This week on Sustainable Idaho, Scott and Rachel investigate the City of Pocatello’s 2045 Clean Energy Resolution. Speaking to Jeff Mansfield, the Public Works Director for the City of Pocatello, this episode finds out how the City plans to transition to a clean and renewable energy future.
Clean Energy by 2045? The City of Pocatello's Resolution
For this month's Bengal Tales episode, Ryan Sargent welcomes Lisa Przybylski, the Director of Annual Giving for the Office of Alumni Relations and Advancement Communications at Idaho State University. Listen now to learn more about Lisa, her experiences in advancement and how Idaho has become her new home.
This week on The Science Line, Scott and Rhesa speak to Professor of English, Dr. Roger Schimdt. Discussing Roger's interesting teaching styles and passion for Jane Austin, the conversation dives into 18th Century British literature and explores how we can all learn from history. Thou shall listen to The Science Line!
The Science Line, Episode 4, with Dr. Roger Schmidt
Dr. Shane Hunt, host of Bengal Business, meets with Kelly Hirning, and ISU Alum and the owner of Hirning Buick GMC Pocatello dealership. Also joining him is Neal Tocher, Chair of the Department of Management & Marketing, and Tara Smith, Director of Undergraduate Programs in the College of Business.
Sustainable Idaho further investigates Salmon in Idaho. Speaking with U.S Congressman Mike Simpson, Rachel and Scott explore Simpson’s recently published ‘Energy and Salmon Concept’, which has the potential to help save Idaho’s salmon from the brink of extinction.
Damning Salmon, Episode 6, with Congressman Mike Simpson
We will be listening to ISU student Gabe Lowman’s senior piano recital. Gabe is a talented student who graduated in December of 2020. The recital features an eclectic program of works from the classical, romantic, and modern era. Gabe Lowman was a student of Dr. Kori Bond.