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May 21, 2013
Verdi's Falstaff at the Lexington Opera House Lexington, KY (2012-02-24) UK Opera Theatre's production of Verdi's Falstaff opens on Friday, February 24 at the Lexington Opera House. We have a conversation with director Richard Kagey, Reginald Smith Jr. (Falstaff), and Elizabeth Maury.
UK 150th Anniversary Lexington, KY (2012-02-14) The University of Kentucky will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2015. Even now, plans are underway for a grand celebration. Deirdre Scaggs, co-chair of the Sesquicentennial Committee has a preview of what's in store over the next three years.
Black History Month Events at UK Lexington, KY (2012-02-02) Our guest is Unique Young, President of UK's Black Student Union. She gives us an overview of Black History Month events at the University of Kentucky.
Healthy Workplaces Lexington, KY (2012-01-31) Dr. Jennifer Swanberg, Executive Director of UK's Institute for Workplace Innovation (iWin) discusses the institute's recent report on Healthy Workplaces
UK's Center for Business and Economic Research Released Annual Report Lexington, KY (2012-01-31) UK's Center for Business and Economic Research has released its annual report on Kentucky's economy. Center Co-Director Ken Troske discusses some of the report's key findings with host Tom Godell.
Human Development Institute Lexington, KY (2011-12-14) Dr. Harold Kleinert discusses the wide-ranging work of UK's Human Development Institute & Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.
Educating the Next Generation of Physicians and Scientists Lexington, KY (2011-12-12) The new dean of the UK College of Medicine, Dr. Frederick C. de Beer, discusses his plans for educating the next generation of physicians & scientists.
Frank X Walker on Creativity Lexington, KY (2011-12-14) UK English Professor Frank X Walker was recently recognized by Oxford American Magazine as one of the most creative teachers in the south. Dr. Walker discusses the award and his forthcoming book about the assassination of Medgar Evers.
A Conversation with UK Preisdent Eli Capilouto (Part 3) Lexington, KY (2011-11-30) In the last of three interviews, new UK President Capilouto discusses options for funding his vision for the future of the University of Kentucky.
A Conversation with UK Preisdent Eli Capilouto (Part 2) Lexington, KY (2011-11-22) In the second of three conversations, new UK President Eli Capilouto lays out his vision for improving the undergraduate experience at the university.
A Conversation with UK Preisdent Eli Capilouto (Part 1) Lexington, KY (2011-11-16) The first in a series of three conversations with new UK President Eli Capilouto.
Community 101 Lexington, KY (2011-11-08) UK Geography Professor Richard Schein discusses student involvement in the Lexington community via his fascinating new class, Community 101.
Nikky Finney Wins Accolades Lexington, KY (2011-11-02) UK Creative Writing Professor Nikky Finney's book Head Off and Split has been nominated for this year's National Book Award. Dr. Finney discusses the book and reads a portion of one of her poems.
Year of China Lexington, KY (2011-10-31) This year UK's College of Arts and Sciences is bringing China to the Commonwealth through an extensive series of lectures, activities, and events. Dr. Keiko Tanaka discusses November's "Year of China" events with host Tom Godell.
Improving Oral Health in Kentucky Lexington, KY (2011-10-26) Kentucky consistently ranks as one of the worst states in the nation for oral health. At the forefront of efforts to give children healthy starts in oral care for many years, is UK's college of Dentistry led by the college's Dean, Sharon Turner. Tom Godell discusses important issues relating to oral health with Dr. Turner.
Sustainability at UK Lexington, KY (2011-10-21) From campus dining services to urban planning, trash, energy policy, global food security and much more, sustainability efforts continue to grow on UK's campus. UK's sustainability coordinator Shane Tedder and co-chair of the President's sustainability advisory committee Lee Meyer sit down to discuss this ongoing topic with Tom Godell. Click here to listen in.
Changing the Future of Hydrogen Production Lexington, KY (2011-10-11) When the conversation comes to hydrogen fuel you may think of a science project...water bubbling, gases rising. But the production of hydrogen fuel is a complicated and expensive process. Two UK professors, Dr. Madhu Menon and UK professor Michael Sheetz, have been researching materials for cheap hydrogen production using a computer and they think they've come up with a model that could change the future of hydrogen production and just how much people spend on electronic devices and car fuel.