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Instead

Utah State University Office of Research

Presented by USU’s Office of Research, Instead is a digital bridge to span social-distance, allowing you to listen in on conversations with USU researchers and learn how Utah’s researchers move our state forward as new challenges circle the world.
Episodes
61– Problem solving without borders. Ron Sims scales up science to turn waste into a resource, rehabilitate soil, and build a workforce of biological engineersFebruary 25, 2022 Episode artwork 60– Seize the carp! How zooplankton can reduce algal blooms in Utah lake, with undergraduate researcher Cristina ChirvasaFebruary 07, 2022 Episode artwork 59– Students and teachers. Tyler Renshaw helps schools direct mental-wellness resourcesFebruary 01, 2022 Episode artwork 58– Where researchers come from: How 6 people turned an interest into a professionJanuary 19, 2022 Episode artwork 57– Dust. Janice Brahney explains how synthetic materials are driven into a natural phenomenonNovember 03, 2021 Episode artwork 56– It doesn't build character. Diana Meter explains how defenders create belongingAugust 10, 2021 Episode artwork 55– Peer into the opiate crisis and courses that can help, with Maren Wright VossJuly 27, 2021 Episode artwork 54– Sagebrushicillin, with undergraduate researcher David SuisseJuly 13, 2021 Episode artwork 53– Spiders and silkworms and hagfish, oh my! Justin Jones on spider silk research at USUJune 29, 2021 Episode artwork 52– Facilitating action in the world, with technical communication researcher Rebecca Walton June 08, 2021 Episode artwork 51– Hitting the right note: Engineering buildings for earthquakes with Civil and Environmental Engineer Brady Cox May 25, 2021 Episode artwork 50– The fire cycle: appreciating a fundamental disturbance, with Fire Ecologist Larissa YocomMay 11, 2021 Episode artwork 49– Immersive writing experiences and cultivating undergraduate research, with Joyce KinkeadApril 12, 2021 Episode artwork 48– Setting people up for step-parenthood, with Brian Higginbotham March 22, 2021 Episode artwork 47- Family caregivers and dementia, Beth Fauth's research on late lifeMarch 09, 2021 Episode artwork 46- Celebrating Undergraduate Research at Utah State University February 23, 2021 Episode artwork 45- The holy grail of water conservation, with turfgrass specialist Kelly KoppFebruary 15, 2021 Episode artwork 44- A guilt-free approach to change, with environmental planner Daniella HirschfeldFebruary 01, 2021 Episode artwork 43– Weight. Stop talking about it. Start checking in with yourself and, Maya Miyairi SteelDecember 15, 2020 Episode artwork 42– Pinching the fat, talking body composition with, Dale WagnerNovember 24, 2020 Episode artwork 41– It's not your fault, talking health & obesity, with Medical Sociologist Gabriele Ciciurkaite November 10, 2020 Episode artwork 40– Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes communityOctober 27, 2020 Episode artwork 39– Hometowns need vision. Here's your Helper, Jake PowellOctober 20, 2020 Episode artwork 38– Crafting ideals & outdoor spaces, with Landscape Architect David AndersonOctober 13, 2020 Episode artwork 37– Music Therapy, with Dr. Maureen HearnsOctober 07, 2020 Episode artwork