In the best of times, pursuing recovery from substance use disorders and maintaining sobriety are a daily grind. Factor in the pandemic, its isolating effects, the social and economic upheaval that has followed, and those personal challenges are made all the more difficult.
Dawn Kepler and Chris Anthony talk with Russ White.
Todd Penegor is president and CEO of Wendy's and a keynote speaker for the December 2020 master’s degree ceremony at MSU. A graduate of the Eli Broad College of Business, Penegor grew up in Iron Mountain in Michigan's Upper Peninsula where his father was a Wendy's franchisee.
Emilio Moran is a world-renowned social anthropologist who has studied and published in tropical agriculture, social science, ecology, economics, and, most recently, earth observations from satellites.
Erik “Equal Man” Qualman is a 1994 Broad College of Business graduate and a motivational keynote speaker with an emphasis on leadership, innovation, and digital trends. The last time I spoke with Erik in 2017, he told me his life goal was to empower 7 billion people. By his estimates, he's reached 35 million thus far today.
Let’s talk about what's on your plate. With the U.S. food retail industry topping $5 trillion in annual sales, it's no wonder why brands are battling for a spot in your pantry or fridge. Food is big business. And as we head into the holiday season, that battle gets fiercer. Unfortunately, for consumers, that means the grocery aisle can be filled with hundreds of thousands of dubious claims with the intention of spurring a purchase.
Michele Payn and Kurt Kwiatkowski talk with Russ White.
Following a national search, Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, has named Jabbar R. Bennett as the university's vice president and chief diversity officer. Bennett will also be a professor in MSU's College of Human Medicine.