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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

August 22, 2008

 

Indiana’s Past and Present Role in the Olympics

This week on Noon Edition WFIU welcomes 1992 Olympic Gold Medal-winning diver Mark Lenzi, retired IU Diving Coach Hobie Billingsly, and retired IU Track Coach Sam Bell. They’ll share their experiences with the Olympics and answer your questions.

August 15, 2008

 

Autumn Gardening in Indiana

This week on “Noon Edition” we’ll have our annual fall gardening show. Here to answer your gardening questions will be retired co-owner of May’s Green House Helen May and co-owner of Bloomington Valley Nursery Seth Inman.

August 8, 2008

 

Managing Indiana’s Forests

This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the stewardship of Indiana’s woodlands. Joining us in the Studio will be Senior Policy Director for the Hoosier Environmental Council Tim Maloney, State Forester for the Department of Natural Resources John Seifert, as well as economist and co-founder of GreenFire Consulting Dr. Christine Glaser.

August 1, 2008

 

Alternate Forms of Education

This week on Noon Edition we will discuss alternate forms of education. Our guests will include New Tech High Principal Alan Veach, Developer of the Project School Daniel Baron, and Representative for LEARN homeschooling group Mike Beston.

July 25, 2008

 

Ins and Outs of Renting

In preparation for the school year, this week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll be discussing tenant’s and landlord’s rights. Joining us in the studio will be Vice President of the Monroe County Apartment Association Doug Horn and Attorney for Student Legal Services James McGillivray.

July 18, 2008

 

Understanding Poverty

This week on Noon Edition we’ll be discussing poverty in south central Indiana. Joining us in the studio will be Indiana Business Research Center Director Jerry Conover, Shalom Center Director Joel Rekas, and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard Director Brooke Gentile.

July 11, 2008

 

China Relations

This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll discuss China and its growing relationships with the United States, Indiana and Indiana University. Joining us in the studio are Lloyd Kolbe, professor of Applied Health and Science, and Scott Kennedy, assistant professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures.

July 4, 2008

 

A Bloomington Soldier in Iraq

This week on Noon Edition WFIU welcomes Captain Jake Weis, an intelligence officer from Bloomington, now serving in the Indiana Army National Guard 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team in Balad, Iraq.

June 27, 2008

 

Peak Oil and Indiana

This week on Noon Edition, member of Bloomington’s Peak Oil Task Force Greg Travis and Professor of Geological Sciences Juergen Scheiber will join us in the studio. They’ll discuss the concept of peak oil and how it’s relevant to Bloomington residents.

June 20, 2008

 

Tourism in Bloomington, Columbus and Beyond

This week on “Noon Edition,” Columbus Area Visitors Center executive director Lynn Lucas and Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau executive director Mike McAfee join us in the studio. They’ll discuss changes and challenges to tourism in southern Indiana and beyond.

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