Dec 22, 2014
Dec 29, 2014
"Holiday Week"
Jan 05, 2015
"Southeast Connector Project"

Garth Oksol (oak sole) graduated from North Dakota State University in May of ’98 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and is a Licensed Civil Engineer in the State of Nevada.  Garth began his career with the Federal Highway Administration in the Highway Engineer Training Program.  His assignments included time in Tallahassee, FL, Auburn, CA, Salt Lake City, UT and Sacramento, CA.  After the Training Program, Garth took a position with the Nevada Division Office as the Pavements and Materials Engineer. 

In November of 2002, Garth accepted a position with the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County.  In this position Garth is the Project Manager for the SouthEast Connector, the largest locally funded roadway project in Northern Nevada.  Garth is also the President-Elect for the Nevada Chapter of American Public Works Association.  Garth was named Young Engineer of the Year for 2008 by the American Society of Civil Engineers – Truckee Meadows Branch.  He is a father of three beautiful children (a 12 year old daughter, a 9 year old daughter, and 3 year old son) and has been married to his lovely wife for over 14 years.

Jan 12, 2015
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"Nuclear Fusion"

Born in Arkansas, at an early age Taylor took an interest in science. When he was 10 years old this interest turned nuclear, and at age 14 Taylor became the youngest person in history to produce nuclear fusion. He spent his high school career continuing fusion research along with developing a series of novel nuclear technologies impacting a range of fields from medicine to security.

Along with the commercialization of these innovations, Taylor has recently begun work on a novel class of compact, modular power reactor that can be rapidly brought to market for both distributed power generation and specialized energy applications.

When not in the lab or working on bringing emerging technologies to market, Taylor enjoys hunting down lost nuclear history and promoting a passion for science and technology in young people throughout the globe.

Jan 19, 2015
"Martin Luther King Holiday"
Feb 23, 2015
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"AHA- Heart in Your Community"

Letitia Anderson, MD, FACC is the Chief of Cardiology at Renown and specializes in imaging, which encompasses all forms of non-invasive cardiology. Dr. Anderson studied medicine at the University of Vermont, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Medical Center Campus in Burlington, Vermont. As a younger cardiologist, Dr. Anderson feels especially blessed to be gifted with the opportunity meet, talk with and listen to people every day to help prevent disease and heal chronic and acute illness. For Dr. Anderson, listening to her patients is vital in helping her patients: “I think what’s important is to have an extra chair in the room to sit down and listen. That really can make a difference.” Dr. Anderson also “sees” patients in her down time hiking in Reno or skiing at Mt. Rose. Access to the outdoors pulled her family to Reno, and she loves that she and her family can be outside almost every day of the year.