[S2E3] Alma Mater
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Prodigal Son season 2, episode 3 \"Alma Mater\": When the headmaster of Bright's alma mater is found murdered, he is forced to face a troubling secret from his past. Meanwhile, Jessica struggles with her decision to end things with Gil, Martin grows closer to Friar Pete (guest star Christian Borle) and JT eagerly anticipates the birth of his baby.
Derrick Kyle: Eric is the founding Director of the Robert B. Rowling Center for Business Law and Leadership at SMU Dedman School of Law, my alma mater. In addition to directing the Rowling Center, he teaches International Business Law, European Union Law, and Ethics and Compliance Law at SMU Dedman School of Law and the Loyola Chicago University Corboy School of Law. With 25 years of experience in international business law matters, he has worked as a global law and compliance executive in a Fortune 100 company, a private equity backed technology company, and was the first Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for one of the largest franchisers in the world. Eric is also the founder and past chair of the North Texas Ethics and Compliance Council, past Chair of the American Bar Association Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee, and currently serves as chair of the International Law Committee of the State Bar of Texas.
When the headmaster of Bright's alma mater is found murdered, he is forced to face a secret from his past; Jessica struggles with her decision to end things with Gil; Martin grows closer to Friar Pete; JT eagerly anticipates the birth of his baby.
His professional, civic and philanthropic accolades include the City of Stockton's highest honor as the 2009 \"Stocktonian of the Year.\" Bob received a showcased Spartan Football jersey with \"FOY\" stitched above a numeral \"1.\" Mr. Foy was the recipient of the Spartan Foundation's two highest honors, the Dan Caputo Founder's Award in 2011 and the Alan & Phyllis Simpkins Tribute Award for his 50-years of service to his beloved alma mater in 2015.
Rufus Matthew Jones, (1863-1948) philosopher, mystical scholar, Quaker historian and social reformer, graduated from Haverford College in 1885 and received M.A. degrees from his alma mater in 1886 and from Harvard in 1901. He taught at Oakwood Seminary (1886-7), and Friends School, Providence, was principal of Oak Grove Seminary (1889), was recorded as a minister (1890), served as editor of the American Friend from 1893 to 1912, sat on the Board of Trustees of Bryn Mawr College from 1898 to 1936, and became an instructor in philosophy at Haverford College (1893), retiring in the T. Wistar Brown chair in philosophy in 1934.
Tom Bacon is one of Screen Rant's staff writers, as well as a Peer Mentor for new writers and a member of the Care Team, offering support and a listening ear to members of the Comics group. A lifelong fan of major franchises including Star Wars, Doctor Who, and Marvel, Tom is delighted his childhood is back - and this time it's cool. You can find him on Twitter @TomABacon. A graduate of Edge Hill University, Tom remains strongly connected with his alma mater as a volunteer chaplain. He's heavily involved with his local church, and anyone who checks him out on Twitter will swiftly learn he's into British politics too.
Prest has been named a 2018 Best St. Louis Accountant and a 2016 Top St. Louis Accountant by St. Louis Small Business Monthly, a 2010 30 Under 30 by the St. Louis Business Journal, and the inaugural 2009 MOCPA Outstanding Young Professional of the Year. He earned a B.B.A. in Accounting from McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois, and was named the 2015 Outstanding Alumni by his alma mater.
Ryerson rewind is a podcast series featuring alumni sharing their fondest memories of their alma mater. It was produced and edited by Amanda Cupido, an alumna of the Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU), formerly Ryerson University. Note: This podcast was created in 2018 prior to the renaming of the university.
Today we talk to Mike Rohlfing, We learn all about his career before Westminster and why he loves working at his alma-mater. We talk about how he got here, how he comes up with his creative ideas, and his love of video and students!
This was the final episode of the second season and was also the last episode to be filmed at General Service Studios on Las Palmas Avenue in Hollywood. Desilu Productions had outgrown the small studio and shortly after the season wrapped they moved a few blocks away to Cahuenga Boulevard and the more spacious Motion Picture Center, which would eventually become known as Desilu Cahuenga.
CBS Sports sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson joins Kim Pegula and Maddy Glab on the latest Bills Pod Squad to discuss the Bills-Bucs game. Tracy also talks about how she got started in the broadcasting business, working with Jim Nantz & Tony Romo, her love of her alma mater Michigan and how wide open the AFC is. Plus learn what big milestone she and the CBS crew are celebrating this weekend. 59ce067264