In Part 2 of this podcast series, Mary tells of her mission to get to the US from her native African home, to study Special Education. Mary’s story of being a mother with an autistic child and living within a country that has no support for children with special needs is truly inspirational.
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Dr. Peggy Dettwiler talks to Dennis Miller about the planning and execution of the 2010 Mansfield Alumni Reunion Concert: An American Choral Portrait.
Every five years, Mansfield University Concert Choir alumni are invited back to campus to perform with the current Concert Choir. In this interview you will enjoy some of pieces that the group performed, all by American composers, including works by familiar names such as Eric Whitacre, Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, and Moses Hogan. Listen to this Podcast
Each year the Mansfield University Music Department presents an annual Holiday Choral Concert. This years theme was ‘Behold A Star’ and in this interview you will hear Dr. Peggy Dettwiler tell Dennis Miller how she comes up with the themes, plans and prepares for the annual concerts. You will also be captivated as you to listen to some of the selections during this years sold out performances.
As we move on to Part 2 of Mary Asaba and her Special Mission, she continues to talk candidly with Kathleen Carico on the subject closest to her heart, and the reason she is at Mansfield University, Special Education. Mary talks of problems with the education system in her native country of Africa and what she hopes to accomplish when she returns home. Her story begins with her Penn State Fellowship, which just happens to be her first trip to the United States.
Francis Bok was 7 years old when he was captured from his village in Sudan and taken as a child slave. He spent 10 years in captivity. After a daring escape, he wrote a book, Escape From Slavery, The True Story of my Ten Years in Captivity and My Journey to Freedom in America. In Part 1, Dennis Miller talks to Mr. Bok about his capture, his escape and his dreams for the future.
Mansfield University professor Dr. Denise Seigart, talk to Dennis Miller about her sabbatical studying health care systems in schools in both Australia and Ontario. In Part 1 she speaks of her goal, which is to work with colleagues at universities in both countries to compare school health care in the three countries and publish their findings.
Welcome to Part 2 of In Sickness and In Health. In this episode Dennis Miller continues his discussion with Dr. Denise Seigart, professor of nursing at Mansfield University. The professor spent her sabbatical studying the health care systems in schools in both Australia and Ontario in order to compare school health care in the three countries and publish the findings.
Dennis Miller speaks with Steve McCloskey. In Part 1, Steve talks about how the Mansfield Sprint Football Team caught the eye of reporter Adam Thompson of the Wall Street Journal. The MU team also impressed Princeton and Cornell University, Steve explains.
Steve McCloskey talks about how the MU Sprint Football Team impressed Cornell and Princeton with their team attitude and determination. Dennis Miller hosts this inspirational interview.