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Adam Schweigert

is the Online Director for Indiana Public Media (WFIU/WTIU) and has been with WFIU Public Radio since the fall of 2003, previously serving as Director of Multimedia Initiatives, Music Director and Arts Bureau Chief. Adam has been involved in the creation and production of Kinsey Confidential, Earth Eats, Artworks, Muslim Voices, and A Moment of Science (video). He was born in Akron, Ohio, received degrees in music composition, music theory and oboe performance from Ohio State University and attended Indiana University for music composition and computer music. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana with his dog Sydney.

Recent posts by Adam

November 21, 2008

 

Education on the Ballot

This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the challenges facing school corporations in South Central Indiana. Joining us will be Bartholomew Consolidated Corporation Superintendent John Quick and Richland Bean Blossom Superintendent Steve Kain.

November 7, 2008

 

Suggestions for Upcoming Programs

This week on Noon Edition, it’s your turn to tell WFIU what issues you want addressed on future programs. Hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael will be taking your suggestions as well as any early donations for WFIU’s annual fund drive.

October 31, 2008

 

The 2008 Election

This week on Noon Edition, Indiana University Political Science Professors Dr. Edward Carmines and Dr. Marjorie Hershey will help listeners sort through the ins and outs of the US election process – the accuracy of polls, the role of the media, the structure of campaigns and more.

October 10, 2008

 

Q and A with IU President Michael McRobbie

This week on Noon Edition, Indiana University President Michael McRobbie will join us in the studio. He’ll discuss the current state of the university and answer your questions regarding the role of IU in the statewide community.

October 3, 2008

 

Indiana and the Brain Drain

This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the economic landscape in Indiana and the affects of the brain drain on our region. Joining us in the studio will be School of Public and Environmental Affairs Professor Mark Akers as well as Deputy Director of the Indiana Business Research Center Carol Rogers.

September 26, 2008

 

Through the Looking Glass, Universities and Their Images

This week on “Noon Edition” we’ll explore the ways universities craft and manage their images. Joining us will be Indiana State University Vice President for Enrollment Management John Beacon, DePauw University Media Relations Director Ken Owen, and Indiana University Senior Associate Director of Public Affairs Angela Tharp.

September 19, 2008

 

Arts in Your Community

This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the role of the arts in the broad WFIU listening community. Joining us in the studio will be Performance Director for the Bloomington Area Arts Council Mark Tichida, Executive Director for the Columbus Area Arts Council Warren Baumgart, and Executive Director of Arts Illiana John Robeson.

September 12, 2008

 

Diversity of Faith

This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss religious diversity in South Central Indiana. Joining us in the studio will be Founding Member of the Monroe County Religious Leaders Byron Bangert, Rabbi Mira Wasserman, Director of the Tibetan Cultural Center Arjia Rinpoche and faculty member of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures Zaineb Istrabadi.

September 5, 2008

 

WFIU and HD Radio

This week on Noon Edition we’ll look at HD Radio and WFIU’s second programming channel. Joining us in the studio will be WFIU’s Station Manager Chirstina Kuzmych, Engineer John Shelton, and Operation’s Director Cary Boyce. They’ll answer questions about WFIU’s new second channel, how it works, and the programs that are available through this new […]

August 29, 2008

 

Underage Drinking in College Towns

This week on Noon Edition we’ll be discussing underage drinking on college campuses. Joining us in the studio will be Indiana University Dean of Students Richard McKaig, President of the CARES board Jennifer Staab, and Indiana University Police Department Operations Captain Keith Cash.

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