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It's What You DON'T Do That Will Keep You Happy
"Just indulging whenever you want, doesn't keep you happy. And the message that we should be giving college freshman at the university of Arizona is not that your parents are the worst people ever and that what you were taught was a lie. Instead it should be this. It's what you don't do at the university of Arizona that will keep you happy. That's what kids do to hear. It's the parties you don't go to. It's the drugs you don't try. It's the drinks you don't, you don't have. It's the relationships you don't engage with. It's being able to say no and have self control. That's actually going to keep you free. Not the other one. It's the other way around, right? It's that no freedom is indulging. Freedom is being young only once or whatever Yolo, you only live once. Then, maybe when you're young, you can get away with it. Maybe you get it out of your system. Don't recommend it, but whatever. But you start to realize that I need to do more the next time to try to make it feel as exciting. It was the last time. It's like all of a sudden the guardrails start. Yeah, it's like the window starts to change. It's like, I have to do myself a little bit. And this is one of the things I could get a little bit into dating and all that stuff. We've always gets people's attention. I won't say this to young women, but young women will appreciate what I'm saying. I'll talk to young men. So I always say this and all the young ladies always applaud when I say this. I say young men, you gotta get your act together. You gotta get your act together, and all the young ladies are like, oh yes, absolutely. So a lot of young men are directionless. It's like prolonged adolescence, right? It's mature infants, right? And so but it's not all young men's fault, by the way, because they live in a society that coddles them that tantalizes them and emasculates them, right? But you want to know a characteristic that young women want to find in men, it's a young man that can control himself. It's a young man that can go 90 days without drinking. It's a young man that can say no to all the other pressures. Because if someone's like, wow, if he's able to say, no to somebody else will make good decisions and he'll be able to protect me. Like, that's a really cool
41% of Undergraduates Drop out From College in the US
"How many of you know someone that dropped out of college raised your hand? Yeah. 41% of people that go to college drop out 41%. We have way too many people going to college in this country, and no one wants to say it out loud. I guarantee you if I went person by person here, college could have a college kid. You'd say, oh yeah, that class is a waste of time. That class is a waste of money, right? Am I correct? To scam. You do not need the degree to succeed unless you're in a couple very finite fields. Doctor lawyer, engineer, psychology, nothing against you. You're probably not going to get a job in that field. It's true. And so then you have resentment of 28 year olds that study something and they're like, this was useless. So I got to go find a whole new way to retrain myself. And by the time they're 29, they look at their parents who are then lecturing them like why don't you have your life together? I was 29. I was moving up in this company and all this was so nice and so easy. Hold on a second. Have you seen the price of
Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create
"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in
This Is What You Can Do to Save America
"People ask me all the time they say Charlie, what can I do actually to save the country? And they're like, I do everything I've been told. I watched Tucker Carlson, I bought the pillow, like I did everything I was supposed to do, right? By the way, promo code Kirk at my pillow dot com, the circulation. No, seriously. And if you guys are moving in as a high school to college kids, the best Giza dream sheets you could imagine. But no, in all seriousness, it's kind of one of these questions of what else can I do to save the country? And this is why I think that our turning point USA activists are doing such a meaningful difference honestly. Because you've done the most important thing as a start, which is you've decided to be the same person in public that you are in private. And you want to know one of the biggest issues we have in America is that we have 75 million people a large percentage of that they're afraid to tell. Anyone else that they're a conservative out of fear of being fired? Be fear being mocked and ridiculed, and they're right. And that doesn't mean you shouldn't speak out. So people say a lot, they say, Charlie, you know, if only my fraternity or sorority knew that I was a conservative guy, I'd get kicked out. Or my friends would know. Or my boss would know. And you think yourself, are you really free in that sense that you always kind of have to wear a different uniform or you have to kind of change what camouflage you put on when you leave your apartment or your house? And one of the things that people complain about, most is cancel culture. I hate the term. I never liked cancel culture. I think it's overly simplistic quite honestly. But the reason why cancel culture, whatever, however you want to define it is powerful is partially because we make it so, is partially because we allow the other people to have a lot of power over our lives. Is that we say, okay, I'll speak out, but if it means that I might get called a bad name, then maybe I'm just kind of sit down and let someone speak for me. And the most important thing that I want you to take away from the speech tonight is that you want you want in your life to try to be a free person in the sense that you don't have to pretend that people around you or something you're
Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?
"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,
Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving
"President Joe Biden is wishing Americans a happy and closer to normal thanksgiving this is always a special time in America but this year the blessings of thanks commuters are specially made for the president and First Lady Jill Biden made their greeting in a video recorded earlier this week after being apart last year we have a new appreciation for those little moments we can't plan or replicate the music of laughter in a warm full kitchen the thump of small feet making big sounds it's the second thanksgiving celebrated in the shadow of the corona virus pandemic which according to Johns Hopkins university's count has seen more than seven hundred and seventy five thousand Americans died from covert nineteen as we give thanks for what we have we also keep in our hearts those who we lost in those lost so much I'm Ben Thomas
Macy's Thanksgiving parade returns, with all the trimmings
"Crimped by the corona virus pandemic last year the Macy's thanksgiving day parade was totally back this time there was a drumline at the university of Alabama's band spectators like this site Hey shut out in twenty twenty lined the route again feels really phenomenal to be here feels like New York is on its way to recovery which feels fantastic so many people and families out and they all got to enjoy balloons floats marching bands clowns and performers and of course Santa Claus I'm what turned out to be a beautiful day it was wonderful it was really exciting to see everyone out and about and go by there so big so it was exciting to see I'm Shelley Adler
New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks
"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn
Suspect Released From Jail Days Before Parade Tragedy
"The Milwaukee prosecutor. The DA, what he had done was free. He had been freed on a $1000 bond. He has a record of incredible violence. He tried to run over. Was his girlfriend? Yes. Brooks had a long rap sheet, Wall Street Journal, and the Milwaukee county district attorney's office said he had been out on a $1000 bond. What is the bummed for those who participated in the January 6th events in the capital? There is no pond. We're living in an increasingly dictatorial country because of the left. The only reason you would not acknowledge that is you are afraid to. It's very hard to acknowledge at a certain point in life you've been wrong your whole life. In thinking that the Democratic Party was a force for good, or that The New York Times was a truth teller. Or that universities were positive educational experiences and gave wisdom. It's very hard. My heart breaks for such people. There's a book about such people. The God that failed. It's written by people who believed in communism in the 30s and 40s. When you believe in something your whole life and you then you realize, like this teacher, who wrote this piece that I will read to you. I so admired my shallow teachers and the teaching profession and the teachers union. And then I was awakened. Most of my fellow teachers are morons.
Speaker Newt Gingrich Describes the Power of 'Cheerful Resistance'
"Speaker Newt Gingrich welcome to America first one on one. Well, thank you very much and with that kind of an overwhelming introduction. How could I do anything with be happy to be with you? Well, we don't even need we shouldn't need to introduce you. I have this short bio that's on the back of your new book beyond Biden. I'll just mention one thing author of 41 books that enough said right there. I heard you speak just a few days ago at the museum of the Bible here in Washington, D.C. an amazing institution, where some great people from Liberty University and elsewhere, Doug the groot and the former Republican congressman Dave brat had an idea for a new contract with America like the one you penned this time for the business interests that are so stymied by this new administration. And let's start with what you said during that invigorating speech. You talked about the need for a positive attitude. The cheery attitude taught us about how the concept of the happy warrior. So embodied by Ronald Reagan is all the more important now in a post COVID age and with the trillions of dollars we see being wasted on Capitol Hill. I think one of my favorite terms is cheerful persistence. I think anything big at thanks persistence, but if you're cheerful, you are dramatically more likely to have people helping you get there. And I think that the objective fact is that 330 million free people, each endowed by their creator with the right to pursue happiness creates such momentum of creativity and excitement and enthusiasm and energy that despite the best efforts of the totalitarians on the left and the big government socialists and the woke radicals that in the end of free people went
Waukesha Christmas Parade Attack: 5 Dead, 48 Injured
"I want to talk for a moment about the terror attack, I think it was a terror attack. Would you agree? Yeah. In Wisconsin. Yeah, well, I'm surprising now, but I very rarely surmise. I'm known for waiting and people sometimes want comments from me immediately and us have to wait till the facts are in. Well, let me put a big if. If everything that has been reported is accurate, that a black lifelong criminal decided to murder as many people as possible. I presume all are nearly all were white. And that it happened in Wisconsin the week after Kyle this is what's his last name. Right now. Kyle Kyle rittenhouse was declared not guilty. Days, yeah, days after. I think it's fair to say that we have here a case of desire to murder people because he was a terrible human being to begin with. And was taught by the black and white left to hate whites. A few deny that you're lying to yourself and I have no possible way to handle that. That is one that is one form. Of pathology that I can not deal with. If you lie to yourself, I have no hope. You can't say whites are racist, all whites are racist, which is what every one of your kids is taught at 99% of the universities that your kids might attend. All whites are racist, the country is systemically racist, black men are in jail for no good reason and that it's not affect a certain percentage of blacks who will then have such anger at lights as to desire to harm them.
US climate pledge faces test in Senate with global impact
"The United States international climate pledges facing a test in the Senate that will have global influence after United Nations climate talks in Scotland the buy did ministration faces the test of a filling promises to invest for a new era of clean energy the house passed a roughly one point eight five trillion dollars social policy climate bill Friday including five hundred fifty five billion for cleaner energy but the bill must quiz through the Senate by the narrowest of margins to get past climate scientist an energy analyst Zeke house father says that modeling by researchers at Princeton University and elsewhere fine said of Biden's package passes the U. S. will still miss the target of cutting fossil fuel emissions in half by the end of this decade by about five percent if the bill fails entirely that falls to twenty percent house mother says market forces making renewable energy ever cheaper will help carry that it states a lot of the way but it will be harder for the US to convince other countries like China and India to follow through on their climate commitments if we're unable to follow through on our own promises Jennifer king Washington
Kevin McCullough on the Nuances of Unrest in Kenosha, WI
"Today right now is Kevin McCullough. He's talking about the Kyle whitton written house written house verdict that just came in just about an hour or so ago. And let's continue on with that with Kevin McCallum. Kevin? Well, we were talking before the break a little bit about the dynamic. I think the media really missed on this because when you're talking about police violence in New York or Chicago or Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, LA, you're talking about a very different dynamic than you are in Kenosha Wisconsin. I've been to Kenosha Wisconsin, a bunch of times. It is a college town. You have the big university of Wisconsin there. You have the it is in essence. It is a city technically, but it is in the middle of farmland. And you don't have people just rolling up to go protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin on a regular basis. There's a very different sort of vibe and feel. And when people are saying, why would Kyle rittenhouse who didn't live in the exact neighborhood where this went down? Why would he come over there to do that? Well, in the Midwest, farmers have each other's back in small towns look out for one another, and so forth. And by the same standard, if you had these protesters bust in causing the perpetrated and very intentional chaos that they were trying to create, then why wouldn't people that were from the region also say, well, wait a minute, not in my house. I'm not going to let this go down. So I think the media fundamentally misunderstood the fabric of who they were covering and where it was from, but they also obviously got it quite wrong in that the prosecutors just did not have they didn't have much of a case. When you have one of the victims saying that he pointed a gun at the accused and has to admit that, you know, he had basically threatened him by pointing the gun at him. That's an immediate wash. I'm surprised that the judge didn't almost at that point throw that case out completely just on
How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley
"Their owners founder Elizabeth Holmes has taken the stand at her trial you can't tell your side of the reporters trailed Elizabeth Holmes as you looked at federal courthouse in San Jose California the fall in Silicon Valley star took the stand late Friday afternoon in her trial for criminal fraud will back again on Monday the former entrepreneur will attempt to refute allegations by federal prosecutors that she bamboozled investors and patients about her start up Theranos and blood testing machine called Edison that she claimed would reshape health care homes began her testimony by recounting her early years as a student at Stanford University her interest in disease detection while working with the respected chemistry professor who later joined the company she talked about dropping out of school at the age of nineteen and convincing her parents let her use your college savings to found a startup the government's evidence included internal documents and emails and
Rep. Jim Jordan: Are We the Third Generation to Do Something Big?
"We're in a culture war They run the colleges and universities They run the media They run academia I mean even at the lower levels with the unions et cetera And we're going to have to start figuring out how to get involved in these aspects of our society The parents showed us what the school boards we need to get into the shareholder meetings with these corporations We need to claw back funds from colleges and universities who are producing and giving tenured to true outspoken marxists In other words we have to go on offense don't you think Yes It often speaks deep into my background in the sport of wrestling You stand around the sport of wrestling you don't get your tail kick You have to go on the offense That's the only way you win anything So look I look at history Someone said this Maybe we got this from New York I can't remember but someone said every third generation in this country has done something big Who had the founders who started this experiment freedom we call America Three generations later Lincoln held the country together We got rid of the evil of slavery three generations after that We had the greatest generation beat the evil of Nazi Germany and imperial Japan and now here we are Three generations later and maybe the way the good lord has it it's our turn to do something big and start to stop this march to communism that we see the left putting us
Charlie and Trial Witness Drew Hernandez React to Rittenhouse Verdict
"We the jury find the defendant, Kyle H rittenhouse, not guilty. As to the 5th count of the information gauge grows cores. We the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not guilty. Members of the jury are these your unanimous verdicts? They are unanimous verdicts. Yeah, that makes me want to cry, bro I mean, I'm getting emotional because being directly involved with this, you one thing I will say is when I was test when I was testifying I don't want to make this about me, but I want people to understand the evil that's involved with this. When I was testifying Charlie on the stand and the prosecution, I don't know if the tape caught this, but when the prosecutors, every time I would say rioter vandal, Luther, anytime I would say the truth, they would just laugh at me and shake their head. And during the middle of that while I was testifying, it just dawned on me like this is this is evil. This is evil because I know what the truth is and these people are laughing at me like I'm lying. When in reality, it's them laughing at the truth. It's inverted. It's backwards. And people need to understand this is the reality of the evil that's in the justice system. And today it's Kyle rittenhouse, but tomorrow it could be you. And that's right. And what Kyle represented was a test of the integrity of our system. Which is our system still one that allows due process, the rule of law, cross examination of witnesses, checks and balances, and some people say no. Some people's our courts are all rigged. They're still a remnant. And that remnant, he happened to get a good judgment. He could have got a university Wisconsin Madison, young radical, right? I mean, absolutely. The judge was
Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist
"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a
Corporations Now Bow Down to the Marxists
"It's shocking And more and more of the corporations let me tell you a little secret Like so many of you I used to defend these corporations because all they are Are legal creations that allow individuals to operate freely To build things to create things to produce things to develop things to sell things to purchase things That's all And aggregate or a collection of individuals who invest who make What's wrong with that And of course there would be attacked because of their belief in capitalism But not anymore Not anymore These corporations are now run by corporatists Their CEOs their COOs their CFOs their board members These are corporatists Many of them come out of the same colleges and universities and graduate schools as the other American marxists Many of them are just bowing to the mob because they think it's good for business But either way it's corrupt When you look back at the John D. Rockefeller's when you look back at the vanderbilts when you look back at the great the great capitalist the industrialists Of course you're now supposed to hate them
"university of" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"So middle solid and the third category said were i'd remnants without ability to focus and remarkable Students chose the most popular subject. Smith met this does not suggest people laugh where wild lana doing. Professional degrees the average agent students with older Began sixteen older than many often colleges in america and a lot of these colleges were basically just teaching high school. Ah evil raising as long as you can. Translate the bible and greek. You guess harvard. John trumbull artists could have gotten away with twelve because he was that good translations but it was realized is too young so these are these are much over to them. 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"university of" Discussed on Hack
"Meanest allen tosh later in the program too long time to move to online the now. I think it's found pretty comfortable spot. Is these special show in universities. And how they've changed. During covert struggling to refinancial issues. You need civil different. During the pandemic online classes group assignments they even harder and making friends. Heating the uni pob and getting into student. Life is pretty tough. so what will you need. Look like next year. We'll things return or change forever. Tamsin rose has been looking into this whole my group assignments not into really bad at the moment. That will ever made georgie. She's twenty two studying by technology and sociology at swim. Bernini in melbourne. It's been very difficult. Just because it's online. I feel like that's shed with everyone. Lack that's disability specific. It's just gonna nightmare for everyone. Georgia's got ls dan los syndrome a really rare hereditary disorder that affects her body's connective tissues and collagen on a bad day. I might have a lot of dislocations. And i can't actually get outta bed because i'm sure soul another bad day my stomach's playing up and i'm throwing up in kennedy bed. Because i'm like heaps of students with disabilities giorgis always wanted access to online lectures and tutorials those bad days when getting to campus just isn't possible we kept getting told nar it's too hod. We can't do that. It's more racehorses. And then they were able to do it within a weight and it just kind of same lack. We're an often thought soy. She's happy that dependent because proven that online classes can work and she wants them to stay as an option. We'd some improvements like closed captions on all materials. But at the same time. She wants to get back my fourth semester. Now that's been online. And i'm just over it like it's come a very real facts that i probably finishes the gray without spending a lotta time on campus. And it's not just georgia who's had they uni. Life flipped completely upside down. Thanks to the pandemic. it's students. Adult of also really struggled with being pencil behind his load of distractions and whatnot. Adjusting pot of it was probably the more difficult pop which is trying to find motivation or margaret. Stiffly could did. Just get into all lines. You don't feel like one extra with them. A lot of students have struggled. Socially econom- lose that interactive something. That's super important online. Education's a wonderful wide or means traditional university education but increasingly. It's being used not walkman but the substitute that the strategy institute chafe economist. Dr richard dennis and he's worried if online learning outweighs face to face classes. Also you knees won't be anywhere near as attractive as they will on the other side of covet. If we're going to tell students that really this can be done online. Really nine come to campus. Then then why would foreign students choose australian university. Why wouldn't be for example. Just online courses from harvard or cambridge university's had scrapped hundreds of courses and majors and the sectors lost. At least seventeen thousand jobs. Mostly women casuals. Dr. dennis be as we could have lost the next generation of educators and researchers to better paid more secure jobs. Destroyer wants to create a long term research culture. You'd think would be offering sikua word to our best. Research is not more insecure workers. Last year the federal government also changed the cost of psalm degrades to make more of what it called job. Ready graduates growing industries humanities degrees off and law got more expensive in science engineering and nursing got shaper. We have two very camp in trivializing the values and knots degrade or a lord agree or any degree. That's really just whipping people with jin sinking reading and writing skills. Dr dentists reckons. The jobs market is moving way quicker than the government is thinking. I'd always pushing a student to be very careful of doing a full year degraded. Prepare them for their first job. 'cause guaranteed this full job probably be quite different and there's another major change on the way for younis next year you might need to prove. You've been jabbed if you want to get back to class dakin unmown. Asha already made it compulsory for all students staff and visitors to have two jobs by early november if a university was to make the vaccines trade. You would want to scenario whereby somebody had ten o'clock lecture could know that i could safely tighten up on campus at eight thirty and dropping and get vaccinated dr kenny atwells vaccine mandates specialist at the university of w. a. She reckons it needs to be super easy to get the job on campus whether it's mandatory on knowledge and she doesn't wanna see unicef off policing it given the perilous state of the higher education sector. We definitely wanna see any of that. Administrative implied from frontline workers in the university sector even with some online classes sticking about and possible jab mandates pretty much every student. We talked to you for this story. Wanted to get back to campus live blues. Tactile feeling olding something. You'll making something sitting across from discussing. Something real melvin architecture student. Sam started his degree in twenty nine so he had a bit of time to make friends it since then not played any ongoing connections from study online. That's doable repays banging to get back to make mates and finishes degree. How he'd imagined doing the whole thing. I've changed my study plan. And i am pod time now and i've p- referenced certain things i definitely want to face to face and pinning them on going back to kansas next via hack on triple j timpson. Roy's the humble on the hack. Facebook says i've been uni online for the entirety of my studies at its short on having face to face conversations with teachers offer. Students is a huge part of that. Caroline says i've teaching university subjects online for two years weirdly. I've found that the students are actually more participatory on zoom then in the physical classroom. That's really interesting. Megan has said as a nursing student. We missed out on nearly a whole semester of practical skills. When the pandemic vest he'd i was so devastated about missing my anatomy classes in the lab. So one way you needs will change. Going forward is to do with freedom of speech. Interestingly so the governments created a free speech code saying if someone on a unique campus says something which offends all shock. Someone than i can still say it freely. It's happening while the high court has ruled. The firing of james cook university academic for being a climate skeptic was allowed federal education minister. Alain taj is still with us municipal governments. Free speech code has just been adopted by every union the country. Can you give us some actual examples of views that you think are being silenced at universities that you'll concerned.
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"We the uni degree we've got to talk about the cash problem sir. International students a worth soil much to these stralia economy. Nearly forty billion dollars a year. And they keep you going financially. Giving local students in education basically but obvious covered raisins. Enrollments of those students have dropped next year. I'll down by a third shalala madeira reports. I joined the university of sydney in separate twenty and things quite normal back then. Ashra peruzzi had just arrived in australia to start degree when covert struck. My parents started panicking when they heard that india might be closing. Its blood is soon the asked me if i could come back once. I cleared it with her unique and heard her student. Visa would still be valid. She packed her bags and returned home. She's been studying online ever since. But it's been really tough. Offshore international students in particular have been feeling extremely extremely anxious and a lot of them are also suffering with depression. I shrieked said deciding to come to australia. To study is a big deal. Students leave their homes their families and their jobs to make the move. It costs up to forty five grand for an undergraduate degree and fifty grand for masters also take up huge Student loans which have an interest rate of two percent and right. Now there's not a lot of certainty about when they'll be able to come back. They're not so sure about their own futures. What's going to happen to them. And how employable they would be. After the end of this. Entire pandemic ashra is one of the tens of thousands of international students currently locked out of australia. Ju to the pandemic they're paying top dullest study but can't get back in there about twenty thousand national students at any one time one hundred forty thousand dollars wraps country they they people who've usually urine back in such a little bit on the katrina jackson heads up universities australia. She said the last eighteen months also have been super tough for the university sector up one point. Five billion dollars revenue lost last year of sector opportunities about two billion dollars lost this year because of the combined including student pawns when the borders i shot last year the sector was worried that international students would just stop coming numbers. That worry me a commencement. So we're about a third down on way. We was intimations jeans. That's i at the start of the. She painted twenty nine teen. Probably part of the problem. Is that the australian government basically hung up a. We're closed sign when the pandemic i hit and at the same time you had countries like canada. Who were putting very different message about welcoming students in simon costain heads up. Go study australia. He says international students a really sensitive to the message implant by government. The sentiment change very very quickly and canada moved to becoming the most popular destination for nearly every nationality and uncertainty is a huge factor too. But he says as soon as new south wales announced it would let people back in popularity picked up again since then out. Overseas offices have had a flurry of activity of people. Because there's a perception that borders will open at the end of this year and that's probably for the best because higher education is worth big money in australia fourth largest export after i an oil coal and natural gas and nets us nearly forty billion dollars a year. Thirty percent drop might not sound shoot joel as big as anticipated I think that we're gonna see a long term impact if we're not improving the quality of courses again off the pandemic president of the national union of students. Zoe rangan nothin is worried about what that shortfall in money will make the student. Experience has decreased the lost twelve months. Universities get a set amount of funding from the federal government for domestic students but the revenue from international student phase goes into funding research and support programs on campus any section of university life that impacts students positively who are currently represented in in universities. Sasha's racial remote students. Lois students into disabilities indigenous students. All those programs on the threat plus the national tertiary education union says forty thousand jobs about one in five in the sector have been lost. Thanks to code when the government support government needs to step in right now despite. The hardships simon's really positive. What i think this is actually going to do. Is form a bit of a reset and a reality check for everyone. When times were good in international students flowing universities made the most of the but now moving forward we need to actually look at. What is the reality of delivery quality. Education hack triple j jalala madora that nicholas on the hack facebook page says with you being almost all remote learning. The universities offering discounts for the savings on cost that they've had paying tens of thousands of dollars deceit in you'll lounge and learn as a hod knock. Rose has texted. Yeah how. 'bout a reimbursement of heck's how can they justify keeping off heck's payments if we don't even access face to face learning on campus facilities let's make to the federal education minister alain touch. Thanks for coming back on. Triple j minister pleasure. So if you're a minister right now you're about to finish school. You're looking at your next steps in life. You need to have had to cut courses. Because they're struggling financially. Thousands of staff have lost jobs. Lots of lessons are online. Would you need be your first choice at the moment. Gosh just painted a very busy mystic view as to what's going on there avenue These infect more opportunities that universities. Today i didn't they ever has been in the history of australia This year ally this opposite more students who are doing university and that will continue to grow next. So that's what outside you twelve. There's many opportunities to go to university. There's also fantastic employment opportunities by the way if you wanna go straight to work. Because the the youth unemployment right is the lowest level in twelve years and one of the challenges with god. He's actually unskilled shortages. So if you want to go down that path. That's a great opportunity. And of course. There's the occasional pathway as well where with putting so much more money in so many more opportunities as well so again going back to that original question. I'm really optimistic for those twelve. Because there's never been so many opportunities as there are today for him to pursue medicine. Is that the case. They're looking at universities. So many courses of being caught across the board at every univesity from every faculty basically math. Science s- whatever. We're seeing those postcards now. It is true there is the is the sort of figure Several unique require unique. Just caught maps and science courses. I mean that's geeta funding cuts a cool according to those unions.
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Ice cream mixes in these pints by jenny's one of a kind ice creams including more than a dozen gluten free and dairy free flavors at scoop shops and grocery stores nationwide and online at jenny's dot com. That's j. e. n. s. dot com. Jenny's makes it better talking to dean tamar gander. I was really struck by the dual way that she conceives of power in and around the university. I there's the question of power within the university and in that context tomorrow was very clear that it's a mistake to think of the university's power as emanating either from the top or the bottom or anywhere in between rather power. Any university is complexly negotiated between all of the different actors. Who are involved. It's not like the dean. Ken speak and expect the entire faculty to listen similarly. It's not like the faculty can express their views and expect the students to fall into line. In fact what we see within the university is a lot of different actors trying to work out how they can function collectively while still pressing for the things that they believe in the most simultaneously with respect to the role of the university in the world tomorrow spoke extraordinarily thoughtfully about how important it is for universities to train people and to generate ideas about what our values are and what our values should be. Those are the topics that the humanities covers and without them our society would be adrift full of technologies full of new financial instruments. But with no idea what we should do with them. What's ethical and what's and what overall objectives we should be. 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"university of" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Near as close as those fourteen point might indicate and then i want stanford you turn around. Walk into nashville tennessee and lose to vandy. Who started off the season. Losing to east tennessee state. I want this chain of events to occur. It's nice to want things. Can i offer up another down at were you let me steer out of the skid of wishing for vanderbilt win you fuck sick fuck. Yeah deliberated tickets for the yukon game. You idiot we're trying to get into that game for cheap. You partner radio's ryan see if the price has dropped below six dollars for i was so i was told by somebody. That on stub hub. Six dollars is the minimum you can set for ticket or anything thinks anything underrated fight situation and i it. I assume and it's early in the year to make assumptions but based on the games that have already been played. Usc on this is going to be a fairly one sided game but georgia southern is has already had to play army which means they've already had to have their knees dough vat for three hours on a other. What's otherwise a very nice day. They have to go to arkansas and they were getting real chippy by the end of that army game. And i'm just gonna leave that there as a potential bench clearing brawl of the week happening actually at the same time as mississippi state memphis. So maybe we can just flip back and forth between those two. Hey dub sucks. Arkansas state goes to the university of washington not as bush is in charge. They're not going to fight too boring. They won't fight. I'm just saying keep an oh. And how can we forget the glorious floor duchy. Dare florida state at four. So glad that you're going to south carolina georgia no south carolina south carolina's. We're all agreed that if we don't say anything south carolina's gonna win this game right. I'm not saying that. I can't even go that far. All right. no censored would ruin the loss to kentucky. I agree. I want to go back. And just predict this weird scoring auburn and penn state. That feels like a weird scoring game. Because auburn has been averaging zillion points a game. they've scored like sixty points in back to back games. This feels like the game where they scored nineteen or eleven boy. Yeah they're playing in. Fbi nets. Don't baby come to score big you. Just try not to get a nail. In the. I i honestly i think they'd be pretty happy with nineteen points here. Hey rice has to play texas. No have to talk to play rice. Yeah i think that's more. That's where things yup texas might sleep. Walk against food. You remember you remember a few years ago when the paragon fair when the power conferences. Were all like all right enough of this. Fcs bullshit we got to commit to play a p five teams because that's what makes us strong and proves that we're anyway. That's how that's how we got northwestern at duke at four o'clock on the acc network honestly. This is what we should do with all those schools. Just put them in a bubble by themselves. Sure western duke brought to you by the alliance northwestern duke brought to you by northrop. Grumman brought to you by dad's second wife. She didn't get into duke now but she gets the money..
"university of" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"It's probably the ladder And i think you're right. I think we might be leveraging technologies like where we might put a patient in front you know of a wotton watson type device where they plug in their symptoms and then you know. Certain diagnostic tests are recommended. They get that at a local radiology center and then telehealth appointment will be set up with somebody at a tertiary facility so we are doing a lot of i mean the pandemic the only good thing i could think that's come out of the pandemic. Is that we as physicians. Now can legally do telemedicine. And i can't tell you i'm really surprised. At how many patients. I have only met through a video visit like we're having now and the next time i see them is what i'm doing the surgery so they basically without meeting the in person shaking my hand and they are willing to just come to me for surgery and i think that's that's probably what's going to happen is that i can reach out to the world patient provided that they have some local imaging center to get the things i need in order to work them up to come in their surgery. In fact in the university of virginia has a pilot program so most of virginia's actually very rural and outside of the big cities like charlottesville and richmond them and then the area near dc. The rest of virginia's pretty rural so University of virginia pilot program. They taught physician assistants. Who are in the rural areas because they can't even get doctors to go out to the rural areas. None of the doctors wanna live there so they taught physician insistence how to do. A procedure called systems compete where we look inside the bladders for patients and they sent the people out there. The physician assistance to go do sustauskas beyond patients who had blood in the urine. And then they would record the images and send it over to your urologist..
"university of" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"And i want to go back to the global mail article because it says a bunch of really interesting things that i'm that helped me kind of see through why this is just like a completely fucking vacant exercise in boosting our security apparatus so they they referenced an article that they wrote in mame on the university of alberta quote extensive scientific collaboration with china that involves sharing and transferring research in strategically important areas areas such as nanotechnology biotechnology and artificial intelligence. Stop right there so. It is impossible to be a researcher in this country and doing anything in those fields and not have collaboration in some way in china. China's like the globally emerging leader of scientific research. They've got some of the best universities in the world and they also have this program that pays for international students to study abroad. Imagine candidate did that. Imagine canada understood the the the the necessity to find graduate level research through the student themselves to go to whatever university around the world that they want to like. It's you can make it sound nefarious or you can make it sound what it is which is a really intelligent way to find your own into boost your own. Countries like research capacity And so they. The article goes on At the bottom and and it says that in any way as a result of this investigation the government of alberta has actually banned all four major universities to suspend quote the pursuit of new partnerships with individuals or organizations linked to the chinese government or the ruling chinese communist party which is also very suspect. What does that actually mean. Like our public universities or universities that are financed by the federal by the by. The chinese government considered then connected to the chinese communist party like in the same way. That western would be a fucking federal government. Funded institution although i mean. That's not exactly how it works. But it's just there's so little information and you're reading this if you've got no idea of how this works you can be like holy faulk like china's like really stealing all of our our information and the last kind of piece which is where they bring in these like intelligence fucking experts explaining why. This is all good normal. Is they say. There are rising concerns about western countries among western countries but china's efforts to scour the world for technology that has both civilian and military value. What richard fisher senior fellow on asian military affairs. Imagine that being your fucking title has called a global quote intelligence vacuum cleaner what that is really. This is such a weird way. What what press conference was directly quoted for that. Just i i. Just i sorry. I think the line in particular about like scouring the globe for technology that will benefit civilians like k. Doesn't everybody do that do they. How do literally do that. She didn't they say like no. You can't have our the way that we are going to. I dunno safe enough water from the sidewalks technology. Why wouldn't with. Wow you can really rhetoric is Really important here in in creating enemies cultural enemies and that this is full of that and so this is one of those things. Where not only do we need good coverage and public debate and so on but we also need journalists that are going to be sharp enough to like not just pair it out with the government is saying to say sorry you said what now like what why why would it be bad for a country to scour the globe for technology that benefits civilians. Please explain. just explain that to me like the military. Sure i get that. I get why. That's a concern but then can you also explain why canada does the same thing you know what i mean. It's like come on come.
"university of" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"And i spent quite a bit of time going to wealth and in that space and meeting people remain dear contacts to this day because of the connections that we were able to make in that space and i really learned through that process. How critical that is. But of course those students didn't own that space and it eventually was changed into something else taken away and so you know again. It's just one of those things where the permanence of space you know. I could talk about the transitional year program at the university of toronto as well which was was a space that was also torn down by the university. When it was no longer you know it was never really valued but was it was decided that that was no longer a priority the permanence of space that marginalized people people who are fighting for resistance People who are trying to coalesce power to change our world is so so critical. And so i cannot not be more grateful for the for the team that i work with and everything that we did to make this happen. And yeah we're just gonna try to change the world that it it strikes me as being perhaps something that's connected to the times that we live in right now where it's not obvious that you would get space but you know. Many many many generations of radical activism and organizing in this country have always centered around having some sort of hall right always having some sort of location for events and location for meetings and that was normal. And it's it's funny that you know since the communists were in that building. I assume they left in probably the nineteen eighty s or so right The the way that the world has shifted in in our minds is so so so drastic. And i feel like it isn't obvious to activists that we should be trying to get our hands on some sort of permanent location to to to anchor ourselves and so i'm glad that you folks have done and you..
"university of" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Subscription to the times dot cut four times west box up next. We challenge the universities to explain. Why the not leaping off students. You're listening to the red sox podcast. Now let's turn our attention to universities this week gavin williamson. The education secretary for england announced some good news students. I move so pleased to be able to say. There will be no restrictions on in-person teaching and learning in universities unless students are advised to isolate or impacted by outbreaks in terms of universities. We of course always supporting universities in terms of international students but also supporting them to get back to face to face teaching welcoming youngsters back into the lecture theatre which is know something. Can a university experienced that. So many students have daily daily missed however time survey this week found that lectures will be online at most selective universities next year despite what gavin williamson sat thousands of students at the university of manchester particular protesting as the audio. Coding blended teaching. But the associate vice president professor. Danielle george jumping. There's a wide spread misconception about the balance of online versus in person teaching unfortunately these protests. Were about something that we haven't said and we aren't planning to do you know. Students were given this impression from the articles that were written that we're moving teaching permanently online. So i understand there that unrest about it but it's simply not the case the online teaching what it's supposed to do is just sort of ornamental. All that stuff that we do on campus all of the interactive stuff that we want to do will all be face to face on campus. The digital side of stuff is really. Just sort of like you might. You might have read a book but actually watching some videos or reading an e book. These days is also a good thing. So that's what the digital contents about whether the of people have been told that lecture will continue to be a online even the prospect of blended teaching and no reduction of tuition fees. In a moment. We'll speak to office for students. We'll hear from them as to what people can do about. Maybe try to get some money back. Now let's hear from some. We asked you what in the week for students to get in touch. Let us know your view. This is what some of the students who got in touch that to say personally think he's actually disgusting. Some universities are still planning to stick to online learning phoenicia from mentors in person. Learning tarragon fall two weeks and then stop. I think the decision may black to in line is a real kick in the teeth to suspend the united party or two years of online teaching to move to complete online permit for essentially cost. Cutting reasons is disgraceful. Michael it's been mandy through youtube. It is and zoom meetings. Have we realized that damage that the past year and a half is done to streets mental health enough. I think students could take another year of online. Learning is absolutely so disheartening. Unmotivated spending every single time zoom tuition fees maintenance and that was literally nothing now. We expected to go again. We will go but expect massive massive refer anxiously for two missing of the year. We now need any has been developing completely online courses. And i think that longer term it probably much away from important as possible profit-driven at the end of the day and if they can find a motor which saves them money while still being able to touch foods jewish and they'll be more than happy. Take you off. I mean if it was pencil. Impulsive teaching invest brilliant of people do said the in person teacher or my ninety just isn't adequate for students anymore especially when the pain ridiculous as five. Nine grand students has site to us this week. Well what can you do if you're unhappy about your learning going online. The higher education regulated the office for students says it's monitoring the quality of teaching at universities. I mean record levels of student dissatisfaction. Nikola dandridge is the chief executive of the officer students and she explained to me what blended learning remains. I think the first thing to note in this is that the vast majority of universities are planning to continue. Its face to face teaching seven hours and with lab work and things like that. What we're talking about here is the lectures and the extent to which lectures are going to be delivered online. And i think there are two things going on. Firstly is responses to the vandamme egg corona virus responses and then the second is longer time considerations about the balance between face to face and digital teaching. So if it's a corona virus related responsible way at the office the students are saying is that there is no reason. Why universities can't tell students that they're aiming to continue with face to face teaching and lectures while being clear that if health restrictions mean that that's not possible. Then they're going to be contingency plans so what we're saying is that if the pandemic requires that the the face pay teaching stops then that's one thing and our concern will then be the quality of the provision whether it's digital or face to face that's quite sat threat to longer term plans to move towards more blended model stood at the pandemic and i think are consigned. These two getting mixed up. And i think we need to separate them out. Because different considerations apply in different circumstances as opposed to question. Is you know particularly for students. Ready at university. They signed up year ago two years ago three years ago. They're paying nine thousand pounds a year and particularly if you're not doing one of those very hands on practical particularly science or medicine that sort of thing where you all in a lab and you are probably getting quite intense face to face tuition if you'll doing an arts degree which is mainly you know lecture based you'll send me paying nine thousand people messaging in saying you know if i wanted to do. Just watch some videos online. Signed up to an open university course. This isn't part of the thing and actually being able to grab the lecturer afterwards chapter students going in and out of the lecture. That's all part of the of the learning experience. I totally agree with that. I think the thing is to do with health related concerns because if if the university is being required to deliver online only because they can't face to face then what are concerned would be is the quality of the online provision and the online lectures. But if if it's nothing to do with panic restrictions than i totally agree. There's real value in those face to face interactions and there. I think what say to the students. This is really important. I find out exactly what's being offered and they should get in touch with the university so for example if them understanding is that next is going to be delivered in intellectual and they need to find out whether that's going to be the case or not. I think it's worth noting all of this moving to more digital lectures is not necessarily a bad thing providing it's done in the right way providing backs up with extensive face to face teaching seminars in groups. And what you've got is a shift away from large lectures and a focus on small face to face teaching groups. I mean that is a good thing. So i think it's not that face to face like justin themselves necessarily seventy essential because it can be good. They can be bad what matters here. I think students are clear about what's being offered. And if it is a blended off us a call a mixture of face to face and digital teaching then. The students should know what's being offered and they certainly should be consulted on any changes. If that's what universities are proposing for the office for students point of view. Should there be any allowance taken into account then with the fees that are being charged. Because it particularly if you're a student who you already at university right now literally what your being offered you know if you went on the open day and they showed you that lovely lecture theatres and this has ought to be part of the experience. You sign up on that basis you know essentially the contract that you made. That university has changed. Is there any possibility. Do think of refunds renegotiations of what what students are. They literally not getting what they signed up for. Not getting what they.
"university of" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Hello this is. The box podcast. I'm matt surely weighty all anyone's really thinking about over the next couple of days is the football if you want the football. I'm afraid you're going to have to hop over to the times Other podcasts the game that will bring about what's happening in the yours. we may. We'll touch on a little bit in the episodes. The big thing coming up today is students. Spain whipped off If you signed up for nine thousand pounds agreed calls involve going to the lovely shiny lecture theatres university of choice and now you're told is going to be online. What can you do about. We'll speak to the office students about how you might be able to try and get your money back with also hear from students themselves about the deal that that that's a big thing which is coming up but first it's columnists panel today. It's times columnists. Melanie read after the daily mail. John stevens. now we'll talk a little bit about football in a moment as specifically should we have a bank holiday because the nation seems to be divided on that but there was some really interesting interesting piece. I think it's the economists today. Based on some polling about on the one hand we get the impression that everyone is ready to throw off their shackles of kovic restrictions. But this Ipsos mori survey for the economy's shows that support for extending certain restrictions is still moving quite popular including the even the idea of a curfew after two out of ten people. The idea have a curfew. After ten o'clock four in ten face masks in shops and public transport should become permanent. Let's w first of all melanie. Where do you stand on this throwing off the shackles. And will all you with these people who quite like the idea of being permanently restricted. No i mean. I i just think i just love the sensible british middle middle ground that sort of cautious wise. The ones who you never really pin down except when it comes to something like this and surveys the ones who aren't on twitter the sort of the the middle ground that actually know what real lives like. I'm with them. I think You know it. It's very sensible to keep going a little bit longer But the soda wearing them. Permanently is is if we don't have to is is really isn't really on but No i i'm i'm i'm with the middle ground on this one. I think i love i love. I love the sort of middle. I'm not gonna say middle england. Because i'm talking from scotland but you know The people who we we always tend to ignore. Yeah the quiet quiet silent majority. Just yeah raging on twitter. So you're on. The question of masks house wear masks shops and on public seventy percent safe for another month or the nineteenth sixty four percent say until covert is under control worldwide and forty percent say permanently regardless of the risk from covert nineteen. Where where do you stand on this. John why i never really minded. When wearing a mask always thought. I was clearly fine with it. Didn't really seem like a massive hassle. But then i went to fucking skipped wimbledon last week where everyone was either job to had been tested negative. And they want you're in. You didn't have to wear masks. And the novelty of not having to wear mark. This is just amazing. They can't wait for it to be. You know all the time so now i'm kind of can't wait for ago with are probably will still wear on achieve especially it's busy you know starting to get busy on. The chew is a bit hot and sticky. And i think wearing a mask. Nici was probably still sensible especially when people are crammed in but some of these polling figures are just think insane this idea that nineteen percent of people to permanently. Be a curfew against leaving your home after ten pm. I know that not as always said they don't believe the polls i just don't believe there's nineteen really wanna curfew which means you can't go outside of ten o'clock that was the thing that was already set out to me because the others are essentially existing corona six. Not wearing a mask coronary when you come back from foreign countries social distances and you can have a view of well you know i think it should be extended a bit more of a bit worried about going a bit lifting things but yeah the twenty nine percent twenty nine percent of people what is introduced for a month after july and twenty one nineteen percent wants it done forever. The one that really made me laugh was twenty five percent of people. what nightclubs closed permanently. I mean that make me hope with. I mean you shows you. How many sort of old old waters.
"university of" Discussed on ONE Energy
"And i went. I told nobel prize winner. That i'd rather have a student mind nobel prize win one myself and sam said you also told nobel laureate who also has a student who won a nobel prize i think and that wound up eclipsing the previous most embarrassing moment of my life from the same conference a covid doll these life changing moments heck matter of hours. Yeah so so. The funny thing is truly intelligent spiritual important rich powerful people never waste any effort telling you how truly important spiritual rich powerful influential wealthy well-connected They are They just don't they just know And john palani is an excellent example. I have limited interactions with him. But but from my limited interactions with him he is an excellent example of somebody who has arrived and does not need to prove that anybody And in my interactions with him which like i said we're limited There is this and then there was the time. I actually went to the university of toronto. To to interview for a post doc with him and based on only those interactions. So you know you can potentially. I've never really researched who he is beyond my interactions with enough yet He made it really really clear to me that he didn't need to impress anyone he didn't need to Prove to me. Anything at all And he knew who he was and he was totally and completely comfortable with that. What's funny about. It is when he offered me a job in his lab the realization. What will he told me was. He always tells his students not to go into academia but he's always glad that they ignore him so so what happened was he wasn't my mentor. But he taught me what i needed to know so when i finished my phd university of puget sound. Wanted somebody to come in and teach somebody who's going on sabbatical. They needed somebody for year. I wound up staying too. And i made some truly egregious mistakes in my first couple years of teaching which. I'm really glad that we're not gonna talk about today. And then i went onto saint martin's university and i taught for your bucknell and then i came back to saint martin's university and literally while we were driving from pennsylvania which is where bucknell is to washington. Which is where saw okay. Gotcha i was gonna ask. Yeah we're in denver. At the time. And i get an email from the university of calgary saying do you wanna come here and work and we. I wrote him back and said there's a lot that i'm not gonna say because i'm being recorded but the the the quick version that that i don't mind being recorded and broadcast is i said i'd like to chat. Yeah let's let's do this. We drove the rest of the way. Unloaded the hall and flew up the university of calgary and i interviewed at the university of calgary and what i realized in interviewing. The university of calgary was that there was a a jason shaped hole. At the university of calgary they needed somebody who was just like me Because i spent five years teaching at teaching focused undergraduate institutions in the us schools that really really focus on delivering a high quality educational experience for their students. Where research is secondary teachings primary. Gotcha so i had never intended to wind up at a research focused institution quite the opposite. Actually quite the opposite. So i'd intended to be at a teaching focused institution and do good teaching And one of the things. I really liked about being at saint martin's university Saint martin's university is practically what we would call an open access school. If you've got a pulse the tuition money and a high school diploma you can you. Can you can go right. Olga and really two out of the threes probably enough and and the thing. The thing that i loved about saint martin's universities. There were lot of first generation students people whose family they were the first people or family to go to university. Let's go medical. Who were really scared of. What am i Betraying my class by an engineer or becoming a teacher or nurse end and it was. I feel so blessed to have been a part of those students lives because it was. It was just profoundly moving to be at a school where i really felt like. I was making different So came to the university of calgary and they hired me because i came out of the university of washington. And they said oh. You've got a background in physics education research. And i'm like well. I was at a school that had a physics education research program but as i said back at the beginning of this they do great work but i was never part of that group Group and they taught me important things about teaching how to teach what to teach how to actually get people to sit down and think how to change people's minds. And i do believe that what i'm teaching. I am changing people's minds. The tricky thing is. I don't know where they're starting and i don't know where they're going. It's not that i'm molding. Somebody's mind into what i wanted to be. It's i'm helping other. People refine their mind into what they want to be. So the university of washington's physics education research group Really taught me a lot of profound things about how to do that in a meaningful way. How to help somebody else have their best educational experience rather than just download in my own right which it takes a lot of time energy and effort so so when it comes to it i show up at the university of calgary in the university of calgary says you know what we want somebody who has your background teaching by that point. I'd also learned a lot for bucknell and from saint martin's from the university of puget sound which is common washington I learned a lot from them. And i brought those skills to the table and they said oh we also need somebody who can teach about nuclear. And i said well you know. The university of washington has a top notch nuclear research program this again. We're aware that. And i'm like yeah but i wasn't involved with it at all. And they said you think you can teach a class about nuclear power. And i said let me be clear. I needed a job. And if you're in a job interview somebody says can you blah. The answer is yes. The answer is yes. Yeah whatever you need. I'll do it. Yeah yeah so. So they asked. Can you teach about nuclear power. And i said sure uses uranium right. And and i had been at pacific northwest national ads. Where radioactive waste cleanup had had gone on A nuclear power. It's evil it's horrible. it's awful. I got this. So so i sat down and tried to learn enough about nuclear power to to meaningfully to meaningfully. Teach a course on So i sat down. Read a bunch of anti-nuclear activists works as a way of getting myself started. And and.
"university of" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"With the University of Arkansas. Yeah, you're a leader a lot closer to to some big. I mean, it's the the Walmart, you know has been in boxing for a long time too. And and it's the same Sam M Wilson School of Business. So yeah, that's a good that's interesting point. Maybe if anyone thinking about a move to Arkansas, there's some benefits. Yeah. So any last words for our students about if they're thinking about getting into blockchain or maybe something you would have told yourself a few years ago before getting into blockchain. I would definitely say to read off. Succeed in in a professional capacity in this space. You you want to have that sweet spot combination of you know, something you're passionate about something you can actually do or nothing about and something you can make money with and or sustain a living with right. And so I think that takes incredible perseverance you need to find maybe something which I I found like blockchain technology and you know just aggressively pursue learning on that thing and you need to be confident that that's the future you need to, you know have that that spark of this this could change the world. This is what you know, I believe will end up seeing in the long-term and I think the more you learn about that and just try to become an expert nothing that you love that, you know confidently, you know in yourself that that is going to be something that may disrupt an entire industry or a field. It's I think that's job. To the thing that was the key differentiator for me to think you know, this is worth pursuing with with everything. And so that that was great for me. If if you're a student that wants to learn more please visit visit our website blockchain. You mark uark.edu That's our Center website. You can sign up. We have a virtual completely free one hundred percent virtual conference. This October will have faith is like Nick Sabo all Brody from e y a great mix of leaders in this field and leaders in education and people working on really interesting start-up ideas as well. It's going to be October 4th second and we'll have registration up for that really soon. But we'd love for you to just check us out and email us that blockchain at you are crazy. Edu. If you want to learn more great plug, that sounds awesome. We'll try to make sure any note people can find you after they watch this thing's again Catherine for joining on and this has been another University segment of the re-imagined twenty-twenty job. Doctrine.
"university of" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"Radio is powered by Mouse belt blockchain accelerator and multi-point and we are continuing to reimagine 8:20 the following most belt University segment was broadcasts in May of 2020 as part of our version 1.0 conference featuring the senior managing director of the blockchain center of excellence at the University of Arkansas Catherine Carlisle. Hey everyone, welcome back to another University segment of the re-imagined twenty-twenty virtual blockchain conference. I'm Ashley Meredith head of education at home. An accelerator and I'm here with Catherine Carlyle senior managing director of the blockchain center for excellence that's over at the Sam and Walton School of Business at the University of Arkansas. And we're here today until 5. Look at some of the blockchain programming you guys have got going on over there. Thank you so much, Catholic for joining. How are you doing today? Doing great. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah. Yeah. We're really excited to have you on and off and kind of tell our students what what you guys have going on and you know, maybe provide some insight for other departments who are looking to do similar things. And also with the large student audience that we have kind of tell us how you got into the space and and any practical advice or anything like that. So maybe you can tell me what was your background before you got into blockchain? And then how did you get to be, you know, the senior managing director of a walk-in Center? So I have an accounting background international business focus and I've just always been drawn to technology personally and so pretty early age. Like 2013-2014 was also kind of dating a tech nerd and we followed this Bitcoin thing bought in a little bit early just to follow it follow the news have some skin in the game and that kind of choice led to a continual learning. I ended up working in Community Development and sustainable development for a non-profit and started seeing a lot of real tangible use for things like blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. This led me to pursue a master's degree in digital currency from the University of Nicosia had a very transformative educational experience there. I got really passionate about this and so started wanting to expand my my experience with startups and and other companies and began to consult on my own a little bit and not learn there and so consulted on my own for a little bit. Well also worked in areas like data analytics and ended up moving to North West Arkansas. Where in May of 2018 they just o p The blockchain center of excellence and kind of found a perfect fit there with working a place that is really a hub for being able to you know, not just start a project and it depends if it fails or that type of scenario. It's a continual kind of revolving door for exciting ideas and Partnerships and that was just very attracted to me. So when the opportunity came I I definitely would like to join their team. Yeah, there's definitely a benefit to having an institution around like the university. I mean I come from Academia. I was a professor to Turkey a graduate student for 12 months plus years. So it's there's definitely a benefit of having like this institution that is always there no matter the people that come in and out that can kind of have these long-term projects. There's definitely pitfalls I think back to blockchain adoption at universities because of bureaucracy and and sometimes universities are slow to adopt new tech but that's definitely one benefit. I wanted to go back a little bit. So you dead You were in non-profit world. What was the specific use case that you were saying? What kind of problems were you thinking that blockchain could solve I worked for a non-profit called heifer International. They worked towards ending hunger and poverty while caring for the Earth and 24 different countries around the world and kind of a few of us in the finance team really resonated, you know with with what things like Bitcoin stood for with financial equity and not kind of democratizing access to people and what we do to did it heifer was kind of work to give we did that mission by giving gifts of maybe like livestock or resources wage smallholder farmers and sometimes those resources include financial resources and having the ability to do things with micro loans or micro insurance or just getting people, you know, a bank account essentially on their mobile phone is life-changing for a lot of these very entrepreneurial fast-growing emerging economies that people can't get these traditional infrastructure and services Thursday. That we have in in a more developed region of the world. And so we began looking at those things and started a blockchain initiatives team that kind of worked on different different use cases. It's Julia a heavy research kind of try to find Partnerships and and maybe you know a few don't pan out but I think especially the nonprofit and even the university space is a great place to be able to get traction on watching these cases just because it right now there is more of like a social element on your return rather than maybe like a solid. I'll return for implementing blockchain. It's you're really impacting people's lives. And I think these types of organizations are best set up to do that right now. There may be the the financial investment isn't a return on implementing blockchain isn't quite as clear or large. I know like the ton of Enterprise are looking at it and yep. Cases, it seems like it's going to be really costly to implement and how much money is it actually going to save but the things that blockchain can do have such social good that it really makes sense for universities non-profits to start using it. So that's really great for our students to hear. You know, people who want to make a difference and who want to continue to work in Academia or want to join a non-profit space. It seems like no matter where you go and this is what I see students who come from all over it's about what you would expect like our community 60% data scientist computer scientists engineers, but the rest of those it was a law Communications, so it took a huge opportunity that if you have domain expertise in blockchain, you can apply it to anything and then there's going to be spaces opening up like a blockchain.
"university of" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In his twenties at the university of Massachusetts who returned for more on just days ago US officials are scheduling another evacuation flight to get more Americans out of China a man in the Philippines has died from the corona virus the first time death has been reported outside of mainland China and with all the worries about this corona virus there is a reminder today that the flu is actually deadlier more widespread in the United States A. B. C.'s day Packer says doctors are urgently reminding all of us it's not too late to get vaccinated against the flu meanwhile here in the U. S. were an estimated ten thousand people will die of the flu this year business as usual Lou is a much larger problem than is the corona virus clues in every state it's still very active federal university professor of medicine doctor William Shatner went to some place like the flu corona will eventually taper off with the advent of the spring and the summer I hope all those things conspire to bring this outbreak at least to a major reduction if not to a close the factory BC news as sixty percent uptick in middle schoolers suspended in the city of Lynn vaping may be to blame for twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen sixty percent more kids at Lynn middle schools face suspension it was a subject of concern at a meeting last week and superintendent Dr Patrick taught Wyler said one because of the increase may be more and more kids getting caught vaping especially sixth graders doctor tell whether said at the meeting that there needs to be more information about the dangers of vaping with a in the middle school curriculum and the district is weighing other options to fight the so called epidemic of youth vaping one of those options is a program already in place for high schoolers in the district a positive alternative to school suspensions or pass program sends kids with substance use infractions to a center in Beverly focuses on therapy and education well middle school suspensions went up sixty percent last year high school suspensions went down twenty nine percent in land Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio to await and let's see what's going on in the world of business with Andrew day at Bloomberg business news good afternoon a lorry Wall Street starting the new month with a new direction following Friday's aggressive sell off that wiped out your today's gains for the Dow and S. and P. indexes rising again as traders speculate the US economy will be able to weather the corona virus scare that at least is the best right now Dow up a hundred thirty nine does that gaining one hundred nine you wanna make Valentine's day special with a romantic dinner you better make a reservation now OpenTable says it sees a five hundred percent increase in reservations made through its system for Valentine's day versus other days most people try to book ten or fewer days away good chance that would be a fail.
"university of" Discussed on AP News
"The university of Georgia is getting a lot of support from the area nearly thirty four thousand dollars has been raised on line for Michael Davenport who's known in Athens for sketching the university's bulldog mascot he holds the pen in his mouth to create the art works because he lost his arms as a child Davenport said his belongings were stolen January fifteenth when he took a break to use the restroom at a nearby business Athens Clarke police that detectives were looking to identify the suspect seen on surveillance video in what appears to be a gold colored minivan Stephen Frazier the general manager at budget host in in Athens said he set up the online fundraising account in Davenport's name Davenport told W. AG a TV that he plans to use the money for a truck to carry his supplies and for medical treatment for his leg that was injured in an attack last year she's a fifteen time Grammy winner and second time Grammy awards host Alicia keys leads this weekend's birthday around actually I just thought that it would be you know was it sounds like a marathon unique kind of running around not one time and then you said I did it and but in actuality I I ran another marathon and I'm doing another Grammy is hosting he's on CBS this morning she's hosting the big awards show this Sunday turning thirty nine on Saturday Ellen DeGeneres was on with the Carol Burnett award at this year's golden globes it's a procedure is awarded what I like most about it is that I knew coming in I would win because who I mean there's nothing worse than sitting there like most of you waiting and wondering sixty two on Sunday and blackest star Jennifer Lewis is speaking out on climate change after a recent trip to Antarctica I was there for two and a half weeks I've learned that ninety percent of the glaciers all male I came home Australia was on fire guys we're in trouble somebody's got to start believing in sign Lewis on TMZ she sixty three and that's our birthday round up for this weekend January twenty fifth and twenty sixth I'm Bob Kessler I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute the counsel for the president have twenty four hours to make the presentation of their case the Senate will now hear you president trump's lawyers have begun their defense in the Senate impeachment trial if the Washington correspondent Sager Makani took it in from the White House the lawyers focused on what they say was the president appropriately urging Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden the president did absolutely nothing wrong White House counsel passable only says house prosecutor spend three days holding back key evidence and asking the Senate to do what it's never done remove the president from office and they're asking you to do it with no evidence minority leader Chuck Schumer says some great let's have witnesses and documents we thank the president's council for one thing they made our case even stronger Sager mag Connie at the White House the trial resumes Monday the year of the rat was welcomed in in Paris today but across China the streets were relatively quiet with lunar new year festivities canceled because of the spread of the corona virus is down in fact did more than twelve hundred people and killed forty one rescue crews have been searching for people trapped under the rubble of collapsed buildings in Turkey were strong earthquake struck Friday night officials say at least twenty two people were killed more than a thousand have been injured there outside the international space station two space walking astronauts plug the leak in a cosmic ray detector repairs should give the almost nine year old out the magnetic spectrometer new life allowing it to resume a hunt for anti matter and dark matter I'm Ben Thomas A. P. news AP digital.
"university of" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Because now the university of claims in his a telecommunications law expert now an economist when I met a meal he was an economist at the university of California Davis weighing a white back there nineteen eighty five right like I met professor hazel and he was back out in California near the UC Davis campus and he said you know you go you go ten miles east to get the Dixon California you wouldn't recognize there's nothing but American made cars there and I saw one look at this and he's got a picture of a gigantic Ford F. one fifty with a rush license plate I'm not bumper sticker but a rush why since plate and then he said are you responsible for convincing policy to do this impeachment thing meeting everybody knows it's imploding on everybody except those in Washington by the way how was out and about all weekend and I had not one question about impeachment not one do you get questions about impatient when your people I'm not getting in fact what I did get some guys open pass in a golf cart recognize me and stopped Hey Hey you gotta get a message a trump I so you got a telephone a down you got to tell the story between the song no not this again so I explained to the guy why I thought that was not right why I think trump shouldn't cheap being who wears hi but nobody nobody is talking about impeachment and who I mean if you if you care about impeachment and you had a chance to talk to me you would bring it up right still nobody at the no misunderstand fox I'm not I'm not often a Dreamland about this I understand it's a television show and it's on all of that works in there people seeing it I'm just I had to turn it off today I can't it's just it's nothing but a pack of lies it's nothing but a series of false we edited videos misstatements allegations of what the president's thinking there's not a shred of evidence and there's not an impeachable offense everybody's been able to identify I know what this is all about it's a continuation of one plan and that is to get a prompt on Russian meddling and I just get frustrated when I see people on our side accepting the premise after premise after trying to refute a bunch of bogus allegations I guess you have to do that I guess you have to yeah that's my own philosophy the aggressor sets the rules and the Democrats are setting the rules here but it's it's been going on for three years now and maybe even four and to me it's by now patently obvious what's going on and it could be called out without having to be dealt with point by point by point do you know what the Republican defense has been so far today as professor Charlie said as professor Charlie said and as professor Charlie said not that I guess professor Turley don't misunderstand anyway the Bloomberg story don't don't look now but things are getting brighter for trump fears about the economy have quieted and impeachment has not been the Bosnian blow the Democrats were hoping for let me give you simple courtroom the story year ago the federal reserve is about to make its fourth interest rates increase stock markets were plummeting trumpet just declared himself tariff man and mother reports still seeing him like it might be a more pro correct ways presidency six months ago fears of a recession were rising driven by worries that trumps trade war and the effect it was having on jobs and economic growth today things don't seem nearly so bad Friday's blockbuster jobs report showed that two hundred and sixty six thousand jobs were added last month unemployment fell to three and a half percent trouncing even the most bullish forecasts and sending the S. and P. five hundred soaring near another record high of which there have been twenty six record highs this year the economy appears to be in a much better place than experts feared good news for an incumbent president heading into one election year in its analysis of the November jobs report Bloomberg economics lowered its projection of twenty twenty year end unemployment do an astounding three point three percent they think this is gonna continue so if the Democrats are gonna run around said promising recession in the midst of all this what are they going to be seen as another full court trump's superpower is to polarize absolutely everything it's the key to his political survival that's how we got through the Mahler report without incurring any meaningful Republican defections currently there is no reason to think he won't be able to pull the same trick when the house and Senate vote on impeachment so far his poll numbers of barely budged that they've gone up his approval numbers are going up another pull quote in politics a year is a long time plenty can happen to turn a president's fortunes around but the latest economic data and a polling numbers in states that he needs to win reelection suggest the impeachment fight could end with trump in better political shape then when it get.
"university of" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Where at the university of Hawaii discover the first interstellar asteroids the moon and you're listening to the doctors gosh. find. and welcome back ladies and gentlemen to the exciting show tell us you like so much the doctor sky show here's.