In The Moment ... April 10, 2017 Show 068 Hour 2
Dr. Kelvin Lim is vice-chair for research in the department of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota. He talked with Prairie Public’s Doug Hamilton about research into addiction. For thoughts on the mental health care crisis in South Dakota, tune in to South Dakota Focus with Stephanie Rissler on SDPB-TV this Thursday at 8 p.m. Central, 7 Mountain.
The third annual research symposium for Cheyenne River kicks off this week with a host of featured speakers that dive into topics such as genomics, ethics in research, and the potential of Lakota philosophy to protect our world. We’re joined by Joe Yracheta and Guthrie Ducheneaux of Missouri Breaks Industries Research for a conversation about data, education, and the urgency of the symposium.
Rick Mills is curator of the South Dakota State Railroad Museum in Hill City. He presents "Yesterday and Today: Railroading in the Land of Infinite Variety" tomorrow night at 7 p.m. at the historic 1906 Fort Pierre Depot Museum. We talk mythology, economics, and the cultural impact of rail in the state.
Gary Enright joins us for this week’s Images of the Past. We meet a photographer who documented the Custer Expedition.