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The Importance of STEM Education  January 29, 2014

As part of KERA’s American Graduate initiative, we’ll talk this hour about teaching students science, technology, engineering and math with a panel of experts in town today for Microsoft YouthSpark Connections.

Truth Be Told  January 29, 2014

We’ll talk this hour about the slippery slope that secrets create with Jane Isay, author of Secrets and Lies: Surviving the Truths That Change Our Lives.

Ask Amy  January 28, 2014

We’ll talk this hour to best-selling author Amy Tan about her new novel, The Valley of Amazement.

A Mind, Made Up  January 28, 2014
Human brain

As part of KERA’s Breakthroughs initiative, we’ll talk this hour about how we may be predisposed to certain belief systems and methods of decision-making with neuroscientist D.F. Swaab, author of We Are Our Brains: A Neurobiography of the Brain, from the Womb to Alzheimer’s.

The Trials Of Law School  January 27, 2014

Earning a law degree isn’t the ticket to wealth that it once was. In fact, many newly minted lawyers have trouble even finding work.

Standing Out From The Crowd  January 27, 2014

We’ll talk this hour about how to make an impression with Susan RoAne, author of How to Work a Room: The Ultimate Guide to Making Lasting Connections – In Person and Online.

On Dying in Prison  January 23, 2014

David R. Dow, a leading anti-death penalty crusader who founded the Texas Innocence Network, explains how he arrived at his beliefs in a new memoir.

The Streets On The Stage  January 23, 2014

The tragedy of Oedpus has taken many forms since Sophocles’ day – one is set in the barrios of Los Angeles in the play ‘Oedipus El Rey.’

History Through Humor  January 22, 2014

P.J. O’Rourke has been making us laugh through his writing for 50 years. And as a proud Baby Boomer, he’s got plenty of wry insights to make about his generation.

Learning How to Live Longer  January 22, 2014

As humans, we can reliably live about 70 years, give or take. So what are some tortoises doing that allows them to live twice as long?

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