"Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet" Public Radio

Remember …

Jill Ditmire

Co-Host 2018 – 2021

A Life Well Lived 1964-2021

Co-Hosts …

Mark Kesling

Mark Kesling is a pioneering artist and science educator in the field of museum education and design for more than 45 years. He is currently the Founder and CEO of the daVinci Pursuit. He possesses a unique set of skills, combining art with science in ways that engage learners of all ages.

Dr. Krista Hoffmann-Longtin

Krista Hoffmann-Longtin is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies in the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, and an Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She researches communication education and faculty development in the sciences and health professions.

Guest Hosts …

Dr. Elizabeth U. Murphy

Dr. Elizabeth Murphy received her DVM from Cornell University in 1997. Prior to attending veterinary school, Dr. Murphy graduated from Duke University’s Physician Assistant Program and worked as a Physician Assistant in Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital in Boston.

“Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet”

From the studios of WICR, this is Intersections: Where Art and Science Meet, your weekly hour of conversation, where you learn about the curious intersections between art and science, with your hosts Mark Kesling, the Founder of the DaVinci Pursuit and Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Listen to past shows, view photos of our guests, and learn more about the topics presented by clicking on title below …

Mathematics in Dance (Taped)

Mathematics in Dance (Taped)

Aired Saturday, February 6, 2021Mathematics in DanceShow #120 Talking about the mathematics and dance. How do dancers use math to perform and notate movement in dance.Guests Julia Arciero, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences IUPUI Robin Cox, Associate...

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The Art and Science of Food (Taped)

The Art and Science of Food (Taped)

Aired Saturday, January 23, 2021The Art and Science of FoodShow #119 Talking about bugs, food, art, and science.Guests Chef Joseph owner and Founder of Brooklyn Bugs Dr. Andrea Liceaga, Associate Professor of Food Science at Purdue University Upcoming Mathematics in...

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Art and Science of Creativity and Community (Taped)

Art and Science of Creativity and Community (Taped)

Aired Saturday, January 16, 2021 Art and Science of Creativity and CommunityShow #118 Talking about how to build a relationship using the arts, mentors, and programs that are sustaining for people of color.   Guests Tatjana Rebelle, Writer, Organizer, activist,...

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The Art and Science of Reporting the News (Taped)

The Art and Science of Reporting the News (Taped)

Aired Saturday, January 9, 2021The Art and Science of Reporting the NewsShow #117 Talking about the challenges and successes of investigative reporting in the current era of social media.  Guests Sarah Bowman, Indianapolis Star Reporter Emily Hopkins,...

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Mathematics in Dance (Live)

Mathematics in Dance (Live)

Aired Saturday, December 19, 2020Mathematics in DanceShow #114 Talking about the mathematics and dance. How do dancers use math to perform and notate movement in dance.Guests Julia Arciero, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences IUPUI Robin Cox, Associate...

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Women in STEM (Taped)

Women in STEM (Taped)

Aired Saturday, December 12, 2020Women in STEMShow #113 Talking about the challenges and successes of women who choose a STEM field and about a project that Jheel Patel has started to record short video podcasts of local women in STEMGuests Jheel Patel, PhD candidate...

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Spicing It Up (Live)

Spicing It Up (Live)

Aired Saturday, December 5, 2020Spicing It UpShow #112 Talking about spices and how the brain perceives them. Guests Claire Cheney, Founder Curio Spice Company Susan Turner, Program Manager at Curio Spice Company Jheel Patel, Neuroscientist at Indiana University...

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