The fourth episode of Public Occurrences is the second part of an interview on the Arab Spring in Egypt and the Middle East with Dalia Nowar and Wesam Elshamy, two Egyptian doctoral students who attend Kansas State University.
The third episode of Public Occurrences is the first part of an interview on post-Mubarak Egypt with Dalia Nowar and Wesam Elshamy, two Egyptian doctoral students who attend Kansas State University.
The second episode of Public Occurrences features an interview with Jordan Sterling on his opposition to proposed state legislation that would repeal the additions of “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” from city non-discrimination policies. Jordan was a member of the K-State Student Governing Association at the time the interview was recorded.
This episode also features a story about a lawsuit against the company Goldline.
Below is the first episode of Public Occurrences. It contains an interview with Stephanie Pearson, a doctoral student in Education at Kansas State University, on her humanitarian work in Southern Sudan. It also contains a story on reasarch conducted by Ayomi Perera, a doctoral student in Chemsitry at Kansas State University, that has produced the first solar cell with a biodegradable component.