Podcasts

https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/psychology.mp3

Carl Nathe recently interviewed some of our distinguished facutly from the Department of Psychology for his UK at the Half segment, which airs during each UK football game. He spoke with Professor Greg Smith, director of clinical training and head of UK's doctoral program in Psychology about the recent productivity studies of North American universities. Provost's Distinguished Service Professor Richard Milich also comments on how the...

Published October 28, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/kingsolver.mp3

Carl Nathe recently interviewed one of our own faculty members for his UK at the Half segment, which airs during each UK football game. He spoke with Ann Kingsolver, Director of the UK Appalachian Center and a professor in the Department of Anthropology, about her work in the area. Kingsolver is excited to be part of the Center and the Appalachian Studies Program and is busy exploring ways to become more involved in the community – for the university, faculty, and students. She...

Published October 28, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Reaping%20Rewards%20of%20Studying%20Classics_%20Claire%20Heitzman.mp3

Claire Heitzman, Gaines Fellow and recipient of a 2011 CAMWS Manson Stewart Scholarship. Every year the Classical Association of the Middle West & South (CAMWS) awards $1,000 scholarships to a limited number of undergraduate students majoring in Classics at the sophomore or junior level at a CAMWS college or university. In this podcast, Heitzman talks about the award and the unique Classics program at UK.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Published October 27, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Wei%20Jiang%27s%20Online%20Chinese%20Courses%20Reach%20Out%20to%20High-Schoolers.mp3

Since 2006, Wei Jiang has been a member of a team developing a series of online Chinese Language & Culture courses, taught through BlackBoard, aimed toward high school students. Once the curriculum is completed, courses will range from Chinese I to AP Levels I and II. These are currently available to students, and level III is in development.

This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier.

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Published October 26, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Meet%20Steve%20Davis_%20New%20Faculty%202011.mp3

At the beginning of the Fall 2011 semester, we met with all of the new faculty hires in the College of Arts and Sciences. This series of podcasts introduces them and their research interests. Steve Davis is an assistant professor in the Department of History. Davis’s area of focus is the history of South Africa, particularly the history of the anti-apartheid struggle. He examines the uses and misuses of oral history in state narratives by comparing interviews with ex-combatants with the official narratives of the state.

This...

Published October 26, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/parker2.mp3

Clint Parker is an undergraduate student in Chinese and Linguistics. Parker recently began work on a project translating a descriptive summary of a minority dialect called Sarikoli. The descriptive summary is in Chinese, and Parker is translating it into English.

This podcast was produced by Sam Burchett.

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Published October 24, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Chemistry%20for%20Everyone_%20Pauline%20Stratman.mp3

Pauline Stratman is vice president of the Chemistry department's Graduate Student Association. One of the tasks associated with her position, and a personal passion for her, is doing outreach to the Lexington community. A special time for the Chemistry department to educate the community is during National Chemistry Week. This year...

Published October 24, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/WRD%20420_%20Feminist%20Rhetorics%20with%20Katherine%20Rogers-Carpenter.mp3

What do Aspasia (the companion of Pericles), Sojourner Truth (the orator of the famous "Ain't I a Woman?" speech), and the 1990s Riot Grrrl movement have in common? They will all be featured in Katherine Rogers-Carpenter's "Feminist Rhetorics" (WRD 420/A&S 300), which will examine the speeches and texts of women whose voices have led to lasting social changes in their community and in a global context. The class, which will trace feminist rhetorics from Ancient Greece to contemporary feminist theory, is one of Writing, Rhetoric, and...

Published October 21, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/WRD%20205_%20Screen_Writing%20with%20Joshua%20Abboud_0.mp3

Have you sent an email, written a text message, or posted on a social media site today? If you have, then you have communicated via screen. From the way televisions have shaped family dynamics in the home, to the way cell phones and computers have influenced grammar and penmanship, the screen pervades our ways of communicating. Joshua Abboud will address the interrelationship between the screen and writing in "Screen/Writing" (WRD 205/ENG 305), one of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Media's groundbreaking course offerings for Spring 2012...

Published October 20, 2011
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/WRD%20205_%20Rhetorics%20of%20Violence%20and%20Non-Violence%20with%20Beth%20Connors-Manke.mp3

Did you know that there is a new certificate in the works for Peace Studies? Beth Connors-Manke is teaching "Rhetorics of Violence and Non-Violence" (WRD 205/ENG 205) in Spring 2012, and it will be a component of that certification program. The class is one of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Media's groundbreaking course offerings for Spring 2012.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Published October 19, 2011

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