Episode 21 – What’s the Role of Men in the Feminist Movement?
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Cliff Leek discusses men’s complicity in sexual violence and the role of male feminism.
November 15, 2017
Episode 20 – What does Art Entrepreneurship Sound Like?
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Rand Harmon discusses how UNC students can boost their careers through entrepreneurial opportunities.
November 09, 2017
Episode 19 - What's Brewing on Campus? Part II
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Sean Johnson discusses the various types of seasonal and non-seasonal beers. Cheers!
October 30, 2017
Episode 18 - What's Brewing on Campus? Part I
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Michael Mosher discusses the UNC's Laboratory Brewing Science Program.
October 25, 2017
Episode 17 - What is...or WAS your Credit Score? Identity Theft Protection
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Charmayne Cullom discusses the recent cybersecurity attacks and future steps you can take to protect yourself.
October 19, 2017
Episode 16 - Making it to the Big Leagues! Predicting Talent Through Statistics
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Bob Brustad discusses the advantages and disadvantages of specialization in youth sports.
October 02, 2017
Episode 15 – Wizards, Hobbits, and Orcs! Music From Middle Earth
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Janice Dickensheets discusses how Howard Shore helps bring J.R.R. Tolkien’s stories to life.
September 18, 2017
Episode 14 – What’s That Smell? Marijuana Use Among College Students
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Kristina Phillips discusses the impact of chronic marijuana use among young adults.
September 11, 2017
Episode 13 – Teacher Shortage in Rural Colorado
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Harvey Rude discusses the difficulty behind recruitment and retention of rural teachers in Colorado.
September 05, 2017
Episode 12 - Impact of Art during the Civil Rights movement with UNC Associate Dean of College of Performing and Visual Arts
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Kiki Gilderhus discusses the impact of art during the historic civil rights movement, and it’s impact on today’s culture.
August 28, 2017
Episode 11 - UNC Professors of Folk and Bluegrass, Natalie Padilla & Martin Gilmore
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Natalie Padilla and Martin Gilmore discuss their knowledge and experiences as professional musicians, as well as their role with UNC's new Folk and Bluegrass Program.
August 22, 2017
Episode 10 - UNC Professor of Astronomy, Dr. Charles Kuehn
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Charles Kuehn discusses the upcoming solar eclipse, and how his students are going above and beyond the field of atmospheric research.
August 14, 2017
Episode 9 - UNC Director of Galleries, Pam Campanaro
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Pam Campanaro discusses UNC's Summer artist in residence as well as ways art students can prepare for the workforce.
August 07, 2017
Episode 8 – UNC School of Communication Chair, Dr. Thomas Endres
On this episode of Bear in Mind, Dr. Thomas Endres discusses his experience at the world’s largest motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota.
July 31, 2017
Episode 7 - Associate Professor & Coordinator of Gender Studies, Christine Talbot discussing issues of school dress code
Did you know that UNC has the oldest gender studies program in Colorado? Since 1974, students from all walks of life have studied here to learn more about the development and culture of gender, sexuality and inequality both past and present. One point of discussion is the concept of a school dress code and its relation to body shaming. On this episode of Bear in Mind, we talk with Dr. Christine Talbot, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Gender Studies, to explore more about the ideas of a dress code and what the means to masculinity, femininity and more.
July 13, 2017
About the Podcast
Bear in Mind is a award-winning podcast produced by the University of Northern Colorado offering insights on issues of local or national importance featuring UNC faculty, staff, students and alumni voices.
The viewpoints and opinions expressed by featured guests do not necessarily represent those of the University of Northern Colorado.