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  • Host Dean Jean McGivney-Burelle interviews Helen and Donald Nielson, both originally from southeast Idaho and alumni of ISU. Helen and Donald reflect on the teachers that inspired them and their careers outside of Idaho. Both have a passion for education and started their scholarship to give the gift of education to others. Host Dean Jean also interviews Allende Pacheco, the recipient of Helen and Donald's scholarship for the last 2 years, about how he decided to become a teacher and how grateful he is for their generous scholarship.
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    Ben Crosby is a Professor and Chair for the Geosciences department at Idaho State University. In today’s episode Ben talks about the importance of incorporating personal values and balance into career choices. As well as a slap in the face that changed his trajectory.
  • Karen Homstad is the Associate Director of Campus Recreation at Idaho State University. Karen is currently in her “dream job”. However, she worked a number of years in part-time and short term jobs on her way to this point. Though many of those jobs had little to do with her current position, she found something out about herself at each step along the way that ultimately prepared her to get to where she is today.
  • Take a closer look at the products being marketed as ‘green’ with ISU professor of marketing Dr. Alexander Rose.
  • This month our host, Chris Chatwin, presents the part II of a three-part series about estate planning following part I which aired last month. Joining Chris is ISU College of Business professor and attorney Dave Bagley. Part III will air on the third Monday in December.
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapietro interviews Mike McPeak, the director and leader of Chi Alpha, a campus ministry. Mike has been on ISU’s campus for a long time, and loves hanging out with students. In this episode of the ROAR report, Mike and Ricky talk about Chi Alpha and what Chi Alpha offers students here at ISU.
  • Jamon Anderson speaks with Dean of Students Craig Chatriand about an event and an initiative aimed at preventing food insecurity, specifically among ISU’s student population.
  • On this episode join Dr. Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett as they talk about restarting the tradition of making dugout canoes with Julian Matthews. Julian Matthews is the coordinator for the NiMEpoo Protecting the Environment.
  • Leif Tapanila is a Professor of Geosciences at Idaho State University and the Director of the Idaho Natural History Museum. In today's episode we talk about what it means to be a Paleontologist and how Leif followed his various interests and passions to find his profession.
  • Pastor Star Reardon from the Pocatello First Congregational United Church of Christ joins the show to talk about the Alternative Gift Market, an event coming up where people can support environmental and humanitarian causes by buying gifts.
  • Teresa Conner, dean for the College of Health at Idaho State University makes her radio debut on KISU as host of the new Bengal Health Chat Radio Show and Podcast. Introducing Dean Conner is Rex Force, Vice President for Health Sciences at ISU and they are joined by Tracy Farnsworth, President for the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • This week we highlight the work being done by the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance by speaking to board member Bruce Olenick.