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Student Interest

  • The May, 2023 edition of the Bengal Business Radio Show features a conversation with our host, Dean Shane Hunt of the Idaho State University College of Business, and ISU alum Nikole Layton about her new role with Bengal Solutions. Dr.Hunt also visits with Professor Dr. Joanne Tokle to talk about her amazing career and many contributions to the ISU College of Business.
  • Psychologists Cameron Staley and Jennifer Miesch discuss the impact of kindness, loneliness, and connection on mental (and physical) health.
  • A conversation between Dean Kandi Turley Ames, Professor Paul Yeates, and student Michelle Ludlow about the Idaho State University theatre program and the national award-winning production of Marisol. Paul also shares information about the upcoming Farm Bureau Summer Theatre production, High School Musical.
  • For the final episode of Bengal Tales for the 2022/23 academic school year, Ryan Sargent welcomes incoming ASISU President Emma Watts and Vice President Chance Reynolds. Emma and Chance represented the ROAR party during this spring's elections, and they campaigned on the promise to "make students' experience at ISU better,".
  • In this episode, Tech Tuesday host Debbie Ronneburg interviews CoT students Corey Lewis and Ellen Jenkins about their achievements.
  • In April's edition of Sales Talk, John Ney talks with a couple of students who recently won the College of Business's sales competition as well as one of the judges Paul Fuller, the chief revenue office of Membrain. Tune in to this episode for some wonderful discussion of the world of sales, and to learn some deep insight into what sales is really about.
  • For the April 2023 episode of the Bengal Business Radio Show, Dean Shane Hunt visits with legendary ISU College of Business alum and former Idaho Central Credit Union CEO Kent Oram about his career and leadership advice for students. Dr. Hunt also visits with ISU's newest Accounting Professor Dr. Kristen Thompson about her research and journey to becoming a Professor.
  • Dean Jean McGivney-Burelle and Tabatha Butlerinterview Dr. Martin Blair Vice President of Research and Economic Development for Idaho State University. Dr. Blair started his career as a special education teacher and he shares how his career grew from there, although he would love to someday return to the classroom.
  • Ken Franklin is a Certified Financial Planner and the Keynote Speaker at the inaugural Bengal Financial Literacy Week. He will be discussing the 10 Financial Planning Principles You Need to Know Now.
  • Before rounding off their trails series, Jessa and Emma talk to Jim Anglesey, Pocatello City’s Long Range Senior Planner, about Comprehensive Plan 2040. Excitingly, this is the first comprehensive plan of its kind, where an entire team was allowed to focus solely on it and ensure it represents the value of the community. A public hearing will be held April 12, 2023, and in May 2023 the plan will be presented for approval to the City Council.