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In this episode, we talk with Principal Veronica Binkley, who has been the lead at Harding University Partnership School since 2014. Principal Binkley's past teaching positions have been in early childhood with most of her teaching years spent in kindergarten in both the Oxnard School District and also in Bellingham, Washington. She has a passion f…
 
Benjamin Bettenbender is the author of eight full-length plays and several one-acts. He has had many productions around the country and abroad, including in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, and Wellington, New Zealand. Mr. Bettenbender was a longtime member of the Circle Rep Playwrights Lab, and ihe Cape Cod Theater Project. H…
 
Today’s guest is Aaron E. de Santiago Jones, Director of the UC Santa Barbara Educational Opportunity Program. Aaron has a long history at UCSB, starting as an undergraduate, when he majored in Black Studies and Political Science and also involved himself deeply in student and community activism and campus politics. Just a brief glimpse at the high…
 
Laura Cahill wrote the stage play Hysterical Blindness and adapted it into the screenplay for the film of the same name (HBO), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and for which she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay, for a Writers Guild Award, and for a Primetime Emmy Award in Outstanding Writing for a…
 
Our Teens Shakir, Clara and Romy do their high school sports recap, Dr Amy Saltzman, Don Sanders, Dominiqie Hackett, and Richard Ellsworth brings in a Guest Alana Callahan a Irish Dance Teacher Teensportsradio is produced by Richard Dugan and Hosted by Erica the Queen of Teen every Tuesday on am1290 and fm96.9 at 9am:)…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Veronica Fematt, new Assistant Director of UCSB's McNair Program, about how to increase the number of first- generation, low-income and/or underrepresented students in doctoral programs, and ultimately, to diversify the faculty in colleges and universities across the country.…
 
At Schooled Radio, we are big believers in personal growth as a critical part of education. We do better when we know better, in theory, but the path between the idea of personal change and the practical path to growth seems to be elusive. How do you get there? We turned to Sarah Warman, a life coach and friend, for her suggestions. After a career …
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Alison Cerezo, the faculty advisor for the Healing Space, a specialty clinic at UCSB that began in fall 2020 in direct response to the killing of George Floyd and other police violence against Black Americans and with the impetus of the Black Lives Matter movement.
 
Moderator Matt Ryan spoke with Maria Schrader about her film "I’m Your Man," which she directed and co-wrote and is now Germany’s submission for the international film category for the 2022 Academy Awards. The film focuses on Alma, a researcher who is chosen to test a humanoid robot named Tom, who is programmed to be the perfect partner for her. Sc…
 
In this episode, we speak with Ashley Jenkins, Executive Director of the SYV Children's Museum being developed in Buellton, CA. A passionate lover of the outdoors, she can often be found looking at bugs or climbing trees with her three rambunctious boys. With over 20 years experience in outdoor education, Ashley and the entire SYV Children's Museum…
 
Destin Daniel Cretton, director and co-writer of Marvel’s Shang-Chi, answered questions about the film from moderator Matt Ryan. Cretton discussed a wide range of topics, including the casting of legendary actors Tony Leung and Michelle Yeoh, as well as the intense physical training and emotionally complex performances required of cast members Simu…
 
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