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with ISTE MEMBER APPRECIATION MONTH
ISTE's Chief Membership Officer Jessica Medialle on the give and take between ISTE and it's educator/members. If you aren't a member, learn why you should become one !
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GUEST: Dr. Deanna R. Worley
Title: Assistant Professor, Surgical Oncology
Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center
As Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology at Colorado State University's Flint Animal Cancer Center, Dr. Worley will join us to discuss two fascinating areas in her research specialties:
the biomechanical changes that occur in amputee dogs, and
canine osteosarcoma considerations, treatment options and ongoing care
Join us in the first half of our show to learn about discoveries made when Dr. Worley and her team studied the gait patterns of amputee dogs.
In the second half, Dr. Worley will share the latest developments from the experts at Colorado State who are helping their canine patients fight osteosarcoma.
Post questions for this episode in the Tripawds Discussion Forums prior to Friday, February 13, 2015 or join us in the Live Tripawds Chat during the show!
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John Adolph is the Founder of Parqer, an iPhone and Android app that lets users tip and pay for valet parking by phone. Having spent the past 10 years in Dallas, John would often find himself stuck at the valet stand without cash, needing to borrow from friends or to look for an ATM.
After talking with various parking companies and customers, John designed Parqer and launched it in Dallas in May of 2014. Parqer has now expanded to businesses in Austin and Houston, as well as test locations in five other markets.
When not running his own startup, John works as a lawyer at Bracewell & Giuliani in Dallas and spends his free time hanging out with his wife, Erin, and their two dogs.
Played in all 13 games, making 11 starts … Logged 767 plays on offense … Made the start at center and was in on all 69 offensive snaps against William & Mary … Had four knockdowns while in on every offensive play at Ohio State … Was in on all 92 offensive snaps against East Carolina … Logged all 74 plays on offense and had eight knockdowns against Georgia Tech … Was in on 60 snaps on offense against Western Michigan … Saw action on 76 plays on offense at North Carolina … Was in on 35 plays on offense at Pitt … Logged 32 snaps on offense against Miami … Had four knockdowns while in on 40 plays against Boston College… Was in on 47 offensive snaps at Duke … Was in on 31 snaps on offense at Wake Forest … Had two knockdowns while in on 65 snaps on offense against Virginia … Started the Military Bowl against Cincinnati, playing 61 offensive snaps between guard and center
'T.H.E JOURNAL' ED TECH INNOVATOR OF THE MONTH
ROLLING OUT 1 TO 1 IN A LARGE DISTRICT
Journal Editor in Chief Chris Piehler introduces us to Baltimore County Schools Executive Director of Innovative Learning, Ryan Imbriale
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Synjyn Days earned 2014 All-ACC Honorable Mention in 2014. He played in all 14 games, starting final seven games of the season. He rushed 157 times for 924 yards (5.9 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns. In his limited amount of work he finished second on team in rushing yards, and showed his knack for the end zone finishing tied for team lead in rushing touchdowns. He also top 100-yard four times in 2014. rushing games
He saved his best game for last rushing for a career-high 171 yards and career-high-tying three touchdowns in Tech's 49-34 Orange Bowl win over Mississippi State (Dec. 31). Days' 171 rushing yards were most by Tech player since Tevin Washington (176) vs. Clemson in 2011.