Brenau Professor and Student Talk Women’s College on Atlanta Radio

From the top right, Brenau senior Bethany Green and biology professor Jessi Shrout appear March 24 on NPR affiliate program celebrating Georgia's women's colleges.

From the top right, Brenau senior Bethany Green and biology professor Jessi Shrout appear March 24 on NPR affiliate program celebrating Georgia's women's colleges.

Biology professor Jessi Shrout and senior health science major Bethany Green appeared March 24 on the Atlanta radio program “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress” on WABE 90.1, the Atlanta affiliate of National Public Radio.

After WABE 'Closer Look' program in Atlanta, co-host Jim Burress, Brenau student Bethany Green, co-host Rose Scott and Brenau professor Jessi Shrout.
After WABE ‘Closer Look’ program in Atlanta, co-host Jim Burress, Brenau student Bethany Green, co-host Rose Scott and Brenau professor Jessi Shrout.

The program focused on the four women’s colleges in Georgia by featuring a current student and a faculty member, who also happens to be an alum, from each school.

Representatives from Agnes Scott, Spelman and Wesleyan were also part of the interview.

You can listen to the the archived program now. It is available online at http://player.wabe.org/wabe_simulcast.html . It will also be archived at http://news.wabe.org/programs/closer-look-rose-scott-and-jim-burress.

National TV Program – on Campus Monday – Wants to Hear From You

On Monday, March 13, between 12:30 and 2 p.m., a crew from the nationally syndicated television program Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson will be in Yonah lobby on the Gainesville campus to interview students, faculty and staff about what’s on their minds – particularly in regard to women’s issues.

Lisa Fletcher and her colleagues will collect student, faculty and staff views on women’s issues for the ‘Pulse’ section of the program
Lisa Fletcher and her colleagues will collect student, faculty and staff views on women’s issues for the ‘Pulse’ section of the program

The interviews will be used for the “Pulse” segment of the program, which airs on about 170 television stations around the United States every Sunday morning and online.

Correspondent Lisa Fletcher, who will interview Women’s College Dean Debra Dobkins, producer Lauren Selsky and videographer Bryan Barr will be looking for a broad cross section of people to talk to for the program. So, stop by for a chat and tell all your friends to stop by as well.