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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

Crafting Ideals & Outdoor Spaces, with David Anderson

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 [...]

Crafting Ideals & Outdoor Spaces, with David Anderson2020-10-22T00:20:03+00:00

Hometowns need vision. Here’s your Helper, with Jake Powell

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 [...]

Hometowns need vision. Here’s your Helper, with Jake Powell2020-10-22T00:16:39+00:00

Music Therapy with Maureen Hearns

Music Therapy, with Maureen Hearns Dr. Maureen Hearns is Associate Professor and Director of the Music Therapy Program at USU. Dr. Hearns' research explores how the practice of self-care with expressive arts can impact a professional and personal life. Focusing specifically on music therapy, she explains how this [...]

Music Therapy with Maureen Hearns2020-10-24T17:51:31+00:00

After the Smoke Clears: watersheds recovering from wildfire, with Dr. Patrick Belmont

After the Smoke Clears: watersheds recovering from wildfire, with Dr. Patrick Belmont Dr. Patrick Belmont is an Associate Professor in the Department of Watershed Sciences at USU. His research focuses on a fires interaction with the landscape that surrounds it, specifically how it affects water formations. Dr. Belmont [...]

After the Smoke Clears: watersheds recovering from wildfire, with Dr. Patrick Belmont2020-10-24T18:09:11+00:00

Cow to Cone, how Aggie Ice-cream is made, with Dave Irish

Cow to Cone, how Aggie Ice-cream is made, with Dave Irish We all know and love Aggie Ice Cream, but what makes it different? Dave Irish, manager of Aggie Ice Cream gives us a look behind the curtains into the process from cow to cone. Dave gives us [...]

Cow to Cone, how Aggie Ice-cream is made, with Dave Irish2020-10-24T18:13:57+00:00

The Anthropause Diet, with the Iguana Researching Dr. Susannah French

The Anthropause Diet, with the Iguana Researching Dr. Susannah French Tourists love feeding the Northern Bahamian Rock Iguana. Instead of eating local plants, these herbivores anxiously wait for tourist to being them delicious grapes and other non-native goodies. With COVID-19 restricting travel within many countries, what does this [...]

The Anthropause Diet, with the Iguana Researching Dr. Susannah French2020-10-24T18:27:19+00:00