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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!
 
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.
 
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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.
 
Interested in learning about TV and video production from industry professionals? Well, they may not be professionals, but the team at MSU Telecasters is the next best thing! Nearly Clickbait is an Impact 89FM exclusive entertainment podcast dedicated to the creative processes involved in student filmmaking. Whether it's in-depth interviews that cover various aspects of production, lost scripts repurposed as audio productions, or commentary on the latest industry news, Nearly Clickbait has i ...
 
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Schram is retiring as executive director and general manager of Michigan Radio after an influential 47-year career in Michigan’s radio industry. Schram reflects on his rewarding career and describes how he fell in love with radio as a 10-year-old boy thanks to listening to Top 40 radio while visiting a cousin in New Jersey in 1963. And Steve tells …
 
Emmerich talks about the “tremendous growth” Schupan has experienced in the last five years, growing from about 400 employees to 650. “In a nutshell, we’re an aluminum scrap processer and marketer of materials, and we’re an aluminum and plastics manufacturer and distributor. We’re family-owned and over 50 years old and headquartered in Kalamazoo. W…
 
Woodruff reflects on this “heavy moment for the institution,” President Stanley’s legacy, and her new role guiding MSU. “Being president is not something that I sought and, right up until the last minute, didn't expect in many ways. There have been a series of abrupt changes at MSU. I also appreciate that for many within Spartan nation, this seems …
 
This was done through several projects including the establishment of the MSU Operations Center — a facility that will centralize the university’s security systems and technology through MSU’s Department of Police and Public Safety which is expected to be largely operational by the end of the year. The goal is to ensure a more comprehensive and rob…
 
The center, which launched in June 2022, is housed within the MSU College of Education and the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education. The center's co-directors and other personnel work with individuals and partner with researchers, service providers, employers, and policy makers to provide and efficiently dissemina…
 
Did pandemic school shutdowns put Michigan's students behind? If so, are our children catching back up? This month, Matt Grossmann, Arnold Weinfeld, and Charles Ballard from MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research try to get to the bottom of those questions with Tara Kilbride, assistant director for research at the Education Policy In…
 
In this episode, we’ll examine several helpful resources addressing brain health. We’ll learn how to identify our unique brain type and what that means in terms of our current — and future (!) ability to be healthy and happy. We’ll discuss a resource that helps us break the fear-pain thought cycle to help reduce our physical pain, and another that …
 
Comparoni talks about why he chose MSU after growing up in northern Oakland County and how the university impacted him. He says he was attracted to MSU’s journalism program and wasn’t concerned about MSU’s size. And he describes how his friend and roommate just happened to pick up an application to work at the State News. “The size of the universit…
 
“These have been challenging weeks for me personally. I made the extraordinarily difficult decision to submit a 90-day notice of resignation to the Board of Trustees. And this is really because I felt that the Board was taking some actions that would make it difficult for me to really fulfill my responsibilities as president. The fundamentals at Mi…
 
Today, I have four distinguished Spartans with me to discuss Hispanic Heritage. Deyanira Nevarez Martinez is assistant professor in the Urban and Regional Planning Program in the School of Planning, Design and Construction. Francisco Villarruel is interim director of the Julian Samora Research Institute and professor of Human Development and Family…
 
“We are advocates for the university,” says Wilbur. “We have a federal operation in Washington DC. Those two or three people work with Congress and the administration and the various departments and agencies. In Michigan, Katie and I work the state legislature. That's where we receive our largest sum of money on an annual basis for operational doll…
 
Coach Bibbs coached track and field at MSU from 1968 through 1995. His deep commitment to youth and passion for the sport has gained the respect of countless colleagues, athletes, parents, and friends nationwide. The theme for MSU Homecoming 2022 is Spartans Bring the Magic. “Being grand marshal might be the greatest honor I’ve received, and I’ve r…
 
A new semester and academic year are well underway as MSU welcomed more than 9,800 incoming students to campus, our largest and one of our most diverse incoming groups ever. “We also had 1,400 transfer students coming in, which is also the largest. There are a lot of new individuals coming to the campus and I know people have reached out and made s…
 
In this episode, we’ll look into the psychology of September and learn why it’s the most powerful month to set personal goals. We’ll also talk about how this time of year can be an extra vulnerable time for those of us living with MS, and how to minimize those risks. Listen in, and get some helpful tips to help YOU harness the power of September, s…
 
On this month’s State of the State Podcast, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research Assistant Director Arnold Weinfeld, along with Institute Director, Dr. Matt Grossmann and Economist Dr. Charles Ballard discuss the current state of the economy including the impact of the continued rates hikes by the Federal Reserve on the economy and the u…
 
In this new role, Henderson oversees student-facing areas associated with health, mental and physical wellness, and student athlete engagement. He oversees many of the areas that support student athletes beyond their sport-specific training. This means athletic training, academic support, career development, nutrition, and strength and conditioning…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by David Lyons, an elite fitness expert and bodybuilder as well as the founder of OptimalBody Fitness, and the MS Fitness Challenge program and podcast. After David’s MS diagnosis, he used bodybuilding and weightlifting as his primary tools to first recover - and now maintain his health & wellness. David is an exemplar…
 
WKAR Public Media is celebrating a century of service as AM 870 went on the air in August of 1922. Wharton Center for Performing Arts is celebrating 40 years of providing a wide array of world class arts and entertainment for mid-Michigan and beyond. And the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum opened its doors 10 years ago. The three leaders of these M…
 
She's also open about being sober and how her ongoing recovery has transformed her life from, as she says, a stark soul-sick place to one rich with friends and activities she loves to do like reading by the lake on a Michigan summer day, supporting working women in any way she can, and connecting with college students and young adults who have cour…
 
As the chief continues to reorganize the department, today we’re focusing on the Police Services Bureau. We have with us today Captain Sherief Fadly. He leads the Patrol Division inside the Police Services Bureau. And Captain Dan Munford oversees the Community Engagement Unit. “The Community Engagement Unit is a team comprised of four sergeants and…
 
McPherson’s wife Joanne, who as First Lady of Michigan State University founded Safe Place, the first shelter at a university to provide support for victims of domestic violence and stalking, died in June. “She was so dedicated to Safe Place and so committed to having it work. Of course, now after all these decades really, it's worked very well. Sh…
 
In this episode, we'll learn about LDN (Low-Dose Naltrexone), as a potential healing tool for MS. We'll learn how LDN impacts the body and about the many emerging studies showing how LDN can accelerate healing for MS and a growing number of ailments. I'll share several LDN FaceBook groups as well as the most reliable source of information regarding…
 
“On November 10 the museum will turn 10 years old. When the museum opened and was founded in 2012, there was a great outpouring and show of support and excitement," says Bridges. "That’s continued through the years, and we’ve softened some of the hard angles, if you will, of the museum to bring in a better diversity of audiences and build a sense o…
 
I had the pleasure and privilege of talking with Dr. Potchen in the summer of 2007 in his beautiful Radiology Healing Gardens. He was an early and enthusiastic supporter of the MSU/WJR partnership. This is an encore presentation of that conversation. “My job as I see it is the development of human capital,” he says. “I’m trying to enhance other peo…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by poet Robert Gillett, author of Thoughts of a Warrior - Beneath the Tracksuit. Robbie shares his personal pathway to poetry, which he uses as a tool to express the fear, pain, and frustration that he experiences as someone living with MS. We’ll talk about the unique MS challenges we face that are powerful themes in his…
 
There’s a buzz in the air as fall semester gets underway. “I'm incredibly excited. And I think if we were to measure my resting heart rate right now, we'd find that it's higher than it normally is because this is an exciting time for us. And as we start the new year, we're anticipating perhaps our largest entering class ever in the first-year class…
 
The guest this month is Johannes Bauer, Director of the Quello Center at Michigan State University discussing the new MOON-Light project. Spearheaded by MSU and funded by a $10.5 million federal Broadband Infrastructure Program grant through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), the Michigan Open Optical Network – L…
 
“When the opportunity came around to consider this position, it was a no brainer for me,” says Olmscheid. “It was a great opportunity. I think Michigan is a beautiful state. My home state is Minnesota and it’s similar. Michigan is uniquely different in its own way. There are so many parallels to Minnesota and Michigan that I loved. But more importa…
 
Dan Gould has recently retired as director of the institute. He’s a professor of kinesiology and the emeritus Gwendolyn Norrell Professor of Youth Sport and Student Athlete Well Being. Karin Pfeiffer is also a professor of kinesiology and is assuming the role of director from Dan. Gould talks about the institute being born out of the state legislat…
 
The W. M. Keck Foundation has awarded Michigan State University’s Marcos Dantus and Elad Harel $1.3 million to start a new revolution in the way we use optical microscopes to understand the living world. The philanthropic grant is one of six awarded nationally by the Keck Foundation in 2022 for science and engineering. This also marks the first tim…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by the creator of the Gupta Program, Ashok Gupta. We'll hear about Ashok's personal journey with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), and learn how he explored pathways to heal through neuroplasticity and limbic reprocessing. Once he healed himself, he created the GuptaProgram.com so that others with similar neuro-immune c…
 
Jackson describes his background and talks about what attracted him to MSU. “Michigan State really is the prototype for what land grants were built on, and to be at the epicenter for the commitment to the roles and functions that a state should give to its citizens from a post-secondary education opportunity just seemed very opportune. I was also a…
 
You can find out more about MSU Press at msupress.org and other fine booksellers. Catherine is on Twitter @catherine_msup and Caitlin is @ctredits. You can connect with the press on Facebook and @msupress on Twitter, where you can also find me @kurtmilb. Resources mentioned in the episode include #ASKUP, the UP subject grid, Furnace and Fugue, loca…
 
Join Dr Susan Payrovi and I as we discuss the healing power of intention, education, and community. We’ll address mindset, belief, self-compassion, the healing process, alternative therapies for MS beyond our neurologic care, AND the importance of community. While we’ve talked about a lot of these elements of healing before, this time we’ll each sh…
 
Bkejwanong means “where the waters part,” but the waters of St. Clair River are not a point of separation. The same waters that sustain life on and around Bkejwanong—formerly known as Walpole Island, Ontario—flow down into Chippewas of the Thames, the community to which author Monty McGahey II belongs. While there are no living fluent speakers of A…
 
“Strategic communication is one of those terms that we hear thrown around a lot in the communication field. And what we're talking about with strategic communication really is the idea that we all communicate with each other daily, in organizations, interpersonally, with family and friends. And that communication is designed to relay a message betw…
 
An avid high school debater and enthusiastic student body president, Craig Smith seemed destined for a life in public service from an early age. As a sought-after speechwriter, Smith had a front-row seat at some of the most important events of the twentieth century, meeting with Robert Kennedy and Richard Nixon, advising Governor Ronald Reagan, wri…
 
The academy in Detroit is the first in the United States, launched as part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative. The free program offers students an opportunity to become entrepreneurs and app developers by learning the fundamentals of coding, design, marketing, and project management — with an emphasis on inclusivity and making a positi…
 
In this episode, I'll share my recent MS-related learnings from this year's Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) Annual Conference. I'll share in detail the latest developments in neuroscience focused on the gut-immune connection, and what this means for us as people living with MS. We'll also explore cutting-edge sleep study news, why sleep is e…
 
You're in Detroit this week to congratulate the inaugural class of graduates of the Apple Developer Academy. Remind us of the academy's evolution and mission. “The academy is a groundbreaking opportunity for individuals in Detroit and all of Michigan. And this is the first Apple Developer Academy in the United States. It's an opportunity for indivi…
 
“Our overall goal at MSU Sports Medicine is to be a single location for patients and athletes alike to come when they're having pain, ailments, or even just looking for advice on how to get active and stay active,” says Nate Fitton, a team physician at the MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. “Our ultimate goal for all patients is…
 
Meet Rhonda! In this episode, we'll meet Rhonda, in an effort to highlight someone striving to live well with MS. Rhonda has lived with MS for a very long time and has experienced many MS symptoms over her lifetime thus far. Last year she discovered several resources that have enabled her to accelerate her healing and regain many of the abilities t…
 
This year's keynote speaker is College of Arts and Letters English professor Julian Chambliss, who has a focus on popular culture, comics, and digital humanities, and his research explores race, identity, and power in urban spaces. His address is titled “Not Only Darkness: The Legacy and Future of Black Speculative Practice.” Chambliss' keynote wil…
 
In this episode, we'll chat with Dr. Susan Payrovi about an upcoming learning opportunity for members of the MS community: The 12-Day Detox Challenge. Dr. Susan will share with us the components of a truly health-changing detox program, and why it's so important for those of us living with MS to understand how toxin exposures impact our MS. In addi…
 
Read President Stanley's May 2022 Spartan Community letter here. MSU brought a very successful academic year to a close this month with graduation ceremonies honoring 6,917 undergraduate degree earners and 2,684 advanced degree recipients. What struck you and will stay with you about this spring’s ceremonies? “It was wonderful to be in person. We h…
 
“The scope of Title IX extends well beyond athletics,” says Dr. Ashely Baker, chief diversity officer for Spartan Athletics. “Title IX legislation was really focused broadly on access to education and access to opportunities for women, and sport has been a space where we've really been able to see that more tangibly than in other places. When you t…
 
In this episode, we will talk about the key to a life well-lived. We will discuss the importance of celebrations, and the many surprising yet simple lessons we can learn about life - and how to live it! - from the punctuation keys on our keyboards. Then, we'll take a deeper look at the dash in particular - and I'll share a bit of Linda Ellis & Mac …
 
“I've been doing a lot of reflecting lately as you can probably imagine because I truly have grown up here. I started at WKAR as a student in their student employment program and never looked back. I love WKAR and MSU. This whole community has just been a wonderful place to be. I learned everything I know through the staff at WKAR.” What are some k…
 
Good afternoon! Go Green! President Stanley, Provost Woodruff, and the Board of Trustees: Thank you for inviting me back home. To the administration, faculty, and staff — to the proud families and friends who traveled here to celebrate your loved ones — to my forever dorm-mates from Wonders Hall — and to each and every one of you in the resilient, …
 
Do you have any experience with either MSU or the state of Michigan? “Growing up on the north shores of Lake Superior, I would drive through the great state of Michigan many times on the way to my grandmother's house in Sarnia, Ontario on the other side of the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. And my first college football game was in Spartan Stadiu…
 
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