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Tonight we will be discussing two highly controversial behavioral experiments sanctioned by both Yale and Stanford Universities - The Milgrim & Stanford Prison Experiment.
The show will cover the state of American Tennis, the Transition from College to the Professional Ranks. We will discuss whats happening with college programs, how the USTA is programming for success, and how can we all pull together for the good of the game. Note: The Brand USATennisCoach is associate with a private company that provides Tennis Education and Certification, and neither Martin Blackman nor Dick Gould have been asked to endorse it, nor have they endorsed it prior to the beginning of this broadcast.
Martin Blackman is the Director of Player Development for the USTA. Dick Gould was the Head Coach of Stanford University for 37 years and now serves as Director of Tennis.
Bill Patton is a 27 year industry veteran, author of 11 books, co-founder of USATennisCoach, and US distributor of Bones Original Tennis Wear. be sure to subscribe to 720degreecoaching here on Blog Talk Radio to get all the new material.
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Amy Beth revisits her compelling conversation with Phil Stanford, author of the controversial book, White House Call Girl. Decades after the notorious political scandal shook up the country and ushered in the cynical age, the gritty investigative journalist offers new theories about the players and motivations behind the infamous Watergate break-in.
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The featherweight World Fighting Federation title is on the table and open for the taking as Paris Stanford meets Mike Hamel on August 22nd at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino.
These two rising MMA prospects will lay it all on the line as they represent two of the premier mixed martial arts camps in the world. Stanford of Fight Ready and Hamel of The MMA Lab will reflect high level coaching and a wealth of potential as they seek to emerge victorious next Saturday night, and more importantly emerge a champion under Arizona's premier MMA organization.
You can join us live at 1pm Sunday August 16th as we welcome them both to the show or visit our show archives and listen there after the show ends.
NFL Draft Prospect
Ricky Seale, RB, Stanford
As a Fifth-Year Senior (2014) •
Game-by-Game Statistics • 11 games played • 23 carries for 57 yards • Three rushes for two yards, one catch for seven yards vs. UC Davis • One rush for three yards vs. USC • Two rushes for seven yards, one catch for three yards vs. Army • Five rushes for 11 yards at Cal • Three rushes for 12 yards at UCLA • Four rushes for 11 yards and first career touchdown vs. Maryland Seale has been a fixture in the Cardinal offense and looks the carry over his collegiate success to the NFL. His father Sam Seale was a 10 year veteran in the NFL and currently resides as a regional scout for the Green Bay Packers. NFL pedigree goes along and hopefully Ricky and follow in his father's footsteps but make a new path of his own. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Ricky Seale of Stanford on the College2pro.com Player's Platform Show.
Acquanda Stanford is a Black feminist anthropologist, Full-Circle Doula, trained by the International Center for Traditional Childbearing and a Certified Lactation Educator. At one point not so long ago I had hopes of becoming an IBCLC — a Lactation Consultant, certified through the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, but stopped pursuing that after obtaining that CLE. I am also a PhD student of sociocultural anthropology, researching breastfeeding among people of African Descent in the US. What all of this means for me, is that rather than focusing on clinical applications and mechanics (how to latch a baby to a breast, information about breast pumps, milk storage, etc.), I focus on social theory. Breastfeeding is a biological site and serves as a gateway to explore the greater complexities around this tradition. Viewing this through a critical and holistic framework, it allows me to view a larger picture and explore areas of culture and biology, social organization, areas of domination, environment, gender, as well as community empowerment and various others via a historical, contemporary and cross-cultural context. My ultimate goal is to become a professor of anthropology and bring the culmination of these topics to higher education — as well as participate in applied work outside of the academy, and also continue to engage the general public.
Even though much of what I do has become a love of my life, my entry point in this area may or may not be like others you have heard of. I wasn’t placed here because I had an obsession with birth and breastfeeding, like many of us who consider ourselves ‘junkies’; far from it. Being here is the last place on earth I would have ever imagined myself.
Bio copied from: http://acquandastanford.com/aboutme/
Stephanie Neppl and Pete Ziebron review all of the WTA action as concurrent tournaments are taking place on both coasts this week: Stanford in the west and Washington, DC in the east. Last week Margarita Gasparyan won her first career title in Baku, Teliana Pereira won her 2nd title of the year in Florianopolis and this week, Sam Stosur notched her 500th career win in Washington. Join Steph and Pete as they review all of the WTA US Open Series action, plus Washington, on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
The American College Experience is a show geared for the college tennis fan. In this world of mostly professional tennis, we hope to give you some insight into one of America's best kept secrets. We will explore all things related to College Tennis in the United States. We will discuss diversity, schedule, facilities, education and recruiting. We will tackle the tough issues that are facing many of America's college coaches today. Each show will give the listener a different perspective on the college tennis scene. So we invite parents, coaches, teachers, umpires and all-around tennis fans to tune into our program.
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