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Technologist Earl Robinson joins us ON THE DEAN'S LIST to talk about nanotechnology, cybersecurity and issues of concern to individuals, business and industry.
Robinson is founder and President of POWERBASE-USA, a technology consulting firm based in Suburban Detroit. He is the founder of the Virtual Nano Institute, http://www.nanotech12.org, an online school which delivers high quality content in several areas of emerging technologies for students from grade schools to professionals in the work place. Robinson has also served as a member of the faculty in several colleges and academic institutions teaching information technology, leadership and many different specialities.
Among his awards and citations:
Who's Who In America, 1999 - 2010
Who's Who In the World, 2000 - 2010
Who's Who In Industry and Finance, 1998 - 2010
Faculty of the Year, 2008, Graduate and Undergraduate Management and Business, University of Phoenix.
Faculty of the Year, 2003, Information Technology and Computer Systems, University of Phoenix.
Received Legion Of Merit and Five Meritorious Services Medals for Honorable Service in the US Air Force (1974-1995)
Recipient of the Arthur S. Flemming Award for Administrative and Scientific Achievement, presented at the National Press Club Washington D.C. , US Jaycees, 1986 (Please Google: Arthur Flemming Awards – Look at past recipients section – 1986; Note: Astronaut Colonel Neil Armstrong is a 1969 Recipient of this Award.)
Outstanding Information Management Officer for the USAF, 1986 (Best of 2000 officers in the career field)
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Michelle Bradshaw, a Native New Yorker born and raised in the Bronx by her mother and stepfather. Middle child of three girls, who often felt unheard, so she began writing Poetry at age 13 as a result of her experiences. By the age of 19 her poems took on a lyrical form and she found another outlet in songwriting. She’s always felt awkward in crowds and uncomfortable in her own skin, causing her to become a loner. She spent many years keeping people at a distance, and slowly drifting into seclusion that would soon lead to depression. She’s had her share of emotional battles and now she has emerged on the other side. She has a voice and so much to share about her life's experiences. She wrote Who I Am for self-healing. It is a reflection of her experiences. She was ready to share her most intimate feelings; to connect with anyone who could relate to them. She has words to relate to the young girl raised without her dad, the teenager trying to find her way and anyone who has loved, hurt or been through emotional trauma. Tune in October 26th 6 pm EST. with Host Diandra as she talks with Author Michelle Bradshaw about her book Who I Am, and healing from emotional pain.
Haskell Robinson, author of "In the Short Grass" shares his story of growing up in Boston's inner city section of Roxbury's Mission Hill. His compelling descriptions of the grit and grime associated with the urban drug scene, police corruption, prostitution and repeated attempts to 'break out' make for an 'impossible to put down' read.
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