The Michael Eure Show Podcast

The Michael Eure Show Podcast

The Michael Eure Show features Student Impact Coach Michael Eure and student hosts interviewing very special guests talking about a variety of interesting topics. You can catch the live show on Eagle Stream! http://eaglestream.waketech.edu

Episodes

June 30, 2020

Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews Sherrod Gresham, an expert on historical artifacts and an entrepreneur, about his experiences, the interesting world of collecting and the history of African Americans on currency.

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Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews James Montague about his experiences and business successes in Raleigh, China and Nigeria.

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Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews William Graham about the Wake Tech Barbering School. Plus, they discuss the effect that barber shops has had on Civil Rights History.

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Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews Dr. Amin Asfari about the rise of Islamophobia around the world.

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Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews Earl Ijames, curator at the North Carolina Museum of History. Earl discusses the African American Cultural Celebration and African American history in North Carolina.

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Join Student Success Coach Michael Eure as he interviews Lydia Salett Dudley, jazz and gospel/Christian musician. They discus performing jazz throughout North Carolina and the benefits of interactive music for students.

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In this week’s episode, Michael Eure welcomes local author Johnny Ray Moore. Johnny is the author of five previously published books for children, a poet and a greeting card writer. He and Michael will be discussing his newest book, Silence, Please: A Collection of Children’s Poems.

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In this week’s episode, Michael welcomes Peabody Award- and Emmy Award-winning producer and director Clarence Williams. Michael will discuss Clarence’s experiences as a producer at Capitol Broadcasting Company, as well as his experiences in the military and volunteering in the community.

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In this week’s episode, Michael welcomes Obelia Exum, senior graphic designer at the North Carolina Museum of History. They discuss the 2018 Ernie Barnes exhibit at the museum and Obelia's graphic design experiences.

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In this episode, Michael welcomes Washington Terrace Family Services Coordinator Detrick Clark. Michael and Detrick will discuss the affordable housing opportunities at Washington Terrace provided by the nonprofit organization DHIC.

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In this episode, Michael welcomes Cisco SVS PMO Team Lead, Mr. Rene Daughtry. Michael and Rene will discuss Cisco Education initiatives and the Internet of Things.

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September 15, 2020

In this episode, Michael welcomes Dereck Whittenburg Foundation board member and General Manager of Sheraton Downtown Raleigh, Leon Cox.

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In this episode, Michael Eure and Wake Tech students welcome Freddy "Street Genie" Greene, jazz musician. Greene answers questions and plays a few short pieces.

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In this episode, Michael Eure and Wake Tech students welcome Tony Marshall, president of Innovative Systems Group (ISG). The episode starts with students discussing their goals, followed by Tony Marshall answering questions about entrepreneurship, cybersecurity, project management and information assurance.

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In this episode, Michael Eure and Wake Tech students welcome Marquis Crews, program officer of Golden LEAF, a Rocky Mount-based economic development foundation, and regional director of Groove Phi Grove SFI. Marquis Crews answers questions about Golden LEAF and Groove Phi Grove SFI.

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In this special episode from the African American Cultural Celebration, Michael Eure and Wake Tech student Justice Silver interview performers and participants at the festival.

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The Michael Eure Show is celebrating Black Music Month every Thursday in June. The first episode features Lydia Salett Dudley, a noted musician in the Triangle area who specializes in gospel, jazz and Christian music. In addition to previously appearing on the show, Lydia performed with her band during the Wake Tech Student Activities Night at the Museum in February.

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Internationally known jazz trumpeter Tom Browne (Funkin' for Jamaica) will be the featured special guest on the Michael Eure Show. In addition to Browne talking about his experiences and briefly performing, Earl Ijames will also be part of the conversation and share information about Juneteenth and its relationship to Black Music Month.

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Please join Nitia and friends as they celebrate some great voices associated with the history of African American music as Black Music Month continues on the Michael Eure Show. Earl Ijames will also join us to discuss Juneteenth.

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Lynette Barber will be the featured guest in conjunction with Clarence Goss Jr, and Stephan Naylor (staff from the Elizabeth City State University Marching Band) on the Michael Eure Show. This is the closing episode for the Black Music Month series.

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