MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
An Ethical Business Model (Listen to the segment)
Donna London, Director of the Jim Self Center on the Future learns about the benefits of an ethical business model when she speaks with Dr. John E. Walker, founder of Andesa Services, about his new book Ethics and the Employee-Centric Firm.
Green Fire (Listen to the segment)
Dr. J. Drew Lanham, Forest Wildlife Ecologist and Certified Wildlife Biologist in the Clemson University Department School of Agriculture, Forestry and Enironmental Sciences, learns about the documentary Green Fire focusing on American environmentalist Aldo Leopold when he speaks with Curt Meine, Senior Fellow at The Aldo Leopold Foundation.
The South Carolina Maritime Museum (Listen to the segment)
Dyana Daniels learns about one of South Carolina's newest museums, the South Carolina Maritime Museum in Georgetown, when she speaks with museum director Susan Sanders and board member Robert "Mac" McCalister.
Habitat for Humanity and Clemson University (Listen to the segment)
Clemson University professor emerita Libby Hoyle learns about the efforts of the Clemson University Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity when she speaks with Thomas Hatley and Katey Peterson, advocacy co-chairs for the Clemson University Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
May Day! (Listen to the segment)
Tomorrow is May Day. Economist Dr. Holley Hewitt Ulbrich considers the implications of population growth implicated by the ancient fertility festival celebrated on this day. Dr. Ulbrich, an Alumna Professor Emerita of Economics at Clemson University and Senior Fellow at the Strom Thurmond Institute is co-author of the book Our Money, Our Values: Building a Just and Sustainable World. Her series Economics and Holley-Days linking holidays to economic ideas and issues is available online. Download the text of May Day: Fertility and Population.
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
The Dangers of Sitting
Nationally recognized health and wellness expert Dr. Ann Kulze, MD offers information on how sitting can be perilous to your health and takes calls from listeners on the latest news in nutrition and fitness. Dr. Ann is the author of the best-selling book Eat Right for Life: Your Common Sense Guide to Eating Right and Living Well. Listeners may call in with questions or comments via the toll-free number: 888-539-8859.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
A live call-in hour on the educational programs offered by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Mike Willis hosts a call-in program on educational programs offerd by the the SC Department of Natural Resources, including Archery in Schools and Camp Wildwood. He is joined by SC DNR Representatives Lorianne Riggin, Aquatic Education Coordinator and wildlife conservation officer Karen Swink. Call in with your questions via the toll-free number: 888-539-8859.
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
A live call-in discussion on gardening topics with the staff of the SC Botanical Garden
Dr. Lisa Wagner, director of education for the SC Botanical Garden is joined by senior horticulturist John Bodiford and landscape manager Kathy Bridges. Listeners may call in with gardening questions via the toll free number 888-539-8859. For additional gardening help call the Extension Home & Garden Information Center (HGIC) at 888-656-9988 from 9 am - 1 pm, Monday through Friday. View the calendar of events at the South Carolina Botanical Garden.