Interviews with Boise State faculty members are among those featured on Reader’s Corner, a nationally focused weekly radio show hosted by Boise State University President Bob Kustra.
Learn more about Reader’s Corner on the Boise State Public Radio website.
Links to faculty interviews are listed below.
Feb. 4, 2011: Political science professor John Freemuth, author of “Islands Under Siege: National Parks and the Politics of External Threats”
Jan. 29, 2010: French professor Jason Herbeck, discussing his experiences in Haiti during the devastating earthquake.
June, 18, 2010: Creative writing professor Mitchell Wieland, author of “God’s Dogs, a Novel in Stories.”
July 30, 2010: Biology professor Marc Bechard, talking about his raptor research around the world.
Oct. 8, 2010: History professor Michael Zirinsky, discussing Iran’s history and culture as a framework for understanding current events.
Jan. 2, 2009: Creative writing professor Brady Udall, author of “The Secret Life of Edgar Mint”
May 8, 2009: Education professor Louis Nadelson, talking about education issues in Idaho and the nation
July 24, 2009 : History professor Barton Barbour, author of “Jedediah Smith: No Ordinary Mountain Man”
August 14 , 2009 Geosciences professor Jim McNamara, talking about his hydrology research
Dec. 11, 2009: Political science professor Gregory Raymond discusses how the Iraq war and Vietnam revisionist history is affecting perception of new Afghanistan policies
June 20, 2008: Jim Zollweg, Boise State seismologist, with guest host John Gardner
Sept. 5, 2008: Former NASA astronaut Barbara Morgan, now Boise State’s Distinguished Educator in Residence, Part I
Sept. 12, 2008– Former NASA astronaut Barbara Morgan, Part II
Dec. 19 , 2008 – History professor Charles Odahl discusses the origins of some favorite Christmas traditions
Nov. 2, 2007 — Nick Miller, Boise State History professor and expert on the lands of the former Yugoslavia
Nov. 30, 2007 — John Bradford, director of Center for Geophysical Investigation of the Shallow Subsurface
Dec. 14, 2007 — Scott Yenor, Boise State political science professor, on the state of civic education