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"This quarterback from maryland which recruiting by the name of bobby stable house. Who at that time. They didn't have five stars and four stars three stars and all that stuff just like you said but the biggest thing that they had was. You've made a usa today all american team. I mean that's all it was and then they'd have the players the year in the states and stuff like that and bobby. Sable house was ranked the number one player in the country. And so i'm recruiting him in maryland. That was my area and a thursday night after practice. Moment when i got the private plane we flew to. Maryland was sat down and bobby houses home his mom and dad who originally from cincinnati so had a affiliation with being around michigan. It was Let great evening. And they're great people and you know they didn't leave anything They wanted him to come to michigan. And bobby said well. I talked to steve spurrier florida and calmest him. That i would at least visit this coming weekend. And this was a thursday night and then i will call you on sunday night. And we'll confirmed about becomes the michigan and so you know mo- and i felt good going back on the plane and like everything was good. He called me on sunday night and said Coach i've decided. I'm gonna play for steve spurrier fordham thought. Oh my goodness well you don't recruits not. Like you have an abundance of quarterbacks. I mean you're not working ten guys to get one you know you're we had all of our money throwing them the money by saying that but we had all our marbles in that pocket say loss because we thought we were going to get him and he called on sunday night and i told mo- most sold the next morning where to staff getting most of first thing he says. Well we lost sabe. Watts what are we gonna do. So everybody's just sixteen or fifteen or sixteen. There were sitting around the table. And billy harris rosen. Put his hand up in the back. And says i've got this kid in california that i think is pretty good. I don't he's recruited you know by the west coast schools. But i think we might have a shot at it. Well what's his name his. Name's tom brady.
"university michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Came in, and, you know, decided to have to go with everything different after that was a bad idea. But go away from, you know the offensive lineman that Mexican we're getting and everything else, but that's a long that would be a long explanation of going into it all. Uh, did you get them a Holmes? Cut? You know the barbershop. Where'd you go a different direction. Young kids. Well, you know what I did not go with that. I was actually taking my elderly uncle in so that he could get his cut. And while there, um, you know, the guys were there and and As as these conversations are coming up, and we're talking about recruiting one of the coaches, um, coach over at Bellville High School, which is a hop skip and a jump from from in Harbor. And We're talking like, how does an Arbor How does University Michigan miss out on a kid? A D linemen that's literally in our backyard. He decides to go to Obama. Are we missing out on so many good recruits are going to other big 10 schools or SEC schools, and we have the same kids in our backyard. And they're they're opting out. How does that happen? Because we think grass is greener somebody else's yard. But is it not? Isn't headed not shown to be greener. That's my issue. When you look at the state of Ohio And the amount of overall football talent that they have coming out of high school. None of these kids are in any rush to leave home all of these kids, and I think that's another. Feather in the head of the team from down South is they have their pick of the cream of the crop. Whereas When you're looking at the state of Michigan, who is recruiting the state of Michigan? How hard are we recruiting to keep our home grown kids here? How many former players have college age kids now? That are not going to Michigan. That to me is a travesty. It's a very good question. I wanted to ask you like just looking at the offensive line from this year, and you know you have a bonus year, so we don't exactly know who's coming in. Who's going. I know that Guy that it's a little perplexing without knowing what happened. Behind the scenes. Redshirt freshman got a chance to start his first game at center at Rutgers. Now you know he's bouncing. He's transferring He would have, you know 34 more years if he wanted to play center, So that was weird. I think in jail in Mayfield's going Pro so that that doesn't leave a lot of experience. Thomas is my point that I'm getting to. What would you think the best case scenario would be with the Michigan offensive line yet? You had a lot of different guys getting some chance that some reps this year season didn't go well, but you did. If, if you're looking, I don't know if that's a silver lining. See in a guy like a true freshman and Zach's Enter, Get in there. And But But what would be the the best case scenario? Even you know, knowing the youth and experience of this old line just looking forward. I think the best case scenarios this is is more of ah psychological aspect of things I think and one of things we've been saying since this particular Um Coaching staff, as has been in place you need to start Relying upon the past players that you have within a hour radius to come in and start trying to mentor some of these kids. And As in. I'm like you got John Jansen. Right there in the building, or, you know, doing something with Michigan football. You want to bring a guy like that? And I'm sure ride pain with life here in a minute. If he had an opportunity to sit down for a couple of days and hang out, hang out with these young guys. I'm here You have a plethora of individuals that have won championships been in the hot, understand what it means to play offense of life at the University of Michigan. And I'm just saying, at least to my knowledge. There has not been any reaching out to tap on the experience. Um, that former players bring to the table. I think right now with the young offensive line, the biggest thing that I would love to push forward to these guys is working together. And understanding and cultivating that offensive line mindset of what it means to be a player here. Tyne University of Michigan at that particular position. Understanding that If we're making mistakes for making mistakes and 100 miles an hour, but also understanding to that My allegiance is not to the coach and is not to the offense. It's to my line, mate. That is your first and most important allegiance is to the guy playing to the to the right and left of you. As I said before, many time on this show, I wasn't scared of less. I wasn't scared of Mike the border. Bobby Morrison. I wasn't scared of Lloyd and I wasn't scared of Mo. I was scared of Ron. Ron. I was scared of John and Damon and sack Adami and all the guys that are played around because those were the guys that were helping me form that chain and no Had no point time that I ever want to be the weakest link within that chain. And as long as you can come in with that level of mentality and everybody all your linemates on that same page You can pretty much do what you need to do. Now from a physical aspect of things. I would like to see us, you know, Trim up a little bit. We looked a little fat this year in my opinion. Um and also understand. The little idiosyncrasies about playing online. Like I said, before, when I'm still watching us getting beat on Teach West and Jamie and I have been talking about that since we first started to.
2 Michigan Colleges Face Coronavirus Outbreaks In The 1st Week Of School
"On college campuses continues involving Corona virus outbreaks and how to handle them. Today. There are developments from Michigan, where two big state universities are facing different difficulty challenges. NPR's elicit nad Warning has been on a college road trip as the school year begins and is just back from Michigan and she joins us now high, Elissa Hello. Let's first talk about the University of Michigan graduate students there. Another employees are striking over Coben, 19 precautions and the reopening of campus. Tell us what they're protesting, or what the advocating for So the graduate employee organization orgy EO represents about 2000 grad student instructors They've been striking since last week. Their demands include, among other things, the universal right to work remotely. They also want more testing for Corona virus on campus. I talked with a mere Fleischman He's a graduate student who teaches political theory. He was out on the picket lines this morning at 5 A.m., he said. They felt like they tried everything to get the attention of the university and it didn't work. We've held protests we held it died. We've had car caravan. It's been an impact bargaining for months. This has gotten us nowhere. We felt that we had no other option but to engage in strike. And Eliza. What do university Michigan officials have to say about all this? We'll yesterday the U of M President Mark Schlissel, ask the courts to intervene and send the grad students backto work. It's illegal in the state of Michigan for education workers to strike and that ruling is expected by the end of the week. Student workers say. Until then, they'll continue to be on the picket lines. All right, So the University of Michigan has thousands of students living in dorms and taking in person classes. But just north of there is Michigan State in East Lansing, which is all online. Tell us more what's happening there. So at Michigan State University. There's been a big jump in cases since some students returned to the town last month, and that's despite the fact that they're not taking any classes in person this weekend, the university as students living in town to quarantine for two weeks to help curb the spread. I've been keeping in touch with an MSU freshman named Sidney Harakah Veena. She's living in an off campus apartment with her roommates. I called yesterday to ask her about the lock down, and instead she told me that she herself had just tested positive for Corona virus. I was trying to be safe. My roommates were trying to be safe like we kind of avoided like the bigger scenes like I wouldn't want to go somewhere where I could get it. But like even my remains friends, they don't abide by that. And now it really just like, bit them and us in the butt because we hung out with them, and then they had it. So it really was a chain effect. All of her roommates are also positive, though none of them have symptoms, and the three of them are isolating in their apartment. She told me she's already feeling a little restless eye, but they are so how do these two schools fit into what you're hearing across the country in your reporting? Well what colleges air. Finding all over the country is that all it takes is a small all group of students going to parties for the virus to really start making its way through social circles and into the surrounding community. You know, The other thing is the high positive cases in East Lansing show us that colleges don't actually have that much control over this as they might like right because classes are already online there, So I think it's an important lesson for schools that have in person classes because it shows there really aren't that many good options. For shutting the semester down. That's NPR's Listen that morning. She covers higher and thanks for following this, we look forward to hearing more of your report says You continue throughout the fall of school continues. Thanks so much, Sasha.
Chicago - 2 Michigan Colleges Face Coronavirus Outbreaks In The 1st Week Of School
"Turmoil on college campuses continues involving Corona virus outbreaks and how to handle them. Today. There are developments from Michigan, where two big state universities are facing different difficulty challenges. NPR's elicit Mad Warning has been on a college road trip as the school year begins and is just back from Michigan and she joins us now. Hello. Let's first talk about the University of Michigan graduate students there. Another employees are striking over Coben, 19 precautions and the reopening of campus tell us what they're protesting or whether they advocating for So the graduate employee organization orgy EO represents about 2000 grad student instructors They've been striking since last week. Their demands include, among other things, the universal right to work remotely. They also want more testing for Corona virus on campus. I talked with a mere Fleischman. He's a graduate student who teaches political theory. He was out on the picket lines this morning. At five AM, he said. They felt like they tried everything to get the attention of the university and it didn't work. We've held protests we held it died. We've had car caravan. It's been an impact bargaining for once. This has gotten us nowhere. We felt that we had no other option but to engage in straight. And Eliza. What do university Michigan officials have to say about all this? We'll yesterday the U of M President Mark Schlissel. Ask the courts to intervene and send the grad students backto work. It's illegal in the state of Michigan for education workers to strike and that ruling is expected by the end of the week. Student workers say. Until then, they'll continue to be on the picket lines. All right, So the University of Michigan has thousands of students living in dorms and taking in person classes. But just north of there is Michigan State in East Lansing, which is all online. Tell us more. What's happening there. So at Michigan State University. There's been a big jump in cases since some students returned to the town last month, and that's despite the fact that they're not taking any classes in person this weekend, the university as students living in town to quarantine for two weeks to help curb the spread. I've been keeping in touch with an MSU freshman named Sidney Harakah Veena. She's living at an off campus apartment with her roommates. I called yesterday to ask her about the lock down, and instead she told me that she herself had just tested positive for Corona virus. I was trying to be safe. My roommates were trying to be safe like we kind of avoided like the bigger scenes like I wouldn't want to go somewhere where I could get it. But, like even my roommates, friends, they don't abide by that and now really, just like them and us in the butt because we hung out with them, and then they had it so it really was a chain effect. All of her roommates are also positive, though none of them have symptoms, and the three of them are isolating in their apartment. She told me she's already feeling a little restless, but they are so how do these two schools fit into what you're hearing across the country in your reporting? Well, what colleges they're finding all over the country is that all it takes is a small all group of students going to parties for the virus to really start making its way through social circles and into the surrounding community. You know, The other thing is the high positive cases in East Lansing show us that colleges don't actually have that much control over this as they might like right because classes are already online there, So I think it's an important lesson for schools that have in person classes because it shows there really aren't that many good options. For shutting the semester down.
"university michigan" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"To that because one of the things since this is so early in the process as you're outlining. Jim Harbaugh has come out already saying that they really WanNa play that he feels like he has the Corona Virus Kovic thing under control and I, mean, obviously fear of covert and mass spread is a big reason why you're seeing these sports cancellations his voice is very loud and very prominent because the school he works at but also that is an interesting. That's an interesting take. Totally tongue-in-cheek. That stress a joke he should be happy about playing to. It's a chance for Ohio state to beat him yet. Again, it's Jansen Jansen to keep his job because I'm sure if he loses a limb again, they're going to fire him. You can't lose them if you don't play them but in all seriousness. Yes sure you might have under control Michigan might have it under control, University of Michigan's Fulton might be great. We'll now tons of resources there. Right Ann Arbor is only second to like an Ivy League school as far as having money to dive into Right University Michigan might have it under control. But Iowa might not or Indiana. Or Wisconsin might not. Or Illinois might not. So when you go to travel to their university and play and before you arrived to play your game, say up, we have a problem. Four or five players tested positive. then. What What happens we've learned from the MLB experienced that you know. Well, Ann. Arbor may be able to Jim Harbaugh may from his view be correct saying well, he doesn't have a problem the problem the the larger issue is that what we've learned from sports so far is that once you break the bubble, things go crazy totally and honestly to appoint the point I was making using soccer isn't medium because I've well-versed in soccer as well of UEFA Champions League is currently going on. And Athletico. Madrid a team that had that had very little co vid. Turnover very little covid numbers at all during the entire pandemic has been happening. They leave to go play a game in Germany, as they arrive in Germany They have to positive cova cases. Might just they pop up. So like what do you do that? Like you do exclude those players who they can't play what about the time Jay spent around the other teammates so I understand yes. You might have it under control and you're like perfect area where you have it that they come to in. Arbor. You're good. But if you have to travel to go anywhere, that's a problem that's next. That's the problem you cannot control. You can't control what happens in east lansing or what happened champagne or where or Bloomington. You can't control those things. So the fact that he's like well, we have to control while everyone else is a little shortsighted and I love to say a surprised for him but he tends to make a lot of those comments where if it benefits them, it's fine but benefits nobody else whatever and I have friends who played college football who are like they should play deftly playing college sports keeps these kids off the. Streets keeps them from doing other things I understand that and I empathize as to coach Youth League football, and like the kids he would play played great in the kids who drop out normally get into stuff and I understand that I'm not saying I feel bad for those people but also like, is it really worth you going up there to go play it getting sick and potentially dying or carrying this disease to your family? Like I know I know being young makes you think you're invincible and I get it as well. But like this is not the time for that. Well, regardless, it seems like we really there is still a group of Americans just don't have the same. We, don't agree as a country about how severe this situation really is I I need to keep moving though over to sports that are playing Detroit? City F C has a match coming up. That's right. They play this weekend the fifteenth still no fans this weekend the fifteenth against Frienemie Chattanooga. FC. If Detroit city is a number one attendance team in Lower League Soccer Chattanooga FCC number two very close behind them normally should be a fun game because fans to build interact with each other Chattanooga travels well. Without that though it's still going to be pretty good game Chattanooga has a really good history when they were in the NPS L. With trade city of having a bunch of winning seasons in a row however their first game of the fall session was against another Michigan Team Michigan Stars the other Professional Michigan. Team. In. Minnesota and they lost two to one behind goals from Kyle News. And former Detroit city player and former Grasshopper Zurich player. Steven. John Kyw who scored a goal in eighty seven th minute to give them the definitively. So just based on what we've seen with trade city of see in the niece showcase cup, they should be fine I know Chattanooga's professional team with money putting into their players in. Se Buffalo, and Cleveland SC, are not. But if they're moving the way, they're supposed to be moving and they look to be in sync enough should not really matter. We don't normally get into this but Michigan Stars also had a match we got we've had some thought around the the fact that we really do have to teams in Metro Detroit. So what happened with the stars over the weekend? Yeah. They they play Chattanooga in Chattanooga's first game they won two to one. You could tell their professional team just by how. By how they were carrying themselves in moving, but they were really sloppy There's been some reports that they started practicing even earlier than they're supposed to. So those are true. I don't really know why they look at sloppy as they do, but they got the wind and that's really all that matters. This point they do have some exciting players as I mentioned before they have Steven John Guy who used to put for Detroit city of see he also played for Grasshopper Zurich in Switzerland He has some professional, some professional glamour to him really talented player. They also have one of my favorite keepers and I think one of the best goalkeepers in the State of Michigan Tatenda Rubel who has played the Afghan World Africa Cup of Nations, which is essentially like. The World Cup only for African teams to determine who goes to the actual World Cup. So if you're playing in there I'm not really sure he ended up and like Sterling Heights Michigan but. Happy here because I get to watch him very a lot easier Michigan Star on a pushover. Pushover team that used to be not very good on got a very rich owner who came and gave them a bunch of money to get better and while they're not like world leaders are not the best team. You'll ever watch their solid enough to keep your interest. Actually Detroit travels to play them a next weekend of the twenty second. So that should be pretty interesting game back and forth especially now that especially now since sensor. To pro teams in one of them's trying to say that we're not the other pro team being stars or should be some fireworks on the field. So that should be very exciting to watch. Well, I am looking forward to those games and also getting all the inside information from you fletch Fletcher Sharp. You can follow him on twitter at Saint. F.? D. W. Good to talk to you as always. Sir, thanks for having me go. All right. That is it for your daily Detroit if feedback on the show, a story tip or one, ask a question, our listener line is three, one, three, seven, eight, nine, thirty to eleven. That's three, one, three, seven, eight, nine, thirty to eleven looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks so much for listening. I'm Jay stays don't forget your mask to care of each other and we'll see you around Detroit..
"university michigan" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show
"Thank you so much. Thank you so Peter. Going on in in the environmental area right now, when we talk about sustainability water before we even get started, you've been doing a lot of work in in all of this. So you know when I just did your introduction, I'd love for you to give just a brief intro about you and all the work you've been doing because your intro. Doesn't do enough justice to the work that you've been doing your company, what you've been doing at the University Michigan. So I thought maybe this moment, if you kind of give us a little bit of highlights of that. Thanks happy to do it. Again, appreciate introduction, as you can imagine, based on the on the introduction of revolves my academic career actually by training an environmental engineer and I used to deal with what we call flask to field technologies, Sibusiso out, you take technologies out of the laboratory and deployment real world conditions in the field. What that showed be over time is that is very little adoption of these new technologies unless you actually have a a business model, I mean that that helps you explain what the value is of these technology to society. So I switched over to the business goals and Start working on business and financing models for for new technologies. Now once you start thinking about financing models had to really. Take a little bit of a deeper look at what kinds of money out there because not all dollars dollars equally greeting. So to speak I, mean there are this private equity money venture capital of money, his public money. Also this public finance model public finance money says, also, it's different types of financing out there that once. That has different expectations of what a technology or infrastructure should deliver. So I had an opportunity to go for about three years to Finland, and to Finland as as many of the Scandinavian and Nordic countries tend to be pretty much front runners in the in the space of green and and going environmental and being sustainable, and the opportunity that ahead over there was, how can we come up at a financial solution to transform the current economy of the country into a sustainable economy? How you bring an entire country align with the Sustainability Sustainable Development Goals? While of course, not sacrificing economic impacts on the community and on the citizens. On the country and on the tax base. So. It came back from there. Maybe worked on a bunch of different things that include a smart grids and new mobility systems and green chemistries, and I came back to the University of Michigan and had an opportunity to start a center at the center page that you refer to remind action on the central smart infrastructure financing..
"university michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"By Wayne State University Michigan roads headed to a fix I am not here to play games that's why it's time for plan B. governor Gretchen Witmer announcing in our state of the state address the state will borrow three point five billion dollars to rebuild the roadways and bridges over five years the Republican led legislature had rejected her proposal proposed fuel tax hike last year I will ask the state transportation commission to issue state road bonds so we can start fixing the roads now rebuilding Michigan plan is finance without an increase at the gas pump and it will do three things save time save money and save lives the state road bonds she says one able the state department of transportation to do about twice as much construction on our U. S. and M. numbered roads routes as it is now the funds would not be used to repair local roadways one of the president's lawyers basically saying that anything goes in a reelection effort correspondent Jerry both later has more from Washington one of the president's lawyers basically said that anything goes in a reelection effort during yesterday's lengthy question and answer session Alan Dershowitz said if the president does something that he believes is in the national interest and will help him get reelected it cannot be considered a quid pro quo that results in impeachment Democrats scoffed at that claim one calling it beyond absurd president trump signing the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement at an outdoor ceremony at the White House yesterday the president says help for the American auto worker will be strength and the U. S. M. C. H. closes these terrible little balls and include strong provisions to ensure that new cars are fashioned by American hands that's a fancy word of saying built and manufactured with the American labor.
"university michigan" Discussed on Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness
"Platform to do that and to push our workout to the public but gatekeepers in these publishing companies that make it a challenge. And that's maybe we do all this self publishing but I'm Kinda you know we can have a conversation off line about how about that but Not Pulling on it but as a writer there are a lot of things that writes that you're kind of giving up and just your treatment of you as the author is just highly problematic. But he had to deal with the distribution which is very much now as part of the road for you because in addition to being a professor in which now you are formally family retired from. Yes but that doesn't mean that you are done doing this work so you give these lectures all over the place all over the country all over the world and then tab that you decided I'm going to be a content advisor and certified instructional designer which to me. I'm like we're that come from and so so what was the pathway that you decided to take and how how how you show up in these spaces as a person as a black woman doing the stuff having the pat pedigree that you have in your background but then entering this terrain that I can only imagine as highly gendered. It's highly gendered so I was on a editing eighteen when I moved back to Washington. DC from Ann Arbor Michigan when I left University Michigan and the editing team was comprised of me as a main editor and then a bunch of instructional designer and I got their work product. We redesigned training for Department of Transportation. And it was training mandated by the White House. Believe leave it or not and I can't even remember what the issue was but I looked at their work product and I said Oh they do exactly what we do every day as professors for a fraction of the cost. How do I get in on this? That's that little entrepreneurial slash Detroit all day every day we ought to hustle and I saw the invoices semester. Oh my goodness look at how much of these people for designing training using adult learning theory which you and I know as professors. We intuit wait what we know it either. By trial and error or formally educated. We have to learn learn adult learning theory and particularly if you leave by research one schools in tier one schools and you're suddenly teaching a to a population. It's really really diverse. In terms of their learning style. Always tell people you don't really have to know how to teach at Ivy League or research one or at your once school but you drop down to tier two or you go to a community college and it's a whole different ball all you have to know how to teach. I tried to rebrand myself and get jobs and I can never get jobs instructional designers I went back to Grad school as forget it. I'll go back to Grad school. I'll get credentials in instructional fractional design and as soon as I got those credentials I went out on the market and got all kinds of offers a couple of with my background as university professor the credentials. PhD The instructional design. Everything just opened up. And I feel 'cause daily people trying to bring me on project. I'm selective in the projects that I tell you a choose projects that like your projects that'll further whatever. My professional goal is like right now. I really really adobe captivate certified special which means I use adobe captivate software to design Online training and learning. I really WANNA master that so now. I'm just looking for our proud projects that allow me to use adobe captivate and really really learn it. She'll be certified as one one thing. Applying it on a daily basis. A whole different ballgame. Would that's interesting in and of itself in terms of just that pivot and the lack of fear that you had going in Dan as a university professor from University of Michigan to even Howard and then to say you know what. I'm GonNa do this other thing because has there are certain parallels to your point right where it's like. I have skills. That are transferable and that I think that is African descendants. We are pretty amendable and flexible in entrepreneurial too often times by You know it's just by reality right where you're going to instance where you have have to Kinda like okay I need to have. This is my main but I have these other thing on that. I'm interested in and that I need to do as part of my hustle but somehow still you dabble in the other spaces as well so that you're passionate around writing and your passion for traveling. Still you can still ignite those. Yeah I can But you know what I have to also give Kudos to my dad because the entrepreneur spirit comes from my father. Although my father had his undergraduate degree is in accounting and he was in graduate school for Masters Taxation. My father's main career was as a logistician and he was a top logistician for the Department of army until he retired but my father hit a point in his career where he got his career was going to become stagnant and he wasn't going to get promoted. So what is my father do started a trucking company because he had it on the accounting. Thank side he had a client wanted to start a trucking company with my father ran the numbers in tow the client. You really can't afford this so let me get the trucks and we'll either. I think they partnership and and so. My Dad ran a trucking company for years. His trucking company hop stale. I was just bookkeeper. Thank you talk on bookkeeping background to here. I am eleven twelve years old. I'm keeping in his book sin. I I started off just by sorting receipts and then. He taught me bookkeeper bound. So yeah so that comes from my father he was until my father moved to Metro of. DC my father always had multiple streams of revenue can see where you got your hustle thing. 'cause he's just like and then also of the time when your mom is a stay at home But then she's also the the captain of this ship right yes he also has a different type of responsibility and then still being able to be as a provider but then entrepreneurial right in being very selective in terms of the kinds of opportunities that he's GonNa take on that helps to support the family too and and you are still very close with your dad too so yeah. He's just such an inspiration in terms of lessons that you learned along the way failures that she experience in. How did you turn things around? And what continues to motivate you and doing the work that you're doing well. My first. Academic failure was in the eleventh grade because I got caught skipping school. He's I school to go to the library for probably about three weeks. Four weeks maybe the whole first half of the semester. So I I was having a little boyfriend and I knew better than a go get caught any place without because that was unacceptable so always told him meet me at the library and we will meet at the library. The Troy Public Library main aimed library on Woodward in the map section because it was quiet there and he would do his homework and I would do my homework and he would go to school and I sit there. You know. It's interesting that never called a truant officers on me because I was sick and then reliable the day. Wow well something happened that my father found out and although I had good grades because I will go to school to take my exams. My father told them to fail me in my three core courses for the first semester Chris. Connor Murphy so I got kicked off the team because of that wow. I was devastated devastating. I never felt like that again. I never did that Agai- and but my mother's proposal was since I was sixteen. Her proposal was allowed me to take the entrance exam going off to college for early. Admission and my father told me no I had to stay in highschool received a high school diploma but my mother realized that I was board was time for me to just go on to college so that was my first failure. It was a valuable lesson because I think when you're young and you're high academic achiever you need to fail at something because failure or if the part of life that you're not gonNA cheat all your goals and if you fail young you know how to recoup think if you fail when you're older after having had a lifetime of successes yes you don't necessarily rebound this easily do when you're younger.
"university michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Discussion with Debbie Dingell representative from southeast Michigan here about the stop hate ordered rally that they're going to have to bird university Michigan Dearborn campus what is your take on this I think we can all agree that the if you're in it if you're of the ever been a member of the of of a group that's confronted this it is something that we need to be wary of it needs to be something that we all condemn but the problem is is so often the part and parcel of that is it's being used not just to condemn hate but to you to condemn a political ideology that they don't agree with the label of racist the label of white supremacists the label of anti five whether or not the error identify with that or not so do you think this can be a helpful exercise or will it just did generate into perhaps a hate trump rally or us either it will be interesting to see how measured the the speech is there we've got some callers calling it one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one eight hundred eight five nine zero W. J. R. we invite you to join in on the conversation after we talked with Debbie let's go to Jim in new Baltimore Jim good afternoon to you your first up Hey guys thanks for taking my call Sir you know in the told your screener I think this is going to be just a complete waste time and it'll turn into a finger pointing hate trump blame the Republicans this is just my opinion because in all honesty I think that ninety percent of all this stuff that they're talking about is created by the left you know first of all you know all the political correctness stuff and all the labeling of persons and personalities and were you can't spare cancer because now they're hateful or every term like you spoke of earlier and you know just the whole general spring I believe that the thing the race is going to do with the president as a false narrative I think it was created by the last year you know what to do whatever you want to do with it based off of a couple comments he said that they twisted around and use to their advantage and I just think it is I mean I I heard an interview the other night with okay Joe Cortez where she flat out said that people vote for trump and generally white males are racist and they just don't realize I mean it goes back to the basket of deplorable doesn't it I mean it but not exactly but again you didn't you but if we can also see this on both sides listen I think the president uses rhetoric that is unnecessarily harsh he seems to throw grenades when a when a a simple slap will do okay I don't and and so I did this and that's why I think that both Debbie and I say we need to be more mindful the problem is is that it's so often done in the name of political expedience because you try to get attention you're trying to get air time on CNN or on fox and three you throw the biggest verbal bomb you can to get attention that's gotta stop in in your own right yeah most of it is coming from the left great crew that there's some things that come from you know if you watch fox news you'll hear some things but it's not no where near as abrasive and directives because if it was I mean you're all over the place I mean if if gravel is if if someone on the left the person in the media so something that you could consider racist or you know harmful it's glossed over if someone on the right make that thing that all my god is in the world you know that's the problem will accept Honda with your folks in both sides now playing watch dog on that in that you know there should be some and you know it but I I I I agree that I think in the past they with there was more mobilization of that but I I do hope that when Rasheeda to leave if she steps to the Mike tomorrow she's gonna be standing in front of the anti defamation league the Jewish community relations council this is a very diverse group with very very different interests and they're all coming together in the name of it I think those that are participating are very significant here and I hope that in honor of their participation the politicians on the dais will dial back their rhetoric to the least I hope so.
Michigan AG to investigate gymnastics coach with ties to Nassar
"The latest on an investigation at Michigan State University. Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel is talking about the latest developments in the investigation into Michigan State University, and they're handling of the allegations against former Dr Larry Nassar, Nestle says she hopes Michigan. State officials will continue their cooperation looking into the matter. Now, I would say it's time for Michigan State University to do the right thing. I won't here is to help provide Justice and also to provide a sense of security, and that's something like this will never never happen again
"university michigan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Two hour too Join me We're kind of its own. Dot com I wanna. Get, into I I like to think of it as the root of. All evil it is. Public education public education has been used as a blunt instrument to completely. Completely separate we the thinking from, the stuff the good stuff that we could have in. This country I'm talking spiritually politically and, just culturally it's they use a blunt instrument to separate us. From that and by, the way that is the mission of this radio station to save, this Republic which public education no longer teachers. Even exists, they teach it's. A democracy. It's not it's, a Republican but the mission of this radio station Is to save the Republic I like to, put it one at a time but to. Save this, Republic not just. Politically but culturally and spiritually, as well so let's get into some Indictment, of the blunt, instrument that is public education your. Kids in school public school You? Need to do something about that. Even if you can't get, them I. Say, why I. Got to work, all day I can't be home schooling my kid well two. Things first of all never forget to George Washington's men walked on on bloody stumps so, you can do whatever you need to do to to never forget that your kid as long. As they're in public school would. No counter education is going, to have their heads so twisted around and turned around, now when they get out they're gonna think communism, school already seeing that, right now But let's get into this this comes my way, courtesy of Donna I want to go through one of these these these by the way are. Not what the kids are learning. You'll see some of the, the heavy-handedness of the kids here in a second but Because they're being used as one instrument. But this is what the teachers, have to supposedly learned before they, go back into the school. System and teach the kids now these. Are sessions called impact eighteen you've got to. Sing on, the top that, looks like the old nineteen fifties representation. Of the atom there's a nucleus inside with like electrons going around and it, says Teach together oh I'm sorry together in its own says teach together be together learn. Together that's all warm and fuzzy that's good nothing wrong with that Let's continue on here's, the session, number one. This is. The session this is happening. I was. Twenty seven twenty eighth Put, on by somebody, from Michigan State University Michigan State University. Now some of. This is redacted not the actual course descriptions but for example the facilitators so they rejected the, names I get that I could thank. You down to x. I get that and then it says Michigan State. University redacted word and. Then says middle. School so. I'm assuming that the. Facilitator is on. Top of middle school education so Sessions called I can switch. My. Language but, I can't switch my skin cultivating a racial and linguistic diversity in, e. l. a. and social studies classrooms what the hell does that mean. What does that mean social studies I can switch my, language but I. Can't switch my skin cultivating racial and linguistic. Diversity why would you wanna call debate diversity that was supposed to be a. Nation of many where we come together and we assimilate yeah I, mean that's that's. The, key to being happy in America is a simulation the, communist parties trying, to drive a stake through the heart. Of that and. That's why they're so all over equity inclusion diversity that's. Communist speak by the way the let's, get into description this workshop will engage. Practitioners in critical conversations and challenge assumptions about number one what constitutes standard. English You know this is kind of like animal farm where they twist language, around or nine. Hundred eighty four where they. Get you so that, you're not even you assume, a certain thing but oh that's wrong that you assume that no we're gonna take what you think is common. Sense and logic we're gonna crush? That and you will? Be punished unless you go along with, what a standard English who sets the standards for it who. Is marginalized and who is privileged by these decisions now before we get to two and three you know what that's about they're. Going. To vilify, anybody that's white that's eurocentric that wants to teach Shakespeare instead of, Karl Marx what constitutes standard English who sets the standards for it who. Is marginalized and who's privileged by these decisions so the, teachers will be. Standing there sitting there being berated because you. Gotta stop thinking in terms of western civilization how dare you that's what this. Is about number two What is the relationship between, language race identity power in an equity that sounds like communist communism one on, one, doesn't, absolutely not also sounds like that. Sounds, like shaming shaming where if you what is the relationship between, language race identity power in an equity if you were to even interject the possibly somebody blacks should step speaking ghetto speak Ebonics and speak English they'd say what does that even mean what. A, standard English and who are you are, you a racist you need. To honor you need to you need. To help these children with their cultural diversity just insanity what's, going on schools now, number three how language ideologies social attitudes and monolingual approaches to language instruction impact learning. Well let's just take the monolingual approach that right there let's kids learn meaning we're gonna use one language here we're, not going to. Have fifteen languages so I. Have to An interpreter for? This kid after speak? Ebonics over here, I got to speak Spanish over here no no no, no we're. All going to be? Speaking, English and, therefore we'll have, a unified a unified learning process now practitioners will exit? The, workshop with one understanding of our curricular choices and. Pedagogical practices are complicit in the reproduction of linguistic and. Racial equity in schools in society the, hell is that mean If. You get dizzy when I when you heard. That I got dizzy, reading it number two understanding, whatever happened to reading and writing. And arithmetic yeah whatever happened. To sit down shut up say yes, ma'am no man yes sir no sir do your homework. Assignments, get an, a. or do the best you can because you want to be the best you can possibly be not everybody's. Going to get a neighbor you're. Gonna try like hell to do it and if you don't you'll flock if. You flunk you're going. To be held back. So don't be held back whatever happened to that by, the way that's when America works best trying to make a great again number two understanding. The students learn best in environments where. They, can, use, their. Cultural linguistic resources to support their own learning that is a straight up lie and that is. Antithetical, to any type of discipline and learning in the classroom let me repeat that this is the stupid the impact eighteen session called I can switch my language but. I can't twits my scan Number two understanding this what teachers are gonna come teachers come. Away with it they're going to. Be propagandized with and condition to accept before they go before students are going. To understand that students. Learn best environments where. They can use their culture. And their linguistic resources to, support their own learning that's insanity What they're essentially doing.
"university michigan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Thank you that I know that you. Don't know this I'm gonna tell you something that I know that. You don't know that's a Little Richard. To that's roller Richard came from before you, heard long tall Sally or Lucille that's little. Richer right there so in the current went back and grabbed all a lot of that stuff get. Rich quick way cool and. Little Richard snake what he got from a guy named s Carita I'll let you do the. Homework on that I'm theraworx welcome to. On the edge so glad you. Could join me I'm going to. Get deeper into the stuff on Monday but I want to share something with here I received behind, the scenes inside the fuel. Baseball secret handshake fact probably what they found. Out the stuff is being give out given, out they'd probably try and fire the, person doing so I'm not going to name them but these are. These are things that teachers have. To go, through it's called professional learning professional learning in. Fact what's the date here. Today is twenty four so that's three days out it's going to take place on the twenty seventh through the twenty eighth teachers are coming back to school and they're getting ready to get in front of students. And act like they, know what, they're talking about students aren't fooled in, they don't but they're going, to try their best but listen to this This is the teacher training part of it again this is where the teachers go to this or else they then that's going. To classroom and teach, the kids, this is think facilitated by Michigan State. University Michigan State University The session is called. I, can switch my language but I can't switch. My, skin what yeah it goes on I can switch my language but I can't switch my skin cultivating racial and. Linguistic diversity in e. l. a. and social, studies classrooms now WT f. Isn't it kind of, a run on sentence I, mean I know I'm fully capable run? On, sentences but should. People would actually are supposed, to know what they're talking about and say English class do that I don't know then the facilitators are. Redacted I love it redacted disgrace because the person who. Gave me this doesn't want anybody out of drag it the description Newark Chappel engaged practitioners and critical, conversations and challenges Simpson's about number one I ready, for this what constitutes standard English who sets the. Standards for who is marginalized and who privileged by these decisions let that sink in, the questioning just to not just a, common, sense, of we? Are speaking English but you know what you're not doing. It right, because you you are bullying you have white, privilege you need to be put in a corner with a dunce cap on number, two what is the. Relationship between language. Race identity power and inequity In other words let gutter speak just rule because. If you don't you will be a white privilege bastard number three how to language, ideologies social attitudes and monolingual approaches to, language, and, language instruction Impact learning now let's let's let that. Sink, in, for, second what is monolingual me what that means is going, to stand, up and say this is, the way. We're, supposed to speak I'm going to correct you if you don't do so yeah yeah that's what teachers do, by the way. To language ideologies social attitudes monolingual approaches to language instruction. Impact learned now these, see how they twist and turn the heads of, these young teachers already doing it in. Education schools, which is disgusting but, this now there's more to the to and secondary but Today on Facebook I saw a post were Betsy DeVos who's the secretary of education is I guess the way it was worded as Betsy DeVos is thinking about she's considering allowing states to use money. From the department of education grants are? Money, given out to states by of education allowing. Them to use them? To purchase firearms in other words put in a security, force in the school now right off the. Bat I I don't know if anybody else picked up. On, this, maybe you did spy hearing that but what's wrong with, that the, Betsy DeVos is considering I'll, tell you. A, lot allowing when did we ever get to a point where the norm is that the federal government or, some department therein. Can allow us to do something how has that ever, happened Insanity This ain't my America America. Baby this is not America the way it's supposed to be part of education should be allowing you to do. Anything as a matter of, fact department of education would be burned to the frigging ground the that's the one thing where Ronald Reagan really dropped. Ball he should've gone what he he was going to get rid of and, didn't and it just came about in the presidency before his. Now he was at one point going to get rid of. It I, said, yes and what you should, do you should have gone over. There He should've put police crime scene tape across. The door and then he, should had armed guards posted at the entrance and said nobody comes up this building and then he should have had. It demolished on television just a controlled demolition and then they should have gone, in salted the earth on which it stood there still time. To do that I don't get that done this time around. Because right, now. We've got a silent coup. Running through the streets of America They're trying to take down our president and it's looking like they're getting a pretty good grip on it It's probably not gonna, play out such that he's going to Donald Trump will be impeached or kicked out of office anytime soon but they're gonna make everybody's life miserable going into the next election cycle and. Passed it because nothing will get done other than a. Lot of screaming and yelling wailing gnashing of teeth you're on the edge soft turn of bump music Friday Two Have.
"university michigan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"And you'll see this right there on the front page a giant article about the survey talking about the public skepticism on these driverless cars and jamie let me move us over to another topic discussed this one before and it's it's very much in the news again and it's a very it's a horrible story but we have to deal with horrible stories and involves doctors we all know about dr larry nassar from michigan state university michigan state university just settled a giant lawsuit for half a billion dollars to compensate at least three hundred and thirty two women who were sexually abused by dr nassar while he was treating them for usa gymnastics and he just sexually assaulted and abuse hundreds and hundreds of women and that was horrible enough now here in los angeles we have at the university of southern california dr george tyndall l t y n d a l l he was basically the only gynocologist at the schools clinic for twenty seven or so years the school got many many many complaints about him sexually abusing sexually mistreating women including from the nurses who were there with him supervising and the university did nothing and jamie while this is another dr larry nassar kind of scandal and i i'm fearful that there'll be more and more schools and more places to me this is really a medical doctor supervision issue and maybe i'm crazy here but my fatherinlaw many many years ago was mistreated by dr francis and i made a complaint to the california medical board they just dismissed it out of hand and i knew from my work as a lawyer that the california medical boy they don't do anything surprise doctors doctors get away with literally murder routinely and jamie to me this dr george tyndall there should have been an ability by his victims to make complaint to the supervisory board of doctors and then the sue supervisory board would say we don't care where the us's ignoring this or not we're going to discipline this dr jamie and my crazy well you're right and the problem isn't something called peer review and it's part of a pattern and practice review where people who are politically connected get reviewed by their peers to depend upon them for referral and they usually get off scotfree and.
"university michigan" Discussed on Science Friday
"Is is that things way that might be useful uh potentially yes i mean you can while we actually to protect authenticity of visual media is archie actively in by the sun i will say fingerprints were kept for his a he characteristic true those media so that anybody make any change uh there's a potential way to recover dod so this new technology will block chen because the secure and and the results with that that's prawat some hope to protect the the authenticity authenticity of this media but does a solve the problem off if if something does company january by aylward's him so i think i think it solves one part of the problem which has like protecting the original media but probably ford this new generation since synthetic media is not as effective he think it is that big business the real money is going to have to be lost on this man's when business gets him really serious about doing something about something like this for example on someone is tweeting from ryan talk about copyright law in this technology i mean once know people start losing money that way sam what do you think and well it's true that as celebrities and people who are in the public i have a little more control over their images um so if they made a lot of noise about this may be that would be something that's us emmys platforms would uh take some notice on um there are definitely it they could sue for misappropriation of their images and things like that but uh laws that protect the average person are not quite secret to handle this uh it doesn't mean that we need new laws to cover it butts we need to improve the laws of already have but no one is getting off the internet that that winner not that we know tier two student whoever me are you going to get written no dog was atlanta one thank my guest aviva vijit chief technologist for a social media responsibility university michigan school of information samantha coal assistant editor at the motherboard in sway of you assistant associate professor of engineering and plight sciences at state university of new york in albany thank you all for taking time to be with us today thank you thank you very much.
"university michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Media so that anybody make any change our there is a potential way to recover dod so this new technology block chen because the secure and and the results without that's pro why some hope to protect the the authenticity of intensity of this media but does the solve the problem health if if something this company generated by aylward them so i think i think it solves one part of the problem which has like protecting the original media but probably for this new generation since synthetic media is not as effective he think that they're they're big business the real money is going to have to be lost on this man's when business gets him really serious about doing something about something like this for example someone is tweeting from ranking talk about copyright law in this technology i mean once no people start losing money that way sam what do you think and while it's true that as celebrities and people who are in the public i have a little more control over their images um so if they made a lot of noise about this maybe that would be something that's as emmys platforms would take some notice on um there are definitely it they could see a four misappropriation of their images and things like that but um laws that protect the average person are not quite sick what to handle this um it doesn't mean that we need new laws to cover it but we need to improve the laws of already have and but noone is getting off the internet that that winner not lean that's here to stay however me are you going to getting up now i want to thank my guest iviva vijay chief technologist for a social media responsibility university michigan school of information samantha call assistant editor at the motherboard in sway the eu assistant associate professor of engineering and plight sciences at state university of new york in albany thank you all fatigue intact to be with us today thank you thank you very much speaking of high technology the bitcoin bubble really took off last year the cryptocurrency increased a thousand percent in 2017 and.
"university michigan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Members are attending top schools like university michigan um and the university of michigan made a lot of sense because the name take far foundation bob with europe uh who um with an abc news anchor who was uh while embedded uh with a iraqi military unit with support from obviously the american troops in two thousand six was blown up and suffered a pretty traumatic brain injury while he was going through military medicine he was joined by his wife and his children uh both and links dual germany and at walter reed medical center and they witnessed how military medicine does a great job of healing the individual but there are gaps that were needed to be filled within the families know they had this great support structure um and one they looked around them and saw uh young spouses and their children really struggling to to be involved in the and the treatment of the veteran and really not having a good idea what the future is going to look like uh they felt it you know their obligation to get back to this community to save bob's life and start this foundation that uh you know would be focused on both attending to the unique needs in apps and services for the post nine eleven generation but also for their family and caregivers as well so when we look around and we see the unique needs i'm a lot of them come from access to justice access to benefits in within the party bureaucracy of the va the legal system and and working with a trained advocate and and somebody who understand how the institution works um is a great benefits for veterans seeking justice this is colonel denny gillem on frontlines of freedom and we're discussing.
"university michigan" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"Oh gosh at you know it oh no it's it's a at i think part of what happens is i get passionate about the information and i get passionate about the material sale love business and i i love you i love the psychology of business hey i love my folks on a little grocery store right i tight rope was in our lou grocery store and a supermarket came in opened in in our town and i remember the first day that the supermarket was open and we only had one customer and i'm i'm marin the cash register and it's an old guy and i i i ask him i you know moms crying in the office and dads mad you know and the whole biblical when is a small family business your all your all land your euroland and i said why did you shop here in all were friends are down this other store wet where he goes you guys like me i thought no we don't yes we do we will but but there i guess it was the beginning of where i really learned about why the gut fascinated by why do people do the things we do what wide why do people listened to one station instead of another new house acquitting relationships are yeah yeah i mean it it the how do you transcend transaction because what most groups do is they measure s you know the measure they had the metrics on transactions beget there's research university michigan did recently saying that the organizations focus on experiences create not only bigger sales but one numerous sales than the folks at just focus on settling use we've seen that broadcasting there there are some of her tara like sales professionals that go out and push pushing push and come back and bitch in bitch and bit because absoulte anything then you've got these others that you just can't help but like air and they're the ones that come in with these great contracts and they seen that they do seem like they're not pushing his heart so what's the psychology of that they they connect they don't feel like pushing sales they're they're connecting what's your secret to connect on.
"university michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"The they're not all from michigan do they fully understand going into this game tonight those from florida or california or recruited from some of this did they understand the significance of this rivalry i go around a minute i'm in practice every night and o'clock the players about on you know talking up he called blending university michigan and you know it so they know they understand of the understand is robbery and they understand what it takes to took to play this game i mean you look back in the 1997 game michigan state uh we were up there in uh uh charles woodson intercepted a pass never caught with one hand it got one hood inbound ward car jumped six feet in the air but he was so excited any any joe and it when he jumped up ended up on the field the referee came over to means at pizza hut you gotta get the coach off the field but i should listen i just saw 52 go man jeff six feet near what would cut me get back in the referee looked at me and just laughed and said you're right in a 1990 of course found here at michigan state him we played the played them and uh they were down by about eleven point in their phones went up in george burns was a coach and bob knickerbocker to good mansur came over to meet each on you got to help me the phones you're gone and i can't cooks flynn's can't talk neighbouring the box so i said hold on optic here that hoyer said would upstairs acquitted nicklaus said a phones in the.
"university michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Go the latest went only because protein yongap because a good one because everyone still makes the updates on the roster still there are the mvp's for that one and my number one because i'm i am i am i'm always excited year after year with it and i'm going to go out and get it without you know when it when it gets release is the nhl franchise series especially recently now they've done last strides and make the game the replay value held while we had no games in common that's fine what i mean like i said i think i am i play a lot of video games now though yes smashed brothers without doubts fun i do love mario carts that's without doubt but i know obviously you guys have got your own thoughts tweet us let us know what you think at the ms on air also at underscores aktia lozano you think you're what your top video game is and also if you miss anything audio whom dot com or wtk com search podcasts we ah i am going to be able in this segment here in a little bit but thank you for joining us for inside the huddle zach shaw yep big show tomorrow big show tomorrow get excited is wtk that you've been listen inside the huddle as poor 1050 wtk a the voice of university michigan sports mqm this radio station still thankfully that i'll call like you do thankfully noone tweets like you do four the batter but you guys know you the best and it's been a pleasure to spend the threeday straight with the best the best audience the best crew in the ex are forty i the best show in the jungle and filling in for the best the jim role my name is day dental if you don't know me i don't blame you that's fine if you do know me at all wrap on a soccer guy i always the soccer show later this evening locally in los angeles hit up the by tunes podcast soccer weekly i do soccer play by play for fox half the clothes i wear related a soccer it's true and my twitter handle is yeah you've guessed it at talk soccer at talk soccer huda ever thought that a guy with his hand it would be hosting a show that's just notorious for hating soccer right clouds but tweet at me i read them on the.
"university michigan" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The economy and one of the things that it found that the striking at that it it true that women are generally a little bit more pessimistic about the economy than man if you look back over the past 35 years at the always been the case that women are a little bit more dramatic than men and they come to read in that would be right i mean it true that women are paid a little bit less on average than men are are you gonna take a different set of work for tissue mental longstanding things wayne part of it but what does it mean university michigan data also showed that the gap between men and women had been getting wider than the election app room for the survey were there different interpretations of what was meant by the economy whether it was the stock market or job market or hiring things like that welker to try to get an idea take tended dick credit kind of formulate my own area of what might be happening i i followed up with some of the people who are paul and i get that done in a way that you feel that way and it was interesting though the women that i spoke to a lot of them actually you know the gabe baker said he was asked that question i better where it and so i thought about my own at you we can an i'm in the same job i'm in the game you know i'm in the same job in industry maybe i had a hostile living wage in in the past year but it's not like my wages are doing dumping way different than the to do and to a lot of people and that could be content with only two to a relatively monomer people belie the women that i talked to really focused on a wide aid my kind of exact kqm and that's certainly true i mean could a vast majority of workers there in the same job their wages aren't that might get print than they did they were a year or two ago they're industry in that much different than it was before the.
"university michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Life in the near future when if you get use one specific day example this has to do with the massachusetts institute of technology in flint michigan how to that come to be and what does that represent you know resume a skinflint is part of the overall university system better but you know not a because they do said university michigan and arbor and so one reason that's not it money so michigan is a really cap step state and you look at them complacent i'm just gon all out with their state university system but la for no who doing really well and then but michigan has not really have the money to make many really top level research university despite a large up hillary seven and so if you him and get better could improve if we could give you don't point more research funding you don't plant good good higher you know more really good good button become more of this research center and then all more you know businesses and local area when could be a complete turnaround from the start of close enough to waste when you know no it so educational policy could actually turn into positive economic policy absolutely or several ways this work so the first way is just university to produce a lot of human capital they they educate people in and believe he's mark people and and some of those would move away some of those will stay in the region after they graduated for that get another way it's been all the third way is just with the call local multiplier so the money to come into the university get kind of re spent locally and also for a student wish and you know more and more would have rich chinese people paint do the knows to come here and get an education and is university just because no total number spot learned students don't crowd anybody out that what happened to the band that stuff that i think cheap in the spot native bournemouth american students is just everyone's benefit big league just export industry like you know so incar the repeat and so does it all the different ways that university benefit hound than those up and that probably why we see college towns doing so well so what are the obstacles to making education any part of an urban renewal program one.