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AGRI-TALK with Duane Rigsby and Mike Thompson will feature Laura Tiu, PhD, Aquaculture Extension Specialist fromThe Ohio State University South Centers who will discuss different aspects of the Aquaculture Boot Camp March 18, 2015, at 2:00 pm. Through collaborative research and comprehensive education programs, the aquaculture program has made substantial impacts in growing the aquaculture industry in Ohio and beyond.
Join us for the premier of two great unviersities sharing business educational oprograms each third Wednesday of each month at 2:00 in the afternoon. Co-hosts include: Mike Thompson, Ryan Mapes, Brad Bapst and Michael Rowe in bringing information that will help and assist small and manufacturing businesses in making their business stronger.
Tonight we are back with another brand new episode of "Inside the War Room". Host David West will be having on special guest Jeremy Estermera WR of Mansfield University. While he has a small frame his impact is felt on the field. He has blazing speed and plays bigger than his size. He played well in the Dream Bowl and had 5 catches making his impact felt at the all-star game. He is a media major in school and is well rounded guy around campus.
Follow him on twitter: @jestremera80
Don't forget to check out all the other great interviews on NFL Draft War Room
2:00 on SOUTH CENTERS’ BUSINESS CHAT, Brad Bapst and Mike Thompson will feature CRAIG LUND with VALUE ADDED BUSINESS out of JACKSON - Website: Vabs.us. Craig is very passionate about doing business locally and will provide stimulating conversation abouta relationship with customers and customer service.
This week on Agri-Talk, Kimberly Roush and Mike Thompson will feature Emily Weaks, Research Assistant with The Ohio State University South Centers on February 18, 2015 at 2:00 pm. Emily will give an overview of the different educatoinal programs with the Soil and Bio-Energy research programs at OSU South Centers.
ITS PROGRAM MISSION
To develop and promote research, extension and educational programs for agricultural management practices that sustain soil & water resources and are economical for producers and growers.
Our team for the Soil, Water, and BioEnergy team at OSU South Centers consist of scientists, and engineers with a diverse background, as well as a strong background in research and extension activities. Dr. Rafiq Islam, is leading the program for the Soil, Water, & BioEnergy team, and Emily Weaks is supervising lab and field reasearch activities. We currently have 8 grant research projects on agriculture sustainability, climate change and mitigation, and ecosystem services. Other team members include: Charissa McGlothin, Emily Weaks, Hasni Jahan, Thom Harker, Wayne Lewis, Yogi Raut.
Luke Daniels, student with the University of Rio Grande, will be interviewing Dr. Worley regarding the four (4) major program areas at The Ohio State University South Centers in Piketon, Ohio on March 18, 2015 at 3:00 pm. Dr. Worley will spotlight, the Research and Educational Programs that include: HORTICULTIRE, AQUACULTURE. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NETWORK and SOIL/WATER.
EXPOSITION with Valerie Thomas and Mike Thompson will feature Courtney Richie, Glass artist and jewelry designer with Courtney B Designs on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 2:00 pm. Some of her specialties include lampworked and flameworked glass beads. With her association with Melodic Grove, she makes goat milk products including soaps and other down to earth healthy products.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews two Boot Camp award winners, Donna Rhodes and Jayme Mansfield.
Donna Rhodes is a trained speaker, published author, certified Life Coach, and personality trainer. She has written for newspapers, magazines, websites, and story compilation books. Donna teaches Bible studies and is on the women’s leadership team at her church. She is married to Denver and they have eight children, fourteen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Her passion is sharing hope for the hopeless, even if they have to borrow hope from her story until they find their own. Her happy places are grandchildren, gourmet cooking, and playing with her dog Penny.
Jayme H. Mansfield is an author, artist, and educator. She provides vivid imagery as she melds her inspiring writing and artistic talents. Her debut novel, Chasing the Butterfly, released October 2014 by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. Jayme owns, paints, and shares the joy of creating art with children and adults at Piggy Toes Art Studio in Lakewood, Colorado. After a career in advertising, Jayme received her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education/Creative Arts. For eighteen years, she has shared a passion for literacy and the writing process, currently teaching at Aspen Academy. She is married to James and has three teenage boys. Visit www.jaymemansfield.com.
Body Talk with Mike Thompson and Marlene Childers, BSN, RN, will discuss the importance of immunization as well as protecting from the threat of measles and other diseases. They will also discuss staying safe and healthy during spring break. Marlene Childers is the Director of the Health Services at the University of Rio Grande / Rio Grande Community College
Elaine Mansfield had a career as a health counselor and writer. Six weeks before his death in 2008, her husband taught with the Dalai Lama in a science and religion colloquium, shifting Elaine’s career into the facilitating bereavement support and focusing on the spiritual side of loss. Writing from a spiritual perspective that reflects over 40 years as a student of philosophy, Buddhism, Jungian psychology, mythology, and meditation, Elaine gave a Tedx talk called “Good Grief! What I learned from loss,” at Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY in November 2014. She facilitates bereavement support groups at Hospicare and Palliative Care Services in Ithaca, NY and writes for the Hospicare newsletter and website. She also writes a weekly blog, about the adventures and lessons of life and loss, leads workshops, and lectures on bereavement topics. Her articles have been published in The Healing Muse, Open to Hope, Shambhala Sunspace, KirstyTV, Caring.com, Alzheimers.net, GriefHealing, and elephantjournal.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they chat with Elaine about her books, her work, and her philosophy on the sacred journey of loss on Grief Diaries Radio on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 starting at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern at www.griefdiaries.com.
Brad Bapst and Mike Thompson welcome Melissa Carter, International Trade Assistance Director on the upcoming Show at 2:00 pm Wednesday February 25, 2015. In addition to this internet radio, this show will also be aired on Channel 17 RIo Grande University and YouTubed for listening and viewing again. Some of the questions Melissa will discuss include:
What is the International Trade Assistance Center
Can any industry export?
How do you reach businesses?
How can you help those businesses who are looking to start exporting?
How can you help businesses who have already exported their products for many years?
Are their grants available to export?
Are there any other opportunities for businesses looking to expand their exporting?
What advice would you give a business who is looking to export?
How can a business get a hold of you?
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