Wednesday, December 8 - Transportation Conference & Scott Rigell: One-on-One

Posted by: danny 12/8/2010 6:43 PM

Wednesday, December 8
Transportation Conference & Scott Rigell: One-on-One
Governor Bob McDonnell is holding a 3-day transportation conference this week in Roanoke.  First in the hour, we talk with Hampton Roads District representative Aubrey Layne, Jr. of the Commonwealth Transporation Board in Virginia.  Also joining us in the hour, with less than a month before the start of the 112th United States Congress, we're talking with Congressman-Elect Scott Rigell as he heads to Washington to represent Virginia's 2nd Congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives. Join us for the conversation at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240.

Guests:
First Half - Aubrey Layne, Jr. - Commonwealth Transporation Board - Hampton Roads District

Second Half - Congressman-Elect Scott Rigell (R- 2nd District)

Links:
http://www.scottrigell.com

http://www.ctb.virginia.gov

http://vatransconf.org

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Tuesday, December 7 - Academic Dishonesty: Cheating, Plagarism and Deception

Posted by: danny 12/7/2010 7:44 PM

Tuesday, December 7
Academic Dishonesty: Cheating, Plagarism and Deception
It's the end of the semester at most colleges, and that means final exams. As thousands of students sharpen their number 2 pencils and prepare for the tests by studying, others are working on how to buck the system by cheating. How rampant is academic dishonesty, and what students are more likely to risk cheating in order to get a better grade? Join us for as we discuss academic dishonesty on today's Hearsay.

Guests:
John Matthew Pothen - William & Mary Honor Council
Michael M. DeBowes, M.Ed.- Director, Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity
Old Dominion University

Links:
http://www.wm.edu/offices/deanofstudents/services/studentconduct/honorcode/index.php
http://orgs.odu.edu/hc/

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Monday, December 6 - From The Headlines

Posted by: danny 12/6/2010 7:33 PM

Monday, December 6
From The Headlines
What's in the news?  Join host Cathy Lewis today as we explore some of the stories making local and national headlines. Call 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240 or post your comments on our Facebook page.

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Friday, December 3

Posted by: susan 12/3/2010 6:37 PM

Psychology of Emotional Entertainment
Think about the last time you heard a song that gave you goosebumps, or that scene in that certain movie that can always make you cry. Today on HearSay, we'll discuss the psychology of emotional entertainment, and why certain films impact certain people a certain way. Also joining the conversation, Tench Phillips from the Naro Expanded Cinema in Norfolk and president of Art Repertory Films, Incorporated, and Dr. Dana Heller, Old Dominion University's Professor and Director of the Humanities Institute and Graduate Program.  

 
Guests: 
Tench Phillips - president, Art Repertory Films, Inc. & Naro Expanded Cinema
Stuart Fischoff - Media Psychology Professor Emeritus, California State University - Los Angeles
Dr. Dana Heller - Professor and Director of the Humanities Institute and Graduate Program, Old Dominion University

 

 


Links:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/stuart-fischoff-phd
http://www.narocinema.com

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Thursday, December 2 - Birth Order

Posted by: danny 12/2/2010 6:04 PM

Thursday, December 2
Birth Order: Why You Are The Way You Are
Your personality is driven by many factors from your parents to your peers. One big influence is your birth order. Whether you're the oldest, youngest, middle or only child, research shows that a person's birth order has a direct link with his or her personality. Join us on today's HearSay as we take a closer look at the research on how birth order - or ordinal position - plays in your personality.


Guests:
Burt Segal, LCSW
Dr. Kevin Leman, Author of "The Birth Order Book"
Daphne Uviller, Author of “Only Child: Writers on the Singular Joys and Solitary Sorrows of Growing Up Solo”

Links:
http://www.bebetterparents.com/
http://www.drleman.com/store/index.php
http://www.daphneuviller.com/
http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/family/birthorder/index.html

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Wednesday, December 1

Posted by: whroadmin 12/1/2010 10:52 PM

Sea Level Rise: Blue Planet Forum -Exclusive Preview
If sea levels rise rapidly during the 21st century, as many scientists believe will happen, Old Dominion University would be among only a handful of large, research universities in the United States to face the threat of saltwater intrusions onto its lawns and into its campus structures. That's the topic being addressed at the Blue Planet Forum at ODU tomorrow night. Today on HearSay, we'll get an exclusive preview of the discussion. Tune in and hear why you will be wondering about rising sea levels and how you could be affected.


Guests:
ADM David Titley - Oceanographer and Navigator of the Navy and Commander of Task Force on Climate Change
Dr. Larry Atkinson - Oceanography Professor and Eminent Scholar
Del. Joe Bouchard (D-83rd District) - Virginia House of Delegates
Skip Stiles - Executive Director, Wetlands Watch


Links:
http://www.odu.edu/ao/news/index.php?todo=details&id=25006
http://www.cbf.org/Page.aspx?pid=195&cgid=1&ceid=426&cerid=0&cdt=12%2f2%2f2010
http://www.wetlandswatch.org/

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