Measure Relationship Health, Fix College Sports, Fight Dads
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 6, Episode 137
- Jun 10, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:19:17 mins
Measure Relationship Health (15:44) Suzanne Degges-White, Ph.D., LPC, LMHC, NCC, is professor and chair of the Counseling, Adult and Higher Education Department at Northern Illinois University. She is a licensed counselor whose focus includes working with individuals and families facing transitions. Suzanne Degges-White discusses a way to measure relationship health. Fix College Sports (1:03:26) Gerald Gurney is an assistant professor of Adult and Higher Education at the University of Oklahoma (OU), where he teaches in the subject areas of athletics in higher education, athletics academic reform and ethics in athletics. Gurney has been featured in popular documentaries on college sports including Schooled, the Price of College Sports and HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel. The purpose of collegiate sports is a way to help students with different talents receive an education through scholarships. But is that the real purpose of college sports? Has the NCAA derailed from their original goal? Here to speak with us today is Gerald Gurney, an assistant professor of adult and higher education at the University of Oklahoma and the author of Unwinding Madness: What Went Wrong with College Sports—and How to Fix It. Dads Who Stay and Fight (1:49:06) Greg Trimble writes about business, religion, and life. He founded a tech company, sold the tech company, and is now fully focused on building Yalla (which is an online team management system) and Lemonade Stand (an online marketing agency). He is the author of the book "Dads who stay and fight," a book to help future dads, new dads, and even seasoned dads leave a legacy, be remembered, and be a hero to their families. With Father's Day on June 18th, we thought this would be a perfect time to talk about dads.