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2016 NFL Draft Prospect, QB out of Darthmouth, Dalyn Williams joins Chris Shanafelt on The C.S. Podcast.
#202: Kenny Gajewski, Head Coach, Oklahoma State University. OSU kicks off the 2016 season this week on Feb. 12 at the CenturyLink Classic in San Marcos, Texas, where the Cowgirls will take on Texas State, DePaul, Northwestern State and Abilene Christian. The tournament marks the beginning of a 16-game road trip for Oklahoma State, which will host its first home matchup of the year on March 4 against Dartmouth. The 56-game slate also features contests against four members of the 2015 Women's College World Series, including Michigan, who advanced to the championship round against Florida. Overall, the Cowgirls will take on 20 different opponents who finished in the top 100 of last year's RPI and nine teams that advanced to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament. Coach Roges also announces the "TCRS Position for Position Top 10 Srs." Cowgirls Twitter, Cowgirls Facebook, Coach Gajewski Twitter, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook
Joshua Encarnacion believes in the people he interacts with to help make their DREAMS and his DREAMS a reality.
Joshua Encarnacion was born in New York raised in Lawrence, MA and his family currently resides in Springfield, MA. He is a University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduate, a proud member of the class of 2014. His class collectively endowed the DREAM Scholarship which is presented annually to a student who has a compelling vision for the betterment of UMassD community & accompanying action plan to see it come true.
After graduating from UMass Dartmouth, Joshua joined Google’s staffing department where he was first exposed to technical recruitment & development programs in San Francisco’s Bay Area. He is now managing technical recruitment & various development programs at the finance tech startup, Earnest Inc. – an organization of people aimed at building the bank of the future, a bank that’ll focus on realizing people’s hopes and DREAMS by putting them in control of their finances.
The next step for Joshua is to write a book that will assist the world in redefining the way we believe in people.
His main goal in life is to work on persoanl growth & to help others grow along the way.
Dr. Marcus Jackson is super passionate when it comes to educating children. He has been an educator for 20 years. He’s been a coach, teacher, assistant principal, and principal at all levels. Currently, he is principal at an elementary school in Atlanta, GA where he also serves more than 100 male students through his mentoring program.
#198: Kenny Gajewski, Head Coach, Oklahoma State University. The Cowgirls enter the 2016 campaign with a wealth of returning talent, including 13 returning letter winners and seven position starters. Oklahoma State also boasts a revamped coaching staff, highlighted by Gajewski, Stacie Pestrak and Charlotte Morgan. OSU kicks off the 2016 season on Feb. 12 at the CenturyLink Classic in San Marcos, Texas, where the Cowgirls will take on Texas State, DePaul, Northwestern State and Abilene Christian. The tournament marks the beginning of a 16-game road trip for Oklahoma State, which will host its first home matchup of the year on March 4 against Dartmouth. The 56-game slate also features contests against four members of the 2015 Women's College World Series, including Michigan, who advanced to the championship round against Florida. Overall, the Cowgirls will take on 20 different opponents who finished in the top 100 of last year's RPI and nine teams that advanced to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament. Cowgirls Twitter, Cowgirls Facebook, Coach Gajewski Twitter, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook
Rich is an entrepreneur and consultant to small businesses, mid-size companies and fortune 500 corporations. A graduate of The Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, Executive Program of Strategic Management, he is uniquely qualified and certified to show you how to protect and grow your business to achieve results, improve the process of decision making, adapt to change while creating a healthy vision for the future.
Rich is the sole proprietor of “Rich Speaks Now” which boasts an enviable national track record of success working with such companies, organizations and government agencies as: The Coca Cola Company, Center for Disease Control, Kleen Tex Industries Inc., Atlanta Housing Authority, Federal Express Corporation, National Cash Register Company (NCR) Georgia Governor’s Mentor Protégé Program and Dartmouth College.
I became involved working with inmates quite by accident. One day, a colleague asked me to meet with a woman incarcerated at MCI Framingham. I was really scared to go inside a prison but, in the end, it was not at all like I expected. The inmates were all dressed in sweat suits and bright white Keds style sneakers. The visiting room was open and bright and there was a play section with toys off to one side. Some of the inmates walked puppies on leashes. I felt more like I was in a college dorm than in a prison.
When I met with the client, she was pleasant and polite. She didn’t proclaim innocence or make excuses. She fully accepted her situation and understood she had made poor choices. She was about my age. She was a mom, She had been involved with bad guys. Her life had been a lot like mine. Meeting this client changed my life and made me realize how, if not for a few different choices, she and I could be on opposite sides of the visitation table.
Since that day, I began doing more work with inmates and working to change the outcome of those incarcerated. Eventually, my work with inmates led me to pursue a Master’s degree in criminal justice. I studied recidivism, prison programs, and the epidemic of suicides in prisons; of both inmates and correctional officers. I finished my MA from UMass Lowell in 2014.
Since finishing my degree in criminal justice, I have been working toward prison reform. My goal is to overhaul the entire Massachusetts correctional system; making the system better for inmates, officers, communities as well as all the other stakeholders in the system. In my spare time, I am working toward a Master’s Degree in the Public Policy department from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth – and running for Sheriff of Middlesex County (the first woman ever to even run for this office)
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Phil Claudy had lost all hope of accepting his sexuality. But running saved his life and now he wants to help other LGBT people struggling with depression. The Dartmouth athlete battled severe depression, which parlayzed him to the point of considering suicide. But through running he learned to accept himself and his sexuality. In November, he ran the Philadelphia Marathon and raised $8,000 for the Trevor Project, which helps LGBT youth who are at risk of suicide. We ask Claudy about his struggles, the power of running and coming out and why he ran the marathon.
We are honored to have as our guest this morning, Assemblyman David Hadley.
David was elected to represent the 66th Assembly District (the South Bay) in November 2014.
Born and raised in Fullerton, he attended Servite High School in Anaheim. David completed his Bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth College and his Master’s degree at the London School of Economics.
David and his wife Suzanne have been married for over 22 years and they are the proud parents of four children. Their 20-year-old son, Jack, is a cadet at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Their three daughters are Claire (17), Ellen (15), and Faith (13) are students at Mira Costa High School, and Manhattan Beach Middle School.
Sixteen years ago David founded Hadley Partners, Incorporated, a financial advisory firm that specializes in representing entrepreneurial and family-owned businesses in the financing or sale of their companies. Since its founding, HPi has advised well over 100 businesses, and has helped some of those businesses create thousands of new jobs as well as new products and services.
This morning, we’re going to catch up with what Assemblyman Hadley has been doing since the election and we’re going to hear what he has planned going forward.
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Randall Herbert Balmer (born October 22, 1954) is an American author and a historian of American religion. He taught at Barnard College and Columbia University for twenty-seven years before moving to Dartmouth College in 2012, where he was named the Mandel Family Professor in the Arts & Sciences. He is also an Episcopal priest.
Redeemer: The Life of Jimmy Carter. New York: Basic Books, 2014.
Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: A Journey into the Evangelical Subculture in America. 4th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.
Blessed Assurance: A History of Evangelicalism in America. Boston: Beacon Press, 1999.
Protestantism in America. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.
Balmer, Randall Herbert (2004), Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism, 2nd Edition, Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press
Thy Kingdom Come: How the Religious Right Distorts the Faith and Threatens America. New York: Basic Books, 2006.
God in the White House: How Faith Shaped the Presidency from John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush. San Francisco: HarperOne, 2008.
Religion is one of the hot topics that influence our politics, culture and lifestyles. That's why world famous psychologist Steven Reiss, who has studied human motivation for than 20 years, has written an insightful new book about the reasons people are attracted to various religions. In his new book, THE 16 STRIVINGS FOR GOD: THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCES, Reiss attempts to explain why religion motivates people. With so many difference religions in the news, this timely new book provides important research about one of the most important issues facing Americans. More than 100,000 people were involved in this amazing research project that led to this book.
PLEASE tell us ABOUT YOUR NEW BOOK, AND THE RESEARCH THAT IS THE BASIS OF YOUR BOOK?
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE RELIGIOUS, And OTHERS ARE NOT?
WHAT IS A SPIRITUAL PERSONALITY? AND CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME EXAMPLES?
HOW DO I LEARN WHAT MY SPIRITUAL PERSONALITY IS, AND what motivates people to adopt religion?
WHY DID YOU – AS A PSYCHOLOGIST -- WRITE A BOOK ABOUT RELIGION?
REISS IS A PSYCHOLOGIST AND PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF PSYCHOLOGY AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, AND WAS EDUCATED AT DARTMOUTH, YALE AND HARVARD.
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Named to New England Football Writers’ Association FCS All-New England Team. Selected to Ivy League First Team… Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-Ivy Second Team. Dartmouth’s second-leading rusher all-time with 2,638 yards, became the fifth player in the program’s 132-year history to run for 1,000 yards in a season. Listed on the FCS Running Back Award Watch List by the College Football Performance Awards and one of three team captains for the 2013 season.