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Archive for December 7th, 2007

An Hour with Gordon

Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee will be a guest on WOSU 820 AM’s Open Line on Wednesday, December 12, 2007. President Gee will appear during the 10am to 11am hour and discuss education in America and goals for The Ohio State University. This will be President Gee’s first Open Line appearance since becoming the 14th president of The Ohio State University. The 11am to noon hour will feature a panel of Central Ohio school teachers discussing education and the art of teaching. Panelists will include 2005 Central Ohio High School Chemistry Teacher of the Year David Fawcett and 2005 Ohio Teacher of the Year Deepa Ganschinietz. During both hours, listeners will have an opportunity to question the guests.

The public is invited to be a part of this special live broadcast at WOSU@COSI by being members of a studio audience. There is no charge to attend, but seating is limited. Those interested in reserving a seat may contact WOSU Public Media at (614) 292-9678. This program will be videotaped for later broadcast on WOSU TV.

Individuals with specific questions they’d like to ask President E. Gordon Gee will have an opportunity to ask those questions at www.youtube.com/group/WOSUask between now and December 11. Some of the questions will then be chosen and posed to him during the 10am hour of Open Line on December 12.

Open Line is a live, call-in public affairs talk show hosted by Fred Andrle. Programs feature national and local leaders/experts with topics ranging from politics to the media, globalization to the environment, health care to the economy, and popular culture to religion. Open Line is also available via a live stream at www.wosu.org. Links to a podcast and archived shows are also available at www.wosu.org/radio/radio-open-line. Open Line airs Monday through Friday from 10am to noon on WOSU 820 AM.

WOSU Public Media is community-supported, nonprofit, noncommercial public radio and television stations licensed to The Ohio State University. For more information, visit wosu.org.

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