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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for George Henderson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about George Henderson, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for George Henderson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about George Henderson, often where they are interviewed.

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This is Dr George Henderson - Part 2

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On this episode myself and Shannon interviewed Dr Geroge Henderson. There's so much to talk about in this episode and so much to share so we've devided it into two parts. This first part Dr Henderson talks about his early childhood up to coming to Norman Oklahoma. In Part 2 we'll dive into his work at OU and his thoughts on the future.

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In 1967, Dr. George Henderson became the University of Oklahoma’s third full-time African American faculty member at the Norman campus. In 1969, he became the first African American in Oklahoma universities to be a distinguished professor when he was appointed the Sylvan N. Goldman Professor of Human Relations, Education and Sociology. Later, he was appointed to three other distinguished professorships: David Ross Boyd Professor, Regents’ Professor, and Kerr-McGee Presidential Professor. After he became the Goldman Professor, he founded the Human Relations Department, which he chaired for 20 years. From 1996 to 2000, he was dean of the College of Liberal Studies. Thus, he was the first African American at the University of Oklahoma to create a degree-granting department; and the first African American dean of a degree-granting college on the Norman campus. Although he retired from the University in 2006, he still teaches on a part-time basis.

A civil rights pioneer in higher education in Oklahoma, George Henderson has achieved many other notable accomplishments. His awards and honors include being the recipient of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence Medal for the Outstanding College and University Professor in 2000; State of Oklahoma Black Heritage Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003; induction into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 2003 and also induction into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2003. The Henderson Scholars Program and the Henderson-Tolson Cultural Center on the Norman campus bear his name. The University of Oklahoma awarded him an honorary doctorate (Doctor of Humane Letters) at the May 2011 Commencement. In 2015, Oklahoma Today Magazine named Dr. Henderson one of the forty-five most influential African American Oklahomans.

A race relations and civil rights scholar, George Henderson has taught university courses and spoken at conferences and workshops throughout the United States and internationally. In addition, he has written 34 books and 50 articles. In 2011, the Oklahoma Historical Society selected Race and the University as the Outstanding Book on Oklahoma History published in 2010. Also in 2011, Dr. Henderson and his wife Barbara were recipients of the Xenia Institute’s Sam Mathews Social Justice Award. They were the first African American property owners in Norman. Dr. Henderson’s master’s degree in sociology and Ph.D. in educational sociology are from Wayne State University in Detroit.

This episode is presented by the oklahoma hall of fame. Telling Oklahoma's Story Through Its People Since 1927. Follow them on instagram @oklahomahof and online www.oklahomahof.com

Voices of Oklahoma Interview 

https://www.voicesofoklahoma.com/interview/henderson-george/

Shannon Rich Interview

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-is-shannon-rich/id1387331955?i=1000467234333

#thisisoklahoma

Dr Henderson new book

https://www.amazon.com/Cultural-Diversity-Inclusion-Justice-Henderson/dp/039809330X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=George+henderson&qid=1595989656&s=books&sr=1-1

Jul 29 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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This is Dr George Henderson - Part 1

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On this episode myself and Shannon interviewed Dr Geroge Henderson. There's so much to talk about in this episode and so much to share so we've devided it into two parts. This first part Dr Henderson talks about his early childhood up to coming to Norman Oklahoma. In Part 2 we'll dive into his work at OU and his thoughts on the future.

Bio

In 1967, Dr. George Henderson became the University of Oklahoma’s third full-time African American faculty member at the Norman campus. In 1969, he became the first African American in Oklahoma universities to be a distinguished professor when he was appointed the Sylvan N. Goldman Professor of Human Relations, Education and Sociology. Later, he was appointed to three other distinguished professorships: David Ross Boyd Professor, Regents’ Professor, and Kerr-McGee Presidential Professor. After he became the Goldman Professor, he founded the Human Relations Department, which he chaired for 20 years. From 1996 to 2000, he was dean of the College of Liberal Studies. Thus, he was the first African American at the University of Oklahoma to create a degree-granting department; and the first African American dean of a degree-granting college on the Norman campus. Although he retired from the University in 2006, he still teaches on a part-time basis.

A civil rights pioneer in higher education in Oklahoma, George Henderson has achieved many other notable accomplishments. His awards and honors include being the recipient of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence Medal for the Outstanding College and University Professor in 2000; State of Oklahoma Black Heritage Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003; induction into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 2003 and also induction into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2003. The Henderson Scholars Program and the Henderson-Tolson Cultural Center on the Norman campus bear his name. The University of Oklahoma awarded him an honorary doctorate (Doctor of Humane Letters) at the May 2011 Commencement. In 2015, Oklahoma Today Magazine named Dr. Henderson one of the forty-five most influential African American Oklahomans.

A race relations and civil rights scholar, George Henderson has taught university courses and spoken at conferences and workshops throughout the United States and internationally. In addition, he has written 34 books and 50 articles. In 2011, the Oklahoma Historical Society selected Race and the University as the Outstanding Book on Oklahoma History published in 2010. Also in 2011, Dr. Henderson and his wife Barbara were recipients of the Xenia Institute’s Sam Mathews Social Justice Award. They were the first African American property owners in Norman. Dr. Henderson’s master’s degree in sociology and Ph.D. in educational sociology are from Wayne State University in Detroit.

This episode is presented by the oklahoma hall of fame. Telling Oklahoma's Story Through Its People Since 1927. Follow them on instagram @oklahomahof and online www.oklahomahof.com

Voices of Oklahoma Interview 

https://www.voicesofoklahoma.com/interview/henderson-george/

Shannon Rich Interview

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-is-shannon-rich/id1387331955?i=1000467234333

#thisisoklahoma

Jul 22 2020 · 46mins

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The #BlackLivesMatter Episode - Dr. George Henderson

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Jun 11 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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Covid-19 Special - George Henderson

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George Henderson is an independent researcher who has published research papers out of the Auckland University of Technology, often alongside one of our previous guests Professor Grant Schofield. George also has a tremendous blog called Hopeful Geranium which documents his research on human physiology, stemming from his impressively self researched, diet induced recovery from hepatitis C, which is of course a virus.

  • Immune response to new viruses
  • Probiotics
  • The micro biome and immunity
  • Omega-3 sparing effect of saturated fat
  • Metabolic risk factor in viral disease

George can be found at:

Twitter - https://twitter.com/puddleg

Blog - http://hopefulgeranium.blogspot.com/

Website - https://prekure.com/

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Twitter - https://twitter.com/paleocanteen

Twitter - https://twitter.com/paleoally

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Apr 13 2020 · 1hr 8mins

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Lucy Clark & George Henderson - FKTs on the terrific Te Araroa Trail - #71

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The Te Araroa is amazing: from the northern to southern tip of New Zealand, across the entire island (2 actually) nation! Lucy set the Female FKT, followed by George a mere 4 days later with the Male FKT, completely by coincidence. Lucy's tip for hiking 66 straight days?

"Go shove a heap of food in your face, then go again."

George met the previous Female FKT holder by chance in a cafe, who told him about Lucy, who was posting good daily reports, so George was able to navigate stream crossings and other potential bottlenecks. Then Lucy had a day when the air was thick with smoke.

"I couldn't see well, the horizon was blocked my smoke. I asked a passing mountain biker; he said 'huge bushfires in Australia'. That's when I found out my own country was burning!"
Jan 31 2020 · 41mins
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Episode 125: George Henderson

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Welcome to the Human Performance Outliers Podcast with hosts Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter. In this episode George Henderson joined the show. George is a musician for the band The Puddle and has used a high fat diet to manage hepititis C viraemia (a liver disease).

Episode Sponsor: Butcher Box - https://butcherbox.com Promo code "HPO" at checkout for 20% off.

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Consider supporting us: - https://www.patreon.com/HPOpodcast or https://www.paypal.me/hpopod

DR. SHAWN BAKER'S BOOK "The Carnivore Diet" Amazon and Barnes and Noble

Instagram handles: @shawnbaker1967@zachbitter

Twitter handles: @SBakerMD@zbitter@puddleg

Facebook handles: Shawn Baker@zach.bitter

Website URLs: https://zachbitter.com , https://shawn-baker.com, and https://hopefulgeranium.blogspot.com/

YouTube: Zach (https://www.youtube.com/c/ZachBitterUltra) Shawn (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5apkKkeZQXRSDbqSalG8CQ)

If you would like to set up a consult call with either Zach or Shawn, you can schedule with Zach at https://calendly.com/zbittercoaching and with Shawn at https://shawn-baker.com/consultation/.

If you would like to contact the show, please send your emails to hpopodcast@gmail.com

Jun 24 2019 · 1hr 24mins
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An Interview with George Henderson

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George Henderson is a professor at the University of Oklahoma, civil rights activist, and founder of OU's Human Relations program. He told us the story of his life in Oklahoma from unknowingly accepting a job in a sundown town, to founding the university's Human Relations program, and his hopes for the future.

Feb 15 2019 · 39mins
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Episode 37- George Henderson takes us a tour of public health research

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Raphael talks to George Henderson about his public health research, drug addiction, food addictions, cholesterol, and heart disease risk on very low-carb diets.
Jan 27 2018 · 1hr 21mins
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007: “Krazy” George Henderson & The Art of Pro Sports Cheerleading

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America’s most famous professional sports cheerleader “Krazy” George Henderson (Still Krazy After All These Cheers) joins Tim Hanlon to discuss some of the wackiest adventures from his 40+ years of live performances – and how a self-described shy, mediocre schoolteacher ultimately followed his passion to a unique and storied career converting passive game-day attendees into cheering fanatics.  Henderson (along with his signature drum!) recounts how a school field trip to an Oakland Seals NHL hockey game led to his first sustaining professional gig; describes how he and the NASL’s San Jose Earthquakes changed the face of professional soccer in the mid-1970s; recalls how his success with the NFL’s Houston Oilers almost led to banishment from performing at pro football games; and breaks down the chronology of the formative elements of his most famous in-stadium creation – The Wave. 

Apr 17 2017 · 1hr 13mins
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