University Beat

University Beat is a student production which puts the spotlight on Northern Michigan University, covering  events and activites of students, staff, departments and organizations that are of interest to the university and the community at large.

  NMU students from the Outdoor Rec. program's Project Design and Leisure Services class are working with Revolutions Bike Shop in Downtown Marquette to put on a bike repair workshop for adults this Sunday. Public Radio 90 intern Chris Jandro spoke with NMU student Ross Dammer and Lindsey Bean and Mark Hall from Revolutions to find out more about the project.

  NMU students from the Outdoor Rec. program's Project Design and Leisure Services class are coordinating an Earth Day event at the Moosewood Nature Center this Saturday.  Public Radio 90's Hannah Moran spoke with Jonathan Ferring, a student in the class.

  Jazz Violinist and Detroit native Regina Carter is this year's special guest at the NMU Jazz Festival. Public Radio 90's Hannah Moran had a chance to speak with her about her music and her concerts in Marquette.

  NMU Professor Dr. Mark Shevy has contributed two chapters to a recent Oxford Press publication, "The Psychology of Music in Multimedia." Shevy spoke with Public Radio 90's Hans Ahlstrom and intern Phillip Nichols about his work. The following feature was produced and voiced by intern Chris Jandro.

Public Radio 90 student intern Kris Thomas interviews Matt Smock,  NMU's Director of Instructional Technologies, about the new technologies available in the new Jamrich building on campus.

Public Radio 90 intern Kris Thomas interviews ASNMU President Kat Klawes about raising funds for Syrian refugees.

Phillip Nichols interviews Profeesor Amy Orf about traveling to Cuba with NMU students

NMU's Platform Personalities presents The Medicine of Music" violinist, Robert Gupta in a presentation Monday, Oct. 21 at 7:30 in the Great Lakes Rooms.

Public Radio 90's Hans Ahlstrom had a chance to speak to Gupta about how music affects the brain.