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57 minutes | Nov 2, 2016
Last show...for now!
Today, for my last show, we will be addressing the evolution of substance use and abuse on college campuses. Our guest, Stephanie Lake is an expert on this topic and has been in the field for over 20 years. We will be addressing solutions to this continuing problem on campuses and what you can do to be a part of the solution.
56 minutes | Oct 26, 2016
Illuminating the 10 Points of LIght
This show is about hope, courage, and solutions as we talk about two programs that inspire and compel others to make a difference in their communities. The 10 Points of Light program and Take Back the Night transform lives. Today, more than ever, we need to keep talking about sexual assault and it's impact on our friends, colleagues, and family members. Hear from national experts how you can make a difference in your community.
55 minutes | Oct 19, 2016
Transforming Youth Recovery
Ten years ago there were a handful of recovery programs on college campuses. Thanks to the work and generosity of TYR, there are over a hundred! Hear how the organization started, where they are today, and where they're headed. Our guest is Daniel Fred, the Director of Recovery Programs and National Outreach. Hear his journey and how he is making a difference in the world. Yes! One person can make a huge difference in the world. Daniel is doing that. The host of RISE Radio, Randy Haveson is doing that. Now it's your turn!
56 minutes | Oct 12, 2016
Taking the High out of High School! A discussion about drug use, addiction, and recovery for high school students.
Today we discuss drug use, addiction, and recovery for high school students. Dr. Andy Finch is a national expert on high school recovery programs and has great information to share with parents and other loved ones of high school students on how to talk to and support them on the issue of alcohol and other drug use and abuse.
55 minutes | Oct 5, 2016
Can I Kiss You? A thought provoking-provoking look at relationships, intimacy, and sexual assault with guest Mike Domitrz
Everyone: people of all ages, genders, sexual orientations and socioeconomic backgrounds, need to hear the challenging and life-changing message. In this episode we explore 'Can I Kiss You?' a fun, helpful journey revealing the faults of body language, the joys of talking, the serious impact of wrongful behaviors, how to EXPECT RESPECT from your partners throughout all facets of a relationship, and much more! Our guest Mike Domitrz and author of 'Can I Kiss You?' offers candid advice and is revolutionizing each person’s approach to dating and building respect – all while helping address the reality of sexual assault in today’s culture, including how to intervene to help others.
56 minutes | Sep 28, 2016
Recovery on College Campuses
As little as 10 years ago, there were maybe a dozen college campuses that had formal programs on campus for students in recovery fro addictions. Today there are over 100! This episode will focus on the recovery program at Oregon State University. We will talk with an administrator and a few of their students to talk about their journey and the recovery movement in higher education.
57 minutes | Sep 21, 2016
Together we're Shatterproof
Shatterproof is a non-profit organization that addresses the issue of addiction. The organization strives to shatter the stigma attached to addiction and is a strong advocacy group to change laws that will help addicts receive the assistance they need to recover. Gary Mendell, the founder of Shatterproof is my guest and he will talk about how all of us can help make a difference on this issue. Addiction is a lonely, isolative disease, but... Together we're Shatterproof!
54 minutes | Sep 14, 2016
Live from Frostburg State University!
This week I'm traveling to FSU for a presentation to the students. I will be interviewing staff and students to get their take on alcohol and other drug use and misuse on their campus and campuses around the country. Don Swogger, the Director of the SAFE program at FSU is a 25 year veteran in the field of higher education alcohol and other drug prevention. We will talk about the progress the field has made over the past 25 years.
56 minutes | Sep 7, 2016
Taking the High out of Higher Education! College Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Recovery: Past, Present, and Future
We hear the horror stories that come from the misuse of alcohol and other drugs on college campuses, but is that a realistic portrayal of what is actually happening? Dr. John Clapp is the Director of The Higher Education Center based at the Ohio State University. The Center addresses alcohol and other drug education, prevention, and recovery issues as they relate to today's college campuses. On this show we will talk about how alcohol education has evolved over the years and what new steps are being taken to help students. We will also address how college recovery has finally found a voice in higher education and where this issue stands and where it is headed.
56 minutes | Aug 31, 2016
The Unspoken Ingredient to Student Success
We talk about student success all the time. We find one ingredient or another that will lead to 'greater success' for our students. But one that is often overlooked is accountability. Holding our students -and ourselves!- accountable is a key ingredient to their success. Our guest is a master at this trait and we will talk about how he has implemented a program on his campus that is changing the lives of his students.
56 minutes | Aug 24, 2016
Tips for College Success
Going off to college is both terrifying and exciting for both students and parents. This show will focus on how to make the most of your college experience. We will give parents tips on how to support their student and how to identify potential problems that could arise. We will give students tips on how to maximize their first few months on campus and how to avoid pitfalls that could alter their course in a negative way.
56 minutes | Aug 17, 2016
A Heroic Journey- Respect my Red
How do you arm college women with the tools they need to be safe on campus? What mechanisms are in place to safeguard against tragedies like the one that occurred at Stanford last semester? Katie has an answer and she will be on our next show, along with her amazing and inspiring crew. This show will educate, inspire, and empower you and the women you know to become stronger, more powerful, and better advocates for their peers.
55 minutes | Aug 10, 2016
This is the first show for RISE Radio. Randy will set the stage for the show and answer key questions, such as, Who am I? and Why am I here? The intention of this show and all shows is to empower, inspire, and educate you, the audience. The direction of the show will depend on the feedback from listeners. Randy wants to know what you want to hear about, who you want to hear from, and how we can help empower you to live a happier and healthier life. Our first guest is Doug Everhart, the Director of Student Wellness & Health Promotion at University of California-Irvine. Doug is a 26 year veteran in the field of collegiate health education and wellness and is one of the co-founders of the Step UP! Bystander Intervention Program.
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