In this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Joan Butcher sits down with Tom Kostohryz, President and Founder of Live Healthy Appalachia, and Brenda Morris, alumnae of the Complete Health Improvement Program (C.H.I.P.).
CHIP is a lifestyle intervention program that helps several members of the community with prevention and reversal of common diseases.
Joan, along with Morris, share their stories about how CHIP has benefited their lives, and why it is such a profound and life changing program
In this episode of Conversations From Studio B, host Jan Hodson talks with Dr. Margaret A. King, professor emerita of the Ohio University Patton College of Education. King has over 40 years of experience as an early childhood teacher, professor, and consultant. She is the author of numerous publications on a range of early childhood topics.
Tom Hodson, director and general manager of WOUB, talks with president and CEO of the Scripps-Howard Foundation Mike Philipps.
Celebrating the 7th Annual Scripps Day at Ohio University, Philipps as well as many others involved with the Scripps company, spoke with many of the current Scripps School of Journalism students about journalism.
The WOUB Radio Network will hold the annual Fall membership campaign Oct. 21 - 25. We need your financial support to pay for the programming you listen to every day. We rely on the support of listeners like you to pay for shows like Morning Edition, Diane Rehm, All Things Considered and others.
Call 800-825-1771 or make your pledge online at woub.org.
Thank you for your support of Public Radio!