Dennis Miller of Mansfield University sits down with author Michael Capuzzo and discusses the origins of his recently released book “The Murder Room: The Heirs of Sherlock Holmes Gather to Solve the World’s Most Perplexing Cold Cases.” This group is the Vidocq Society, a group dedicated to dealing with long-unsolved murders and other major cases. Listen to this Podcast
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Michael Chester, associate professor of physics, was this year’s featured speaker as the 154th academic year at Mansfield University began with Convocation. In his address entitled “Physicist and Farmer: A Few Things That I’ve Learned,” he recounted how he and his wife went from farming novices to running a small working organic farm, raising produce and livestock. He talked of trials and tribulations of learning how to farm and extolled the virtues of organic farming.
Ray Krone, who spent more than ten years in prison, three of those on death row, before DNA testing cleared him, spoke to a packed auditorium at Mansfield University. Krone is the 100th former death row inmate freed because of innocence . Prior to his arrest, he had no criminal record, had been honorably discharged from the military, and had worked for the U.S. Post Office for seven years.
Krone is the subject of the book , by Bill Kurtis.
In this podcast you’ll hear his live speech and a question and answer session.
Ray Krone is an average American. He is an average American who once sat on Death Row after being branded the “Snaggletooth Killer.” A hard working lawyer, a supportive family, his own unwavering faith and DNA finally cleared Ray, who now is a vocal activist against capital punishment. Ray sits down at a table here at Mansfield University and talks to Dennis Miller about the crime, the system, the fight to save his life and the fight to remain hopeful.
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.
We talk with Elizabeth Lloyd, a junior biology major and president of Mansfield University’s Environmental Club. She talks of National earth day, environmental Awareness and recycling.
Dr. Denise Seigart and her Public Health and Social Justice class conducted a unique experiment to see just how far the flu can spread in the span of a week through human contact. The results were shocking.
Scott Davis continues his discussion of everything from the nature of lab work to what he likes and doesn’t like about CSI New York, CSI Miami and CSI Las Vegas. This show will be of interest to anyone interested in the various facets of forensics. Listen to Podcast