Family & Lifestyle
School Shootings, Pitching Myself, How Bad is SugarThe Matt Townsend Show
- Oct 13, 2015 1:00 pm
School Shootings (20:05) Lt. Arnold Lemmon from the BYU Police Department talks about the dangers of on campus school shootings and what training is being shared with students. He shared a video and a list of "Five Outs" to give students and people in everyday live tips on what to do in active shooter situations. Pitching Myself (58:04) Nina Mufleh earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Riverside where she studied Political Science and Italian Studies. Ms. Mufleh is a communication specialist who focuses on moving companies and organizations onto the digital space to connect with and engage their consumers. She has extensive experience in the social media space having developed and executed the social media strategy for Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan who was the first royal to actively engage a global audience in such a direct dialogue. She now works with the organization “Upwork” which is a global freelancing program that connects businesses with freelancers from all over the world. She shares her story about how she pitched herself during a job search and found a great job. Saying "No" to Sugar (1:41:16) Dr. Ron Hager is an Associate Professor of Exercise Sciences in the College of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. One of his areas of interest is Chronic Disease Prevention. Today, Dr. Rob Adams joins Dr. Hager and Dr. Townsend to talk about how to curb our consumption of sugar.