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Some people do things just because they can, without thinking that there are bareers involved. Such people are very few and far between. Meet Kagonya, the first African with a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University. CMU (Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is the top university in HCI globally. She recently received the Google Anita Borg Scholarship. As an African woman in tech she takes us through her journey of HCI and let's us know the importance of the field. Join me on this tech series as we get acquainted with this ambitioius and talented lady!
We continue our series of season previews with a look at the Central Michigan Chippewas. Coming off an injury-plagued 6-6 (5-3 MAC) season, CMU seems ready to rebound and return to a bowl game. Two MAC media members even picked the team to win the MAC this season. But with a transition year at running back, the loss of an All-MAC linebacker and a few other key positions can CMU take that next step, or will Dan Enos' squad once again underperform? We brought on CMU Sports Network's football sideline reporter, Jim Costa, to give us a detailed look at what the Chippewas have in store for this fall.
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Ryan Wigley comes to Utah Valley following a year at Division II Colorado Mesa and consecutive years at Division III California Lutheran University. Wigley held the top assistant coaching role at both schools, serving as the recruiting coordinator, hitting coach, infield coach (CMU), and outfield coach (CLU).
Prior to joining the Regals at CLU, Wigley was a hitting, outfield, and catching coach at Taft Junior College where he coached four student-athletes to First Team All-Conference honors, and another who was named All-American.
In 2010, he also coached his Player's Edge 18-U Elite team to a California state gold medal as a head coach, a position he held from 2008-10. In past summers Wigley managed Players Edge, an 18-U travel team from the Granada Hills California area that won 2 of 5 tournaments they competed in.
Wigley was a member of the California Baptist University baseball team for three seasons after transferring after one season at College of the Sequoias where he played baseball for one season.
At Cal Baptist, Wigley's name can be found on multiple occasions in the program's record book as he holds the top spot in career games played, walks, stolen bases, assists, on-base percentage, and sacrifice hits. He graduated from Cal Baptist with a degree in Kinesiology.
The CMU is a new component within the DLSE that was created to monitor and enforce prevailing wage requirements on public works projects that receive state bond funding and other projects that are legally required to use the CMU.
This podcast will go in detail about the new unit and how it will affect employers on public works projects.
To view a webinar of the CMU by California Department of Industrial Relations. Click this link.
Jahleel is ranked #4 in the world with the best twitter handle @Do_orAddae and has been an impact player at Strong Safety for Central Michigan since stepping on campus. He's racked up quite a few accolades such as CMU Defensive Player of the year, First team All Mac and the Jim Thorpe award watch list in his career.
Now he's off to the next mission and that is become an NFL Player. Starting from his invitation to the East West Shrine game he's been working move his name up the boards. With his upcoming pro day he's looking to make sure he gets his name called in April's Draft.
Jahleel will be sitting down with Aki "Euro" Jones for another Edition of the NFL Draft Player Spotlight Show.
Tuesday December 11, 2012 Cannabis News Headlines News, current events, political debate, and the latest happenings in medical cannabis in the USA. Your Hosts: Hiedi Handford Danna Goldhaber Let's Connect USA! Get Granny StormCrow's list here: http://www.letfreedomgrow.com/cmu/GrannysListJan2012.pdf
Recorded a career high 60 tackles during the 2011 season ... Led team with nine tackles at Michigan (9/3) ... three tackles and a PBU against CMU (9/17) ... recorded a PBU at UConn (10/1) ... carer high two PBUS VS. BGSU (10/8) ... first career interception at NIU (10/15) ... assisted on a sack and registered PBU against Ball State (10/29) ... first career INT for a TD at Toledo (11/8). Transfered from Miami (FL) after appearing in four games as a freshman.
As many of you may know by now, God has called me into a new role at Allegheny Center Church where I (Marv Nelson) will be moving out of Middle School Ministry and move into being the head of Young Adult Ministries. With this also, I will be planting a Campus Church in Oakland, the area of the city where Pitt, CMU and other campuses reside. On this show, John Stanko and I will be chatting about this new role, how it all came to be and we will also answer any questions our listeners (that's You!) may have.
Cami Back from Get Out Mom
Cami is married, and mother of 2 kids (+2 dogs). She grew up in the U.P. of Michigan and graduated from CMU with a B.S. in Mathematics and has a Masters degree from EMU. She lived in Annapolis, MD for 10 years before moving to the Indianapolis area in 2004. Prior to GetOutMom . com she spent 2 decades teaching Math, Science, and Computers to 8th - K. Trying to find the work/family/self balance, and watching countless other moms do the same inspired her to create this company. Stacie is married and mom of 2 boys (+1 dog). Stacie grew up in Anderson, IN and graduated from IU with a B.S. in Biology. She then lived in Atlanta and South Carolina for 10 years before returning to the INdy area in 2006. She has a background as an Account Executive Recruiter, and Technical Services/Research Scientist. Deciding whether she wanted to re-enter the work force after having kids motivated her to get involved with Get Out Mom . com to help create more opportunities for both working and stay-at-home moms.
What was it to be a slave in antiquity? How did ancient societies view their slaves, and how does this compare with antebellum slavers? What did Aristotle mean when he said some men were natural slaves? To discuss these and other questions, the ethicstalk team welcomes Dr. Greg Smith, professor in CMU's History Department, for this Human Rights Month special on Slavery.
Universities Allied for Essential Medicine: Global Health as a Responsibility of Universities
In this show, special guests Pratik Chhetri and Samik Upadhaya will discuss mission of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) and most importantly, its core values. Our discussion will also revolve around some of UAEM's projects and their relevance and importance. We will talk about social justice regarding health equity globally. We will also discuss neglected diseases also known as "diseases of poverty" and UAEM's fight to promote access to essential medicines and health related technologies to help eliminate these diseases. Surrounding this premise, we will talk about a conference that UAEM Central Michigan University (CMU) chapter is organizing entitled "Improving Global and Local Healthcare Disparities: A Collaboration across Disciplines" and will be held on April 2nd and 3rd at CMU. The conference aims to raise awareness regarding global and some local healthcare disparities. We will also discuss about identifying and exploring resources available at CMU and beyond to tackle global issues such as healthcare.
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