Crafting ideals & outdoor spaces, with Landscape Architect David Anderson David Anderson, a landscape architect with USU's Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning and USU extension, walks us through the difference between an architect, a landscape architect, and a civil engineer. Spoiler, there's a lot of overlap [...]
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Hometowns need vision. Here's your Helper, with Jake Powell Jake Powell is a researcher in Utah State University's Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. Much of Jake's work is connected to the Gateway and Natural Amenity Resources (GNAR) initiative which is geared toward communities that are growing [...]
Music Therapy, with Maureen Hearns In this episode, you will learn– About music therapy interventions for exceptional individuals, older adults, and psychiatric populations.
After the Smoke Clears: watersheds recovering from wildfire, with Dr. Patrick Belmont In this episode, you will learn– How streams and fish can benefit from wildfire. How much disturbance is too much. And, what Utah has in common with California wildfires.
Cow to Cone, how Aggie Ice-cream is made, with Dave Irish Find out what makes Aggie Ice cream so special and how the Aggie creamery has been supporting agriculture in Utah since the 1890s.
The Anthropause Diet, with the Iguana Researching Dr. Susannah French Tourists love feeding the Northern Bahamian Rock Iguana. These herbivores are used to eating grapes and other human foods, instead of the local plants. But what happens when the tourists stop coming.
30– What are they up to & Why are they up to it, with Dr. Jordan Smith When you need help managing the recreation experiences in your community, Jordan Smith is the researcher you need. Using Instagram posts, big data, and other tools, he figures out what all [...]
What are they up to & Why are they up to it, with Dr. Jordan Smith When you need help managing the recreation experiences in your community, Jordan Smith is the researcher you need. Using Instagram posts, big data, and other tools, he figures out what all those [...]
Keepers vs. Changers, Inside a town scared of becoming Aspen with Dr. Jessica Schad Worried about their community turning into the next Aspen. A town in Colorado is split between the people wanting to keep things the same and newcomers moving into expensive homes on tiny lots. Dr. [...]
Support within cultural context with, Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez views Ethics as fundamentally connected to everything she does. As a researcher who mostly works with minority communities and a diversity of graduate students, Rodríguez has worked throughout her [...]