I spent two days on the Harvard campus with Dr. Wilson in the year 2000 as preparation for a smaller documentary about his life and work. At the time, I was Director of the Center for Public Television & Radio at the University of Alabama, where E.O. Wilson received his undergraduate and Master’s degree.
Nonprofits like WOSU Public Media are always looking ahead. What are the new opportunities that might best serve our community? I want to spend just a moment looking back.
Over the past ten months, we’ve been reviewing the organization’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan. It’s critical in these rapidly changing times to refocus our limited resources on how we, as a nonprofit public media organization, can best serve you.
From the time of its birth, the baby boomer generation (1946-1964) has significantly and uniquely changed our world. 2014 marks an important shift in American culture, as the last boomers turn 50.
Next Avenue, the national PBS website, supported by a grant from The SCAN Foundation, has launched a special series to cover topics central to maintaining independence and choice as we age. We want to understand what would improve life for many of us as we grow older.
That’s where you come in.
WOSU 89.7 NPR News reporter Mandie Trimble recently tackled the shocking story of Ohio and Franklin County’s high infant mortality rate. Rates are highest among the most vulnerable neighborhoods in central Ohio and the racial disparity is growing.