CNN reporter Frank Sesno will host PBS's Planet Forward on April 15th. The program asks for written and video commentaries making a case for how the United States should deal with its current and future energy challenges. Then these submissions will be aired and a panel of scientists, policymakers, and business leaders will debate the issues they raise. Broadcast times vary, check your local listings.
Anderson Cooper will speak at Elon University on April 7th, where he will conduct a question-and-answer discussion with students at 2pm and deliver a special lecture at 4pm in the Koury Center’s Alumni Gym. Elon is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Cooper is also speaking at the University of Delaware campus Wednesday, April 15th at 8:30 p.m. in the Bob Carpenter Center. Tickets will go on sale Tuesday at UD box offices and via Ticketmaster. Cost per ticket is $5 for students, $10 for faculty and staff, and $25 for the public
In the 'better late than never' category:
Suzanne Malveaux emceed the National Medical Association’s 2nd Annual Global Health Gala Awards Dinner honoring the William J. Clinton Foundation on Tuesday, March 24th at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
On March 23rd O'Brien spoke at NYU in Kimmel concerning women and diversity issues, as part of the Women as Changemakers series spurred on by Women’s History Month. To read more follow the link.
And I'll leave you with an audio clip from National Public Radio's 'Wait Wait Don't Tell Me'. In each episode they play this bluff the listener game where the three panelists tell the caller a crazy story from the news, only one of which is true, and the caller has to decide which is the real one. For the 3/7 pod-cast one of the made up stories was about the Situation Room and Julie made a clip for our enjoyment.
That's it for another week, have a good one. ~Phebe