Chrissy Keuper

All Things Considered Host/Reporter

Chrissy is WUOT's local All Things Considered host. Her first job with the station was as a weekend student announcer while earning her bachelor's in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee. From 2004 to 2015, she served as the station's local host for Morning Edition. In that role, Chrissy won multiple awards for her reporting and interviewing, as well as hosting WUOT's monthly public affairs series Dialogue.

Chrissy took a break in the autumn of 2015 and wrote for Cityview magazine, writing about East Tennessee military veterans. But, she says, her heart never left WUOT. She returned in July 2019.

Keuper is a native of Johnson City, Tennessee. In her free time, she serves on the boards of the Marble City Opera and Discover Life in America, leads book discussions for Knox County Public Library's "All Over the Page" series, and enjoys the many offerings of a growing Knoxville, specifically the city's art galleries, restaurants and greenways.

Tennessee Stage Company

This year, the Tennessee Stage Company is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its New Play Festival. The festival includes the world premiere of a play called “Raft”, about two friends, Morgan and Hedgehog, who are stranded in the Pacific Ocean on a half-deflated bouncy-castle after being washed away from a birthday beach party during a storm. WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper spoke with Tennessee playwrights playwrights Harrison Young and Carolyn Thomas about how the play evolved…

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William Blount, arguably the father of the state of Tennessee, was the first and as yet only member of the federal legislature to be impeached.

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For International Holocaust Remembrance Day, WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper sat down with two scholars from the University of Tennessee to talk about their research into European Jews and the Holocaust. Helene Sinnreich is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Director of The Fern and Manfred Steinfeld Program in Judaic Studies. Marilyn Kallet is Professor Emerti of Creative Writing and Knoxville’s Poet Laureate.

Marilyn Kallet

Whether or not you celebrate a new beginning on New Year’s Day, you may agree that the day marks the end of the winter holidays and the beginning of the coldest and darkest time of the year. WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper invited Knoxville’s Poet Laureate Marilyn Kallet to help warm us with some poetry for the New Year. 

 

 

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Imagine coming home from your favorite restaurant with the leftovers of a tasty meal. You enjoy your midnight snack and then chuck the carryout container into the compost. WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper reports that container and other products like it will soon be made in East Tennessee by a company called Genera Energy.

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Karen Lloyd’s research focuses on microbes that are buried deep within the earth, so she’s worked in a variety of environments: the deep ocean, volcanic arcs in Central America and South America, and, most recently, on the permafrost of the Arctic. Lloyd is an Associate Professor of Microbiology at the University of Tennessee.

Department of Religious Studies / University of Tennessee - Knoxville

On December's Dialogue, WUOT's Chrissy Keuper took a look at the 'Ayn Gharandal archaeological field school in Jordan. Our guests were Erin Darby of the University of Tennessee’s Department of Religious Studies, Robert Darby of the UT School of Art, and students Ashley Cornell and Symantha Gregorash. They spoke about the project and what it’s like running a field school in the desert:

WUOT's November 19, 2019 edition of NPR's All Things Considered was broadcast live from Park Headquarters at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. During the show, WUOT's Chrissy Keuper spoke with Chief Ranger Lisa Hendy, Superintendent Cassius Cash and Resource and Education Chief Susan Sachs, and Science and Research Coordinator Paul Super. 

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