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Feature stories from the University of Minnesota, Duluth. The University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD), consistently ranks among the top midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges" issue. On a hill overlooking Lake Superior, UMD provides an alternative to both large research universities and small liberal arts colleges and attracts students looking for a personalized learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university.
 
Welcome to Project Management Point-of-View (PM-POV). This podcast series gives you brief and insightful conversations with PM practitioners in a variety of disciplines. Host Kendall Lott draws on his experience as a PM, as CEO of M Powered Strategies and as former CEO of PMIWDC to explore how project managers create value in surprising places. Our guests discuss their unique perspectives on project management, its uses, its challenges, its changes, and its future.
 
Digital Dialogues is MITH’s signature events program, held almost every week while the academic semester is in session. Digital Dialogues is an occasion for discussion, presentation, and intellectual exchange about topics of interest to the digital humanities. It has been running over ten years. Please follow @digdialog and @umd_mith on Twitter to follow the livestream and online discussion for the events.
 
Live from WMUC Digital College Park, Revolution On The Air is your campus commentary on news, politics, culture, arts, and all things affecting the lives of students at the University of Maryland. Airing on wmuc.umd.edu Saturdays at 4pm, subscribe to our channel on iTunes and Soundcloud for full episodes directly to your device.
 
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He spent three years at Cornell before using the NCAA’s graduate transfer rule to come to UMD. Senior defenseman Matt Cairns takes us through his journey from Cornell to the Bulldogs, starting with what prompted the move. He also shares how the hockey experience here and in the NCHC compares to Cornell and the ECAC. The Bulldog Insider is co-hosted…
 
Homily from the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. We can’t predict The Moment, but we can prepare in the moment before The Moment. While no one can predict the future, all of us can learn from the past. While none of us can control when the big moments of our lives are going to happen, all of us can choose what we are doing in the moments before The …
 
The Star Tribune recently reported on new uses for dead ash , fir and tamarack trees. Larch beetles, caterpillars and other invasive insects have killed more than 200,000 acres of balsam fir in Minnesota and half of the state’s tamarack trees. The dead trees left behind don’t currently have a use – and could be a fire hazard. Researchers at UMD and…
 
Covid-19 has changed the way we operate on every level, including how we manage projects. It has made clear the fragility of our reality, and the fancy dancing required, not only to survive, but to move forward constructively. In the 4th and last episode from our series highlighting presentations from UMD's 2020 Project Management Symposium, we foc…
 
This week we welcomed back the folks from Northern Waters Land Trust. Our guests were John Sumption – Land Conservation Specialist and Annie Johnson Grants Manager/Conservation Specialist and board member Bob Karls. The Northern Waters Land Trust (NWLT) is a non-profit conservation organization working to protect water quality and preserve environm…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for us to hear what you are noticing outside. This week, phenologist John Latimer heard from two classrooms who sent in stellar reports! Kids at Pike Lake Elementary report deer tracks, ice skating and an experiment to determine w…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for us to hear what you are noticing outside. This week, phenologist John Latimer heard from two classrooms who sent in stellar reports! Kids at Pike Lake Elementary report deer tracks, ice skating and an experiment to determine w…
 
In Malcolm Mitchell's newest book for kids My Very Favorite Book In The Whole Wide World we meet Henley - a good kid who hates to read. Henley is based on Malcolm's struggle with reading in his life and reminds us that every story has a potential to become a favorite. What's your very favorite book in the Whole Wide World? Malcolm Mitchell is the r…
 
Friday mornings during Border News Roundup we get a chance to check in with Marshall Helmberger, the editor and publisher of The Timberjay newspaper serving NE Minnesota. This week Marshall tells us about the appointment of the interim mayor of Ely, Chuck Novak, who was defeated in the November elections by an opponent who had dropped out of the ra…
 
Every Thursday morning John and Heidi are joined by Fred Freidman and Kyle Erickson for Sports Page. This week they talk about the receiver for the Alabama football team, rules at the free throw line, details on Timberwolves drafting, the Wilds opening game and Gophers men’s and women’s teams. Heidi gives an announcement from the senior corresponde…
 
Attorney General Keith Ellison joined us this morning for a candid conversation on safety in Minnesota During political upheaval and a pandemic. He addresses what happened last week when rioters supporting President Donald Trump stormed the United States Capitol and he talks about the safety precautions that are in place in the state of Minnesota i…
 
Early Bird Fishing Guide Jeff Sundin joins John Bauer and Heidi Holtan on the Thursday Morning Show. Jeff gives us an update on Lake Winnie with roads open on the lake out of High Banks and the Pines Resorts giving access to big rigs and wheelhouses. He describes the evening view of the lake with the big ice houses all lit up and looking like a lit…
 
Who has better outdoor rinks? Canada or Minnesota? Helping us settle this debate is UMD women’s junior defensive duo Maggie Flaherty of Lakeville, Minnesota, and Kailee Skinner of Penticton, British Columbia. The Bulldogs were at Portman Square in Duluth’s Lakeside neighborhood recently in what has become a tradition for the program to get out and …
 
The Star Tribune recently reported on new uses for dead ash , fir and tamarack trees. Larch beetles, caterpillars and other invasive insects have killed more than 200,000 acres of balsam fir in Minnesota and half of the state’s tamarack trees. The dead trees left behind don’t currently have a use – and could be a fire hazard. Researchers at UMD and…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. Listen to this week's report right here: KAXE-KBXE Northern Community Radio is listener funded. If you appreciate that pr…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. Listen to this week's report right here: KAXE-KBXE Northern Community Radio is listener funded. If you appreciate that pr…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for us to hear what you are noticing outside. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the talkback comments and closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside. In this student report, kid from Pike Lake Ele…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for us to hear what you are noticing outside. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the talkback comments and closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside. In this student report, kid from Pike Lake Ele…
 
...that's what art gives us, a better world... Artists, they create works either to document history... or they're a reflection of society and human nature, and it's always been a big part of art in terms of either history or creating stories with a moral in order to give things for people to think about in life - in terms of where we are as a soci…
 
Homily from the Baptism of the Lord. At the Incarnation, God joined His dicinity to humanity...at the Baptism of Jesus, God identifies with our brokenness. What difference does the Baptism of Jesus make? It means that God doesn't stay away from our sins, but that He takes them upon Himself. Mass Readings from January 10, 2021: Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7 Ps…
 
Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Aili from Bemidji, traded butternut squash recipes and a breakfast of granola and coffee. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program!…
 
Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Jack, of Bigfork, gives out the whole menu, hash browns, sausages, eggs, toasts, juice, and two shots of espresso. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their…
 
The statewide conversation with Minnesota’s state officials are back after a break over the holidays. This week, we welcome back MN Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. It's your opportunity to ask questions about Minnesota’s response and plans during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted by News and Public Affairs Director Heidi Holtan. This week listener…
 
On the Thursday Morning Show Kyle Erickson and Fred Freidman join Heidi and John for Sports Page. This week they talk about High School sports, the dangers of having to wear a facemask, safety concerns during a pandemic and how losing out on a year of sports and schooling will effect kids today. They discuss the Gophers men’s basketball schedule on…
 
Jeff Sundin joins Heidi Holtan and John Bauer via Zoom for Early Bird Fishing on the Thursday Morning show. They talk about the increase in the number of people fishing out on the lakes now, due to the pandemic and because of easier access using vehicles to drive on the ice. Many area lakes now have 14 to 15 inches of ice with the exception of some…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for us to hear what you are noticing outside. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the talkback comments and closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside. On Tuesdays during the Phenology Show, we hear…
 
We continued our conversation for Strong Women on KAXE/KBXE with Simone Senogles and Dawn Goodwin. Last time they told us about getting arrested, treaties and why they are there. I n our latest we hear about the land of Palisade, MN and the Mississippi River and why they believe it is the role of Indigenous women to protect it as well as Missing an…
 
He grew up a North Dakota fan, his sister is a Minnesota Gopher, but somehow freshman defenseman Wyatt Kaiser found a home in Duluth. Kaiser, who led Andover to the 2020 state tournament, shares what originally drew him to UMD, why he picked the Bulldogs and his thoughts on being compared to other players like Hobey Baker winner Scott Perunovich. W…
 
John Latimer and Heidi Holtan welcome John’s grandnephew Ames Davis to the Tuesday Morning Show to talk about wolves. Ames is a 15-year-old ninth grader from St. Louis Park, MN. He tells us how his interest in nature started by studying dragonflies and other insects and how his focus is now on larger animals, primarily the gray wolf. He informs us …
 
John Latimer and Heidi Holtan welcome John’s grandnephew Ames Davis to the Tuesday Morning Show to talk about wolves. Ames is a 15-year-old ninth grader from St. Louis Park, MN. He tells us how his interest in nature started by studying dragonflies and other insects and how his focus is now on larger animals, primarily the gray wolf. He informs us …
 
Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Melissa, from Coleraine tipped her cup of Pandemic Coffee as a traditional Friday celebration. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this pro…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. This week John discusses later than average below zero temps, the common polypody fern, house sparrows, ravens, and much …
 
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for students and listeners to connect with the station about nature. Each week, resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the phenological correspondence and classroom observations sent his way. He shares and discusses them every Tuesday m…
 
The year started with a four OT playoff game for the UMD women’s hockey team and a canceled three-peat attempt by the men due to a pandemic. The year wrapped up with the women’s team playing games at an empty Amsoil Arena and the men opening their season in December in a three-week Pod in Omaha, Nebraska. A lot of things happened in between and her…
 
Homily from the Mass of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Parents are not powerless. It can be so easy for parents to feel powerless when it comes to passing on the faith to their families. But there are four powerful tools every parent can employ to help their families become holy families. Mass Readings from December 27, 2020: Sirach 3:…
 
She’s photographed more than 20 games and taken over 50,000 images since entering the NCHC Pod in Omaha a few weeks ago. Photographer Tyler Schank, who is back in her hometown shooting for the News Tribune, Grand Forks Herald and The Rink Live, joins us on the podcast this week to share what her experience has been like. She hasn’t been allowed to …
 
Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Silence magnifies and waiting purifies. Waiting is not meant to be wasted. The chance to wait in silence is often given by God to serve a purpose...above all to change our faith into something new. Mass Readings from December 20, 2020: 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8-12, 14, 16 Psalm 89:2-5, 27, 29 Romans 16:25-27 Luke 1:…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. This week John discusses our recent warm spell, ice skating, green plants in the forest and he educates us on the logisti…
 
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for students and listeners to connect with the station about nature. Each week, resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the phenological correspondence and classroom observations sent his way. He shares and discusses them every Tuesday m…
 
When all is said and done he will have covered eight teams in 20 games in 16 days. From the NCHC Pod in Omaha, college hockey analyst and member of the Midco broadcast team Dave Starman joins us on the podcast this week. With so many teams and so many games, Starman talks about the effects of “Pod Fog,” how much tea (with honey) he has consumed, th…
 
Homily from the Third Sunday of Advent. No one can take from you what doesn’t belong to you. We all have the temptation to pretend to be someone or something other than we are. To pass ourselves off as someone else…to be an imposter. We do this most often when we know the truth but live in fear of the truth. John the Baptist shows us what it looks …
 
Play in Omaha is well underway and by now we all know who started in goal for the first game of the post-Hunter Shepard era. Sophomore Ryan Fanti got the start in the Bulldogs’ first three games of the season at Baxter Arena in the NCHC Omaha Pod. The goaltender from Thunder Bay who had an incredible 17 save second period against Denver, and then m…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. Included in this week's report are differences between varieties of pine trees, a comparison of the northern shrike to th…
 
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for students and listeners to connect with the station about nature. Each week, resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the phenological correspondence and classroom observations sent his way. He shares and discusses them every Tuesday m…
 
Homily from the Second Sunday of Advent. We can’t go back to the beginning of the story, but we can start where we are and change the ending. Saint Peter reveals that the Day is coming when The Story will have been written. On that day, everything will be revealed and we will know God’s hidden role in every moment of The Story…and we will know the …
 
The last time we talked to former UMD captain Parker Mackay he was hoisting a national championship trophy over his head at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York. Now the two-time national champion is living in Graz, Austria where he is playing this season with the Graz 99ers of the ICE Hockey League, the top tier in Austria. Ten games into the seaso…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. Included in this week's report are changes to the Christmas Bird Count due to Covid-19 and some listener observations abo…
 
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for listeners to connect with the station about nature. Each week, resident phenologist John Latimer gathers the phenological correspondence and classroom observations sent his way. He shares and discusses them every Tuesday morning during…
 
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