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Women's History Month: Miranda Massie
(Mar 04, 2003) Play Dowanload

Miranda Massie, Esquire, was lead counsel for the student intervenors in Grutter v. Bollinger. She is currently an associate with Scheff & Washington, P.C. Her presentation is titled: Standing on the Promise of Brown and Building a New Civil Rights Movement - the student interveners in Grutter v. Bollinger.

African American History Month: Dr. Eugene DeLoatch
(Feb 27, 2003) Play Dowanload

Dr. Eugene DeLoatch holds two bachelors degrees-one in mathematics from Tougaloo College and another in electrical engineering from Lafayette College. He also has a masters degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in bioengineering from the Polytechnic University of Brooklyn. Dr. DeLoatch discusses issues of African American presence and racial diversity within the engineering industry in his presentation, titled US Engineering Workforce Whats Missing?

African American History Month: Shante Driver
(Feb 13, 2003) Play Dowanload

Defending the Promise of Brown Through the Defense of Affirmative Action - Grutter vs. Bollinger; University of Michigan Case on AA - Shante Driver, United for Equality and Affirmative Action.

The People, The Pride, The Promise - General Henry Shelton
(Dec 10, 2002) Play Dowanload

As the United States prepares for a possible confrontation in the Middle East, perhaps no one is more qualified to discuss our national security than General Henry Shelton, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Shelton speaks about his role in our military's response to the Sept. 11 attacks and the United States efforts to fight terrorism abroad in a lecture titled The People, The Pride, The Promise.

Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Peter McHugh
(Apr 08, 2002) Play Dowanload

Peter McHugh, FAA Small Aircraft Transportation System Manager discusses, Making Turtles Fly, perspectives on vision as a motivation for research, the difficulty of bringing new ideas to maturity and the research and engineering challenges provoked by the nation's current transportation crisis. He will suggest some emerging transportation alternatives.

Presidential Lecture Series: Jonathon Kozol
(Mar 12, 2002) Play Dowanload

Award-winning writer and social activist Jonathan Kozol's presentation: Ordinary Resurrections: The ethical resilience of low-income children in our segregated and unequal schools.

Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Michael Scardaville
(Feb 20, 2002) Play Dowanload

Homeland Security Expert Michael Scardaville discusses the topic from a broad perspective, with a general focus on how research and development, and therefore engineering, are vital to the United States efforts to make the nation more secure.

Presidential Lecture Series: Dr. Thomas Gouttierre
(Oct 10, 2001) Play Dowanload

Dr. Thomas Gouttierre lecturing on The Unholy Alliance: Osama Bin Laden, the Taliban and Pakistan. Dr. Thomas E. Gouttierre holds several positions at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He serves as the dean of International Studies and Programs, dean of the medical center and director of the Center for Afghanistan Studies.

Asia Pacific American Heritage Month Presentation
(Apr 03, 2001) Play Dowanload

The Forgotten Minority: Asian Americans in the United States Panel discussion moderated by Dr. Edward Wang, History Department, Rowan University. Panelists include: Dr. Allan Jiao, Law & Justice Studies, Dr. Hieu Nguyen, Mathematics, Ms. Ronette Wilson, Radio/TV/Film.

Women's History Month: Women Working with Words
(Mar 14, 2001) Play Dowanload

Rowan Radio celebrates Womens History Month with Women Working with Words, an evening of prose and poetry featuring Rowan writers, hosted by Professor Julia McDonald Chang and Dean of Communications, Dr. Tony Libro.

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