Fraud, Finances, and Finding a Balance With Dr. Chad Albrecht Unemployment is currently at an all-time high, but what makes this current climate different than the great depression? Wyatt and Albrecht discuss just that; the stock market crash, the great depression, and how it compares to [...]
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A New Vision for Downtown Pocatello with Landscape Architecture, Todd Johnson Pause and notice the key items in your community. What makes people visit, stay, engage with the town? Todd Johnson, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning practitioner in residence tunes in with us today, [...]
Baking a Good Online Course with Dr. Breanne Litts In this episode, Breanne and Wyatt go into the designer-learner perspective of solving people’s interaction with products. As a designer and as an instructor, there is a responsibility to shift focus on the learner and their [...]
Voting From Home - How Utah Became a Leader in Mailing it in With Dr. Damon Cann “The structure of our election system influences our voting outcomes”. In this episode Damon Cann, a professor of political science at Utah State University and Mayor of North Logan City, helps us weigh in [...]
Commuting after coronavirus with transportation engineer Dr. Patrick Singleton Dr. Singleton is a self-proclaimed "transportation social scientist who found his way into an engineering department." He knew he wanted to study transportation since he was in high school, but chose to go into civil and environmental engineering. Even though his [...]
When I Wait, I Get What I Want...Behavioral Economics With Dr. Gregory Madden This episode of Instead features our conversation with Dr. Gregory Madden, this year's recipient of the D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award. Dr. Madden is a professor and researcher in USU's Department of Psychology, specifically the Behavioral [...]
Fashioning Masks and Making Do with Dr. Nancy Hills Nancy Hills has designed costumes for theatrical productions all over the United States, many put on at the Caine College of the Arts. The designs have been displayed at several locations, including the International Prague Quadrennial held in the Czech Republic [...]
Working together & Networks of Female Spies With Dr. Tammy Proctor Tammy M. Proctor is a Distinguished Professor of History and the current History Department Head at Utah State University, teaching modern European and world history. Dr. Proctor’s recent publications include An English Governess in the Great War: The Secret [...]
Through Watershed Eyes with Dr. Nancy Mesner Nancy is a Professor in the Department of Watershed Sciences as well as the Extension Specialist in Water Quality. She is known for her extension program of citizen monitoring known as “Utah Water Watch”, developing curriculum for grades three through high school, and [...]
ACT-ing on Self-Help with Dr. Michael Levin Michael Levin is a associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University and a leading ACT researcher. In the episode below we discuss his work on how to translate the skills that people typically learn in traditional, therapist-guided ACT into [...]