Stocking Up on Locally Grown Food with Dr. Kynda Curtis | Day 92 “Dr. Kynda Curtis is a Professor and Extension Agriculture and Food Marketing Specialist in the Department of Applied Economics at Utah State University. Her research interests include international agriculture/food marketing, consumer demand for specialty foods, and behavioral [...]
About Gradschool AdminThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Gradschool Admin has created 85 blog entries.
Land of Snow to Land of Sun, Colorado River Management with, Dr. Jack Schmidt Jack Schmidt is a USU researcher and Professor of Watershed Sciences and Janet Quinney Lawson Chair Member at the Center for Colorado River Studies. Schmidt has devoted 30 years of research to the Grand Canyon and [...]
All Roads Lead To Research with UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras Carlos M. Braceras is the executive director of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), responsible for UDOT's more than 1,700 employees and the design, construction, and maintenance of Utah's 6,000-mile system of roads and highways. After moving to Utah [...]
When I Wait, I Get What I Want...Behavioral Economics With Dr. Gregory Madden This episode of Instead features our conversation with Dr. Gregory Madden, this year's recipient of the D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award. Dr. Madden is a professor and researcher in USU's Department of Psychology, specifically the Behavioral [...]
Don't Touch My Hive! Honey Bees and Killer Hornets With Dr. Joe Wilson Dr. Joseph Wilson is an evolutionary biologist and associate professor in the Department of Biology at Utah State University - Tooele campus. With interest in the drivers of diversification in insects, Wilson is particularly interested in the [...]
Fraud, Finances, and Finding a Balance With Dr. Chad Albrecht Chad Albrecht is an Associate Professor of Strategy & the Director of MBA Programs at Utah State University. Chad has received numerous awards and has written a variety of books surrounding his 15-years of research in fraud-related topics, being quoted [...]
A New Vision for Downtown Pocatello Pause and notice the key items in your community. What makes people visit, stay, engage with the town? Todd Johnson, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning practitioner in residence tunes in with us today, along with graduate student Jim Anglesey, to answer these questions. [...]
Baking a Good Online Course with Dr. Breanne Litts Dr. Breanne Litts is an explorer at heart. You can find her either in the great outdoors going on wilderness adventures, or in the classroom investigating the way people learn best. Breanne started and runs the LED Lab to investigate how [...]
Voting From Home - How Utah Became a Leader in Mailing it in With Dr. Damon Cann “The structure of our election system influences our voting outcomes”. In this episode Damon Cann, a professor of political science at Utah State University and Mayor of North Logan City, helps us weigh in [...]
Commuting after coronavirus with transportation engineer Dr. Patrick Singleton Dr. Singleton is a self-proclaimed "transportation social scientist who found his way into an engineering department." He knew he wanted to study transportation since he was in high school, but chose to go into civil and environmental engineering. Even though his [...]