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Dave by the Bell

Appalachian State University

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University Communication’s own Dave Blanks wanders the earth over in search of answers to all of life’s questions... great and small. Okay, so he mainly stays on Appalachian State University’s campus... he still wanders though... and he definitely wonders as he wanders. Listen for silly asides and revolutionary revelations. Priceless.
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Appalachian Outdoorosity

Appalachian State University

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Appalachian State University is proud to present, Appalachian Outdoorosity, a podcast where you’ll hear stories that entertain, inspire and inform you about living an active outdoor lifestyle. Each episode features a story with the goal to get you outside and keep you going outside to improve your overall wellness.
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Find Your Sustain Ability

Appalachian State University

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What the heck does sustainability mean, anyway? Turns out, it means more than you might think. Lee Ball has insightful conversations with faculty experts, and in doing so, helps each of us find our Sustain Ability.
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Vet Tech Talk

Appalachian State University

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Vet Tech Talk introduces you to the professionals that run the four-year, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology degree program at App State as well as those making a difference in the field of Veterinary Technology the world over. Each episode of Vet Tech Talk also explores the powerful bond between animals and their humans.
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Walking Free

Evan Bujeker & Ross Knight

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Walking Free: Faithful Living for Young Men, is an award-winning podcast about navigating this crazy world as a young, Christian man. Hear practical, Christ-centered advice and solutions from both your peers and those who have already spent time in the trenches and survived. Hosted by Evan Bujeker and Ross Knight.
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The Golden Wings Academy Podcast

Coach Woo, Coach Sheffield, Coach Lee

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Speaking with young athletes and coaches all around the country, to help better educate the athletes about the process, both physically and mentally .Providing Leadership, and Guidance, with the help of our vast network of resources.
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PCPG's A Poorly Sorted but Well Rounded Series

Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists

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To most folks, this may seem an odd title but it best describes the range of topics this podcast series delivers to practicing geologists, geoscientists, or anyone with an interest in Pennsylvania’s geological environment. Produced by the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists (PCPG), the series includes practical and timely topics, technical and social matters, trends and tips for the office or the field, and interesting subjects and interviews that may remind you of why you chose ...
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Before the start of spring break, Dave headed out to talk to Mountaineers who always seem to know what’s up, what’s in and what’s out! Listen as they discuss what they’re bringing with them into the second half of the semester and what’s getting left behind. We are talking about energies, habits and yes, you guessed it… water bottles! Transcript Da…
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On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Dr. Joy James, a professor in App State's Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education, interviews App State graduate, Mary Bowman. While a student, Mary created a podcast called "Mumbling Mountaineer Minutes," wherein she explored Student Perceptions of Physical Activity Incorporated into …
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On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Dr. Joy James, a professor in App State's Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education, interviews App State graduate, Britan Sides about their time at App State and more specifically the huge impact working at Outdoor Programs had on their life. Show Notes UREC Outdoor Programs Outdoor Equ…
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Dave and App State's social media manager Ginny Scheer roam about Sanford Mall interviewing App State students to find out what they wish they had known way back when they were applying to college. Maybe don't procrastinate but chill out and follow your heart while not stressing...something along those lines anyway. Transcript: Dave Hey folks! I'm …
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On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Dr. Becki Battista a professor in App State's Department of Public Health and Exercise Science, interviews App State Exercise Science and Chemistry Alumna, Kennedy Williams about her journey toward gaining confidence and finding peace outdoors. Show Notes App State HOPE Lab Resource Page https://hopelab.…
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We don’t normally think about the relationship between the core of the Earth and the ability of the planet to support life. But it turns out that complex life on Earth would be impossible without a spinning iron-rich core producing the magnetosphere that shields us from the deadly solar wind. Let’s take a look upward and downward and examine the ce…
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Two App State Team Sunergy members join Chief Sustainability Officer Lee Ball in the podcast studio to share their experiences with solar vehicle racing. Zach Howard and Logan Richardson explain how they got involved with the team, as well as the impact it has had on their personal growth and their job prospects post-graduation. Show Notes https://…
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Two App State Team Sunergy members join Chief Sustainability Officer Lee Ball in the podcast studio to share their experiences with solar vehicle racing. Nicole Sommerdorf and Patrick Laney explain how they got involved with the team, as well as the impact it has had on their personal growth and their job prospects post-graduation. Show Notes: http…
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Dr. Jill Tiefenthaler, the first female CEO of the National Geographic Society, joins App State Chief Sustainability Officer Lee Ball in the podcast studio to discuss the journey that led her to her current position. She shares her thoughts on the importance of higher education and the history of the Society’s National Geographic magazine, as well …
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On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Dr. Joy James, a professor in App State's Department of Recreation Managment and Physical Education, interviews App State Biology Alumna, Adrianna Nelson about her passion for birding. Show Notes https://today.appstate.edu/2020/06/26/nelson http://ww.appalachianaudubon.org/ https://highcountryaudubon.org…
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Dr. Sharon Contreras is a lifelong advocate for ensuring all children can access a high-quality, public education. Drawing from her own childhood experiences, her tenure as a high school English teacher and her career progression, which includes being the first woman of color to lead one of New York State’s largest school districts, she is a consis…
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Dave fumbles about campus somehow managing to find a bunch of seniors who are about to graduate. Dave grills them on their plans for the future! It's every new graduate's dream come true! Transcript: Dave Blanks: Hey friends, on this Dave by the Bell, I'm going to talk to seniors who are graduating and ask them what the heck they got planned next. …
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Lee welcomes Dr. Dave McEvoy, Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics in the Walker College of Business along with Grace Waugh, a senior sustainable technology major and Matthew Mair, a senior economics and political science major. The 4 discuss their January 2023 trip to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, E…
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While attending App State, Lauren Moody discovered her love for backpacking. On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Lauren shares some of her favorite experiences getting outside. Lauren and Joy also discuss the importance of making the outdoors a welcoming space for all. Show Notes Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Chery…
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On this episode of Appalachian Outdoorosity, Dr. Becki Battista, a professor in App State's Department of Public Health and Exercise Science, interviews Heidi Campbell of App State's Counseling & Psychological Services Center and Katie Whitley — now with Wake Forest University Counseling Center — about their experiences and advice on how to gain co…
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On this episode of Vet Tech Talk we welcome Leigha Wright. Leigha is the Clinical Coordinator at App State’s Veterinary Technology Program. She is an award-winning veterinary technician and teacher, as well as being an avid supporter of her students dedicated to creating a productive environment for their learning. She and her two Airedale terriers…
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Brian Crutchfield joins Lee in studio for a discussion ranging from tobacco farming to photovoltaics and the Tennessee Valley Authority. A North Carolina native and Virginia Tech graduate, Crutchfield has seen his share of changes in the field of sustainability since the 1970s. Crutchfield shares some of the ways he has found to make real and lasti…
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Joy talks cold weather adventures with two outdoor experts on this Appalachian Outdoorosity. Bob Riddle and Valerie Kankiewicz share their perspectives on the best way to prepare for and thrive in the chilliest of outdoor scenarios. Ice climbing, sweating in the snow, David Hasselhoff and last but certainly not least The Legend of the Traveling Jor…
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On this episode of Vet Tech Talk we welcome Rebecca Newman. Rebecca is the Wellbeing Coordinator at App State’s Veterinary Technology Program. She is a frequent volunteer in the veterinary community, with a focus on wellbeing and advocacy. She and her husband live on a farm in rural Colorado with their 17 well-loved animals. Transcript Dave: Hello …
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From his childhood on a rural Nebraskan farm to the negotiating tables in our nation’s capitol, Daniel Dawes has combined his lifelong passion for health equity, political acumen and confidence in a collaborative process to create real and powerful changes in the American healthcare system. With contagious hope and a non-partisan process, the widel…
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Glaciers have been one of the most significant forces that have sculpted Pennsylvania in the last 50,000 years. Without the Pleistocene glaciations, the world would look very different and be a very different place to live. Let’s explore what glaciers are, how they form and why they are so important.…
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In this Valentine’s Day edition of Dave by the Bell, Dave and University Communications intern Madi chat it up with friendly passersby to get at the heart of this question — “What is the most romantic place on campus?” Dave Blanks: Hello, friends. I'm Dave Blanks from University Communications, and I was going to talk today about Valentine's Day. W…
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"The Family One" is a non-profit Org, located in Leesburg Va. They mentor and train the youth population in the Loudoun County area in Va. MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST, LISTEN TO ALL OF OUR EPISODES, AND TUNE INTO OUR YOUTUBE CHANEL!! HIT THE "LIKE BUTTON" AND SUBSCRIBE!By Coach Woo, Coach Sheffield, Coach Lee
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The entire Appalachian Outdoorosity crew comes together to discuss their favorite ways to recreate when the weather outside is frightful. We mean cold. You knew that. Joy, Becki and Melissa talk layering, cotton vs polypro and time tested tricks for not becoming hypothermic whilst backpacking, biking and camping. Along the way we discover some of t…
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Hannah Huff joins us for this episode. If you are going to be a student in the Vet Tech program you will most assuredly be talking to Hannah or another Academic Advisor here at Appalachian State. Hannah shares the ways in which she supports her students as well as her advice for navigating this fully online program. Transcript: Dave Blanks: This is…
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This is Vet Tech Talk, a podcast about Appalachian State University's online four year bachelor of science in veterinary technology degree program. Welcome back! I'm your host, Dave Blanks! In this episode, you’ll hear some familiar voices as well as a new one! I welcome back Program Director Virginia Corrigan and Assistant Program Director Jen Ser…
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In this only just barely adjacent to homecoming edition of Dave by the Bell, Dave and University Communications intern Madi chat it up with almost always friendly passersby and pose the question, "If you could live anywhere on campus that was not a residence hall, where would you live?" Transcript: Dave Blanks: Madi, you're our intern. Madi: I am. …
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Dr. Joy James is joined by Recreation Management major, Briggs Shealy who shares how his participation in faith-based organizations opened the door to a variety of program opportunities, from day and week camps to extended outdoor expeditions. Melissa Weddell: Welcome to the Outdoorosity Podcast. Get outside. Keep going outside. Where we share Appa…
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On this episode of Vet Tech Talk, we welcome Jen Serling to the studio. Jen is the assistant program director of the Appalachian State University veterinary technology program. Dave Blanks: Welcome, Jen. I'm going to give a little history on you, but I'm glad you're here. Jen Serling: Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. Dav…
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Welcome back!! This week we host a previously recorded episode with Coach Drew, WR's Coach at Henderson State! We hope you enjoy it, and learn some valuable lessons!! Thanks for your continued support!! MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST, LISTEN TO ALL OF OUR EPISODES, AND TUNE INTO OUR YOUTUBE CHANEL!! HIT THE "LIKE BUTTON" AND SUBSCRIBE!…
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The White Clay Creek Park and Preserve is found in a unique setting both historically and geologically. While most of Pennsylvania is underlain by sedimentary rocks, the White Clay is within the Piedmont just above the coastal plain, and area composed almost entirely of high-grade metamorphic rocks. Come and explore the unique geology of this area.…
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Welcome to our very first episode!! Today we will be speaking to two young athletes who are part of our program, and have moved on to the college ranks! Ryker Bidwell-Adrian College Stanley Hyppolite-Beloit College We hope you enjoy this episode, and we look forward to bringing you plenty of informative content!! MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODC…
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Director of Appalachian State University's online Veterinary Technology degree program, Dr. Virginia Corrigan joins University Communication's Dave Blanks on the first ever episode of Vet Tech Talk! Dave and Virginia discuss the new program at App State. Virginia shares the journey that has lead her to this position as well as some of her most mean…
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