Jun 19, 2018
This time on No Limits we talk about school safety efforts. We' here what the state and districts are doing to make sure students are safe. Our guests are Adam Baker with the Department of Education (DOE), The DOE School Safety Director David Woodward, Hamilton Southeastern (HSE) Mental Health and School Counseling Coordinator Brooke Lawson and HSE Assistant Principal Ryan Taylor.
Jun 14, 2018
On this episode of No Limits a discussion of child care challenges, especially during the summer. We cover the topics of care quality, camp options and safety as it relates to child care. Our guests will be Crystal Givens, Sarah Reynolds from Early Learning Indiana and Nicole Norvell from the FSSA office, Indiana director Early Childhood.
Jun 12, 2018
A discussion about the impact of urban heating on this edition of No Limits hosted by Jon Krull. We discuss the health implications, how youth in Indianapolis are becoming more involved and efforts to mitigate high temperatures in a city core. Our guests are Gabriel Filippelli, IUPUI professor of earth sciences, Jim Poyser executive director Earth Charter Indiana and Andrea Webster with the Environmental Resilience Institute.
Jun 07, 2018
Today on No Limits we'll discuss LGBT history in Indianapolis, we'll look back at a number of movements that are rooted here. Our guests include Dan Shockley from the Indiana Historical Society, Rebecca Shrum from IUPUI and Leah Nahmias with Indiana Humanities.
Jun 05, 2018
On this episode of No Limits we'll talk about changing social programs to include work requirements. Indiana has done this with HIP 2.0 and there have been other federal pushes in recent months. Our guests include Jessica Fraser Director Indiana Institute for Working Families, Rev Shaunda Gladden and Cyla Dyer community organizer.
May 31, 2018
On this episode of No Limits we discuss summer food insecurity. When school is out some Hoosier children will miss out on meals. We talk about the problems and programs available to help. Our guests are Adam Baker from the Indiana Department of Education, DOE nutrition specialist Tina Skinner, and Feeding Indiana's Hungry Executive Director Emily Weikert Bryant.
May 29, 2018
On this episode of No Limits, a discussion about access to a opioid overdose reversal drug called naloxone. Indiana pharmacies are allowed to distribute the medicine but it can still be difficult to get. Our guests will be Dr. Jon Agley with the Indiana Prevention Resource Center, Justin Phillips Overdose Lifeline and Kelly Williams clinical pharmacy specialist Eskenazi Health.
May 24, 2018
On this No Limits we will talk about women in motorsports. Females are increasing involved in the technology side of the sport (especially in INDYCAR!) and we'll discuss the effort to engage more women. Our guests will be Cara Adams, chief engineer with Firestone, IUPUI Associate Dean Terri Talbert-Hatch and motorsports student Lizzie Todd.
May 23, 2018
With the Great American Read in full swing, on this No Limits with John Krull we discuss how libraries around the area use programs like this and others to instill a passion and lifelong love for reading. As well as what libraries are doing to keep patrons engaged. Our guests are Indy Library Director of Public Services John Telling, Carmel Librarian Christy Walker and Kokomo librarian Lisa Fipps.
May 17, 2018
On this episode of No Limits we talk with Aleta Hodge about her book "Indiana Avenue" that profiles the jazz movement in Indiana.
May 15, 2018
On this episode of No Limits we discuss the future of transit in central Indiana, with the Red Line receiving federal funding approval we talk about how that will advance the larger picture of regional transportation in the area. Our guests are Bryan Luellen from Indy Go, Brian Payne , president and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation and Casey Stockamp, current chair of the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority.
May 10, 2018
This No Limits show focuses on mental health access in Indiana, the shortage of providers and options, and what's being done to address the issue. Our guests are Executive Director of NAMI Barbara Moser, Kevin Moore, Director of FSSA's Division of Mental Health and Addiction and Jagdish Khubchandani, a health science professor at Ball State who co-authored a study on the shortage of providers in rural Indiana