August 8th – Chloe Beisheim of the Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Initiative program (QICSI) and two very enthusiastic venture teams join us in studio! Ms. Beisheim talks about the Queen’s Innovation Centre and its programming including the upcoming Summer Pitch Competition taking place at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on August 23rd 2018. Then we hear from two of the competing pitch teams, learn about their experiences, their ideas, and the skills they’re developing through participation in the competition.
July 25th – Jamaican-Canadian sculptor Tau Lewis, the 2018 Stonecroft Artist-in-Residence at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University joins us today in studio. Lewis talks about her body of work, her method and inspirations, her work with Kingston-based Roots and Wings, a grassroots community group that works towards making space for racialized girls in Kingston, and her upcoming Exhibition at the Agnes entitled Tau Lewis: When Last You Found Me Here launching August 25th.
Want to learn more about Indigenous Alternative Dispute Resolution? Find out more from Jane Glassco Northern Fellow & this year’s ADR James L. Thistle Q.C. Law Student Essay Contest winner, Don Couturier, a student in the Queen’s University Faculty of Law. Mr. Couturier discusses ADR, his paper, his studies, and his goals in this installment of Campus Beat.
The World Health Organization on Gaming Addiction and an in-depth interview with Megan from Good2Talk, a helpline for post-secondary students dealing with various forms of stress, addiction and mental health issues.
Spark Joy joins me for an intriguing segment where we cover the Greek Stoic Philosopher Epictetus, Canadian Rapper Classified, Poetry, The Hug Lady and more!
In this episode Kristy Timmons stopped by to talk about how she keeps busy in Kingston, play-based learning, self-regulation strategies, and the importance of small and large group activities in early childhood education. Music: JazzyFrench & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com
June 27th-Kanonhysonne (Janice Hill), Director of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University joins us again in studio. We discuss the new partnership between Queen’s University and Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Language and Culture Centre to deliver a Mohawk Language and Culture certificate program in Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. Students who complete the program can later apply their credits toward a degree at Queen’s.
Interview with Brad Murray on his recent Gastric Bypass Surgery, including his decision to ban himself from all Ontario Casinos. Themes covered: Food issues, excess alcohol consumption, gambling addiction.
Naturopathic Doctor Michelle Durkin shares intimate details of her quest to survive her separation and the pivotal choices she made along the way.
From speech language pathologist to amazing chocolatier, Audrey Brown is pursuing her passion. Dave joins Audrey at her shop for a conversation and demonstration.