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"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"A slot and safety was almost identical to how the steelers us cameron sutton last year. So so watching that. I'm watching them thinking well. Okay so this is gonna come in and cameron sutton's another dude who you know. He's he's faster than norwood But he's also not the best physically at be physical hitting people He's improved on that over the years as well like he's another guy in that kind of a mole so traynor would kinda comes across to me as like cameron sutton what he was is. Where is where the sealer see. Traynor would possibly becoming that kind of you know dime package. You're you're a slot. Cornerback your deep safety. You're kind of a hybrid role in there Do you agree with. does that. Does that what he did in college. Because i didn't watch. I i watch like two games And do you think that would that. Is there a chance with his intelligence. Billy learned the defense the he could slip on the roster as a guy that they can sit there and say well even if we have an injury. We know this guy. You'll know the defense you'll be able to execute it mentally and yeah that's the thing about him. Is that he in such a quick learner. And just watching this team over the last this last season. Twenty twenty eight twenty twenty one. You can never really pinpoint where. He was going to play because alex grinch filtered in so many defensive backs in traynor would is one of the guys played supplementary times times. It'd be nickel times. Be at cornerback. At times it'd be at safety award is going on here. So he's making blue over the field and helped him in learning the entire defense and so he is such a smart player. That's how he the drew freshman and they let him make those through Learn those moves mistakes that he has a freshman and then he gets a defensive coordinator that says hey played. The hair on fire go play rested but also need to learn this defense in. So i mean the guy's a bookworm as ours. The playbook is concerned in agassi. Being a guy that. Hey if the steelers like posh moore that one year that the pretty much. The entire defensive backfield was just like on the injury list. The hitter guys from university. Pittsburgh pretty much Kit he he could be a guy that could fill in in be really really successful because he knows the ins and outs of the playbook because he's going to study that thing he's gonna do whatever the coach tell them to do so he can get on the that's his prerogative. Immune not be the most The strong guy may not be having the elite speed but he has a big brain mentality. he is going to make the haiku place if you had to pinpoint one specific thing from That's the best part of his game. What would you point to specifically that. You'd say this what he does. Better than anything else. Development recognizing were plays going. And where the ball's going to end up at. I would say that's where he would excel the most just because of a. I mean how. How much high hugh he s for the game but also be many positions. He played played successfully in his freshman year. He played cornerback and then he played nickelback and then he played a lot of safety so he knows where the ball's going in what i would say you guy. You're anything else michael. No i know you wanted to ask some steelers questions jeffrey. Is there one that you wanted to send his. I asked okay amazon. Like that's that's why. I watched him and i thought you know this guy looks like he's playing cameras rolled like he's playing that role and now cameron sutton's not playing that that rule is wide open. And there's not a lot of players on the steelers who were really fit that well So i think. I think really. He has a shot. Not of being the number four corner But of being like the guy right behind like an arthur let someone who's playing that job and you know someone goes down boom. He's your number four. Guile the sudden i will offer you this and put you on the spot a little bit before we let you get out of here. Considering you are steelers fan. Well how do you think this season's going to play for them. Are they a playoff team or the team. Taking the faculty. Where do you rank this team right now. This question from you on a spot no know. It's it's tough. It's tough to be kit to gauge that. Especially like down here. In oklahoma i get dallas cowboy coverage everywhere so i have to really go out of my way to find anything from the steelers and anything that comes from the afc north down here is all baker mayfield and you guys know he owes lou ultimo or ravens are all you guys. Cash joe mixing the cincinnati zoo guy but man. How is his team playing out his. I really hope that offensive lying crap together. Otherwise najji harrison gonna make big difference. I know they want to get the ball at a ben's hand little bit more. I know the play action but I have. I have thoughts on ben in that he that he should have been clicked Awhile ago olden the franchise Like hostage with that much cash. So i think i wouldn't be surprised if they went eight. I know it's a cop out. Answer i. I know that the browns are looking at tickets. step forward. You know the ravens are going to take a step forward. Despite the fact that lamar jackson is not being able to be filmed while throwing the ball anymore. So you know. I could see eight. Neighboring could also see ten and six because the defense. So it's just man that whole offseason stuff with juju getting your another running back in all in ben coming back and him like. I don't know i hopeful. I'm optimistic that. I'm not too sure i mean what. What do you guys think. There's a lot like you nailed it. There's a lot of question marks especially like we're talking trade norwood here one of the reasons one of the reasons i've thought about and so i just because we're secondary players down to of our two of our main cornerbacks from last year we're down. He said the offensive line.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast
"Any other thoughts or tips for the listeners. Out there don't be afraid of the evaluation you had stills as therapists. You do it every day to look people relative to being seated and mobile and don't be afraid to ask questions the of why they're recommending certain kinds of equipment especially that doesn't make sense you can't justify if it doesn't make sense good brain point and i find i don't do a lot of initial evaluations as i mentioned on more on the outpatients round so a lot of clients company already with a seating system but i've gotten to know over the over the years that reasoning in that rationale has helped me learn and utilized of the theories behind some of the equipment in some of the component tree as to what may be working. Why when there's a problem. I can problem solve a little bit more on my own which you know. I wouldn't have you know initially so knowing the why don't understand. The reasoning helps you with that letter of medical necessity for sure but also helps kind of the big picture in a big concepts and things start to sense a little more so that is really helpful. There is one more thing when you said letter of medical assessing. There are a number of of seating ability plus justification forms that are out there like he'll wheelchair seeing mobility evaluation. Houston at this forum. I'm talking about a performs people who don't have an electronic medical system Or that. I personally would never try to hand. Write all of this jake forever and so that helps you remember what it is. You're supposed to focus on and it also helps you gives you choose to how you might be justifying the equipment that you just recommended right right. Don't don't try to free end. That would that would be very. I think yeah So we've talked to we happen to have both of you from the same A supplier company on there are number of suppliers. We have no affiliation with you guys and your snow relationships that we have at all just kind of put that disclaimer. Out there for everyone But there are a lot of resources available Especially from national providers in within the ata d We'll there's a wheelchair and seating special interest group in on the n. T. t website under that special interest group. There's resources available for clinicians as well but there are a variety i know worldwide web has allowed us to have a lot of exchanging information shared resources on so there definitely are available resources. That being said it's important. You have That some of the resources to make sure that they are trustworthy. They are onli- alber. Yes exactly so i do. I do suggests on that. Individuals talked to atp's and talk to their local suppliers to get direction and guidance on now but there are a lot of resources available to help conditions have some guidance As you mentioned. Susan just for evaluations and forms on even for ways to have success with butters medical necessity. There's templates like that available. Having some guidance is another another thing to look forward to not be afraid to ask questions about and that is the total There's been a big thing about striving and things like that around the country. That is totally responsible for the clinician We don't have other. People are treatment plans in any other realm. That's our treatment plan right right. I'm gonna give you more site which is really nice site. It's the university of pittsburgh and out. Remember the name of the website. It's just google university pittsburgh r. s. t. c. e. rehab technology interesting stuff on that website owners. Yeah yet i think. Probably another Way he bought some of the staff than keeping storms as stacy mentioned earlier a lot of manufacturers and local reps are willing to do in services and they come with a wealth of information about its kind of justification in on so the other can logistics that go along with this process so there are also valuable resource allocations. Well especially novel sorry especially for novel. New technology like i gaze. Because you don't you can't say my client needs days. There's there's fifteen different components and believe it or not. You have to know what they do. Is you justify it right so go ahead six. I was just gonna say that that in particular per mobile on sunrise medical great resources for you know even have sample elements things that help you can help you. Justify different components is honam as early as uk she programs while l. c. There's resources everywhere there are many. Yes well thank you so much for your time for offering your insights your knowledge or expertise as i mentioned this This this topic in general is sometimes overwhelming to folks and then adding layer of individuals with severe moderate. Ti's i'm adds to that complexity. So i think information around. This topic is helpful. And it's an area that i ended digital's may not get a lot of practice or exposure to muster in a specialty clinic or a specialty facility on. So i appreciate all the information that you can provide for all of us around the country maybe struggling with this topic. Thank you very much. A lot of fun. Yes thank you all right. Thank you so much talk to you. These guys pretty soon. Okay okay i buy. Thanks for listening to brain bites. Make sure to follow the brain. Injuries said on facebook and twitter..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Welcome to the big fellas podcast where we trap it up about all things past present and future about the game of basketball where facts. Stats and context reigns supreme blasphemous. Sometimes it gets crazy but we always keep it real. Always get ready to learn from players coaches and fans from all levels of the game and see the court and a brand new way and now fresh off the sidelines. Here's your host john. Hart oh phyllis what did you fellas and welcome to the big fellas basketball podcast. I'm your host. Jay h coming to you from new york city the mecca of basketball today. I'm excited to be joined by dan. O'brien director of sports medicine and research for the national basketball players association. I spoke with dan. About what the. Mvp does behind the scenes to benefit players safety his department role giving players a second opinion. And how the bubble became a reality from the medical side. We've gotta go install today fellas episode number forty eight dan. O'brien director of sports medicine going on john hawaiian man. Thanks for having me. I'm doing great. Thanks for coming on Actually in the nba offices right now in in the city. It's obviously a lot of fun at taking the time Trap because the stuff you do is really cool. It's a it's an interesting perspective. And i can't on packet if of course when when it's over land think of this pandemic is all the virtual meetings you fat. And it's good to get on and do some virtual podcasts in the meantime as well so excited talk yesterday. Of course i'll take it back a little bit. What kind of sparked that interest for you in in basketball whether as a kid or reggie kind of went on. What kind of sparked that for you. Yeah matt traditional. Haven't been a basketball life for my. You know since since i've been a kid. I sports fanatic. I think i was always enamored by athletes at a young age. You know four five years old. Just watch sports sports sports. I've really got like the disney channel or the cartoons or anything so we've been a nearby sports and athletes. And i think they kind of took me to my career path genita- being more the sports medicine road. But you know. I more of the the occupation which led me to basketball world in iran. Now so not your traditional basketball efforts story. But i guess it's a little different perspective here of course and that's why it's so interesting because has their own spin story but live enjoy watching the game while enjoying loving andro playing it and we interested to hear that perspective. So when you're in college but of made you can think about going into into sports medicine and taking your questions. I think it all started my love for sports new. Want to be involved in sports. I didn't wanna do sports. Management sports medicine and ended up deciding that i wanted to be more hands on more clinical in whatever i did not let me more to the athletic training worlds. Actually got my undergrad. netflix training. And i did that to king university pittsburgh and that's why work my first basketball clinical rotation there at duquesne was there for two years. Did another rotation at robert morris basketball there..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Why in your blinding is they're not incorporated some sort of scale or wherever you want to call it for severely greater risk back for either based on age, co morbidity or so forth. Instead, you're relying on local and national guidelines. And I could tell you they're gonna very state by state County by county here on Dure gonna have a hot spot. So since if you were gonna incorporate something about the risk factors, you might have a little bit more consistently other followed great risk group, So I don't know if I've had considered that at all. Mm hmm. Put up may be nothing that moves us back for The discussion topics. Way have five responding place. It's protecting the other than listen to explain in detail how we're going to follow vaccine recipients over time. No question. It wasn't a question of foul. It was a question off, identifying when somebody would be eligible to be in blinded. That would include their risk factors, not just local and national criteria because they were very tremendously in this country and I suspect elsewhere. Okay, then, maybe Dr Gupta. Yeah, again. I may call upon Nick to help with this too. We obviously good morning from Dr Goodman. This is an incredibly challenging Erich interested, you know, foot forward the right path. We want to be conscientious about providing vaccine the individuals that would qualify so the onus is on us. Take the U. Boat, introduce authorization and the recommendations the heart you know, if you happen to live in the area where In fact you are eligible, it would be hard pressed to say well, because we've taken the national recommendation. You don't get it because we're just going by the national recommendations. I think we have yet to see how that will work in practice. But it is our intent to try to do what we think is right to follow the guidance and local recommendation. We also obviously basing this issue as you can perceive not just on a national level, but internationally since we have a number of countries involved, so we have to look at each of those issues on weigh them to make that type of decision. Thank you Haven't well, after that. I know that you will be in discussion bill with With the FDA about these Well. Right, right. I mean, that's that's clearly It's part and parcel black. Glad this is a topic for discussion. Exactly. Yeah, Rebellion is this is a kitchen again from Father just threw out. So yes, our intention, at least way would anticipate. Come to the recommendations following the initial H i P recommendation that we will provide specific guidance. Um More specific than that than a point to know local national recommendations that certainly could start with. I imagine it would. It would follow how a Sharpie would recommend allocation of you. Doses. Thank you. And as we go forward, please. Mainly pay attention the discussion items because, as many have stated, we'd like to move It would be L. A admission. Promptly or is smoothly I won't they promptly as smoothly as possible. And the answer to some of these issues is going to affect that, though. Moderating. This event is Dr Arnold Monta University of Michigan epidemiologist Dr Moore. Yes. One question that dresses. These two discussion items is my point is really, really central and important. Is that FDA did not asking its guidance and flies. ER is presented no evidence it instead of the day that the vaccine has any effect on virus carriage or shedding Dr Patrick Moore University Pittsburgh Cancer Center, the fundamental basis for herd immunity. And so even though the individual efficacy of this vaccine is very, very, very high We really as of right now do not have any evidence, but I will have an impact on social wide on the epidemic. And so I would like to ask before the UN blinding That Fizer seriously considered. Performing nucleic acid as it is on the vaccines in the placebo patients. I don't know whether the point estimate were shedding is going to be high enough that you're going to see a significant difference. But at least one should try because that's one piece of data that we're going to completely lose one cm blinding occurs. I let me just interrupt and tell you that these questions are being addressed by CDC. In the observation all studies as we go forward because of sample size issues on a lot of issues that are not Possible when you're not looking at households where transmission will take place. Right? I might just do the CDC. There's certainly would like to have a toe in through the vaccine companies to be able to help perform these very types of studies, if at all possible, so that industry um CDC collaboration would be tremendous, but it is. So important as of right now, as to whether or not this vaccine can have an impact on non vaccinated persons or risk for acquiring infection. We don't know that Dr Patrick Moore University Pittsburgh, Dr Jansen, what a comment If they actually are looking into this to do perfectly that not just to look for prevention of asymptomatic infection, but also doing the PTR CA thing to look for a virus. A question or prevention of virus acquisition on me Remind the that we have data not from humans. But come on non human primate study that would argue that the vaccine does prevent infection. We have seen that it prevents infection of the long and we actually have also seen some evidence. That it has in more trendy in that vial. I was more trendy, innately detected in the vaccinated animals compared to the control animals. Dr. Katherine Jenkins, senior Peopie advisor. Yes, but we're gonna have to boat We're gonna have to move on. Dr Kim..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Johnny Mac, taking your calls 855 to 1 to 42 7 1st couple hours. Calls and phones were pretty busy dropped off here in our number three. So if you get on the line I'll get to you. Ah, A s A P Hit me up at 855 to 1 to 42 to 7. If you want to tweet to show do it at Jodi Mac Man. J O D Y M A C M A. N I I did get one from Ah, Bryan J. My buddy up north to the border. Who said Jodi Mac that How long was unbelievable, accusing the Dodgers of Keating? Well, apparently, they didn't cheat well enough tonight because they didn't put up enough run seven wasn't enough. The Rays with two in the bottom of the ninth, Brett Phillips, who didn't get into the game till the eighth inning, who had not yet gotten a hit in the postseason. For the Rays delivered big time Dodgers with some poor fielding on the play allowed not one but two runs to score. Running from second, Okay, running from first on a single to center field. Not good. But Tampa is going to take it any way they can to get the World Series even at two apiece again. More tweets either Call it tweet, And as I said, my phone's wide open 855. Two on two for 2 to 7 from Jim Snyder. Jody noted. Dame did not beat up Pittsburgh today they'd beat up pit Pirates stealers. Penguins are Pittsburgh, The Panthers are pick Well. They're in its In Pittsburgh, right? Pittsburgh University is in Pittsburgh. I think I'm allowed to call them pit Ah, I think I'm going to call in Pittsburgh. I think it's kind of like dealers choice here, Jim. I am not a Pittsburgh I never have been never will be, um, never lived there. Nto the baseball stadium a handful of times, but that's about it. Um, so I don't know if this is a Pittsburgh thing If you want to. Ah, clear that up for me If I'm somehow it's going this up. I don't believe I am that you're not allowed to call. The University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, You must call them pit. According to Jim Snyder. Yeah, I don't get that a little bit. But hey, if you want to. Ah, Lay it out for me, Uh, feel free. Let's see my picks for the week. In the NFL. O guess what? It includes Pittsburgh. That would be the Steelers. I wouldn't be where you can't call The Steelers pit. Cause that is the university. But I think you're allowed to call the university Pittsburgh because The name is Pittsburgh. It's not Pitt University, It's Pittsburgh University. And it's in the city of Pittsburgh. So they played there. I'm pretty sure I get to call them that if I so cues Well, I'm gonna pick Pittsburgh in my NFL. Pixar you go. I got a four pack of picks for you..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"G inertial shell coming up in 15 minutes. Dr Angela Rasmus and she joins to show find out a text that I sent her yesterday about trying to find out. What is the new news going on? At the university, Pittsburgh But right now, Ursula We need to talk, by the way those words when you hear that, and someone says that it's just never a good thing, But if you're just tuning in right now, this is a time in the show where we just We try to get away from the news, and we just try to bring a really life situations and we tried to discuss them and talk them through. Well, Ursula Here's the deal. Some of these situations could be true. Some of them could not be true. But we say we don't say names because you want to save things, but Is a scenario you're at a restaurant until you at this restaurant and you notice that your friends, significant other Is there at the restaurant engaged in conversation with someone else? This conversation you have a vibe feels funny. This doesn't feel like it's a business thing. It doesn't feel professional. The question is this Do you tell your friend? Or do you mind your business? It all depends. I don't have enough information because old it depends How the friend Ursula Okay, It's a friend's A friend. Yes. Dakwar coworker. This is a friend. OK, different So I would say. First of all, I would probably stop by that table on my way out and say something on then I would kind of continued to see what the vibe is. If my friends partner now is acting guilty or doesn't introduce me or, you know Is acting shady. I might consider again depending on the level of friendship. If it's my best friend. Absolutely, I would tell I would say something, I would my Ursula You see you see Lillian out at about. She's at a restaurant. You feel funny. You feel a vibe. Would you say something to me? Um I if I see little out there, but I don't know Lillian and I just know her to be the what I know about her is that she's awesome. I would probably say something. I would say at least hey, I saw Lillian. How's that? I got you. Okay? Okay. And then you might be asking. Well, where was she? And what was well, what about you? 98973? We need your help You guys, do you tell your friend or do you mind your business? I mind my business every day of the week, And here's why The messenger always gets shot. It's always on the messenger. Like for some reason, and those listening right now You know what I'm talking about. You're trying to do the right thing, right? You're like, Hey, I want to be that friend that wants to come and say, Hey, I saw this person here. What were they doing? Or I saw them out all those things. But for some reason That couple. They always stay together. And then guess who the bad person is. Message itself. As that happened to you. Absolutely. Yes, it did. Was it a really good friend? Because again, I need to know. How would you know what this was? When I say really good friends with somebody who I talked to 34 times a week, Okay? And I and I and I told him, I would I would I was seeing And he calls me back. And he says, Well, um, she says that wasn't what I thought. And so what do you think? Ends up happening? They both don't like me. The messenger always gets shot. So I mind my business. So this is no, I see. Margot has chef. There's a middle path here, man. You know, it's not that hard to set up an anonymous email account. I mean, nothing. It's something I'm doing. But if you're really worried about it, if you're both worried about your friendship and your friend, you could just anonymous tip I would go with my I would go with my solution like if you were to stop there. That will reveal a whole lot more before you even approach her friend about and make assumptions about anything..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Coming up on the Hammer and Nigel Show 49 days to go until the election where our trump and Biden in the polls and its Tuesdays with Tony Cats on 93, WNBC. So there's a study out of Pittsburgh. Interesting. They think they've identified The antibody. Him. Corona virus. And that causes current of ours. Tony Cats, Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 8334688669. Um I don't understand how it works, but what they feel they found the anybody. And they can therefore neutralize the virus. That causes sorry Gov to which is the virus that causes Corona virus. It is 10 times smaller than a full sized Any body. They've used that to create this drug called 88. I was in the journal Cell C e. L l on Monday. They think it's going to be a preventive. Not only has potential is therapy for Tobin 19, but it also could be used to keep people from getting sorry Gov to infections that, according to the chief of the division of infectious Disease diseases at Pitt, In the University of Pennsylvania Medical University, Pittsburgh Medical Center. Anybody's in the largest sides have worked against other infectious diseases, Um, well tolerated, giving us hope that it could be an effective treatment for patients to govern 19. And for protection of those who have never had the infection and are not immune. What matters here. It is. The efforts being made. For example, the AstraZeneca trials are back on. They took a pause because someone got sick. Those trials are back on. There's a lot of work going on for all the places where we missed, and I would argue there was a lot of Ms From doctors from Science from Politico's on Corona virus. There's been a lot of work done by groups together. Nevada and that I'm greatly greatly..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And, um, a long time student of the Limbaugh Institute of Advanced Conservative Studies. Thank you, sir. Great to have you here with us, and I just want to say myself and my beautiful wife, Cheryl, We've been praying for your No, you're healing and just, you know, we've been thinking in my mind. I have three Children as well. Great, You know, really, You know, great fans of yours and been praying for you and for your recovery. I appreciate it. I'm convinced they work. I really appreciate that very much. Well, I tell you I'm a union Carpenter, New York City and what I've been noticing and Tuesday. I've always been a real trump supporter of, you know, in the building industry when he you know, he's done so much, You know, union construction in New York City, and you know, in the eighties when I got in, you wanted to get on a trump job because you knew You know he was He had it. He was very meticulous on how he's going to build and was very He's just a deal, detail oriented guy and he's you know, from my generation when we came in. You know, we've always been like I've been a big trump fan for a long time, you know, and but what I've been noticing in 2016 prepared to now there's much more support. In the construction field for Donald Trump right now than there was that it makes it makes perfect sense to me. He's got Biden out there, promising everybody is going to shut down. The country of some scientists tells him to do it. If if if I'm In the building trades If I'm in some kind of a union or if I just want to go to work every day, I hear the Democrat nominee for president say that I'm running for the hills. That's the last thing this country or economy needs. There's no scientific reason whatsoever to shut it down, especially when everything that we're learning. I appreciate the call, grab somebody number 40. I wanted you to hear this. This is Biden and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. He was talking here about the Republicans and Trump wanting to take away your Social Security about Trump's plan to defund Social Security. There isn't such so Security Administration chief actuary Just released report, saying that if a plan like the one Trump is proposing goes in effect The Social Security Trust fund would be and I quote permanently depleted by the middle of calendar year 2023 with no ability to pay benefits they're after Put it plainly. Trump's plan. Would wipe out Social Security period. You feel safer, more secure. Now I have to tell you feeling safe and secure. I don't feel safe and secure. Just watching this guy even read it off the prompter. I don't think he's going to finish it. I have no confidence. I don't think that's something about not there. But this is an out and out lie. Trump is not gonna defund Social Security. Or the trust fund, just like he's insisting that nobody with a pre existing condition is going to be denied healthcare. They're out. They're lying through their teeth and their reviving this one. Which must mean that they deep deep doo doo lady's in double quick time out, will be back with much more simply.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Might find comfort in a lock they show a meal hearing another voice everybody is at home and I've just been so frustrated to find comfort here thank you this is my counter for today and I thank you news radio twelve W. away I this is me back to the phones in just a moment Jim van said earlier today that people who listen to this program are in a bubble that we're not being told you're not going to tell the truth of things out there because we're not respecting verbatim the word of all the authorities and so forth and I want to give you an illustration of how they are the ones in the Bible and we're not in your not at CNN they just discovered that Corgan works now we have been telling you about Clark within the Z. pack and we've been asking where are the three or the stories on the success of this combo of drugs because we know that Clark when is affected it's being proven effective and we're wondering why there aren't any more stories on it than there have them and we know why because social distancing is secure our social distancing is the order of the day and it boggles my mind there there's the U. university Pittsburgh Medical Center says they're on the road to a vaccine that story to be bigger than it is now the city of Toronto has banned public events for the end of June anyway I want you to listen to this this just moments ago Anderson Cooper talking with doctor Sanjay Gupta he's there had medical guide he said president trump was a feel safe about this derivative in park when a small study said they'd help with moderately ill patient is the key here though that they were not severely ill patients are what we know much about this.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WSB-AM
"W. S. B. Atlanta's news and talk here's me back to the phones in just a moment Jim van said earlier today that people who listen to this program are in a bubble that we're not being told you're not going to tell the truth the things out there because we are not respecting verbatim the word of all the authorities and so forth and I want to give you an illustration of how they are the ones in the Bible and we're not in your not at CNN they just discovered that Corgan works now we have been telling you about Clark within the Z. pack and we have been asking where are the three or the stories on the success of this combo drugs because we know that Clark when is affected it's being proven effective and we're wondering why there aren't any more stories on it than there have been and we know why because social distancing is like your social distancing is the order of the day and it boggles my mind there's the U. university Pittsburgh Medical Center says they're on the road to a vaccine that story to be bigger than it is now the city of Toronto has banned public events through the end of June anyway I want you to listen to this this just moments ago Anderson Cooper talking with doctor Sanjay Gupta he's our head medical guide he said president trump was a feel safe about this derivative of Clark when a small study said they'd help with moderately ill patients is the key here though that they were not severely ill patients are what we know much about this.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Range Ford's boards never gave rounds bid three pointer there they were twenty points better than the brass get eighty five to sixty five university Pittsburgh football and men's basketball programs placed on probation for three years by the NC double a both programs committing a series of violations between twenty fifteen to twenty eighteen they sent around bold programs exceeding the number of a lot of practices during that time how about the night on eyes were Alexander veggie getting old so close the seven hundred career hot only scored eleven goals in the last five games coming in here her name is heard on the capital's radio network Alex vengeance going is six hundred ninety ninth career goal now he'd been in a rock of late but he's closing in on another milestone capitals drop their third Aroldo falling to the Montreal Canadiens of four to three eighteen T. the goals snapped a five game streak without a point hi for the longest of his career consider that all that skin had never gone more than five games in his career without a goal only seven players have scored seven hundred career now he is within one of that career milestone how bout the leaves looking to write their wrongs against the pens always as heard.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Few gallons details twenty eight to go nine gives B. Y. U. eighty five seventy five past Santa Clara Cougars winning their seventh straight game three forty four to go first half thirty on the shot clock green to trigger the inbound play and throws it is yeah Brian Jeffries live for life ecology heard a mention Josh greeny scored eighteen to help number twenty four hours on a best Oregon state eighty nine to sixty three in Michigan state getting a big when brown has a with a fall Aaron Henry Henry out for dribbles around trying to set your cannot I gave them the wing for three nice pass by Henry in grade three by brown well the one thing I'm as she was doing to overcome all these turnovers and measure with the shooting fifty two percent from three point range Spartans boards never gave grounds fifth three pointer there there were twenty points better than the brass get eighty five to sixty five university Pittsburgh football and men's basketball programs placed on probation for three years by the NC double a both programs committing a series of violations between twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen they sit around bold programs exceeding the number of a lot of practices during that time how about the night on ice were Alexander veggie king getting old so close the seven hundred career only scored eleven goals in the last five games coming as heard on the capital's radio network Alex so that she is going is six hundred ninety ninth career goal now he'd been in a rock of late but he's closing in on another milestone capitals drop their third Aroldo falling to the Montreal Canadiens of four to three in T. the goal snapped a five game streak without a point hi for the longest of his career consider that all that skin had never gone more than five games in his career without a goal only seven players have scored seven hundred career now he is within one of that career milestone how bout the leaves looking to write their wrongs against the pens I'm always as heard on sportsnet five ninety the fan Jake muzzin had a goal and two assists.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Path? Yeah so I still have what my husband. Someone calls see sometimes. Why are they in your head? Why do you look on your head? They're always in my head there my head there my spirit their guiding. Everything I do. My father passed away in twenty eleven. But he's with me every moment. I just talk to my mom as I said before I came here to see you so we're very close But I never felt like you know. There's so much out there now about tiger mom and helicopter parenting. Yeah I never felt that way. I never felt that I had parents. That were like that. That they were they were involved and they were Wanting to guide me in terms of making sure that I did the best I could or had the opportunities that I could but they didn't force me to do anything and I never felt pressure to live up to anything in particular. I would say that being the only black dean for a very long time at the University Pittsburgh you know and being very involved in the community there are a lot of folks that look up to my dad knew who he was and he will be recognized because he wore suit everywhere he went but I didn't feel like that was. I felt proud of that. There wasn't something that made me worry that. Would I ever be able to live up to that or live up to expectations it. It inspired me to want to be like that and the same for my mom. Knowing every person for the longest time she'd come to a ten hour train ride from Pittsburgh to New York to come visit she would inevitably have about three different stories very deep conversations. She'd had people about their whole life story. Everyone knows her. Everybody wants to get to know her better and hear what's going on to those was that was. That was a strong influence. But it wasn't something that made me that ever worried me about feeling pressure or living up to you were anything that was more of a motivating factor. And so that's what I think about now with my children and in this frenzy that were in in living in New York of making sure that they just see. This is how I did it but it's I'm not saying you have to do it this way I just want to let you know. These are the opportunities but it's it's hard when there's so many people around you that are really creating that you know what they're gonNA do. This aren't they are going to apply here aren't they. And they're gonNA take this test on and they're going to take and it's seven if you're telling me my child should take this particular extra activity because it looks great on the college resume. I just don't get it. Yeah I'm in the same boat with you and I think especially word bubble in New York. Where it's you know there? Are there people who are tracking their kids for college in school. Yeah which I for the life of me I can't I just don't understand what happens if your kid hits tenth grade and realizes colleges and even for me exactly whereas whereas your kids sense of the identity and free will and agency that whole equation and having worked now for almost twenty years that CNBC and looking at entrepreneurs and the backgrounds that they have The lack of the lack of a college degree or the IB Education Ivy League education. It there is no set path for success. At least that you know for success in any way but for the material success and many people look at. There's no set path for that and I think it's important for people to realize into also realize what I what I'm really hoping my kids get from me also is that success is not what you see in this physical world. You know success is what you make of it. How you feel about yourself? I want them to feel strong empowered. I can do anything and I have the support of my family. My friends my faith to get me there. That's success to me. Yeah so agree with you. I mean it I think it just you look at people. Further down the road fifty sixty seventies eighties nineties. God Willing Right and and you ask them you know about their regrets answer about the things that that truly are valuable to them you know yes we all want US early earn enough to be able to baseline cover ourselves feel like like we're okay but beyond that you know it is it's the kindness. It's the depth of your relationships. You know and it's the gratitude. Yeah under me and uh-huh being humble realizing this just didn't happen to you you know this was given to you and You earned it. You may have earned it. You may worked hard but a lot of people are in now so when it happens and when the good graces befall you need to be grateful. I'm curious now. So when you're stepping back when you were in Harvard were you able to access that Lens. That set of values in the culture of surly the academic culture and very often the very driven and predefined notions of success Trying to I'm trying to recall the that particular for your period In terms of how I how I felt about that I think the guy was I was concerned about getting my first BS I was I was somewhat concerned about. You know the when you're with a cohort where everyone has been the top of their class and everyone is accelerate things trying to figure around how you continue to excel it. Something was that was a challenging Belle's challenging time on the other hand it was really motivating interesting and invigorating again to find my niece show of other African American students who had been in the top of their class who got into Harvard. Many of them were actually first first generation college students and some who were There were very few if any legacies or anything like that. This was a very new experience for for many of us to be in this type of institution and we would just talk about really interesting things and we had a you know a Sunday dinner where we'd always all we'll get together and have conversations and then we also did the things that kids do it. You know in college with parties and all of that. The one thing I remember even touring the school which was true. Oh at least the way I the way I approached it. This one of the students who did a college tour was like any. You may not go out Friday and Saturday night but you go up Friday or Saturday. They night for me. I didn't think people out anywhere so that was fine but the reality was I really. Couldn't you know it was their word Friday or Saturday nights where I had to study Eddie or at least I had to get sleep so that I could study the next on Sunday so I remember that And again I went beyond the Harvard community. So road going into Now I can't remember the area but going outside of Cambridge and into Boston to go to black side to that production company and You know going past all these different neighborhoods that This particular bus route I remember would be really fancy and then really not and and then you know this being able to see the community that was living in and not just being in that bubble of being on campus. That was important. I think that was really a really good part of my college experience. And then a summer I spent at working for the Boston Globe where I had to go into the communities and cover and all that that was also that was also really important. Horton yeah and it seems like that through line. Really the through line of of being the person who leads curiosity Who tells the stories stories of other people that that really that started in earnest and tenth grade and it just never stop no and never stopped and it still hasn't stopped the it's still hasn't stuff? There's so how many stories every day you know I'm touched by somebody and And it's a story that you know that that I'm eager that I'm eager to share and eager here to learn from so I enjoy it. I really do enjoy it. Project is supported by thread. OB SO I. I was surprised to learn how much waste there isn't a fashion industry. How that affects the environment and how easy it is to actually make a difference if everyone in the US bought just one used? I used item. Instead of new. In twenty twenty it would save nearly six billion pounds of carbon emissions. That's Kinda taking half a million cars off the road for a whole all year so as we step into a new year. We've been thinking a lot more about shopping. Sustainably and thrift is a part of that. It's better for the planet and your wallet and it's also.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Growing Higher Ed Leaders
"Mistakes but most important is that you learned from those mistakes. Is There A. Is there an incident or something that you look back in your career and you say wow you know what that was the fork in the road and and if I if I didn't change the way I was doing things you know I I would be a complete derailed or you know you take the other path at that I learned from this and I changed my leadership style and and I've I've been better for that change. There's something that that brings true view or a story that that you can think back or you hearken back to in those moments when you have to Kinda reset because even even though as leaders we. We know a lot of these things that we get into the practice of things. It's it can be easy to revert to bad habits And you have to constantly remind yourself because there's something that you use or is that you used. Did you call to. Yeah you know and and we won't use any. We'll protect the innocent her. It refers to this delegation discussion. We were just having so I was working for Johnny Majors. Who was the him? The bulk of University Pittsburgh Incredible Coach won a national championship here and had tremendous success as a player and then coach in I was doing a lot of work for the football program. Basically all the off the field work so recruiting running their football camps their summer camps all their academic Democ work that type of stuff and we were running. I was in charge of running the Johnny Majors football camp a summer camp for kids in the good news is that our marketing effort was fantastic. The bad news is we had so many kids registered. Did I got underwater. Hurry I I was trying to do it. All Myself I didn't bring in. We had an opportunity to bring in interns. A LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA get into athletics in particular chance to work for a guy like Johnny Majors. I could have hired interns to help but I thought I had it all under control the end That we got overwhelmed with the number of registrations that we had and I can remember working overnight several nights the hot off registrations and getting them in our computer database in getting the camp ready for the kids when they showed up in Hanoi was one of those issues that was probably not as disastrous as I felt it was. The customer doesn't usually see all the flaws but I saw the ball and there were lots of them and it was one of the biggest and I realize is looking back. It's because I I had been a doer and a I think of a fairly proficient doer in so I was was having trouble letting go. I wanted to control everything I wanted to own. Everything and as has I was doing that I got caught. Auden it was just a just storm than an avalanche that hit me of too much work and not enough help in the inability to get it done bannon so it was a great lesson to me in this whole idea. We talk about letting go surround. I think a couple of lessons surrounding yourself with great eight people right. You've got you. Can't you gotTa build a great team. Surround yourself with great people and then letting them do their work leading adding letting them do their job so that we can be successful in the following year abroad in a super super intern who really Oy took ownership of it and I was really much more hands off and he put together a team of interns to help him and they actually did a great job so the without being the camp was fantastic. Great Lesson Right now that you don't have to do everything you got to build a great team. Give them the vision where you WanNa go and let them go. Let them take you there. I've tried to to use that in my leadership after learning that tough lesson. It sounds like it was a tough one to option and really tough boss too so they usually do right. That's right. The customer doesn't re- rarely sees the flaws. Everyone else does so. I think this is another great segue you you I want to.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So do you agree with that statement or disagree and the more students strongly disagree with the statement the lower the university is right Simmons university of Boston was second in the unhappy stable then see Wall university in south orange New Jersey the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis gorgeous Hey guys of to see the name okay it's amazing they were on the list of unhappy St John's university Catholic University in queens was next and then came Chicago's Illinois institute of technology St John's you think maybe you know a bunch of would be on St John's wart be happier there are three hundred eighty five colleges surveyed for the present review rankings which compare schools by dozens of measures that include teaching health services college dorms and I guess the happiest question also produces a list of the ten happiest campuses Auburn University Auburn Alabama one that one American universities of seven of the top ten spots Vanderbilt that number two Kansas State University number three nobody makes a difference small schools and larger ones both made the cut another look at people of different backgrounds or ask for their campuses LGBTQ friendly and whether they think the professors are interesting and bring the material to life in addition students are asked about town gown relations how will the interact with local residents American University took seven of the top ten spots Emily's happy ends up being Xavier Simmons hall they've okay reset Johns Illinois institute pays queens university of Texas at Dallas well doubt okay they'll probably have a better season alright I think that'll just quickly change that one university of Tennessee Knoxville George Mason University Fairfax Virginia Truman state university Kirksville Missouri and Kirksville Emerson College Boston New Jersey institute and work to quench university Pittsburgh Manhattanville college New York Hunter College in New York the gill university Montreal Quebec Suffolk university Boston and since college of Louisiana Shreveport all right so what does that mean for your eyes well all.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Compare schools by dozens of measures that include teaching health services college dorms and I guess the happiest question also produces a list of the ten happiest campuses Auburn University Auburn Alabama one that one American University six seven of the top ten spots Vanderbilt that number two Kansas State nobody makes a difference small schools and larger ones both made the cut another look at people different backgrounds or asked whether campuses LGBTQ friendly and whether they think the professors are interesting and bring the material to life in addition students are asked about town gown relations how will the interact with local residents American University took seven of the top ten spots Emily's happy ends up being Xavier Simmons hall the evil can reset Johns Illinois institute pays queens university of Texas at Dallas well now okay they'll probably have a better season alright I think that'll just quickly change that one university of Tennessee Knoxville George Mason University Fairfax Virginia Truman state university Kirksville Missouri and Kirksville Emerson College Boston New Jersey institute and work to quench university Pittsburgh Manhattanville college New York Hunter College in New York the gill university Montreal Quebec Suffolk university Boston and since college of Louisiana Shreveport all right so what does that mean for your eyes well.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Glad you're listening to the nation station here bland, keep me in line. This almost seems like common sense. But if you're like me, sometimes that gets lost as much as I tried to make sense of things headlines. Science says turn off all those phone notifications immediately. They did a study basically looking at how to calm down. And how to be more productive in less? Stressed out? I'm talking about Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh and what they did. And also Telefonica they work together on this. And what they said, basically if you take your smartphone. Take off those notifications all those things that pop up flashing lights. Whatever else let you know. There's a new story or click bait or whatever else that goes with it and defectively you'll be less distracted more focused and calmer because you're not constantly try what I miss what's going on. Who said what to whom what's is there? Another score. Who did what whatever who sets what what is going on? And that seems to be I live that life a little bit. I try not to. But I find that. I'll. Leave here on the phone. And then I'll set it down. Like, I said the blinking blue light. Or all of a sudden some stuff make it vibrate. Or here. Oh, what could that be is at the end of the world. Like, I got a check like I got a cat. Oh, I got the warning the end is here. Now, I'll figure it out on my own at some point. So here's my question to you. What's the worst distraction that you have in your life? Is it your technology? Is it your kids? Is it your stress and the stuff that you worry about and think about on a regular basis that distracts you because there's a lot of stuff that fills up a lot of time to keeps up from us from in many cases. And maybe I'm talking a little bit more about myself than I should. But that's all I got as far as experiences concern. I can't talk about your experience..