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Beyond the Classroom

Below are the podcasts of the episodes of “Beyond the Classroom,” which is produced by WWUH Radio and hosted by David Schonfeld. Beyond the Classroom features interviews with University of Hartford faculty and staff about their areas of research. The show airs weekly on Thursdays at noon on WWUH (91.3 FM).

Theme music  The theme music for “Beyond the Classroom” is from the song “Arrogant Ignorance,” composed by Paul Philippone and performed by a Hartt School ensemble of Mike Casey (alto sax), Taber Gable (electric piano), Mike Pallas (trombone), Paul Philippone (drums), Andrew Renfro (guitar), and Alex Tremblay (bass).

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Date BroadcastGuestDepartmentSummaryListenDownload
7/31/14Robert Celmer, part 2Acoustical EngineeringAcoustical issues in today's noise-filled world Read More...Download
7/24/14Robert CelmerAcoustical EngineeringThe wide array of acoustical careers Read More...Download
7/17/14Laura Pence, part 2ChemistryThe threat of water scarcity worldwide Read More...Download
7/10/14Laura PenceChemistryPromoting Science as a Basis for Public Policy Read More...Download
7/03/14John Feierabend, part 2Music EducationCreating music literacy in our culture Read More...Download
6/26/14John FeierabendMusic EducationBuilding Community through Folk Music Read More...Download
6/19/14Michael Wininger, part 2Prosthetics and OrthoticsDeveloping prosthetic devices with human qualities  Read More...Download
6/12/14Michael WiningerProsthetics and OrthoticsDramatic Advances in the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics Read More...Download
6/05/14Ivana MilanovicMechanical EngineeringEncouraging young women to enter STEM disciplines Read More...Download
5/29/14Jacob Harney, part 3BiologyNew research on how to stay healthy Read More...Download
5/22/14Jacob Harney, part 2BiologyFuture Directions in Stem Cell Research Read More...Download
5/15/14Jacob HarneyBiologyThe value of an education in the sciences Read More...Download
5/08/14Robert BlackMusicHow Musicians Evolve as Artists Read More...Download
5/01/14Beth Taylor, part 2Health SciencesHow to develop a fitness regime Read More...Download
4/24/14Beth TaylorHealth SciencesRunning and Heart Health  Read More...Download
4/17/14Paul Siegel, part 2Communiccation LawCopyright Law in the Information Age Read More...Download
4/10/14Paul SiegelCommuniccation LawCommunication Law in the Age of the Internet Read More...Download
4/03/14Claudia OakesHealth SciencesHelping parents age in comfort in their own home Read More...Download
3/27/14Donn WeinholtzEducation LeadershipCreating meaningful educational reform Read More...Download
3/13/14David Pines, part 2Environmental EngineeringEngineering's Role in Community Economic Development Read More...Download
3/06/14David PinesEnvironmental EngineeringThe effect of climate change on water availability in hot weather countries Read More...Download
2/27/14Ashley "Woody" Doane, part 2Social SciencesOvercoming Racism in Our Society Read More...Download
2/20/14Ashley "Woody" DoaneSocial SciencesRacism and Racial discourse in America Read More...Download
2/13/14Susan Coleman, part 2FinanceFostering an entrepreneurial climate in Connecticut Read More...Download
2/06/14Susan ColemanFinanceTeaching people about personal financial responsibility Read More...Download
1/30/14Otto Wahl, part 2PsychologyCombating the misconceptions about mental illness  Read More...Download
1/23/14Otto WahlPsychologyDispelling the Stigma of Mental Illness Read More...Download
1/16/14Michael Crosbie, part 2ArchitectureHow does one write about Architecture Read More...Download
1/09/14Michael CrosbieArchitectureCareers in the dynamic world of building design Read More...Download
1/02/14Roger Desmond, part 2CommunicationThe future of Journalism Read More...Download
12/26/13Roger DesmondCommunicationChanges in Media and Journalism Read More...Download
12/19/13Robert H. Davis, part 2TheatreSecrets of Actors Training Read More...Download
12/12/13Robert H. DavisTheatreActing and Actors' Training Read More...Download
12/05/13John KnieringCareer ServicesEmployment trends facing recent and soon-to-be University graduates Read More...Download
11/28/13David IsgurMarketing and CommunicationEfforts to raise the visibility of the University Read More...Download
11/21/13Mala Matacin with Nikole JewellPsychologyA discussion of gender and body image issues Read More...Download
11/14/13John NordykeArtThe study of Visual Communication Design Read More...Download
11/07/13Lynne Kelly, part 2CommunicationSocial Media and Technology in Relationship Communications Read More...Download
10/31/13Lynne KellyCommunicationCommunication training for the reticent  Read More...Download
10/24/13John RamseyWWUH RadioHistory of WWUH and of the radio industry in Connecticut Read More...Download
10/17/13Thomas FilburnEngineeringNuclear Power Plant Operation and Safety Read More...Download
10/10/13Avinoam Patt, part 2Judaic StudiesGenocide and Evil in Human History Read More...Download
10/03/13Avinoam PattJudaic StudiesGenocide in Our Society Read More...Download
9/26/13Mary Botticelli ChristensenEducationEducational Main Street as a collaboration between the University and Hartford community. Read More...Download
9/19/13Warren GoldsteinHistoryAmerica and the 60s Read More...Download
9/12/13J. Lee Peters and Sue FitzgeraldStudent AffairsHelping students with transition to college. Read More...Download
9/05/13Humphrey TonkinPresidents’ CollegeHow languages evolve Read More...Download