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125 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique and Diversity Management in Sport!

125 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique and Diversity Management in Sport!

One of the continuing underlying topics in sports is the inclusion of a wide variety of individuals in sports, sports administration, and recreation.  Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique, one of the national experts on Diversity Management in Sports, joins us in the podcast today.  This is a great conversation and is probably a bit different than you might think. 
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124 - It's Podcast Friday with Randy Dick and Athletes and the Arts!

124 - It's Podcast Friday with Randy Dick and Athletes and the Arts!

Randy Dick, co-founder and co-developer of the Athletes and the Arts initiative joins us today in the podcast.  This initiative is working to link the sports medicine world with the world of performing artists such as vocalists, musicians, and dancers.  As you've heard from several of our previous podcasts, there are many overlaps between sports medicine and performing arts so this initiative is timely.
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116 - Podcast Friday is BACK!  With Award-winning journalist David Epstein and The Sports Gene!

116 - Podcast Friday is BACK! With Award-winning journalist David Epstein and The Sports Gene!

We are starting our new season with a special interview with David Epstein, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated.  Today is a special day because Mr. Epstein's new book - The Sports Gene - was released yesterday on August 1.  This book is an amazingly detailed, but hugely readable look at the Nature vs. Nurture question especially as related to sports proficiency.  In the book, Mr. Epstein considers the 10,000 Practice Rule (and why it is false), as well as the actual role of genetics in det...
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109 - It's Podcast Friday with National H.S. Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee!

109 - It's Podcast Friday with National H.S. Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee!

Many students get their athletic experiences during their junior-high/high-school education.  Thus, providing safe, well-coached, and organized athletic programs in a public school setting is critical.  Our podcast guest today - 2013 National High School Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee, from the Southlake Carroll Independent School District - knows a lot about this subject and takes time to chat with us about the challenges, rewards, and motivation for providing great athletic programs ...
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107 - Somber Podcast Friday - With A&M's Mike Caruso and planning for emergencies at events

107 - Somber Podcast Friday - With A&M's Mike Caruso and planning for emergencies at events

This week's tragedy at the Boston Marathon have made many people question safety at large events like this.  We are fortunate to have one of the nation's leading emergency planners here at A&M in Mike Caruso.  Mr. Caruso works in our Athletic Department and conducts sports event emergency planning and training around the country. So join us today as we delve in the little-appreciated world of sports event emergency planning.  It is a great conversation! 
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104 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. George Cunningham and Sport and Sexual Identity

104 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. George Cunningham and Sport and Sexual Identity

We are pleased to have Dr. George Cunningham from here at Texas A&M join us in the podcast to discuss the issues surrounding sports and sexual identity.  One of the lightning rods in modern society is anything to do with sexual identity.  The world of Sports and sports medicine is not exempt from discussion, conversation, and research into the role that sexual identity plays in Sports.
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95 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

95 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

We are pleased to have Dr. Samuel Cheuvront from the United States Army Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in the podcast today.  Dr. Cheuvront is a noted expert on hydration during exercise and was one of the principle authors of the military's policies on hydration for our soldiers.  And just because it is getting cooler doesn't mean that we shouldn't worry about hydration.
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65 - Dr. Tom Welsh - FSU - Dancers and Sports Medicine

65 - Dr. Tom Welsh - FSU - Dancers and Sports Medicine

We look inside the world of dance today - ballet, modern, and other forms with Dr. Tom Welsh from Florida State University.  Tom is a renowned expert on the application of sports medicine to dance injuries and we were excited to have him join us in the studio.  This is a great conversation about dance and the sports medicine issues with dance.
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61 - Mr. Bryan Minniti - Washington Nationals Asst. General Manager

61 - Mr. Bryan Minniti - Washington Nationals Asst. General Manager

Baseball season is almost here!  We've got a great podcast today with MLB's Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti about professional baseball, injuries, and rehab in a large organization with multi-million dollar athletes.  Join us for Mr. Minniti's behind-the-scenes insights about professional baseball.
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58 - Dr. Jay Williams - Social Media and Sports Medicine with Soccer!

58 - Dr. Jay Williams - Social Media and Sports Medicine with Soccer!

Dr. Jay Williams from Virginia Tech joins us in the podcast today to talk about using social media to translate sports medicine to the public, especially in the area of soccer.  Jay actually works in the area of molecular biology and sports and in the last few years has really been working to make Sports Science understandable to the public.  So join us for this fun conversation!
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