Samantha Bennett, Heat Stress and Management, Preventing Disease Entry
BCI Cattle Chat
Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.2:05 Samantha Bennett 9:40 Heat stress and management 15:37 Dr. Enoch Preventing Disease Entry Guests: Samantha Bennett, Agriculture Today Producer and Host Enoch Bergman, Beef Cattle Veterinarian For more on BCI Cattle Chat, follow us on Twitter at @The_BCI, Facebook, and Instagram at @ksubci. Check out our website, ksubci.org. If you have any comments/questions/topic ideas, please send them to email@example.com. You can also email us to sign up for our weekly news blast! Don’t forget if you enjoy the show, please go give us a rating!
1206 – Eric Atkinson Caps 39 Year Career as Host of Agriculture Today … Samantha Bennett Takes Over As Host of Agriculture Today
Samantha Bennett Discusses Her Role as the New Host of Agriculture Today The Driving Forces Behind the Success of Agriculture Today Eric Atkinson offers some Final Thoughts as the Host of Agriculture Today 00:01:00 – Samantha Bennett Discusses Her Role as the New Host of Agriculture Today: Samantha Bennett shares her aspirations for the Agriculture Today program as both a radio broadcast and a podcast in the years ahead, continuing the mission of K-State's service to agriculture 00:12:00 – The Driving Forces Behind the Success of Agriculture Today: Eric Atkinson reflects on the nearly century-long history of agricultural radio programming, the drivers behind its success, and the rich experience it's been in getting information out to agricultural producers and others in the industry 00:23:00 – Final Thoughts from the Host of Agriculture Today: Eric Atkinson offers some final thoughts as he caps a nearly 40 year career as the host of Agriculture Today Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
George Nickson and Samantha Bennett of Ensemble New SRQ Join the Club
Suncoast Culture Club
The Sixth SeasonFive ConcertsFour Premiers of commissioned worksTwo dynamic leadersTONS of guest performersThree options for concert viewingsTake a listen to percussionist George Nickson and violinist Samantha Bennett tell us their story of the amazing chamber music series of new music they have envisioned for Ensemble New SRQ's sixth season and then RUN to your nearest device to purchase your season ticket of in person or streaming access.Oh...and just how do so many people, spread out all over the country, rehearse and prepare together for each concert? They answer that interesting challenge as well. All that and more on this week's episode of the Suncoast Culture Club.Come along and join the club!• Ensemble New SRQ Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• George Nickson Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• Samantha Bennett Facebook & Instagram • Sarasota Orchestra Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• Dallas Symphony Orchestra Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• New Music New College Website & Facebook & Instagram & YouTube• Hermitage Artist Retreat Website & Facebook & Instagram & YouTube• State College of Florida Music Program Website & Facebook & InstagramSupport the show (https://scf-foundation.org/suncoastcultureclub/)
As we strive to create schools that are more phenomenal than ever before Michelle Morris Jones sits down with Sam Bennett to discuss Humanizing Leadership. Sam clearly spells out some of the ways in which schools systematically dehumanize teachers and students, and she suggests actions leaders can take to create schools that support the humanity of each and every teacher and student. Sam encourages us to "break the fake" and examine the ways in which we use or abuse time, how to foster thoughtful and productive collaboration, and the importance of engaging in authentic work that is worthy of our students. At the root of humanizing leadership is the power of trust and its ability to create schools where everyone wants to be and where everyone can grow. Sam leaves us all with a call to action... Recreate schools that are joyful, life changing places of perpetual growth for all. Samantha Bennett is the author of That Workshop Book, and a contributing author to Comprehension Going Forward and The Right To Literacy. She recently edited Cris Tovani’s new book, Why Do I Have to Read This? She is also the co-author and collaborator with Cris Tovani and Debbie Miller of two on-demand courses through Heinneman. Sam serves educators as an instructional coach and education consultant. She is an expert in curriculum design and day to day instruction who works with districts and schools around the country to nurture Professional Capital. She has worked for the PEBC and continues to be a dear colleague and supporter of our work. The "Phenomenal Teaching Podcast" is brought to you by Public Education & Business Coalition (PEBC) and is intended to elevate the strands of the PEBC Teaching Framework which is illustrated in Wendy Ward Hoffer's book, Phenomenal Teaching. Thank you for joining us this season as we strive to elevate the stories of educators who are making schools and classrooms more phenomenal than ever before by implementing community, planning, workshop, thinking strategies, discourse, and assessment strategies that promote agency, equity, and understanding.
Sometimes in life we go through stages where we doubt our purpose and doubt ourselves. A lack of confidence can lead to a period of indecision, missed opportunities, and ultimately low results. If you are currently feeling this, then today’s episode is for you. Listen to the highly successful Samantha Bennett who will guide you through an exercise that will change the language you have for yourself and ultimately help you move out of doubt and back into purpose.
Principal Second Violin of the Sarasota Orchestra, co-founder of Ensemble New SRQ and Chroma Trio Samantha Bennett shares her travel adventures across the Pacific North and Southwest in her incredibly transformed 2003 Chevy Astro van-to-camper during the most isolated moments in the pandemic. Ensemble New SRQ: www.ensrq.org Sarasota Orchestra: www.sarasotaorchestra.org Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follow us on social media @haydnmusicstand Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1mJVam8s0zJ91JhhC7Dpd0?si=03f919267eaf4a11--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haydnmusicstand/support
Episode #17: Tap Your Creative Genius And Conquer Writer's Block with Samantha Bennett
The Author's Corner
Everyone has a zone of creative genius. It's just a matter of tapping into it and capturing your ideas before they fly away. Robin Colucci's guest today is her good friend, Sam Bennett. Sam is a best-selling author and creator of The Organized Artist Company. In this episode, she and Robin discuss strategies for breaking down your creative blocks, so you can get going with your writing and get it done! Index cards, buddy systems, and learning how to believe in yourself are all great examples of strategies Sam advocates. Want to learn more? Listen to this episode! Relax, enjoy, and soak in these valuable insights you’ll need for your writing journey.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join The Author’s Corner Community today:http://robincolucci.com/LinkedInInstagramFacebook
Being An Organized Creative -- with Samantha Bennett
Channel Your Genius Podcast
Originally from Chicago, Samantha Bennett is a writer, speaker, actor, teacher and creativity/productivity specialist and the author of the bestselling, "Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day" which Seth Godin called, “An instant classic, essential reading for anyone who wants to make a ruckus.” Her latest bestseller is, "Start Right Where You Are: How Little Changes Can Make a Big Difference for Overwhelmed Procrastinators, Frustrated Overachievers and Recovering Perfectionists." She is the creator of The Organized Artist Company, dedicated to helping tens of thousands of creative people get unstuck, helping them to focus and move forward on their goals. Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode: Marketing & Empathy 15 Minutes A Day Destroying Perfectionism Zones of Creative Genius Smugness Fighting the Voice of Resistance Connect with Samantha: Visit her website at https://therealsambennett.com/?cookieUUID=fe93c656-7c16-4724-ab46-0903b86be0a3&affiliate=0.
George Nickson and Samantha Bennett, Founders of Ensemble New SRQ, Join the Club
Suncoast Culture Club
He's a percussionist and she's a violinist. Together, they might just rule the world one day, but for now, they want to make the best and highest level of music they can. George Nickson and Samantha Bennett founded Ensemble New SRQ to forge their love of performing new chamber music and to bring the Suncoast combinations of sounds it has never heard before. Check out their upcoming season, "Reimagined & Recomposed," right here on the Suncoast Culture Club podcast. Come along and join the club!• Ensemble New SRQ Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• George Nickson Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• Samantha Bennett Facebook & Instagram • Sarasota Orchestra Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• Dallas Symphony Orchestra Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter & YouTube• Hermitage Artist Retreat Website & Facebook & Instagram & YouTube• West Coast Black Theatre Troupe Website & Facebook & Instagram & YouTube• Sarasota Farmers Market Website & Facebook • Artisan Cheese Company Website & Facebook & Instagram & Twitter• Canned Ham Vintage Website & Facebook & Instagram • Shakespeare Craft Beer and Gastro Pub Website & Facebook • Out and About Coffee Website & Support the show (https://scf-foundation.org/suncoastcultureclub/)
Samantha Bennett joins us to talk about the nuances of the workshop model, the importance of planning for juicy tasks that promote thinking, and the ways in which planning shifts when implementing the workshop model. Sam is the author of Why Workshop, and a contributing author to Comprehension Going Forward and The Right To Literacy. Sam serves educators as an instructional coach and education consultant. She is an expert in curriculum design and day to day instruction. Sam works with districts and schools around the country to nurture Professional Capital. She has worked for the PEBC and continues to be a dear colleague and supporter of our work.