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Chris May

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9:30 – 10:00 – Ryan Varga, Chris May

Indiana Sports Talk Podcast

Coach Bob Lovell opens the show by talking to Brendan King about the 2nd day of the IHSAA Championship Games! Coach Ryan Varga from the South Bend Washington Boys Basketball team calls in to talk about his teams 70-67 win over Lake Central tonight. Chris May from the IHSAA Champions Network then joins the high school football conversation! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


27 Nov 2022

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SLU Athletic Director Chris May joins the show - Segment 3 - 11/11/22

The Pressbox

The winter sports scene is getting underway, so Frank welcomes in SLU AD Chris May to talk about the high hopes for the basketball team. SLU is also seeing a lot of success currently with both the men's and women's soccer teams.


11 Nov 2022

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11. SMS4Dads - Chris May

Dads Group Podcast

In this episode, we will be listening to Dr Chris May, who has studied nursing, specialises in paediatric nursing, and midwifery and has worked as a paediatric diabetes nurse educator. 


9 Oct 2022

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EW Podcast - Jack Higgins with Chris May

The EarthWorks Podcast

This podcast is a must listen for anyone in the turf industry who wants to turn heads. Chris is the Director of Athletic Grounds at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. He discusses the path that led him to his role today. Learn how he creates innovation by working with the administration and coaches at Georgia Tech. Learn about his experience with Cool Season Kentucky Bluegrass fields in the heat of Georgia!


25 Aug 2022

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Chris May - Segment 4 - 8/18/22

The Pressbox

Chris May joins the show


18 Aug 2022

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SLU's Chris May - Director of Athletics

From The Chair with Mike Hamilton

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10 Aug 2022

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#63 Chris May & Kyle Dunbar talk about Ink Master and comedy

Straight to the Point & Completely off Topic with Kyle Dunbar


2 Jul 2022

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Chris May on Breaking it Down with Frank MacKay - Carpenters; The Musical Legacy

Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay

Chris May on Breaking it Down with Frank MacKay - Carpenters; The Musical Legacy by Frank MacKay


14 Jan 2022

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See Something, Say Something with Chris May

NSSGA Podcast

Libby is joined today by Chris May, Vice President of Safety and Environmental Operations at CRH in Atlanta, Georgia. Chris shares a powerful story with listeners today about taking action and doing the right thing, even when it's not easy – a story from which we can all learn a valuable lesson. Episode Highlights   Chris’ story begins when she was fairly new to her job and noticed a 30 year veteran roller operator not wearing a seatbelt while working   While she initially passed by without comment, she decided to listen to the voice in her head and go back to speak to him about the need to wear a seatbelt, eventually convincing him to do so   Two months later she received a phone call telling her that this employee had been in a serious rollover, that his seat belt had saved his life, and that he wanted to thank her for what she did   The impact of safety training, reminders, and innovations   The importance of taking action even when it’s not easy Toolbox Talk Discussion Questions It's not always easy to ask someone to do stop what they're doing. What do you think is the hardest part about confronting someone about safety? How is our company culture around encouraging people to confront potential safety hazards? Does anyone have a story about "See Something, Say Something" they’d like to share? Quotes: “He's been doing this for 30 years, and he has to know all the risks involved. And who am I to question that? So the easiest thing for me to do was just keep walking. But then, as it probably happens to many of you, I had that little voice inside me that told me to turn around.” “The roller had traveled out in an embankment, completely flipping three times and eventually landing upside down.” “Please call that little lady and tell her that I said ‘Thank you. That seatbelt saved my life.’” “You never know when an accident can happen, and even doing the mundane tasks that you've done for 30 years, you always need to take your safety precautions seriously.” “The trainings that we conduct, the gentle reminders that we provide to our employees, the safety innovations that we put in place, all of these things are working to ensure that we provide a safe workplace for our employees.” “Things changed for me that day, I realized that, you know, I have an obligation to act - it’s not just a choice. And so I realized I couldn't take the path of least resistance, that I had to do what was right.” “I think about what the consequences would have been if I hadn't taken action.” “I hope that this will inspire you to do something and to take action, even when it's not easy.” Links: National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association website


6 Jan 2022

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213: Chris May - Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

The Boss Hog of Liberty

Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis are your hosts for episode 213. Chris Stayton is your producer. Our featured guest is Chris May, Executive Director of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.We talk through the history of the Hall of Fame, how it landed in New Castle, the exhibits, the bricks out front, incredible guests, and the phenomenal gift that was just received. Another worldwide landmark right in our back yard. A great conversation with Chris, about far more than basketball. Well worth a stop into the Hall of Fame when you come to town, or even if you already live here.Our program is community supported on Patreon. Do your part by chipping into the cause by donating monthly at any level at www.patreon.com/bosshogofliberty and receive even more BONUS coverage and content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 8mins

9 Jul 2021