Topic: National Public Radio

Jane Austen, Crazy Ants and Tricky Fish

June 17, 2013
Jane Austen, Crazy Ants and Tricky Fish

Headliners: From a recreated 19th century museum show to crowdsourcing Maya research to camouflage fish, work by UT scholars garners national attention. Check out the clips.

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Headliners: Tracking Energy in Hollywood

May 20, 2013
Headliners: Tracking Energy in Hollywood

From "Energy at the Movies" to bombing North Korea, the research and opinions of UT faculty members captured the media's attention this spring. Read the headlines.

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Writer and storyteller of NPR fame visits campus

Feb. 10, 2011
Writer and storyteller of NPR fame visits campus

Kevin Kling, a world renowned humorist and author of the book "Holiday Inn," recently taught a workshop and performed for a group of students and faculty.

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NPR Journalist Michele Norris to Present "Listening to America in an Election Year: Did the Press Get it Right?"

Nov. 11, 2008

Event: Award-winning journalist, co-host of National Public Radio's (NPR) "All Things Considered" and 2008 Mary Alice Davis Distinguished Lecturer Michele Norris will present "Listening to America in an Election Year: Did the Press Get it Right?"

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KUT Radio celebrates 50 years of music and news

Aug. 25, 2008
John Aielli came to UT as a student in 1966 and started as a part-time on-air host at KUT. By 1970, he was a full-time host.

Since receiving the call sign of KUT from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Aug. 21, 1958, KUT Radio has nurtured and shared the most authentic and remarkable voices of the community - and the world - through local and national news, and through innovative and authentic music that is picked for qualities of substance and integrity. Today, KUT is one of the top public media institutions in the country, reaching 500,000 people each week through traditional radio, two HD Radio channels, the Internet, podcasts and mobile devices.

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