In-House Productions

Number:
261
Production Date:
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  Featuring Cathy Smith Bowers - North Carolina Poet Laureate. Smith Bowers is the author of four collections of poetry: The Love That Ended Yesterday in Texas; Traveling in Time of Danger; A Book of Minutes; and The Candle I Hold Up To See You. She received her BA and MAT in English at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina and went on to do graduate work in Modern British Poetry at Oxford University in England.
Number:
260
Production Date:
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Featuring Dr. Melvin Konner - Samuel C. Dobbs Professor of Anthropology at Emory. Dr. Konner, the author of many books, is acclaimed for fresh and thoughtful views on Jewish identity. His works Unsettled: An Anthropology of the Jews, and The Jewish Body, consider Jewish identity and experience through the lens of the Jewish body itself and how it has been seen through history by Jews and non-Jews.
Number:
259
Production Date:
Saturday, October 9, 2010
ONLINE VIDEO  [CC]  Featuring keynote speaker Kenneth Snelson. Snelson was an art student at Black Mountain College in the summers of 1948 and 1949, where he studied with Buckminster Fuller and Josef Albers. He made the original discovery of the tension/compression principle, "tensegrity" which defines his structural sculptures. A major American sculptor, his work is in public and private collections worldwide. 
Number:
258
Production Date:
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Featuring Author, Lawrence McDonald. McDonald was one of the most consistently profitable traders at Lehman Brothers. He also tried in vain to stop the firm from heading down the road to destruction. He provides an insider's look into the biggest bankruptcy the universe has ever seen - bigger than Enron, Worldcom and Adelphi combined. 
Number:
257
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Featuring Actor Mike Wiley.  Wiley portrays a host of historical figures, including Thurgood Marshall, Earl Warren and Linda Brown, in this play about the 1954 Supreme Court decision that declared unconstitutional the "separate but equal" precedent set in Plessy v. Ferguson. 
Number:
256
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Connecting the Liberal Arts to Career Choices, Career Interest Panel. Sponsored by Academic Affairs and the ILS Topical Clusters. Moderators: Eileen Buecher - Director, UNC Asheville Career Center and Ann Weber - Professor, Department of Psychology. Featuring: Allison Ballentine - Animal Curator, WNC Nature Center, Matthew Christian - Wildlife Education Specialist, Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, Jade Frank - Volunteer Coordinator, Paws with a Purpose & UNC Asheville alumni, Kendall...
Number:
255
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The Mass Communication Department sponsors this panel discussion hosted by Don Diefenbach. The panelists include Marilyn Ball of 12Twelve Collaborative Marketing Solutions, Paul Bonesteel of Bonesteel Films, Jess McCuan of VERVE Magazine, Sherri McLendon who is president of the Public Relations Association of Western North Carolina and Jason Sandford of the Asheville Citizen-Times. 
Number:
254
Production Date:
Thursday, September 16, 2010
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  Featuring Professor George H. Atkinson - Director, Institute on Science for Global Policy and Professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Optical Sciences, University of Arizona. Many of the most significant global challenges facing 21st century societies are directly related to the remarkably rapid and profound scientific and technological (S&T) achievements of our time. The challenge to consistently recognize short-term S&T opportunities and risks as well as to...
Number:
253
Production Date:
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Student projects from The Department of Mass Communication, Video Workshop II & Senior Seminar 2009. Projects include; My Captivity, Patricia Furnish - In Between, Amanda Albee - Toward The Giant Peach, Agathe Mahuet - The Roommate, Emily Palumbo - Secrets of a Dutchess, Marshall Hammer - Interface, Matthew Warren - Snuggies: An Odyssey of the Mind - and Flowers For Bats, Rebecca Peterson. 
Number:
252
Production Date:
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Leading change is hard; just ask anyone who has tried. In an integrative liberal studies course, Management 379: Changing the World, Dr. Mary Lynn Manns examines how leaders throughout history have been visionaries of ideas and made changes happen in many different situations and organizations. The goal is to equip students with the strategies they need to become successful leaders of change in their personal and professional lives. This video is about some of the projects from this class and...

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