The Vandal Theory podcast asks, “What gets University of Idaho researchers’ brains buzzing... besides coffee?” These award-winning stories showcase researchers exploring and solving real-world problems. With interviews on all things Vandal, discover the world of U of I research with hosts Leigh Cooper and Kyle Pfannenstiel.
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This is a cool podcast I like learning about the research going on at U of I while I am a graduate student there, but all the music used as kind of obnoxious not only the choice in music but there’s way too much of it.
Just discovered this podcast! Apparently it’s been running for three years? Anyway, I’m impressed- I really appreciate learning more about the UI scholars around campus. Thanks, Leigh Cooper!
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