Posts Tagged ‘David Guterson’

Trending Now: Sonia Shah, Lorene Cary, Ted Conover

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Here is the latest from our speakers who are making headlines:

 

In connection with her tenure as the Ottaway Prof of Journalism at SUNY, Sonia Shah has launched a new investigative website on Lyme disease.

 

Lorene Cary, author of If Sons, Then Heirs and Black Ice, speaks about her novels in-depth through an online interview with Deborah Kalb. Stay tuned for her new website focusing on acts of kindness and social work that protects school children!

 

Ted Conover, author of Rolling NowhereThe Routes of Man and Coyotes has been featured on Mic.com as an adventurer, father and a man consumed by the beauties of wanderlust.

 

Jodi enjoys a recent visit with authors David Guterson (far left) and Dr. Charles Johnson (far right)!  You can imagine the great stories and conversation that were had!

 

Jodi, Guterson, Johnson 7-21-14

 

 

Check out the latest adventure from Emery Jones – Boy Science Wonder.

 

That’s all for us — be sure to check back on Friday for our weekly video!

 


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What’s Trending Now: Earth Day!

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Happy Earth Day Everyone!  Our environmental change makers are speaking around the world today encouraging communities to take action to protect the planet we live on.   What’s the one thing you’ve done this year to create change?  Was it hard to do?

 

In other news,  Spin.com recounts the busy year of riot grrrl Kathleen Hanna and raves about her band’s newest release, “Brightside“.

 

Check out Math Horizons interview with acclaimed mathematician, writer, and teacher, Dr. Steven Strogatz.

 

Bustle.com wrestles with the age old question: is Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson the sexiest astrophysicist alive?

 

Renowned novelist David Guterson plays a special role in this story of one person helping another – truly inspirational.

 

That’s all for today – be sure to check back on Friday for our weekly video!


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