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"university meeting" Discussed on WTVN
"Set themselves while the zoo paid real estate taxes, Utilities and repairs prepare used tickets to the Blue Jackets and Ohio State Sports, which was supposed to be used to entertain clients of the zoo for family members, all on the zoo's dime. ABC Sixes Tom Bosco reporting there The Lucas County coroner today. Releasing the findings in the death of Bowling Green State University Students Stone folds Delaware County native died last month today. The Lucas County Coroner's autopsy report says that false died from accidental alcohol poisoning during a hazing incident. So far, no one has been charged out of his death. But the investigation continues. Yesterday the university met with Pi Kappa Alpha. Fraternity declined to move forward with the hearing following multiple school violations, including hazing, providing alcohol and endangering students. And today a woman has been given a suspended sentence for her role in the death of another woman who was struck and killed by a falling log it hawking Hill State Park in 2019 44 year old Victoria Schaefer was taking photos when she was struck by that log that was pushed off a cliff by two teenage boys. Now 20 year old Miranda Spencer pled guilty to obstructing official business and was handed a nut suspended 90 Day jail sentence, and O'Donnell is announcing the start of the summer construction season and one major project will happen along 71 near the gym and I Parkway interchange where a $6 Million project will widen this south bound lanes. Meanwhile, April is also distracted. Driving awareness Month. I'm Alison Wiant. Our next news update in 30 minutes and breaking news at once. News radio 6 10 W T V en America has a new choice for 24 7 news. The Black Information Network is telling our stories from our perspective, all news and all that matters to our community. Listen to the Black information.
Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley
"We talked last week about how the stories of lack inventors were literally left out of the history books. Documenting the early internet now. A story about preserving that history in late twenty nineteen archivists from stanford university met in fremont california with over a dozen black engineers and entrepreneurs who had been working in the tech industry for decades. One of them was. Danny allan also been first engineering. Professors say some people in this class. That don't belong five of us thirty so actually wound up hating engineering. While to become an engineer. Alan worked as an engineer for bank of america and the electric power research institute in palo alto. He's now the vice president of global diversity and inclusion at sap labs stanford was interviewing allan and others for a new archive dedicated to the history of black people. Working in silicon valley henry low would helped build stanford silicon valley archive as a curator at the university. And he had realize that the stories of allen and others at that meeting were missing from the university's records to realize that there are substantial communities successful people who've not been fully represented. The archive is a. You know a bit of a shock. It's kind of sad disappointing. That that were at this position. But you very grateful to be be in a situation where i can try to respond to it though it had been inspired by kathy cotton. A longtime silicon valley recruiter turned archivist. She saw that. No one was telling the stories of the many black engineers and software developers. She knew were important to. The tech. industry's success. So
"university meeting" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Anywhere. Police are still searching for a suspect. Siri's of late night parties in New York's Washington Square Park has GNU concerned about crowding a show Apollo reports Brandon Giddens was break dancing in the park with his mask on talking about how others are behaving around. Now there's a lot of our brain, the mass, and there's nothing I can do about it. I have to keep my distance. On Friday night, the NYPD, he showed up to tell crowds to go home Saturday night, the crowds were back. In a statement, the university said Being outside in the park is not against the rules. Rules as long as the students are wearing masks, maintaining proper physical distancing and avoiding the kind of large, crowded activities that have been associated with transmission of covert 19. A show Kabbalah, NBC News Radio New YORK Big 10 teams might actually play football this fall. The presidents of Big 10 universities meet today to develop a plan. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. No can do. That is what Tic Tac's parent bite dances, saying regarding selling or transferring the algorithm behind the video sharing app in any sale or divestment. That's according to the South China Morning Post setting a source, the report says by dance will not hand out the source code behind the social media platform. But the company's US based technology team would be free to develop a new algorithm, and that would be a condition for a sale of the company's U. S assets. Softbank Group executives are reviving discussions about taking the Japanese technology company Private. That's according to the financial Times, citing people with knowledge of the matter, The report says, though, that there's some internal opposition toe a management buyout as being a public listed company carries cachet in Japan. Softbank declined to comment to the paper yesterday. We heard in Video Corp is nearing a deal to acquire Softbank's.
"university meeting" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I urge parents protect your kids it's their right to be safe and you're right to ensure it as far as you're able for breakpoint i'm john stonestreet it's not incomparable voice of the great marian anderson who's nine thousand nine hundred thirty nine easter sunday concert in front of the lincoln memorial inspired then ten year old martin luther king and led him to make his prize winning speech five years later when he was graduating from high school at age fifteen he he started at morehouse college ended up doing very well his last years was valedictorian and went on much to his father satisfaction to theological seminary cruiser seminarian pennsylvania and then ended up studying for a doctorate at boston university and it i he was concerned about what he called the emotionalism of religious life and was not sure that he would follow his father's example but he agreed to officially be ordained and to become associate pastor of his father's church which had been his grandfather's churches well the evans or baptist church in atlanta and i king while he was studying at boston university met a a young lady and he was not quite certain yet that he wanted to go into the ministry but he was certain about the young lady her name was coretta scott she was studying to be a singer like marian anderson and studying the very prestigious new england conservatory of music and within an hour of their first meeting as he was driving her back to her school he turned to her and said you know you have everything i ever wanted a woman we ought to get married someday well they were married shortly thereafter married by his father a june eighteenth nineteen fiftythree on the lawn of the house of her father ovadia scott who was a self made businessman who had a filling station a grocery store trucking and more and.
"university meeting" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Incomparable voice of the great marian anderson who's nineteen thirty nine easter sunday concert in front of the lincoln memorial inspired then ten year old martin luther king and led him to make his prize winning speech five years later when he was graduating from high school at age fifteen he he started at morehouse college ended up doing very well his last years was valedictorian and went on much to his father's satisfaction to theological seminary cruiser seminary in pennsylvania and then ended up studying for a doctorate at boston university and it first he was concerned about what he called the emotionalism of religious life and was not sure that he would follow his father's example but he agreed to officially be ordained and to become associate pastor of his father's church which had been his grandfather's churches well the evans are baptist church in atlanta and i king while he was studying at boston university met a a young lady and he was not quite certain yet that he wanted to go into the ministry but he was certain about the young lady her name was kereta scott she was studying to be a singer like marian anderson and studying the very prestigious new england conservatory of music and within an hour of their first meeting as he was driving her back to her school he turned to her and said you know you have everything i ever wanted in the woman we ought to get married someday well they were married shortly thereafter married by his father a june eighteenth nineteen fiftythree on the lawn of the house of her father ovadia scott who was a self made businessman who had a filling station a grocery store trucking and more and.
"university meeting" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In seattle to la multiple times for seven years to get additional cells without telling him they had this commercial interest in his sells more sued and eventually reached a settlement with ucla that mr moore certainly felt betrayed through the process some of the same issues are surfacing again as university researchers realized that they are sitting on a valuable trove of digital medical records such as cat scans and are starting to use these records to develop commercial products in a certain sense whether it's cells or bits and bytes it's all information about an individual at some level dr nobile suffer a radiology professor at emory university met me at a recent medical meeting to talk about these issues he says that if that information ends up being used to develop a commercial product that's worth millions are patients entitled to a cut that's a question that i think we really need to figure out you know and if i were a patient and my data was used to develop something which was being shared outside as product i'd wanna know that's usually not how it's done at many research hospitals patients routinely sign a paper in that huge stack of admission paperwork giving permission for the institution to use their personal data for research for someone to sign away the rights in perpetuity for their day to be used for all possible research applications in the future that's something that i i think would deserve a lot of scrutiny and that's not something that i would agree with but that's exactly what happens at johns hopkins hospitals and it's approved by the university ethics committees says dr karen horton head of radiology one major protection is that the data they are using for.
"university meeting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Multiple times for seven years to get additional cells without telling him they had this commercial interest in his self more sued and eventually reached a settlement with ucla that mr moore certainly felt betrayed through the process some of the same issues are surfacing again as university researchers realized that they are sitting on a valuable trove of digital medical records such as cat scans and are starting to use these records to develop commercial products in a certain sense whether it's cells or bits and bytes it's all information about an individual at some level dr nobile suffer a radiology professor at emory university met me at a recent medical meeting to talk about these issues he says that if that information ends up being used to develop a commercial product that's worth millions are patients entitled to a cut that's a question that i think we really need to figure out you know and if i were a patient and my data was used to develop something which was being shared outside as a product i'd wanna know that's usually not how it's done at many research hosp spills patients routinely sign a paper in that huge stack of admission paperwork giving permission for the institution to use their personal data for research for someone to sign away the rights in perpetuity for their data used for all possible research applications in the future that's something that i think would deserve a lot of scrutiny and that's something that i would agree with but that's exactly what happens at johns hopkins hospitals and it's approved by the university's ethics committees says dr karen fourteen head of radiology one major protection is that the data they are using for example to develop artificial intelligence.
"university meeting" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Across the university and i have the great privilege of moving across the university meeting people and i know that one could never say that there was one constellation of agreement on anything a frankly in this whole situation but having said that i will say that i think that it is in fact this question about the role of universities and who students are that has come to the fore and is the uniting factor it's true the government often appetizers this interest in treating universities as businesses student says consumers and so that comes thick and fast it's also true though there's a lot of university manages we would you say it and just the other day we had the muscle group tweeting from its twitter account the if you go to university you have a sound of thousand pounds more than anyone else and the protocols of the crisis wasn't anything the government did it was universities uk moving to downgrade stall pensions so part of the problem suddenly government but a big part of the problem is the university managers absorbing a lot of this kind of government audiology the finish of league tables all these different ways in which we compete against one another and that's a big part of the problem and i think you get less oxygen cambridge for historic reasons but it's a massive problem in wider sector i agree actually i think that there has been an assimilation of this rhetoric within the university sector i want to vo go back to my earlier assertion i think a large part of this comes from driving forces that the government has created with seeming public support over a long period of time or at least no public reaction i think it's actually now time to be a public reaction i would only say on the pension issue itself we do have to remember that this wasn't actually created by uk it was created by the pension regulator and the trustees declaring that in fact the pension was not going to be.
"university meeting" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Trump university meets headline was trump wants all teachers to have guns trump wants teachers that have got underwent teachers have guns i won highly trained people that have a natural talent like killing a baseball or hitting a golf ball or putting how come some people always make the fourfooter and some people under pressure can't even take the club back right some people can't take it lepuc and you don't know what it is the those words are in or those words your hard to train for but you wanna hang up on our bones great those words are hard to train food he easily explaining peak performance y you interrupted those words to chain for this super had to train for like look send people get nervous when the taking a putt some people get nervous when the facing someone with an air fifteen in a deathwish we just need someone who has the natural ability to dealer that you you have to isolate those people so what we're going to do is also an enough his be ten fifteen twenty percent how many in custody ladder money it's going to cost a lot of money that we're going to isolate those are gonna find those people the deepseated psychological profiling of everyone in every school everywhere and then we're not going to pay and then we wag as it will be cheaper to your recipes you'll be great people where people know they're going to be taking it the bad guy has to understand that is a big price to pay when they mess around with a student you can't just say oh we're going to heart nor schools were going to blow smoke into the room.
"university meeting" Discussed on KOIL
"Talk twelve ninety over ninety years yeah joining us now seventy eight percent of people not too much month live at the end of the money seventy eight percent of living paycheck paycheck on your streak that site outcome houses on your street living paycheck to paycheck let's not okay people in your community or more stressed out then they should be there more broken they should be there's no excuse for that and the richest country the world has ever known but we spend all well spend like we're in congress it's out of control that is one of the things that started me thinking all these years ago i rather statistics similar to that an older stat back in the day seventy percent not seventy eight percent was in the wall street journal when i first started twenty five thirty years ago and i start thinking this is just not okay and i know how to help them i know how to get them out of debt and get them where they can breathe again and we ended up putting it into a class called financial peace university meet once a week for nine weeks five million people now been through this clash and you know people like you holding the clashes a coordinator that's what's caused it to happen view cause people to change their lives people like you that our volunteers that our financial peace university coordinators and we don't really expect our coordinators to be like have an mba and finance financial financial experts in fact forty percent of our coordinators are going through the class for the first time while they lead the clash you don't even have to have been through it to lead it we're just looking for folks that care about people and i wanna do.
"university meeting" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And discussing some concern isn't it yeah that's right rod the first racist message was found written on a flyer a residence hall on friday then another thrower was found in that same dorm building yesterday morning written in marker routed dorm room door a unice wambach in her roommate nicole harvey say they're concerned about their safety now with those messages being written universities president address the incident in a letter to students at administrators he calls the behavior unacceptable and says they're going to do everything within their power to determine who was responsible officials are looking at whether those messages are related and the school told me this morning brought as far as the investigation is no updated this time interviews with students living of the residents hall are going on and police are still seeking leads from the community so what's next ben while the public forums going to be held this afternoon to discuss these incidents he will be at whitehall on the framing hemp state campus university president says it's important that we come together as a community to condemn this behaviour address your questions and concerns and show our support for one another now the west who have been an all university meeting to discuss a fiveyear strategic plan instead this events being moved to the dwight hall performing arts center it will be used as an open forum to discuss the issue now the president says he strongly encourages everyone to attend as a community he says we will work to prevent these incidents and the divisiveness they breed so we can move forward and he'll now merely gonzalez as the schools diversity and inclusion officer she says they're working to get to the bottom of this they want to hold those accountable responsible exactly ben parker thank you surgeons from across the commonwealth are of the state house today it is there annual advocacy day on the hill and their focus is on opium the levi's used carl stevens joints were here in the studio and carl their first speaker was boston police commissioner william evans that's right because those who put this conference together this summit if you will they wanted these surgeons to hear what it's like at the street level to deal with people who are addicted with addicted to opioids and to mr evans talked about a problem that's not a crime so much as it.
"university meeting" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"In an agenda that somebody has sent me of a group called the national security higher education vise reported it said something in their laker do professor we'll talk about how a graduate student from china stole his research and started a competing institute there and i was like well you know that's pretty interesting and eventually i figured out who the various players were and that was the case right dealt with okay that's how i found the one about the vivian on the student in visibility research so the that was uh to those kind of public records were very hopeful that obviously for the fbi was they were not happy at all about you know my book i mean the cia you know i dealt with them occasionally you know they were a polite uh and it will they set up a couple interviews for me but i didn't get any great degree of cooperation there but i also didn't get any great degree of hostility you know they they seem to take it more and strive likulia people write books about the you know the fia hey this is no big deal but the fbi maybe because they were the focus in florida story that i wrote about ashley the fbi to uh you know get quite upset let me ask you a devil's advocate question about the duke university met him the cherry else case so piece i interviewed a lot of professors back in the day at that the industrial espionage cases that were prosecuted and also about professors after the ross case at university of tennessee who were deathly afraid of getting a troubling going to prison for cooperation or having graduate students brennan cia because there's a lot of ambiguity over what he's controlled under munitions in export controls.
"university meeting" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Two degrees in boston the morning i'm ben parker here we're following in the wbz newsroom president trump as senator bob corker trading barbed tweets an unusually harsh exchange liquid of resident that of senator from his own party webster police department mourning the loss of one of their own officer michael lee was kill that an accident over the weekend a court date of marlboro burlington teenager charged with starting at carcrash entered the left an offduty somerville police officer in critical condition hundreds gathered in las vegas lives by to honor the victims of last week's shooting at a country music festival early going on wall street the dow jones industrials down a fraction nasdaq up two points the sp 500 down about a white at a half memorabilia from the kennedy error auctioned off over the weekend in new york wbz's art cohen tells us what they fetch leon jeune held at gerns easy new york included a number of camelot era items john f kennedy's mahogany speedboat sold four seven eighty five thousand dollars a rocking chair that kennedy used in the white house specially made for him because of a back injury sold for thirty thousand dollars a second rocking chair used by both kennedy and lyndon b johnson sold four ten thousand dollars a blue bathing suit that belonged to first lady jacqueline kennedy sold for 1800 dollars at two pairs of swimming trunks owned by president kennedy sold four three thousand five hundred and 1800 dollars art cohen wbz news radio 1030 former president bill clinton hits the hub this week mr clinton to visit boston for the annual collegiate event which bears his name it'll be held this year at northeastern university the clinton global initiative university meeting is designed to inspire future leaders and.
"university meeting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lead this district during a time when so many narcan mary are facing so much hardship that was alberto carvalo he's the superintendent of miami dade county public schools mr superintendent thank you so much for speaking with us a hope will speak again always a pleasure thank you and we'd like to note that we just got word that miami dade schools will be open tomorrow and now we turned to our regular segment words you'll hear that's where we take a word or phrase that will be in the news and use that to understand what that story is all about and this week our word is actually an acronym h p c use that stands for historically black colleges and universities the trump administration is scheduled to meet with the presidents of at least some of the hb sees that the white house tomorrow this meeting has become a matter of some controversy some background in february more than sixty presidents of historically black colleges and universities met with president trump to talk about his decision to move an initiative to support b c is out of the department of education and to the white house subsequently though a number of observers criticised that meeting as little more than a photo op tomorrow's meeting will mark the first with black college leaders since then michael lomax is ceo of the united negro college fund that's a group that racist scholarship funds he tells us he plans to attend tomorrow's meeting but says that many of those who attended the february gathering may not join him i think the reluctance to attend the meeting by black with presidents who had come to washington in february is really the result of both the inactivity of the administration and some of the activities the administration in activity that they have an appointed the members of the advisory council that serve the white house initiative and they haven't come forward with they plan and programs that reflect the administration's commitment to support historically black colleges and universities and when you look at the budget that they submitted they cut significantly financial aid programs that have impacts for low income students so you know i think we've seen real concern among black presidents which i suspect is going to reduce the amount of attendance that was pretty strong february in it may be less tomorrow i understand that one or the other issues was that.
"university meeting" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"They spun at that way from the left and from some never trump conservative circles they were then told they had a moral responsibility to resign meanwhile on the breitbart right they were being coal traders and worst they are they will labeled white house globalist out to undermine donald trump's agenda would help drive out strategist steve bannon the cry with mr them to be booted out so this is what these guys are doing should they resign you know this is the idea of what the buses doing but let me just point to a story couple stores the story about mizzou which is the flagship of the university of missouri a you remember back in october 2015 student activists claimed that university was races he said administrators of list of demands the president of the university of missouri system should resign after delivering a handwritten apology acknowledging his white male privilege but they want the curriculum should include comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion training i would prefer tall have speak english and do math ten percent of the faculty and staff should be black so we're going to buy into the whole races narrative two weeks later a student announced he was going on a hunger strike the football teams refused to practice replay until the university met the demands protestors occupied the quad administrators bent over backwards to accommodate them even providing a power stripped so they could charge phones and a generator and remember the communications instructor melissa click who said give me some muscle to get this reporter off remember that moment is your see the picture of her okay.
"university meeting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The rain seems to a path was some some rough rains before and bernie sanders is gone bernie sanders is coming to speak on monday now is it monday the day of the eclipse right so bernie sanders chose the day of the eclipse to come speak on monuments circle i don't i'm not quite sure even an even what that means you know the moon's going to blot out the sun bernie is going to blot out capitalism there's there's subtext for sure now i have learned that we here at wsb you see i my name's tony cats hi how are you i we broadcasting from the circle on the circle of four the four the eclipse we're gonna we're gonna see how people are doing we're gonna you know dd have you special glasses you're going to need those everyone's everyone's freaking out about the special glasses who was it i think it was my my program director david would was it a butler university meet let me see if i can find this butler university everyone's freaking out about the glasses for the eclipse because of course if if you don't have the right glasses you will your eyes will burn and you will create a fire within your brain it's totally it's totally messed up and i'll i will give the in these star proper credit people in india losing their minds over the eclipse it's absolutely true allison carter with the story and there's a picture of the line of people add butler university to get the glasses if i told view i'm going to give a conservative estimate i'm going to give a conservative estimate there are three thousand people on this line there are three thousand people on this line i it it it is is crazy it is unbelievable how many people are are looking for the for these glasses and then it's like oh you can't trust them for they come from you know from amazon because you know are there they're not real and some and made them in their garage and you know you might not go blind but you probably get a rash i.
"university meeting" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At doing this and he's pushing the region's to do this is to crack the number of ours that professor is actually teach and use that as one of the ways to try to determine you know how good a professor reyes rick teacher is or hell well they are doing their job now actually the numbers are are staggering you w at you go university wisconsin madison faculty and you w madison but an average okay i've point nine how worse per week in the classroom in the fall of two thousand and fifteen five point nine hours that that's the average so the full time professor full time teachers on average five point nine hours in the classroom and that by the way is average which means some taught more but some clock left that's you know so that that's on average in contrast the academic in structural stare staff at you w college's spent an average of over twenty eight hours in a week in the classroom in that semester and that's teaching the students who attended thirteen to your campus it's so you know in some you don't you campus is particularly like the to your colleges at all the the the the professor are actually teachers there in the classroom teaching twenty point two out twenty point two hours at you don't you madison the average is five point nine powers again that's average meeting some taught more but some caught laughs so under walker's proposal one of the way is one of the ways that they would determine whether or not you know the colleges are meeting standards of university meeting standards is to monitor the workloads of university faculty including the number of our stake each now let me say this i i i will be the first one to tell you that the number of our if you spend in a classroom isn't necessarily the only in ticket it indicator of how well.
"university meeting" Discussed on Revisionist History
"But everywhere she goes she sees pictures of wilson everywhere even in hit a muzzle random places their rooms that had just all the huge photos of this white men peering down on your right so i'm when you see these county shirley phil like was his university met for mirrors is still really meant for white men who know i happen to agree with tunisia how do you think princeton became one of the wealthiest universities in the world the places ground zero for rich white guys just walk around campus there's the carl icahn laboratory that's carl icahn rich white male corporate raider billionaire there's the frick chemistry laboratory that's henry clay frick white male robberbaron the firestone library that's the rich white guy who started firestone tires the basil center for neural circuit dynamics you know the rich white guy who founded amazon look over there is to lewis center for the arts that's peter lewis the white guy who started progressive insurance the john sculley center for the neuroscience of mind behavior scully a rich white guy not to be confused by the way with the other john sculley a rich white guy who used to run apple this is the even richer john sculley who manages billions of dollars on wall street do i need to go on rockefeller hall richest white guy ever of course this also a b bloombergcom emma bloomberg not a white guy except wait she is the daughter of michael bloomberg super super like forty three billiondollar rich white guy they don't hide their identities at princeton they put their identities on every single building on campus.