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A podcast dedicated to better understanding MS and learning to live well with MS. Together, we'll explore a wide range of medical information, lifestyle choices, therapies and other care options that can have a huge impact on our existing MS symptoms, as well as work toward healing to slow our MS progression. MS impacts everyone uniquely, but together, we can all live better with MS. Join the flock!
 
• Spencer Dyle and Brett Jaksim bring you a weekly recruiting podcast on the Michigan State Spartans! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @msusportszone to stay up to date on all things Michigan State! • Follow Spencer on twitter @spencer_dyle • Follow Brett on twitter @OdellBretthamjr
 
Priority: a weekly service at the Mississippi State Baptist Student Union, helping students to know God and make him known. Tuesdays at 6:15 on the campus of Mississippi State University. Join us as we live life together, continually growing in our relationship with God. Hear speakers from across the country give insight into various aspects of the Christian walk.
 
Listen to your favorite sermons throughout the semester. Noonday, a lunchtime ministry of the Mississippi State Baptist Student Union, provides students with physical and spiritual growth. Come and enjoy friends, food, and fellowship. Join us weekly, wednesdays at noon at the Bsu located right off campus. The Mississippi State Baptist Student Union: helping students to know God and make him known.
 
Since its founding in 1947, the mission of the Michigan State University Press has been to be a catalyst for positive intellectual, social, and technological change through the publication of research and intellectual inquiry, making significant contributions to scholarship in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. In this podcast series, we interview MSU Press authors about their research and discuss scholarly publishing with the professionals who make it happen.
 
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Mark Largent: Welcome. My name is Mark Largent. I'm the associate provost and dean for undergraduate education at Michigan State University. And it is my pleasure to be your host today. I want to start by thanking the Spartan Jazz Quintet for their talent and their time and their contribution to this really wonderful ceremony today. I am so happy t…
 
In this episode, we'll look at all the ways we can safely boost our immune system functionality so we're best prepared for Fall. This is especially important this year with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic AND a predicted robust flu season. It's comforting to know there are safe ways we can better support our immune function so we can traverse the fut…
 
President Stanley: So, good afternoon everyone. I love the energy we have in this room right now. It's incredible. We've had a great past few weeks of welcoming students, faculty and staff back to campus. For our student athletes, how pleased I am to see them have the opportunity to be back with their teams and coaches preparing for an exciting yea…
 
In this episode we take a deep dive into two helpful research tools for MS that are freely available to us: Brain & Life and MS Focus. We'll take a book walk through the most recent Brain & Life issue to showcase the wide range of neurologic conditions and strategies for wellness that it covers. We'll also look briefly at the most recent issue of M…
 
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., was joined by Dr. Norm Beauchamp, MSU Executive Vice President for Health Sciences; Dr. Suzanne Lang, Associate Provost and Associate Vice President for Academic Human Resources; and Mr. Rick Fanning, Interim Associate Vice President for Human Resources. The discussion was moderated by MSU Vice President and C…
 
How much funding do we receive and what areas of MSU receive funds in this process? “The number changes a little bit every year, so the number I'm giving right now, which is $287 million is a number that we're getting this year,” says Bertram. “Now that's just in one line for one purpose. That's general operating dollars from the state of Michigan.…
 
What are some tips for adjusting from working from home back to a nine-to five-schedule in the office? First of all, be easy on yourself,” advises Hall. “We've been living in a weird state of reality for the past several months, and so practice some grace and show yourself some grace. We're so used to just rolling out of bed in our sweats and then …
 
In this episode, we'll learn more about essential oils and how they can help us on our journey toward better health. Specifically, we'll learn about Boyd Truman's Symphony of the Cells essential oil protocols. These protocols are designed to help us achieve optimal health across all body systems - or we can choose one based on specific symptoms we …
 
“It's great to be back,” Akmon says. “I did work here at the MSU Museum as an undergrad. I did what I like to affectionately refer to as grunt work, painting a lot of walls, helping with a lot of exhibitions, and putting the vinyl on the walls. I was an art history and museum studies student at the time. It's interesting to look back. I really thin…
 
Christine So (she/her) is ASMSU's Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer and Senior Advisor to APASO, that's the Asian Pacific American Student Organization. Kelly High McCord (she/her) is Director of Human Resources for Residential Hospitality Services. Dr. Ashley Green (she/her) is Assistant Dean of Administration and Director of Diversit…
 
The DEI Steering Committee was formed by MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. in December 2019 and is co-chaired by Wanda D Lipscomb PhD, associate professor of psychiatry and College of Human Medicine senior associate dean for diversity and inclusion and Luis Alonzo Garcia, director of Migrant Student Services. The committee was charged with …
 
A diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer interrupted Judy's career as an author. “Like for everyone else, it came at the worst possible time. But cancer really doesn't have a great time,” says Pearson. “I was a newlywed. I had met the man of my dreams. My youngest son had launched into a great career as an electrical engineer. And my oldest son…
 
“We're investing $10.8 million in the partnership,” says Fred Stephan, president of Amcor Flexibles North America. “The partnership will create an endowed chair of sustainability professorship. The chair will conduct research into sustainability in the circular economy. In combination with that, we're also contributing towards some necessary buildi…
 
“It's been a remarkable two years, Russ, and I'm so glad that as we look towards the fall to be a part of MSU and the important work that's going on here,” he says. “I think what still stands out the most since I've come is the people - the students, faculty, and staff, and the alums. The commitment and love they show for Michigan State University …
 
In this episode, we'll learn about the 6 principles of Trauma-Informed Care and why it's such an important healing tool for all of us. We'll look at how this framework is currently impacting healthcare in a very positive way, how we can find practitioners trained in TIC, and also how we can utilize the principles of Trauma-Informed Care in our own …
 
Harris talks about what attracted him to MSU and about some his favorite moments on the football field. And he describes his role as the first director of player engagement for Spartan Football. “It's a position centered around player development, and basically player development is everything off the field that we do with our student athletes,” Ha…
 
“I've worked in college athletics ever since I was an undergraduate student,” Baker says. “And much of my experience has been working directly with student athletes and coaches and being with the academic support side. As I navigated my career, I understood very early on the importance of working with people in our industry and what our environment…
 
In this episode Katin Houser joins Spencer Dyle and Brett Jaksim to talk about his commitment to Michigan State, and what stood out on his OV to MSU that made him realize this is the right place for him. Also, we discuss a few of the in state 2022 🏈 prospects left on the board and where we believe MSU stands with each!…
 
In this episode Michigan State 2022 TE commit Jack Nickel joins the show to talk his commitment to MSU, and why MSU stood out from other schools. Also, Spencer Dyle and Brett Jaksim break down the latest with Michigan State 2022 🏀 recruiting
 
Upon graduation, the Pontiac, Michigan native applied for a position in the Secret Service. While waiting to hear back. He began a career in insurance, which gradually led him into human resources work. Without even realizing it, Cubia was beginning his work in diversity, equity, and inclusion before that work had a name. “What I found along my jou…
 
“Historically at MSU students have had a formal record of their credit bearing and learning through the academic transcript. And we at MSU know students are engaging in thousands of opportunities that are non-credit bearing and tied to MSU's undergraduate learning goals. And that has led to the creation of My Spartan Story and the Spartan Experienc…
 
And if that first name sounds familiar, Hannah Zimmerman is the great granddaughter of renowned MSU president John Hannah. She's on campus exploring her great grandfather's archives in the MSU library to learn more about his legacy and how it inspires her. “John Hannah was my great grandfather, and I grew up in his legacy,” Zimmerman says. “I knew …
 
In this episode Spencer Dyle and Brett Jaksim discuss Michigan State landing two commitments this past week in Ade Willie and Jack Nickel. Also, discuss the latest surrounding what prospects MSU sits well with, and what the Thomas Wilcher hire means for in state prospects in 2022 and beyond! #gogreen✅…
 
In this episode we'll discuss everything we need to know about MS and visual impairment. We'll dive into the research, diagnosis processes, and typical treatment protocols for a variety of visual disturbances common for people with MS, including Optic Neuritis and Photophobia. We'll also cover helpful strategies and tools that exist for us to use t…
 
In this episode Spencer Dyle and Brett Jaksim discuss the latest developments in the Michigan State 🏈 recruiting world. They dive into the latest with Dillon Tatum, the WR board getting potentially reset, and Katin Houser’s commitment means for MSU!
 
“It's been a great partnership over the years,” Emmerich says. “Not only are we at Schupan big Michigan State fans, we're fans of what you do and what your radio station puts out to the greater public. You cover a lot of really important subjects and we are thrilled to be a part of that. “Schupan is a locally owned, Kalamazoo, Michigan based compan…
 
“You can tell two things from the length of my title,“ says Largent. “The associate provost and dean of undergraduate education's responsibility is to coordinate the undergraduate experience, especially in and around the classroom, across the 169 majors in our 17 different degree granting colleges. My job is, from the central unit, like the federal…
 
“The basics are pretty much the same, but I think one of the things that's happened in the pandemic is that more people are much more aware of what nursing is about.” Rasch says in response to Beekman’s opening question about how nursing has evolved and what the profession’s future looks like. “When people hear nursing, what they hear or what they …
 
“The work we do in the Hub is around designing for change in higher education,” says Gretter. “What that means is we focus specifically on learning experience design. Our work can range from helping faculty members or units redesign their curriculum to creating a new learning experience, like the Apple Developer Academy, which encompasses the whole…
 
In this edition of the MSU Today podcast, four MSU scholars discuss the sustained significance and impact of Juneteenth. “I am not one who grew up participating in or knowing about Juneteenth,” says Dr. Tamura Lomax (she/her), Foundational Associate Professor in MSU’s Department of African American and African Studies (AAAS). “I didn't learn about …
 
Regarding CANR’s rankings in the 2021 Quacquarelli Symonds World Research Rankings, Hendrick is justifiably proud. “It’s an honor for us to be in the top 10,” says Hendrick. “If you look at where we sit within the U.S., we're still in the top handful of programs and always have been. Really, what this measures is our scientific impact, the quality …
 
Jody Conradi Stark, Ph.D, is a board-certified music therapist with over 35 years of experience. Her work and research have contributed to that growing body and has impacted numerous populations including psychiatric, cognitively impaired, autism spectrum disorder, veterans, medical, and hospice. Jody is the site director of music therapy clinical …
 
During the German Occupation from 1940 to 1944, Resistance fighters, Parisian youth, and French prisoners of war mined a vast repertoire from a long national musical tradition and a burgeoning international entertainment industry, embracing music as a rhetorical resource with which to destabilize Nazi ideology and contest collaborationist Vichy pro…
 
Is it better for us to be selfless or selfish? Which way do you tend to lean? In this episode, we'll explore the continuum that exists between selflessness and selfishness. We'll deconstruct each term, look at what the research says about the benefits and pitfalls of each approach, and how to determine when it's healthiest to employ each approach t…
 
“She has a long and storied career at Michigan State, both as a student and for many years in our central advancement office,” says Spartans Athletic Director Bill Beekman. “And most recently within the College of Music, where she was the principal fundraiser for the Billman Music Pavilion, a truly spectacular facility that sits in the center part …
 
“We have about 15,000 former athletes who we represent,” says Johnson. “My job is connecting and engaging with them and making sure they feel welcome whenever they come back to MSU. And after they have left MSU, how can we extend an arm to them in their life journey? My job right now is working with all of our coaches and trying to find out how I c…
 
“It's fascinating because it's a mix of things that you could have seen coming and stuff that nobody ever imagined,” says Phelan, in talking about the state and future of the automotive industry. “The move toward electrification and reduced carbon emissions seems to really be gathering speed with vehicles that will become mainstream models. And mor…
 
She comes to MSU Law from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Law, where she joined the faculty in 1989 as a full professor and holds the Evjue-Bascom Professorship. She was a visiting professor at both Georgetown University Law Center and Harvard Law School. At Harvard, she was the first African American woman to teach at the law school.…
 
Nothing is off-limits in Smuggling Elephants through Airport Security. This ultimately American text positions big ideas in public spaces, often discovering the absurdity and humor in such connections. Johnson makes poetry of the dizzying influences affecting the post-postmodern American, skipping whimsically from the Pixies to Plato’s “Allegory of…
 
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Casey Berkebile, a seasoned and highly skilled Naturopath. She'll share with us the Naturopathic approach to healing for MS: the areas she typically explores with her patients, as well as several relevant and inspiring success stories. Dr. Casey will also share important tools to help you find a qualified Naturopath…
 
Before talking with Hammersmith, Grossmann and Weinfeld discuss the implications of loosening mask restrictions, the recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline, and the “enormous” influx of federal dollars into Michigan’s state budget. The money is very helpful to Michigan communities in many ways, but Grossmann cautions that “the spigot is …
 
“Kaiser Family Foundation has done some interesting survey work,” says Finkelstein. “Looking at the rates of anxiety and depression type symptoms in 2019 compared to now, there's been a huge bump. Anxiety and depression symptoms and substance use are all on the rise. Interestingly, the suicide rate has not risen to the extent that people were conce…
 
“I have such fond memories, and I love to get back whenever I can and see the beautiful campus,” Sena says. “I think only later in life do you realize how fortunate you were to be at such an amazing place to get your education. It's really cool.” Sena describes her career path from leaving MSU in 1985 to where she is today leading Suzanne Sena Crea…
 
The Beautiful Skin: Football, Fantasy, and Cinematic Bodies in Africa is an original and provocative study of contemporary African film and literature. In the book, Vlad Dima investigates how football and cinema express individual and collective fantasies. Shedding new light on both well-known and less familiar films, The Beautiful Skin asks just w…
 
“It has been a very active year for us,” Beekman tells White. “With the challenges of the pandemic we've been facing, it really is quite extraordinary. Our team has done a really special job. I would be remiss to not acknowledge the work of our athletic trainers as the sort of frontline workers in athletics. They have administered literally thousan…
 
Edwards talks about the plethora of services available to student-athletes through SASS at the Clara Bell Smith Student Athlete Academic Center. And he discusses the recent academic gala, which annually celebrates the academic achievements of Spartan student-athletes. Gove (men’s track and field and cross country) and Szabo (women’s tennis) talk ab…
 
In this episode, we explore Behavioral Activation as a way to find motivation, and to infuse more joy and satisfaction into our daily lives. Employing Behavioral Activation strategies help us overcome the mental and physical anguish that we often experience living with chronic illness. Research shows that by incorporating Behavioral Activation conc…
 
The Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct (RVSM) strategic plan builds on the work of the RVSM Expert Advisory Workgroup, which has been a major driver of RVSM efforts on campus and was tasked with creating a values-driven operational plan with recommended initiatives, timelines and metrics. The Workgroup — co-chaired by Dr. Rebecca Campbell,…
 
Before exploring Carnahan’s work, Weinfeld, Ballard, and Grossmann talk about the impact of the Derek Chauvin conviction and the likelihood that it increases the chances for federal legislation. They say some more modest reform legislation could pass in some states, but that federal action is unlikely. They talk about how important video was to the…
 
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