Host Doug Wells, joined by guest host Barry Hanover, talk with Orly Lobel, author of "Talent Wants to be Free: Why We Should Learn to Love Leaks, Raids, and Free Riding." Next, Tom Karren, CEO of Mokimobility, an expert in mobile app operations. Finally, Susan McTiernan, associate dean for graduate programs in the Quinnipiac University School of Business, on what Janet Yellen's nomination to replace Ben Bernanke as head of the Federal Reserve means to women.
The first guest is Chris Johnson, Director, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, School of Computing at University of Utah. Fusing advanced computing and visualization with biomedicine has earned Chris a prestigious award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society. Then, David Epstein, author of "The Sports Gene:Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance.
Today in the program, we’ll talk comedy with Park City’s own Stacy Dymalski and Tony Oros, who have banded together in a new comedy act called Dueling Cheeses. Then we will speak with Shawnie and Travis Bray, directors of a new foundation that has just surfaced in Park City. This is about Hereditary Colon Cancer and a fundraiser that features a 21 day commitment that every one of us can participate in. Then Dr. Brad Lester of Mtn Sage Natural Health about how naturopathic medicine has been brought into the national spotlight.
This week, Carolyn Bollwerk from the Utah Society for Environmental Education is here to discuss USEE’s annual conference at Alta Ski Resort Oct. 24-26th. Then news items including how the federal government shutdown is impacting the environment.
Hosts, Larry Warren and Doug Wells, have Todd Musting, co-author of "Getting To It: Accomplishing the Important, Handling the Urgent and Removing the Unnecessary". Next, Chett Boxly, of PuRRfect Solutions, a start up company that manufactures an environmentally friendly cat litter. Finally, Steven Wymer, Rustic Roasters. These hand made s'mores sticks are crafted from reclaimed branches and natural shed antlers.
On today's show, Lynn and John have Lauren Strachan in the studio. Lauren is a biomedical scientist whose specialty is stem cells. In the second half, author John Bradshaw, of "Cat Sense: How the New Feline Science Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet". This renowned anthrozoologist takes us further into the mind of the domestic cat.
The partial federal government shutdown has closed Utah’s five national Parks during a busy season. One Park City resident who is a river guide in the Grand Canyon National Park is feeling those effects, along with expectant customers who’ve had trips planned for sometimes years. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Today in the program we are talking about where religion and spiritualtiy cross paths with Rick Earnst of the Park City Community Church. Then, a philosophical conundrum...The Trolley Problem. Or Would you Throw the Fat Guy off the Bridge? This is a conversation with the NY times bestselling author, Thomas Cathcart about what determines our ethical decisions. Then a conversation about the most essential components to life…water. We’ll be joined by Zach Frankel, executive director of the Utah Rivers council about what real conservation means.