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    • Homemade Astronaut: The Clay Anderson Story (Program Preview)

    • Homemade Astronaut The Clay Anderson Story video television tv preview trailer documentary Maryott Clayton Hartzell CEO Raikes Starns NU Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Engle Dupont Leetsma Nader Sachtleben Whitson Swanson Reynolds...
    • 'Homemade Astronaut: The Clay Anderson Story,' is an intimate and personal look at Anderson's journey from dreamy-eyed child to driven college student to determined NASA astronaut. During the hour-long NET Television production, Anderson talks...
    • Photographing Nebraska's Economy -- June 6, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life economy hardship recession photo picture photography journalism camera tour trip human professor job photojournalist Thorson
    • A group of UNL journalism students and their professor are touring the state looking to photograph the human side of economic changes. Jerry Johnston reports.
    • Nebraska's Economy (Full Program Replay)

    • Nebraska's Economy video television tv full program episode panel discussion economic problems Anderson University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor economics Goss Creighton economist Thompson director Bureau Business Research Tobias
    • How are Nebraskans impacted by America's economic problems? What can we expect from Nebraska's economy in 2009? These questions are addressed in 'Nebraska's Economy,' an NET Television News and Public Affairs project. The program compares...
    • Ag College Dreams: The Real Cornhuskers (Full Program Replay)

    • Ag College Dreams The Real Cornhuskers video television tv full program episode documentary historical historic history Geyer Cavett Nebraska State Society Historian Carter McCullough McKee Agronomy Horitculture Baenziger Logan-Peters Gangwish...
    • A look at the history of the Ag College at UNL. The University of Nebraska was founded in 1869 and its Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources has become a national and international powerhouse in teaching, research, and extension education.
    • Frontier University Dreams: A Story of Botantists, Bodysnatchers, and Bugeaters (Full Program...

    • Frontier University Dreams A Story of Botantists, Bodysnatchers, and Bugeaters video television tv full program episode documentary historical historic history Geyer Cavett Historian McKee Architectural Logan-Peters English Professor Knoll Nebraska...
    • Pioneering the harsh landscape of Nebraska was difficult enough in 1869. Pioneering a new university was almost beyond reason. What was a university? Who should go? What should be taught? There were no guidebooks. No road maps. They were building a...
    • Piano Teachers Remembered -- July 18, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Piano Teachers Remembered Hastings College music professor Koozer culture exhibit
    • Hastings College Music Professor Robin Koozer talks about his hometown piano teacher, and the difference piano teachers make in Nebraska's cultural life. Koozer is the scholar in residence for New Harmonies, a travelling exhibit highlighting music...
    • Flu Facts (Full Program Replay)

    • Flu Facts video television tv full program episode panel discussion Tobias Lincoln Public Schools LPS Superintendent Doctor Dr Dr. Gourley Department of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center UNMC Associate...
    • Find out how the H1N1 virus affects you, your family and our state on the hour-long NET Television production 'Flu Facts.' A panel of medical and public policy experts describe the medical science behind the virus; what to expect during this flu...
    • All About Books: December 3, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young Janovy UNL Professor Biological Sciences Pieces of the Plains
    • Charles Stephen interviews John Janovy, UNL Professor of Biological Sciences about his lastest book, 'Pieces of the Plains.'
    • Homemade Astronaut: The Clay Anderson Story (Full Program Replay)

    • Homemade Astronaut The Clay Anderson Story video television tv full program episode documentary Maryott Clayton Hartzell CEO Raikes Starns NU Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Engle Dupont Leetsma Nader Sachtleben Whitson Swanson Reynolds...
    • 'Homemade Astronaut: The Clay Anderson Story,' is an intimate and personal look at Anderson's journey from dreamy-eyed child to driven college student to determined NASA astronaut. During the hour-long NET Television production, Anderson talks...
    • The Paradox of National Liberation: India, Israel and Algeria by Michael Walzer

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Paradox National Liberation India Israel Algeria Walzer American political theorist America theory Princeton professor Arguing about War...
    • Dr. Michael Walzer is a leading American political theorist and has been a professor of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey since 1980. His recent books include 'Arguing about War' (2004) and 'Politics and...
    • America and its Enemies by Thomas Borstelmann

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Borstelmann Professor Modern World History Cornell Cold War Color Line American Race Relations Global Arena Created Equal Social Political...
    • The new Thompson Professor of Modern World History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and prize-winning author and teacher, Thomas Borstelmann spent 12 years in the History Department at Cornell University. His most recent books include 'The...
    • All About Books: May 22, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Waitress New Fabre Professor Stump
    • Charles Stephen interviews French author Dominique Fabre about his novel 'The Waitress Was New,' as well as the translator of the book, UNL Professor Jordan Stump.
    • All About Books: June 19, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Last Lecture Pausch professor pancreatic pancreas cancer terminal illness death George H. W. Bush Naftali 41st president biography
    • Otis Young ponders a terminally ill professor's reflections on life and death in 'The Last Lecture' by Randy Pausch. Charles Stephen inspects a new biography about the 41st President of the U.S. by Timothy Naftali, 'George H. W. Bush.'
    • Democracy and Religion: America and Israel by Ronald Dworkin

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Democracy Religion America Israel Dworkin Professor author Holberg International Memorial Prize
    • Ronald Dworkin has a unique ability to tie together abstract philosophical ideas and arguments with concrete everyday concerns in law, morals and politics. Dubbed 'Mr. Justice' by the Times of London, Dworkin's pioneering scholarly work has had...
    • Nebraska author's Hanukkah story on NPR special -- December 22, 2008

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Hanukkah lights story Gerald Shapiro Latke Maven UNL University Nebraska Lincoln professor holiday festival
    • Hanukkah begins at sundown December 21st. The NPR special Hanukkah Lights contains a story by University of Nebraska Lincoln writing professor Gerald Shapiro. NET Radio's Jerry Johnston talked with Shapiro about the story behind the story.

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