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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 5th

Join us for an hour of poetry this week, featuring the poems of Ted Kooser, former U.S. Poet Laureate, from a reading at Washburn University. We'll also hear five high school students compete in the Kansas Poetry Out Loud competition, held in Topeka. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith/Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 29th

Dr. Eugenie Scott is the Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education, a pro-evolution organization based in Oakland, California. Her talk, "Faith, Reason, and Assumption in Understanding the Natural World," was part of the Difficult Dialogues series, co-sponsored by KU's Hall Center for the Humanities and the Biodiversity Institute. Engineer(s): KU Media Services

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 1st

Martin Goldsmith is the author of "The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Love and Music in Nazi Germany." The book tells the story of his parents and their time with the Jewish Kulturbund, an all-Jewish performing arts ensemble. Goldsmith is the director of classical music for XM Satellite Radio, and the former host of National Public Radio's "Performance Today." Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 24th

Former Congressman John Kasich is the author of "Stand for Something: The Battle for America's Soul." He appeared at the Lied Center as this year's Vickers Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the KU School of Business. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 17th

Walter Mondale was vice-president of the United States from 1977 to 1981, serving under President Jimmy Carter. He also served as member of the U.S. Senate (D-Minnesota) and as ambassador to Japan. Mondale spoke at the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas on April 12th, 2007. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre/Lawrence Bush

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 10th

Os Guinness is an author, lecturer, and co-founder of the Trinity Forum, a leadership academy committed to fostering civil discourse. He spoke at the University of Kansas as part of the Difficult Dialogues series on Knowledge, Faith, and Reason. Engineer(s): KU Media Services

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 3rd

Maria Carlson is professor of Slavid Lanuuages at the University of Kansas. She spoke on Russia's search for identity following the collapse of communism and the end of the Cold War. Carlson's talk was the final Hall Humanities Lecture of the 2006-07 year on April 10th, 2007. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, May 27th

General Richard B. Myers is the former Joint Chief of Staffs, taking that position shortly after the September 11th terrorist attacks. In that capacity, he served as top military advisor to Present Bush, capping more than 40 years of military service. Myers gave the 2007 Dole Lecture at the University of Kansas on May 2nd, 2007. Engineer(s): Joseph DiNitto

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, May 20th

Lawrence native and KU graduate Alan Mulally is president and CEO of Ford Motor Company. Prior to moving to Ford last year, he was the head of Boeing's Commercial Airplane Division. He spoke on "Working Together" at KU's Lied Center on April 16, 2007. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, May 13th

Howard Baker served as senator from Tennessee, the Republican leader of the Senate, and the U.S. ambassador to Japan. Baker recently received the 2007 Dole Leadership Prize at the University of Kansas. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

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