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  • March is Red Cross month, and Dean Conner is joined by Matt Ochsner from the American Red Cross for this month’s episode of Bengal Health Chat. Beyond blood drives, the American Red Cross in our region serves a variety of functions for much of Idaho, Montana and East Oregon.
  • Dean Jean McGivney-Burelle and Tabatha Butler interview Mary Ann and Ron Hansen about their Frank. B. and Phyllis H. Wilson Memorial Scholarship to support College of Education students. In the second half of the show they interview their recent scholarship recipient Monica Olmos.
  • For the March 2023 episode of the Bengal Business Radio Show, Dr. Shane Hunt talks with Becky Kearns. Becky Kearns worked in the financial industry for 40 years, and shares her experience and wisdom. Becky also has deep ties with ISU, and shares her past as a student and the background her family has. In this episode, Shane Hunt also talks with Vidya Ganji, a new business statistics professor at ISU about her background as well as advice for students. As a first generation college student, Vidya shares the wonderful things education has done for her and the importance of students seeking opportunities actively.
  • On this week’s episode, Jon dives into video game music with Ryker Reese, a talented sophomore in the commercial music program at ISU. Ryker is a young expert in video game music who has opened up Jon’s eyes and ears to this burgeoning artistic movement.
  • Today we've got rainy weather, a flooded basement and an episode of Fibber McGee and Molly for you.
  • On March 17th, the City Club of Idaho Falls hosted the forum Protecting the Nation from Cyber Threats: A Look at INL's World Leading Capabilities. Zach Tudor, Associate Laboratory Director for National Security Programs, addressed a number of cyber security topics. The KISU City Club rebroadcast will be March 22 at 7:00 pm.
  • Dr. Rick Aman is the founding President of the College of Eastern Idaho. Idaho Found welcomes Dr. Aman to provide an update on developments and the future at the college. Topics include Work Force Training, business partnerships, and what to expect from new investments in their technology programs.
  • Join us for some good ol' radio as we herald the end of the dark bleary winter months... well, almost.You can find Jake's new book here:
  • For this episode of Crucial Riddims, Dr. Henry Evans is taking a step away from the classics to take a look at more contemporary reggae from the past two years.
  • Special Guest David Baumert met with the crew from KISU and with Interim Dean Debbie Ronneburg for this first episode of Tech Tuesday. Baumert is a graduate from the Laser/Electro-Optics program (Class of 1987) at the College of Technology, which has since expanded and become the Robotics & Communications Systems Engineering program. A long-time friend of ISU College of Technology and KISU, Baumert discusses his experience at ISU, his interests with Laser Optics and Robotics, and how he applied these experiences during his career at Microsoft. Baumert also discusses how his love of lasers and robotics led to his most recent ventures in music production and rock and roll.