one of those things where you know I always would. I would have always regretted if I hadn't made a job and you know even taking a step back as far as rank is well worth the the opportunity here and getting to work with the team. That's just a phenomenal. A table No it's one of the things we're coming into work everyday working with a team like this. It's you know it's a true collaborative environment. Everybody's rooting pulling for one. Another and system. tastic in there is something to be said for People from Oklahoma I don't know if they're just able here I say that being in Oklahoma obviously a little bit biased. But I think what you also have and said you're at Oklahoma state now and that's where you did. Your Undergrad also correct. No I did not. I did my Masters Ama- PhD State. So I I probably one of those professors I interested in the top one percent actually get go just go back to their alma mater and nt so as far as university goes it's hard to imagine me being more invested That I could possibly be here so and I know one of the other things is that people often think about you know as much as we'd like it to be college professors aren't at the upper echelon of what they bring in money and I know from talking with you when you you were thinking about making the move one of the things that kind of made his attractive is the opportunity for your kids to potentially go to Oklahoma state also. Yeah you know that was one of the major benefits is the the tuition issue here. So you know that that will certainly help out financially in the long run and Also gave me some favor with my father and Aucas Was Oklahoma state as well. Now that pretty much guaranteed him three grandchildren. That will graduate from Oklahoma State He's you know. Give me a little bit extra favor on that. So and of course I know is somebody who went to Auburn University. Where Auburn and Alabama were bitter rivals? My question would be what happens if one of your kids figures out a way that they want to go to Oklahoma the home. well as I said before they can go wherever they want. Their money's going to Oklahoma state. So that's why we're talking with Dr J.. Dawes who is was it Oklahoma state. You mentioned getting the interview that your three main areas of responsibility or teaching research and service and I think a lot of times people think think of college professors. They think that either. They don't do any teaching at all and they do all research or they do all research and a higher adjuncts or temporary faculty faculty to do the teaching but was really never talked about a whole lot as the service that I'm wondering if you could talk a little bit more because you've been at two different institutions what exactly for you specifically constitutes a service and I think one of the things that's important for listeners if they're thinking about going into academia or they don't understand it is you don't get additional money for this. This is part of your responsibility. And it's one of those things if it's anything like the positions that I've been at and currently it's kind of a gray area so you almost have to in some instances use your imagination and not in a negative way but sell it or explain to people who maybe don't understand what your expertise is. Look this. This is.

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"state university" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"state university" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Was like that in a good response to our. Did you have a background in performing arts. Is that why you went off. If the Hewlett yeah so born and raised in four Texas grew up pretty serious competitive dancer on my life I I tried other sports parts. You know try to be well rounded wasn't for me. I always wanted to be a striker in soccer way too. Slow supplementing the goal. That was way too stressful right. Ah gave him a standing goal and dance. I was probably that kid out there and just be bopping around on board move. A sitting are us not sitting right now. Mike Oh yeah. That's what we do this because that would just complete the chair. So what type of dance. What was your background? A little bit of everything by Jazz Contemporary Tap clogging and we're actually going to a brew house later we'll be doing some clogging there as well a little different wooden shoes. No wooden shoes. Oh sorry just lose taps right yeah a little bit of everything you were also super excited when you were in school you were the cheer captain. Captain Yep there's Google man the final Yup Yup sure leading or is this cheer like like like the PEP squad. Cheer Captain Matt So cheerleading like high high school. Okay HEP squad pets. I don't know I anti competitive cheerleading was the AV squad trust me. There was nothing that I saw that when I met you that makes sense you kind of got that personality to motivate arms really loud or. You're just really loud about. I've been told that as well. There was a story story that I wanted you to tell your working with a patient who who was having a hard time doing any exercise and you eventually convince them to do the exercise after convincing them a long time you got them to do a lunge and a lunch that was a big step forward that Ah yeah very large set for I'll right so the funny part of the story. This is a real stories right so you're demonstrating a lunch for patient. Don't in something went awry. Yes it was probably a little bit more aesthetically pleasing very large lunge went down very loud. God that's not being sound in the middle of that. How are you feeling in that particular moment Did I just hear that. There is is a long pause and then we both may dislike loud enough for the patient here as well. I did not know that allowed pants wearing that day. I'm not sure what happens. A A lot of awkwardness because it was also a male when I was working with. I think I'm gonNA need a minute. Their situation and I think you understand. What's what's happening? So I rent found a jacket and had a tight around my waist for the rest of the day person tonight at least the last patient of the day right but the lesson we wanted to make sure we imparted was always have a backup pair of pants with you at work whether it's in your backpack or on your desk drawer. Yeah Oh he's got to have a backup so talk about why you decided to go and get further education in performing arts. Go back to the serious part of the interview. We'll get off the split pants but I'm sure that happens in performing arts to talk about why you chose to do advance it more school and more time. Why did you decide to do that? So I went through schooling went through all programing felt really confident in who I was and what I wanted to do but I knew I wanted to be better. I knew I wanted to be the best. Something one of my professors always told me it was like. Do you think that you would send your grandma to that person if they needed physical therapy so I wanted to be the person that someone who wants to send their grandparent to and said this is the best person I know. It's going to take care of you and that's going to get the job done so with knowing that there was extra programming that would put special attention on me. That would push me. That would teach me things that would really progress. My clinical reasoning. Not just my hand skills. Not just my people skills but really push wish me to the place. I wanted to be faster. Yeah how long. How long has the program? Oh She's Brooklyn Sixteen months for the residencies in fellowship is a year and we. Where are you in that you're in the six weeks? Wow light at the end of the tunnel off. You gotta be careful though because the tunnel could be a train. We're giving more split pants. Yeah so I'll ask you the same question right so before. You mentioned that that point you wanted you wanted to be the best physical therapists. You could be one someone. Someone would send their grandmother. To what advice would your now self. Give that person before you made that decision. Think of your why. Why are you doing it? Why are you here you know most of? Let's get into the job because you want to help people go into PT School. But then you don't sleep eating right. You're stressed out and you can kind of lose sight of Your Y. Hi My so my wife was to help people and to be the best I could really. I didn't think he would give me a shot. That was one of the last things I had submitted. Was You know I'm going to shoot for Ohio. How does text is grow? Maybe she'll go to Ohio and I got the phone call in February now sitting outside and shorts and tee shirt and the director called me and said Hey. Do you want to come up to to a high for an interview and I go. I guess so. That is a map. We've got Texas not Texas in February and go. Yeah like okay. What's the weather up there? And she was like your need to cut I go. I think I've got sweatshirt and she's like well. I'll bring our you Jackie Jackie. When you go ahead convertible would absolutely you know almost like the flyaways so the dreams are not impossible stuff that you go through is as for a purpose for awhile so just make sure that you're focusing on that and you'll get to where you want to be a great one? Yeah what's your for that. We'll let that that'll be your parting. Shots nailed elder all right. Let's say one more time from work. This is the PT podcast. This live episode is brought to you by new step. The created created the first product of its kind twenty five years ago with the new step recumbent cross trainer which is now a mainstay with physical therapists worldwide. New Step continues its tradition of innovation with the new step transit. The new step transit uses advanced software and hardware to help you get your patients better faster. New Step transit delivers real time. biofeedback for awareness of physical performance and the ability to objectively track goals and progress find out more visit new step dot com. That's N. U. Step Dot com this the PT podcast. What's your to? Our next guest is a third year student. Physical Therapist here at the Ohio State University. She had a career as a professional dancer prior to choosing a career. PT And now as an interest in working with the neurologic population please welcome welcome Kayla Harris for a second. I got super nervous that something was structurally wrong with this building. Uh when I did it got reloaded near like that. The students supporting each other. Welcome to the program. Welcome to the program or those on. This is on right. Okay so I mentioned your incher. Although I don't know if anybody in the room could hear your professional career and professional dance before coming to school Gupta I did so I feel like I'm Kinda GonNa tell Morgan story a little bit here deal but now I grew up dancing. I went to college. Dance for my Undergrad and then I danced professionally for five years after that and then new I wanted to explore movement and I knew kind of way and here I am yeah. That's pretty cool. The chose not to do that. What about those two professions that you've been exposed to in dance and now as a student physical therapist We're of a similarities. Where differences look at question so I think part of the reason that I loved dance so much on the same thing. Like we're GONNA try a bunch of different sports but that kind of sucked at all of them and dancing was like the one thing that I was like. Oh this this is really cool until I always felt like I was athletic and I liked.

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"state university" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"state university" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"But if you're paying attention if you're not paying attention to the opposite you're not not even paying attention with the patient's name is they pick up on the absolute. What's your football love? The PT Pine Cast. Yes yes the show Joe telling a friend or by leaving review on nineteen or Google. Play all right. We've got a few more student physical therapists coming up to the stage. Now it's here for these ladies man. I gotta get an entourage like that. That's pretty good all right ladies. Introduce yourselves resolves. I'm Kara I'm a third year and I'm from. I lived in Ohio my whole life. I'm from southeastern Ohio. Near West Virginia and I did my Undergrad and athletic training in northeastern Tayo. And then now I'm here now you're here. I'm a second year Owen Owen on. Oh okay that's fine. I'll editor Sal. Okay we're introduce yourself south there. We go I'm kristen. I'm a second year and I'm from chillicothe the Ohio's a little bit smaller watch. They lost more than Columbus. I so we bring you guys up to talk about something that you so you guys take pretty seriously here. The Ohio State University but it's also a national and international initiative. What are you guys really excited about? We're just really excited about service service in general We have our own service committee here at Ohio State and so it's something that's really important to us but then. PT Day of service that international aspect is really really important to be a part of as well so we have our own service events throughout the year but services really a day to schedule a whole bunch of events throughout the week. Yeah yeah there was a bunch of a state students at the national student. Conclave right you guys. We're out there. Show hands there. You go and you guys got to to hear Josh Dangelo Story. What are the guys who founded hip? Dave service I didn't know part of that story. It was really really unique. If you want to go and listen to that episode. This is me pimping my own show in my own show very Meta but it was really great to see the why behind. PTA of service. And the reason I want Josh to tell a story in that format was for students coming in right now there's just kind of always been PD day of service but at one point there wasn't day service he had to create it What about what about service so far here at Ohio state has really really excited you to the point where you're talking about the show? It's really nice to see like the impact even that we can make those short few hours like so far this year we volunteered at a food pantry. We also went and served meals at a Homeless shelter and then we also volunteered at this like local community garden and we just did a lot of stuff like at the garden landscaping. And it's just like a really cool opportunity early and you can tell that. The People are very appreciative. So it just like we build those relationships with them and it makes us wanNA come back and it just kind of makes you feel good. You know you're making an impact. Yeah that's just a just make some noise if you were part of that so decent. How do you guys pick because you guys have done some different initiatives over the years through? Pta Service how do you guys pick gets mainly by feedback from the year before so we tried the farm that we helped out with. Everybody loves that event so we tried to make that happen again this year but also have a couple of community partners like I mentioned earlier that we do Events throughout the year. So we try to coordinate with them as well and then just based on student votes so that you guys done the past I wanted to. How these differ? You guys created holiday cards around Christmas and brought them to residents at Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital title. You guys worked with Donald House charities which is near and dear to my heart and I want to talk about the laundry project. The name kind of confused me but it's really cool. Yeah so the laundry project as an organization where it helps low income families like do their laundry so they have these different events laundromats and people can come in and the laundry project project will pay for their laundry. They'll supply the detergent. They'll help them do it. And like those people a lot of the times like they announced that those events are going to happen but a lot of times. The people like don't realize is it. And so when they come in there and they realize that their lawn is going to be paid for their like really ecstatic about it and so people go like tell their friends and then they'll bring their neighbors and their friends and they'll all get their laundry dining so it's it's a really cool experience. It's a really really good way to set someone up for success right and you guys ever backpack like in Europe breath or go camping for like more than like not glancing. I mean like actual camping where you have to bring your own food and just that feeling of like just living in I mean I did it delivered and dirty clothes when I first saw vanillin like these guys are doing laundry. How does that relate But that's a great way to work in the community. So good on you guys what would you say to someone listening. Or maybe first years who right now are just kind of bright eyed and deer in headlights of why they should get involved with PTA service in the future. Well we have service requirements throughout our program so we have our own student clinic and so it's a great opportunity to to be a part of physical therapy and serving underserved populations in the community as well as having some service learning events but these PTA of service events or something outside of the field of physical therapy so it gives you another opportunity to get out in the community serve with your classmates or with your professors as well. That's always fun to have them there or some other. PT's just from the OSU system in general. So I think just taking that extra minute to invest in the community and just kind of hit on your values and things that are important portent in life in general and just get away from PT schools. Yeah I think I said this top of the show you start to see things that are themes that were not planned talking about values. We're talking about getting getting something from you know doing something and having that resume and I think that was kind of all throughout what all of you and actually brought so good on you guys for doing that. What's your ladies talking about? PD serving the PT. PODCAST is a product of PT Podcast LLC it is hosted and produced by PT PT. podcast CEO Jim McKay and Cbo Sky Donovan from Marymount University we talk PT. Drink beer and recorded this has been another poor from PT PODCAST PD intended for educational purposes. Only no clinical decision making should be based solely on one source care is taken to ensure accuracy factual errors can be present more on the show at Tynecastle DOT com. All right shoulder they brought to you by the Brooks Institute of Higher Learning in Innovator and providing advanced post professional education education brooks. 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"state university" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"state university" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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