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K-12 SCIENCE AND 'THE MOLECULARIUM'
A big show about little things....Nanoscience for kids and teachers with Dr Richard Siegel, Director of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Nanotechnology Center
Presented by WILDLIFE ACOUSTICS
Bennet Pomerantz discusses anything with media Guests on his Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
Tonight's guest is Uvi Poznansky, who is a California-based author, poet and artist.
She earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel. During her studies and in the years immediately following her graduation, she practiced with an innovative Architectural firm, taking a major part in the large-scale project, 'Home for the Soldier'; a controversial design that sparked fierce public debate.
At the age of 25 Uvi moved to Troy, N.Y. with her husband and two children. Before long, she received a Fellowship grant and a Teaching Assistantship from the Architecture department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where she guided teams in a variety of design projects; and where she earned her M.A. in Architecture. Then, taking a sharp turn in her education, she earned her M.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.
During the years she spent in advancing her career--first as an architect, and later as a software engineer, software team leader, software manager and a software consultant (with an emphasis on user interface for medical instruments devices)--she wrote and painted constantly, and exhibited in Israel and California. In addition, she taught art appreciation classes. Her versatile body of work can be seen online at uviart.com. It includes bronze and ceramic sculptures, oil and watercolor paintings, charcoal, pen and pencil drawings, and mixed media.
She won great acclaim for her novel, Apart From Love, and for her poetry book, Home (in tribute to her father. Her collection of dark tales, Twisted, and her Historical Fiction book, A Favorite Son, are both new age, biblically inspired books. Rise to Power (the first volume in her new series, The David Chronicles) has just been published.
On today's show, we will be chatting with Kyla Smith about the Ashley Carroll case.
Carroll was last seen when a friend dropped her off in the area of Quail Street and First Street in Albany, New York on May 6, 2010. She is from Troy, New York and had to Albany to see her boyfriend. They had been arguing through text messaging. Carroll's boyfriend stated he never saw her that day. Her mother, who lives in Rensselaer, New York, reported her missing.
Carroll reportedly planned to travel to New York City with a friend after she met with her boyfriend, and then return May 9, but there's no indication she ever arrived there. Authorities don't believe she ever made it back to her apartment in Troy, because all of her clothing and jewelry was left there, and she would have taken those things with her. She didn't have a car at the time of her disappearance and depended on others for transportation. Carroll hasn't used her cellular phone since her disappearance; it was last tracked to a location near a friend's home on Marlborough Court in Albany. Her family doesn't believe she would have abandoned her one-year-old daughter.
Both Albany and Rensselaer police are investigating Carroll's disappearance. She is considered to be missing under suspicious circumstances.
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Join hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger, writers for USCHO.com, for USCHO Live! -- our weekly college hockey talk show. Each show features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach and play college hockey and journalists who cover the sport.
Our scheduled guests on the Jan. 28 episode of USCHO Live! are Boston College coach Jerry York and Schenectady Gazette sports writer Ken Schott, who was at the Union-Rensselaer Mayor's Cup game that resulted in a brawl and suspensions.
Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesdays from 8 to 9 p.m. ET. If you can't listen live, check out the USCHO Live! podcast. Be sure to visit us at USCHO.com.
Jane welcomes the presenters of the NYG&B-sponsored NY Track at the NGS 2014 conference in Richmond. The NY Track team will talk about the lineup of NY topics at this year’s conference. The track includes Naomi Joshi on Navigating the Past: Gazetteers and Genealogists, Terry Koch-Bostic on Upside Down Migration: South Carolina to Nova Scotia to New York, and Joan Koster-Morales on New York’s Confederate Prisons: Elmira and New York City. Naomi will also give the NYG&B Luncheon talk on How to assemble a weighty genealogical tome and survive the experience! The NY Track and Luncheon take place on 8 May.
Note: The recording for Terry's Misspelled, Misunderstood or Deliberate? Are Your New York Ancestors’ Records Hidden Under a Surname Variation? and Jane's Looking for Your New York Tenant Farmer: Little-Used Resources were lost with some Skype problems.
Photos: Fort Lafayette, by Deloss Barnum, NY Public Library, Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs
New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer book cover, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,
Westchester County from the New York Family History Gazetteer.
Rensselaer Manor Mill, from the collection of the Peterburgh Town Historian.
Please join Marsha and her guests Uvi Poznansky and Brenda Perlin on March 4 at 9 PM EST 8 PM CST 7PM MT 6PM for a discussion on wriitng and marketing. These two women are terrific at marketing. They put out a lot of thought in their facebook notifications with great info and interesting photos.
Marsha is an Author, Screenwriter, Speaker Marketing Consultant and WGA Signatory Agent.
Brenda Perlin is an independent adult contemporary fiction author. Brenda evokes emotional responses in her readers by using a provocatively unique writing style. Her latest book in the Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles, captures the soul-wrenching conflicts of a personal struggle for emotional fulfillment.
Brenda’s first book, Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles, was published with Master Koda Select Publishing.
Uvi earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel, and practiced with an innovative Architectural firm. She received a Fellowship grant and a Teaching Assistantship from the Architecture department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. There, she earned her M.A. in Architecture.
Then, taking a sharp turn in her education, she earned her M.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. During the years she spent in advancing her career—first as an architect, and later as a software engineer, software team leader, software manager and a software consultant (with an emphasis on user interface for medical instruments devices)—she wrote and painted constantly.
The chat room and phone lines will be open.
http://uviart.blogspot.com/2014/01/david-playing-david.html - audio from Uvi's Book
Tara & Common Sense Prepping!
on American Preppers Radio!
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Common Sense Prepping is proud to announce that Practical Preppers founder Scott Hunt will be this week’s featured guest. Although Hunt may be most well-known for helping develop the prepper’s scoring system for National Geographic’s Doomsday Preppers series, the homesteading expert’s self-reliance expertise and services goes far beyond the small screen.
When Common Sense Prepping asked Scott Hunt what prompted a man with a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering to leave a position as a product development engineer at Michelin Tire and focus on a career as a preparedness expert, he had this to say:
“You never know where life will lead you! I so appreciate the opportunity I had to go to the school of my dreams, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, to get an awesome education followed by a really cool job at Michelin Tire. My education and hands on upbringing combine perfectly in the Preparedness world. Taking a systems approach to preparedness as opposed to buying stuff from off of a list will get you your desired outcome: Well prepared and confident! As an Engineer working for a large corporation you become highly specialized in an area but you rarely get to design the big picture.
Listen in on this informative interview!
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Ken is a partner at Google Ventures where he helps lead Startup Lab. Prior to joining Google Ventures, Ken was a group product manager at Google. In his more than six years at Google, Ken led product initiatives for Docs, Calendar, Google Mobile Maps, and Google+. Ken joined Google with the acquisition of JotSpot, where he was vice president of products. Before JotSpot, Ken led product management at Yahoo Search. Back in the day when he was a software engineer, he was one of the first 50 employees of CNET and the founding CTO of Snap (which became NBC Internet). Ken has written extensively about the craft of product management, is an inventor of thirteen patents, and a competitive cyclist. He has a B.A. from Boston University and an M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Ken is speaking at the Startup Product Summit SF2 on October 12, 2013 at Broadway Studios in San Francisco which is like Tedtalks for Product excellence. Learn about managing products to success at Product Bootcamp San Francisco Oct 10-12! http://bit.ly/14ZagOP More information, registration and sponsorship opportunities available at http://startupproduct.com
Tonight our guest is Carol Donnelly Stevens, candidate for NYS Supreme Court Third Judicial District
The Third District encompasses Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties.
While Carol may not state her personal beliefs on many issues she will say she is a law abiding Concealed Carry gun owner and and advocate for the Second Amendment.
Langdon Winner is a political theorist who focuses upon social and political issues that surround modern technological change. His blog is Technopolis.
Professor Winner is the author of Autonomous Technology, a study of the idea of "technology-out-of-control" in modern social thought, The Whale and The Reactor: A Search for Limits in an Age of High Technology, and editor of Democracy in a Technological Society.
Praised by The Wall Street Journal as "The leading academic on the politics of technology", Mr. Winner was born and raised in San Luis Obispo, California.
He received his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from the University of California at Berkeley.
He is Professor of Political Science in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Author Dick Stiglitz
Taming The Dragons of Change
Dick Stieglitz acquired his leadership skills during forty years’ experience in industry and the U.S. Navy. He earned a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and served ten years as a U.S. naval officer refueling nuclear submarines.
After leaving the Navy, he became Vice President of a software company, and Director of Defense Consulting for an aerospace firm. In 1984, Dick founded a company that helped executives in Federal agencies change how the government does business.
Since he sold that company in 2006, he has devoted his time to writing and executive coaching. He is the author of three books:
Selmer Bringsjord specializes in the logico-mathematical and philosophical foundations of articial intelli-
gence (AI) and cognitive science, and in collaboratively building AI systems on the basis of computational
Bringsjord has long been on faculty at America's oldest technological university: Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY, where he currently holds appointments in the Department of Cognitive Science, the
Department of Computer Science, and the Lally School of Management & Technology, and where as a Full
Professor he teaches AI, formal logic, human and machine reasoning, philosophy of AI, other topics.
Bringsjord has consulted to and advised many companies in the general realm of intelligent systems.