Wednesday, December 14, 2011

End of an era

Well my friends, I'm finally getting around to posting my last podcast (download here) for NYSK at KXUA. In August, I moved to Conway, AR, to work as a professor of biology at Hendrix College. It's the end of the semester now so I actually have a moment to make this last post!

Since the show started in January 2009, NYSK has brought you everything in nature that rocks! In this final episode, we revisited some of the topics, people, places, and music that have been featured throughout the last two and half years. Thanks to everyone for supporting the show and providing feedback. I hope this show has satisfied your curiosity about the natural world in some ways, but also stimulated it in others.  Also, a big thanks goes to the resources that made it all happen (e.g. the Macaulay Library, TNC’s Nature Stories, Scientific American’s 60-second Science)! Finally, a big FAT thank you goes to KXUA, for providing this nature nut with an outlet of expression for her love of the natural sciences and music.

As for the future, this might not be the end of the road for NYSK. Hendrix College also has station (KHDX), and I wouldn't be surprised if there are bird calls being broadcast from its studio sometime in the near future. Stay tuned!

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