In-House Productions

Number:
311
Production Date:
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Featuring The Chamber Symphony directed by Milton Crotts; The Percussion Ensemble directed by Matthew Richmond; and The University Singers directed by Melodie Galloway.
Number:
310
Production Date:
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The mission of the undergraduate research program is to provide students with a wide variety of research, scholarly and creative opportunities that support and supplement other educational activities. The program encourages students and faculty mentors to engage in the complete active research process, including design and implementation of projects and dissemination of results. Fall 2012's Symposium Special Session featured the following presentations: "A Systematic Methodology To Ensure OSHA...
Number:
309
Production Date:
Monday, November 12, 2012
The 2012 S. Dexter Squibb Lecture – CSI: Chemistry, Spectrometry, Innovation.  Featuring R. Graham Cooks – Henry B Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Purdue University.  Dr. Cooks is at the forefront of Mass Spectrometry research. Purdue University has been leading the charge on the Miniaturization of the Mass Spectrometer Instrument (Mini-MS) for the past three decades. Led by Cooks, several generations of Mini-MS have been developed.
Number:
308
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  I. King Jordan Made history in 1988 when he became the first deaf president of Gallaudet University, the world's only university for students who are deaf and hard of hearing.  He became president as a result of a social revolution frequently called Deaf President Now (DPN).  The week-long movement was a watershed event in the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people all over the world.  Dr. Jordan serves as an international spokesperson for deaf and hard...
Number:
307
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  Meg Cadoux Hirshberg, who married Stonyfield Farms co-founder and Chairman Gary Hirshberg, worked in sales and yogurt production at Stonyfield for many years as the now-flourishing company struggled to reach profitability.  She is now contributing editor for Inc. Magazine, and writes about the struggle to balance work and family in her regular column, "Balancing Acts."  Hirshberg, author of "For Better of For Work," has won the acclaim of family business people...
Number:
306
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  A crowd of 1,320 students, faculty, staff and members of the community filled  UNC Asheville’s Justice Center for a Tuesday afternoon campaign rally with Vice  President Joe Biden. The rally was staged by the Obama/Biden campaign and  co-sponsored by two student groups, College Democrats and Students for Obama.  Vice President Biden stressed the importance of access to higher education and highlighted differences over economic and tax policies between...
Number:
305
Production Date:
Thursday, September 27, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  Overlook Hall, named in honor of Overlook Castle, the university’s fifth campus (1949 to 1961), houses some 300 students.  A state-of-the-art facility, it has 93,200 livable square feet made up of 10 “six-person suites” and 60 “four-person suites.”  Nine of the suites are ADA accessible and 17 have communication devices for the hearing impaired.  There are two glass enclosed study lounges on each floor, a rooftop lounge on the top floor, two laundry...
Number:
304
Production Date:
Friday, September 21, 2012
Tony Kiss, the beer reporter, has been following the local craft brew scene since 1994.  He traces the history of Asheville craft beer from the launch of Highland Brewing Company through this year's announcements that both New Belgium Brewing and Sierra Nevada Brewing will build east coast expansion breweries here and Oskar Blues Brewing will build an operation in Brevard.  With 10 craft breweries already operating in Buncombe County, and smaller "nano" breweries continuing to come on...
Number:
303
Production Date:
Thursday, September 13, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  UNC Asheville honored former chancellor David G. Brown, renaming the former  University Hall as Brown Hall in this ceremony attended by some 250 people on the  university campus. Brown and his wife, Lin, who live in Asheville, took  part in the ceremony, surrounded by family and friends.  Brown, who served as UNC Asheville's second chancellor, from 1984-1990, "has  been a transformative leader in American higher education," said UNC Asheville...
Number:
302
Production Date:
Thursday, September 13, 2012
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  In response to students taking their own lives after being bullied in school, Dan Savage created the It Gets Better Project, which has become a worldwide movement garnering many social media awards and inspiring millions to participate.  His internationally syndicated column, Savage Love, as well as "Savage U", a new MTV series, and his multiple books including "Skipping Towards Gomorrah: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pursuit of Happiness in America" all use frank...

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