is a weekly half-hour program that looks at three forces of change at
work in Northeast Ohio: technology, globalization and diversity. Host
Luke Frazier explores how these forces intersect with how we work,
learn, live and play.
Thirsting for Meaning; Drinking for Survival by Luke Frazier, host of NEOtropolis
Living near one of the Great Lakes tends to skews one’s perspective on fresh water. We have an abundance of good, clean potable (always liked that word, though never understood why we can’t just say “drinkable” and be done with it) water. [more]
Top Three Reasons to Follow Your Doctor on Social Media by Kathleen Colan, NEOtropolis social media expert
You might be surprised how deft health care providers have become at
keeping the public informed via social media. Here are three reasons you
might want to give it a try ... [more]
Thirsting for Meaning
How do the forces of technology, globalization and diversity impact our physical and psychological health? On tonight’s show, host Luke Frazier talks about a Northeast Ohio organization that repurposes discarded medical supplies and ships them around the globe.
When it comes to your personal health, what do you think is most important: seeing your doctor regularly, watching your diet, exercising, getting enough sleep or watching reruns of “ER”? Share your opinion with Kathleen Colan via Facebook, Twitter or email.
Learning Curve WKSU radio host Jeff St. Clair shares the story of a small start-up in Cleveland that is using cutting-edge technology and creativity to create custom implants for brain surgery patients.
Culture Mark David Perusek, Ph.D., associate professor of cultural anthropology at Kent State University’s Ashtabula campus, discusses altruism.
Street Smart Is doing good always about benefitting others? Host Luke Frazier offers insight.