From Michael Ambrosino: Science is a part of our heritage, our present culture, and a major force in determining our future. Its absence from television [in the 1970s], spoke to the ignorance of many of its gatekeepers…. Science, medicine, technology, engineering, architecture all impact our culture by determining how we live our lives!

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From Fred Barzyk: Bill insisted I try to get into the scholarship program. You studied for your graduate degree at Boston University and worked three days a week at the Educational Television station. Free tuition and you got $600 to live a year in Boston!

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From “The first 24 years: A somewhat random compendium of milestones along the way” 1836 John Lowell Jr., leaves a bequest creating free “public lectures for the benefit of the citizens of Boston.” 1946 The Lowell Institute forms a cooperative venture with six Boston colleges (spearheaded by Ralph Lowell) to broadcast educational programs on commercial…

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From QuickNooz (by permission) At this Wednesday’s Annual Meeting of the full WGBH Board of Trustees, David Ives will step down as vice chair of the Board and chairman of the Executive Committee, taking on the new title of vice chairman emeritus. “David has been a vibrant part of WGBH since 1960, and we welcome…

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195. Judy Hurley, another lottery winner. 196. Fred Barzyk and Ted Conant. 197. Frank Coakley and Maureen Fahey. 198. Paul Solman, Judy Stoia and Steve Atlas. 199. Henry Becton and Don Hallock. 200. Margaret McCleod with Steve Gilford. 201. Lisa Schwartzbaum and Chris Pullman. 202. Louise Daniels-Miller, Aida Moreno and Marilyn Greenstein. 203. David Ives,…

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