Podcasting at Weber
The latest episodes for each Weber State podcast are available for listening below. Click on each link to listen to the episode, which will then open in your default audio player. To download episodes or subscribe to the podcasts, check out the "How to Subscribe to Weber State University Podcasts" page.
- James Unruh, founding principal of Alerion Capital Group
- Rick Alden, CEO of Skullcandy, Inc.
- Kent Stanger, co-founder and CFO of Merit Medical Systems, Inc.
- Thomas Kunz, president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate
- Michael Ward, president of Autoliv of the Americas
- Everything Creative (Music professor Mark Henderson was featured on the first episode of Everything Creative at LDS.org)
- Concert for Adrian 2
- Laramie Project
- Weber Reads, Frankenstein
- Peter Pan
Politics on Friday
- Supreme Court Nomination – Political science professors Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls are joined by Frank Guliuzza, professor of government at Patrick Henry College, to discuss the pending Supreme Court nomination. (May 22, 2009)
- 2009 State Legislature – Weber State University political scientists Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls discuss Utah's 2009 State Legislative Session. (April 2, 2009)
- Post Inauguration – Weber State University political scientists Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls discuss the historic presidential inauguration, issues in the U.S. Senate, and local political activism. (Jan. 30, 2009)
- Obama's Cabinet – Weber State University political scientists Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls discuss the transition of powers and President-elect Barack Obama's Cabinet. (Dec. 8, 2008)
- Ballot Initiatives – Weber State University political scientists Thom Kuehls and Leah Murray discuss how various ballot initiatives fared in the recent election. (Nov. 14, 2008)
- Election Returns – Weber State University political scientists Leah Murray and Thom Kuehls discuss the historical significance of the 2008 elections. (Nov. 7, 2008)
Weber State Speakers
- Ian Tattersall, a curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City
- Rebecca Goldman, senior scientist at The Nature Conservancy
- Elisabeth Bumiller, NY Times reporter
- Misconceptions About Evolution by Jeff Eaton, professor of geosciences
- Michael Kammen, Cornell Historian presents "Visual Shock: When and Why American Art Sparks Controversy"
- "Originally Left out of the Constitution" by Susan Matt, WSU history professor
- Lt. Gov. Gary Herbert