Dr. Mark Watkins is a jazz professor at BYU-Idaho. He composes different performances for the campus bands, including the Jazz Ensemble and Sound Alliance, despite the fact that he's blind. BYU-Idaho Radio talks with him about his experience teaching, his upbringing, and what it's like to teach without the ability to see.
Aaron Merrell is the senior producer for the Book of Mormon video series for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. BYU-Idaho Radio talked with him about the experience and what he's learned while producing the show.
Three students in the Health Psychology class at BYU-Idaho completed a study on healthy eating. They learned about those foods' price tags and the time it takes to prepare a healthy meal. BYU-Idaho Radio talks with them about their study and what spurred them to research it.
BYU-Idaho students at the Rexburg Business Development Center are helping an online BYU-Idaho student get her business rolling from South Africa. You can check out her products at her website, Chipantha.com.
BYU-Idaho Radio will air the BYU-Idaho Theatre Department's radio drama "An Ideal Husband" by Oscar Wilde the week of Thanksgiving.
BYU-Idaho Radio will play a BYU-Idaho produced adaptation of "The War of the Worlds" just in time for Halloween.
Life after graduation can bring many fear and uncertainty. An alumna speaks about her life after she graduated ten years ago and what she's learned along the journey.
Janessa Wright graduated with a bachelor's in psychology with a minor in piano music. She talked about what her career is like now and what students can expect when they graduate.