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Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

"Austrian chancellor Alexander Schellenberg says the country will go into a national looked down to contain or fourth wave of coronavirus cases Schomberg says the lockdown will start on Monday an initially lost the ten days students will have to go back into home schooling restaurants will close and cultural events cancelled public broadcaster R. F. reports it's starting on February one the country will also make vaccinations mandatory according to a R. F. chancellor Schellenberg says we do not want a fifth wave I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

"German chancellor angle Americal is calling on all citizens to get vaccines to avoid contracting the virus during the winter months Merkel's encouraging all those unvaccinated to get their shots as quickly as possible as the country's cases had a string of new highs Merkel also called and those were vaccinated already to get the corona virus booster shot calling it a real chance to break the severe fall and winter wave of the pandemic the chancellor plans to meet with the country's sixteen state governors to coordinate nationwide measures next week and parliament is proposing legislation on a new legal framework for restrictions over the winter I'm Naomi Shannon

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Kurz to quit as Austrian chancellor amid corruption probe

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Kurz to quit as Austrian chancellor amid corruption probe

"Austrian prime minister Sebastian Kurz has announced that he will step down amid supplications of corruption speaking at a news conference cuts announced that he has proposed to Austria's president the foreign minister Alexander Sonnenberg become chancellor what we need now is stable condition so in order to resolve the stalemate I want to make way to prevent chaos and the social stability the move comes as he attempts to defuse the government crisis triggered by the prosecutor's announcement that he is the target of a corruption investigation S. and his associates are accused of using public money to pay for positive reports in the media as well as manipulating polls in order to secure his rise to the leadership of his party in the country however because he said he will become the head of his conservative Austrian people's party's parliamentary group remaining in a key position in the front line I'm Karen Thomas

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Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

"So here's this the the head of the labor party in the uk a sir. Nevertheless non the sur not nevertheless in sir moreover we go for kier storm denied that it was correct to saying only women have services. It's something that shouldn't be said. It is not right. Conservative health secretary sajid javid called the opposition leader's remarks a total denial of scientific fact adding and he wants to run the nhs. The national health service. A monday labour's shadow chancellor. Let me explain. What shadow is in the parliamentary government's. That's the person who would be in that position. If that party came to power so the shadow chancellor is rachel reeves struggle to answer whether it was transphobic to say that only women have services. This is a woman responding to the question from. Lbc what's obesity. You know something broadcast inc. So what's the l for london. Lucy reeves initially evaded the question before responding rather flustered when preston game is it transphobic. Look i just. I don't know even how to start answering these questions. I don't find them helpful. The the the woman would be chancellor of the uk doesn't know how to answer the question. The only women have services.

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New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | 2 months ago

New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University

"Taliban and close kabul university to women. This is not surprising yesterday. Hung four people from cranes. That's not surprising what we see happening out of there. We'll continue to get worse and more roll out over the days and weeks and months ahead my question is. Are you still in touch with some of the pineapple express people. There are lot of that trend's who are working to get a lot of people out of afghanistan. They're calling every chit around town. That i know of everyone is getting asked by these people to help. And everyone's trying to help assume you're getting those calls to how. Why do you think it is for the vets to be there working sub rosa to get people out. Oh i think it's additive and we've got to at it and let's face it. Nobody is going to be more passionate about getting at risk. Afghans than the americans who worked alongside those afghans. And you know. We often use shorthand interpreter. But it's it's vast number of people hundred thousand plus maybe two hundred thousand when you add in them and their families who were interpreters logisticians frontline soldiers commandos helicopter pilots. I it's the entire gamut of afghans who stood with us and we have a deep moral obligation to get them out and yes I know dozens of veterans. Who are bombed in this It some are more successful than others. there are a wide variety of ways in which they're trying to help these people and I think it'll be additive to what the us government needs to be doing which i assume is being directed largely by the cia at this point. Because i don't see the department of defense Publicly visibly going after this. I think that To conclude. I think that lloyd austin and mark milley will be asked about that in public testimony. Today what are you doing to get people out of death. Ghanistan

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Germany embarks on tricky search for post-Merkel government

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Germany embarks on tricky search for post-Merkel government

"Germany is embarking on a potentially lengthy search for its next government off to the center left social Democrats narrowly beat outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc leaders of the parties in the newly elected parliament the meeting to digest the result the soul Merkel's union bloc slumped to its worst ever result in a national election what is clear however is that this vote failed to set a clear direction for yours biggest economy under a new leader however the social Democrats left Schultz says voters have spoken very clearly by strengthening the three parties his the greens and the free Democrats shields adds this is the visible mandate the citizens of Germany have given these three parties he says should lead the next government I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election

"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.

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Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

"Latest exit polls in Germany's election not showing a tight race between Germany's center left social Democrats and outgoing German chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc according to projections Michael center right bloc is heading towards its worst ever result in the country's parliamentary election one projection by public television said D. F. puts the social Democrats headed by outgoing vice chancellor or not Schultz in the lead at twenty five point six percent of the votes the same poll puts Merkel's union bloc led by state governor Amanat **** training behind it twenty four point four percent given the exit poll predictions putting together the next coalition government for Europe's biggest economy could be a lengthy and complicated process I'm Karen Thomas

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Closely fought German election ushers in post-Merkel era

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Closely fought German election ushers in post-Merkel era

"Germans have been heading to the polls in an election that will see who succeeds outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel polls point to a close race between state governor Armin Laschet from a call center right party and vice chancellor of enough Schultz from the center left social Democrats recent surveys show the social Democrats Montagna heads post put the Green Party headed by candidate and then in a bad book several points behind in third place according to polls no one polity is expected to win with an outright majority meaning a coalition is expected during the months of expected happening between the parties to form a coalition Merkel will remain as caretaker chancellor I'm Karen Thomas

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Feds to Indict Ex-Boeing Test Pilot Over 737 Max Crashes

WSJ What's News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Feds to Indict Ex-Boeing Test Pilot Over 737 Max Crashes

"Federal prosecutors plan criminally charged a former boeing pilot. They suspect of misleading aviation regulators. About safety issues blamed for two fatal crashes of the seven three seven. Max this is according to people familiar with the matter who add that mark faulkner is likely to face prosecution in the coming weeks. He was boeing. Seven three seven max. Chief technical pilot during the aircraft's development and attorney for foreigner didn't respond to our requests for comment a justice department spokesman and boeing declined to comment. We have much more on this. On wsj.com

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Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

"Let's talk about what's happening in dc. Today we had after that to that angry announcement yesterday that you will get actually needed biden with his wife went to school in. Dc to talk about vaccinations and then and then this video. This incredible video from c. span was broadcast. Play the cuts of the wandering old man and secretary dona and mayor bowser and chancellor farabi you know. Thank you for joining us as well and for families across the country. You know the school year. Gosh it always brings this sort of mix of the motions for all of us all at once. We feel the anticipation of new classmates and teachers. You know the relief of not having a here a just disappear just one does office. His wife is talking. Somebody said come and get your eyes screen. Where's it coli. And and i've been asking this larger question for a long time. Dr jill biden right. She's having her husband. Go out there and put on this charade. It is obvious to anybody who's even a quarter logical to. This man does not have as faculties about him. Why are they doing. This shouldn't she. Shouldn't you care about them to a point of saying you know what this is enough. Is it because everybody hates kamala. Her so much that can't even fathom giving her the oval office. Maybe she and we talked about this before. Maybe kamala harris job security for joe biden but this is a sad state and you know it's one thing to laugh but you know who's not laughing and rubbing their palms together it's china it's iran russia right. They're excited this is great for them. They go from having a powerhouse. And president trump who stands for america who american greatness america. First to this weakling. And joe biden. This is great for our enemies is great for adversaries. Terrible for american

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Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony

"One of the more visible participants in the January six mob that stormed the U. S. capitol has pleaded guilty to a felony you may remember Jacob chancellor he was the much photographed shirtless man wearing face paint and a furry hats with horns he was among the first riders to stream into the capital growing up the crowd with a bull horn the Arizona man calls himself a Q. anon Shaiman though his attorney says he since repudiated the movement he was seen in the Senate chamber with a flag pole topped with a spear profanely referring to then vice president Mike pence as a traitor he was arrested nearly eight months ago and has been jailed ever since he entered his guilty plea after being found by a judge to be mentally competent prosecutors say sentencing guidelines suggest forty one to fifty one months in prison changelly is among roughly six hundred charged in the riot fifty others have pleaded guilty mostly to misdemeanors only one to a felony I'm Ben Thomas

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Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue

"In this BBC report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the relationship between the two countries. Continues to suffer from ongoing tensions. Last pre pandemic meeting in Moscow Chancellor Merkel and President Putin talked for more than three hours. Some topics haven't changed. Will disagree about Russian backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and find common ground on North Stream two. They're incomplete. Undersea gas pipeline, which Germany's allies opposed to new issues have emerged. Afghanistan and Belarus, which has been pushing Middle Eastern migrants into the European Union in retaliation for sanctions. All this on the anniversary of the nerve agent attack on the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. He was treated in Germany. Moscow is still trying to

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Health Official: 20,000 Mississippi Students in Quarantine

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Health Official: 20,000 Mississippi Students in Quarantine

"The state epidemiologist in Mississippi says about twenty thousand students there are currently quarantined for corona virus exposure that is four point five percent of the public school population in Mississippi we are in trouble Dr Lewin Woodward vice chancellor for health affairs at the university of Mississippi Medical Center says this is preventable in order for October and November to look different than August looks and the way that September will look we have to do something and what that is is we have to get back to native state health officer Dr Thomas Dobbs says the delta variant is different we're seeing a lot of people and I see you twenties thirties forties and said ASEAN women bury their parents are seeing women bury their children a second parking garage field hospital has been set up at the university of Mississippi Medical Center I'm at Donahue

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Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

Woman's Hour

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

"Government is urging people to return to the office. What impact is that going to have particularly on women. Many of whom have been working from home for over a year. We've had such a huge reaction from our listeners that we wanted to hear more. Boris johnson's called for a gradual return over the summer. The chancellor and some business leaders are calling for people to taper off homeworking for the sake of their prospects the economy and their wellbeing but research for the bbc art today shows that in an increasing number of jobs are being advertised with the option of working from home where we're gonna hear directly from listeners with a range of us and experiences all on all of this but i i'm joined by wendy hallett at wendy was a senior manager retail group arcadia and she oversaw top shop on street in london are on twenty years ago they. She founded her own retail company to create a flexible working environment for herself. When her children were young and nice she advocates this for her entire staff. Wendy welcome went very invited me on wendy earlier this week. We heard this suggestion. That civil servants should get their pay docked if they continue to work from home and the times newspaper has the story today. That tech companies. Google is planning something similar. I wonder if you think a financial penalty is the way to get employees back to the workplace and indeed if they need to be going back to the workplace at all. I definitely don't think that Starting off with looking at financial penalties to get back in the office is the right way to go. I think the fact that that has been so much more working from home so much. More flexibility for men and for women. It's not just a female Issue gives us a huge opportunity to look at how we do work so i think to come coming on a negative which he shall we pay is totally wrong and i do think that we should be looking at flexibility. I wouldn't advocate everybody working from home every single day but i think there should be now a flexible approach. This is a huge opportunity to narrow. I think the pay gap of anti changes the way we look at working going forward.

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Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

Here & Now

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

"Chancellor Angela Merkel has been facing tough questions while touring damage from those devastating floods last week that killed at least 196 people. Germans are asking why their country famous for engineering and its leading role in climate change, negotiations could be caught so tragically off guard by the kind of extreme weather that climate scientists have predicted. For years. The past few weeks have also seen a blistering heat wave in the American West and above normal hurricane season is predicted. And the kind of extreme weather events that climate change will make more likely and more severe, are said to be coming. Fredricka Otto is associate director of the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University in the UK Freddy. Welcome. Thank you very much. Yeah, and start with the flooding. We know that rising temperatures caused by the greenhouse effect of gas emissions means we're living kind of inside a greenhouse, which is holding onto moisture, which then? Rains down on us Now we can never attribute a specific weather event to climate change directly. There are other factors always but these downpours in Germany behind this flooding We're hearing that the rainfall was being called unimaginable volumes of rain more than 18. Gallons of water could pour down. On an area within just a few hours. You know, when you hear this kind of number, that kind of water coming down is that something? That you who studies these, You know, severe weather. Did that click like Oh, yeah, that's that's what we're going to be seeing. It's one of the very well known aspects of climate change that we see more extreme rainfall and also more extreme rainfall coming down in a shorter time. And we know from tropical countries which are hotter about There is a lot more rain coming down in a short amount of time. And when we have higher temperatures in more mid latitudes, we also see This kind of rainfall,

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Why 'Black Economic Empowerment' Is Failing South Africa

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Why 'Black Economic Empowerment' Is Failing South Africa

"The triple double e. Which is a racist institution. South africa is a government agency. That repli- relies openly and explicitly on injecting racial preferences throughout the economy and again i'm reading from revolver dot news companies who receive a triple double e. scorecard based on hiring black workers elevating black management and giving black south africans. A share of ownership companies with a high score are given favorable tax treatment. Corporate actors are strongly incentivized to give contracts to high scores as well. So what are the results. Then what happens when you start. Organizing society based on black preference remember the rolling blackouts that you've seen in south africa eskom in particular which is called. They are south africa's public electric utility company. They're one of the most intense adapters of this idea. Gwen nuggety ah nigga one. Ni- described the outcome of this approach. Where she said why eskom in trouble because high operating costs and it cannot meet its obligations. Why what's ambitious program to build too big power stations as incurred substantial cost-overruns and technical faults. Why in part was flawed from the beginning with a small bidding pool meaning was not likely it was likely not cost competitive from the start why there was political meddling why chancellor house why contractors needed a half black partner in order to secure contracts. Why the be in order to do business south africa you must win over the anti racist division of the government.

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Dozens Dead in Germany and Surrounding Nations After Heavy Rains

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Dozens Dead in Germany and Surrounding Nations After Heavy Rains

"Least 117 people have died after severe floods devastated parts of western Germany and Belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of Germany. That also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks Germany's largest mass loss of life in years as me Nicholson reports from Berlin. Climate change has arrived in Germany. These are the words of federal environment Minister Svenja Schulze sent in a tweet in response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops. Firefighters in the states of Rhineland Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia say the situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down. South of Cologne. Police officer Patrick Right. ALS told public broadcaster A R D that the rescue services are struggling to keep up. Uh, the current of the water running past. The elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out. But that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trail was evacuated on Thursday, including a hospital and its patients, some of whom were just out of surgery. And some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine region of our violet, where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of flood water. In the town of Schultz, houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for. Expressing distress at the news, Chancellor Angela Merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture what has happened. Referring to it instead as a catastrophe, he told the Indians are catastrophe and even follow on hub. I'm grieving for those who lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death toll yet, but it's going to be high. Some died in their basements, some as firefighters trying to bring others to safety, and my deepest sympathy goes out to their

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"By the. Are you being the the the only covid secure university but actually you do have a compass and people work there and students study at it. So i'll be really really fascinated to know what your plans offer january and the year. Yeah we are in a different place. No sorts of ways compared to the rest of the sector which i think actually has been doing an amazing job but yes we we have a real campus milk gains and we've got sites in manchester and nottingham as well. Of course our nation offices in cardiff belfast and edinburgh very much a four nations university and always having to work with the different policies of the four governments. So we tend to adopt an approach at the moment of going with the <hes>. <hes> most safe vicious and guidance of one of the four jurisdictions in terms of what we do across the four nations so just one example of the many ways we have to work as very much a four nations university in everything we do even more normal times so that's added an extra complication for us in terms of what guidance and what measures do we actually follow as one university across jurisdictions. But we've had our challenges in the first lock down. We had to move nearly four thousand stuff off our campus about four thousand of our staff. The ucla were already hung based so we've got a lot of understanding how homebase works. But we have to adopt. And we're still having to adopt. We research students and researchers on campus. Where that research is essential in terms of lab provision. We're not going to have to manage these huge population movements though of students going home coming back to campus which very much reflects the <hes>. The unusual situation in the uk of how dominant the residential sector is in higher education with these huge mass migrations of young people <hes>. Beginning and end of term. So yeah what we have to do is is different. But like every university in the sector putting the wellbeing and health of our staff and students <hes>. First and that is how we are working <hes>. But i wish the secto with managing the scale of these population movements over the coming weeks and months

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Just take a look? But we can take a look at the building but from a distance because there's still good enough just approaching the building from this side, Vice chancellor. It's a very It's an incredible sight. It is Charge. It used to be the pride of the university. But looking at it now I see Toto suddenness. This is an icon of higher education, not just for your going to bat for the whole of the standard sent off Reginald Africa and some of the most famous former students who, if you talk of politicians are talking off people like former president From the president of Uganda, But you're talking on President Kenya on then you're talking over right out to take you all here. In the early sixties for seminars under the fifties or the history of mockery. He's associated with this beauty. We lost a lot of equipment. We lost more than I think it is coming at 1.5 billion Schillings, water equipment that was lost computers, candles under those kinds of things. Sunday. Some of the very historical documents when will you start rebuilding? This is a government incision. Andi. We are preparing our former report to government to say what happened to rebuild the preliminary assessment by the engineers working his 16 million Shillings, which is about $5 million. That's a lot of money. Yes, that's a lot of money. Do you have it? We do not have this money as a university. But we would like toe believed that the government will come on the 100. This as a national asset with the government does not do is different. We are going to appeal to our more than 300,000 leaving who are everywhere around the world, vitamin of them in the very well paying jobs or in very good positions. So we are going to appeal to them. I have no doubt that we will raise the money to rebuild this building. One wonders with Barnabus, now angry. The vice chancellor of Marquis University directly spoke to a very tall former alumni that he had standing in front of him Our very own Alan Cassidy, who is also one of those who went to material. Yeah, I was gonna say missed him off their list of famous former students didn't hear. Thanks. Good to hear Alan there in Uganda. You're listening to Newsday from the BBC with Bala Massaro on DH Ben James Couple of headlines from our newsroom At the moment. Donald Trump and Joe Biden have challenged each other's integrity and recording office in the final debate before November's presidential election. And President Maduro. Venezuela says comments by Pope Francis have prompted him to ask parliament to discuss allowing civil unions for same sex couples..

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil kfbk afternoon news on news 93.1 now trending well, the sheriff of Los Angeles County, updating the media today on the two deputy shot in the line of duty, he says they're still being watched closely at the hospital and their path to recovery. Is a long one. He also said investigators are making progress as they do probe that shooting crew is getting a little help from Mother Nature in the wildfire crisis here along the West Coast, lighter winds in parts of California and Oregon. The intense smoke, believe it or not, has reached the East Coast but is said not behind off to create a health danger. Well. This Saturday marks the sixth month anniversary of the state shelter in place Public Health Order issued on March, 19th U. C. Davis Health CEO and Vice Chancellor, Dr David Lubarsky wrote an article called Staying at Home for six months. Time to rethink Our response Here is part of my conversation with him. You know, we're at a very critical juncture here in the United States. We really cannot afford to keep our economy shut down for a prolonged period of time, especially as we enter The new fruit season. The same time we cannot abandon those who are sick or elderly or otherwise, at risk to a very high risk of mortality from Cove in 19, even if Younger people healthier people are unlikely to die from it. It's spread into populations that are rescue her are really dramatic, and as the numbers show They're predicting upwards of 400,000 deaths in a recent models by January. We'll never get to zero cases. So I asked at what level do we consider things acceptable? Every disease has a risk to it. Every activity that we do has a risk to it. Upwards of 40,000. People die each year from car accidents. We don't stop driving. We know that we could probably cut that down. Dramatically if we just lowered the speed limit, 15 miles an hour everywhere. We don't do that, either. What we do is we carefully balanced the risks and benefits to society. And allow people to drive. But you know what? Where they're busy intersections. We mandate that people stop at red lights and in residential communities. We put stop signs and speed bumps, and we force people to slow down a little bit so that society continue to operate. And be productive and be safe. Okay. So give us the practical application of that analogy to where we are with Cove in 19. What should we be doing right now? Well, I think first and foremost we need to do with the scientific experts have been telling us to do since the first moment, this disease they realized number one that wearing masks. Is the single most effective thing that we can do to stop the spread of the disease that has been shown in numerous other countries and numerous other societies. And they have fared much better than we have. We have been at war with ourselves. Around. The simplest thing to do is if it is a personal liberty to simply run red lights. It's not We need to do what I say for our community. No, doctor, Some say we'll never see a return to normalcy without an effective vaccine. Do you agree? No, I don't agree. And I'm not convinced that we're gonna have an effective vaccine yet. I think we'll be many candidates. But just the simple process of manufacturing Clinton's millions of doses from this country alone and distributing it and and then injecting it as the case may be docking task. It's not gonna happen overnight, and it's not just that they're successful vaccine Getting it out to everybody is going to be problematic. So you're gonna have to focus the vaccine. Where it will matter the most turkeys of tamping down the least threat of disease. All right. And again, that is UC Davis Health CEO and Vice Chancellor, Dr David Lubarsky. You can hear the whole interview also read his article at kpk dot com. The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil One.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on AP News

"The border regions for the sprawling university of California system has named the new president will be taking over no later than mid August Dr Michael Drake has been named to replace Janet Uppala Tano he'll become the first black president at the university of California the seasoned administrator will be overseeing it 280000 students system that have life upended because of the corona virus pandemic and has been dealing with issues including accessibility for minorities and slashed budgets drink as a medical degree from UC San Francisco served as vice chancellor for health affairs for the UC system and ran the university of California Irvine for 9 years he retired last month as the head of the Ohio State University Drake told the UC board of regents he's excited and ready to address challenges including the pandemic the threat of climate change and social injustice I'm Jennifer king

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs at Vanderbilt and the school's athletic director she's Vanderbilt's first female athletic director and the first African American woman to head an SEC athletics program we have been serving as interim athletic director since February Tom Brady's journey to each of his nine super bowls with the pats will be the subject of an ESPN series titled the man in the arena Tom Brady set for release next year the nine episode series will include a look at Brady's perspective on the six titles and three defeats the Superbowl he was a part of Alabama coach Nick Sabin scolded the Crimson Tide mascot big al for not wearing a mask and not maintaining proper social distancing is part of a public service announcement released today by Alabama football probably because they want to make sure everyone knows Alabama's gonna do all the right things when it comes to a return to sport we just talked to Paul Levin about what would happen if college football didn't return them to the tune of four billion dollars a lot to parse when it comes to the return of college sports what it means for a school to welcome back athletes and how they then must return to to welcome back students as well since the athletes are supposed to be student athletes up perhaps even more questions at the collegiate level because of the inability to have quite the same bubble because lack of payment there's enough problems at the professional level when players are being promised a pretty sizeable sum of money to put themselves at risk how so do you then convince collegiate athletes to do so without any of that money especially when we're hearing that some MLB stars for instance might be better suited sitting out the example of Mookie Betts is one that I immediately had had me really reeling the Jordan because the superstar who has been traded to the Dodgers before this season was set to play just one year in LA and then be available in free agency to sign a massive deal so you think they M. V. P. former MVP set to make massive box in a long term deal wouldn't wouldn't you don't consider risking illness risking injury risking something that could affect his ability to play long term for far less money in a shortened season on a team for which you may not be playing in the future there's really very little incentive there other than if he was you know struggling for cash and needed to make whatever he could which I sincerely doubt base somebody's already make true and this just goes back to how he discusses his decision if he says I don't feel comfortable returning much like anybody with any job people would understand that not argue now is he came out this being bookie bets and said look the money is not good enough for me to return the money I stand to make down the road no I'm not going to play the that's also known as the Blake Snell approach as he was very different situation but it's not going this is why this is why it's different because of the crux of it it's the same thing what if people know what you just said you just said this is why it's different because of the crux of the same thing I know I'm still yeah because that's what they it's not different because at the crux the reaction will be the same it will be for Mookie Betts that's the point I think that people would hear that and say yeah that makes sense because I don't know the people would necessarily even think if you got a full salary that it would be worth Mookie Betts a full salary risking losing out on the lawyer treasure you seek is in a contract yeah so if he's under contract under contract not to play in a pandemic those under or that he believed would be one way now not to play that sport while at risk I don't know if people would even argue that at full salary he should play knowing that he has this long term deal in fact come all about how that message is delivered if the message is delivered with him saying yes in the face of a pandemic I don't feel comfortable absolutely people going understand but he makes it about a money thing we still stands to make millions of dollars this year people are going to perceive it a certain way like they are with all these athletes as it pertains to return he will be thrown in that same bucket logic will get thrown out that door does he have a legitimate gripe there yes but if he makes it about the money it's the same thing people aren't going to want to hear yes I think it'll be any different I think there are certain people that you're absolutely right and they're the same people that didn't think the players should ever have any say about anything because they're rich in regular time yes I think that is not a majority I think there is a big difference and people who will take even a moment to hear the difference between Blake's now and the guy who is on the cusp of signing a long term deal who would be playing for a shortened season at very big risk I think people would react to that differently there's a handful of players that I think are in that very specific situation now if you're just talking Bryce Harper or known on earth you know maybe not knowing or not because we know he wants to be on the move as well but let's say you know Bryce Harper Manny Machado or some big you know big big big paycheck guys we've already made enough money and they set out then you're right they will absolutely get raked over the coals for making it about money or for admitting that it's about money for me I think the reason Mookie Betts in a situation stood out is because it is much more of a risk than even other players because it's a health risk and it's about missing out on what is an almost guaranteed massive deal coming up those other guys have already made those deals are getting that guaranteed money I'm so it's worth noting that there are players in the MLB that may consider this not worth returning and then what does baseball do how do you move forward if there are certain teams whose very best players are not even involved in the case of the NBA it's pretty different Jordan you can absolutely finish out the playoffs and be missing some of the worst teams in the league and I don't know that people would care much you know you could have the warriors beat a team that you know this kind of says we're done and Steve Kerr's basically already set that right it's that we kind of are treating it like the off season or early within weeks ago now is that fear maybe not maybe if your team that's in the top eight you're set for the play after looking at the other team saying well that's not fair that they don't have to make this difficult decision to return or not but I do think the NBA would be able to return finish out the season with the teams that are in post season or close right anyone that's within the realm of a couple games and not have it be a big effect I think we've got some Stephen a Smith found out because he seemed to have an opinion about you know whether or not it would really matter especially based on the time of year that's I'm not sure about that part of it here's what's Stephen a Smith said if we're talking truly about safety then why would we have on necessary individuals involved in the process there are twelve at least twelve teams that have no business even being thought about this time a year in a bid home anyway I mean we want to go role they would be able to be home we are now in the made it would have been all watch it anyway we don't miss them okay well and when we get to July everyone would have been home casting the theme that one Roche the idea that like the entire season moved on regularly except for the ones that would be computer that doesn't make sense to me but I think I agree with him that if you know sort of in for all intents and purposes when it comes to you know what matters those teams had already been out of it then there's no need to insert them back in particularly if there's some major risk to any of those specific players now if there's a major risk we should be playing anyway nobody should be playing right if we're really concerned that none of these teams should be into it but if if it was easier to get done and if it was just a focus on the ones that were competing I wouldn't be totally against that if this is not going to cost too much of a an additional financial blow I mean it it one point you got to look at this and say all it does is at risk by having a nineteen forty six Cleveland Cavaliers team be a part of this bubble or if you want to add I mean you can go down the list a gold state fifteen fifty team a Minnesota nineteen forty five that's just added more bodies to a bubble and then you're juggling even more personnel that you don't need to have if the approach is going to be willing to play a few more games leading into a postseason did do you need those great teleport are those games now that's a numbers crunch but if you're looking out and saying that number is not worth the risk of having more bodies down there then I said to heck with those teams they're on their way out anyway if the games there's just no room for it right now if the dollar signs can't won't be to compromise there I think it makes complete sense and it has to be something flirted with to not have these bottom feeders go down to be a part of the bubble if it's presumed to go where we think it might doubt Orlando it is a well water sports complex it's raining company Sir Spain Jordan Cornette on ESPN radio yeah I mean I think there's obviously no need to add them if the goal for the end of the season is to crown a champion but they have been saying they would prefer what would amount to a seventy game season yes I don't know if that's to clean up those last couple playoff spots I don't know if that's to make a certain amount of money in television if I recall correctly Adrian Wooldridge it'll say yesterday if you got just certain number and I believe seventy games was that number that's when you hit most of what the TV regional deals would need in order to get most of the full amount that you're owed so that could be part of it and as we keep saying money is the ultimate driver here and so you may offer this up as the championship is the reason but the championship is the reason because the money that you get for having a champion which tends to be related to that TV stuff so maybe maybe it's a moot point in the end or maybe it's less about safety and more about we need all these teams to come back to hit this number yeah and that then that'll be a question it we're just not privy to right now but yeah I guess the biggest thing to take away from it is a lot is still on the table and again we're watching a very patient and be a commissioner and also players associate a players union that is sifting through all these things are being rather mom about you know what where it's really headed to because we've heard some things but somethings are still very clearly on the table so it's not outlandish here any of these ideas and think that they're being floated it could potentially be what.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's a strata, and that was a stray in prime minister Scott Morrison, now, Austria has called a snap election off to challenge less Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner. This has leaked video showed the right wing vice-chancellor, offering government contracts in exchange for campaign funds in response to the Freedom Party unfit to govern. My goal is a very simple one. I would like to work for our beautiful country using my political approach following markers in also with the support of the majority of the population, but without any individual cases, incidents or scandals and e election campaigning ramped up this weekend as voting kicks off later this week. Bloomberg's John Allen reports for I'm gonna European voters face a choice between liberal values and destructive nationalism in Zagreb on Saturday came out after entities, Matto Savini hosted a rally of twelve national. Parties from across Europe. He denounced Meccan and France. His imminent, Michael as the which have occupied Europe in the name of finance in inroad. Don't flame? Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air net tilk on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg, Matt meta Jonah. Thanks very much for that. Now Colin Besley has your European sports report, Colin kill monarch to Europa league football next season ended the premise campaign. Third in the table. Thanks to a to a win to ranges speculation manager, Steve club.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Status. Scientists that was his school environment continuing to night on an increase Aldo's MacOS want to roll over. All right. That was man is cranny. Speaking with the Nigerian oil minister, let's get Nick Sandra Kilhof. He's the nicest. Good morning, Carolina. Australia's cool day snap. Election off the champs last Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner this as a leaked video showed the right-wing vice-chancellor, offering government contracts and exchange for campaign funds, but with campaigning already underway, hunts fish stock has raised questions about the timing of video shortly before EU elections. President Trump has won't Iran not to threaten the US tweeting that if it wants to pick a fight, it will spell, the official end of Iran tensions are mounting between Washington and Tehran as a US navy conducted battlegroup exercises in the Arabian Sea. A senior military commander in Tehran says Iran is not looking for war, but isn't a frayed of confrontation. Meanwhile, exit polls in India suggests prime minister Narendra Modi's heading for victory. And his BJP party may even win an outright majority survey say his alliance may take as many as three hundred fifty seats while I read the two hundred seventy two seat majority level side, exit polls in India have a reputation for being wildly inaccurate global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra, coming up on daybreak. Gibbs, Sylvia on July ham is fun. Senior economists will be joining us here in the London.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"TV. Another Royal wedding Saturday. Saint George's chapel. This time a cousin to Queen Elizabeth made to governor winces marriage to Thomas Kingston, Martha third world wedding at the fifteenth century venue in less than a year after the nuptial of the Duke, and duchess of Sussex, lost may, and Princess, gene. And Jack Brooks Spang in October Prince Harry left at home with newborn son. Archie and a arrived with his uncle, and aunt Prince Edward, and Princess on the bride's gone was designed believes the car while the monarch were pink a line coat and the lilac and pink silk dress Stewart Parvin, the brightest daughter prince and Princess, Michael of Kent Syria. Shaklee London, ashram chancellor Sebastian Kurz, is calling for an early election after his vice-chancellor resigned over a covertly shut video show, some apparently promising government contracts to perspective Russian investor. Kurt says he wants elections quote, as soon as possible. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Dr Charles Snyder, joins us again this weekend to provide the latest on an aspirin controversy. Casper news, very common epidemiologists observe that people who took aspirin for pain, fever, or throws had fewer heart attacks and strokes. Unfortunately, the way aspirin prevents cardiovascular events is interference with blood coagulation bleeding into your brain. Could also be life threatening. So unless you've already had heart attack, or stroke, the risk of catastrophic bleeding outweighs the risk of cardiovascular events. According to the latest analysis of the data, Gerald Snyder in Washington country music star Travis Trent says tour bus was site slapped on a multi vehicle crash that left two people dead and other cars in South Carolina early Saturday. The accident took place on highway twenty two in Horry county transit bus sustained minor damage is tried to avoid the collision police say vehicle going the wrong way on the.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Another Royal wedding Saturday, this time of cousin to Queen, Elizabeth made together winces marriage to Thomas Kingston among third world wedding at the fifteenth century venue in less than a year after the nuptial of the Duke and duchess of Sussex, last may, and Princess Eugene, and Jack Brooks Bank in Tober, Sarah left, Megan at home with newborn son. Archie and a ride with his uncle, and aunt Prince Edward, and Princess on the bites gone was designed believes that the cardiac while the monarch were pink a line coat and the lilac and pink silk. Dress pursuade Parvin, the bride is a daughter of prince and Princess, Michael of Kent Syria. Shaklee London, Australian chancellor's Evesham incursions called for an early election after his vice-chancellor resigned yesterday over a covertly shot video showed him, apparently promising government contracts to perspective, Russian investor Kerr's says he'll ask for a new election as soon as possible news and analysis at townhall dot com. Dr Charles Snyder joins us again this weekend to provide. The latest on an aspirin controversy. Aspirin uses very Colin epidemiologists observed, that people who took aspirin for pain fever, or throws at fewer heart attacks and strokes. Unfortunately, the way aspirin prevents cardiovascular events is interference with blood coagulation bleeding into your gutter brain can also be life threatening. So unless you've already had a heart attack, or stroke, the risk of catastrophic bleeding outweighs the risk of cardiovascular events. According to the latest analysis of the data, Gerald Snyder in Washington country music star. Travis tricks tour. Bus was side swiped in a multi vehicle crash that left two people dead in South Carolina early Saturday. The accident occurred on highway twenty two in Horry county trip says bus sustained minor damage nobody was hurt trying to swerve and avoid the collision vehicle traveling in the wrong direction crashed into a pickup truck triggering the multi car tragedy. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Chase.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trees and power lines, national weather service in three. Twisters were reported in Texas today. One in Oklahoma. Former vice president, Joe Biden, on the stump in Philadelphia today telling supporters, he's not promoting these not promoting the anger. That some pundits say is needed to win the race say Democrats are so angry that the anger candidate can be the better chance he or she has to win the democratic nomination. Well, I don't believe it since he entered the race Biden, his outpolling the other twenty two democratic hopefuls. Australia chancellor Sebastian Kerr's call today for an early election after his vice-chancellor resigned over a covertly shot video that showed him, apparently promising government contracts to a perspective Russian investigator. And Sammy shore, one of the founders of LA's famed comedy store, along with his then wife, Mitzi and writer Rudy DeLuca has passed away. Sammy shore was ninety three years old. He established the venue in one thousand nine hundred seventy two news and analysis at townhall dot com. Maybe like to know what exactly relief factor is it was created by doctors. It's a one hundred percent drug-free supplement with four key ingredients that simply help your own, buddy deal with the natural inflammatory response that it has it's easy to swallow for little capsules in each packet like the packet that I carry with me at all time three packets day for a week then two packets day for two weeks and I have just described the three week quickstart. And you will know in three weeks. That's the beauty of whether it works. They don't drag you on that cost us nineteen dollars and ninety five cents. There's a very good chance that a very serious percentage of my listeners suffer from some sort of muscular or joint pain. You should try this for nineteen dollars, ninety five cents. That's all you can lose if it works that will send it to you automatically if it doesn't work them, not to send any shipments, and it's as simple as that it is all at relief, factor dot com. I've been using it for years now role. Relief, factor dot com. Bit of a shock down under Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison defied pre-election polls as his ruling conservative coalition claimed a surprising victory in the country's general election. Polls had suggests that the coalition would lose and Morrison who took over as prime minister, last August would have had one of the shortest tenures of any Australian Prime minister, I have always believed.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Australia's far-right vice-chancellor Heinz Christian Schroeder has been embroiled in a corruption scandal, and Amnesty International says a coach of impunity is fueling rights abuses in Sri Lanka now, later today, the final of is sixty fourth Eurovision song contest will take place in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv. Twenty six nations will compete in this annual musical extravaganza. Not all of them are European entries from Azerbaijan arguments, about whereas Janis on the mat. Australia's certainly isn't European. And of course, Israel last year's winners among tonight's Eurovision as it's commonly known is widely considered the most watched non sporting event in the world. With television audiences estimated to be up to six hundred million. Well, the BBC's Paul Hanley will certainly be watching all over the first time in many years that he's just been bemoaning. He won't actually be attending the contest. It wasn't my choice was now regretting it never mind. Anyway, he's here which is marvelous low Judean last week on the program. I know you hear sitting in this chair talking about some of the political controversy, Madonna is going as well, as she is she wasn't, and then she was, and now she is again, and what she doing while she's annoying, people who want to a boycott of the Eurovision, because it's being hosted by Israel and supporters of Palestinian rights have lobbied for for people to stay. She's there and why issue that because she's promoting a new single, she can have a six hundred million audience. She's going to be owning a million dollars for singing to Soanes live on stage. And she knows that the marketing power of Eurovision that three years ago. Justin Timberlake harnessed when he appeared and had the biggest selling single in the history of the world practically you're going to give us a rundown. You of some of your favorites tonight, I just can't do Eurovision without a taste of the music starting with plink Cottee, Plunkett, old-fashioned favorite of mine this year. Denmark's things don't get to political. No one's convinced. We can dream. Here's a little bit of Denmark for you. It's a multi lingual effort lamb away peculiar levers for the Netherlands is next. And then and it's a very current number. I'm demonstrating northern Europeans donors. This is no away a little bit of Saami singing. We like a bit of ethnic, but obviously brought in says nothing too much. This is this is spirit in this. It's a great song. One of the favorites as ever Sweden. Is it too late for love the song, I think it could win with a possible winner Sweden. If John Lynn Vic did wing, he'd be the first of black person to win. Eurovision. What.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Students who were part of the fees misfold protests. I don't think much has changed in terms of access to education students still don't have funding. So the system is failing students we still have a number of students were sleeping in libraries right now, then have defined themselves. Squatting with trains still have to find themselves being in educational system. That is just not comfortable, we just want free education. But we've never spoken off the millions of youth that want to access the kitchen where is the infrastructure young people to not day. Where is the skills based development? It's not the infected looting Kim for old people are dying education. Officials insist the subsidy has led to an increase in students from poorer backgrounds existing higher education. The World Bank is to mates that the cost will more than double by twenty twenty two to twelve billion dollars per year. The land warns that this isn't sustainable in the long term, especially if the economy continues to grow at less than two percent. But at verse university vice-chancellor, Adam Habib says excess to quality education is the only way to fix address. So Africa's inequality y'all be I think you should work because if you're going to be serious about the digital transformation of the global economy, then you actually need skills. And actually, we need to ensure that skills address most importantly, we need universities to address inequality. The access problem is allow people from v. Unity's to get access to the top universities. But you've got to ensure quality because if they get quality than they get jobs. Did you get.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One earth and destroy it. Then we don't have anywhere to go. It's hard to argue with that logic. But skipping school to say so has been really controversial last month. British Prime Minister, Theresa May's office scalded striking kids for wasting teachers time a Belgian environment minister said they were being manipulated by outside powers, one high schooler in Munich told me that his school has moved all their tests to Fridays, and everyone I talked to said they're going to get in trouble for being here. Still the protests have been growing with tens of thousands of kids. Taking part in Europe alone. A worldwide strike is planned for tomorrow. And now the striking students are getting support from a group of adults. Scientists who say they're right younger people are seeing with absolute clarity, the real problem this planet faces professor joy Carter is an environmental geochemists in university. Vice-chancellor? She's one of thousands of European scientists and academics who've signed letters in support of the school strikes. She says it's high time someone took action already seeing wildfires increased temperatures water shortages already these major effects are with us. Politicians have to wake up and young people are catalysts for change. They really make a very strong moral appeal to the leaders of today, Dr Bart for Hagen is a climate scientist at Amsterdam University College thinking is usually that children should be in school to learn from the adults..

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is six thirty seven on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. A democrat newly elected to the house of representatives has said a marginal income tax of seventy percent might make sense for people earning more than ten million dollars a year. And polls suggest the idea might be popular. The problem is without comprehensive tax reform. Introducing the top rate of seventy percent would vastly increase the profit to be made from lawful tax avoidance, including arrangements that recasts income in the form of capital gains in years ahead. US taxes will need to rise and tax reform that broadens the bay. Ace and closes loopholes should be a main part of the fiscal strategy. A moderate increase in the top marginal rate should not be out of bounds. But to proclaim an explicit policy of soaking the rich would be unjust. And in the end counterproductive. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board. I'm David Shipley. For more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. This has been Bloomberg opinion can hear Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time six thirty eight is the time on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report, and Patrice Sikora has news this morning from the coal industry. The first coal fired power plant to open in the US since two thousand fifteen will open in April near the university of Alaska Fairbanks, the university's vice-chancellor for administrative services says they understand this is not an ideal solution, but noted is one driven by geography, the seventeen megawatt generator built for two hundred forty five million dollars is just. One hundred miles from the state's only coal mine, and there is no access to oil or gas pipelines. The new plan is arriving is coal fuels about twenty five percent of electrical generation in the US down from forty five percent a decade ago. According to Bloomberg a near record eighteen coal plants closed last year and fourteen more are expected to follow this year. The biggest bright spot for US coal miners. Recently has been exports to overseas power plants at home one of the few growth. Areas has been in pizza ovens the national mining association says it's not aware of any US plants actively under development besides the one in Alaska. That's the Bloomberg green business report. I'm Patrice accordia. Thanks Patrice coming up on six forty on Wall Street later this morning. We get earnings from Under Armour here with a preview Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The analyst survey by Bloomberg see the athletic, footwear and apparel company. Reporting adjusted earnings per share of four cents on revenue of one point three seven billion dollars. Analysts largely expect the quarterly report. And the twenty nine thousand nine forecast to be in line with the forecasts provided at the company's December twelfth investor day. They say particular interest will be paid to commentary around gross margin regional sales results inventory positions and new product innovation. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak. Charlie. Thank you ahead of the open on Wall Street. Futures contracts are pointed higher with s and p futures up eighteen points. Dow futures ahead by one hundred ninety five and NASDAQ.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show

"Well, as usual, the honest was replete with scientists university of Queensland, vice chancellor, Peter Hoy is an enormous to one of the most important research fields the study of wine, and he got an AC the top gung, Liz Dennis from SIA sorrow plot industry, also an AC and she discovered the gene for flowering. But we think to control the time of flowering is got obvious implications for horticulture to prep spread out the time of flying. If the fruit crops to try and put niche crops into particular environments, if we could make cotton-flower Alie, perhaps we could extend the range of cotton crop. If we can make wieght flower particular times, perhaps we can get better yield to extend the range, which you can grow. You would get a bigger crop yield by manipulating the flaring. Yes, we feel sure of that. But it may be say to avoid drought. If it was a bad drought. You could just rescue the. What's that your head and make them? Flour harvest thin rather than drag out over the summer in the drought without being able to make any more sugar or make any more seed having talked on the grapevine or on the Email about your results. What do you think the reaction's going to be as potential we think that it's terrifically important? This is one of the major genes that controls flowering at Sogenal disorder, the natural, gene. It isn't a mutant Tajan that seems responsible for the big variation in flowering time that you get between plants that are growing highlighted shoots up in Sweden, for example, and plans to grow in the Mediterranean, and it looks as the same. Jane that's going to be important in the Brassica. The also drapes canolas through using it's going to make a terrific impact on people who are interested in the mechanism flying. And also those who might want to manipulate flowering for agricultural purposes lose Dennis now, an AC. Si, si SRO in Canberra, and the flowering gene is set off in advance by cold winters. So will it now be affected by climate change, hugely significant work, our, congratulations? Meanwhile, professor Mark Johnson. From the university of Queensland is a professor of innovation and he received an AO. This is from assign show awhile ago, we can be wonderfully innovative in Australia when we get up in the morning. We might use on deal flush toilet have a breakfast of vegemite. An Aspro to overcome the hangover. We got from drinking the wine casks the previous night clean our shoes with Kiwi polish gopher swimming Speedo owes fund our way using Google maps on wifi make our teasing. Zip instant hot water. Do some woodworking on our TRITON workbench and some gardening with dynamic lifter and a two stroke lawnmower bought with polymer banknotes inside. Doing we are immersed in Australian product innovations when we add some of the organizational innovations in the public sector such as the flying doctor service or surf clubs or the higher education contribution scheme will service innovations such as Macari banks funding of infrastructure, then we have much of which we can be proud. My point is we can do better. And we need to do better all world's economies are becoming more knowledge intensive that is the value. They create is produced by knowledge rather than investment in factories and equipment and innovation is what derives economic and social value from that knowledge, professor mop Dotson, a oh, congratulations to you and another avow scientific winners of awards on a stray Ilya day was Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales and the center of excellence for climate research. Whether it's the climate science itself or ocean fee are ice cores physics chemistry Bala. Gee, ecology species diversity genetics distribution of plants and animals, all of these give us multiple lines of evidence in support of climate change. It's no longer possible to understand climate change from an insular or single discipline perspective, we have made huge efforts to communicate effectively with the general community, but it is difficult because the language of understanding climate science is now very complex and very challenging and takes decades of effort to be familiar with. And it's hard to communicate that to the public we try, but there is a own going and sustained effort to properly and professionally communicate climate science to the public. Professor Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales center of excellence was awarded an AO last Saturday for leading research on climate change and another science show regular. Len Fisher was awarded a o m congratulations to you.

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"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show

"Well, as usual, the honest was replete with scientists university of Queensland, vice chancellor, Peter Hoy is an enormous to one of the most important research fields the study of wine, and he got an AC the top gung, Liz Dennis from SIA sorrow plot industry, also an AC and she discovered the gene for flowering. But we think to control the time of flowering is got obvious implications for horticulture to prep spread out the time of flying. If the fruit crops to try and put niche crops into particular environments, if we could make cotton-flower Alie, perhaps we could extend the range of the cotton crop. If we can make wieght flower particular times, perhaps we can get better yield to extend the range, which you can grow. You would get a bigger crop yield by manipulating the flaring. Yes, we feel sure of that. But it may be say to avoid drought. If there was a bad drought. You could just rescue the. Onset your head and make them. Flour and harvest thin rather than drag out over the summer in the drought without being able to make any more sugar or make any more seed having talked on the grapevine or on the Email about your results. What do you think the reaction's going to be as potential we think that it's terrifically important? This is one of the major genes had controls flowering at Sogenal solve the natural Jeanette isn't a mutant gene that seems responsible for the big variation in flying time that you get between plants that are growing highlighted shoots up in Sweden, for example, and plans to grow in the Mediterranean, and it looks as the same. Jane that's going to be important in the Brassica also drapes canolas through using it's going to make terrific impact on people who are interested in the mechanism of flying. And also those who might want to manipulate flowering for agricultural purposes lose Dennis now, an AC. C SRO in Canberra and the flowering gene is set off in advance by cold winters. So will it now be affected by climate change, hugely significant work, our, congratulations? Meanwhile, professor Mark Johnson. From the university of Queensland is a professor of innovation and he received an AO. This is from assign show a while ago, we can be wonderfully innovative in Australia when we get up in the morning. We might use on deal flush toilet have a breakfast of vegemite. An Aspro to overcome the hangover. We got from drinking the wine cask the previous night clean our shoes with Kiwi polish gopher swimming. All speed Ohs fund our way using Google maps on wifi make our teasing. Zip instant hot water. Do some woodworking on our TRITON workbench and some gardening with dynamic lifter and a two stroke lawnmower bought with polymer banknotes inside. Doing we are immersed in Australian product innovations when we add some of the organizational innovations in the public sector such as the flying doctor service or surf clubs or the higher education contribution scheme will service innovations such as Macari banks funding of infrastructure, then we have much of which we can be proud. My point is we can do better. And we need to do better all world's economies are becoming more knowledge intensive that is the value. They create is produced by knowledge rather than investment in factories in equipment and innovation is what derives economic and social value from that knowledge, professor mop Dotson, a oh, congratulations to you and another avow scientific winners of awards on a stray Ilya day was Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales and the center of excellence for climate research. Whether it's the climate science itself or ocean fee are ice cores physics chemistry Bala. Gee, ecology species diversity genetics distribution of plants and animals, all of these give us multiple lines of evidence in support of climate change. It's no longer possible to understand climate change from an insular or single discipline perspective, we have made huge efforts to communicate effectively with the general community, but it is difficult because the language of understanding climate science is now very complex and very challenging and takes decades of effort to be familiar with. And it's hard to communicate that to the public we try, but there is a ongoing and sustained effort to properly and professionally communicate climate science to the public. Professor Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales center of excellence was awarded an AO last Saturday for leading research on climate change and another science show regular. Len Fisher was awarded a oh 'em. Congratulations to you.

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