In-House Productions

Number:
281
Production Date:
Friday, October 14, 2011
Angelica Stacy is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley, where she has been teaching and heading research in the fields of materials chemistry and chemistry education since 1983. In addition, Professor Stacy serves the Berkeley campus as Associate Vice Provost for the Faculty. Professor Stacy’s research focuses on materials chemistry, with particular emphasis on the synthesis and characterization of nanowire arrays for energy conversion, including conversion of...
Number:
280
Production Date:
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Local communication professionals discuss various ethical dilemmas in today’s Social Media Age. Moderated by Sonya DiPalma, Assistant Professor – Mass Communication Department at UNC Asheville. Panelists include Rebecca Sulock – Co-Managing Editor Arts & Entertainment The Mountain Express; Jay Deacon – Wildfire Media Partners; Justin Belleme – Co-Owner of Asheville Now LLC and Founder of JB Media Group LLC; and Jeff Howell – Account Executive, The Daniels Group.
Number:
279
Production Date:
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Richard Morris - Adjunct Professor at the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and Principal of ROI Consulting, has more than a decade consulting experience with affluent families. He helps clients navigate family wealth and family business issues. Today's affluent families struggle with the realization that wealth can fuel dysfunction as well as paralyze and rob their children of ambition and meaning.
Number:
278
Production Date:
Thursday, December 1, 2011
This program features six UNC Asheville student projects from Anne Slatton’s Mass Communication class and Laura Bond’s Drama class.  The projects include: The Maui and Abner Show – Directed by Anna Brown, Flesh and Spirit – Directed by Miriam Allison, Franco the Clown – Written and Directed by Craig Koenekoop, Franny and Zooey – Produced and Directed by Cori Gross, Mondo Frozen Pizza Holocausto – Written and Directed by John Lauterbach, and Stories From Pier 21 – Written and Directed by...
Number:
277
Production Date:
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Visual Media Production 305: Video Workshop II (Fall 2010) This program features six UNC Asheville student projects from Anne Slatton’s Mass Communication class. The projects include: The Case of Emerson v. Davies – Directed and Edited by Josh Reed, Assistant Director and Editor - Jasmine George, I Thought Hipsters Were a Pair of Jeans? – Directed by Miriam Allison, Technically Okay – Directed by Becca Steinhoff, The Monk – Produced and Directed by Casey Morris, Mondo Frozen Pizza – Produced...
Number:
276
Production Date:
Monday, August 1, 2011
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  The Women Changing the World course examines how female leaders throughout history have been visionaries of ideas and made changes happen in many different situations. It also teaches students to become leaders of change. The women learned that any person with a good idea has the potential to make that idea a reality if she knows effective leadership strategies. The video shows some of the projects by UNC Asheville women who have been leaders of change and made our world...
Number:
275
Production Date:
Saturday, May 7, 2011
More than 5,000 family and friends gathered on UNC Asheville's Quadrangle Saturday morning to celebrate UNC Asheville's 2011 graduating class. Some 691 students were honored as the Class of 2011 during the 83nd Commencement Ceremony, including 447 spring graduates, 212 winter graduates and 32 summer graduates. Thomas W. Ross delivered the Commencement Address, his first as new president of the 17-campus University of North Carolina system. Prior to assuming his new position in January, Ross had...
Number:
274
Production Date:
Friday, April 22, 2011
ONLINE VIDEO [CC]  UNC Asheville celebrated the dedication of the Wilma M. Sherrill Center, which will house academic and outreach programs focused on disease prevention and healthy living. The $41 million project was funded through a $35 million state appropriation in 2004 and an additional $6 million in private gifts and grants. It is the largest construction project ever undertaken at UNC Asheville. In addition to housing the academic programs of the Department of Health and Wellness...
Number:
273
Production Date:
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Featuring David W. Berson, Chief Economist and Strategist for The PMI Group, where his responsibilities include domestic and global market research as well as risk management.  Also featuring James F. Smith, Chief Economist at Parsec Financial.  He has more than 30 years of experience as an economics forecaster.  The Economic Outlook portion of the program focuses on inflation, employment, interest rates, the strength of the dollar and the housing market. The Financial...
Number:
272
Production Date:
Thursday, April 14, 2011
ONLINE VIDED  [CC]  Featuring Marcie Cohen Ferris - Associate Professor, American Studies and Coordinator of Southern studies, UNC Chapel Hill. In a rich mix of oral history, archival resources, and recipes, Dr. Marcie Cohen Ferris examines the expressive power of food throughout southern Jewish History. Sponsored by the Religious Studies Department and the Center for Jewish Studies at UNC Asheville.

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