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This edition: Season Two, #12

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Episode Details

Original tape date: February 28, 2003.

On this edition of Study with the Best, we’ll visit a young Chinese immigrant, Wei Huang, who went from the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music to centerstage on Broadway in Baz Luhrmann’s La Bohème; Cynthia Talbert, a Bronx Community College grad and Jack Kent Cooke Scholar talks about her academic path and plans to apply that knowledge back home. Juliana Maantay, a Lehman College professor, hopes her research will help asthma sufferers breathe a little easier. Josh Brown is one of the authors of “Who Built America?” an electronic history book by the American Social History Project.

Guest List

Josh Brown American Social History Project, The Graduate Center/CUNY

Chanc. Matthew Goldstein Chancellor, City University of New York/CUNY

Wei Huang Alumna, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Zyphus Lebrun Host; Producer, Study With the Best; Independent Sources

Juliana Maantay Geology and Geography, Lehman College/CUNY

Cynthia Talbert Jack Kent Cooke Scholar, Baruch College/CUNY

Dr. Kathleen Williams Professor, History Department, Bronx Community College/CUNY

Prof. William Woodruff Voice Teacher, Brooklyn College/CUNY

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