Update on Boston Bombings Investigation

April 19, 2013

GUESTS:  Kevin Cullen, Emma Gilligan, Terry Boult As events unfold in Boston, we’ll explore the bombing investigation from three perspectives. We’ll start off with Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen who has been writing about the (Read More)

Sally Ride’s Vision for the Future of Science

July 24, 2012

By Craig Richardson On July 24, 2012 [audio:http://mediawatch.uccs.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Sally-Ride.mp3|titles=Sally Ride] Sally Ride, America’s first woman astronaut communitcates with ground controllers from the flight deck during the six day mission of the Challenger. National Aeronautics and Space (Read More)

Federalist Papers

July 8, 2012

WPGB-FM (Radio) – Pittsburgh, PA Automated Partial Transcript from WPGB 7/8/2012 8:16:50 AM: … I’m here filling in for Glenn was taking a break for doing special two-hour show just on the American founding this family (Read More)

How to think like a Neaderthal

February 13, 2012

CBC News Posted: Feb 13, 2012 – 3:01 PM ET Last Updated:  Feb 13, 2012 – 2:57 PM ET [audio:http://mediawatch.uccs.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/quirksandquarks.mp3|titles=Quirks and Quarks featuring Frederick Coolidge of UCCS] A lack of creativity and the inability to (Read More)

Colorado Matters: American Provence

November 22, 2011

Remember when there was all that anti-French sentiment around the start of the war in Iraq? About that time, UCCS geographer Thomas P. Huber read about The Leroux Creek Inn near Hotchkiss in western Colorado. (Read More)

Radiolab: “Still Hanging On”

September 21, 2010

  Fred Coolidge, professor, Psychology, was featured in the WNYC radio program “Radiolab”, a nationally syndicated show, explaining his theory of hypnic jerks, the scientific term given to the sudden jerk that often accompany the (Read More)

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