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"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"By the South Point Hotel and Casino. Let's join Coach Harvey Hide and Chuck Hayes as they provide live analysis of S C football. The Pac 12 Conference. And the latest college football action of the day. Well, good evening, everyone. Yes, it is time to huddle up on buckle up on my lawn with his part of the way all of the way with our Children. Football report brought to solve by South Boy Totality Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada Football Year round Every nine o'clock on Saturday night Market down Check age and I'll be with you football, football, football. And this year it certainly has been football. Football. Football. High school football is back. Chuck were back. How are you this evening? Coach you You've got a little bit of tapping your step. I can. I can hear it were uplifted by the fact that we can see high school athletes out there doing their thing, And we're fortunate because The games are being broadcast, whether they're streamed online or short on cable television. We got the opportunity to see it and talk about to get a good feeling about it. That's what I think we liked. That great feeling of watching competition and young people achieve their dreams. All right, Bri, with a chuckle out of the country had high school football during the fall. But the state of Nevada in the state of California are firing up this weekend. Of course, we have some high school football games currently going on. You and I have been discussing one of we've been watching one in Southern California, two of the best power powerhouses and Southern California ST John Bosco. And Sierra Canyon on the Chuck. It is exciting to see football year round and I don't think it's bad for high school football. You've got a great audience people. Wanna watch football And not only that, Chuck, what I like about it. They have already decided a lot of the kids where they're going to college and you're able to now to start the follow them as far as word they've signed and where they're gonna be next year. You know, coach so much of it is about the coaches and the amount of hours and kids put into the game, and there's a lot of combines. There's a lot of seven on seven, but there's nothing like the competition of playing a game and getting in there and not having it so structured. Having it a little bit more flow. If you will of having to play catch up, down and distance, all those things that really when you're in, Ah, combine situation or test skill situation. You always see that part of it here. You get to see the competition. Player versus player team versus team coach versus coach They're exactly right and we've got spring practice starting here shortly April, the 29th or Is it? March 29th of April of I think it's march 29th USC start spring practice, but until then, we'll have a lot of high school football. And Chuck, When you watch these kids today, these two teams were watching on Fox Sports West this evening. Both offensive lines average over £300. I mean, this is high school football in the signing that right guard for ST John Bosco, who signed already at USC. 66 £316 how much bigger can take it. Coach. I don't know, but I'm glad I'm not going grocery shopping for that young man and his family because that's got to be a high building pay. But you know, it's interesting when you see that the athleticism off these young people and desired competitiveness. We're fortunate in that certain programs have legacy reputations and they've built them over the last decade, and there's been an influx. There's been out AH transfer situation. Not unlike the portal were young person can decide to go to high school anywhere he wants here in Southern California, and I really think that's opened it up Competition wise, I don't think it's great. In some circumstances, But if you're trying to showcase and compete the highest level, then it's it's a regional situation. There's more than enough schools to go get showcase. It's just the super teams are something that really attractive on a not only a local regional but also on a national level. Well, I think there's got to be some type of boy lied to the program that went out and offered you a scholarship out of high school is a community college or wherever you came from. And again. I hate to see these kids leave the university as far as going to another college because of just football alone, But today, football is so big and football is so important to these young kids. That you do that now? A lot of times. You know, Coach has to help this young person move on, because maybe you Recruit that person that couldn't play at your level in this kid is flustered and wants to play. Well, I'm gonna pick up the telephone. If I'm coaching football, I've been asked him where he'd like to play. And if I think he could play at that level, I'm gonna call it coach And I'm gonna tell that coach here's a kid to come play for you would be a great player for you. I think it's good for some people to be able to transfer and not have to sit out. Remember when I transferred from the University of Arizona to the University of Redlands. I had to sit out a year and I lost a year because of that, and you know now they don't have to do that They could transfer in there immediately eligible of the empty double A allows it And how about this year in college football? If you played in the fall, it doesn't even count. You go back and have a six year in a lot of players. They're doing that also, and then a lot of players are for going in and deciding to move on and go into the regular world and go into business to graduate school or whatever they're gonna do. And then the community college themselves, Chuck. I think that's the the area were theirs. What's being hurt. Let's say four year school just always go to the community Colleges, where players played and and paid their dues and developed academically developed physically and then went to four year schools now more or less Schools are looking at portal players. There are 2000 portal players this year 2000 players that wanted to transfer schools and I think the first place these coaches go and Is it that a portal and try to find someone there who's had a division one experience and so on, But I think the community colleges have always said Has always said the universities, and I think they're sort of getting short change. And and now we're starting to find out more about last chance. You and these type of programs that are being highlighted, which have always been there, But now all of a sudden people are taking notice of them. Coach. When you speak about this, it's almost a Ziff. It's NFL free agency the way it's set up in regards to the portal. If you want to go shopping for a left tackle, you could basically just do the check mark and see where that left tackle is in a lot of Schools have had experience with players. Maybe they were coaching a player at the school. There was a change in the program. They're going to another place. They believe in that young person. They think that they could make a contribution, and that's how that happens. We know it. Happened at USC this year because of the Texas connection, and this is something that it's not just that USC University Illinois made a big push last year in regards to that lovey Smith is gone now, but Bret Bielema as the head coach, and maybe he'll prosper from that, But there's a lot Off those situations. You don't hear about it as much with programs that are ultra successful. You hear about it. Those programs.

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FDA gives Pfizer coronavirus vaccine emergency use authorization

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00:58 sec | 10 months ago

FDA gives Pfizer coronavirus vaccine emergency use authorization

"Trump says This is one of the greatest scientific accomplishments in history. Visors Corona virus vaccine Granted emergency use authorization Friday by the FDA, FedEx and UPS will handle distribution. ABC is Alex Perez. Is that a five year facility in Portage Portage Michigan Michigan Michigan to to to 2.9 2.9 2.9 million million million doses doses doses that that that are are are gonna gonna gonna be be be part part part of of of that that that first first first batch? batch? batch? They're They're They're already already already all all all prepared. prepared. prepared. All All All in in in vials vials vials are are are stored stored stored in in in Special Special Special freezers freezers freezers here here here at at at the the the facility. facility. facility. Those Those Those freezers freezers freezers keep it at the extremely cold temperatures that it needs to be at now. Those vials in trays will now be placed into boxes. Those boxes are also equipped to keep the vaccine at that cold temperature, and then it's gonna be loaded onto trucks and those trucks. Many of them will be headed out to airports, and so begins the process of distributing this. More than 600 addresses across all 50 states leaders of those states are urging patients is Friday was the deadliest day of the pandemic. In the U. S. There were thirty three hundred nine deaths reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. Illinois

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"university illinois" Discussed on Completely Useless

Completely Useless

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Completely Useless

"Brad. I guess so. I guess yeah. So why are you people chickens. All we'll actually eighteen six gooding. I would take a class on that of the history of fried chicken chicken. Fuck yeah you can like that. Yeah i would love to take the classroom. Fried chicken like like school. No i mean like a look at my room you can afford to go to. I can barely afford the community. College down the street like nah. No harry causes. They're probably the price for going to college. Has gone up. If i would've known that units were going to be. I think it's like last check. They were like fifty six dollars a unit down at palomar community college. When i first went to college they were twenty five dollars a unit. If i would've known that i would definitely gone to college. Oh you would've finished. I would miss fuck out knowing that how you how much cheaper would have been. Yeah i would've finished out of principle of not paying more. Well you know what. I never even tried going to college. So we'll get to you. Wait not even. You didn't even try going into like a class or you don't know nothing now. I was horrible at school so i was horrible at school. And the education system in this country garbage. So i've been college was out of the college was really going to do anything for media crack unless i decided to become a teacher. Adopter assumptions then. I need a college. But i never felt like there was anything in it for me. You know i was. How good i'm doing did you. Did you go to like community college or did you actually go to state college her half the schools in illinois school too expensive so i left announced me by two half years. Then i went to University illinois chicago. I graduated from there..

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"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm your host, Bill McKinney. We are fact here in the studio. You know, the last few weeks, we've been doing a combination of solo shows where I have been talking about. The elements of innovation. Innovation programs can also updating some of the content that quite honestly we shared on the show, probably a decade ago, back in the early days. We've also been bringing on guests and experts. And what's important for me is not just to bring in people who have the theory, but it's also about people who've actually done it. They give you a good practical advice. But also to give you the unvarnished truth about what does it really take to take your ideas and turn them into reality, and today is no different for that. We bring on an expert who's been around for many, many years have seen it all and Ah, and it's quite funny. We were talking before the show. But the fact that we haven't really met prior to this Lublin. We start talking about who you know, and experience is that it tends Tio tio across those fast So let me bring on our guest today, Jeff to grab Jeff, Thanks for joining us here today that killed innovations. Well, thanks for having me on Now, if you are, how do you describe yourself? Now? You are a professor at the University of Michigan. You're wearing your Michigan regalia there, right? Okay. I'm a university, Illinois guy here. Gotta be a little. You know, a little careful. You know, if the worst if you said you were ah, Notre Dame, then we'd really have a problem. Yeah. So, yeah, you know, it's interesting. I'm I think I'm the end of the whole line of what professors used to be iced call used to call them practice Demming X. So in the old days, you know you were expected to not only you. No right to have a theory and oven NSF Grant. You are also expected to be in companies. And so when I was brought to Michigan, I was brought there by Robert Quinn who, you know if you know anything about organizational elements seeking Prahlad, the most famous innovation strategist of the 20th century for sure. So so I was around people who did that. It's a little different now. I just leave it that way. But what's your background? I mean, we talked before from the start of the show. About some overlap that we had it back in the early days of Silicon Valley, but yeah, you did You go straight through to get your PhD here, Did you? Yeah, I'm I'm the archetypal You know, I'm from the Midwest. I came to college as a Teamster and a wrestler. It's how I got into college is terrible Student And when I got to college, it just was like a fish in water. Because I don't do well with a lot of rules. You know, I never did. I'm not a very structured person that way. But I'm really motivated person and a very unorthodox so What happened was when I was at Michigan doing my master's degree. I came to study with a guy named Rudolf Arnheim, too. Now to your listeners. If you know anything about history of creativity, it starts at the University of Berlin in 1900, a man named Max for timer has to fry students Kurt Lewin, who creates organizational psychology. Little Fahrenheit. So if you're a design thinker, this is the guy. I'm his last graduate student. And while I'm trying to form my committee, he has a stroke and he can't be in my committee. So I transferred to the University of Wisconsin. And what happened. There was amazing. I worked for a center there that had gotten one of the first three super computers in the country. So I got to work on what are called cognitive inquiry strategies. How to make this this big pile of bolts. Think So I'm 25. When I graduate. I'm a boy. I'm an advisor on what's called Applied Integrated Systems to Apple and Steve Jobs is he's been pushed out. And I took a job that stunned everybody had a job at a job offer at an Ivy League school and a medic guy is you can't make this stuff up. I bet a guy in a hippie bar who worked for a guy who had $20 million pizza company And he said, We're doing really cool stuff. And I must have had beers with him like six or seven times and I finally just said, You know what? This is what I want to do. So what I did was I signed up. This $20 million pizza company became kind. That's right about the title. The dean of innovation built all kinds of stuff. We get into that if you want to, but five years later, and $5 billion later, I sold the company to Mitt Romney was Domino's pizza, right? So you know, it was one of those crazy things you do when you're young and I learned about business by building one. And then And then after that, what was interesting is when they brought me to Michigan. I remember telling Bob Quinn I don't want to teach MBA is their dull, drab and awful. You can hear them, I think, and he laughed and said, That's why we watch here now we got to remember Phil back in the day. You know, there was only my crate, Stanford and and I'm the You know, he's much older than I am. And I was a boy. And, you know, everybody looked a scans. And then what happened was interesting. Then the whole world turns in the nineties. You start getting kids. You know, the Larry pages and all those kids come out of your programs, right? And all of a sudden you're not crazy, But I will say the first five or six years that I was there. People thought I had, you know, three heads and And so I guess even a stopped clock is right. Twice a day. I'm more of a Forrest Gump character that I am. Any sort of grand plan. Talk about the mostly it was the verse of the Accidental Professor startles you stumble into wherever you That's actually true. And I've always had a portfolio life so very early on, I built the innovate tree in labs. People forget this before we were, in fact that some of those people came out and looked at our labs. How we did it. But sometimes called creativity clusters, right where you are. You're doing the work that the organization can't I cross foundry in Michigan is the sex people don't know. This is the second largest research university in the planet behind buckets. Right. It's a very large research place, so the notion is you've got to get those people together in places where somebody's not trying to pick your pocket or there's not some argument over 10 years. So with the Hayworth company I threw in, you know, X amount. They threw an X amount. We acquired the bank across the street toward the front off of it and gave keys to the seven coolest professors. We knew said We're not interested in you old guys. For your kids for your.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And affiliates. It's 6 38 Monday morning House called Time Dr Kevin most chief medical officer at North Western Medicine. Central Page Hospital is on the line. Doc, How you doing today? The judge Bob House after a start. I'm doing great, though. How are you? I'm back. But John Land Decker is filling in hero calm He's on this afternoon. And let's start off with the president's announcement yesterday, President Trump announced Sunday the emergency authorization of convalescent plasma for covert 19 patients. He called it a breakthrough. One of his top health officials said it was promising. Other health experts said. This needs more study before it's celebrated. Do we need more information on this before we before we come in, Doc? Yeah, I would say before we have a rally at a picnic. We certainly need to make sure we do more study and it obviously now we've been using combos and plasma for months now, so this is not anything new and breaking We've used it for numerous numerous patients at Northwestern, and essentially what everyone needs to know about. It is this is taking plasma from an individual who had co bit in the past. So essentially, we go and take their blood. We felt we separated between the red blood cells in their plasma, and then we take that plasma and give it to someone who's actively infected. The reason being is all what we've been talking about. If you think about once you have that infection, you have antibodies and therefore you get protection so we're doing is we're taking the individuals who have the upper body and giving it to the individuals who are sick. To try to get this to slow the illness or stop the illness. It's been, you know, numerous trials across the United States and we had good results. We've actually had really good shape results, which is probably the most important, But now we're looking at the effectiveness of this shorten the duration of the illness doesn't prevent death. It doesn't prevent the advancement to a point of meeting ventilator support. To be continued, I guess. Let's talk about Ah, the university Illinois plan and they seem to be doing everything right down in Champaign. Don't think they do you know? I did my undergrad at University of Kansas but received my MBA from University of Notre Dame and a little disappointing when you see what happened at Notre Dame, and you see what happened at UNC Chapel Hill in the news where you see the large off campus parties, and then next thing you know, hundreds of people have tested positive. You guys taking a great Stan and I'm really very interested to see how this plays out because it could be the model going forward for those who you don't know what you have eyes doing. What they're doing is every student at U of I will be tested to times a week. Now you say Wait a second. We have enough study material and supplies to do this. They're using their new study that you have I actually developed, which was very similar to the Yale of Ah, Test, which is a saliva test, So it's not taking anything out of the public's use of testing, so we're not going to diminish that at all. But they will test every student twice a week. When they do identify them. They will isolate Minister on in campus housing have 400 quarantine rooms where they put the individuals. If they're on off campus housing. They will be quarantined with whoever there with in their housing, and those individuals will be tested every day. They could do 10,000 tests today, So if you think about our goal Of identifying asymptomatic people early as possible and isolating them boy getting tested twice a week. If you think we did that across the country, so you guys really, I think done a great job. You would hope that the students there take up the pride of knowing that they could be the leaders and really watch what they do with their off campus behavior. We Sprinkle in a few questions that were emailed to us or texted to us. Ah mean doctor most I'm a teacher returning to in person learning, And my question is, Is it better to have windows open or closed? We do have a good H vac system with quality airflow. Yes, white. Still, I say this time of the year day like today, obviously 2090 something you know If I'd talk to your engineers and see how many times you get recirculated air through the through the H vac system, But for the most part, the best thing would be to have teachers with the system running so that they're circulating air as well as having those windows open. We know that the amount of delusion that air Khun do just from open windows will certainly be very beneficial and we need to do that early, because obviously, as we get in deeper into the year, the ability to keep those windows open, it's going to diminish quickly. Very few schools. They're going open live right now. So those that too We will be watching them very closely to see how the H Vac systems work as well as the open air, and hopefully they're really tracking and monitoring that because it will be very powerful information for the spring when we see more schools going backto live classes and we're told that the question to ask now is is thie is the system. There's a system have a Merv 13 filter. That's the Magic number and the magic filter, isn't it? Yeah, You know, those are going to be the filters that you want are essentially going to be the ones that take out the finest particles that you possibly can. Obviously, viruses are very small, but you're starting to see more and more technology that can allow these systems to run the heir to the filters that will eliminate it. Talk about N 95, Mass similar to that, where 95% of the particulate. They're going to be blocked and being inhaled, So that's what we're really looking at. In all the circulatory systems for all the major building south. We got an email here from Christine, who says she has to take her first road test in years of the D M V. They indicate they will place plastic in my car. But the front seat of a car is tiny and too close, isn't it? What can you do? Just I would assume, just make sure you and the other person that car both wearing a mask, right? Absolutely. They will all have massed on there would be no, it's possibly clean as possible on dimes. Sure that these tests are going to be short. Remember, we look at an exposure were saying, 15 minutes. Within 6 ft. To say, Boy, if I test is longer than that that again is without masks. Soapy are both wearing a mask. And you're in that car for a short period of time and again, this would be home. What? We just talked about the students. Open up the windows to the car. Of the air circulating. Now it's a very short period of time. When we look at safety will also look after looking to safety on the road. So the importance of doing these tests is still very, very important that we have safe drivers out there as well. So I think they're going to take every precaution and you can as well Keep those windows down. Keep the mass on and I'm sure that the driver test is gonna be a fairly short these days. Hang on doctor most after a quick break, among other things, I want to talk to you about vaccines right now. Let's talk about the weather, which is going to be hot for a few days. Steve. Yeah, we're talking mid nineties hot, maybe 95 by Wednesday and.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Daley University, Illinois. Chicago is doing this oral history and It's objective. The Daily family It's coming up at four o'clock. Very interesting insights. The things we may not have ever known about about Richard J and Richard M. Daley. So big deal Plus, Dr Jim Answer. Northwestern will be here as well. We'll get an update on where we stand here as the the nation. Had, actually, interestingly enough, the lowest number of covert positive tests. Over this weekend, you know for a single day of new cases, but that's the experts are saying Well, that doesn't mean I think is the weekend numbers are different because of the numbers of tests and how the lab's working Tim Labs don't report. And blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But you could see there are places that are getting better quickly. And then there's places that are getting worse, faster California being one of them, And then there's Illinois, which seems to be sneaking up a little bit and their people are making noise about making some changes here. And in the meantime, the question is in Washington. If we are going to get shut down or slowed down again, nationally or locally here Are we going to get money? Congressman Raja is with us Roger Krishnamurthy. And he's going to answer that question right now. Are we going to get this thing done today? I hope so. I think we can't wait any longer. I think there's a couple areas of general agreement that they're still several where there's not general agreement and we just got to get to yes. What is your sense about? Yes, Um My sense about it is I think that there are a couple areas where I think we just have to, um, you know, make sure that we understand that the consequences of not doing these things is going further harm the economy, not, you know, extending a federal unemployment benefit bump. Not doing state and local funding. You know, those are going to leave that massive problems for the economy on top of the ones we already have. Right. We're all with you on the argument. That's not the question. Can these people your colleagues in both the House side and the Senate side get together and do some before midnight tonight? Um, I don't see that happening tonight. I I wish I could say yes, I think that, um they still I'll just give you an example. I know that within the Republican caucus in the Senate They're still trying to figure out exactly what they can get enough senators to agree on within their own caucus, let alone you know in the entire Senate, let alone the entire Congress. And so when you have that kind of those kind of factions brewing, that's where you know becomes even stick here in terms of the negotiations. Okay? And they go with Senate goes away tomorrow, right on like they're going to a picnic or something. What's happening? I think the their session adjourns this Friday. I believe, or at least later this week. Yeah, so that's why it's all the more important it can get something done this week, so you don't have to call people back in the session. And take it. Could you extend a session? Um, I don't know. I don't know the answer to that on the Senate side on the house side. Ah, there's a little more. I think you can, but I don't know. I don't know the rule on the Senate side, okay? That's all right. With every congressman wakes up in the morning. Look, Cimarron says Hello, Senator and every senator wakes up. It looks in the mirror and says Hello, Mr President. All right, well, maybe we'll get there some some point But do you have so just in general, If we have a week to work this out roughly Fish there. There's something's gonna have to happen. It's an election year. I find it very hard to believe that Republicans and Democrats can't get together to start just handing out checks to people that they want to vote for them. Well, I think that you've raised a point and you know, right now, I think good. Good. Possum does make good politics and good policy is you've got to keep you guys make sure people can keep food on the table and meet their rent and Take care necessities. And so I think that's something that I wish that the White House would realize instead of drawing kind of arbitrary lines in the stand right now, well way. I don't know what is anything arbitrary in Washington? It's an arbitrary line, but there's always some politics Example example. Steve Mnuchin, you know today talked about, um, you know, we can't You know, extend unemployment benefits or provide certain other compensation because it would massively raised the debt, okay? We're kind of in a situation where, you know, Essentially, we're fighting a war against this insidious, invisible enemy called the Corona virus, And we've gotta win that war and Talking about debt right now, In going from like, you know, 2 304 $100 or $500 extra for these people who you know, can't put food on the table. I am not a good argument today. In my opinion, I okay. Hold on a second conversation. Come right back to Congressman. Actually, Christian Murthy is with us. We'll also get some phone calls in 312 1972 100 on the other side, I would like to ask him. How is it even remotely possible that Jack's not going to fly here again? I'm gonna try one more pass at that. But first, because I think that everybody's negotiating, but first year's Marie Vandeveld, she's.

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Lead

"Today were replaying a story that first aired on our show back in March. It's about a hockey coach with a long history of child, sexual assault accusations since this story was first reported by the Athletics Katie Strang. There've been a couple of developments and follow up reporting by Katie will update you on those after the episode, and just as a quick warning, the episode contains details about alleged sexual abuse and sexual trauma, and the content might be emotionally upsetting for some listeners all right. Here's the episode. In September twenty, eighteen, the head hockey coach at Robert Morris University Illinois made a sudden exit from the team's locker room. He didn't tell the players where he was going or why. He simply grabbed his bags and left. One of the assistant coaches told the team that the coach Thomas Chico address had an emergency. It wasn't until months later. That players learned that address who had been a hockey coach for decades had been accused of sexual abuse by a former player. The Athletics Katie Strang decided to look into addresses passed, and she found multiple former players who told similar stories of abuse. They say drought trick them into having sexual encounters with someone they thought was a woman. When in fact, they now believe it was address. and. Katie Strang joins us today to talk about what she found in her reporting, and to explain how despite multiple reports against the coach over decades, he was able to keep coaching..

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Hey peeps I am excited to have another great guest and again. It's twenty twenty. We've already gone through the foresight. Now are actually really into the actual work that we have to do now. And so what I've been doing is interviewing some people who are running their own companies but Ojos but but also have experienced helping other companies be successful and I'm hoping through the interviews that we're going to be. I hoping let me get this. I'm hoping through the interviews. Were going to be able to basically pull some knowledge out of their heads and put it into not yours to help you get a better idea of what you need to do. In Twenty Twenty to be successful today we are going to be interviewing a bud and a very very smart dude. His name is mark. James Ease with performance advisors group and He is somebody that I met a long mm time ago but first off let me ask you how you doing mark I am well Being here and happy New Year. Why thank you sir? I appreciate it so I met you a long time ago matter of fact back when I met you think you were passing out green stamps. ETEs grocery store in hinged Illinois if I'm not mistaken or was it hillside or something like that no no. That's not necessarily true. You were working with the green stamps people but you were not passing out little books with those old stamps at Hewlett and put in there to do from working in green stamps. To what what you're doing well in those days alike you we were both about five inches taller Early earlier in our careers But Yeah I did not pass out green stance but I work for the incentive and motivation division of s and Age Green Scams called S. H. motivation. And that's when we met and in those days I was doing sales. The marketing for them and my primary responsibility was Helping companies primarily in the beat obese face with incentive and motivation programs for their constituent audiences salespeople employees customers and so on So that's when we met a prior to that my career goes back to the oil business. This is actually I. I've college at University Illinois. I've spent nine and a half years in the oil businesses and sales and marketing job so re throughout my whole career. I've cut my teeth on being in business. And being around the sales marketing aspects of businesses. I grew up in a small retail family. My parents owned and operated a jewelry store retail jewelry store fifty four years. If there's one piece of advice I I give young people a day when they bother to ask a guy like me at some point in your life you should experience retail And being on the inside of the counter serving the public because it's the best way to understand how the wheels of commerce ultimately turn and how it impacts Everybody 'cause you can understand how to do stuff retail the rest of Bizet's is easier to understand to comprehend the. I thoroughly concur with that. Because is I mean I started out. Actually one of my first gigs. I was a shoe salesman. You know. That's how I started out in business in kind of grew from narrow over the years. So let me ask you one quick question. Is You know when you say motivation. Okay you know. Today I think of motivation is hey. Hey you sell ten thousand dollars worth of widgets. We're going to give you a company de Shirt and we even have this catalog that you can go into and pick out your own. In things. Is that what motivation was back then to is basically giving away gifts. Oh yeah that was the traditional beginnings of the incentive kind of industry and it's a relatively small industry was based upon Yeah you You do certain good things on on the job you sell more widgets than then you'd be yesterday. Here's a catalog go pick out some merchandise for yourself And of course Travel worked into as well You know top salespeople. Those people are going to get to go to Hawaii for awake. Bring your spouse along so I know that business very well What people don't understand? Is that when you look look at using incentives and there's definitely a place for incentives in business you need to understand that they're not a strategy strategy they are a tactic and it's all about capturing capturing mindshare and It's one tool of many that you can use to modify or ultra behavior but it's not necessarily the end all. Oh be on. Because what's more important in the long run especially with employees or is to bution channel people were ultimately even customers is. What can you do to connect a personal meaning going to What individual does to What you want them to do? Or what their their role in organization is and you can do. That necessarily not happen to us does so. They have their place but they're not. They're not a magic bullet not an beal got him so in today's as marketplace You know a lot of CEO's. I mean they're always looking for ways to grow their business grow. Their sales increased their marketing reckoning. I mean I've I've seen so many different tactics and ideas and things of that nature in one of the places in the sandbox. Is I play in his the social media space of the online online marketing space. And you know what I see. A lot of times is consultants to come in and say hey you know what you need to do. You need to be take talk. No you need to be on facebook you need to be doing. Re Targeting ads delinked end. Because that's where your audience is like. Hey you know what you really really need is do videos Coz and get those up there and Ed Smith show and throw it in Google and list with exactly the engagement that you'll get and most of these you guys in. CEO guys are just kind of talking to each other in the CU was. Okay go for it go away. But that's not really a tactic. Take to grow sales. This is I call that the shiny key syndrome and you see so much of that and and You know in a larger sense. One of the things. I've observed when working with a whole different set of clients in multiple industries with different kinds of products the services services at the end of the day after doing this for forty years. And when I in over the time now five inches shorter but I've learned number different things. A one of the things I've learned is that If you look at organizations and how they approach their marketing you can kind of distill down to five common Tom and mistakes that organizations make when they set out to market or to generate demand or acquire business and those those five mistakes include. The one. You're talking about is what I call the key syndrome And I actually developed a a An anagram that describes a Five things you can do to eliminate these These common mistakes and I'll government quickly but the five common mistakes are doing marketing as a series of one off tactics with no strategy connecting them. That's what you just described as but I call the Kief Syndrome. The second is is winging it. Let's try let's try and see what we we get another one is. This is a big one expecting overnight results particularly in the BBC World. That's very temptation EXP- expectation to be to be sure her but expecting overnight results can be the death of marketing and a lot of people. Promise that I saw this all the time especially in the social media world online on Lincoln on facebook and they say hey this one linked in strategy got me twenty high ticket clients in less than a week. How many times have we seen that? We both at right you. That's what it is. That's what it is and when you see that be be suspect asked lots of questions you know. Four fourth one is Is is understanding that trial and error is a good part of a good marketing strategy. But not if it's done blindly so there's a lot of trial and error out there that that's not based in any sort of Facts or a logical approach and the last a common mistake that organizations make is at their their marketing and their messaging are all about them and not the customer. It's almost like the pushy salesmen. It says you get calls a prospect and the phone is that hey you don't know us but I WANNA be your new best friend. The same thing happens to marketing. You can't read approach marketing that way so given that I I and I have seen those mistakes timeless occurrences throughout my entire career. I know you have to one. The last one that you're talking about is is what I talk in the in the website world and in the email marketing world and I call it they tend to we we all over a week and we do this and we we are the best we've had that's going on we've been in business for sixty five years we re you know anyways so start with number so I developed upped. Here's the way to think about these five. I call them repair before failure marketing principles. In fact I I actually can do this as a workshop organizations and I've done it at number different different times at different events networking events around Chicago but here are the five repair before failure marking frigates principles. If you get these right you're going to eliminate those mistakes. I talked about an and think about them in terms of this Anagram h. p. p. d. r. the stands for the ability to think holistically. About what how you doing that is think about the whole of what you're doing. Don't think in one offs think big picture I and think tactics and second the second the I P after. HP is have a plan and stick to it. Winging it doesn't work you've got to have a plan Again you've got to start with the end in mind when you have when you have a plan and work backward to the beginning point the second P. H. P. P. is exercise patience and that goes to that expecting overnights written overnight. The results of a mistake that I made the thing to think about with marketing is in. Its Anita. Think about marketing as journey. It's not necessarily a sprint. You can have. Sprints sprints as a tactical element within an overall marketing strategy but overall you're marketing is a journey and the other thing to keep in mind. Marketing is a combination of common incense with a purpose a method and quite often the purpose may be there in the methods. Certainly everybody understands and tries to go after the methods but yet a step back and and also make sure you're applying common sense to what you're doing one of the biggest problems with the patient side of things is people attach themselves to something and and they don't go and update modify based on things so for example I'll give you a real straightforward thing is in. I developed a website three years ago from a business snus and I paid somebody good money. You know to design and somebody good money to write the content a good web developer. Who didn't we all love me But then I went into the website and I had to look at it at with a critical eye this year. I say you know. Wait a minute I don't do do them anymore. That's not really my customer. That's not a value that I give customers the way I used to and I really need to focus on this value because this is better so one of the things. I think that people have to have in that patients in creating that content is the ability to look at it from objective standpoint and sometimes it does not hurt Kurt to pay somebody to come in and stand next you will. This is what I see. Do you see the same thing you know. It's almost like a Rohrschack test if you look at your own website long enough and looks perfect. uh-huh.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"California it'll be shelled leading university Illinois and then Tuesday December thirty first the Tony the tiger son mould from el Paso Texas that would be Florida state nearing eighty S. zero Arizona state and then later on in the Alamodome in the Alamo Valero Alamo bowl it'll be you talk versus taxes and then on Wednesday January first in the granddaddy of them all two PM Pacific time the Oregon ducks meet the university of Wisconsin Badgers and that's your pac twelve bowl report check image into scores just want to get into her room one moment I don't know where you want to go with tonight show but says so when there is a go to run the ball game the philosophy of football programs to be cruising and all the different identities that what it takes to be a great football program but in the pac twelve there's two teams that are somewhat called air raid you could call an air raid or whatever you want to pass the day is one of the airports a cab the guy with the airforce academy defeated Washington state thirty one twenty one will the running game and the watching the state went down they ended up six and seven on the US thirty one twenty one in U. S. C. who they call the error rate there was just one dimensional as far as on the office was cited the football we don't want to get in all of that let you want to be a bit of time they get forty nine points on the forty nine scored against seven scored twenty four and the error rate is something that's I don't know if that's a fly spray or past spray I don't know what it is but it's not the complete package of what it takes to be a winning football program if you look around and you see what's happening in the four top teams a top ten teams in the country their physical they run the football their athletic as far as the quarterback is concerned if they are not they put their quarterback in a position where he could be very successful you take you as saying they had one of the top quarterbacks the country it's not about the same time these other great quarterbacks are coming out JT Daniels and he was I did in the first game of the year with the name and if they can install this last night in the holiday bowl the stationary do he's knocked out of the game but there's no movement a bootlegger counters are spreading the offense around or short yardage under center quarterbacks eagle eyed type of the fat out there not the no at all the complete so draws grades anything off of a past the date not really the play action pass I mean I destroy this out quickly yet their rate is something that everybody so excited about it USA and I don't understand the excitement about that because that's a different philosophy completely up to you as soon as it is always remember that so I really don't know what direction they're going there as every other direction that they're trying to go with the football program that USA so these are things I've never bought it on they are rated since that day came to USA when all the other people are so excited about it but he cannot be physical and you cannot win unless you do it all and currently right now they don't do it all which isn't surprising that the national media you know ball games are supposed to be optimism plus said although ward for teens they get a chance to go to a bowl game is so the network coverage for getting that really is just a celebration of football in that community took off and almost a cheerleader fact early on last night was well the started fast who's twenty years with thirty four three sixty that talent on FS one last one was talking about US involved as as if it was the second coming of of the greatest invention in college football that they're reading with US you doubt which was basically unstoppable and that that's you know lose a lot of traction that the game continues what you know announces announces and announcers out read scripts and and go by stats to do everything in that want to keep the audience whether men that toward the end of the game they got a little bit critical to an advocate the listeners and viewers with them so they started telling stories to getting and the different things about the game they're all weather smart guys you know they they know that it's not the complete package you heard them start to talk about why don't they run into football Hey when you when you get twenty two yards rushing Hey you're USA twenty two yard rushing the football and your U. S. C. R. could you just think about that for a mobile with the great tail back the great running backs and that sure you can be a receiver and be a running back as Clinton use it today and Alice you use is already back as receiver but they also have great running games you have to go out and play as play I'll describe it in the spring when Graham Meryl came you can't play basketball and the football field you've got to play football in the fall on a football field so you know these are the type of things that need to be disgusted and talked about because until they decide those type of things are on their football package on the opposite side of the football they worried about so much as far as losing brand Harold if we went to Texas or got a head coaching job that their old program would say guy I don't believe that US sees lots a lot of great coaches and the program has maintained or even gotten better so you know we do have great football programs you got it people are going to be attracted to your coaches but again there's sometimes situations to where you might be better off where if you know what you're doing we watch a game and a game feel it yeah I understand what you don't have when you're part of a football program and you know you can't do certain things would you take a snap five yards deep and it's one yard to go forth and wind a third one year five yards deep and they have a bad snap why can't you're going to center and have a quarterback sneak like everybody else does or get the ball to someone going north and south defense is penetrated there in the back will be for the buyer gets a ball I mean this continues over and over and over you just wonder really what I have to tell on this the boat they stating that so these are the things that make it so frustrated so Graham Bell great guy great coach I guess candy USC from North Texas state was a great quarterback great athlete but why would they not as cystic CO two game there's an office to court they from Ohio state or claims in R. Alabama will be that great tutorship the big fight the game situations can recruit people can develop quarterbacks and have a well rounded up and said that's what you as he wants and again this is just my opinion ladies and gentlemen you have years to close this our evolution of Graham Harrell came because because king's very came in that same year when they said last year that they were going to hand off all these activities that quite held was just going to manage the game and manage the program from a panel the cost is and all that so now was here all there was an extension he's well entrenched what develops recorded America you know they come in they're going to want multiple year deals is UFC that committed to some coordinator gal that they're going to give him the reins to the needs and really take away any more responsibility that quite help me today well first of all I don't think you're attracted a great coach is now currently the USA but you don't know exactly what the tenure as head football coach he wondered when under the valuation this year when he was eight four and kept his job and then after bowl game they've lost two one got a hedge this is to go to Java North Carolina state the other two were released today Baxter better grass so what is that what is the future as far as for USC assistant to come from a great program you're better off where you are and a long term contract to you I see what does that give you can you get one to start with will they give one to start with now because if there is a coaching change it'll be made down the road and I don't know if there will be one or not I mean what do you do your part of a program that was may be all that not as successful or you don't have the same reputation that you know where you came from when you take a step backwards rather than a step forward so you really have to evaluate everything before you make a model as far as from a successful program to program this maybe maybe maybe when you're finished eighty it's in the country or seventy eight to the Country Club the pac twelve as far as recruiting does that tell you as a future so you've got to be really careful on a I did a great assistant coach I'm just taking any type of job but before you move like you'd mentioned Kingsbury who can't deal at C. K. B. U. S. saintly this fire to Texas that we came there is an authentic coordinator obviously he could have been too successful at Texas tech and winning football games with their rate or whatever they call it down they pass the football every doubt but US six acted that'd be a U. S. 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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It was too easy. man you nail that. I am the regulations you're gonna take call on this their suit what's your jacket size mark. everyone mark you still with me other year mark what what's your jacket size. fifty to sixty two I'm a big man you're a Big Boy what's your waist size. while a size forty two forty two mark played for the bears wow man I hope they have it in your size. they don't we sense a bit overalls your wife remarried. absolutely okay Mabel since a bit overalls over there. all right. do the bears went on Sunday by the way the Packers lost tonight. yeah Aaron Rodgers intercepted in the end zone with like twelve seconds left. it was a wonderful day you know what my wife's a Packer fan when we left we were arguing. it's gonna be a first place there at the break I'm sorry there's going to be in first and look at this back there you go we will will be tied with the Packers have we can hold our own on Sunday against the Vikings. three twenty five start mark can you tell I'm excited. all right all right buddy hold on the line okay all right thank grab his information I don't think they get fifty to check in that's. yes can a big. yeah fifty two there is one big boy on the Amiga bread right here Hey Brad. yes Sir let me give you some more questions we Lunel nineties pizza to get away. and test it. okay. I like it bears who's a who's talking in the background what's going on there. hold on sorry about that Sir that's all right who do the Chicago Bears drafting the first round and number eighteen overall in the eighty three NFL college draft was it Willie Gault Todd Blackledge Bennie blades are Randall McDaniel. really cool Willie Gault is absolutely correct that is right. Willie Gault hold on you're not going to win with just one. which university hosted the Chicago Bears home games in two thousand two. was it the university of Illinois university of Chicago ball state or northwestern. university of Illinois university Illinois is correct. remember them I was just as in ticket holder and we didn't go to one game in Champaign was going to drive down the champagne from Chicago to see the bears they were a mediocre team that but if you only season ticket holder you had to pay your money. you don't want to lose you season tickets. right and then when the bears came back they said Hey we got a new stadium by the way yet to pay this this thing it's called the PSL on your seat if you want to keep your tickets and you gotta cough up fifteen hundred Bucks a seat. a personal seat licenses wow came up with that idea. punish the people who were legacy ticket holders I know it didn't seem fair I understand if what we already had tickets in the old stadium why did we have to pay the PSL a new stadium. yeah I forgot all about that that was you know eighteen years ago and I'm still upset about it yeah yeah let me give you one more what uniform number did Chicago great Dan Hampton where was it twenty three thirty four ninety nine or seventy three take your time. ninety nine of course it was.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"KSFO morning show continues down with Brian Sussman GZ it's red suffer for Brian by the way neighboring up pigs they don't know if it's a wild boar fits of pets yeah that's what they're saying I don't know if it's a wild boar or an escaped that it was menacing yes I was menacing the current residence have you been around hogs at all like the kind you know for farming yeah when they raise them now I I've I've only been around them on Facebook and have fallen in love and stopping park I went to an agricultural school university illinois' we talked about many occasions and a lot of friends that grew up on farms and we raise hogs raised cattle Univ group corn beans the whole bit so I can get a get a taste of agriculture when I was at school and got a chance to go to some of these farms were these guys live you know go over the weekend with them and the best is my old roommate Felix not not his real name this that was his nickname and if you remember the all data show the odd couple that's how he got his name he was he was kind of a neat freak but none the less is family raised hogs and they raised a lot of and you tell me the stories nights couldn't believe it we go into these what they call confinement pens and say yeah I said well how many you know how many pigs live there he's a well first of all their hogs second of all about five thousand you are here these buildings that hold five thousand Aug's and these things were the most scientifically advanced places you've ever band I mean the sanitation in there the way they feed them it's just absolutely immaculately clean as can be because obviously you know any kind of disease or any kind of illness we get in there could you know cost a lot of money I mean you literally had to put on the booties over your shoes he had to you know put on us white suit to go in there because they don't want anything to happen these hogs means big money for them and you walk in there before you walk in he handed me what look like the headphones guys on the runway where when their servicing aircraft you know what I'm talking about hearing protectors like god a noise canceling yeah I know what you just the giant you know your protection sound production so what do these for he says you'll see we walk in the city put on the headphones the and the hearing protection when you walk in there and all of the sudden these hogs just start going crazy because they know it's feeding time and they make more noise he said they brought in decibel meters he said it's as loud as a seven forty seven on take off and I don't want to agree with that that's how excited these hogs get that they're going to eat so you come in and then you leave and they quiet down the but he was telling me that these these pigs and pigs hogs regular com he said they're smart in fact he raised two grand champion hogs for the state of Illinois oh wow and that's how he paid his way through school literally with these two hogs and he said one of them was just the most surly sal which is the female he said she would she break out of the confines that little pen that they had in the backyard for and he said he always knew where to where to find her when she got out you down by the creek at the back of the property and so he'd be walking along they had these things the column pick whip but it basically it's just a thick piece of canvas and you smack them on the backside to get him get their attention because it's you're not going to hurt him you're basically just trying to get their attention he said he'd be walking along side this thing and this dog could be right there and he said he thought he said suddenly he let his guard down and also in the hog just take its had hit him and knocked him into the creek just here again in just a temp you know go to the other side of the creek and walk back to its little pen where they had set up he just did that to mess with them he goes yeah the first time he said I felt real stupid because I felt even more stupid the second time it happened first time shame on you for a second time shame on me kind of a thing they said but yeah you see these things are smart they know how to get here and they know gigs unit and they're very stubborn like this one you you were talking about probably just want to walk around for a while they want to go back to where it's from Justin I'm having fun out here I want to walk around it's the way his his one salad and by the way these things I believe the one was thirteen hundred pounds all my gosh this giant yeah they're trying they're huge no there was not much all all let's look it up it's a got the record somewhere do these things are giant I mean they look like little you goes it's the solid as can be that's wild yeah they're huge a bit yesterday and that's how a lot of these kids who because you know go through four H. junior go through good live on farms that's a lot of those raids race he talks of taking county fair than the state fair and if it's the best hog judge the best dog in the states you know that the grand champion so it's and it's a big business for them too because you can have gosh how much money it means because what happens then they put it up for auction in a restaurant or something like that will buy it and then they'll you know be able to service a were Hey this is the grand champion of the state of Ohio very state of Illinois state of California well okay so it's like a badge of honor yeah it really is it's just a one of those cool things that they do but they say it then that's when every go to a county fair you got to walk to the agricultural portion because that's where you see all the cool stuff the hogs in the cat house and you know beautiful horses the law and you ever walk through the the ten the ten so all the animals yeah yeah yeah we have the walls my favorite fare around here is the Alameda county fair yeah it's just over the hill from where I live and they've got the whole agricultural section and then also that's where you can buy a little chicks and ducks my favorite thing because it's like a petting zoo for me and didn't you go and doctor bunny from there too I did adopt a bunny which lived almost ten years okay that's crazy yeah it's like getting a gold fish at the fair but for some reason my I named improve because I'm you know real red coverage and all little bunny fruit fruit love it yeah so you got the proof and I bought him he was of Jeez I think he was two months old when I bought him out little black and white door funny and I had him for ten years wow yeah yeah when I brought him in case you know I did towards the end there he he had a couple little health issues and and the day that he died I I went and I rushed him to the vet because you know I I don't know what to do and I I walked in and I I had a man like a little shoe box with that with a blanket and I knew I knew it was his time to go but you know obviously it's doesn't make it any less sad and I walked in and I'm crying and I'm holding a shoe box with this money in it and they had the vet goes well well how old is he I would buy I use at either nine or ten I don't know what she wants what what did you have a really tight while he yeah he he was fed like a king but no I I got my money from there and I swear it looked longer than my life expectancy what the heck wow yeah I was pretty cool but love the Alameda county fair and they do have a great agricultural section that it pains me to walk through every now and then as well I don't eat pork scares was gonna say I looked it up in his his hog with brown eight hundred pounds but still hi Cher you for a year that's a lot of food all right Hey Justin typical Sussman faction it is a five sixteen Mar traffic.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KTRH

"And students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter of the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people power for the world so I know what warm there's just a number of things better training more leave them in the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more forms of the fourth line to be he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our says you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Darcy reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecturer and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with the rest of the band for the medical student can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is offering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally influence these Briana Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes.

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"university illinois" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But with us more doctors help organizations and students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who are the world so I the platform there's just a number of things that are changing more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of lower winters they were having more wonder who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different not a problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of being a professional in a way of different concerns related to climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometime they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fired that has been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal parts you reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine the during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical Inc and diagnose land and it from California and she is offering wheezing shortness of breath all those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change could Bentley implement that on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Your full tuition and they're wondering just how big it's gotten this is in the Chicago area so far where parents did during the kids junior or senior year of high school they basically give up guardianship of their child to somebody else it could be a friend of the family it could be a relative whoever and once the child is has has someone else's guardianship of the child the child is financially independent from the parent and can now apply for whatever eventually they need as an independent child not the parents income doesn't count and they're saying the worst of all as best they can tell it's well to do parents who were doing this it's not what they can afford it director undergraduate admissions university Illinois they said it's a scam wealthy families manipulating the financial aid process to be eligible for financial aid that would not otherwise be eligible for they can only opportunities from families that really need it and around Chicago said university only so far identified fourteen applicants who did the same thing from the same county so it's not just a handful of people three you just completed the freshman year and eleven who plan to enroll this falls with the growing thing they found more than forty guardianship cases fitting the profile though between January twenty eighteen in June twenty nineteen just in Lake County alone involved in those include lawyers a doctor in an assistant school superintendent as well as insurance and real estate agents they say no more coming in from other nearby counties are not sure if it's been going on nationally or not but I'm sure word spreads Hey here's what you can do and that's what people start to do so it's a loophole in the system and people are taking big time advantage of it let's see where this goes hi five thirty nine traffic and weather at all that coming up we have Bloomberg update we had the Procter gamble's earnings about a half hour ago that might be included here they did well can cause millions of dollars worth of flight delays it could ruin clothes shoes and recently dyed hair and even worse it can cause ridiculously.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"So you leave home and then you go immediately to film score you gotta you gotta university illinois champagne or two years the dan savage is that where he went we just interviewed someone they were so that seems chicago cargo roger ebert went their relatives of a famous person that went they're studying film right out of the gate i had a guidance counselor when i told him that i wanna do riding he said journalism i said not journalism i mean like tv you're maybe movies or fiction any went like man go into journalism and i went to unify and you of i went to i and it's funny now having just had his son goes through the college application process and applied a like a dozen schools and having other parents say to me how many schools did you apply to and i'm like to you know i got into a man i couldn't afford one you know so i applied dui and then i applied northwestern and i got into northwestern but just there is no way i could afford the northwestern ben that's what he only schools that i buy their size does seem like the perfect mix of like it's aggressive an ivy league ish in beautiful play yeah and it's just a beautiful place scores and there's a town of people that come out of there like julie louise drivers who share last week that you know they're grassland a lot of people yeah yeah it's a really cool place charlton heston oh well all lind i guess that goes home i doubt it i don't think a lot i don't think he may have though but but eastern south carolina and i chicago's being second city okay and when you start doing comedy i imagine you're running high school and so if you only right that was part of my popularity in my identity as funny person in did you do well with ladies in high school no no i mean i was just so afraid and i was the product of at that point to divorces it was all deadly important it was in my mind that i wasn't gonna fuck everyone's life up this damaging this loss in this destruction yeah i'm get it right so i couldn't relax and reach a certain age i didn't lose my virginity until i was twenty one or something a high end it definitely came to a point where it's like if i don't relax i'm never going to get late i just need you relax and have some fun and enjoy this and you could feel it starting to become an actual issue yes looking around and being like i see all kinds of people fucking like crazy inhabited ray being that big a deal and why am i so god damn uptight about this right where you similarly uptight about other things no no you were drinking and show man i am lucky that i came up after cocaine a writer just wasn't that much cocaine around but i did not say noticing right i've done virtually everything except for heroin crack enemy tripping there was a time in my life where like you fuck yeah a ha i would be like out at midnight and have to go like work for my uncle you know unloading lockers and somebody like you want some asset like okay yeah and i'm out in fucking hoffman estates unloading trucks tripping balls this thing gang gang gang gang yeah no activity did i take serious enough that i didn't think guy couldn't be buster something during that honesty de only one i couldn't do improv oh i got time once before doing improv and i really never again i guess known before doing improv unlike a second show on saturday one time and i was like oh no i can't use our i had ed now is bad and i cannot be bad at seven oh i i never even like we'd even at the height of all my friends because it takes away the single thing i like about myself which is i'm kind of verbally dexterity as you know like i can talk it's so funny that you just said verbally dexterity it's dead address dexterous yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah i wanna cross the scrimmage kiss you is that hosted by my own qatar yes yes yes but but the fact that i could talk is the only thing like about myself and then i went smoke weed and i get like two sentences out and i'm like they don't know what i'm talking about i'm not positive i know about anymore and opposite for me we makes me chatty and i used to self medicate with the weed for me is a toggle switch of contentment and even into my adulthood come home from a shitty day head out to the garage tinker around a little is and come back in a good mood ready to chat how's your day hey kids what's up in haitian don't smell daddy's bras you know right but that smell used to the kids they used to say you smell like beer had had a beer when we were little and we went out to chela you know 'cause like when you got kids you go out there and there's like the hotel resort with the mini park yeah waterpark thing yeah lazy river yes exactly so we went out to do that but we took him just see morrissey and he knew morsi we like morrissey and this huge wave of pot smoke at us and then he went oh i smelled beer i i sell beer circuit that here i i don't know and you know and it wasn't just before the casual missive we'd now i mean now again we're living in amsterdam now in riyadh corner and bison but when i'm ride my motorcycle home from places i just all every other block i get like some big huge hit of yeah yeah i get so many friends would be like i'm you know that i had known forever and i knew they got high end stuff and they'd say like yeah i still get high but i never i'm high around the kids and i'm just like what are you wasting your we only shit this really catch the.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Revision Path

"You know but you have to bring into organic like safe space for them to fail i always pray from buses to fail safely because you if you're she ready you learn some failures warsaw make you think that you're kinda trading that space for them with uh in the department that during the ueno's julia tell i'm that i'm in that i'm engaging them in a way that they signed empower you know what is a different is a different is a different thing i think my role here is was a as as a touchstone for a certain type of information like i my role as a design instructor was very different because i was just trying to like design or help to foster curiosity and my students which will mostly white and asian students honestly who've really don't think about the who probably don't even think about the notions of like discrimination in graceandfavour manager matt never had to already like you promptly ties the you make a problem of the space that you're in my body as a black man from mississippi already disrupts the space you know already like went in new bill hook says uh black bodies disrupt space and she is absolutely right so which is being a black designers almost oxymoronic start with right there is a gift like your car you know so does already one day i'm i'm sure that it when i was at you awry like most muster's had never been intersected or or it can expose to oblak profess all black teacher probably in their lives so whose soso guidance yeah i mean 'cause it was a very most of the students to go to university illinois are pretty well off the from like middle class of a middle class families probably live in the suburbs no six chicago's of dairy segregated city on purpose but federal government stance on purpose was segregated through redlining so most black people live on the west side of the south side and when he said it from chicago mostly white kids go on a of i.

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"university illinois" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Was down i think because my aunt later was she went to university illinois for her ms debbie her masters in social work and she said it was a it was a technique that i don't remember the name of it but it was basically this therapist to had me a sign different voices like if there's if there is this feeling that you're having be that feeling and and you know it was like roleplaying the different sort of exactly like exactly like the the movie inside downside our you an actor in elementary met all highschool was in high school i was in high school but i but army art there was no it was the plays we did were really stupid john i was already i was in speech team share i had i had i i did plays my freshman sophomore i think my freshmen sophomore year and i don't remember exactly when it happened but they're really dumb too they were like from the 50s like there was a game there was a fall went no worse than that like like like scripts that dean martin and jerry lewis turned down and literally from the fifth days i was like we did one hour fall play was and i was in it i think it was the last one they did was called boys and goals together now now netherlands land romantic your and by what had happened was as i did to fall play and there was there was a a girl it was a year older than me who was funded funny and we goofed around and like 'cause it's and now knowing it it's like 'cause we were in fucking theater we were we were actors in theater and we were fucking around like the way like the fucking life blood yeah people that are actors and and and having fun and so i auditioned for the fall play my sophomore year and the guy that that was the director of when they signed roles i knew like i just knew like i didn't not to be a but like i was just better than if you just can tell and and i went in and he gave me a release small part and there was a part that was like it was actually probably like a racist caricature like some kind of accent like this i was able to do.

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Five new brain disorders new which i get as a relative term but the author tami can and she spacing article on a study it was published in august twenty sixteen so maybe and a lot of times that's considered new but in the digital age is like a hundred years headed in narrow side that's really not it is and so um i'm going to say that you know i'll give him the benefit adapted isn't it and then disorders so it's to me it's kind of a nebulous term any kind of sounds official in one sense but right definition well the df's some for explains the concept of mental disorder like many other concepts in medicine science lacks a consistent operational depth mission the covers all situations you know that's true but you know what there is a core definition that is fairly consistently use nor to be considered disorder you need to have some kind of behaviour or whatever parameters that are outside you know to standard deviation outside of the or than the typical human very a shin and it has to be directly related to demonstrably har right starter and it's a disorder yeah you know has to be okay i had to be some guy and so it yard like it will be talking about this more in the next news item on eighty eight stingy we'll get to him are detail well the study itself it's your first two is title cognitive off floating how the internet is increasingly taking over human memory so this was these are researchers from the university of california santa cruz and university illinois are about i can't champagne they found that cognitive offloading that's their term which is the tendency to rely on things like the internet as an eight tier memory it increases after each use so if you think that memory is something that just happens and the head it's increasingly becoming something that happens with the help of outside ages up ahead and this is what the authors.

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