Posts Tagged ‘#covid19’
Culture and the New Normal
The pandemic has been a time that has allowed people the opportunity to slow down, reflect and reevaluate their life. Russell Richard is among those people who took advantage of that opportunity and actively processed what was happening around him. Those observations have become a book, "Beyond Words: An Intersection of Philosophy, Inspiration and Poetry."
In this episode of For Such a Time as This, Larry sits down with Russell to discuss the novel. They take stock of all of the years' big moments and the changes that have come around because of them. They also ponder the cultural change that has come about because of the pandemic and ask how we move forward with a new normal, learning from all we learned.
Waiting in Joyful Hope
Houston as a Global City
Dr. Beverly Barrett was recently featured on Univision Dallas talking about trade between Mexico and the U.S. during the pandemic and how it impacts us. She and Bridget Richardson discuss Texas as a leader in exports, commerce as opportunity and how companies can be innovative through renewable energy for the common good.
Beverly Barrett, PhD
Assistant Professor of International Economics Cameron School of Business
University of St. Thomas-Houston Univision Dallas – on trade between Mexico and US during pandemic
Nesti Center for Faith & Culture
“Trade for Texas: Strength in North America” Cameron Blog: Dr. Beverly Barrett
“A Call for Institutional Entrepreneurship” The Bretton Woods Committee: Dr. Beverly Barrett
Money Use in the US
Dr. Daniel Perez Liston was recently featured on Telemundo to speak on the economic impact of the shortage of coins in the United States. He and Bridget Richardson discuss the connections of finance, religion and ethics through the use of credit cards, religious mutual funds, pay-day loans and impact investing.
Daniel Perez Liston, Ph. D. Associate Professor of Finance Cameron School of Business
“Fact check: Yes, there's a national coin shortage. Here's why” USA Today