Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9 AM for an interview with Rachel Hammond from the Goldman School of Public Policy. Rachel just completed a masters degree in public policy and is ready to use the knowledge and skills she got from the program to address issues surrounding basic needs like child care and housing that profoundly impact the lives of families.
A note from the interviewer, John The Reptilian: As a teenager in the 1980s Jason Becker was one of the most promising up & coming players & one of the most talented guitarists of all time. In 1988 he recorded his groundbreaking solo album Perpetual Burn. Prior to that he had recorded albums with Marty Friedman under the name Cacophony. He landed the role of lead guitar in the David Lee Roth band & recorded the album A Little Ain't Enough.
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, June 18 at noon, host Lisa Kiefer speaks with SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Senior Astronomer, Seth Shostak. SETI is a nonprofit research organization located in Silicon Valley close to the NASA Ames Research Center that is home to researchers and scientists looking for life in the universe.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday, June 8 @ 9 AM for an interview with Adam Uliana from the Department of Chemical Engineering. Adam is one of the authors of a recently published paper about a water filtration technique designed to make desalination and filtration more efficient and to reduce the volume of waste from these processes. Adam discusses how this technique works and what possibilities it presents.
Don't miss your next opportunity to join the greatest station in the world!
Join KALX 90.7 FM, the campus radio station. We are recruiting new student volunteers for the summer. Be a DJ, work in news or sports, create web content, or write for public affairs. Although we will be remote this summer, you can gain many valuable skills working at KALX.