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"university westminster" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"university westminster" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Already WANNA find out about. Yourself. You'll company figure of I thinking. And of course as a mentioned that beginning you went to. To college she went to one in the in the states studying the an anthropology at vessel collision USA went to university named lived in London. So I don't even know if we might have met because I studied at University of London but Beck studied politics and society which oversees A. Vest. Topic at a moment in America what will over world really force going to Wait. When did he go to? University Westminster. I I earned my PhD at the University of Westminster. In London and I was there from two thousand, six to twenty ten by wasn't actually living in London because the way the doctoral system is set up on. To make. Trips there about three trips a year. So in enabled me to work time while I was earning my doctorate so you still wouldn't have space, but it doesn't you traveled to London to see supervisor and stuff like that correct gray area. I sound what? Go Up on but Malaysia was dissertation in worse that bump. It was narrow on the college was named Aswa can Scott working at Saint Thomas all so Yeah. Yeah. London's a great place in a just say. Philadelphia's always hear about Philadelphia and its place us in my bucket list to say, yeah, a lot to visit. Farmer always at from from New York. And Ninety minute drive. Oh. Right it's right between New York, city and Washington DC The nation's capital on up into New York. So many times. So I apologize for not making a little trip just to. Get the hell will. Show next I'm going there. But some. Yes. PhD In. Design Management. which is a lot different to the. Proletarian Africanness studies but of course, people do different things that they really winning in the academic journey. How. Did it go from jump from anthropology to to go to design management before? Working for you company figure of thinking. Yeah. So have a very loopy background and I've always followed my heart I. I really thrive in interdisciplinary fields. I've never been. particularly. Happy in a very kind of silo narrow way of working and so anthropology quits me with the skill set to do qualitative research to ask questions very differently and to have what I call the worms idea view society I actually earned a master's degree as well from Thomas Jefferson University in global textile marketing because I started hat design business might twenties really got the bug for business and fashion. and. That degree actually took me to study in Israel in Germany and then I was I worked in the fashion industry in global sourcing and worked for a division of the limited brands. And lived in Washington, Sri Lanka and Portugal and traveled throughout Asia sourcing underwear for Victoria's secret brand. I became a professor. I was professor for Sixteen Years last year's. We're in the states or traffic at. States in the United States at Philadelphia University okay. And you still The now is professor. I resigned academia twenty seventeen. I I'm the president of figuring thinking side and must creativity strategists old time right. So tell me more about Figura by what they do and what you do they always at your own company..

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"university westminster" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"university westminster" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The history of the earth from lakes in the East African rift valley that help push human evolution to London's underlying rock formations which shape the city skyline the wind patterns and how they affect the trade routes the California that knows a professor of science communication at the university of Westminster and he joins us now here in studio to explain how the years past informs our futures new book is called origins how is history shape human history welcome we'll start owning my hiding but they have you with us in the lighted in fact well you what we are not our planet that's kind of one of the axioms you can take away from your work and now we're under threat and a particularly great threat with respect to climate change not of the asteroid I learn from your astro van alleging works of being cross that off the list of possible extinctions or apocalyptic extensions that are in our future may talk about that in the course of this segment but we'll talk with you first about climate change in how the years history really particular since it was just seven hours of discussion of climate change of scene and by the different democratic candidates we spent a good deal of time talking about it it's still not as high as it ought to be in many of our judgments in terms of American concerns from what we learn from the earth and its history in terms of where we're going in terms of climate change I think I see right Mike witnessing an unprecedented period of. change to the decline of Antalya plants in the global climate change is not just well getting a bit warmer and the sea levels rising it will be a worldwide destruction to weather systems and where the rain falls and flights and and and weather outside and this is being driven by human activity if this is and which I think is is human caused climate change but what I start with the beginning of origins is I think many of us already aware of thought that humanity now has become so capable and powerful as a species we now are having this global effects and in the moment that sort of read speech detrimental effect. I'm all in one city with with a brokerage ins is as flat flat on its head and could not the fact that we are having on our planet now the effects all planets as hard on us throughout our entire human story so from the very origins as a species in East Africa three thousands of years of history of civilization and the rise and fall of empires and the forging of the modern nations to the modern world of politics and the way people thought and if we're looking at the history of climate change specifically as you lost there's a particular episode in US history about fifty five and a half million years ago that is the most similar natural event what we are causing right now and this is called the Paleocene Eocene thermal maximum the P. E. T. M. and if you look at the the kind of temperature graph of US history this is a huge spike in global temperatures that there's a fever of the planets fifty five and a half million years ago I'm by studying votes in the rock record they'll hopefully give us some kind of insight into what's happening now and how we can avert the worst possible disasters apocalyptic scenarios you himself can over in what way specifically I mean what do we learn that can service now prophylactic Klay if you will my understanding how US systems interact with each other how old that must contracts with the oceans nations that was contract with the the land masses how carbon cycles around this this entire country system is by starting how about system has responds in the past we can understand how it's like you to respond in the future to all pushing out it's all a human driven notches of this global climate system we keep seeing this actually on the geology is our destiny I mean that to some extent it's not only seemingly buffered in your book but also the idea. the geology or geography for that matter far outweigh even genetics in terms of human development but it's always a balance of several factors of course it is and. what I explore is how the geology and the pantry forces have helped Croft us as a species on a particular warts what was it about East Africa I've lost five or six meaning is that Croft aids humanity homicide pins as such an exquisitely versatile and adaptable and intelligent species of ape what what civil evil question with intelligence the on city. intelligence is is quite curious when you think about having a great big brain is a very expensive thing to try to maintain you have to eat lots of food to power your brain so even the origin of our intelligence as a species something is a Kerry Austin what was about East Africa that created that situation just about to ask you that the cradle of East Africa Revelli why there and why particular whose you call a kind of a a worldwide original Silicon Valley. I I have come to the Silicon Valley in my book so for origins I'm the original Silicon Valley was this East African great rift valley attempts tectonic fracture tectonic crack in the crust of all planets and is there that humanity hi it's cradle that's what we grew up that's what we evolve as a species is what we developed the very beginnings of our technology and all to use in terms of stone tools stone age tools which based on Seneca rocks so this was that the little little joke that'll play on words I've had in the book how the original Silicon Valley was give the very beginnings of stone tools in the great rift valley of East Africa to also write about the planetary processes that drove evolution of humanity talk about that yes the the great rift valley is is the cradle of humanity as I mentioned I think sent its source that my own child I grew up in Nairobi in Kenya I went to school cold the panda which Swahili from mud huts how much the much hot school district to hear them. I I have a couple of phrases I remembered of the twenty years since since we left that left Iraqi but the great rift valley is this long crack in the cross Estes Shoop inotes crossed when we grow up. and what we think happens to drive a revolution with it was a combination of effects and and and and interaction between the landscaper funny we have a very draw a hot toddy full but then these mountainous ridges on either side which catch any rain folder to fold in this tri area and fun let down into the valley floor we have a string of lakes strung along like a string of polls and a necklace on the body full. and these lakes are incredibly sensitive even tiny fluctuations in the local climate not to rein in S.. and not to rein in S. in the tropics run the equator is determined by a cosmic cycles buy them online fix cycles to with us orbit around the sun and then it tells about product. during periods of play Mexican instability. these lakes when we were growing up with Flaca very rapidly in and out of existence and every time the **** out they would substantially change the amount of water was available not to vegetation lot of animals and the and the and the reach around us that we could hunt. all intelligence was a evolution solution to very chaotic unpredictable unstable environment we have to evolve our brains out think on farms I was the interaction of those plan tree forces of this tectonic crack in the cross that we grew up in and these clothes make wobbles enough sold it so in this sense it was plate tectonics thirds Croft us is an intelligent species they take us back billions of years and really point out that our history we shape by these layers of iron railing. so I am of course it's been hugely important three three human history it is the metal we what to how to use off the problems of the Bronze Age came the I. NH and only and it's so much better than bronze for making tools making weapons making honors much harder you can get a much sharper blade on it it doesn't dull as as as quickly and we still live in the I. NH today one of the skyscrapers I walk past in San Francisco on walking through your hair they all have skeletons of wine but they'll steal constructions I was deeply nine H. today as the Romans one and a hundred eighty. and the curious thing about the sign is that virtually all of the all in the we have mind throughout human history. all comes back all the sands from a single moment and planet's history I'm planning a time when the entire planet earth rusted old the only in the be mine come from bandit I and formations layers of rust and and the strata. I mean what happens. right in the door one of us times is about two point five billion years ago this is all for a long time ago. is it the US originally had no auction and satisfied if you could jump in a time machine and travel back to an off the thing is you would need a space suit to walk around on our own planet there was no at auction and yet. and then it was a touch screen organisms cold cyanobacteria little blue green algae tiny microscopic organisms in the city the what to how to grow by the energy of sunlight to percent size and they re stocks Gen effectively is is is a pollution auctions the exhaust gas the first census an auction build something oceans and the atmosphere is on an atmosphere and rusted the entire planet and I and that was in sea water was oxidized I'm just dumped on the sea floor is fine right sentiment which will be mine today around the world two and a half billion years later to make call civilization. I guess is Louis start now and he's professor of science communication university Westminster author of origins how rich history shape human history and this is really a biography of the earth the less I should say but it's also since you mention skyscrapers a learned so many curious things in your book what I've seen about the the tallest skyscrapers really in the financial district in midtown Manhattan then you have. located that is having to do with what you call subterranean geology yeah the something for care see if you can imagine you minds I think the classic aerial view of of Manhattan and all get a hold on the on the ins and have a look at right now what what it seems this this radiation I noticed this two main clusters of high rise buildings in New York in Manhattan is this downtown on the south and then this mid town. and it turns out those two main clumps of skyscrapers all echoing mirroring what is happening beneath the ground because the whole region of the country around New York used to have a towering mountain range coverage about a billion years ago there's a mountain range which was nuking freshly crumpled up land tectonic continental collision and the and the ritual fusion of of North America I miss in time mountain range has been a road it and whether to weigh grain by grain into the time outs range is not dissipate no longer exists being rubbed off the face of the earth and all the remains of the deep roots of that mountain range very hard form of rock coach chest. I miss just underneath new Yorkers in this kind of paying structure it's near the surface in downtown near the surface in midtown at Dick's down deeper underground between the two so if you're trying to build some of the tallest buildings on the planet. you've got a really easy natural foundation for skyscrapers where.

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"university westminster" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"university westminster" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Routes the California there knows a professor of science communication at the university of Westminster and he joins us now here in studio to explain how the years past informs our futures new book is called origins how rich history shape human history welcome Lewis are known in my hiding but they have you with us in the lighted in fact well you what we are in our planet that's kind of one of the axioms you can take away from your work and now we're under threat and a particularly great threat with respect to climate change not an asteroid I learned from the rest of their lives and works of being cross that off the list of possible extinctions or apocalyptic extensions that are in our future may talk about that in the course of this state segment but we'll talk with you first about climate change in how the years history really particular since it was just the seven hours of discussion of climate change and CNN by the different democratic candidates we spent a good deal of time talking about it it's still not as high as it ought to be in many of our judgments in terms of American concerns from what we learned from the earth and its history in terms of where we're going in terms of climate change I think up C. right Mike witnessing an unprecedented period of. change to the decline of Antalya plants of global climate change is not just well getting a bit warmer and the sea levels rising it will be a worldwide destruction to weather systems and where the rain falls and flights in and weather outside and this is being driven by human activity if this is and which I think is is human caused climate change but what I start with the beginning of origins is I think many of us already aware of thought that humanity now has become so capable and powerful as a species we now are having this global effect and in the moment that sort of read speech detrimental effect. I'm all in one city with with a brokerage ins is as flip that on its head and could not the fact that we are having on our planet now the effects all planets as hard on us throughout our entire human story so from the very origins as a species in East Africa three thousands of years of history of civilization and the rise and fall of empires and the forging of the more than nations to the modern world of politics and the way people thought and if we're looking at the history of climate change specifically as you lost there's a particular person in US history about fifty five and a half million years ago that is the most similar natural event what we are causing right now and this is called the Paleocene Eocene thermal maximum the P. E. T. M. if you look at the kind of temperature graph of US history this is a huge spike in global temperatures that there's a fever of the planets fifty five and a half million years ago I'm by studying votes in the rock record well hopefully give us some kind of insight into what's happening now and how we can avert the worst possible disasters apocalyptic scenarios you himself can avert in what way specifically I mean what do we learn that can service now prophylactic Klay if you will my understanding how US systems interact with each other how old that must interact with the oceans the oceans that was contract with the the land masses how Kabin cycles around this this entire country system is by starting how about system has responds in the past we can understand how it's like you to respond in the future to all pushing out at all human driving notches of this global climate system we keep seeing this axiom the geology is our destiny I mean that to some extent it's not only the seemingly buffered in your book but also the idea. the geology or geography for that matter far outweigh even genetics in terms of human development but it's always a balance of several faxes of course it is and. what I explore is how the geology and the plum tree forces have helped Croft us as a species on a particular warts what was it about East Africa I've lost five or six meaning is but Croft aids humanity home assumptions I such an exquisitely versatile and adaptable and intelligent species of eight what what Savoy evil question with intelligence the on city. intelligence is is quite curious when you think about having a great big brain is a very expensive thing to try to maintain you have to eat lots of food to power your brain so even the origin of our intelligence as a species something is a Kerry Austin what was about East Africa that created that situation just about to ask you that the cradle of East Africa the rift valley why there and why particular whose you call a kind of a a worldwide original Silicon Valley. I I have come to the Silicon Valley in my book so for origins I'm the original Silicon Valley was this East African great rift valley attempts tectonic fracture tectonic crack in the crust of all planets I'm is there that humanity had its cradle that's what we grew up that's what we evolve as a species is what we developed the very beginnings of our technology and all to use in terms of stone tools stone age tools which based on some rocks so this was that the little little joke that'll play on words I've had in the book how the original Silicon Valley was there the very beginnings of stone tools in the great rift valley of East Africa to also write about the planetary processes that drove evolution of humanity talk about that yes the the great rift valley is is the cradle of humanity as I mentioned and it certainly is a force that my own child I grew up in Nairobi in Kenya I went to school cold the panda which Swahili from not hot topics the much hot school districts lately them. I I have a couple of phrases I remembered of the twenty years since since we left that left by right but the great rift valley is this long crack in the cross Estes Shoop enough crossed where we grow up. and what we think happens to drive a revolution with it was a combination of effects and and and and interaction between the landscaper funny we have a very draw a hot body full but then these mountainous ridges on either side which catch any rain for the two fold in this tri area and funnel it down into the valley floor we have a string of lights strung along like a string of polls on the necklace on the body full. and these lakes are incredibly sensitive even tiny fluctuations in the local clients not to rein in S.. and not to rein in S. in the tropics run the equator is determined by a cosmic cycles by the milling fix cycles to with its orbit around the sun and then the tilt of all products. two during periods of climactic and instability. these lakes when we were growing up with Flaca very rapidly in and out of existence and every time the **** out they would substantially change the amount of water was available not to vegetation lot of animals in the in the in the region around us that we could hunt. all intelligence was a evolution solution to very chaotic unpredictable unstable environment we have to evolve our brains to have to out think on varmint and it is the interaction of those plan tree forces of this tectonic crack in the cross the grow up in and these clothes make wobbles enough sold it so in this sense it was plate tectonics thirds Croft us is an intelligent species they take us back billions of years and really point out that our history we shape by these layers of iron railing. so I am of course it's been hugely important three three human history it is the metal we what to how to use off to problems of the Bronze Age came the I. NH and only and it's so much better than bronze for making tools making weapons making honors much heartache and get a much sharper blade on it it doesn't dull as as quickly and we still live in the I. NH today one of the skyscrapers I walk past in San Francisco on a walk in the studio here they all have skeletons of mine but the all steel construction I was deeply nine H. today as the Romans one and a hundred eighty. and the curious thing about the sign is that virtually all of the all in the we have mind throughout human history. all comes back all the signs from a single moment and I'll planet's history I'm planning a time when the entire planet earth rusted. the only enemy mine come from bandit I and formations layers of rust in the end the strata. I mean what happened. right in the door one of us times is about two point five billion years ago this is all for a long time ago. is it the US originally had no option and satisfied if you could jump in a time machine and travel back to and have been in years you would need a space suit to walk around on our own planet there is no at auction and yet. and then it was a catch groove organisms cold cyanobacteria little blue green algae tiny microscopic organisms in the city the what to how to grow by the energy of sunlight to percent size and they re stocks Gen effectively is is is a pollution auction is the exhaust gas the first census an auction built up emotions I mean it was phase I'm on the atmosphere and what state the entire planet and I and that was in sea water was oxidized I'm just dumped on the sea floor is fine right sentiment which will be mine today around the world two and a half billion years later to make call civilization. okay this is Louis start now and he's professor of science communication university Westminster author of origins how rich history shape human history and this is really a biography of the earth the less I should say but it's also to mention skyscrapers you learn so many curious things in your book what I've seen about the the tallest skyscrapers really in the financial district in midtown Manhattan then you have located that is having to do with what you call subterranean geology yeah the something for care see if you can imagine your mind's eye the card classic aerial view of of Manhattan and all get a call from the only eats and have a look at right now what what is since this this radiation I know justice to Maine clusters of high rise buildings in New York and how to this this downtown on the south and then this mid town. and it turns out those two main clumps of skyscrapers all echoing mirroring what is happening beneath the ground because the whole region of the country around New York you still have a towering mountain range coverage about a billion years ago there's a mountain range which was nuski freshly crumpled up by an tectonic continental collision and the and the ritual fusion of of North America I miss in time mountain range has been a road it and whether to weigh grain by grain into the claimants range is not dissipate no longer exists being rubbed off the face of the earth and all the remains of the deep roots of that mountain range very hard form of rock coach chest. I miss just underneath new Yorkers in this kind of paying structure it's near the surface in downtown near the surface in mid town and it gets down deeper underground between the two so if you're trying to build some of the tallest buildings on the planet. you've got a really easy natural foundation for skyscrapers why this shift Disney of.

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"university westminster" Discussed on Breaking Character

Breaking Character

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"university westminster" Discussed on Breaking Character

"Charles. Michigan. So so like families stalled across all, so, you know, feel friends and family for them for them. And and yeah. I say. Possibly gig inspire people, you know, don't necessarily know. Like the spending time in this day. Maybe. So it's such a possibility. You know, I mean for me growing up, and I grew up in north Manchester. And when I am on the in life. I'm now is because I had of feature within our tiny town and she your head and usable. You know after school them at high school, and then we also like to prevent with all. And you know. Mentor in me and concentrated junior year the possibility for college, which I had never thought. Engineer from math and she yesterday. I. Kinda opened my eyes to new future, you know, and one day, obviously was really interested in and say if if if from can be contributing that teams. Giving that awareness impossibility to people in these smaller towns these kids, you know, might not have the inspiration to see from like this. That's really cool once again, the national touring production of jersey boys presents a one time only performance seven pm Thursday may sixteen at the middle center Lake Michigan college eleven hundred your haven't been harbor tickets ranged from forty seven ninety five dollars or very close to selling out to buy those last few seats. Visit V Mendel center dot com. Call the mental center box office at nine to seventy seven hundred option one we're stopped by weekday between ten and six. The artists. Caroline, Pampaloni alone. A robbers his installations of multiple screenings of newly developed dance performances in body movements is on display in the Chrysler art center's art lab presents a live dance performance at both to into thirty PM Saturday at the crash L seventy seven lake Boulevard Saint Joseph now Carolina's. She's a member of the wellspring. Corey Terry in dancers who has performed for. Oh, just a little band called coal play never Omni world Caribbean. 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Now, Paul I know that you've been making some casting announcements recently for the go sleds inaugural season. Do you do you want to? Let us know who on the first Nick announced will we'll do the first show. We'll about the summer when things we've got most of the shows mostly cast, but the first show were already under hersal for the rob around musical the opens are season June thirteenth, the numbers of Madison County and first off I want to announce that we have six paid barely paid interns. That are coming to us this summer in with an LLC partnership. I think I can announce that now they'll be staying in the dorms Lake Michigan college and leading back and forth to the ghost light and those interns. We have one local kid who's a local boy done. Good, my stage manager interns as management production design honchos Vig from saga talk. He's finished first year LLC, he's one of the six and the other five four of them are singer performers girl named Fafa Schaffer from Issaquah Washington state, who's at rider university Westminster choir college in New Jersey, Carina cancer, who's actually from elmhurst, Illinois. But she goes to NYU Tisch. Zachary Myers, tenor from Arkadelphia, Arkansas and base Bertone from Rockwell Rockwall, Texas and Mike Brooks, and then in addition to those four performers soprano tenor and bass baritone, we have another production design scenic design props design, custom design intern for Melbourne Florida named prince raise so six interns are going to be on-site every day all day indentured servants and all that work in the theater and being in the shows out of the shows working backstage. It's a small sampling of what a bigger young artists summer stock program. Could look like yeah. But it's a start, and they're they're here. All summer all summer. It's awesome for them arrived tomorrow or whatever today is that. You're listening to this day more right next week. And couldn't be happier to have them fill out her shows. So now you hear some of the same names in our first cast of bridges of Madison County that runs June thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and second weekend of June twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three. All tickets are available immediately right now. Go at goes like go slight be h for Benton harbor dot com. Ghost light be h dot com. Get your tickets today. Tickets limited on the eighty five seats per show, eight o'clock Monday sorry, Thursday, Friday and

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"university westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Robart coming up, Mark, Zuckerberg Facebook's doing more to protect its users Friday is already here for big retail. That story's coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks your money. Authorities are allowing more residents return is the Wolsey fire is close to being fully contained those stories coming up at the next fifteen minutes. I it's twelve forty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five. Cheers, many check. Oh, let's begin enrolling high sixty west before Nogales a car fire along the right shoulder. Emergency crews on the scene, and I do see a slight backup to Fairview. San Dimas to ten west connected to the fifty seven south stalled vehicle over to the right shoulder. Stephanie slow as you approach and drive right through the transition Irvine CHP just issued a Sigler on the four or five north at Culver. It's another car fire and the vehicle blocking the carpool lane the growing backup right now to university Westminster four or five south before beach boulevard, a stalled car stuck in the second lane from the right, and you are on and off the brakes at golden west. If you're heading into downtown one ten north past Adams. A stalled vehicle. Stuck along the center divider, you're on and off the brakes at Florence also on the one ten south fourth street off ramp is closed for film crews and the backup is to the one. Oh, one your drive out of atwater village. Five south connected to the two south stalled car blocking the transition. It's adding to a slow drive on that five south from Las Vegas boulevard to the one ten Hollywood one one south before Highland the three-car crash both over to the right shoulder. The actual slowing on the Highland avenue off ramp up ahead at stay slow on the one and one south from Santa Monica boulevard to Glendale. Our next report twelve fifty five I'm Manny Pacheco was more traffic parts..

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