Alexander Eaton | Clinton School Presents

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Interview with Alex Eaton, director and technician for Sistema Biobolsa, for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue with the distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Alex Eaton, director and technician for Sistema Biobolsa. He has evaluated, developed, and managed small scale and industrial anaerobic digestion systems in Asia, Latin America, and the US. Recent clients include the US EPA, USAID, PA Consulting, various Mexican government offices, and international carbon offset firms. As the Executive Director of the International Renewable Resources Institute, Alex has developed and managed carbon offset and renewable energy projects across Latin America, including projects that have been commercialized under the Kyoto Protocol.

Ambassador Jonathan Addleton | Clinton School Presents

Jonathan Addleton

Interview with Ambassador Jonathan Addleton, a five time USAID mission director, for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Ambassador Jonathan Addleton, a five time USAID mission director. He also served as US Ambassador to Mongolia, USAID Representative to the European Union and the US Senior Civilian Representative to Afghanistan. His book, “The Dust of Kandahar: A Diplomat Among Warriors in Afghanistan” provides a personal account of one diplomat’s year of service in America’s longest war. 

Alan Abramowitz | Clinton School Presents

Alan Abramowitz

Interview with Alan Abramowitz, Professor of political science at Emory University, for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Alan Abramowitz, Professor of political science at Emory University. He has authored or co-authored six books, dozens of contributions to edited volumes, and wrote more than 50 articles in political journals dealing with political parties, elections, and voting behaviour in the United States. He is one of the nation’s leading election forecasters. His “Time for Change” model correctly predicted the popular vote winner in every presidential election between 1988 and 2012. His next book is “The Great Alignment: Race, Ideology, and Transformation of the American Party System”.
 

Lucie Amundsen | Clinton School Presents

Lucie Amundsen

Interview with Lucie Amundsen, co-founder and marketing chick for Locally Laid Egg Company, for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Lucie Amundsen, co-founder and marketing chick for Locally Laid Egg Company. She is also the author of “Locally Laid: How We Built a Plucky, Industry-Changing Egg Farm From Scratch”, which tells the story of how a midwestern family with no agricultural experience, turned a few backyard chickens to a full fledged farm

Devery Anderson | Clinton School Presents

Devery Anderson

Interview with Devery Anderson, for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Devery Anderson, author of “Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement,” which offers a comprehensive account of the 1955 murder of Emmett Till and its aftermath, while also telling the story of the 14 year-old African American boy from Chicago.

Brad Austin | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Brad Austin for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Brad Austin, professor of history at Salem State University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in modern American history, sports history, and history education, and has served as the chairperson of the American Historical Association’s Teaching Prize Committee. In his new book “Democratic Sports: Men’s and Women’s College Athletics during the Great Depression,” Austin explores the funding cuts that America public universities suffered while they were also responsible for educating an increasing number of students.

Sasha Abramsky | Clinton School Presents

Sasha Abramsky

Interview with Sasha Abramsky for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Sasha Abramsky, author of the new book, “The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives,” focuses on the poverty epidemic raging across America and attempts to capture the personal faces and stories of those poverty affects most adversely.

Tom Allen | Clinton School Presents

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Interview with Tom Allen for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Tom Allen, former congressman from Maine and author of the book “Dangerous Convictions: What’s Really Wrong with Congress.” Combining his personal insights from 12 years In Congress with recent studies of how human beings form their political and religious views, Allen explains why we must escape the grip of our competing world views to enable Congress to work productively on our 21st century challenges.

Imran Ahmad | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Imran Ahmad for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Imran Ahmad, author of “The Perfect Gentleman: A Muslim Boy meets the West," which details how the tragedy of 9/11 affected his life as a Muslim in Western society.