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  • Spartan Life: An Interview with Anthony Stockard

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    Norfolk State University, home of the mighty Spartans, is now on blogtalk radio. Each week, the communications and marketing team and its partners (faculty, staff, students, alumni, and business and community leaders) will bring you guests from across the university community to talk about special events, news, trending topics and more. In our debut episode, we're interviewing Mr. Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Department. Stockard's last productions including "Dream Girls" has brought rave reviews from the campus and Hampton Roads communities. NSU's Theatre Department has been re-engergized under his direction.
    Follow us on blogtalk radio, NSU on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for new episodes of Spartan Life.

  • Templates for Managing Training Projects with ATD author Dr Willis Thomas

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    Dr Thomas will discuss his new book and how it affects your management of projects

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    Two Time NFL All Pro Lineman St. Louis Ram Davin Joseph

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Davin Joseph. Davin will discuss what he does during the off season.
    Davin Joseph is an American football guard for the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League. He played college football for the University of Oklahoma. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round in the 2006 NFL Draft.

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    NFL All Pro Lineman Leon Searcy

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    The Total Tutor Neil haley will interview Leon Searcy
    NFL offensive lineman, who played primarily with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars in an 11 year career spanning between 1992-2002. He was drafted in the first-round and 11th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers out of the University of Miami in the 1992 NFL Draft.
    He spent one season with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001 before signing with the Miami Dolphins in 2002. He tried to earn a starting position with Miami, but ultimately he was placed on the injured reserved list. After the 2002 season he retired.
    He is the offensive line coach at Florida International University

  • Billing and Coding (Blog 5)

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    Welcome to Biling and Coding class! For those of your whom have taken Introduction to Health Insurance this class is a follow up class to that class and will assist you with understanding the billing and coding process in the medical office. You must have Introduction to Health Insurance FIRST as a prerequisite before taking this class.
    To be best in this class, as with all classes please be sure to have the required materials, textbooks and syllabus/lesson plans. Be sure to send your attendance flag word to your Instructor to Attendance@SMBTechSchool.com.
    Enjoy your learning journey!

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    Russ Cohen Author of Numbers Don’t Lie

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Russ Cohen author of Numbers Don’t Lie: Behind the Biggest Numbers in New York Mets History.
    Numbers Don't Lie: Behind the Biggest Numbers in Mets History details the numbers every Mets fan should know by heart. Authors Russ Cohen and Adam Raider tell the stories behind the most memorable moments and achievements in Mets history, including 6: the number of Gold Gloves Keith Hernandez earned in his career; 480: the distance in feet Tommy Agee's home run traveled on April 10, 1969; and 696: the record number of at bats Jose Reyes had in in 2005 to set a franchise record. With dozens of entries that span more than a half-century of Mets magic, this resource is an engaging, unique look back at the history of one of baseball's most entertaining franchises.

  • The New Heights Show on Education with Host Charlotte McGuire

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    Topic:  “Common Core Science Standards Questioned”
     "Charlotte will share truths, and dispel myths about Common Core.  So families can come together in knowledge, action, and voices for education."  Common Core is a set of national academic standards for designated subjects, currently, Mathematics and English Language Arts/literacy (ELA).  These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do at the end of each grade throughout their K-12 education. The standards were created to ensure all students graduate from high school with knowledge and skills to be college and career ready. This episode will focus on one perspective and its background and premises for the development of Common Core national standards.
    Our Mission:
    The New Heights Educational Group Inc. supports literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services.  Such services include assisting families in their selection of schools, organization of educational activities, and acquisition of materials.  We promote a healthy learning environment and offer enrichment programs for families of preschool and school age children, including children with special needs.

  • Cloverleaf Radio Presents: Former Undercover DEA Agent Robert Mazur!

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    Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome the return of Former Undercover Agent and Author, Robert Mazur! Mazur also helped work on the  hit film, Miami Vice. (Mazur is currently working on his life's film, The Infiltrator, Based on his book, Starring Bryan Cranston!) Mazur helped take down Pablo Escobar's legendary Medellin Cartel! JOIN US!

  • Not So Mad Science #Harold Muhammad 3239272913

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    Hosted By: Harold Muhammad
    Harold, an eclectic and voracious reader, began his ventures into the world of the written word as a child of 2 years. Scraps of paper, candy wrappers, dictionary's right through the entire encyclopedia Britannica. Yet, Harold was driven to books of the sciences. Physics, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, he met them all with great wonder and fascination. He delved into each discipline as if his very life depended upon understanding its depth.
    It was not until the words of The Hon. Elijah Muhammad,placed in his mind as a child, began to mingle with sciences, that the essence and understanding of the sciences began to have true purpose.The Hon. Elijah Muhammad said, "all there is to know is written in a book,.......READ".
    Harold began his collegiate pursuit at Hampton Institute; he then forayed to Fairleigh Dickenson University. At FDU the practice of the Social Sciences, public activism, and public speaking became a trusted part of mental fabric.
    Harold is the husband to Celestine Muhammad, and the father of 10 extraordinary children, and 10 grandchildren. Harold has the benefit of having the most exceptional and wondrous teachers to whom he owes all that he has learned, will learn and knows to this very day, The Most  Hon. Elijah Muhammad, the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan, his Father Alfred, and his Grandfather  the Late Captain, Harold D. Hook, his Mom (Queen Momma Harriet), and his eldest Brother Al.
    Harold Muhammad, Soldier, Scientist, Scholar, Academic, Educator, Brother........

  • A Talk with Kwame Alexander

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    Kwame Alexander is an American writer of poetry and children's fiction. His book, The Crossover, won the 2015 Newbery Medal recognizing the year's "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." Bryan Ripley Crandall is the director of the Connecticut Writing Project at Fairfield and has been a supporter of Kwame Alexander’s work since he met him in 2012 and invited him, and his book, Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band, to be part of a Supporting Effective Educator Development grant through the National Writing Project, collaborating with Hill Central, a K-8 urban school in New Haven, Connecticut. Join us for a conversation about Kwame’s work and the ways teachers connected his literary contributions to write across the disciplines through professional development with CWP-Fairfield.


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