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  • 00:56

    Change: Higher Ed's Global Partners in a 21st Century Student Success Strategy

    in Higher Education

    Join Dr. Wayne Applewhite, Co-Founder of Just Leadership, LLC, former Associate Professor and Adjunct Professor for Boston University, and the host of Affect!, as he and Vice President of University Life for George Mason University, Ms. Rose Pascarell, discuss "Change: Higher Education's Global Partners in a 21st Century Student Success Strategy". The student of today is not the same as the student of yesteryear and the institutions of higher education are not either. Who or what has changed? How do you measure success today? Is this a good thing? Is the product better?


    This will be Part 1 of a Series of Shows and tonight, we will be discussing two of those Global Partners, "University Life" and "Parents", don't miss it!!!


     


     

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  • 00:35

    Chatting Snapchat With Jed Record, Art Jones and Kristy Gillentine

    in Business

    As Snapchat is growing at a fast pace, many are now using the social media platform for their business.


    You will hear from Art Jones, Jed Record and Kristy Gillentine about the dos and donts about how to use Snapchat.


    Art Jones is a Public Speaker, Small Business Owner, and Consultant.


    He is the founder of Tao Stand Out, a company that helps businesses and business pros find their authentic voice, rise above the noise, break away from the pack and grow.


    Jed Record is the CEO and founder of Likeforce, a digital content and training agency which has the unique distinction of hiring college students and training them to manage social media for businesses in their communities. In addition to being a speaker for college audiences around the country about Likeforce and social media, Jed also speaks on a variety of business and entrepreneurial topics to corporations, associations as well as clubs & groups


    Kristy Gillentine is a storyteller. social media consultant and journalist.


    Kristy is the Director of Public Relations for Drive West Communications, a company that serves as enterprising reporters for clients to help generate compelling stories and drive information to the public.


    She is the host of ChatSnap, a Twitter chat about Snapchat.


    Art Jones:


    Website: www.taostandingout.com


    Twitter: @artjones


    Jed Record:


    Website: www.jedrecord.com


    Twitter: @jedrecord


    Snapchat: jedrecord


    Kristy Gillentine:


    Website: www.krisgillentine.com


    Twitter: @krisgillentine


    Snapchat: krisgillentine

  • 00:50

    Episode 130 (Monday 5/2/16) Weekend Recap Game 7's/2nd Round!

    in Basketball

    Monday through Friday we will come to you with a quick punch of NBA, College, and any major stories in the world of basketball here on the Hoopers Log! Here is the Phone# 323-642-1558 Please call in if you have anything to add or would like to be a part of the show! THE HOOPERS LOG IS IN FULL EFFECT Monday through Friday 5 PM Pacific/ 8 pm Eastern Time (Times are subject to change)! If you want to know more about CLNS check out the App on Apple Itunes OR you can check out the show on the Apple Podcast App! Also Check out more on your Host, Cmo Buckets by going to cmobuckets.com and check out prior episodes on the Radio Tab! Get in today!

  • 01:03

    Inciting Incident #23 - The Line

    in Pop Culture

    In the 23rd episode of Inciting Incident, Al and Brian discuss where the line is in media, and how one can cross it against going back when proven wrong. Heather will return on Friday, episode 24! 


    If you'd like to support the show, you can do so by donating a small monthly amount to our Patreon at www.patreon.com/IncitingIncident . Pledge between 1-5 dollars a month and gain access to special donor features and goodies once the show is funded. Plus Heather will declare her undying love for you by name live on the air.


    Al Laiman is a double major/minor at the University of Pennsylvania. He has written and contributed to The Fourth Estate, lordsofpain.net, the Philadelphia Film Society, the Penn Moviegoer, and published five books. He won Audience Choice for Best Film at the Third Annual Hershey Student Film Festival. He also was the longtime host for the Internet show the show "Jaded Hope" available on YouTube. 


    Brian is the co-host of NXT: Breakdown, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, and frequent panelist at Tekko, Bronycon, and Zenkaikon. 


    Heather Vincent is an aspiring comedian, utlizing social media to get her voice, her jokes, and how adorable she is in a box at Taco Bell, out there. She can be followed at : https://www.facebook.com/HeatherVincentComedy/


    Subscribe to Inciting Incident on iTunes and leave us a five-star review!


    Email: IncitingIncidentPodcast@gmail.com


    www.facebook.com/IncitingIncidentPodcast


    Twitter - Al- @AlLaimanLOP, Brian - @BrianTheFuzzy, Heather - @HV_OverMyHead, 


    YouTube - www.youtube.com/c/AlLaimanLOP

  • The Sound Mind Sound Body Radio Talk Show

    in Sports

    The Sound Mind Sound Body Talk Rado Show


    Episode #7: “The Big Reveal”


    Theme


    On Monday's Sound Mind Sound Body Football Radio Show, we will reveal the preliminary list of coaches who will be in attendance at the 2016 Detroit SMSB Football Academy, which will be held June 9th-10th at Wayne State University. Detroit East English Village head coach Rod Oden will be along to assist co-hosts Joe Gladney and Chris Morman with “The Big Reveal.”


      


    Oden, the high school coach of 2015 Jim Thorpe Award winner and Iowa CB Desmond King, will also be along to discuss how he sold the concept of SMSB to college coaches plus the moment when he realized SMSB had become big.


    So, tune-in tonight at 8 EST to hear “The Big Reveal” plus much more great info about SMSB. It’s an episode we promise you don’t want to miss!


     


    REMINDER


    Episodes of the show will air each and every single Monday night at 8 EST with Chris @IAMChrisMorman and Joe @PlayBookAthlete


     

  • 00:30

    Talking Ten, 05/02/16

    in College & High School

    The Schutte brothers are back after a hectic week off last week to talk more college football.

  • 01:04

    Mothers On The Move-Genocide Ends Today

    in Current Events

    The 4tlomp (For The Love of My People) wants to give a warm welcome to Ms. Darlene Cain, mother of Dale Graham (law student who was fatally shot by Baltimore City Police), and President, Founder of Mothers On The Move. 


    Please tune-in & call-in,as we explore more of the ravishes of the devastation of Police Brutaltity. This strong and beautiful woman has a story to tell, as well as many others, that must be heard and echoed throughout our community.


    If you have questions, if you have a story, or just want to voice your concern- please take the time and support us, as we support those who are courageous enough  to stand up & speak out. Remember your voice matters!!!

  • 02:00

    In the BULLPEN with Dr. T

    in Youth

     


    From President Reagan's A Nation At Risk report to President Obama's Race To The Top, the American Public School system has undergone over 30 years of reform.  From the infusion of testing, vouchers to charter schools, the landscape of the public school system is changing.  Is it for the better?  Has it made a difference in student learning outcomes or for improving teaching conditions?  Where is the public school system heading?


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell enters the "BULLPEN" with Dr. T to discuss the scope of changes, their meaning, and policies as it relates to the current and future structure of the American education system.


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell, Jr., is professor of social work and a fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include the study of minority economic development issues, demographic change and inter-ethnic conflict in contemporary society, the privatization and “charterization” of public education, workforce diversity, and urban social policy. He has appeared on the Today Show with Matt Lauer and National Public Radio’s The Connection to discuss public school privatization, and he has lectured to parent, teacher, and union groups throughout the nation.  


    Click here to read Dr. Farrell's full report on the privatization of public schools.

  • 00:48

    Wellness in Faith with Sherry Wherry

    in Spirituality

    On tonight's episode, we will discuss:



    "Hashtag Moment" for the month of May which is #MoreIsRequired
    "To Believe, or Not to Believe" where we will continue discussing the miracles of Jesus that are found in the New Testament
    "Let's Be Real" where I will making my weekly confession which is it took 6 years to write my first novel, and I experienced several setbacks in the publishing process. 
    Main Topic where we will discuss the danger in running away from God's purpose for your life
    "Dose of Spiritual Wellness"


    Sherry C. Wherry is the founder and Chief Executive Inspirator of Wherry Consultations. Sherry was born in Tacoma, Washington and spent a portion of her childhood there. She later moved to Cleveland, Ohio and was involved in various academic and faith-focused groups for youth. In 2005, Sherry graduated from Kenyon College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and a Concentration in African and African American Studies. Sherry possesses over ten years of experience in Social Services and currently serves as a licensed Minister in her local church. She is passionate about helping those in need, and seeks to be an agent of healing to those who are hurting.


     

  • 00:30

    Parental Involvement Gone Awry

    in Family

    Researchers have evidence for the positive effects of parent involvement on children, families, and school when schools and parents continuously support and encourage the children's learning and development (Eccles & Harold, 1993; Illinois State Board of Education, 1993). According to Henderson and Berla (1994), "the most accurate predictor of a student's achievement in school is not income or social status but the extent to which that student's family is able to:



    Create a home environment that encourages learning

    Express high (but not unrealistic) expectations for their children's achievement and future careers

    Become involved in their children's education at school and in the community.


    So, what went wrong with our public schools? Join me on May 2, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m when we begin the 3-part series. The number to call 713-955-0734.   

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