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The $9,000 Bachelor's Degree and other Bold Innovations with SUU President Scott Wyatt

IngenioUs

We are very excited about this final episode of season 2 wherein we speak with a highly innovative and wise leader—Scott L. Wyatt—who serves as the 16th president of Southern Utah University.  You may have heard about Wyatt recently—he and his team have just launched the $9,000 bachelor’s degree. What many people don’t know is that this is one of a steady stream of innovations that Wyatt has led during his time at SUU. During our wide ranging conversation we talk about innovation, why it is so hard to innovate in higher ed and what he thinks we all need to be doing right now to remain relevant and competitive.  Wyatt is an American attorney, politician, two-time college president and a former member of the Utah State Legislature.  Effective August 15, 2021, President Wyatt will assume the new position of Senior Executive Director of Statewide Online Education within the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education, where he will run Utah’s new system-wide approach to online higher ed programming.

53mins

6 Jul 2021

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131. Creating conducive environments to learn and grow, featuring Scott Wyatt

PG-ish

Your physical space matters—what you surround yourself with impacts your outlook on life. Today architect Scott Wyatt integrates neuroscience with design techniques to explain how our surroundings influence our work. As we move forward in this new remote working world, how can you reset your physical environment in order to improve your mental health? Watch the full clip here. I'd love to know what you think, so join in on the conversation! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on Instagram (@pgishparenting), or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.

13mins

28 Jan 2021

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How the stage name Scott Wyatt came to be!

The SJP Show

My band Midwest Avenue had come to an end so a solo career began. Contemplating different ideas and brand ideas the stage name Scott Wyatt was born.

12mins

18 Feb 2019

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Ep. 454: Running a University and 170 miles - Scott Wyatt

Adventure Sports Podcast

Today's Life Outside the Box episode takes us into the world of adventure coupled with academia. Scott Wyatt is the president of Southern Utah University, also known as the "University of the Parks." Being an avid mountaineer and ultrarunner himself, Scott knows the teaching power of nature and incorporates that power into every aspect of life on campus for students and faculty at SUU. This was an incredible conversation about adventure, grit, a lifetime of learning, and the healing power of the wonderful and awesome outdoors from someone leading the charge in getting college campuses to take advantage of nearby adventure.  More about Scott: https://www.suu.edu/general/president/about.html More about SUU: https://www.suu.edu/news/2016/02/university-of-the-parks.html More about the Grand to Grand Documentary: https://suunews.net/2018/12/05/running-for-hope-documentary-premie/ Save 20% off the best freeze-dried meals you’ll ever eat with Peak Refuel. Use the code ASP20 at checkout by visiting https://peakrefuel.com/ Gear up for the 2018-2019 ski season by shopping Powder7 Ski Shop's massive selection of new and used gear at https://www.powder7.com/ Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving $5/month to our efforts at https://www.patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/adventure-sports-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

1hr 4mins

14 Dec 2018

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MJS 074: Scott Wyatt

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Scott Wyatt This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Scott Wyatt. Scott is a VC partner and is the CTO at Cali Style Technologies, works with startups, and was the CTO of the Dollar Beard Club. He first got into programming because his dad was a computer programmer and he really got hooked from a young age writing games and playing on the computer. They talk about the benefit of not living in the hustle and bustle of California and the Silicon Valley, how he got into JavaScript, what was it about JavaScript that hooked him, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Scott intro Works remotely from Indiana The pros to not living in Silicon Valley How did you first get into programming? Father was a computer programmer Strong arts background Started coding really young How did you get into JavaScript? Started out with ActionScript JavaScript to jQuery The cool part of having a diverse background as a programmer What was it that got you into JavaScript? Back-end JavaScript Node.js JavaScript is very versatile How did you get into doing something like Trails.js? Sails.js Fabrix and TypeScript What have you done in JS that you are most proud of? Partitioned apps Contributing to freedom of information What are you working on now? And much, much more! Links:  JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Cali Style Technologies Dollar Beard Club JavaScript jQuery Node.js Trails.js Sails.js Fabrix TypeScript @ScottBWyatt Scott’s GitHub Sponsors:  Loot Crate FreshBooks Picks Charles  Get a Coder Job Course Golf Clash Golfing Planning in sanity time Suggest a Topic Chuck@DevChat.tv Scott Gun.js Bitcoin

30mins

15 Aug 2018

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MJS 074: Scott Wyatt

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Scott Wyatt This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Scott Wyatt. Scott is a VC partner and is the CTO at Cali Style Technologies, works with startups, and was the CTO of the Dollar Beard Club. He first got into programming because his dad was a computer programmer and he really got hooked from a young age writing games and playing on the computer. They talk about the benefit of not living in the hustle and bustle of California and the Silicon Valley, how he got into JavaScript, what was it about JavaScript that hooked him, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Scott intro Works remotely from Indiana The pros to not living in Silicon Valley How did you first get into programming? Father was a computer programmer Strong arts background Started coding really young How did you get into JavaScript? Started out with ActionScript JavaScript to jQuery The cool part of having a diverse background as a programmer What was it that got you into JavaScript? Back-end JavaScript Node.js JavaScript is very versatile How did you get into doing something like Trails.js? Sails.js Fabrix and TypeScript What have you done in JS that you are most proud of? Partitioned apps Contributing to freedom of information What are you working on now? And much, much more! Links:  JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Cali Style Technologies Dollar Beard Club JavaScript jQuery Node.js Trails.js Sails.js Fabrix TypeScript @ScottBWyatt Scott’s GitHub Sponsors:  Loot Crate FreshBooks Picks Charles  Get a Coder Job Course Golf Clash Golfing Planning in sanity time Suggest a Topic Chuck@DevChat.tv Scott Gun.js Bitcoin

30mins

15 Aug 2018

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Episode 73: MJS 074: Scott Wyatt

My JavaScript Story

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Scott Wyatt This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Scott Wyatt. Scott is a VC partner and is the CTO at Cali Style Technologies, works with startups, and was the CTO of the Dollar Beard Club. He first got into programming because his dad was a computer programmer and he really got hooked from a young age writing games and playing on the computer. They talk about the benefit of not living in the hustle and bustle of California and the Silicon Valley, how he got into JavaScript, what was it about JavaScript that hooked him, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Scott intro Works remotely from Indiana The pros to not living in Silicon Valley How did you first get into programming? Father was a computer programmer Strong arts background Started coding really young How did you get into JavaScript? Started out with ActionScript JavaScript to jQuery The cool part of having a diverse background as a programmer What was it that got you into JavaScript? Back-end JavaScript Node.js JavaScript is very versatile How did you get into doing something like Trails.js? Sails.js Fabrix and TypeScript What have you done in JS that you are most proud of? Partitioned apps Contributing to freedom of information What are you working on now? And much, much more! Links:  JavaScript Jabber Episode 282 Cali Style Technologies Dollar Beard Club JavaScript jQuery Node.js Trails.js Sails.js Fabrix TypeScript @ScottBWyatt Scott’s GitHub Sponsors:  Loot Crate FreshBooks Picks Charles  Get a Coder Job Course Golf Clash Golfing Planning in sanity time Suggest a Topic Chuck@DevChat.tv Scott Gun.js Bitcoin

30mins

15 Aug 2018

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Welcome to The Scott Wyatt Podcast!

The SJP Show

Welcome to The Scott Wyatt Podcast! The official launch date is Monday July 30th, 2018! Kicking it off with a bang with 2 episodes! First episode will be about Scott Wyatt first being introduced to music and his early years of pursing music. The second episode will be a Story/Song show! You will hear the song "Night Burn On" as well as a little bit of the back story! Be sure to subscribe to be notified of all new episodes!

1min

16 Jul 2018

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Episode 284: JSJ 282: Trails.js with Scott Wyatt

JavaScript Jabber

Panel: Joe Amies Aimee Knight Charles Max Wood Cory House Special Guests:  Scott Wyatt In this episode, JavaScript Jabbers talk with Scott Wyatt. Scott is the Co-founder, CTO, UEX at Cali StyleTechnologies, and is a Node developer and graphic designer.  Scott is on JavaScript Jabber to talk about Trails.js. and its simplistic build, but many useful functions. Scott mentions that Trails.js was created by Travis Webb. Scott gives us an introduction to the Trails.js framework, as the Jabbers take apart and dive deep into the build, functions, and uses.  Scott goes into what trail packs are, and the similar or related projects. Scott talks about the ease of using trails to build with, and not ending up in frustration. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Trails.js is Node Framework and lightweight or Blueprint Similar to Redux? Is it MVC like Rails You don’t need to understand it, it is all under the hood. Tuple Space Is this sole for server-side rendering? Closest projects - Sails Avoid problems like React. Not dealing with corporations Why would you want to use trails instead of other projects like Sails, rails, etc. How do you get started - trailjs.io Quickest way to learn Trails is to build a Trail Pack Don’t be afraid to kill you darlings Testing It Trails production ready? It is a particular type of app where Trails shines? Links trailsjs.io Travis Webb Picks Amy Full Stack Developers by Brad Frost Tracking Macros Joe The Behavior Gap Charles Profit First  Keto Diet scott-wyatt/GitHub Cory Never write another high Order Component Scott Proxy Engine Special Guest: Scott Wyatt.

45mins

10 Oct 2017

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JSJ 282: Trails.js with Scott Wyatt

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Panel: Joe Amies Aimee Knight Charles Max Wood Cory House Special Guests:  Scott Wyatt In this episode, JavaScript Jabbers talk with Scott Wyatt. Scott is the Co-founder, CTO, UEX at Cali StyleTechnologies, and is a Node developer and graphic designer.  Scott is on JavaScript Jabber to talk about Trails.js. and its simplistic build, but many useful functions. Scott mentions that Trails.js was created by Travis Webb. Scott gives us an introduction to the Trails.js framework, as the Jabbers take apart and dive deep into the build, functions, and uses.  Scott goes into what trail packs are, and the similar or related projects. Scott talks about the ease of using trails to build with, and not ending up in frustration. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Trails.js is Node Framework and lightweight or Blueprint Similar to Redux? Is it MVC like Rails You don’t need to understand it, it is all under the hood. Tuple Space Is this sole for server-side rendering? Closest projects - Sails Avoid problems like React. Not dealing with corporations Why would you want to use trails instead of other projects like Sails, rails, etc. How do you get started - trailjs.io Quickest way to learn Trails is to build a Trail Pack Don’t be afraid to kill you darlings Testing It Trails production ready? It is a particular type of app where Trails shines? Links trailsjs.io Travis Webb Picks Amy Full Stack Developers by Brad Frost Tracking Macros Joe The Behavior Gap Charles Profit First  Keto Diet scott-wyatt/GitHub Cory Never write another high Order Component Scott Proxy Engine

45mins

10 Oct 2017

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