The Sound Bearier seeks to acquaint listeners with Northeast State Community College news and events. Our hosts April Allen, Mackenzie Moore-Gent, Matt Poole, and Thomas Wilson interview staff, faculty, students, and alumni to bring you the latest in all things Northeast State!
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The Halloween Scary Stories Episode
Halloween season is here. As long shadows fall across the lands, The Sound Bearier presents our annual scary stories episode with haunted houses, ghostly travelers, and high-in-the-sky phenomena.
What are your favorite stories? Are entities reaching out to us from parallel dimensions or beyond the grave? Give us a listen and subscribe on your favorite streaming services. Happy Halloween!
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Slang that Slays and Words We Use
Slaying with 'ris requires one to rock a certain drip. And that drip must go hard.
All the real ones out there know what we are saying. We hope. In this episode, the Sound Bearier podcast team discusses a few choice slang words used to communicate today and from years past. Northeast State English professors are encouraged to leave comments and emojis. You can grade us in the transcript!
Enjoy a new episode that both smacks and is on fleek. Thank you to the fantastic Entertainment Technology team and our Marketing and Community Relations Department for their support of The Sound Bearier podcast.
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Amps, amphibians, and renaissance man life with John McMeen
John McMeen could be something of an accidental renaissance man.
As an assistant professor of computer science at Northeast State, John's day job involves teaching students technological systems and computer science. His interests and life experiences involve much, much more. An accomplished musician and performer, McMeen talks performing punk/hardcore music, using technology to track frogs in Steele Creek Park, and how artificial intelligence helps students.
The Sound Bearier welcomes one of the most interesting faculty members in the Northeast State world. Give this episode a listen. Give us a like and comment on your favorite streaming platform.
Welcome to Fall 2023!
Claiming financial aid. Navigating the Blountville campus road project. Cool campus events. Fall classes began this week and The Sound Bearier crew has a few tips and suggestions to help move through the semester.
A wealth of information is available at the shiny, updated Northeast State web site https://www.northeaststate.edu to help you on your way.
Meeting those new horizons with Dr. Jeff McCord
To wrap up our third season, The Sound Bearier proudly welcomes Northeast State President Dr. Jeff McCord to the podcast!
Dr. McCord became president of Northeast State in 2022 after serving as commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
He talks about his own journey attending college, first job and diverse career, and how he made his way to Tennessee. We also discuss career academy options for students, education and a changing economy, and the value of earning a college degree or certificate with NO DEBT after you graduate.
Subscribe to The Sound Bearier through your favorite streaming service. Apply and register for summer and fall classes now at Northeast State via this link: https://www.northeaststate.edu.
The human's place in the AI revolution
Artificial intelligence (AI) programs everything from health care to education to vehicles. What does this mean to human thought and evolution?
The Sound Bearier welcomes Northeast State professor of history, Tabetha Garman, and professor of psychology, Kristin Lazarova, to the podcast. In this episode, they discuss the implications of AI in education systems and human cognitive development as the technology advances faster than its creators imagined.
Enjoy this episode and subscribe to The Sound Bearier on your favorite streaming platform. Leave a comment and review and get to know us at Northeast State Community College.