The Crossroads Project is comprised of a physicist, a composer, a string quartet, and 3 visual artists who combine their artistic and scientific voices in response to the challenge of global sustainability and climate change. In anticipation of their multidisciplinary performance at Utah State University on September 27, they drop by UPR's Studio C on Tuesday to show us what happens when physicist Robert Davies gets back-up in the form of the Fry Street Quartet.
Science Questions presents current wolf policies across the west and the new book called "Wolfer," a memoir about one man's experience trapping and hunting wolves for the federal government and how it changed his life's direction.
Hi, this is Blair Larsen, host of Fresh Folk. On the show this week, I feature the unexpectedly uplifting songs of Spark and Whisper, and the endearing characters in the songs of Dave Potts. I’ll also play tunes from new albums by Bob Andrews, Linda Newlin, and Blue O’Connell, to name just a few. Join me this Saturday at 8pm for Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.
Today on the program Sheri Quinn talks to wildlife biologist William ripple about wolves in the Yellowstone ecology. His research shows the re-introduction of wolves there has improved the habitat and it has also revived a species of aspen tree, and some birds, fish, and insects. At 9:30 Science Questions presents current wolf policies across the west and the new book called "wolfer," a memoir about one man's experience trapping and hunting wolves for the federal government and how it changed his life's direction.
Terryl Givens, Professor of Literature and Religion at University of Richmond, is one of the country's most prominent Mormon scholars. He has appeared on PBS, NPR, and CNN to comment on the LDS faith and is author of many books, most recently When Souls Had Wings: a History of the Idea of Pre-Mortal Life in Western Thought. Givens is in Logan and will be giving the 18th annual Arrington Mormon History Lecture tonight at the Logan LDS Tabernacle.