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  • On March 20th, the Alturas Institute presents Constitutional Conversations at the Downtown Events Center in Idaho falls. Constitutional Scholar Dr. David Adler presented on the topic: “Torn from the Headlines, When the Courts Fail the Rule of Law.”
  • Dr. Ken Krell addressed a large City Club of Idaho Falls gallery on March 28, 2024 on the current state of Covid. This program offered perspectives from a local medical professional who is deeply knowledgeable about complexities of the pandemic and the challenges that lie ahead. Audio and slides from this City Club presentation are available. A complete archive of 10+ years of Idaho Falls City Club forum audio, recorded by KISU, is available at IFCityClub dot com.
  • Dr. Dannielle Pierotti has worked in many areas of the country building her nursing and professional experience. Dr. Peirotti discusses the importance of healthcare access, nursing representation, changes in the nursing profession, nurse advocacy, and nursing challenges. This future of nursing discussion includes nursing education accessibility, resource needs, collaboration, and nursing educational technological advancements.
  • ISU Associate Professor Sarah Robey discusses the impact and history of nuclear energy in America. She talks about how the so-called “atomic age” of the past 70+ years has influenced cultural and societal expectations and relationships.
  • For this two-part episode, Jon Armstrong and Keith Kelly listen to and talk about the legendary 1970 Alice Coltrane album, Ptah, the El Daoud and Qasim Naqvi’s 2022 release, Two Centuries. Both albums feature two stellar soloists playing off of dynamic and vibrant backgrounds. Keith and Jon discuss each record and what they say about the creative music scene past and present.
  • Valorie Watkins joins Ryan Sargent this month for Bengal Tales. Valorie graduated from Idaho State in 1966 with a degree in French. She is currently serving on the Dean's Advisory Board, a group of alumni and friends of the College of Arts and Letters who volunteer their time to assist the Dean and his or her colleagues in their efforts to grow the College of Arts and Letters.
  • This episode of Pharmacy Fusion, Dr. Tom Wadsworth sits with his friend, Dr. William "Toro" Lllamas, to discuss his duties and projects as a health service research pharmacist and COPD.
  • The ISU Rugby team is a piece of the university many don't know about. With a passionate head coach and a rich history, the team is capable of a national championship trophy.
  • The KISU-FM Rexburg translator at 88.1 FM is currently down as a result of equipment failure. We apologize to our upper valley listeners and doing our best to have new equipment in-place by Wednesday, April 3rd. Please remember, even when our FM signal is out, KISU continues streaming live online at, or simply tell your amazon or google smart speaker to “play KISU.”
  • Hosts Dean, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Executive Director of Philanthropic engagement, Tabatha Butler, interview each other on this month’s episode. They ask the same questions posed to our College of Education supporters in other episodes.