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Join us for our 161st edition of The Verbal Submission as hosts Brian Hemminger and Gerry Rodriguez discuss the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts. We'll be talking last night's UFC 166 event, Bellator 104 and much, much more.
Our special guests will be rising prospects Johnny Case, Michael McBride and Luis Saldana, who will all be competing at the RFA 10 this Friday night on AXS TV.
Luis von Ahn, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, first saw business success by selling reCAPTCHA to Google. Now he's the CEO and founder of Duolingo, a language-learning app that adapts to users' needs by using Big Data. Hamish McKenzie will talk to Luis about the future of education, Big Data's role in learning, and why Duolingo will always be free.
Dr. Luis Calingo, distinguished President of Woodbury University in Burbank, CA, will discuss the launch of his new blog "Reflections on Excellence" as a vital tool of academic communication and impact. Here's the link for Dr. Calingo's blog. www.drluiscalingo.com
Dr. Luís Ma. R. Calingo is the 13th President of Woodbury University. He was officially installed as the president of the 128-year-old university on October 20, 2012.
Dr. Calingo joined Woodbury from Dominican University of California, where he was executive vice president and chief academic officer since 2009 and earlier was dean of the School of Business and Leadership. Dr. Calingo previously served as dean of the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University, the Jesuit university of Cleveland.
Prior to Boler, Dr. Calingo was dean of the College of Business Administration and professor of international business at California State University, Long Beach and past chair of the California State University Association of Business Deans, which coordinates the academic leadership initiatives of the 23 business schools in the CSU system.
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(Originally aired in October 2010)
Our Chi For Yourself guest experienced a major shift in his life with the death of his 38 year old wife, with whom he was raising their 3 children. The shock and pain Luis Angel Diaz experienced became a catalyst for a profound inner process in human discovery. He discovered that layers of negative emotional charge accumulate and are stored inside our bodies, causing many body-mind chemical imbalances and health/life challenges, and prevent us from experiencing peace and wellbeing. After several months of personal discovery, Luis began to apply this new approach with his clients. He observed his clients experience healing in a permanent way when they were able to transform these layers of emotional charge found in what he began to call “the cellular memory”. Luis named this new set of techniques “Cellular Memory Release” (CMR) and formulated it into a synthesis for training others. Operating from his Body-Mind Center in Nevada City, California, Luis has trained and educated hundreds of people in CMR since 1997. Luis Angel Diaz is the author of Memory in the Cells.
Dr. Luis Urrieta, Jr. is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies in Education. He is (by courtesy) affiliated faculty in the Center for Mexican American Studies, the Native American & Indigenous Studies Program, and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latina American Studies. Dr. Urrieta's research interests center around 1) cultural and racial identities, 2) agency as social and cultural practices, 3) social movements related to education, and 4) learning in family and community contexts. He is specifically interested in Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Indigenous cultures and identities, activism as a social practice in educational spaces, in collective movements, in oral and narrative traditions in qualitative research, and indigenous knowledge systems and research methodologies.
Luis Oliver is a painter and psychotherapist in Ottawa, Canada. He has a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Ottawa. Artist Statement I was born and spent much of my childhood in Uruguay, South America before emigrating to Canada. I have no formal training in how to paint. I started 2002 by simply picking up a brush and some acrylic paints and just diving in... Painting has taught me about the unfolding of things, what that process looks like, how something we c
My Guest Co Host: Ms. Monica Rosales, Director of DocMiami.org
Jose Luis Martinez began his career in the Miami talent industry as a booking agent. In Los Angeles, he worked on a motion picture production desk at International Creative Management (ICM), where he had the opportunity to support several Academy Award winning clients. Upon returning to Miami, Jose Luis Martinez worked with the Miami International Film Festival to help plan and execute its 25th edition; an eleven-day event that featured world premieres and A-list stars.
Mr. Martinez was previously the Creative Director of the Miami World Cinema Center, where he has served as a producer on several independent feature films, many of which have premiered at film festivals such as MIFF, Marbella, and South by Southwest. Mr. Martinez is currently working with the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba on an ambitious digital media project to bring greater internet connectivity and human rights awareness to the Island.
Jose Luis graduated from the University of Miami’s School of Communication majoring in Motion Pictures and Theater Arts.
We are honored to have the Director and Producer of Embracing Dyslexia join us on August 6, 2013. He will be talking about the impetus of his film and what he learned along the way. Director Luis Macias has always been a storyteller and a lover of cinema. As a teenager he wrote several short stories and watched more films than any one person should. After a brief swim in the pre-med pool, he found that he could not escape his love of films and of crafting stories. That is when he enrolled at Chicago's Columbia College and majored in film and video editing.
Since 1997, Luis has been working as a video editor for a graphic design firm located in the suburbs of Chicago where he gets to use his storytelling talents with every new project. In addition to client-based videos, he has had the opportunity to produce and edit six short documentary films for director Greg Samata, several of which have had successful runs in the film festival circuit.
Embracing Dyslexia is Luis’ directorial debut. This film is a personal project that came to life after he and his wife learned that their son’s struggles with reading, writing and spelling were because he had dyslexia, a revelation that has changed their lives for the better.
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