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Bruce Williamson and Meg Swanson

This video is in two parts, the first guest hosted by James Pratt of the Speech department. Bruce Williamson attempts to define the relationship between nature, art, and math. Part two, starting at 54:00 features Meg Swanson explores her interaction with the written text of the glass menagerie.

Clark Dobbs , Meg Swanson and Robin Murray

Kurt Leichtle and John Erni. Clark Dobbs, Senior Researcher of Archeology, at institute of Minnesota Archeology, archeology field school with UM and UW River Falls, discusses what archeology is, his work along Lake Pepin, St. Croix River, and questions from the audience. (56:55) Part of lecture featuring Jose Vega leading a panel on multicultural education. (1:02:29) Design for Diversity Program, promoting cultural relations, featuring Meg Swanson and Robin Murray Speech Communication and Theatre Department.

Larry Albertson and Kurt Leichtle

Larry Albertson explores and analyzes the qualities that contribute to the formation and maintenance of a relevant and responsive educational system. Kurt Leichtle explores the perception of farm women and documents how competition views of female role evolved from media depictions.

Mike Norman and David Peters

Mike Norman takes an informational look at the historical, cultural, and social claims to individual privacy. Starting at 1:00:00, David Peters discusses unity in the organ donor program.

The Creative Impulse

Creativity and the creative arts, featuring Bonnie Netzel on art, Marshall Toman on creative writing, Robert Samarotto on music, and Karla She on Dance.