Jim Sciutto and The Shadow War

Jim Sciutto and The Shadow War

Jim Sciutto is Chief National Security Correspondent and Anchor at CNN. His new book, The Shadow War, is a fascinating and terrifying account the new ways China and Russia are waging war – from systematic election interference campaigns to kidnapper satellites straight out of a James Bond film. Jim visited UM last month and shared his thoughts on how to separate signal from noise in today’s crazy news environment.

The Innovation Factory – can we teach creativity?

The Innovation Factory – can we teach creativity?

The Innovation Factory opens on November 8, 2019. It’s a place where ideas collide and come to life. It’s a place where you can do things and make things. University of Montana art professors Elizabeth Dove and Brad Allen spent the last 18 months building “IF” and in this episode, we investigate their vision to create an experiential learning hub for our entire community.

S.E.A. Change #7: Micah Larsen returns!

S.E.A. Change #7: Micah Larsen returns!

Entrepreneur, teacher and persuasion expert Micah Larsen returns to the pod for #7 in the S.E.A. Change series. Learn all about Micah’s non-linear journey to motherhood and how having a child motivated a huge shift in her business – a specific and empathetic focus on helping women entrepreneurs succeed.

To learn more about Micah, check out: www.micahlarsen.com

Matt Gangloff’s inspiring wisdom on living with anxiety & depression

Matt Gangloff’s inspiring wisdom on living with anxiety & depression

This week’s episode brings you a deeply personal conversation with University of Montana alum Matt Gangloff, founder of Enlyten Lab. We discuss Matt’s military experience and his post-deployment battles with anxiety, depression and addiction. Many of us live with anxiety and depression every day, and this conversation shines a much needed light on that reality.

Sheila Stearns likes hard jobs – even in “retirement”

Sheila Stearns likes hard jobs – even in “retirement”

Sheila Stearns is a Montana legend. Her list of important and difficult jobs in higher education is unparalleled: Montana’s longest-serving commissioner of higher education, interim chancellor of MSU-Billings, President of Wayne State College in Nebraska, provost and chancellor of UM Western, and – of course – President of the University of Montana. Now, she’s been tapped to chair Montana’s congressional redistricting commission. Is there anything Sheila can’t do?