IU First Lady Laurie McRobbitalk about the use of information technology in higher education and advanced networking for research and learning. McRobbie is now the executive director of Internet2, the nation’s top networking consortium. She spoke with Shana Ritter.
Karen Hanson, provost and executive vice president of Indiana University, has been teaching at IU in the Department of Philosophy since 1976. She has also published numerous essays and is the author of The Self Imagined: Philosophical Reflections on the Social Character of Psyche.
Lewis Ricci is executive director of the Indiana Arts Council. Previously he was the director of the University of Idaho’s International Jazz Collections at the Lionel Hampton Center, and served on the adjunct faculty of that university.
Harold “Tuck” Langland is a sculpture, writer, and professor at IU South Bend where he taught in the fine arts department for over thirty years. He is currently the first vice president of the National Sculpture Society. He spoke with WFIU’s Adam Schwartz.
Dr. George List is one of the foremost ethnomusicologist in his field. At age 96, though the professor is now blind, he is still producing journal articles and reviews. He spoke with WFIU’s George Walker.
David and Scott Hillenbrand, both brothers and filmmakers, are the owners of Hill & Brand Productions. Their production company focuses on creating a wide range of media content, including film, music and theater. They spoke with Peter Noble-Kuchera.
Bradley Hamm is currently the dean of the School of Journalism at Indiana University. He has a doctorate in communications research from the University of North Carolina and has taught in courses in mass communication all over the world. Owen Johnson conducted the interview.
Violinist and conductor Jaime Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson have dedicated their lives to performing and teaching around the world. They are now on the faculty of the IU Jacobs School of Music. Peter Jacobi is your host.
James MacMillan is currently a composer/conductor with the BBC Philharmonic. A native of Scotland, MacMillan uses his cultural heritage to give his music a folksy, yet stirring rythmic tune. He spoke with WFIU’s Cary Boyce.