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Women In Voice with Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek

Sound in Marketing

05:07 min | 3 months ago

Women In Voice with Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek

"Have a PhD in field of speech language technology. I'm a linguist researcher. I was getting my PhD at the University Arizona. And starting so I. I think a lot about multinlingualism and multi modal and kind of the future of voice integrated into everything And I was presenting my PhD research domestically and internationally at academic conferences and the tech conferences. So I spoke at the first voice summit back in two thousand eighteen in Newark New Jersey. So I went there and I was presenting the same research right But the demographics in the room and the large number of White Milky No. It's just like I seem Silicon Valley. Hbo Show but like there's something to be in that room. I just the phrasing uses like I couldn't be complicit normalizing behavior of what I was seeing around me and so I went home I was like what am I going to do? What are they GONNA do Of course like immigrants basement and Decided TO LAUNCH MINIMUM. Boise months afterwards that that was August twenty eighteen and the rest is history now. We have ten chapters internationally in seven countries. I think three in Beta some talking about London Madrid Seattle. I'm GonNa Forget. Overtake them really fast. Just huge international community. Talking about gender diversity invoice tech celebrate improvise empower is all about. I like that. Celebrate amplifying empower. I love that and I think that that's good for. I mean yes women but I think just any anybody that doesn't have a representation of themselves out there to look at that so so important I have Just for an example I have A bunch of Korean friends that They got so excited. When parasite when parasite gleaned up at the Oscars because they didn't have a representation of themselves to like you know strive towards like it was just the yeah so anyways. That's really that's really to women and boys we talk a lot about intersectional. Feminism which is. Just you know big jargon words but talking about the intersection of where you're coming from and the privileged you bring to the room. I think similarly to your story about your Asian friends. One of my friends is Latino and he came to and he's like I love woman voice. Women Invoices Awesome. I'm also a Latino in voice and I'm ushered in other ways and so I was what I said to him as an ally to you and you can be an ally to me right. We can support each other in different ways and hope that the narrative that everyone can I this narrative like join the party like we we see the world in such a a new on way and I really hope that I do see change. I don't know if you see change. But last year I was pinned by two very senior. Hiring managers were like coming to consciousness and saying like. I'm about to hire someone in. There are no women on the list. No single one is a finalist candidate for the super senior role. Joe What should I do like? Oh Wow I can't fix the system but I'm so glad you're coming to these Well I mean that's the first step I mean 'cause Until you realize you can't really be searching for the diversity if you don't realize that there is no diversity because that's a real thing to the you just don't realize that the whole room is white or you know or it's all male I think I I am seeing change definitely. I'm a composer and songwriter. And everything I didn't when I graduated college in two thousand and three I was the only female the graduate. The composition degree At a very small school but I was the only female and then For composition and everything like that I had a handful of women that you know. I associated with that. I you know I wanted to aim that that level but really it was the male perspective for composers for a long time and now like with a home going to say her last name wrong. I'm going to say but with Hilter winning best score at the Oscars again the Oscars For joker that was so empowering that was so cool to see and I was even excited for parasite which I will never see. That movie. Can't watch horror movies but I was so to see that because they were not expected to win. I don't even think one of them and they just cleaned up. It was insane so I think definitely there is change happening And I I don't think that we should be worried about the speed of change but applauding it and going cool. Because I don't want to you know elect a woman to something and I disagree with what she stands for it. You shouldn't you shouldn't like want a woman to get ahead. Just because she's a woman you should want them to get ahead because you agree with where they're coming from and that they are the right person for the

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"university arizona" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:30 min | 6 months ago

"university arizona" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Today's episode involves something. We've probably all done at some point our lives. We're talking about counting tree rings but I think you'RE GONNA be amazed at the value of the data hidden within tree rings. Things themselves joining us to talk about. This is associate professor doctor Valerie. True she works in the laboratory of Tree Ring Research at the University Arizona in her research focuses On using tree rings study climate and its interaction with forest ecosystems over the last two thousand years. It's really interesting research but today we're talking about Out a very special project. She's been working on a book. Her book is called Tree Story. The history of the world written in rings. And it's a look at all of the amazing data we can pull from Tree Ring Analysis. And how can be used to understand not only earth's history not only trees history but the history of human civilization. This is remarkable research. And and it's a really compelling read the book will be out in April but you can pre-order it over at Johns Hopkins University Press. You can check the show notes put linked to do just that but this talk is is all about the amazing world of tree rings. What she's learned in the process of writing this book so let's jump right into it without further ado? Here's my conversation with Dr Trae. I hope you enjoy joy all right Dr Valerie true way. Thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are are and what it is you do will? Thanks for having Me Matt so when Valerie True A and I'm a professor at the University of Arizona in the laboratory Tori of tree-ring research which year is a department on its own and so Emma dendrochronology used a rings in trees to study the climate of the past and to look at how it has influenced forest ecosystems as well as human systems very exciting and super cool to have you on this podcast right now because this is a topic that I definitely feel like does not get enough attention in mainstream media and who doesn't remember counting tree rings as the child at some point in their life at least but I'm wondering what brought you to tree rings in the first place. Were you kind of a plant person. I or just kind of liked climate How did it all kind of come together that you find yourself working in the tree ring business? That's a good question. So my background is in environmental engineering and had a a strong interest in plants in forests always have add And then when I when it came time to do my master's degree my master's thesis this I was an idealist at times are really wanted to win. Were again in Africa. Actually and there was one topic that came up that was available which was doing during analysis in Tanzania Nice and so we're interested in Tanzania injury. They never heard of it so I chose that topic another student and I we went to Tanzania went to collect their samples came back and the the and when I started looking at those woods samples under the microscope. That's when I really got hooked Lincoln under a microscope. It's so beautiful. It's so exciting and beautiful to look at that honestly ever since asters degree. I've never done anything else I went on to do a PhD and then put stocking Now a professor in during science. Wow what a remarkable story and very serendipitous. I love those because it's it just goes to show you that you can can have all the plans in the world and all the ideas in the world but you never know what's GonNa come exactly very much so yeah so dendrochronology that's that's a that's a big field Aw again like I said a lot of people. Listening will probably know that counting rings on a tree can tell you some information but you mirrored it with this idea that you know just seeing would under a microscope and seeing these details it truly is stunning to look at nature in that that view because until we had microscopes we couldn't really understand what was truly going on at that level and for those that Notre rings exist but have no idea why they exist. Let's Kinda get at the basics here. Why do trees? Everything's yeah good question so the reason why I should say not. All trees have rings. Threes in seasonal.

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"university arizona" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

10:35 min | 6 months ago

"university arizona" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"So It was very very impressive and It's looking good man. We got another episode coming up tonight at ten. PM science channel. And if you don't have science channel Science actually has tap it's called science go and you don't need a TV provider or anything like that You can watch the episodes that are currently coming out For free on the APP so it's pretty cool. Yeah what's what's the premise of the show. Obviously we know you're blowing stuff up. You know what I mean but a obviously it's on science channel. Two's there's going to be a little bit of a back story to like kind of the science of things but like kind of take us through the first episode you know what actually what can people expect when they're tuning in because obviously Tommy explosions go hand in hand but what are they actually going to get on the TV show. So there's a there's actually so much science involved and actually like I actually watch The episode last week for the first time like when it came out So I actually didn't even know what to expect so when I actually saw so much Information and like at diagrams and like there was actually a lot of signs for real real science on the show to go along with like explaining explosion and blast pressure and You know all kinds of stuff very very surprised at the amount of science was actually but it's the show premise is essentially signed the describe. It anyway it's Kinda like Dirty jobs instead of the jobs being dirty. They're display showcasing jobs in the explosives industry and exploiting signs of explosions throughout. Yeah yeah so your next job is going to be an explosive expert. We've got on from stunt guy to To Barbecue Guide. Our we're GonNa you do do resumes going to be pretty deep after this explosions barbecues. It's like I'm looking. I'm looking to be a published scientist. Oh the next thing you know they're gonNA be on the next like mar or the lunar mission where they're going to land astronauts on the moon here in a few years or something you know talking to actually wouldn't be too far outside of Moscow. 'CAUSE I did go to space camp for kids so it really I do. That was one of those go to space camp. So did you do the floating around. Because don't they have like an anti gravity room or something or was that like a wind tunnel. I Dunno I just remember uh-huh TV commercials on a on a Nickelodeon Dude. It was like I think that was like the on double dare that was like the ultimate prize sending you to space camp or something. I actually did go down to Alabama I went to the actual space camp And I did do the G. Experience but it's not a room They put you in a plane and the plane flies faster to Earth gravity. So that's where you get your zero g because as soon do they go into a dive. you are experiencing zero g until they pull back on or until you hit the ground. Do that's gnarly dude as a kid. That's got to be kind of intense though like being in a plane then all of a sudden it's like heading towards the ground. Ah Super Cool man like so like my childhood. That was one of my greatest childhood experiences that I can remember man and we didn't come from a Lotta means so Shots pop For holding it down for us because we like no money and he was able to in Me My brother. My sister to space camp when we were kids and We didn't do a lot like my whole childhood. We do a lot but we did you. That that's saying something though to have that experience as a kid and after everything you've done now like in your career and you've done just about anything anybody's ever wanted to do. You know what I mean like to go back and be like dude. That was one of my best memories from being a kid is space camp like a lot. Do that's like that's Kinda Rad. To how experience and be able to go back and be like yeah. That was awesome. Because that's the one thing that I hope I get to pass along in my lifetime. It's just that that people need to realize that it's not doing something it's when you do it and what it means to you at that point in your life like. Yeah I still remember those those memories extremely fondly because of what point in my life that happened to me you know like If vows you sent me a space camp right now I'm going to back. This is so dumb. Like why. Why am I here? You know what I mean But capturing that that ah you know a childhood excitement and and like wonder you know and and man it's just sparked so much TV and use it as ah kid and You know really opens your your mind out because like I travel because the first time I've traveled by myself ever without my parents they put me on a plane and sent let me on my way and I spent two and a half. I think it was like two and a half weeks something like that. Wow in Alabama at space camp and and No parents and just being. They're bunking up and like you know being put in a new situation with new kids new friends and I it was Definitely one of the best experiences of my life because of when it happened to me. You know that's funny because I think they're second be said of that. I remember when I was as a kid I went to. I went to basketball camp in Tucson it at the university Arizona and like every I went for like three or four years. And it's one of those like you're going away from home. There might be one other kid. You know from your town but by largest kids from all over the state of the country there and like you're thrown into these dorms with somebody you don't even know like Oh you know you're you're on your own as a kid new. That's kind of crazy to be like. I'm living on my own for a week. You know and like one. You have a lot of fun but to its dude you learn a lot about the people about yourself like it's it's Kinda completely different you know. I honestly if if you have the ability to send your kids off and do something like that. I firmly believe should because it just makes you a better person you know It teaches you how to be respectful to people and you know fit feeding and new situation like that and you know unless you know that You know the world isn't just your backyard. You know the world's a big place and it's small at the same time you know I I really think all kids should be. You know if if they're if they have the ability to get experience stuff like and I think they should know completely agreed man so I gotta gotTa say like we're we're talking about all this TV and everything else but one thing. I I guess I got a tip my cap not just a little bit. But you're even say they kind of got a good team this year. Tommy Yeah let's go to the Mall uh-huh Oh man Yeah Lawrence Fire and My good friend Matt John He is just been incredible. Defenseman this man. He's been sacking quarterback making plays like the whole team in general Has Been Insane man and What about the whole Tatler colored man all three hundred pounds tighten Hindu Nick like they're They're out there killed L.. That man like The the tight end game is thrown on the Ravens. Yeah well I know you got a lot of buddies on the team. One of your buddies got shipped off to Arizona sonal but how many games a year in that. Yeah Dude how many games here you go to quite a few Ravens Games. I know I see you pop up on instagram. Once in a while when you're at the Games and stuff like that. Yeah I I really need to catch up with Max lose. Next news is a really good friend of mine that Arizona Arizona Man. I was telling you I'm GonNa try to do a double D trip. We gotta come out and hit the desert Mean you and then we'll catch a cardinals game name the mascot extended so you know next year. Do that's done. We gotta make that deal happen. That'll be fun. Well we well. I don't know what Yeah I was GONNA say. We'll drag him out. I put him in some raisers too but I don't know I'm pretty sure that's a no no in the middle of the NFL season. I know pump the brakes. Stop what you thinking you know to do it and ask forgiveness later. You don't ask permission. Ask forgiveness later. That's one of those deals right. It's been my whole career whole career so that being said I don't know if we've ever talked about visiting the White House my man was that one of those where you gotta acid. There's got to be a lot. There's got to be a lot of things you're in the White House you like man. I would love to be able to check. What's behind that door? I'd like to open this drawer drawer. There had been a lot of like urges that you didn't scratch while you're there but there hasn't been a lot urges just curiosity you know what I mean. Well so just a heads up if you ever get a chance to go on a tour through the White House When you're in the main foyer don't play the PNO not to sell the White House? I got taken out man like I. I like walked over to the piano when I was like that. I like it like two keys and like this. Do you like straight up to step on me and I was I was like Oh okay. And I'm not touching the piano anymore 'cause like I saw his body language and He had that fast twitch like he he he took his step you. I'm not I was like well. It's funny because I'm like you know they say and they send you and you you guys are guys that like to push limits just in general right and here you guys are in the White House. And I feel bad for for Lindsey. Because at some point she's trying to learn what they held it. I show up here with these two guys..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"You're driving a fancy car, your wife's driving a fancy car, and then they wanna know what they're gonna do. So it's just a matter of investing all your money, and for debt free, and I'm going to say something that's totally inappropriate and, and sounds bad on every level. But, you know, the foreign born dentist get it. They come out. To school and five years later, they have no debt and the rest are life. They're putting money in a Bank account where they're making a nickel off each dollar their their life. If you're born in America, you run into these guys, I just read a dentist, a few days ago, sixty years old, just bought a new home on a thirty year mortgage. It's like it's like so you're going to be ninety someday. I mean, really I and so it's just it's just you if you're always paying a nickel on every dollar you spend from other people's money, make sure it's an investment that's going to grow and pay all that back. So it's just it's just living below your means do you and your wife talk about living below your means. I mean is that something you guys think about lot or more like fake until he made wings now 'cause, you know, you're gonna make later, we talked about a lot living lower, and that's always been process with everything I think that's one it's hard with, with some students because you, you know you hear what a dentist can do financially. So you assume the right out of dental school, that's where you should be. But it's just not the truth because you have all those loans, and if you wanna buy a house, or anything like that you're moving expenses this that and the other. So we've talked about that a lot, and I mean, we still have her car from two thousand three or little. She's like when I call it, but it's a little Toyota hoop. Dee and we still drive at everywhere. So I mean, we below our means and that's what you gotta do. Yeah. That, that roundtable, though, that is the best vice being. Why would you wanna go out what in the other thing to do it? It's a catch eases tells they're all burnt down there fried. So what are they gonna do? It's vacation are gonna to Wii and drop ten grand while not now you're going to be even more shots. Why didn't you go to the lake and go fishing for a dollar? And, and I got kids, I know a lot of people from these dental schools in our backyard. When you go to Mason, the other one, and I know them and I know they're dead. I'm like, well, when you get out of school, once you live with your dad, because I asked you bad, if he'd let you move in, and he and his dad said my God. He'd love it. And he's like I don't wanna live, my dad. Okay. Four hundred thousand student loans, and just went and bought a three hundred fifty thousand dollar house. Oh, well that's going to be a good investment. Really could you have Warren Buffett sign off on that? I'm pretty sure just liberal. Your Maine's move back in with your parents..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Not adding a website or Instagram, and same thing with that smile, which will, I mean a coaches, you up on how to do that to make your presence a little bit more known. And then it can drive your sales from that. Him because it's a piece that so many people are missing out on that piece of the pie right now. And I think it's you have to the way, the future, whether you like it or not. So what do you think of these on the, the new social media's all social is what we're. We're in or dental students at in social media. They have they left Facebook because their mom's on it now. Now, they're grandma, vaunted or they into Instagram Snapchat. We're when you're when you go back to Utah, and you want to start focusing on social media, which ones from the top to the bottom, or you're going to be spending your time and resources on the professional industry. I think Instagram is going to be a good one for people with my age group. And then I think the Facebooks gonna be a good one to get everybody else because and then if you can connect to from there, I think Facebook and Instagram, we're getting the best for dentists right now Twitter. I think it's good Atta presence. But I don't know if it's going to be the best one four dentistry. I think people want videos and pictures of dentistry, and an understanding because a lot of times, you know, we talk to these patients, sometimes like they understand, you know, some of these terms, but they don't so it's easier in picture format to let them know this is what she could get from before. And after. And they like seeing before actors now, I know I'm old, and I'm probably older than your dad. And I know you're young. And but the no the other one that you gotta you gotta keep your eye on is Lincoln. Because on Lincoln has a great job with benefits. There is no one on linked in. That's unemployed doesn't have dental and doesn't want to have a nice smile teeth. I mean my gosh. And then when you get someone in from Lincoln around here, they, they work at Intel, well, how many people work right until that are an engineer would dental insurance? I love Lincoln, but I but I know the young like Instagram and the old like Facebook. I knew Facebook was doomed when my mom told me she loved it. And, and I knew they don't be going so talk to the old people listening that just always tell me what, what is what is Instagram and Snapchat. What is it with that? What why would you like Instagram more than Facebook? Do the people don't get it. I think as far as from dentistry standpoint, I think that it's, it's more conceptual. I think you can just open up and look at pictures, you can search by what you're interested in things like that. And then you can kinda get just a picture view of everything that's going on. It's less. It can be less wordy, but you can also put the words in there to explain things I think it's just a quick instant gratification. I guess is one way to put it because that's kind of a social media is. But the pictures just make it a little bit more easy to understand what's going on. Especially from dentistry standpoint. But I mean I'm currently reading the book crushing it. And there was a dentist in New Jersey who she made presence on musically, which I never used musically and it's an app, more for, you know teams in in younger, and she made a booming amount of patients because of that app. Because kids will tell their parents. I wanna go to this dentist. Dr to New Jersey to go to this dentist. And she got new patients because of musically. So I think that, you know, any avenue can be successful, but I think Instagram is kind of a simple in because of the picture format. Okay. So you're you have a lot of ambition youth energy, and you want to own a chain of dental office. One day. Our you gonna get from what would your plan to get.

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"I think those have so many good tips. In like I said, you are willing to go out in contact some of these people that are on there that are at the forefront. I mean, not talked with Brady, Frank ad nauseam, because he just had so much knowledge about business, and I just picked his brain. So I think if you can get in contact with some of these doctors who are truly, you know, at the top of the business game where you wanna be if you see someone doing what you wanna do contact. That's why contacted you contacted Mark Costas. My goal is to, to learn as much as I can from people like you and all those people that are doing the business side. Yeah. And you know what all those people these podcasts. There are a lot of work. I mean, if a how wanna work and, and it's free and it's all in the service. I mean that shows you what kind of profession you are, where all these people are working really hard to get faster. Easier information for. For free, and it's really a cool profession. And the part of the networking thing is so important, a lot of dentists and, or just like, physicists, and chemists. They're shy introverted people. And in a social, I mean we live in a social heard of eight billion humans living on about five percent of the surface of this planet, seven percents water and man, it's not just what you know, it's who you know. And, and that kid Dennis all time and I'm pointing across street to dental cross street. And I said, how long have you parks guy? Seven years less. I'm you've had dinner them. Never. It's are you are you an alien both dentists. I mean I mean so, so do you think it's this come from your sports, your family? We're where did you get to have the? Just the foresight, and the energy do coal Brady Frank. I mean mostly will your class and you just told me had to call Brady Frank. They probably be stressed having Zaidi run. Talk about the importance of networking. I think networking is huge..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"You know, it's it comes from a place of the best person gets the, the best job type of thing I think that, that's why trying always push to do the best work. But I, I don't know. I noticed that to a lot of people, you know, they're competitive outside at it, but then they see like you said a certain thing they just don't wanna push to do it. But I think you gotta make yourself uncomfortable. You gotta be comfortable with the uncomfortable and I think that's something that I gained from athletics. Maybe that's why I feel like I have another thing. They, they always fear that they're gonna mess on get sued. Well, guess what? Everybody's going to get sued once used worry about that. Your dental malpractice carrier. It's like I know when my boys would call me up and they wrecked their car. I never asked, you know how much I asked everybody find that. That's one thing that matters the person from worry about my four boys driving a car. State farm, not me and on, on just just go in there and have some fun. So when you so you can go to sugarhouse is going to be great needs. For Piatra dentistry implants cosmetic as far as. T- industri- as you set out on your journey to master these disciplines. How do you think you'll do it? Do you think you'll do it online? You think you'll do go to courses? I mean how how let's cosmetics how where are you gonna learn how to be a great cosmic? Dennis. I had fortunately with this position. He offers the whole online library for spiritual. So I've been working with Frank spear online nonstop learning all the cosmetics of everything implant placements, and I know that I need to do some, the hands on stuff, but I think when you can really conceptualize it in wash his videos, Frank spirit as a great job at just basically dumbing down in walking people through it. So I've taken so many C courses for 'em already. Not only on those two subjects on a lot of other subjects, because like I said, I wanna do and had the knowledge on most things industry, but I think that'll be my first step in premier. I'll be actively pursuing in listening to what of the best courses as far as implants cosmetics everything like that. So, so in a booby Google's Lewis. Frank spear online. That's pretty a lot more lower costs than Frank's Perrin person. I mean on online cord like dental town has four hundred online courses, and they're like an Uber fair for each one and people pass over that. And painting, we're fair to the airport fly cross country job three grant. I mean it's just a lot easier to learn online. Don't you.

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"So the first six to twelve months, they'll really just ask me understanding everything in then from there. They'll, you know, they'll kinda hold my hand through the process. I'm sure, but the plan is on a practice men from there will just grow. Yeah. And the, the greatest companies ever build were people that on made the product. I mean, you know, engineers started on Ford that started Hewlett Packard on Sam Walton was a genius on supply chain management guy. That's all that came from. So I'm at crossroads of going forward should. Dental offices, the owned by non dentist. It's kind of scary. I mean at the end of the day, we're doing dentistry by dentists. I don't I don't know if I wanna ran by someone from Wharton school of business. I mean. Side of these horror stores of non dental people making dental decisions. So I think if anybody should manage a chain of dental offices, it should be dentists who can roll up sleeves and get down there and, and do some dentistry. Right. That's exactly how I think it's something to keep the integrity of the profession. And I think I'm so so, so you're gonna work in what, what city are you gonna be cameras? And what pleasant view Utah, or is it going to be Salt Lake City? I'll be in sugar house, which is just a little suburb of Salt Lake City, but currently doctor neighbor has practices aim sugarhouse Murray and riverton. And then Dr Quayle. He's got practices up and down that alley from Ogden down to ES one in Salt Lake. I know that and I think he has another one in between there. So do demographics matter. I mean, are you are you wanting to go to Utah because I'm I, I assume if you're an AT still going to Utah that you're LDS you gotta bend. You're not LDS. No. And it's amazing. How many interviews I went on and got to ask that question. Why? You look at this, they're always gorgeous handsome, people. I mean they are they just they're just amazing people and. Pretty too. So, so if you're not going there for that reason was was that the best demographic place to go, or was it the leadership more Cameron Quayle opportunity that overrode demographics? I think that there are a lot of pieces that went into this. I think the being close to our family was important. Both my wife and my family live in Idaho falls, which is three hours north or in the surrounding area by, so he was nice be close to family and demographics are really important. I started doing demographics early early on. And surprisingly, I think at the end of the day, Utah gets a stigma, and I think a lot of people preached it, it's this bad place to go. And there aren't opportunities and things like that. And I think it's been said so many times that people just spew that because people tell me that all the time now when I tell them ongoing Utah. But if you look at a lot of the demographics that I researched as far as growing, as far as a business safe environment as far as a people that actually go to the dentist in opportunities for dentists in businesses in small businesses. Utah's. A great place Salt Lake is a booming environment right now Dr demographic on your search step right now. But Dr demographic he's gone. The. Scott Magadan, and he and he does a lot of this stuff. So he always does kiss of death and thriving areas. He just recently did is twenty nineteen kiss of debt areas, but his twenty eighteen th riding areas number six on the list. I think was Salt Lake City for best metropolitan areas in the nation as far as where did you pay for demographic information? Or did you do it with a doctor Google instead of Dr governors. Did you try to do this online? I mean just put in putting them work..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"It's ridiculous. It's simple Klis. So, so, so, so tells more about your journey so after this Friday, what, what's your first move then? My little one. She's my little three year olds going to finish her schooling. She'd had like a preschool this. She's gonna finish up on next Thursday and we're gonna we're gonna hang out with her and just play with her. And then we actually move on may nineteenth. We'll be in Utah. We got a house out there and then I'll get going. I'm going to start the end of may with abundant dental and I'm actually going to start regardless of when my license comes in. I'm going to start assisting just to kind of understand the back office and things like that. And how they run everything just to get a better feel for everything. And then I think that'll make the transition more smooth when my license does come through, and we'll go from there. So abundant dental that's started by the genius pioneer, Chris, not you pronounce Neubauer may our neighbor. Our Chris neighb- our so talking about your journey. How do you run into that guy? So doctrinaire Bauer him. And I and then Anne-Marie we, we started talking. I was on one of my extra rotations. And, you know, his his philosophy in what he presents in, in kind of how he pushes his people. I mean he started Fatemi re books. He sent it over some see courses. He just really got the ball rolling in any explain some his background as far as he had twenty six practices in the DC area. And then he sold those two, I guess, conglomeration in kind of boot on, you talk him in his wife fell in love with Park City. So we just kept the conversation line open and from there. He just continued on with, you know, from the job and I liked what he was doing. I like his future plan. He wants to have four hundred practices and things like that. He's really trying to grow from a business standpoint. And and get the ball rolling with that. I thought he sold all of its practices in retired city, it fills them all out east, yet, he got rid of him in DC in the east trying to redo it in Utah. So right now, he has three currently who's buying? He was purchasing or. In the works of purchasing the fourth one during my interview, but his plan long-term, they have four hundred in the. West area with. Amazing. We'll told them to come on the show and talk about it. You you'd probably love to be a great person to talk to because the thing, that's all these kids. You know, sometimes you get a bad attitudes they wish had office and they're working for some corporate dentistry might did somebody, somebody to Hartland is managing nine hundred offices. Are you pretty sure there's nothing you could learn from that 'cause I'm pretty damn sure that if you come printed about ten percent of what Rick workman, Pat Bauer? No, you'd have a million, probably be collecting a million five taking home, three fifty two years out of school. And so, so, so, so you're going to get a job at abundant and do you wanna be you're going to be an employee? How long do you want to be an employee as your longer goal to open your own office that you own yourself? What, what's your what do you think at this age so long term that I want to own practices, and I want to own my practice and I want to run. Practices and things like that. And kinda like I said the business side is really interesting to me, but I wanna keep my hands into dentistry, and within the first six twelve months, he's gonna have me running a practice which will really give me some hands on skills all about the thrown in the fire. I think that's a good way to learn. And I think you need to be a little bit. You know, understanding of the business side before you can just get thrown into the fire with something as important as dentistry, you can't just jump in there blindly..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"It's obviously still a good by his look how many people are still a blind dental school. Every time there is a ten thousand the, the. Demand doesn't drop assocation. So you're sitting here right now. And, you know, the average specialists in America nets net income is about one hundred thousand dollars more than a general dentist. So you're faring cameras up. Dennis did you have thoughts of specializing or did you want to be General Dennis or how, how did your thinking go on this? I went into school actually with that. I was gonna specialize in pediatrics. I think a lot of that had to do with Cameron coil. But I stepped away from that because I kind of opened the door to all of the specialties and just kinda got an understanding for everything. I didn't wanna close the door on anything. Because I knew that, that would just be a good way to chew myself in the basically, and then get done with school in maybe wish that I had focused on something a little bit more. So my plan was to stay general and my wife and I had a really big talk about that because I have a really strong interest in business, and I've always had a strong interest in business as well as helping patients on every level at a one stop shop. Enter the things that really are outside of my realm absolutely refer those, but as far as no helping patients than than keeping that business mentality at general, just seem like the best fit for everything. So for the two guys that are listening today, letters older. We, we keep hearing all these things that millennials are so different. You know, I'll goes and all that kind of stuff in your class. How, how big your graduation glass, I think we, it's a little over seventy seventy four maybe okay of those seventy four kids, how many of them, do you think like business like the Bizet dentistry would like to own their own business as opposed of saying? Hello. I'd never do that. I wanna go work for Aspen. I don't like to put a number on it. But just guesstimate it, I would say about, I would say about maybe twenty to thirty really do like the business side, the other just kinda wanna ask different route. But that's guest, I've never dug into that too much with a lot of people, but I do know there, there's a good handful of people that are interested in the business side. And how many the end they also told us the change that now that, that dental professional went from mostly mail, you know, GV black and peer for shar to half the clasping woman that the women are more likely to just want to jobs, then go home and not Dory about the business. Do you think that's true or not true? I think that's also that's case specific because I think that there are a lot of people a lot of women out there who are very interested in the business side. I know that for a fact. One of the doctors that I worked with pretty closely, Stephanie Mohan, she's very strong on the business side. And, and I really enjoyed talking to her. I think she's got a lot of really good things. Go on. She's kind of on the poor front. Stephanie MO and clear out in Iowa. Yes. Ally actually. Listen to a lot of these podcasts starting my first year, and I would reach out to a lot of the doctors when I felt like they were someone who I really respected from listening to him, and things like that, and I would try and contact them and just pick their brains and things like that. And Dr Mohana I, I heard her first on your podcast, actually, in doctor Mohana. I started talking during my the beginning of my second year, the end of my first one of the two, and she just kept the door open, and she had a lot of great ideas. She was a great mentor with allowed opportunities. I actually. I've talked with wheat. We still keep in touch cheese. She got a good thing or she's amazing. He was episode. I'll one forty and my gosh, what an amazing role model and what I love about people like Stephanie..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"And that was in junior high when I really got interested in in continuing on with dentistry kept migrates up got into school play sports play basketball football. We stay, I rode the bench and basketball, just wanna be clear with that. But got there at put in a lot of effort and things like that, as far as time management and I just kept my interest, because my mentor during college Cam Quayle. He is a pediatric dentists in Utah's well and he played football. We stayed as well prior to his dentistry, so I kinda just it wasn't worth. Cameron quayle. C. A. M. E. R. O N quail like bird to you a y. And so what are your early mentors was a pediatric dentist? Yup. Any played e- played tight end at we stayed. Also before he went into Dan, astray. So I kinda bounced ideas, and then my parents push me along the way as well. And kind of get that fire going. So I knew I had to keep my grades up and things like that. But that's how I kinda continued onto the dentistry path long story short. So a lot of those cutting interesting, a lot of those a lot of our forefathers on were big dudes like you. And that was, how engine dripping Endo got started. There was a ended on us in Chattanooga. Tennessee named John expat and back when is about your age? He's this monster of a man. I mean I mean and he showed me as hand. I mean, he, he couldn't have done a root canal on the second molar. So he had to look at that hand piece. And thank. How can I do this? The something I can hold. Amazing. So so how is still it's been great. It's been the clinical experience that you get at the school. I feel like a second to none the external rotations that we get. Well, we're here are amazing. You really do a lot of dentistry on those. It's, it's an environment where the more that you put in the more you get out of it. So if you're really interested in doing certain things, and you make that clear. I think a lot of the faculty, as well as those external rotations they really push you to get things done that can allow you to do better in the future. So can I ask a personal question? What kind of student loan debt, are you gonna have? I'm gonna have quite a bit as far as married with a baby. Yes, sir. Well, so my wife worked fulltime while we were in dental school in prior to that school. So that was really helpful. And she really she helped me through this process, a lot, not only from that standpoint, but on other standpoints but fortunately, I had a full ride scholarship for undergrad. So I Don. You have to have that build on top of my dental school loans. So that's gonna help out quite a bit. But what do you think you'll what do you think that that will be though? Our personal. No. I think when it's all done, it'll be between two fifty to three hundred so two hundred fifty to three hundred thousand dollars live in the richest country in the world, the United States as a doctor. And, and you go ask on camera Cameron quail, who's been a pediatric done how many years you've been a pediatric Dennis up there. I actually don't know number to put on that. But I'll it's in the double digits that ask him to tell you in all his years at as a pediatric dentists, on what the average divorce cost from all of his identity runs out there. I mean, everybody freaks out about the three hundred thousand dollar student loan. I just want to remind him their first voice will be well north of a million dollars. So I, I think three hundred thousand dollars to become a doctor in America..

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"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ninety two three SM. Get some perspective. Bruce, Saint James empanel Hughes. The saga the tale of Mike Bibby. The former university Arizona wildcat things by to say that. The former NBA player and now the former shadow mountain high school head basketball coach. This. This story continues to I I will say evolve, Pamela because as more and more people dig into it and try to find out exactly what happened between him and a teacher. The question all starts to pop up. Well, if and when did the school know about this, and should they have done something about it? Earlier a statement after the story first broke paradise valley school district said that they became aware of the accusations around Valentine's Day, okay and started their own investigation. Now, keep in mind that this alleged attack took place in two years ago, not around Valentine's Day. No. But in two thousand seventeen okay. So that's what the district said in their statement. But as we're beginning to learn more about this this alleged attack. You've got the teacher. Claims that Mike baby pulled her into his car and put threw himself on her and smelled of alcohol and was rubbing himself up against her. She's very descriptive in this is a sexual assault. I think by every measure, we would say, and she also claims that there were some other staff members. I don't want to say present. It wasn't like they were standing around the hood of the car or anything along those lines. But there may have been some other staff members nearby that she claims witness what happened, and she also says she told some other teachers there about this. So other people were aware among them. We also find that the athletic director apparently new two years ago, not February fourteenth. But to two thousand seventeen how do we know that? Well, the teacher go on goes on to say that. Bibi discussed whether she would report it a few days after it happened. Okay. That he approached her in her classroom. They talked about it. Asked if she was going to say anything, and she said, no, here's the thing. She said no because she was thinking of his players. That's what she wrote according to the restraining order that she filed two weeks ago got it. He then asked if she would tell the athletic director who was sitting outside in his car. Okay. That she wasn't going to report. She told the athletic director. I wouldn't say anything that's what she wrote again. And this restraining order, he gave a fist pump, and they laughed. So the athletic director is also the shadow mountain attendance dean, so you now have administers administration who's involved. Okay. I stop right there. Okay. Everything I understand about the for any company. I'm gonna assume schools in the state of Arizona the same sexual assault sexual harassment allegations. He at the moment, she told him had a responsibility to report it district guidelines mandate that Bruce the paradise valley district guidelines says guidelines mandated if it happens here numbering smell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. If you'd be I'm aware of it. I took that class. I the boss. Yes. Absolutely. You need to report it. So here's the thing. We have other staffers that aren't report it we had the. Athletic director who didn't report it. We have the victim herself. Who didn't report it? Now, we can have a conversation about the victim. And why they don't report. I mean, we've had that conversation quite come forward in the wake of Christine blase Ford and the supreme court. And so I'm not trying to give her a pass. I, but I know that that is quite difficult to do. I guess for me. I guess for me where where I take a little bit of a different turn with her. And I I I know I'm even really kind of uncomfortable going down this path please bear with me, folks. As I go there for a second. If she didn't come forward two years ago. Because of the shame okay of the attack. Right. Worry that it had had profound impact on her life, which I'm sure it did I'm not trying to negate that by her own admission. A couple of days after the attack. She says she wasn't going to say anything because she was thinking of his players. I do not know shadow mountain high school. Okay. I. Aware in the last. What is it? Is it possible probable that? The I want to see at this point. They would have won what four state championships. They would have had seventeen how many? Three maybe depending on five in the last six years four years ago three let's go with it. So three. Was the pressure. The concern that could would you be the person be at this teacher or be the administrator who knew about it, the one that upsets us applecart gravy train this thing that's putting us on the map. This thing that bring school spirit. All these is that is that too much pressure to ask for one person. So. And I'm kind of thinking about this and playing this out on on the air with you guys which can be dangerous. So again, give me a little grace here. But. She said in her written statement, according to the restraining order, she wasn't going to tell because she was thinking of the players was really thinking of the players. Okay. Or was there a culture within the school and potentially even school district that? Winning was so important. It wasn't about the players. It was about what winning and having that. How it made them? Fusion meant to think of the the the the. You say had for the championship team. And and what it did for school spirit for lack of better, and and and run that through like your own filter. Like, I am I going to be the one. Yeah. Can you be the one that tears? It all down and destroys some them a little conflicted. And like, I listen, I've said it on the air many many times before when somebody comes forward, whether it is, you know, two days two months two years twenty years down the road. I tend to believe the accuser, I tend to believe the victim. Give me a reason not to an open. But my knee jerk is to believe. There is a process that go through. But. In the court of public opinion. I tend to believe I do find this interesting some point that if the school knew about it two years ago didn't do anything about. What did they find out recently when they made them immediately fire him? Okay. Because you know, what I'm saying? Yes. Because it isn't accusation. Okay. There's a restraining order, right? But that does not proof of. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. I'm just trying to lay off the backs. No charges have been filed. Police are investigating got it. So what did the school district? Why did the school district decide to say you can no longer work? Here was the if it was just the mere presence of an allegation led to this decision. They had the allegation that would sound good. Like, we're not standing for this. We have a line in the sand who knew two years ago. I mean, we know certain people that did I don't know if because made it to the district level. I don't have the principal. New. I don't know if the superintendent new. Right. But, but I think we need to get the facts of everything I feel for this woman. I'm just trying to look at what's the culture going on where she felt it was necessary to protect. She says players was the team. Was it the school was it winning because that's exactly what obviously Mike Bibby dead. That's what the athletic director dead. And is that what the other staff members who either witness or she told was doing as well. I would only say that. It would not surprise me only because we have heard of similar stories similar is with organizations sports teams. Celebrities, whatever that there was a culture that nobody wanted to be the one to ups upset the cart. Nobody wants to be the one that. No, nobody ever wants to be that person more powerful or the bigger something is the harder. It is to to be that one. That throws the first stone, the the amount of strength and courage that takes us. Incredible governor Ducey another bold bold stand. For governor Ducey governor Ducey our governor here in Arizona. Says he's anti measles. Was that a hard one to come out and say, he's also I want to point that out. He's very pro. Actually, I I do give him credit because he also says Arizona is pro vaccination see. Yeah. About that. Right after Bob McClay gets us up to speed with our top stories..

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"university arizona" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on TechStuff

"Different companies and research organizations and colleges so here's the full list and it's pretty long you got the university of hawaii you've got cornell you've got michigan state university arizona state university university of south florida university of maryland the institutes for behavior resources smart information flow technologies blue planet foundation pacific international space center for exploration systems and nasa and the result was that high seas organization and they had plotted out exactly where they wanted to put this experimental habitat in a place that would closely resemble the surface of mars and essentially abandoned people for months at a time not really abandoned people i'll get more into that but really limit the interaction people could have with anyone outside of the habitat itself so the experiments site is on the volk keno of mounted loa on the big island of hawaii and i'm being obnoxious the way i pronounce these things largely because the big island of hawaii is my favorite place to visit i have been there multiple occasions and it is probably the slowest island in the chain as far as like all the ones that people go to for tourist purposes awas who is where honolulu is that's where the major airport is that's where the major city is you've got hawaii which is gorgeous and tiny and they shot a lot of lost on coeli and it's beautiful but a little touristy little small touristy section and then you've got maui which is like the resort island i've been to a wa who i've into those islands and big island big island to me is my favorite it is a little more laid back and it has a lot of different ecosystems from rocky beaches to.

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"university arizona" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To a place the south and preserving it he said the american tourists the american tourists in the automobile people have their national park that's the interstate highways but he didn't want tourists he was kind of a so he he's a great believer in freedom here he is from seventy two from television station k u tv let's abby at abbey the major danger to this area's too much economic development too much roadbuilding mitch oil exploration mineral exploration commercial tourism he's utah is one of the great adventure places left on earth and i think we should do try to keep it wild and primitive it really is the property not only have all the american people but we've all people in the world where did you go to see it abbey's material his archives at the university of arizona he taught creative writing there for a while lived in tucson off and on and he their files and files in speeches and tapes and manuscripts of his in the university arizona library that acceptable anybody who's gonna public to visit his book the monkey wrench gang is also given a term to literature and monkey wrenching among other things been following things up in addition to the mechanical tool and it's a very entertaining delightful storytelling but decidedly with the point of view he was he was against his for population control for much border security he would he would be supporting trump's wall today because he didn't want people coming in and he very iconoclastic but it's a book that should be read young people enjoy reading it and it's a kind of cult book particularly in the west for young people to read he wrote a nonfiction piece of work which is also quite admirable desert solitaire which is coming memoirs of his being a seasonal employees in the national parks in that region from his youth time cuban day on c span radio our guest this week is professor tom cronin of colorado college he discusses his book imagining a great republic in your book from time and time we get a glimpse of what you think this is just one sentence that i pulled out they say as earlier noted that believing the founders of our country who wiped out indians propagated slavery and gave us the electoral college where the greatest geniuses in the world is flawed logic at best yeah that's probably influenced from arthur slesinger.

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"university arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I have to go to work i couldn't believe it but he just wanted to meet it on the mound resolve that jailers' andrey la fans are great i you know our mr mad you know eighteen years as a new york man and now i was just wondering i know that you're you have some health issues that guy who has the biggest thing is going on yeah what what exactly are you dealing with well this past year i had three surgeries on my foot i had an infection on my foot i had some toes amputated vienna a diabetic for forty years and that's certainly something that people out there that diabetics have to watch themselves he get a cut of something you've got a mate make sure you maintain nazi you don't get an affection 'cause it'll just the amputations of common in there but what happen is i found out with you i've going through this i needed a kidney so i had to go for some testing and stuff and the winds up by i'm i'm going in for a kidney transplant at some point dr darius out at stony brook hospital uh is going to be doing the procedure and we're looking now for donor because you go on the list the takes five six years to really find out the proper match makes a too long in the in the cycle you too old do all this stuff go through that so they're looking for a donor so if they contacts donnybrook it's great bill hopefully we can find a met fan out there that has two good kidneys you only need one you know why give it up and chad ligament trade memory hit me the do it does well you know maybe i know some people that like would like a nineteen six nine mets serves rangpur something that you're not knowledge all right i got to do any of that against it's been great i have a lot of pictures that i liked it over the years yeah no and it's the nice of the fan his to see their faces been good but the whole key and of course they i appreciate you getting me on here you know as we're looking for a kidney i know your story one added it's great stony brook is a great faciliate just had my daughter they're just a couple of weeks ago stony brook yale university arizona your if.

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"university arizona" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Anc aa is just this short of organized crime okay unless there that is a little come on let's slow down all right here stand van gundy talking about the whole one and done in the nba any hate that knee wishes kid could go right to the nba in says one of the worst organizations maybe the worst organization in sports and there's certainly don't care about the athletes and they're going to act now like they're just appalled by all these things going on in college basketball to lease you know come on it's ridiculous and then it's all coming down on coaches let me say this this interstate rob has more than one exit i think the nc aa is a bunch of hypocrites i don't think it's perfect okay but you can't live in a society where arizona or louisville are having brothels on campus and paying players and gone zag in virginia aren't i agree there on the wall i agree with that part okay second okay i'm slug just say it's an african american player although there's plenty of all sorts of kids from all over the world lang called basketball so i'm a 17yearold africanamerican kit i can go to the g league i can go international or i can enter view which by the way there is a system set up they can interview six agents choose one in for nine months he pays for trainer all he says that you gotta keep me for the first contract so you interview 509 choose him and it gives you a hundred thousand bucks or a hundred and fifty for nine months and you work out what a trainer and you still get drafted and let me just throw this out if you don't go to college the frankly there's a little bit of a mystery about you it doesn't necessarily hurt your draft stock it doesn't necessarily the more people see of the of the more they pick you apart this idea that a kid that does choose doubt one exit off the interstate college basketball it ruins is life is not coal mining like it's not going to afghanistan let's see end up going to carolina for nine months and not getting paid carnival call life right isn't steve kerr a better human having gone to the university arizona for three year no i i get that part but the.

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"university arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Get hot heavy heated so actually them cameras kind of bang and heads are just started to have a familyowned you're in my space or no i was here for this simple as it gets its older and up for a rebound in on some guys trying to push you off the block it's like the beginning of that movie two thousand one it's just like the caveman with their a territorial kinda needs yeah know is my turf your turf is over there they have you been in a situation where he's there was some guy kennedy took your turf no i stay to myself i don't want any trouble but if you're like an airport line in some guy tries to cut if confronting i'm on make a comment that whole never forget the passive exactly so anyway durant called bowl as you're in meyer said i don't want to get fined for right david west said yeah like dream on is going to go up never 23 it you know what i mean but the more people analyze it it was just you know it's obviously from lebron's camp be you wonder why would the brandi with you know is you can mullet over for another day why does he do half the stuff he does do trying to rob the bulk at minding his own squad undermine while his squad as an afterthought if i was a teammate a lebrun james a cleveland right now be like guy where's your head what are we doing right now we are we trying to move you out to the bay trying to win some ballgame night what serie i'd like to see somebody in the cavs locker room call him out to not like that to or how about this here's a radical thought how about a coach could see the he can't did know coach can do that because i told the yesterday he uses coach coaches for fertilizer duty he mall she with coaches so he goes out to the garden with a wheel bear all full a coaches ashes and just dump some in their effort allies and steve kerr will not be mulch smilin' dude kurd i just want any part of this dude volume too much fun beat them every spray anyway aaron aided by an entire university arizona mikhail center.

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"university arizona" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Here & Now

"Student debt and unlike public hospitals for people animal clinics can be forced to turn away clients if they can't pay for services it just takes a lot of practice to reassure yourself that you've done the best that you could with the information that you had at the time over the years johnson is seen first hand how serious the consequences of stress can be one of her favourite professors died by suicide so did a surgeon who worked closely with her clinic i don't know what the answer is i don't i don't know how to fix it but i know that we need to talk about it more a study of us veterinarians found their almost twice as likely as the general population to experience psychological distress like depression and mental illness it suggests one in six have thought about suicide since graduating on a boat with the troubled with other people that holbrooke dr charles figli is a psychologist whose pioneered the study of what's called compassion fatigue it's a secondary trauma that impacts people who are constantly helping those in pain doctors for example are at risk for this emotional exhaustion which could in turn contribute to depression they have nowhere forget around looking at the r oh they required to try to figure out how to health figli compares it to secondhand smoke you inhaled troubles that aren't your own symptoms can include anxiety trouble sleeping and burnout bigley says to combat compassion fatigue with self care and support if they can transform their into working and learning from their struggle then they can transform it into stepping stone before need transformation can happen people have to recognize there is a problem dr carlos gartrell is an administrator at midwestern university arizona's only veterinary school a lot of our students are high cheever's they haven't dealt with failure before she says when she was in vet school thirty years ago there were no classes outside of science.

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