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"Explorers' Sketchbooks: The Art of Discovery and Adventure"
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On this installment of ST, we speak with the British author and historian Huw Lewis-Jones, who is one of the editors (along with his wife, Kari Herbert) of a striking and engaging new book, “Explorers’ Sketchbooks: The Art of Discovery and Adventure.” As was noted of this book in a starred review in Library Journal: […]

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An Upcoming TU Lecture: "Climate Change and Its Impact on Allergenic Plants"
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More and more Americans are acutely suffering from allergies these days, and we are doing so for longer periods of time — that is, in some cases, we can suffer for months rather than weeks. And more and more of us are developing allergy problems in adulthood — rather than childhood — which seems like […]

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A Chat with Eileen Bradshaw, Executive Director of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
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Our guest on ST today is Eileen Bradshaw, Executive Director of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. The Food Bank, as it’s commonly known, is the largest private hunger-relief organization in eastern Oklahoma; it’s been around since 1981. As is noted at this special nonprofit’s website : “Our vision is food security, with dignity, […]

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"Lithium Jesus: A Memoir of Mania"
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On this edition of ST, a rather “wild ride” of a conversation with Charles Monroe-Kane, a producer and host for the long-running Wisconsin Public Radio program To the Best of Our Knowledge (which is heard locally on Public Radio 89.5 on Sunday mornings). Monroe-Kane has a new book out — an autobiography that candidly reports […]

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Happening Soon Here at TU: The Heartland Gaming Expo 2017
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We are joined on ST today by Dr. Roger Mailler, an Associate Professor of Computer Science with the Tandy School of Computer Science at the University of Tulsa. He’s also the director of the Computational Neuroscience and Adaptive Systems (CNAS) lab here at TU, which focuses on various biological and artificial systems that adapt in […]

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"How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records" (Encore Presentation)
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we listen back to a fascinating show from January. At that time, we spoke with author Adam Tanner about his then-new book, “Our Bodies, Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records.” As was noted of this volume by Kirkus Reviews: “[This is] a disturbing look […]

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"More Alive and Less Lonely: On Books and Writers" by Jonathan Lethem
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On this installment of ST, the bestselling writer Jonathan Lethem is our guest. He’s well-known for such celebrated novels as “Dissident Gardens,” “The Fortress of Solitude,” and “Motherless Brooklyn.” He joins us to discuss his latest book, just out now, which is a gathering of nonfiction pieces. It’s called “More Alive and Less Lonely: On […]

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James Bagwell Conducts as the Tulsa Symphony Plays Brahms' German Requiem
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On this installment of StudioTulsa, we are joined by James Bagwell, who will be the guest conductor for the next Tulsa Symphony Orchestra concert (which is tomorrow night, Saturday the 8th, in the Tulsa PAC at 7:30pm). As noted of this upcoming performance at the Tulsa Symphony website : “Tulsa Oratorio Chorus joins Tulsa Symphony […]

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ST Medical Monday: A Chat with William Paiva of OSU's Center for Health Systems Innovation
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we speak with William Paiva, who became the executive director of Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) in 2014. A health and biotech venture capitalist who was on the board of directors for the CHSI since it began in 2012, Paiva is an Oklahoma native […]

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