Dr. Tim Raines of Emory University: Undergraduate Research is a Strategic Priority.
College Matters. Alma Matters.
In this Podcast for High Schoolers, Dr. Raines shares how UG Research changed his career trajectory. He discusses Emory’s UG Research Program, How CUR helps Emory, the Resources they offer the Students & Faculty, Student Successes, and his Advice for High Schoolers. Dr. Tim Raines is the Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Research Programs at Emory University. In particular, we discuss the following with him: Dr. Tim Raines’ Background UG Research at Emory Program & Student Successes in Research Advice for High Schoolers Topics discussed in this episode: Introducing Dr. Tim Raines, Emory University [0:42] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [1:45] Professional Background [4:13] Importance of UG Research [5:27] Why UG Research is Important for Students [6:42] Role at Emory [8:42] Challenges Students face [10:02] Freshman Introduction to Research [12:00] CUR Support [12:59] Connect_UR Conference [14:14] UG Research Grants and Resources [15:52] “Is UG Research for me?” [20:59] Program Successes [22:55] Student Success Stories [26:06] What’s Ahead? [29:38] Faculty Participation [32:23] Advice to High Schoolers [35:20] Our Guest: Dr. Tim Raines is the Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Research Programs at Emory University. Dr. Raines graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University. He received his Master’s degree in Biological and Physical Sciences, and PhD degree in Oncology and Cancer Biology from the University of Virginia. Memorable Quote: “My advice has always been for, for all students, whether from high school to college is to try Research, just try it.” Dr. Tim Raines. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode’s Transcript. Similar Episodes: Undergraduate Research Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email email@example.com. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.
Mark and Andy do another in-depth examination of two players, this time the similarly-skilled Rickey Henderson and Tim "Rock" Raines. While Mark takes on Rickey in all his glory, Andy handles the under-appreciated star Raines. Although the players' careers spanned the same time period and their skills mirrored each other, Rickey was in a league of his own. Find out where his value came from and how Rock measures up as a hitter, baserunner, and fielder. Finish it up by playing along in the latest round of Roll The Stat, in which Mark and Andy tackle a new stat, Championship Win Probability Added, for players who led a league in stolen bases during Henderson's and Raines' careers.
Episode 14: Death, Taxes, Yankees Beating Orioles feat. Tim Raines
Pinstripe Pod: A NY Yankees Baseball Podcast from New York Post Sports
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about the Yankees' dominance over the Orioles, Gerrit Cole leading the Yanks to their second win in just four games so far and just how good he has been early on. They discuss how bad the Orioles are going to be this season, looking ahead to the series against the Red Sox and if there is reason to be concerned with Gary Sanchez and Brett Gardner's slow start. Nellie then tells another story involving poop from his playing days with "Nellie's Nugget." NY Post baseball insider Joel Sherman then debuts his "Sherman's Hot Corner" segment. Hall of Famer Tim Raines, a 1996 and 1998 World Series champion with the Yankees, then joins the show. Raines talks about being able to play for so long, his run with the Expos, always having a smile on his face, the chemistry on those Yankees championship teams and his thoughts on Brian Boehringer and the "serial killer" joke. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
(58) The Curse of Tim Raines, the Golden Age of Catchers, and the Marvin Miller Moral Dilemma
The Baseball Rabbi Podcast
Ted Simmons retired as the all time hit leader for catchers - and garnered 3.7% of the Hall of Fame vote in his first year of eligibility. Why did it take another 25 years for one of the greatest catchers ever to get in? Along the way we look at THE decade of dominant catchers (it's not the 1950s), as well as the travesty of Marvin Miller's Hall of Fame candidacy. And what is the curse of Tim Raines, and how is Drew Brees one of its prominent victims?
Playoff baseball is here! If you are listening on Tuesday, the first Wild Card game is today. Who will be the winner? Will it be those weird Nats or perhaps that strange Brew Crew. If, as is likely, you are listening after the conclusion of the contest, please write me an email so I can know who won. There is content in this episode of Tater Tots, including a discussion of the Hollywood movie Whiplash. We discuss the 1920's supergroup The Red Onion Jazz Babies, and the South African Jazz legend Hugh Masekela, who is not in the Jazz Hall of Fame. This week's Tater Tots are Hall-of-Famer/titan of solid contact Joe Sewell, along with Hall-of-Famer/speedster/"speed"ster Tim Raines. Also, this is the season finale of Tater Tots. Please enjoy the playoff action as we ready our spreadsheets for season 2 coming in early November. Links: George Burns, Tim Raines' triumphant return to the Expos. Music: Littlest League Possible - Guided By Voices, Cake Walking Babies (from home)-The Red Onion Jazz Babies, Send Me-Hugh Masekela, Old People, Old Folks-Hugh Masekela Grazing in the Grass-Hugh Masekela Donate to Baseball For All Artwork by Shelby Criswell Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: facebook.com/tatertotspod Twitter: twitter.com/tatertotspod
Tim Raines finished his big league career as the most successful base stealer – ranked by percentage – in MLB history. He played for six teams from 1979 to 2002 and was best known for his 13 seasons with the Montreal Expos. He is regarded as one of the best leadoff hitters and baserunners in baseball history. He was the 1986 NL batting champion, a seven-time All-Star, and four-time stolen base champion.He has 3 world series rings 2 as a player with the New York Yankees and 1 as a coach with the Chicago White Sox, He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2017.He joins Mark and AJ to talk about his amazing career.Tune in each week on 540 am in NY NJ CT and streaming on www.sportstalknylive.com at 7pm Sundays for the live broadcast.Please take a moment to like our fan page WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY and follow us on twitter @sportstalkny
Presented by SeatGeek and Osteo Bi-Flex. This week is a special show where have two terrific guests. First, recently inducted into the Hall of Fame, Tim Raines joins the show to discuss his career and what it means to finally earn the honor. Our second guest is 2017 first round pick and current third baseman for the Kannapolis Intimidators, Jake Burger. Jake shares what the transition has been like from college to A ball and his hitting philosophy.
Ep. 42: Tim Raines opens up about the Hall of Fame, drug addiction and his White Sox career
White Sox Talk Podcast