Dr. Andre Korobkov discusses with host journalist Gina Logue the different possible states of Russian-American relations after the election of a new United States President of the in 2016.
Journalist Gina Logue and Dr. Mary Evins talk about Dr. Evins' work on Religious Plurality. Using a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Dr. Evins has embarking on a 20 month program to bring knowledge of differing religious disciplines and traditions to students in Middle Tennessee to foster understanding and educate about religious plurality, freedom of religion in the United States and the concept of separation of church and state.
Physicist Daniel Erenso talks with journalist Gina Logue about his, and his undergraduate students', research into Sickle Cell Anemia by exploring the manipulation of living hemoglobin cells using "Laser Tweezers". One of the only programs in the nation where undergrads can co-author peer reviewed scientific papers before entering graduate school, the experimental research is producing ground breaking work in understanding the components and manipulation of living cells. Watch a cell explode like a miniature firework display in real time.
Journalist Gina Logue and Dr. Amy Kaufman discuss Dr. Kaufman's new book "Dark Revival: ISIS Propaganda and the New Middle Ages" and how young men are drawn to the radical movement by their romanticized modern vision of a medieval world that never actually existed.