WUNH-Durham (91.3 FM): Education systems in Alaska and Japan
August 04, 2017
This program philosophically explores education systems in the United States through the professional experiences of Dr. Kathleen Norris. Dr. Norris has held positions at both the high school and college level in a variety of locations including Alaska, New Hampshire, and Japan. She has been a high school principal, guidance director, teachers, and consultant.
Philosophical Conceptions: Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
WUNH-Durham (91.3 FM): Philosophical Conceptions: Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
July 28, 2017
This program explores the conceptual philosophies interwoven into the new Doctoral program in Physical Therapy at Plymouth State University developed by Dr. Sean Collins. Dr. Collins, Director of the Doctoral Program at PSU, shares the insights that went into developing the curriculum for this program and outlines three main concepts: Causation, Adaptation, and Systems Thinking; which are central in this transformative approach to education.
Choices and Identity
WUNH-Durham (91.3 FM): Reflections on the Holocaust
July 14, 2017
This program philosophically explores the impact the choices we make have upon the identities we form. The discussion focuses in particular on the Holocaust, reflecting upon the lessons we may learn from the choices that were made during this most horrific time in history. Dr. Brandon Haas, a research expert on Holocaust education, shares insights into the impact authority, propaganda, and individual choices had upon the events that unfolded during the Holo