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Sunday, November 29, 2009
Cincinnati Edition: November 29, 2009
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Meet Dr. Gregory Williams
The University of Cincinnati recently welcomed a new president, Dr. Gregory Williams, and he joins Maryanne Zeleznik to discuss his vision for the school now and in the future.
By Maryanne Zeleznik
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Maryanne Zeleznik with U.C. President Dr. Gregory Williams
Field Notes: Pete Seeger and the Power of Song
Miami University professor, Dr. Alan Winkler, has written a book about the life of folk musician and activist. Pete Seeger. Seeger has supported many environmental causes, as Thane Maynard discovers in his Field Notes segment this week.
By Thane Maynard
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Field Notes Podcasts
The Who Concert: 30 Years Later
Previewing tonight’s special, The Who Concert: 30 Years Later, Brian O’Donnell talks with concert promoter Cal Levy about the impact of the concert on himself and the industry. He has never spoken publicly of the concert until now.
By Brian O'Donnell
For more information: The Who Concert: 30 Years Later
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Focus on Technology
Ann Thompson reports in Focus on Technology that the Air Force is on a mission to find the most cost efficient and clean jet fuel. This week it will break ground on a new research facility at Wright Patterson Air Force Base to do just that.
By Ann Thompson
For more information: Wright Patterson Air Force Base
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Focus on Technology Podcasts
The site of the new research facility at Wright Patterson
Chemical Engineer Tim Edwards inside Wright Patterson's current biofuel research facility
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles
Looking to take a great walk? Andy Ellis talks with Tamara York, author of 60 Hikes in 60 Miles of Cincinnati.
By Andy Ellis
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