North Dakota Quarterly ~ Why Stress is Bad for Healthposted on 04/08/2014
Tuesday, April 8 – North Dakota Quarterly is a literary journal whose roots extend back to the early days of the University of North Dakota, featuring international spectrum of writers and artists, along with UND faculty and researchers in a rich mix of articles, essays, fiction, and poetry. And it can be your thank you gift when you call in with your membership pledge. Joining us is Kathryn Sweney, managing editor. ~~~ Tom Isern, NDSU professor of history, has this week’s Plains Folk essay, “Government of Cattle.” ~~~ This month’s Science Café explores why stress is bad for our health. Joining us is Clayton Hilmert, associate professor of Psychology at NDSU.