Jack Powers interviews WVU Physics professor Dr. Alan Bristow about nuclear and solar energy, materials science, and the role of scientists to educate.
WVU Climate Conversations Podcast
Court Patterson interviews fellow history major, Jessica Hogbin, about climate change and the Dust Bowl, Great Depression, and Irish Potato Famine. They consider Mark Twain’s belief that: “history doesn’t repeat itself but it rhymes.”
Hannah Byxbee interviews peer Resident Assistant, Jadynn Veigel, on practical ways to make choices in your everyday life as a student on campus.
Kassie Hoffman interviews wildlife and fisheries major, Katie Adase, who studied abroad and researched in Patagonia, Peru, and Costa Rica. They discuss the importance of glaciers and how to be an intentional traveler.
Alexis DiPaolo interviews West Virginia Delegate Evan Hansen about his Modern Jobs Act proposal and how to work across the aisle.
Kallie Delatore interviews Jim Probst, West Virginia state coordinator for Citizens Climate Lobby. They discuss the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act and how it can help coal country through a just transition.
Kathryn Williamson, teaching assistant professor of physics and astronomy at West Virginia University, gives us an introduction to the WVU Climate Conversations podcast. Inspired by Katharine Hayhoe’s TED talk that, “the most important thing you can do to fight climate change is to talk abou…
Erica Larijani interviews WVU Sustainability Director Traci Knabenshue about recycling on campus, reducing waste, and promoting awareness for a greener WVU.
- New disc golf course opens at Coopers Rock
- West Virginia University to close Friday for Juneteenth observance
- Supreme Court rules against NCAA, in favor of former WVU football player
- “Take it at your own pace”: WVU students share thoughts on returning to campus
- WVU launches vaccine incentive program
- New Student Orientation remains virtual despite WVU's lift on COVID-19 restrictions