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Joyce Kinkead on immersive writing experiences and cultivating undergraduate research

Joyce Kinkead on immersive writing experiences and cultivating undergraduate research "I often discover what I'm thinking through writing," says Joyce Kinkead, Distinguished Professor of English at Utah State University. As a small-town, first-generation college student, Dr. Kinkead said that her local library growing up was her lifeline and [...]

Joyce Kinkead on immersive writing experiences and cultivating undergraduate research2021-04-13T16:24:40+00:00

Setting People up for Step-Parenthood, with Brian Higginbotham

Setting people up for step-parenthood, with Brian Higginbotham  "You can't have too many caring adults in a child's life" says Brian Higginbotham, professor in the department of Human Development and Families and Associate Vice President for Extension, in the latest episode of Instead. Dr. Higginbotham leads one of [...]

Setting People up for Step-Parenthood, with Brian Higginbotham2021-04-01T15:24:29+00:00

Family caregivers and dementia, Beth Fauth’s research on late life

Family caregivers and dementia, Beth Fauth's research on late life When someone begins to take care of elderly parents, spouses, or siblings, they don't usually think of themselves as a caregiver; it's just what you do for family. But these people are taking on a significant emotional and [...]

Family caregivers and dementia, Beth Fauth’s research on late life2021-03-15T20:02:14+00:00

Celebrating Undergraduate Research at Utah State University

Celebrating Undergraduate Research at Utah State University In 1975, Utah State University funded the first Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunity (URCO) grant, and in doing so became only the second institution to fund undergraduate research in a deliberate and dedicated way. In February 2021, our 45-year dedication to undergraduate [...]

Celebrating Undergraduate Research at Utah State University2021-03-08T22:50:46+00:00

The holy grail of water conservation, with turfgrass specialist Dr. Kelly Kopp

The holy grail of water conservation, with turfgrass specialist Dr. Kelly Kopp If you add it all up, lawn grass is the largest irrigated crop in the country by square footage, and it's often vilified as a drain on water critical resources, but is there a way for [...]

The holy grail of water conservation, with turfgrass specialist Dr. Kelly Kopp2021-02-17T22:09:32+00:00

A Guilt-Free Approach to Change, with Daniella Hirschfeld

A guilt free approach to change with environmental planner Daniella Hirschfeld Daniella Hirschfeld, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at USU, challenges us to reassess where we should be putting our energy into every-day sustainability.  While she still endeavors to live environmentally consciously, she knows that [...]

A Guilt-Free Approach to Change, with Daniella Hirschfeld2021-02-02T16:25:01+00:00

Weight. Stop talking about it. Start checking in with yourself.

Weight. Stop talking about it. Start checking in with yourself and, Dr. Maya Miyairi Steel "Stop talking about dieting. Period.," says Dr. Maya Miyairi Steel, an associate professor in the Kinesiology & Health Science department at Utah State University. When talking about our bodies and our weight, especially [...]

Weight. Stop talking about it. Start checking in with yourself.2021-01-04T22:47:12+00:00

Pinching the Fat, Talking Body Composition with Dr. Dale Wagner

Pinching the Fat, Talking Body Composition with Dr. Dale Wagner Dale Wagner studies the methodologies used to assess body composition, from the caliper test to ultra sounds to underwater weighing. In this episode of Instead, he talks to us about weight, body composition, and how these measurements work, [...]

Pinching the Fat, Talking Body Composition with Dr. Dale Wagner2020-12-03T17:52:16+00:00

Social Obesity with Dr. Gabriele Circiurkaite

It's not your fault, talking health & obesity, with Medical Sociologist Gabriele Ciciurkaite   Dr. Gabriele Ciciurkaite is medical sociologist in the Department of Sociology at Utah State University who believes that the most common misconception about obesity is that it is a moral failure. Instead, she argues [...]

Social Obesity with Dr. Gabriele Circiurkaite2020-11-12T23:10:16+00:00

Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes community

Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes community In part two of our episodes with Jake Powell, an environmental planner with USU's Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning, he describes how communities can build resilience on both an economical and social level. He delves into [...]

Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes community2020-11-04T21:54:57+00:00