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Andrews Speaks digs deep, highlighting cutting-edge research, thoughtful spiritual presentations and real stories of real people at Andrews University. Episodes explore ways that faculty, staff, students and alumni of Andrews University seek knowledge, affirm faith and change the world. And, naturally, there will be intersectionality between categories. 

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Bill Wolfer, Failure

Posted on April 30, 2020

in this episode bill wolfer argues that failure is an important part of the learning process, an unavoidable feature of the road to success.

体育滚球投注app bill wolfer is an assistant professor of computer science, chair of the department of computing, and director of the center for innovation & entrepreneurship.

also in this episode, carlisle sutton is back with another video for the world changers 360 segment. rather than showcasing a program by a campus group, this video is a message from seventh-day adventist general conference president, elder ted wilson. he thanks the andrews community for service to humanity as an expression of faith, and he also encourages us to continue searching for creative ways to bless others in our local community and around the world.

AUDIO PODCAST

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VIDEO EDITION

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this presentation on creativity, failure and success is the final episode of season 2 of the andrews speaks podcast. thank you for listening to this season as we addressed a number of important issues—change, mental and physical health, science and faith, environmental activism, racial injustice, and creativity. we'll see you again soon for season 3!

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   Jeff Boyd
   
   269-471-3042

Andrews Speaks Podcast: Dr. Brand, Play+Creativity

Posted on April 27, 2020

体育滚球投注app in this episode dr. jay brand invites us to again learn to play. to this end, he introduces us to the important concepts of divergent thinking and deep empathy. dr. brand is a professor of leadership and higher education, and he has extensive experience in both academia and business.

Carlisle Sutton is also back with another video for the World Changers 360° segment. This time he shares a ministry that is serving in Cuba.

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Andrews Speaks: Social Consciousness Summit

Posted on April 24, 2020

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8th Annual Social Consciousness Summit (Apr 23, 2020)
体育滚球投注app Theme: “COVID-19: Understanding and Breaking the Socio-Economic and Racial Disparities”

体育滚球投注app michael nixon, andrews university vp for diversity & inclusion, moderates the discussion, where panelists seek to carefully explore some of the core reasons for the racial and socioeconomic disparities that have come to light in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic and discuss what these disparities reveal to us about the inequities that predated this pandemic; how the pandemic has worsened those inequities; and the policies and practices we can advocate for to begin the process of addressing them.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

AUDIO PODCAST

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VIDEO EDITION

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PANELIST BIO SKETCHES:

Dr. Harvey Burnett, Associate Professor of Psychology and Chair of the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at AU. His family is from the Grand Portage Band of Ojibwas.
Dr. Lynn Todman, Executive Director for Population Health at Spectrum Health Lakeland in St. Joseph, Michigan. In her role, she helps set the strategic direction of the health system efforts to improve population health and reduce health inequities. Dr. Todman is also the catalyst behind Community Grand Rounds, a speaker series designed to educate healthcare providers and community members about the connection between racism and health and to use that education to narrow health inequities in Berrien County, MI.
Dr. Padma Tadi Uppala, Professor and Chair of the School of Population Health, Nutrition and Wellness at Andrews University, and also Program Director for Public Health. She has received several grants and conducted research in the areas of breast cancer and minority health.
Ingrid Weiss Slikkers, Assistant Professor of Social Work, has been a social worker and therapist since the early 90s and currently teaches at Andrews. She comes from an Uruguayan/Argentinean family and has done focused work with the Latino community. Over the last 7 years, she has worked locally with programs for refugees coming from overseas and immigrants, specifically unaccompanied immigrant children. As the director of the new Trauma Center at Andrews, which was featured in the previous episode of this podcast, she has had the opportunity to take graduate students to work on the Navajo Reservation and also traveled abroad two refugee camps to educate and help with trauma.
Twyla Smith, Assistant Professor of Social Work & Director of Field Education at AU
Nicki Britten, Health Officer for the Berrien County Health Department
Dr. Anita Fernander, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science in the College of Medicine at the University of Kentucky. Her primary area of research and teaching has focused on examining the impact of race-related stress on health disparities among African Americans. Her current scholarly passion is focused on increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in medicine, training and mentoring students and faculty regarding cultural humility, and promoting diversity, inclusivity, and equity in academic medicine. She is also the Founder & Chair of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Disparities Coalition.
Dr. Brandy Lovelady Mitchell体育滚球投注app, Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for the Kent Intermediate School District

SPONSORS:

  • Spectrum Health Lakeland
  • Andrews University Office for Diversity and Inclusion
  • AU Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center
  • Office of Research & Creative Scholarship
  • Office of the Provost

EVENT PLANNING COMMITTEE:

  • Jerry Price (Manager for Inclusion & Diversity at Spectrum Health Lakeland)
  • Carlisle Sutton (Director of Community Engagement, Integration & Services at Andrews University)
  • Michael Nixon (Andrews University Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion)
  • Jeff Boyd (Andrews University Office of Research & Creative Scholarship)
Contact:
   Jeff Boyd
   
   269-471-3042

Andrews Speaks Podcast: Dr. Burdick - Isaac Newton

Posted on April 23, 2020

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Dr. Gary Burdick presents on the influence that Isaac Newton had on science and on Adventist theology. Additionally, Chaplain José Bourget continues the on-going segment called Sacred Spaces. Finally, Carlisle Sutton concludes the episode with World Changers 360°.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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VIDEO EDITION: View the video on  or in the player below.

 

体育滚球投注app learn more about newton's folio held in the james white library:

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  •  (newton project translation)

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Ingrid Slikkers - Trauma

Posted on April 23, 2020

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in this episode, we learn about the international center for trauma education & care and also about dealing with trauma and stress in our lives. to present on these themes, social work professor ingrid slikkers is joined by 3 graduate students – erick pena, katelyn campbell, donna campbell.

jose bourget also returns to lead a reflection on time for the series on sacred spaces. and carlisle continues world changers 360 with a video about the renaissance kids program.

Co-curricular credit 体育滚球投注appis available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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1) International Center for Trauma Education & Care - bursapda.com/cas/socialwork/traumacare/index.html
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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Rachel Lamb, Creation Care

Posted on April 20, 2020

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in this interview, rachel lamb discusses her faith, research and activism in the context of creation care, specifically focusing on climate change. rachel is currently a phd candidate in geographical sciences at the university of maryland, college park. previously she served as the national organizer and spokesperson for young evangelicals for climate action, and in 2015 she was recognized as a “champion of change” by the obama administration for her work on climate action in faith communities.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Dr. Bosman - Math & God

Posted on April 16, 2020

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dr. anthony bosman gives a creative and striking presentation connecting mathematics and faith. additionally, chaplain josé bourget continues the on-going segment called sacred spaces. finally, carlisle sutton concludes the episode with world changers 360°.

Co-curricular credit 体育滚球投注appis available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Dominique Gummelt - Health

Posted on April 10, 2020

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dr. dominique gummelt shares her personal story relating to physical health before giving practical guidance on how to pursue wellness in our own lives. additionally, chaplain josé bourget continues the on-going segment called sacred spaces. today he uses an access ramp to consider life on campus as well as our connection to god. finally, carlisle sutton concludes the episode with “world changers 360°,” featuring a video that presents the community engagement activities of the school of nursing.

Co-curricular credit 体育滚球投注appis available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Dr. Fisher - Mental Health

Posted on April 9, 2020

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dr. judith fisher encourages the andrews community to cultivate mental health even in times of stress and difficulty. she reminds us that we were made to thrive! chaplain josé bourget continues the ongoing segment called sacred spaces. this time he speaks to us from the steps in front of the james white library. finally, in the video edition, carlisle sutton concludes the episode with “world changers 360°,” featuring a video that looks at homelessness and addiction on the streets of chicago.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Harvey Burnett - Armor

Posted on April 8, 2020

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Dr. Harvey Burnett体育滚球投注app presents on his research exploring the concept of psychological body armor. Additionally, Chaplain José Bourget continues the on-going segment called "Sacred Spaces." Here he leads a reflection on the doors we pass through every day. In the video edition, Carlisle Sutton concludes the episode with “World Changers 360°,” featuring a video on the work of the Human Empowerment Life Project or H.E.L.P.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Andrea Luxton - Change

Posted on April 7, 2020

体育滚球投注app cc credit. in episode 1 of this series, president luxton reflects on change as it is explored in three different novels. additionally, chaplain josé bourget introduces a segment we're calling "sacred spaces," which invites us to view our surroundings with new eyes. and in the video version of this episode, carlisle sutton shares a video produced by enactus (not included in the audio podcast).

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When the episode is completed, to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Liz Muhlenbeck - Change

Posted on April 2, 2020

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Dr. Liz Muhlenbeck, associate professor of management and Adventist Health System Endowed Chair, analyzes change from a management or business perspective, making the theme accessible and applicable to a wide audience.

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When you have completed the episode,  to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Andrea Luxton - Change

Posted on April 1, 2020

in episode 1 of this series, president luxton reflects on change as it is explored in three different novels. additionally, chaplain josé bourget introduces a segment we're calling "sacred spaces," which invites us to view our surroundings with new eyes. and in the video version of this episode, carlisle sutton shares a video produced by enactus (not included in the audio podcast).

Co-curricular credit is available for students, whether listening to the podcast or watching the video. When the episode is completed, to answer a reflection question online to receive credit.

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Andrews Speaks Podcast: Launching Season 2

Posted on March 31, 2020

this episode introduces season 2, which will be 15 installments through the end of spring semester 2020. the conversation explores living, learning and serving in a time of social distancing. season 2 episodes will be released as videos and as audio podcasts.

Episode Participants

michael nixon (vice president for diversity & inclusion), steve yeagley (assistant vice president for campus & student life), danielle pilgrim (associate chaplain, campus ministries), teela ruehle (director of service & missions, campus ministries), josé bourget (university chaplain, campus ministries), and jeff boyd (podcast producer).

Video Edition

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Audio Podcast

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体育滚球投注app thank you for joining us for this episode. we hope the conversation was both helpful and meaningful, and we invite you to subscribe to this podcast on or .

Credits

Theme Music: “Onward” by Podington Bear ()
Sound Engineer & Producer: Jeff Boyd, Office of Research & Creative Scholarship
Copyright: ©2020 Andrews University

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Andrews Speaks 004: Dr. Bernard Taylor

Posted on January 10, 2019

in the fourth episode of the andrews speaks podcast, dr. bernard taylor shares about his career in ministry and biblical translation.

dr. taylor is research professor in septuagint studies in the loma linda university school of religion. over his career, he has been a pastor in new zealand and australia as well as at the loma linda university church. he earned a ba in biblical studies from avondale college in australia, an ma in biblical languages from andrews university, and a phd in hebraic studies from hebrew union college. he has published extensively on biblical translation, including the "analytical lexicon to the septuagint," published by hendrickson in 2009.

体育滚球投注app the presentation was given at an andrews university vespers co-sponsored by the j.n. andrews honors program and the office of research & creative scholarship.

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our theme music is “onward” by , and it was accessed at the free music archive.

CREDITS
Theme Music: “Onward” by Podington Bear (Free Music Archive)
Sound Engineer & Producer: Jeff Boyd, Office of Research & Creative Scholarship
Copyright: ©2018 Andrews University

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Andrews Speaks 003: MLKing Vigil

Posted on April 25, 2018

welcome to the third episode of the andrews speaks podcast. this episode is a recording of an event held at andrews university commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of dr. martin luther king jr. michael nixon, vice president for diversity & inclusion, coordinated the vigil as the opening event for the .

体育滚球投注app speakers include andrea luxton, andrews university president, congressman fred upton, and dwight k. nelson, pioneer memorial church lead pastor. also, troy patterson thomas powerfully performs portions of five of king’s speeches.

体育滚球投注app because of copyright issues, we regretfully had to delete three portions of the event recording—a video clip of john legend, a youtube video of robert f. kennedy announcing king’s murder, and a live performance of “take my hand, precious lord,” by tacyana nixon and christopher whitaker.

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SHOW NOTES

The MLK Commemorative Vigil
50 Years Later… Are We Living the Dream?

What is Your Life’s Blueprint?*

reflection #1 and opening prayer—pastor dwight nelson, lead pastor, pioneer memorial church

Letter From a Birmingham Jail*

体育滚球投注app reflection #2—andrea luxton, president, andrews university

体育滚球投注app reflection #3—congressman fred upton, u.s. representative (mi-06)

I Have a Dream*

体育滚球投注app reflection #4—nicholas miller, director of religious liberty and public affairs, lake union conference of seventh-day adventists

reflection #5—carmelo mercado, general vice president, lake union conference of seventh-day adventists

How Long, Not Long*

reflection #6—michael nixon, vice president for diversity & inclusion, andrews university

体育滚球投注app reflection #7—taurus montgomery, senior pastor, harbor of hope sda church.

I’ve Been to the Mountaintop*

体育滚球投注app "take my hand, precious lord"—tacyana nixon (vocalist) & christopher whitaker (pianist)

体育滚球投注app closing remarks and prayer—jeff boyd, executive director, adventist peace fellowship and research support specialist for the andrews university office of research & creative scholarship

*These speeches performed by Troy Patterson Thomas

CONCLUSION

体育滚球投注app thank you, listeners, for joining us for this episode. we hope you enjoyed the event recording, and we invite you to subscribe to this podcast on or .

体育滚球投注app our theme music is “” by podington bear, and it was accessed at the free music archive.

until our next story, let’s go seek knowledge, affirm faith and change the world.

CREDITS

Event Coordinator: Michael Nixon, Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Theme Music: “Onward” by Podington Bear ()
Sound Engineer & Producer: Jeff Boyd, Office of Research & Creative Scholarship
Executive Producer: Gillian Sanner, Integrated Marketing & Communication
Copyright: ©2018 Andrews University

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   Jeff Boyd
   
   269-471-3042

Andrews Speaks 002: Tiffany Summerscales & LIGO

Posted on November 29, 2017

体育滚球投注app welcome to the second episode of the andrews speaks podcast. we invite you to subscribe to this podcast on  or  (google play is in the works).

In this episode Dr. Tiffany Summerscales shares about her research on gravitational waves, which Einstein predicted in his general theory of relativity. This interview took place in late November 2017.

体育滚球投注app tiffany is a professor of physics at andrews university, where she began teaching in 2006. she is currently a member of the ligo scientific collaboration (lsc), ligo being an acronym for the laser interferometer gravitational-wave observatory. tiffany currently works on projects involving ligo detector characterization and the problem of extracting gravitational wave information from a network of detectors. 

SHOW NOTES & RELATED LINKS


SPECIAL THANKS

体育滚球投注app we thank  for inviting us to record in their studio. waus broadcasts from the john and dede howard studios in the howard performing arts center on the campus of andrews university. this support means a lot to us.

CREDITS

Theme Music: “Onward” by Podington Bear ()
Interviewer: Jeff Boyd, Office of Research & Creative Scholarship
Sound Engineer: Jeff Smith, WAUS 90.7 FM
Producer: Jeff Boyd
Executive Producer: Gillian Sanner, Integrated Marketing & Communication

体育滚球投注app copyright: ©2017 andrews university

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Andrews Launches New Podcast: Andrews Speaks

Posted on October 19, 2017

Andrews Speaks 001: Michael Nixon

WELCOME

Welcome to Andrews Speaks, the brand new podcast of Andrews University. We’re excited to present Episode 1, a conversation with Michael Nixon, Esquire. Michael is the University’s new Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion. This conversation took place in late August 2017.

PODCAST DESCRIPTION

体育滚球投注app in andrews speaks we will explore stories brought to you by students, faculty, staff and campus guests. the topics will be in three broad categories consistent with the university’s motto to “seek knowledge. affirm faith. change the world.” each episode will present a story centered on one of these three themes – (a) education and research, (b) spirituality and (c) engagement with our world. and naturally, most stories will have some intersectionality between categories.

we hope you’ll subscribe to the podcast so you can engage with these stories. you can find andrews speaks on  and . google play will be coming soon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EPISODE 1 INTRODUCTION

in this first episode, becky st. clair interviews michael nixon, who recently returned to the andrews university campus. together they discuss michael’s mission and vision for the andrews university family, which is one of the most ethnically diverse educational communities in the u.s. ().

SHOW NOTES

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

体育滚球投注app becky st clair for making this podcast happen. it was her brainchild, and we’re sorry to have lost becky to a sister school just as the dream comes alive. without her leadership this would never have been anything more than a fun idea. so becky, we miss you, but god lead you and your family forward!

体育滚球投注app on the campus of andrews university for allowing us to record this episode in your green room, one of the few quiet corners on campus. and in advance, we thank for inviting us to record future episodes in your studio. waus broadcasts from the john and dede howard studios on the campus of andrews university. this collaboration will give us significantly improved audio quality for future conversations.

体育滚球投注app for supporting this episode. to record the conversation with becky and michael, jeff boyd used apf equipment he had on hand for recording the .

Credits:

Theme Music: “Onward” by Podington Bear ()
Interviewer: Becky St Clair
Sound Engineer: Jeff Boyd
Producer: Jeff Boyd
体育滚球投注app Executive Producer: Becky St Clair

体育滚球投注app copyright: ©2017 andrews university

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